2nd Test, Cape Town, April 01 - 04, 1899, England tour of South Africa
92 & 330
(T:246) 177 & 35

England won by 210 runs

England 1st INNINGS 
Frank Mitchell c Rowe b Middleton18---0-
Pelham Warner c †Halliwell b Sinclair31---0-
Johnny Tyldesley  b Sinclair13---0-
Clem Wilson not out 10---0-
Willis Cuttell  b Sinclair7---0-
Albert Trott c Powell b Sinclair1--00-
Schofield Haigh c †Halliwell b Middleton0--00-
Frank Milligan  b Sinclair1--00-
Jack Board  b Sinclair0--00-
Alfred Archer c Powell b Middleton7---0-
Lord Hawke (c) b Middleton1--00-
Extras(lb 3)3
TOTAL48 Ov (RR: 1.91)92
Fall of wickets: 1-36 (Frank Mitchell), 2-61 (Pelham Warner), 3-62 (Johnny Tyldesley), 4-70 (Willis Cuttell), 5-72 (Albert Trott), 6-74 (Schofield Haigh), 7-81 (Frank Milligan), 8-81 (Jack Board), 9-90 (Alfred Archer), 10-92 (Lord Hawke)
Robert Graham502606.24---00
George Rowe1241901.90---00
Bonnor Middleton1991841.13---00
Jimmy Sinclair1242662.60---00
South Africa 1st INNINGS 
William Shalders  b Haigh9---0-
Howard Francis  b Trott1--00-
Murray Bisset (c) b Haigh15---0-
Jimmy Sinclair c Tyldesley b Trott106--90-
Albert Powell c Haigh b Trott5---0-
Barberton Halliwell st †Board b Haigh0--00-
Frederick Kuys  b Cuttell26---0-
Charles Prince run out 5---0-
Robert Graham  b Trott0--00-
Bonnor Middleton run out 3--00-
George Rowe not out 1--00-
Extras(b 4, nb 1, w 1)6
TOTAL57.2 Ov (RR: 3.08)177
Fall of wickets: 1-1 (Howard Francis), 2-27 (William Shalders), 3-34 (Murray Bisset), 4-60 (Albert Powell), 5-61 (Barberton Halliwell), 6-110 (Frederick Kuys), 7-115 (Charles Prince), 8-127 (Robert Graham), 9-173 (Bonnor Middleton), 10-177 (Jimmy Sinclair)
Albert Trott20.256944.05---00
Schofield Haigh2748833.91---00
Willis Cuttell831412.10---00
Frank Milligan22000.00---00
England 2nd INNINGS 
Frank Mitchell lbw b Rowe41---0-
Pelham Warner  b Rowe23---0-
Johnny Tyldesley c Shalders b Kuys112---0-
Clem Wilson  b Powell6---0-
Willis Cuttell  b Kuys18---0-
Albert Trott  b Rowe16---0-
Schofield Haigh c Francis b Sinclair25---0-
Frank Milligan  b Sinclair38---0-
Jack Board  b Graham6---0-
Alfred Archer not out 24---0-
Lord Hawke (c)c & b Sinclair3--00-
Extras(b 6, lb 10, nb 1, w 1)18
TOTAL132.2 Ov (RR: 2.49)330
Fall of wickets: 1-63 (Pelham Warner), 2-68 (Frank Mitchell), 3-96 (Clem Wilson), 4-146 (Willis Cuttell), 5-178 (Albert Trott), 6-234 (Schofield Haigh), 7-281 (Johnny Tyldesley), 8-288 (Jack Board), 9-322 (Frank Milligan), 10-330 (Lord Hawke)
Robert Graham1644113.07---00
George Rowe4189332.72---00
Bonnor Middleton2877403.17---00
Jimmy Sinclair31.286332.40---00
Albert Powell411013.00---00
Frederick Kuys1243123.10---00
South Africa 2nd INNINGS (Target: 246 runs)
William Shalders lbw b Haigh8---0-
Albert Powell  b Haigh11---0-
Murray Bisset (c) b Trott1--00-
Jimmy Sinclair c Milligan b Haigh4---0-
Howard Francis c Haigh b Trott2--00-
Frederick Kuys  b Trott0--00-
Barberton Halliwell  b Haigh1--00-
Charles Prince  b Haigh1--00-
Robert Graham  b Trott2--00-
Bonnor Middleton not out 0--00-
George Rowe c Mitchell b Haigh0--00-
Extras(b 5)5
TOTAL22.4 Ov (RR: 1.53)35
Fall of wickets: 1-18 (William Shalders), 2-21 (Albert Powell), 3-21 (Murray Bisset), 4-27 (Howard Francis), 5-27 (Jimmy Sinclair), 6-28 (Frederick Kuys), 7-28 (Barberton Halliwell), 8-31 (Charles Prince), 9-35 (Robert Graham), 10-35 (George Rowe)
Schofield Haigh11.461161.11---00
Albert Trott1151942.07---00
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TossEngland, elected to bat first
Series resultEngland won the 2-match series 2-0
Match numberTest no. 59
Match daysday (3-day match)
Test debut
Albert Powell
Albert Powell
Alfred Archer
Alfred Archer
Charles Prince
Charles Prince
Frederick Kuys
Frederick Kuys
William Shalders
William Shalders
Archibald White
South Africa
Frank Hearne
Balls per over5
Sat, 01 Apr - day 1 - South Africa 1st innings 126/7 (Jimmy Sinclair 59*, Robert Graham 0*)
Sun, 02 Apr - rest day
Mon, 03 Apr - day 2 - England 2nd innings 221/5 (Johnny Tyldesley 87*, Schofield Haigh 17*)
Tue, 04 Apr - day 3 - South Africa 2nd innings 35 (22.4 ov) - end of match
  • Sinclair, having scored South Africa's first Test fifty in the previous match, hit his country's first Test hundred - his first in first-class cricket. He also became the first player to score a century and take six wickets in the first innings of the same Test.
  • South Africa's second innings lasted only 114 balls.
South Africa Innings
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