2nd Test, Kingston, February 08 - 14, 1968, England tour of West Indies
(T:159) 376 & 68/8
(f/o) 143 & 391/9d

Match drawn

England 1st INNINGS 
Geoff Boycott  b Hall17-9920-
John Edrich c Kanhai b Sobers96-255140-
Colin Cowdrey (c)c †Murray b Gibbs101-345120-
Ken Barrington c & b Holford63-22860-
Tom Graveney  b Hall30-10640-
Jim Parks c Sobers b Holford3-1500-
Basil D'Oliveira st †Murray b Holford0-700-
Fred Titmus lbw b Hall19-3440-
David Brown c †Murray b Hall14-3720-
John Snow  b Griffith10-3500-
Jeff Jones not out 0-300-
Extras(b 12, lb 7, nb 4)23
TOTAL169.2 Ov (RR: 2.22)376
Fall of wickets: 1-49 (Geoff Boycott), 2-178 (John Edrich), 3-279 (Colin Cowdrey), 4-310 (Ken Barrington), 5-318 (Jim Parks), 6-318 (Basil D'Oliveira), 7-351 (Fred Titmus), 8-352 (Tom Graveney), 9-376 (David Brown), 10-376 (John Snow)
Wes Hall2756342.33---00
Charlie Griffith31.277212.29---00
Garry Sobers31115611.80---00
Lance Gibbs47189111.93---00
David Holford33107132.15---00
West Indies 1st INNINGS 
Steve Camacho  b Snow5-1710-
Deryck Murray c D'Oliveira b Brown0-1400-
Rohan Kanhai c Graveney b Snow26-14810-
Seymour Nurse  b Jones22-8820-
Clive Lloyd not out 34-12520-
Garry Sobers (c)lbw b Snow011000.00
Basil Butcher c †Parks b Snow21-3340-
David Holford c †Parks b Snow6-810-
Charlie Griffith c D'Oliveira b Snow8-1620-
Wes Hall  b Snow0-100-
Lance Gibbs c †Parks b Jones0-900-
Extras(b 12, lb 5, nb 3, w 1)21
TOTAL48.1 Ov (RR: 2.96)143
Fall of wickets: 1-5 (Deryck Murray), 2-5 (Steve Camacho), 3-51 (Seymour Nurse), 4-80 (Rohan Kanhai), 5-80 (Garry Sobers), 6-120 (Basil Butcher), 7-126 (David Holford), 8-142 (Charlie Griffith), 9-142 (Wes Hall), 10-143 (Lance Gibbs)
David Brown1313412.61---00
John Snow2174972.33---00
Jeff Jones14.143922.75---00
Steve Camacho  b D'Oliveira25-18530-
Seymour Nurse  b Snow73-159120-
Rohan Kanhai c Edrich b Jones36-7240-
Basil Butcher c †Parks b D'Oliveira25-11340-
Clive Lloyd  b Brown7-2410-
Garry Sobers (c)not out 113-357141-
David Holford lbw b Titmus35-19030-
Deryck Murray lbw b Brown14-3030-
Charlie Griffith lbw b Jones14-7610-
Wes Hall c †Parks b Jones011000.00
Lance Gibbs not out 1-1100-
Extras(b 33, lb 10, nb 5)48
TOTAL135 Ov (RR: 2.89)391/9d
Fall of wickets: 1-102 (Seymour Nurse), 2-122 (Steve Camacho), 3-164 (Rohan Kanhai), 4-174 (Clive Lloyd), 5-204 (Basil Butcher), 6-314 (David Holford), 7-351 (Deryck Murray), 8-388 (Charlie Griffith), 9-388 (Wes Hall)
David Brown3396521.96---00
John Snow2749113.37---00
Jeff Jones3049033.00---00
Basil D'Oliveira32125121.59---00
Fred Titmus723214.57---00
Ken Barrington611402.33---00
England 2nd INNINGS (Target: 159 runs)
Geoff Boycott  b Sobers041000.00
John Edrich  b Hall6-3810-
Colin Cowdrey (c)lbw b Sobers021000.00
Ken Barrington lbw b Griffith13-2520-
Tom Graveney c Griffith b Gibbs21-5720-
Jim Parks lbw b Gibbs3-3200-
Basil D'Oliveira not out 13-4120-
Fred Titmus c Camacho b Gibbs4-910-
David Brown  b Sobers0-1200-
Extras(b 8)8
TOTAL38.5 Ov (RR: 1.75)68/8
Did not bat: John Snow, Jeff Jones 
Fall of wickets: 1-0 (Geoff Boycott), 2-0 (Colin Cowdrey), 3-19 (Ken Barrington), 4-19 (John Edrich), 5-38 (Jim Parks), 6-51 (Tom Graveney), 7-61 (Fred Titmus), 8-68 (David Brown)
Wes Hall32311.00---00
Charlie Griffith521312.60---00
Garry Sobers16.573331.96---00
Lance Gibbs14111130.78---00
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Sabina Park, Kingston, Jamaica
TossEngland, elected to bat first
Series result5-match series level 0-0
Match numberTest no. 629
Match daysday (5-day match)
West Indies
Cortez Jordan
West Indies
Douglas Sang Hue
Thu, 08 Feb - day 1 - England 1st innings 222/2 (Colin Cowdrey 69*, Ken Barrington 24*)
Fri, 09 Feb - day 2 - West Indies 1st innings 27/2 (Rohan Kanhai 5*, Seymour Nurse 11*)
Sat, 10 Feb - day 3 - West Indies 2nd innings 81/0 (Steve Camacho 19*, Seymour Nurse 56*)
Sun, 11 Feb - rest day
Mon, 12 Feb - day 4 - West Indies 2nd innings 258/5 (Garry Sobers 48*, David Holford 14*)
Tue, 13 Feb - day 5 - England 2nd innings 19/4 (Tom Graveney 0*, Jim Parks 0*)
Wed, 14 Feb - day 6 - England 2nd innings 68/8 (38.5 ov) - end of match
  • Match extended by 1 day (75 minutes only on the 6th day to make up for the lost time due to rioting on the 4th day)
England Innings
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