The Oval, Aug 19 - 22 1912, Triangular Tournament
245 & 175
(target 310)111 & 65
England won by 244 runs
England 1st INNINGS
Jack Hobbs c †Carkeek b Macartney66-11040-
Wilfred Rhodes  b Minnett49-18030-
Reggie Spooner c Hazlitt b Macartney1--00-
C.B. Fry (c)c Kelleway b Whitty5-40-0-
Frank Woolley lbw b Minnett62-120110-
'Young Jack' Hearne c Jennings b Whitty1--00-
Johnny Douglas lbw b Whitty18-50-0-
Frank Foster  b Minnett19---0-
Tiger Smith  b Whitty4---0-
Sydney Barnes c Jennings b Minnett7---0-
Harry Dean not out 0--00-
Extras(b 2, lb 10, nb 1)13
TOTAL(114.1 Ov, RR: 2.14)245
Fall of wickets: 1-107 (Jack Hobbs), 2-109 (Reggie Spooner), 3-127 (C.B. Fry), 4-131 (Wilfred Rhodes), 5-144 ('Young Jack' Hearne), 6-180 (Johnny Douglas), 7-216 (Frank Foster), 8-233 (Frank Woolley), 9-239 (Tiger Smith), 10-245 (Sydney Barnes)
Bill Whitty38126941.81---00
Jimmy Matthews1454303.07---00
Gerry Hazlitt26104801.84---00
Charles Macartney1962221.15---00
Roy Minnett10.133443.34---00
Charles Kelleway721602.28---00
Australia 1st INNINGS
Syd Gregory (c)c Rhodes b Barnes1--00-
Charles Kelleway lbw b Woolley43---0-
Charles Macartney  b Barnes4---0-
Warren Bardsley  b Barnes30---0-
Claude Jennings c & b Woolley0--00-
Roy Minnett c Rhodes b Woolley0--00-
Dave Smith c †Smith b Woolley6---0-
Jimmy Matthews c Fry b Barnes2--00-
Bill Whitty c Foster b Barnes0--00-
Gerry Hazlitt not out 2--00-
Barlow Carkeek c Barnes b Woolley5---0-
Extras(b 12, lb 6)18
TOTAL(54.4 Ov, RR: 2.03)111
Fall of wickets: 1-9 (Syd Gregory), 2-19 (Charles Macartney), 3-90 (Charles Kelleway), 4-90 (Claude Jennings), 5-92 (Roy Minnett), 6-96 (Warren Bardsley), 7-104 (Dave Smith), 8-104 (Jimmy Matthews), 9-104 (Bill Whitty), 10-111 (Barlow Carkeek)
Sydney Barnes27153051.11---00
Harry Dean1672901.81---00
Frank Foster20502.50---00
Frank Woolley9.432953.00---00
England 2nd INNINGS
Jack Hobbs c Matthews b Whitty32---1-
Wilfred Rhodes  b Whitty4---0-
Reggie Spooner c Jennings b Whitty0--00-
C.B. Fry (c)c Jennings b Hazlitt79-220-0-
Frank Woolley  b Hazlitt4---0-
'Young Jack' Hearne c Matthews b Hazlitt14---0-
Johnny Douglas lbw b Hazlitt24---0-
Frank Foster not out 3--00-
Tiger Smith  b Hazlitt0--00-
Sydney Barnes c Whitty b Hazlitt0--00-
Harry Dean  b Hazlitt0--00-
Extras(b 14, nb 1)15
TOTAL(86.4 Ov, RR: 2.01)175
Fall of wickets: 1-7 (Wilfred Rhodes), 2-7 (Reggie Spooner), 3-51 (Jack Hobbs), 4-56 (Frank Woolley), 5-91 ('Young Jack' Hearne), 6-170 (C.B. Fry), 7-171 (Johnny Douglas), 8-171 (Tiger Smith), 9-175 (Sydney Barnes), 10-175 (Harry Dean)
Bill Whitty33137132.15---00
Jimmy Matthews1032102.10---00
Gerry Hazlitt21.482571.15---00
Charles Macartney2254301.95---00
Australia 2nd INNINGS (target: 310 runs)
Claude Jennings c Fry b Woolley14---0-
Charles Kelleway c Douglas b Dean0--00-
Charles Macartney  b Dean30---0-
Warren Bardsley run out 0--00-
Syd Gregory (c)c Douglas b Dean1--00-
Roy Minnett lbw b Woolley4---0-
Dave Smith c Douglas b Dean0--00-
Jimmy Matthews c & b Woolley1--00-
Bill Whitty  b Woolley3--00-
Gerry Hazlitt c Dean b Woolley5---0-
Barlow Carkeek not out 0--00-
Extras(b 1, lb 5, w 1)7
TOTAL(22.4 Ov, RR: 2.86)65
Fall of wickets: 1-0 (Charles Kelleway), 2-46 (Claude Jennings), 3-46 (Charles Macartney), 4-47 (Warren Bardsley), 5-51 (Syd Gregory), 6-51 (Roy Minnett), 7-51 (Dave Smith), 8-54 (Bill Whitty), 9-65 (Gerry Hazlitt), 10-65 (Jimmy Matthews)
Sydney Barnes411804.50---00
Harry Dean921942.11---00
Frank Woolley7.412052.60---00
Wilfred Rhodes21100.50---00
Kennington Oval, London
TossEngland, elected to bat first
SeriesTriangular TournamentAustralia tour of England
Series resultEngland won the 1912 Triangular Tournament
Match numberTest no. 129
Match daysday (0-day match)
England Image
Alfred Street
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John Moss
PointsEngland 1, Australia 0
Mon, 19 Aug - day 1 - England 1st innings 233/8 (Tiger Smith 0*)
Tue, 20 Aug - day 2 - Australia 1st innings 51/2 (Charles Kelleway 26*, Warren Bardsley 10*)
Wed, 21 Aug - day 3 - England 2nd innings 64/4 (C.B. Fry 17*, 'Young Jack' Hearne 2*)
Thu, 22 Aug - day 4 - Australia 2nd innings 65 (22.4 ov) - end of match
  • Wisden 1913 states "As no decision had been made prior to the tournament on how the winner would be decided, it was agreed that the final match would be played to a finish even if it takes a week."