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Old August 27, 2011, 07:19 AM
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The Ashes - 3rd Test
England v Australia
Match drawn
Test no. 62 | 1899 season
Played at Headingley, Leeds
29,30 June, 1 July 1899 (3-day match)

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  • Briggs suffered a violent fit on the first night of this first Test in Yorkshire, was detained in Cheadle Asylum and played no further cricket until the next season.
  • Hearne did the hat-trick in the second innings when he dismissed Hill, Gregory and Noble for 'ducks'.
  • England required a further 158 runs for victory when rain caused the final day's play to be abandoned.


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...The sensation of the match came when the Australians went in for the second time. Worrall and Darling opened the innings in such style that 34 runs were scored in twenty minutes. Then, however, there came an astounding collapse. Worrall, at 34, was well caught in the deep field and in the following over J. T. Hearne did the hat trick. With the third ball be bowled Clement Hill; from the fourth Gregory was caught at extra slip, and from the fifth, amid indescribable excitement, Noble was caught at slip by Ranjitsinhji....
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Old August 27, 2011, 07:22 AM
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The Ashes - 4th Test
England v Australia
Match drawn
Test no. 63 | 1899 season
Played at Old Trafford, Manchester
17,18,19 July 1899 (3-day match)

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  • Australia led the 5-match series 1-0
  • Hayward made 130


Tom Hayward

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...Born at Cambridge on March 29, 1871, he belonged to a family which lived for many generations at Mitcham; both his father and grandfather appeared in the Surrey XI. Like his famous uncle he played in beautiful style. Using a straight bat he possessed all the qualities essential for success at the wicket -- unlimited patience, admirable judgment, watchfulness and strong defence. While he scored all round the wicket, his chief strokes were the cut and the off-drive. It may be questioned whether anyone ever surpassed him in making the off-drive, the stroke being executed delightfully and so admirably timed that the ball was rarely lifted. Of good height and build Hayward had remarkable powers of endurance. He first appeared for Surrey in a county match in 1893 and in 1898 played his greatest innings -- 315 not out against Lancashire at The Oval....
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....Hayward was the first batsman after W. G. Grace to complete 100 centuries, and altogether he reached three figures on 104 occasions, 58 times at The Oval and 88 for Surrey....
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Old August 27, 2011, 07:35 AM
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The Ashes - 5th Test
England v Australia
Match drawn
Test no. 64 | 1899 season
Played at Kennington Oval, London
14,15,16 August 1899 (3-day match)

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  • Hayward shone again with 137
  • Australia followed-on
  • Lockwood took 7 against Australia
William Henry Lockwood



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...Among his many triumphs was one for the Players against the Gentlemen at Lord's in 1902, when in addition to taking nine wickets for less than twelve runs apiece, he put together an innings of 100.
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Old August 27, 2011, 07:37 AM
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And that concludes our cricket history for 1800s.
For turn of the century matches, stay tuned tomorrow folks.
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Old August 27, 2011, 09:02 AM
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man if only u had put half an effort like this u would have had a dozen gfs by now!...anyway nice job as always nerd mia...great to know some history
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Old August 27, 2011, 12:56 PM
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ashraf baboo how iz that an on topic post....now that you have destroyed the rhythm...i have to recalcuate #of posts to #matches correspondence
and i hope it's not hard to get in your cranial matters that nothing prevents others to contribute....or stray away..

and what i have better to do or not is none of you biz...
ahh oops sorry about that boss :P Yeah you are right its none of my business what you do with your time, lol And I would never post if I knew it would destroy your rhythm, honestly

Ahemm, sorry for destroying your rhythm, again...
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Old August 28, 2011, 07:24 AM
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Jotil initiative .. Porte Bhalo e Lage

Thanks for 19th century matches, waiting for 20th century ...
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Old August 28, 2011, 03:10 PM
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heheheh your beloved Gopalda is back again...@ 65 not out...

The Ashes - 1st Test
Australia v England
England won by an innings and 124 runs
Test no. 65 | 1901/02 season
Played at Sydney Cricket Ground
13,14,16 December 1901 (timeless match)

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Played at Sydney, Friday, Saturday, Monday, December 13, 14, 16.- The first Test match proved to be, from the English point of view, the event of the tour, MacLaren's team gaining a glorious and altogether unexpected victory by an innings and 124 runs. On winning the toss MacLaren went in himself with Hayward as a partner, and by dint of very good but unwontedly steady cricket the two batsmen scored 154 for the first wicket. This splendid start, however, was not by any means well followed up, and at the close of the first day six wickets had fallen for 272.....
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Old August 28, 2011, 03:17 PM
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The Ashes - 2nd Test
Australia v England
Australia won by 229 runs
Test no. 66 | 1901/02 season
Played at Melbourne Cricket Ground
1,2,3,4 January 1902 (timeless match)

Duff made a 100 run 10th partnership helping Aussies beat England by 229 runs

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Hill played a magnificent innings, and at the drawing of stumps the score stood at 300 for nine wickets, Duff being not out 71, with Armstrong as his partner. These two players, who had taken the places filled in the match at Sydney by Charles McLeod and Laver, added 53 on the third morning, their partnership for the last wicket producing in all 120 runs. Duff, who was batting for three hours and a half, had the distinction of making a hundred in his first Test match. Moreover, in getting his 32, he showed by far the best batting while the pitch was difficult. The Englishmen wanted 405 to win, and the task proved far beyond their powers.
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A sturdy right-hand bat who watched the ball closely and was at the turn of the century one of Australia's best batsmen, Reggie Duff made a sensational Test debut against England at Melbourne in 1901-02 when he became the second No.10 to score a Test hundred, and only the third Australian to score a century on debut. The circumstances were unusual in that Duff was a frontline batsman who had been held back because of a sticky wicket. With Warwick Armstrong he added 120 for the last wicket as Australia won by 299 runs. He toured England in 1902 and 1905 with great success, scoring more than 1000 runs on both visits but Wisden noted that "he was never the same again after the second trip" and within two seasons he had left the first-class game even though he was still not 30. The truth was that Duff was an alcoholic whose cricket was greatly affected by his drinking. Following his retirement his condition rapidly deteriorated and he died broke and broken in 1911 aged 33. His former NSW colleagues paid for his funeral.
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Hard-hitting Australian batsman Reggie Duff was born. When rain fell on his Test debut, against England at Melbourne in 1901-02, he was held back until the pitch improved - then made 104, the first century by a No. 10 batsman in Test cricket. Australia's win levelled the series. After that hundred in his first Test, he scored another in his last, top-scoring with 146 at The Oval in 1905.
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Old August 28, 2011, 03:26 PM
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The Ashes - 3rd Test
Australia v England
Australia won by 4 wickets
Test no. 67 | 1901/02 season
Played at Adelaide Oval
17,18,20,21,22,23 January 1902 (timeless match)

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Old August 29, 2011, 01:32 PM
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60's e ase innings ta ektu slow hoye gelo....BTW great job so far...keep it up

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Old August 29, 2011, 11:48 PM
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bat-ey boll ashe na...dont worry naddu....i will end up as 2000*
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