England v Australia
Australia in British Isles 1921 (4th Test)
VenueOld Trafford, Manchester on 23rd, 25th, 26th July 1921 (3-day match)
Balls per over6
TossEngland won the toss and decided to bat
ResultMatch drawn
UmpiresJ Moss, AE Street
Close of play day 1No play
Close of play day 2England (1) 362/4 (Tyldesley 78*, Fender 44*)

England first inningsRunsBallsMins4s6s
CAG Russellb Gregory101 2449- 
+G Brownc Gregory b Armstrong31 704- 
FE Woolleyc Pellew b Armstrong41 845- 
CP Meadc Andrews b Hendry47 1363- 
GE Tyldesleynot out78 8891 
PGH Fendernot out44 394- 
C Hallowsdid not bat      
CH Parkindid not bat      
CWL Parkerdid not bat      
*LH Tennysondid not bat      
JWHT Douglasdid not bat      
Extras(12 b, 5 lb, 3 nb)20
Total(4 wickets, declared, 120 overs)362
Fall of wickets:
1-65 (Brown), 2-145 (Woolley), 3-217 (Russell), 4-260 (Mead)
Australia bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-Balls
Gregory23   5791--
McDonald31   11120--
Macartney8   2200--
Hendry25   5741-2
Armstrong33   13572-1

Australia first inningsRunsBallsMins4s6s
W Bardsleyb Parkin3 12-- 
HL Collinslbw b Parkin40 2894- 
CG Macartneyb Parker13 411- 
TJE Andrewsc Tennyson b Fender6 241- 
JM Taylorb Fender4 51- 
CE Pellewc Tyldesley b Parker17 74-- 
*WW Armstrongb Douglas17 602- 
JM Gregoryb Parkin29 842- 
+H Carterb Parkin0 1-- 
HSTL Hendryc Russell b Parkin4 25-- 
EA McDonaldnot out8 62- 
Extras(22 b, 5 lb, 7 nb)34
Total(all out, 116.4 overs)175
Fall of wickets:
1-9 (Bardsley), 2-33 (Macartney), 3-44 (Andrews), 4-48 (Taylor), 5-78 (Pellew), 6-125 (Armstrong), 7-161 (Collins), 8-161 (Carter), 9-166 (Gregory), 10-175 (Hendry, 116.4 ov)
England bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-Balls
Woolley39   22380--
Parker28   16322--
Fender15   6302-1
Douglas5   231--

England second inningsRunsBallsMins4s6s
C Hallowsnot out16 391- 
CH Parkinc Collins b Andrews23 272- 
CWL Parkernot out3 10-- 
CAG Russelldid not bat      
+G Browndid not bat      
FE Woolleydid not bat      
CP Meaddid not bat      
GE Tyldesleydid not bat      
PGH Fenderdid not bat      
*LH Tennysondid not bat      
JWHT Douglasdid not bat      
Extras(2 lb)2
Total(1 wicket, 13 overs)44
Fall of wickets:
1-36 (Parkin)
Australia bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-Balls
Hendry4   1120--
Andrews5   0231--
Pellew3   060--
Taylor1   010--

--> CP Mead (1) passed 500 runs in Test matches when he reached 17
--> CP Mead (1) passed 23000 runs in first-class matches when he reached 37
--> C Hallows made his debut in Test matches
--> CWL Parker made his debut in Test matches
--> CE Pellew (1) passed 4000 runs in first-class matches when he reached 8
--> CH Parkin achieved his best innings bowling analysis in Test matches in the Australia first innings (previous best was 5-60)
--> CH Parkin reached 250 wickets in first-class matches when he dismissed JM Gregory, his 4th wicket in the Australia first innings
--> TJE Andrews reached 50 wickets in first-class matches when he dismissed CH Parkin, his 1st wicket in the England second innings

Tennyson attempted to declare 40 minutes before the end of Day 2 but as Day 1 had been rained off the rules for two day matches applied where a team could not declare later than 100 minutes before close of play. The England innings resumed after a delay of 20 minutes and Armstrong was allowed to bowl the first over in resumption having bowled the last over before the break.





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