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Victoria v South Australia
Sheffield Shield 1898/99
VenueMelbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne on 31st December 1898, 2nd, 3rd January 1899 (timeless match)
Balls per over6
TossVictoria won the toss and decided to bat
ResultVictoria won by an innings and 218 runs
PointsVictoria 1; South Australia 0
UmpiresP Argall, RM Crockett
Close of play day 1Victoria (1) 273/7 (Laver 64*, Warne 44*)
Close of play day 2South Australia (1) 113/3 (Darling 55*, Giffen 18*)

Victoria first inningsRunsBallsMins4s6s
JF Gillerb Giffen6     
*J Worrallc Hill b Jones13     
CE McLeodb Giffen0     
JH Stuckeyc AH Jarvis b A Jarvis43     
H Grahamb Jones22     
SA McMichaelb A Jarvis25     
FJ Lavernot out137     
W Brucec Lyons b Jones52     
TS Warnec Hill b Giffen63     
H Trumblec and b Jones70     
+AE Johnsb A Jarvis11     
Extras(3 b, 8 lb, 2 w)13
Total(all out, 133.3 overs)455
Fall of wickets:
1-19 (Giller), 2-19 (McLeod), 3-23 (Worrall), 4-71 (Graham), 5-103 (McMichael), 6-112 (Stuckey), 7-191 (Bruce), 8-308 (Warne), 9-430 (Trumble), 10-455 (Johns, 133.3 ov)
South Australia bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-Balls
Jones49   131384--
Giffen44   71453--
A Jarvis23.34773--
Hugo9   1340--
Lyons2   060--
Reedman6   0420--

South Australia first inningsRunsBallsMins4s6s
*J Darlingc Johns b McLeod62     
JJ Lyonsc Bruce b McLeod10     
C Hillc and b Giller27     
JC Reedmanc Laver b McLeod2     
G Giffenc Warne b McLeod18     
A Jarvisc Worrall b Trumble0     
FT Hackc Worrall b Trumble0     
E Jonesnot out7     
A Greenst Johns b McLeod0     
+AH Jarvisc Johns b Trumble2     
V Hugost Johns b McLeod0     
Extras(7 b, 1 lb)8
Total(all out, 65.1 overs)136
Fall of wickets:
1-14 (Lyons), 2-54 (Hill), 3-59 (Reedman), 4-113 (Giffen), 5-120 (Darling), 6-123 (Hack), 7-126 (A Jarvis), 8-131 (Green), 9-134 (AH Jarvis), 10-136 (Hugo, 65.1 ov)
Victoria bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-Balls
Trumble23   3573--
McLeod30.114376--
Giller10   1321--
Laver2   120--

South Australia second innings (following on)RunsBallsMins4s6s
*J Darlingb Trumble1     
FT Hackb Trumble22     
C Hillc Giller b Trumble33     
JC Reedmanc McMichael b Trumble8     
G Giffenb Trumble0     
JJ Lyonsc Warne b Trumble3     
A Jarvisc Johns b McLeod22     
E Jonesc Stuckey b Trumble5     
A Greenc Giller b Trumble0     
+AH Jarvisnot out1     
V Hugob McLeod5     
Extras(1 lb)1
Total(all out, 51.1 overs)101
Fall of wickets:
1-2 (Darling), 2-48 (Hill), 3-60 (Reedman), 4-60 (Giffen), 5-64 (Lyons), 6-75 (Hack), 7-83 (Jones), 8-87 (Green), 9-95 (A Jarvis), 10-101 (Hugo, 51.1 ov)
Victoria bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-Balls
Trumble26   8398--
McLeod15.14362--
Laver3   150--
Warne7   0200--

Notes
--> SA McMichael (1) passed 500 runs in first-class matches when he reached 21
--> FJ Laver (1) passed his previous highest score of 104 in first-class matches
--> FJ Laver (1) passed his previous highest score of 104 in Sheffield Shield matches
--> FJ Laver (1) passed 1000 runs in Sheffield Shield matches when he reached 28
--> FT Hack made his debut in Sheffield Shield matches
--> FT Hack made his debut in first-class matches
--> E Jones reached 350 wickets in first-class matches when he dismissed H Trumble, his 4th wicket in the Victoria first innings
--> CE McLeod achieved his best innings bowling analysis in first-class matches in the South Australia first innings (previous best was 6-42)
--> CE McLeod achieved his best innings bowling analysis in Sheffield Shield matches in the South Australia first innings (previous best was 6-42)
--> H Trumble achieved his best innings bowling analysis in first-class matches in the South Australia second innings (previous best was 8-58)
--> H Trumble reached 100 wickets in Sheffield Shield matches when he dismissed C Hill, his 2nd wicket in the South Australia second innings
--> H Trumble achieved his best innings bowling analysis in Sheffield Shield matches in the South Australia second innings (previous best was 8-58)

Victoria retained the Sheffield Shield. Laver batted for 303 minutes for his undefeated 137*, which included 16 fours. South Australia lost 17 wickets for 124 on the final day following overnight rain.

 

 

 

 

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