South African cricket team in England in 1912


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South African cricket team in England

South African cricket team in England 1912

The 1912 Triangular Tournament was a Test cricket competition played between Australia, England and South Africa, the only Test playing nations at the time.
The ultimate winners of the tournament were England, with four wins in their six matches, but the tournament was deemed a failure, with disappointing crowds and uncompetitive cricket, caused in part by a weakened Australia team.
The tournament is one of only three tournaments in Test history to have been played between more than two nations, the others being the Asian Test Championships of 1998–99 and 2001–02.

South African cricket team in England 1912 Results

First match: Australia v South Africa 27-28 May 1912
Australia won by an innings and 88 runs.
Second match: England v South Africa at Lord's, 10-12 Jun 1912
England won by an innings and 62 runs.
Third match: England v Australia at Lord's, 24-26 Jun 1912
Match drawn.
Fourth match: England v South Africa at Headingley, 8-10 Jul 1912
England won by 174 runs.
Fifth match: Australia v South Africa at Lord's, 15-17 Jul 1912
Australia won by 10 wickets.
Sixth match: England v Australia at Old Trafford, 29-31 Jul 1912
Match drawn.

Seventh match: England v South Africa at The Oval, 12-13 Aug 1912
England won by 10 wickets.
Eighth match: Australia v South Africa at Trent Bridge, 5-7 Aug 1912
Match drawn.
Ninth match: England v Australia at The Oval, 19-22 Aug 1912
England won by 244 runs.

Editor: Nishanth Gopinathan.