South African opening batsmen scoring 150 plus runs in a test innings

AK Makram of South Africa scored 152 in the ongoing test against Australia at Johannesburg to provide the 41st occasion of a South African opening batsman scoring 150 plus runs in a test innings. It also provides the 15th occasion of a South African batsman scoring 150 plus runs in a test innings at home. All such occasions are tabulated below

South African batsman scoring 150 plus runs in a test innings
No Player Runs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 JW Zulch 150 3 v Australia Sydney 03 Mar 1911
2 CN Frank 152 3 v Australia Johannesburg 12 Nov 1921
3 B Mitchell 164* 3 v England Lord’s 29 Jun 1935
4 A Melville 189 1 v England Nottingham 07 Jun 1947
5 B Mitchell 189* 4 v England The Oval 16 Aug 1947
6 EAB Rowan 156* 3 v England Johannesburg 27 Dec 1948
7 EAB Rowan 236 1 v England Leeds 26 Jul 1951
8 DJ McGlew 255* 1 v New Zealand Wellington 06 Mar 1953
9 EJ Barlow 201 2 v Australia Adelaide 24 Jan 1964
10 AC Hudson 163 2 v West Indies Bridgetown 18 Apr 1992
11 G Kirsten 210 1 v England Manchester 02 Jul 1998
12 HH Gibbs 211* 2 v New Zealand Christchurch 11 Mar 1999
13 G Kirsten 275 3 v England Durban 26 Dec 1999
14 G Kirsten 180 1 v Sri Lanka Durban 26 Dec 2000
15 G Kirsten 150 2 v West Indies Georgetown 09 Mar 2001
16 G Kirsten 220 1 v Zimbabwe Harare 07 Sep 2001
17 HH Gibbs 196 1 v India Port Elizabeth 16 Nov 2001
18 G Kirsten 153 3 v Australia Sydney 02 Jan 2002
19 GC Smith 200 1 v Bangladesh East London 18 Oct 2002
20 GC Smith 151 1 v Pakistan Cape Town 02 Jan 2003
21 HH Gibbs 228 1 v Pakistan Cape Town 02 Jan 2003
22 GC Smith 277 1 v England Birmingham 24 Jul 2003
23 HH Gibbs 179 1 v England Birmingham 24 Jul 2003
24 GC Smith 259 2 v England Lord’s 31 Jul 2003
25 HH Gibbs 183 1 v England The Oval 04 Sep 2003
26 HH Gibbs 192 1 v West Indies Centurion 16 Jan 2004
27 AJ Hall 163 1 v India Kanpur 20 Nov 2004
28 HH Gibbs 161 2 v England Johannesburg 13 Jan 2005
29 AB de Villiers 178 2 v West Indies Bridgetown 21 Apr 2005
30 ND McKenzie 226 1 v Bangladesh Chittagong 29 Feb 2008
31 GC Smith 232 1 v Bangladesh Chittagong 29 Feb 2008
32 ND McKenzie 155* 3 v India Chennai 26 Mar 2008
33 GC Smith 154* 4 v England Birmingham 30 Jul 2008
34 GC Smith 157 1 v Bangladesh Bloemfontein 19 Nov 2008
35 AG Prince 150 2 v Australia Cape Town 19 Mar 2009
36 GC Smith 183 3 v England Cape Town 03 Jan 2010
37 AN Petersen 156 1 v New Zealand Wellington 23 Mar 2012
38 AN Petersen 182 1 v England Leeds 02 Aug 2012
39 GC Smith 234 2 v Pakistan Dubai (DSC) 23 Oct 2013
40 D Elgar 199 1 v Bangladesh Potchefstroom 28 Sep 2017
41 AK Markram 152 1 v Australia Johannesburg 30 Mar 2018
South African batsman scoring 150 plus runs in a test innings at home
No Player Runs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 CN Frank 152 3 v Australia Johannesburg 12 Nov 1921
2 EAB Rowan 156* 3 v England Johannesburg 27 Dec 1948
3 G Kirsten 275 3 v England Durban 26 Dec 1999
4 G Kirsten 180 1 v Sri Lanka Durban 26 Dec 2000
5 HH Gibbs 196 1 v India Port Elizabeth 16 Nov 2001
6 GC Smith 200 1 v Bangladesh East London 18 Oct 2002
7 GC Smith 151 1 v Pakistan Cape Town 02 Jan 2003
8 HH Gibbs 228 1 v Pakistan Cape Town 02 Jan 2003
9 HH Gibbs 192 1 v West Indies Centurion 16 Jan 2004
10 HH Gibbs 161 2 v England Johannesburg 13 Jan 2005
11 GC Smith 157 1 v Bangladesh Bloemfontein 19 Nov 2008
12 AG Prince 150 2 v Australia Cape Town 19 Mar 2009
13 GC Smith 183 3 v England Cape Town 03 Jan 2010
14 D Elgar 199 1 v Bangladesh Potchefstroom 28 Sep 2017
16 AK Markram 152 1 v Australia Johannesburg 30 Mar 2018

AK Makram’s 152 provides the sixth occasion of a South African batsman scoring 150 plus runs against Australia in a test innings and also provides the third occasion of a South African batsman scoring 150 plus runs against Australia at home. All such occasions are tabulated below

South African openers scoring 150 plus runs against Australia
No Player Runs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 JW Zulch 150 3 v Australia Sydney 03 Mar 1911
2 CN Frank 152 3 v Australia Johannesburg 12 Nov 1921
3 EJ Barlow 201 2 v Australia Adelaide 24 Jan 1964
4 G Kirsten 153 3 v Australia Sydney 02 Jan 2002
5 AG Prince 150 2 v Australia Cape Town 19 Mar 2009
6 AK Markram 152 1 v Australia Johannesburg 30 Mar 2018
South African openers scoring 150 plus runs against Australia at home
No Player Runs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 CN Frank 152 3 v Australia Johannesburg 12 Nov 1921
2 AG Prince 150 2 v Australia Cape Town 19 Mar 2009
3 AK Markram 152 1 v Australia Johannesburg 30 Mar 2018

It also provides the fourth occasion of a South African batsman scoring 150 plus runs in a test innings at Johannesburg.

No Player Runs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 CN Frank 152 3 v Australia Johannesburg 12 Nov 1921
2 EAB Rowan 156* 3 v England Johannesburg 27 Dec 1948
3 HH Gibbs 161 2 v England Johannesburg 13 Jan 2005
4 AK Markram 152 1 v Australia Johannesburg 30 Mar 2018

Australian bowlers who have conceded 175 plus runs in a test innings

NM Lyon  of South Africa returned with figures of 3 for 182 in South Africa’s first innings in the ongoing  test at Johannesburg to provide the thirteenth occasion of  an Australian bowler conceding 175 plus runs in a test innings. All such occasions are tabulated below. NM Lyon became the first Australian bowler to concede 175 plus runs against South Africa in a test innings and thus earned the tag of becoming the most expensive bowler against South Africa in a test innings. The previous record was held by SK Warne who  had  conceded 161 runs and captured six  wickets at Cape Town in Mar 2002.

No Player Overs M Runs W Inns Oppn Ground Start Date
1 AA Mailey 32.0×8 00 179 3 4 Eng Sydney 19 Dec 1924
2 AA Mailey 43.6×8 02 186 4 1 Eng Melbourne 13 Feb 1925
3 CV Grimmett 64.0 14 191 2 2 Eng Sydney 14 Dec 1928
4 WJ O’Reilly 59.0 09 189 7 1 Eng Manchester 06 Jul 1934
5 WJ O’Reilly 85.0 26 178 3 1 Eng The Oval 20 Aug 1938
6 LO Fleetwood-Smith 87.0 11 298 1 1 Eng The Oval 20 Aug 1938
7 JW Gleeson 35.0×8 02 176 1 3 Win Adelaide 24 Jan 1969
8 B Yardley 66.0 16 187 7 1 Pak Melbourne 11 Dec 1981
9 B Lee 39.3 05 201 4 1 Ind Sydney 02 Jan 2004
10 JJ Krejza 43.5 01 215 8 1 Ind Nagpur 06 Nov 2008
11 NM Lyon 47.0 01 215 3 2 Ind Chennai 22 Feb 2013
12 SNJ O’Keefe 77.0 17 199 3 2 Ind Ranchi 16 Mar 2017
13 NM Lyon 40.0 03 182 3 1 SAF Johannesburg 30 Mar 2018

AA Mailey, WJ O’Reilly and  NM Lyon are the three bowlers who have conceded 175 plus runs on two occasions. The performance of these three bowlers are listed below

No Player Overs M Runs W Inns Oppn Ground Start Date
1 AA Mailey 32.0×8 00 179 3 4 Eng Sydney 19 Dec 1924
2 AA Mailey 43.6×8 02 186 4 1 Eng Melbourne 13 Feb 1925
                   
1 WJ O’Reilly 59.0 09 189 7 1 Eng Manchester 06 Jul 1934
2 WJ O’Reilly 85.0 26 178 3 1 Eng The Oval 20 Aug 1938
                   
1 NM Lyon 47.0 01 215 3 2 Ind Chennai 22 Feb 2013
2 NM Lyon 40.0 03 182 3 1 SAF Johannesburg 30 Mar 2018

 

David Warner Apologises ‘Unreservedly’, Admits He ‘May Never Play For Australia Again’

David Warner Apologises

Ball-Tampering Scandal: David Warner broke down while addressing the media on Saturday.

David Warner, former Australia vice-captain, made a tearful apology on Saturday for his role in the ball-tampering scandal that has left the cricketing world reeling, saying he is “resigned to the fact” he may never play for Australia again. The left-handed opener repeatedly said he was taking “full responsibility for my part” in the controversy, which saw Australian cricketer Cameron Bancroft use sandpaper to alter the condition of the ball during the third Test against South Africa in Newlands, Cape Town.
Despite an emotional address to the media, Warner stonewalled questions about who was aware of the ball-tampering and whether it was the first such incident within the team.
Warner, 31, told a media conference in Sydney: “I can honestly say I have only wanted to bring glory to my country through playing cricket.
“In striving to do so I have made the decision which has had the opposite effect and it’s one that I will regret for as long as I live.”
Warner’s appearance comes after similar heartfelt apologies by opening batsman Cameron Bancroft and captain Steve Smith, who broke down when he faced the media on Thursday.
Coach Darren Lehmann, convinced to step down after seeing the apologies from Bancroft and Smith, was also tearful as he announced his resignation.
Smith and Warner were banned from international and domestic cricket for a year and Bancroft was suspended for nine months after the incident during the third Test in Cape Town.
Bancroft was caught on camera trying to use yellow sandpaper to alter the ball, an offence which triggered an outpouring of criticism against the hard-nosed Australian team.
Warner, a dynamic batsman but a divisive figure in the game, was charged by Cricket Australia with developing the plot and telling Bancroft to carry it out.
When questioned about a possible appeal, Warner said: “That’s something that I will continue to sit down with my family and weigh up all my considerations before I make any decisions.”
A report Saturday said Bancroft was set to lodge an appeal and had sought legal advice ahead of Thursday’s appeals deadline.
‘It’s inexcusable’
Warner, who struggled to control his emotions during his 10-minute media conference, apologized to both teams, their fans, Cricket Australia and his family, including his wife Candice who was also crying as she watched from the media seats.
But when asked for further details of the plot, such as whether it was his idea, who else was aware and whether it had happened before, he avoided the question.
“I am here today to accept my responsibility for my part and my involvement for what happened in Cape Town,” Warner said.
“It’s inexcusable, I am deeply sorry. I will do everything I can to earn back the respect of the Australian public.”
Warner, who has played 74 Test since his debut in 2011, said he would be seeking ways to make character changes. Warner, who has been described as the team’s “attack dog”, was also banned in 2013 after punching England’s Joe Root in a bar.
“I suppose there is a tiny ray of hope that I may one day be given the privilege of playing for my country again, but I am resigned to the fact that may never happen,” he said.
“But in the coming weeks and months I am going to look at what has happened and who I am as a man.
“To be honest, I am not sure right now how I will do this, I will seek out advice and expertise to make serious changes.”
Warner called it a “horrible” decision, adding: “I failed in my responsibilities as vice-captain of the Australian cricket team.”
The fallout from the crisis has seen Warner dumped by sponsors ASICS and LG. Along with Smith, he has also been ejected from this year’s Indian Premier League, losing contracts worth nearly US$2 million each.
(With AFP Inputs) – Article courtesy – ndtvsports.com

 

Captains collecting the first ball ducks in a test innings against Australia

F du Plessis of South Africa collected the first ball against Australia in the ongoing test at Johannesburg to provide the 31st occasion of a captain dismissed  first ball  for a duck in a test innings against Australia. All such occasions are listed below

No Player Runs BF Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 WG Grace 0 1 2 Eng Aus Lord’s 21 Jul 1890
2 AC MacLaren 0 1 3 Eng Aus Sydney 26 Feb 1898
3 Hon.FS Jackson 0 1 3 Eng Aus Lord’s 15 Jun 1905
4 JWHT Douglas 0 1 2 Eng Aus Sydney 15 Dec 1911
5 AER Gilligan 0 1 4 Eng Aus Melbourne 01 Jan 1925
6 AER Gilligan 0 1 1 Eng Aus Melbourne 13 Feb 1925
7 RES Wyatt 0 1 1 Eng Aus Manchester 06 Jul 1934
8 WR Hammond 0 1 3 Eng Aus Leeds 22 Jul 1938
9 L Amarnath 0 1 2 Ind Aus Melbourne 01 Jan 1948
10 L Amarnath 0 1 3 Ind Aus Adelaide 23 Jan 1948
11 JDC Goddard 0 1 3 Win Aus Brisbane 09 Nov 1951
12 R Illingworth 0 1 1 Eng Aus The Oval 10 Aug 1972
13 JM Brearley 0 1 3 Eng Aus Perth 15 Dec 1978
14 IT Botham 0 1 3 Eng Aus Lord’s 02 Jul 1981
15 MW Gatting 0 1 4 Eng Aus Adelaide 12 Dec 1986
16 SP Fleming 0 1 2 NZl Aus Hobart 27 Nov 1997
17 ST Jayasuriya 0 1 1 Srl Aus Galle 22 Sep 1999
18 ST Jayasuriya 0 1 2 Srl Aus Col-SSC 30 Sep 1999
19 JC Adams 0 1 1 Win Aus Perth 01 Dec 2000
20 JC Adams 0 1 4 Win Aus Melbourne 26 Dec 2000
21 SP Fleming 0 1 2 NZl Aus Brisbane 08 Nov 2001
22 SM Pollock 0 1 2 SAF Aus Adelaide 14 Dec 2001
23 Khaled Mahmud 0 1 1 Ban Aus Cairns 25 Jul 2003
24 Inzamam-ul-Haq 0 1 4 Pak Aus Perth 16 Dec 2004
25 SP Fleming 0 1 2 NZl Aus Wellington 18 Mar 2005
26 GC Smith 0 1 2 SAF Aus Durban 24 Mar 2006
27 M Jayawardene 0 1 4 Srl Aus Hobart 16 Nov 2007
28 LRPL Taylor 0 1 3 NZl Aus Brisbane 01 Dec 2011
29 AN Cook 0 1 4 Eng Aus Perth 13 Dec 2013
30 JO Holder 0 1 2 Win Aus Melbourne 26 Dec 2015
31 F du Plessis 0 1 1 SAF Aus Johannesburg 30 Mar 2018

SP Fleming {03}, AER Gilligan {02}, JC Adams {02}, L Amarnath {02}  and ST Jayasuriya {02} are five captains who have collected the first ball duck in a test  innings against Australia on two or more occasions

No Player Runs BF Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 SP Fleming 0 1 2 NZl Aus Hobart 27 Nov 1997
2 SP Fleming 0 1 2 NZl Aus Brisbane 08 Nov 2001
3 SP Fleming 0 1 2 NZl Aus Wellington 18 Mar 2005
                 
1 AER Gilligan 0 1 4 Eng Aus Melbourne 01 Jan 1925
2 AER Gilligan 0 1 1 Eng Aus Melbourne 13 Feb 1925
                 
1 JC Adams 0 1 1 Win Aus Perth 01 Dec 2000
2 JC Adams 0 1 4 Win Aus Melbourne 26 Dec 2000
                 
1 L Amarnath 0 1 2 Ind Aus Melbourne 01 Jan 1948
2 L Amarnath 0 1 3 Ind Aus Adelaide 23 Jan 1948
                 
1 ST Jayasuriya 0 1 1 Srl Aus Galle 22 Sep 1999
2 ST Jayasuriya 0 1 2 Srl Aus Col-SSC 30 Sep 1999

 

Captains collecting the first ball duck in a test innings

F du Plessis collected the first ball duck in the ongoing test against Australia at Johannesburg to provide the 113th occasion of a a captain dismissed first ball for a duck in the annals of test cricket. It also provides the sixth occasion of a South African captain undergoing such an ignominy in tests. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Player Runs BF Inns Oppn Ground Start Date
1 SM Pollock 0 1 2 Ind Bloemfontein 03 Nov 2001
2 SM Pollock 0 1 2 Aus Adelaide 14 Dec 2001
3 GC Smith 0 1 3 NZl Auckland 18 Mar 2004
4 GC Smith 0 1 2 Aus Durban 24 Mar 2006
5 F du Plessis 0 1 4 Eng The Oval 27 Jul 2017
6 F du Plessis 0 1 1 Aus Johannesburg 30 Mar 2018

It is interesting to note that the six occasions are  shared equally be three South African captains – SM Pollock, GC Smith and F du Plessis.

No Player Runs BF Inns Oppn Ground Start Date
1 SM Pollock 0 1 2 Ind Bloemfontein 03 Nov 2001
2 SM Pollock 0 1 2 Aus Adelaide 14 Dec 2001
               
3 GC Smith 0 1 3 NZl Auckland 18 Mar 2004
4 GC Smith 0 1 2 Aus Durban 24 Mar 2006
               
5 F du Plessis 0 1 4 Eng The Oval 27 Jul 2017
6 F du Plessis 0 1 1 Aus Johannesburg 30 Mar 2018

It is also interesting to note that these three captains have collected the first ball duck in a test innings against Australia once.  F du Plessis became the first South African captain to collect the first ball duck in the first innings of a test.

No Player Runs BF Inns Oppn Ground Start Date
1 SM Pollock 0 1 2 Aus Adelaide 14 Dec 2001
2 GC Smith 0 1 2 Aus Durban 24 Mar 2006
3 F du Plessis 0 1 1 Aus Johannesburg 30 Mar 2018

F du Plessis became the first South African captain to collect the first ball duck in the first innings of a test to provide  the 35th occasion of a captain dismissed first ball for a duck in the first  innings of a test. All such occasions are tabulated below.

No Player Runs BF Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 J Darling 0 1 1 Aus Eng Sheffield 03 Jul 1902
2 AER Gilligan 0 1 1 Eng Aus Melbourne 13 Feb 1925
3 W Bardsley 0 1 1 Aus Eng Leeds 10 Jul 1926
4 RES Wyatt 0 1 1 Eng Aus Manchester 06 Jul 1934
5 R Benaud 0 1 1 Aus Eng Leeds 06 Jul 1961
6 R Illingworth 0 1 1 Eng Aus The Oval 10 Aug 1972
7 Wasim Bari 0 1 1 Pak Eng Birmingham 01 Jun 1978
8 S Venkataraghavan 0 1 1 Ind Eng Lord’s 02 Aug 1979
9 GS Chappell 0 1 1 Aus Win Melbourne 26 Dec 1981
10 N Kapil Dev 0 1 1 Ind Win Bridgetown 15 Apr 1983
11 N Kapil Dev 0 1 1 Ind Eng Leeds 19 Jun 1986
12 Imran Khan 0 1 1 Pak Eng Birmingham 23 Jul 1987
13 AR Border 0 1 1 Aus Win Perth 30 Jan 1993
14 A Ranatunga 0 1 1 Srl Pak Faisalabad 15 Sep 1995
15 ADR Campbell 0 1 1 Zim Ind Harare 07 Oct 1998
16 ST Jayasuriya 0 1 1 Srl Aus Galle 22 Sep 1999
17 JC Adams 0 1 1 Win Aus Perth 01 Dec 2000
18 Khaled Mashud 0 1 1 Ban Pak Dhaka 09 Jan 2002
19 Khaled Mahmud 0 1 1 Ban Aus Cairns 25 Jul 2003
20 Younis Khan 0 1 1 Pak Ind Karachi 29 Jan 2006
21 D Ganga 0 1 1 Win Eng Ch-le-St 15 Jun 2007
22 Mohd Ashraful 0 1 1 Ban NZl Dunedin 04 Jan 2008
23 MP Vaughan 0 1 1 Eng SAF Birmingham 30 Jul 2008
24 RT Ponting 0 1 1 Aus SAF Perth 17 Dec 2008
25 RT Ponting 0 1 1 Aus SAF Sydney 03 Jan 2009
26 RT Ponting 0 1 1 Aus Pak Sydney 03 Jan 2010
27 AJ Strauss 0 1 1 Eng SAF Johannesburg 14 Jan 2010
28 DJG Sammy 0 1 1 Win Srl Galle 15 Nov 2010
29 RT Ponting 0 1 1 Aus Eng Adelaide 03 Dec 2010
30 MJ Clarke 0 1 1 Aus Ind Mohali 14 Mar 2013
31 D Ramdin 0 1 1 Win Ban Gros Islet 13 Sep 2014
32 AG Cremer 0 1 1 Zim NZl Bulawayo 28 Jul 2016
33 JO Holder 0 1 1 Win NZl Wellington 01 Dec 2017
34 LD Chandimal 0 1 1 Srl Ban Dhaka 08 Feb 2018
35 F du Plessis 0 1 1 SAF Aus Johannesburg 30 Mar 2018

Kapil Dev {02} and RT Ponting {04} are the two captains who are dismissed for a first ball duck in the first innings of a test on two or more occasions

No Player Runs BF Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 N Kapil Dev 0 1 1 Ind Win Bridgetown 15 Apr 1983
2 N Kapil Dev 0 1 1 Ind Eng Leeds 19 Jun 1986
                 
1 RT Ponting 0 1 1 Aus SAF Perth 17 Dec 2008
2 RT Ponting 0 1 1 Aus SAF Sydney 03 Jan 2009
3 RT Ponting 0 1 1 Aus Pak Sydney 03 Jan 2010
4 RT Ponting 0 1 1 Aus Eng Adelaide 03 Dec 2010

F du Plessis became the second captain to collect the first ball duck in the first innings of a test at Johannesburg. AJ Strauss of England had collected the first ball duck against South Africa at Johannesburg in Jan 2010.

No Player Runs BF Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 AJ Strauss 0 1 1 Eng SAF Johannesburg 14 Jan 2010
2 F du Plessis 0 1 1 SAF Aus Johannesburg 30 Mar 2018

F du Plessia became the ninth captain to collect the first ball duck in a test innings in the tests played on South African soil. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Player Runs BF Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 PF Warner 0 1 3 Eng SAF Johannesburg 06 Mar 1906
2 KR Rutherford 0 1 3 NZl SAF Johannesburg 25 Nov 1994
3 Rashid Latif 0 1 2 Pak SAF Port Elizabeth 06 Mar 1998
4 SM Pollock 0 1 2 SAF Ind Bloemfontein 03 Nov 2001
5 GC Smith 0 1 2 SAF Aus Durban 24 Mar 2006
6 AJ Strauss 0 1 1 Eng SAF Johannesburg 14 Jan 2010
7 MJ Clarke 0 1 3 Aus SAF Cape Town 01 Mar 2014
8 D Ramdin 0 1 3 Win SAF Cape Town 02 Jan 2015
9 F du Plessis 0 1 1 SAF Aus Johannesburg 30 Mar 2018

F du Plessis became the third South African captain to collect the first ball duck in a test innings on  South African soil. Others are  SM Pollock and GC Smith

No Player Runs BF Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 SM Pollock 0 1 2 SAF Ind Bloemfontein 03 Nov 2001
2 GC Smith 0 1 2 SAF Aus Durban 24 Mar 2006
3 F du Plessis 0 1 1 SAF Aus Johannesburg 30 Mar 2018

Of the nine occasions on which captains collected the first ball duck on South African soil, four of them collected at Johannesburg. All such occasions are tabulated below. F du Plessis became the  first captain to collect the first ball duck in a test at Johannesburg.

No Player Runs BF Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 PF Warner 0 1 3 Eng SAF Johannesburg 06 Mar 1906
2 KR Rutherford 0 1 3 NZl SAF Johannesburg 25 Nov 1994
3 AJ Strauss 0 1 1 Eng SAF Johannesburg 14 Jan 2010
4 F du Plessis 0 1 1 SAF Aus Johannesburg 30 Mar 2018

 

 

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