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Result: England won the 3-match series 1-0

South Africa tour of England 1907

Date & time Detail
Mon 01 - Wed 03
1st Test - England vs South Africa
Lord's, London
Match drawn
Mon 29 - Wed 31
2nd Test - England vs South Africa
Headingley, Leeds
England won by 53 runs
Mon 19 - Wed 21
3rd Test - England vs South Africa
Kennington Oval, London
Match drawn

The South African cricket team toured to England from 1 July to 21 August 1907. England won the three match series 1-0. The South African national team played three Tests and twenty four first-class matches. Although the tour was the fourth time that the South Africans had playing in England, it was the first to include Test matches.

Series Squad

England Squad (25-Jun-1907)

Dick Lilley (Wicket Keeper), Ted Arnold, Neville Knox, Len Braund, Johnny Tyldesley, Jack Crawford, Gilbert Jessop, George Hirst, Tip Foster (Captain), C. B. Fry, Colin Blythe, Tom Hayward

South Africa Squad (31-May-1907)

Percy Sherwell (Captain/Wicket Keeper), Tip Snooke, Stanley Snooke, Reggie Schwarz, Maitland Hathorn, Louis Tancred, Johannes Kotze, Jimmy Sinclair, Gordon White, Dave Nourse, Bert Vogler, Aubrey Faulkner, William Shalders

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