The English cricket team toured to South Africa from 13 December 1913 to 3 March 1914. England won the Test series 4-0 with one match drawn. They played 18 first-class matches including the five Tests, winning 9 times with 8 draws and 1 defeat.
South Africa squad (09-Dec-1913)Herbie Taylor (Captain), Horace Chapman, Jimmy Blanckenberg, Joe Cox, Len Tuckett, Louis Tancred, Philip Hands, Plum Lewis, Reginald Hands, Rolland Beaumont, Harold Baumgartner, Gerald Hartigan, Fred le Roux, Alfred Cooper, Bill Lundie, Billy Zulch, Cec Dixon, Claude Carter, Claude Newberry, Dan Taylor, Dave Nourse, Dusty Tapscott, Tommy Ward (Wicket Keeper)
England squad (01-Dec-1913)Johnny Douglas (Captain), Wilfred Rhodes, Tiger Smith (Wicket Keeper), Sydney Barnes, Sir Jack Hobbs, Phil Mead, Morice Bird, Major Booth, Lord Tennyson, Frank Woolley, Bert Strudwick (Wicket Keeper), Albert Relf, Young Jack Hearne
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