Rhodesia v Transvaal
Currie Cup 1969/70 (Section A)
VenuePolice B Ground, Salisbury on 29th, 30th November, 1st December 1969 (3-day match)
Balls per over6
TossTransvaal won the toss and decided to field
ResultTransvaal won by 4 wickets
PointsRhodesia 0; Transvaal 8
UmpiresLS Everington, BW Fothergill
Close of play day 1Transvaal (1) 4/0 (Bacher 4*, Bath 0*)
Close of play day 2Transvaal (1) 334/7 (Mackay-Coghill 52*, Watson 15*)

Rhodesia first inningsRunsBallsMins4s6s
*RA Gripperc Mackay-Coghill b Watson73 195   
TW Dunkc Irvine b Kerr30     
SD Robertsonc Muzzell b Fairon29     
JD McPhunc Irvine b Watson4     
ET Laughlinc Irvine b Lance16     
JH du Preezc Mackay-Coghill b Kerr9     
+HAB Gardinerrun out26     
DAG Fletcherc Kerr b Mackay-Coghill17 101   
EF Parkerc Irvine b Watson4     
AJ Traicosb Flanagan5     
BH Williamsnot out0     
Total(all out, 101.2 overs)221
Fall of wickets:
1-68 (Dunk), 2-120 (Robertson), 3-139 (McPhun), 4-144 (Gripper), 5-167 (du Preez), 6-171 (Laughlin), 7-200 (Gardiner), 8-207 (Parker), 9-221 (Fletcher), 10-221 (Traicos)
Transvaal bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-Balls
Watson22   6423--
Mackay-Coghill25   9571--
Lance18   7331--
Kerr22   11552--
Fairon8   3201--

Transvaal first inningsRunsBallsMins4s6s
*A Bacherc McPhun b du Preez69     
BF Bathlbw b du Preez46     
NG Featherstonec Robertson b Traicos9     
RK Muzzellc Gardiner b du Preez24     
HR Lancec du Preez b Traicos26     
+BL Irvinec Williams b Traicos40     
JPD Flanaganb Williams44     
D Mackay-Coghillnot out52     
GLG Watsonnot out15     
WR Kerrdid not bat      
GP Fairondid not bat      
Total(7 wickets, declared, 93 overs)334
Fall of wickets:
1-82 (Bath), 2-93 (Featherstone), 3-153 (Bacher), 4-161 (Muzzell), 5-220 (Irvine), 6-225 (Lance), 7-316 (Flanagan)
Rhodesia bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-Balls
Williams10   2361--
Parker13   1610--
Traicos37   61133--
du Preez33   51153--

Rhodesia second inningsRunsBallsMins4s6s
JD McPhunc Kerr b Mackay-Coghill9     
TW Dunklbw b Mackay-Coghill0     
SD Robertsonc Fairon b Watson18     
ET Laughlinc Featherstone b Watson36     
JH du Preezc Mackay-Coghill b Flanagan20     
*RA Gripperc Mackay-Coghill b Lance16     
+HAB Gardinerc Irvine b Flanagan5     
EF Parkerc Bath b Fairon43     
DAG Fletcherb Flanagan49     
BH Williamsc Irvine b Flanagan2     
AJ Traicosnot out6     
Total(all out, 96.2 overs)213
Fall of wickets:
1-3 (Dunk), 2-14 (McPhun), 3-60 (Laughlin), 4-65 (Robertson), 5-102 (du Preez), 6-102 (Gripper), 7-109 (Gardiner), 8-174 (Parker), 9-177 (Williams), 10-213 (Fletcher)
Transvaal bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-Balls
Watson16   4362--
Mackay-Coghill23   8412--
Kerr14   7280--
Lance11   4191--
Fairon15   2591--
Featherstone1   040--

Transvaal second inningsRunsBallsMins4s6s
*A Bacherc Laughlin b Parker2     
BF Bathb Williams8     
NG Featherstoneb Williams37     
RK Muzzellb Williams7     
HR Lancenot out30     
+BL Irvinec Gardiner b Parker14     
GLG Watsonc Parker b Williams0     
JPD Flanagannot out0     
D Mackay-Coghilldid not bat      
WR Kerrdid not bat      
GP Fairondid not bat      
Total(6 wickets, 18.5 overs)101
Fall of wickets:
1-9 (Bath), 2-11 (Bacher), 3-26 (Muzzell), 4-67 (Featherstone), 5-96 (Irvine), 6-97 (Watson)
Rhodesia bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-Balls
Parker9   1422--

--> ET Laughlin made his debut in First-Class matches
--> GP Fairon made his last appearance in First-Class matches
--> TW Dunk (1) passed his previous highest score of 21 in First-Class matches
--> DAG Fletcher (2) passed his previous highest score of 17 in First-Class matches
--> GLG Watson reached 50 wickets in First-Class matches when he dismissed EF Parker, his 3rd wicket in the Rhodesia first innings
--> GP Fairon reached 50 wickets in First-Class matches when he dismissed EF Parker, his 1st wicket in the Rhodesia second innings
--> BH Williams achieved his best innings bowling analysis in First-Class matches when he dismissed GLG Watson in the Transvaal second innings (previous best was 3-71)

J C Mitchell was twelfth man for Rhodesia.
After the disastrous, rain-ruined match against Transvaal during the 1968/69 season, Rhodesia abandoned the poorly drained A (upper) ground at the Police headquarters and played from henceforth on the B (lower) ground. Sources:: South African Cricket Annual 1970, The Herald, The Sunday Mail.





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