Albert Edward Ernest Vogler got his name up on the Lord’s Honours Boards by taking 7 wickets versus England in the first test of South Africa’s tour in 1907.
After electing to bat first England put up a total of 428 with Len Braund scoring 104 and Gilbert Jessop scoring 93.
The South African bowled a marathon spell of 47.2 overs ending up with figures of 7-128.
After this commendable bowling effort from Vogler, South Africa were bowled out for a mere 140 in their first innings. Thanks to some rain on the final day South Africa managed to save the test match after following on in the second innings and ending the game on 185/3.