|Batting style||Right-hand bat|
|Bowling style||Right-arm medium|
His 105 came in the only Test South Africa won on that tour. Zulch batted for three hours, and a hundred from Tip Snooke then boosted South Africa to 482; and, despite 214 from Australian batsman Victor Trumper, and a relative failure from Zulch with 14 in the second innings, South Africa went on to win by 38 runs.
In the 2nd Test (1921) against Australia at Old Wanderers in Johannesburg, Australian fast bowler Ted McDonald dismissed Zulch by breaking his bat so that fragments flew back to dislodge a bail, and the Zulch was given out, "hit wicket".
He died in 1924 following a nervous breakdown.
- 2nd TEST: South Africa v Australia at Johannesburg, 12-16 Nov 1921 at www.cricinfo.com
- The MCC have clarified this situation though, and in fact nowadays a batsman should not be given out if a splinter, or part of his bat, breaks the wicket, as it must be his whole bat that breaks the wicket. "Archived copy" (PDF). Archived from the original (PDF) on 2006-12-12. Retrieved 2007-01-03.