In terms of runs scored, this performance was soon surpassed. In the Third Test, at Headingley , Bradman scored a century before lunch on 11 July, the first day of the Test match to equal the performances of Victor Trumper and Charlie Macartney .  In the afternoon, Bradman added another century between lunch and tea, before finishing the day on 309 not out. He remains the only Test player to pass 300 in one day's play.  His eventual score of 334 was a world-record, exceeding the previous mark of 325 by Andy Sandham .  Bradman dominated the Australian innings; the second-highest tally was 77 by Alan Kippax . Businessman Arthur Whitelaw later presented Bradman with a cheque for £1,000 in appreciation of his achievement.  The match ended in anti-climax as poor weather prevented a result, as it also did in the Fourth Test.