Enfield v Burnley
Lancashire League 1906
VenueDill Hall Lane, Enfield on 25th August 1906 (1-day single innings match)
Balls per over6
TossToss not known
ResultBurnley won by 8 wickets
PointsEnfield 0; Burnley 2

Enfield inningsRunsBallsMins4s6s
*T Lancasterc Smith b Cook21     
G Boardmanb Shackleton6     
JA Mooreb Cook2     
W Haworthc Smith b Cook4     
D Smalleyc Bell b Binns55     
+T Snowdenb Cook18     
JA Ramsbottomc Aspinall b Johnson13     
G Ashtonc Cook b Binns0     
E Stephensonb Binns0     
R Whitehead (Pro)b Shackleton13     
W Smithiesnot out0     
Total(all out, 52.3 overs)136
Fall of wickets:
1-25 (Boardman), 2-29 (Moore), 3-29 (Lancaster), 4-42 (Haworth), 5-107 (Snowden), 6-109 (Smalley), 7-112 (Ashton), 8-112 (Stephenson), 9-129 (Ramsbottom), 10-136 (Whitehead, 52.3 ov)
Burnley bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-Balls
Cook21   3524--
Binns9   6103--
Bell6   0270--
Johnson4   0111--
Duxbury4   0120--

Burnley inningsRunsBallsMins4s6s
H Cudworthnot out71     
JW Allenst Snowden b Lancaster46     
C Johnsonc Snowden b Boardman7     
W Cook (Pro)not out11     
*TJ Aspinalldid not bat      
AA Belldid not bat      
W Duxburydid not bat      
JT Binnsdid not bat      
RJ Shackletondid not bat      
+J Smithdid not bat      
[unknown]did not bat      
Total(2 wickets, 43 overs)143
Fall of wickets:
1-100 (Allen), 2-117 (Johnson)
Enfield bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-Balls
Whitehead15   2420--
Lancaster19   5471--
Boardman6   1281--
Haworth3   0180--

--> Burnley batted on after winning
--> D Smalley passed his previous highest score of 52 in Lancashire League matches
--> W Cook reached 100 wickets in Lancashire League matches for the season when he dismissed W Haworth, his 3rd wicket in the Enfield innings

The approaches to the ground were packed as a crowd estimated at around 10,000 battled with police officers and ticket collectors to gain admission.
Many, after getting their tickets at a box in the lane, scaled the walls to be sure of not missing the start.
The weather was unsettled with dark clouds threatening imminent rain, but there was to be no stoppage in play.
After the match, a large number of people went into town for refreshment as the Greyhound Hotel was besieged.
The gate was 128 16s (admittance fee 4d) and David Smalley received a collection of 11 14s for his batting.





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