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Leicestershire v England XI
Other matches in England 1881
VenueBelgrave Cricket and Cycle Ground, Leicester on 20th, 21st, 22nd June 1881 (3-day match)
Balls per over4
PlayersLeicestershire: 16; England XI: 11
TossLeicestershire won the toss and decided to bat
ResultLeicestershire won by 75 runs
UmpiresG Bishop, MA Cook
Close of play day 1England XI (1) 23/1 (Barlow 6*, Shrewsbury 8*)
Close of play day 2Leicestershire (2) 82/12 (Burchnall 3*)

Leicestershire first inningsRunsBallsMins4s6s
J Wheelerc Gilbert b Nash1     
W Bottomoreb Nash10     
A Buswellrun out1     
F Turnerc Day b Barlow0     
JS Elliottc and b Nash4     
WJ Gibbsb Barlow0     
HR Morleyc Platts b Nash0     
F Underwoodb Nash0     
J Burchnallrun out (Shrewsbury)3     
T Wrightc Platts b Gilbert29     
GW Sykesc Briggs b Barlow7  -- 
CE Richardsonc and b Nash0     
+T Plumbb Gilbert14     
JT Parnhamc Showers b Nash22     
C Randonst Day b Gilbert2     
*J Grewcocknot out12     
Extras(1 b, 7 lb)8
Total(all out, 80.1 overs)113
Fall of wickets:
1-14 (Wheeler), 2-15 (Bottomore), 3-? (Buswell), 4-?, 5-?, 6-?, 7-20, 8-20, 9-30, 10-37, 11-53, 12-75, 13-?, 14-91, 15-113 (80.1 ov)
England XI bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-Balls
Nash40.118427--
Barlow28   15343--
Gilbert12   2293--

England XI first inningsRunsBallsMins4s6s
+LM Dayb Parnham9     
RG Barlowc Wheeler b Richardson10     
A Shrewsburyc Plumb b Parnham21  2- 
*MacDonnellc Wheeler b Parnham0     
CJ Showersc Sykes b Parnham0     
J Selbyc Burchnall b Parnham11     
J Briggsc Parnham b Bottomore1     
JTBD Plattsnot out24     
G Nashlbw b Wheeler9     
G Howittb Richardson1     
WR Gilbertabsent hurt
Extras(1 b, 1 lb)2
Total(all out, 76.2 overs)88
Fall of wickets:
1-11 (Day), 2-27 (Barlow), 3-28 (MacDonnell), 4-32 (Showers), 5-52 (Selby), 6-53 (Briggs), 7-55 (Shrewsbury), 8-82 (Nash), 9-88 (Howitt, 76.2 ov)
Leicestershire bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-Balls
Richardson21.29232--
Parnham36   12435--
Bottomore13   2131--
Wright4   150--
Wheeler2   021--

Leicestershire second inningsRunsBallsMins4s6s
F Turnerc and b Nash2     
*J Grewcockb Nash2     
J Wheelerc and b Barlow8     
F Underwoodc Gilbert b Nash0     
T Wrightc Nash b Barlow0     
W Bottomorec Day b Nash9     
WJ Gibbsb Nash0     
JT Parnhamb Briggs32     
A Buswellst Day b Gilbert5     
+T Plumbst Day b Nash14     
CE Richardsonc Day b Nash0     
J Burchnallc and b Briggs6     
JS Elliottc Day b Briggs0     
HR Morleyc Selby b Barlow5     
GW Sykesc Platts b Briggs0     
C Randonnot out4     
Extras(12 b, 2 lb)14
Total(all out, 86.3 overs)101
Fall of wickets:
1-2 (Grewcock), 2-13 (Turner), 3-17 (Wheeler), 4-17 (Underwood), 5-17 (Wright), 6-20 (Gibbs), 7-35 (Bottomore), 8-48 (Buswell), 9-73 (Plumb), 10-? (Richardson), 11-82 (Parnham), 12-? (Elliott), 13-95 (Burchnall), 14-97 (Morley), 15-101 (Sykes, 86.3 ov)
England XI bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-Balls
Nash32   ?277--
Barlow39   ?343--
Gilbert9   ?211--
Briggs6.3?54--

England XI second inningsRunsBallsMins4s6s
A Shrewsburyb Bottomore17     
RG Barlowc Parnham b Richardson7     
JTBD Plattsb Bottomore8     
J Selbyb Wheeler0     
WR Gilbertc Plumb b Wheeler1     
J Briggsc Underwood b Wheeler2     
CJ Showersb Bottomore8     
+LM Dayb Wheeler0     
*MacDonnellnot out0     
G Nashc Randon b Wheeler2     
G Howittb Wheeler4     
Extras(2 b)2
Total(all out, 47.2 overs)51
Fall of wickets:
1-15 (Barlow), 2-31 (Shrewsbury), 3-32 (Selby), 4-34 (Platts), 5-37 (Briggs), 6-45 (Gilbert), 7-45 (Showers), 8-? (Day), 9-? (Nash), 10-51 (Howitt, 47.2 ov)
Leicestershire bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-Balls
Parnham11   ?160--
Richardson11   ?121--
Bottomore13   ?83--
Wheeler12.2?136--

Notes
--> Day 1 Lunch: Leicestershire (1) 20/6
--> Day 2 Lunch: England XI (1) ?/7 (Platts 23*, Nash 9*)
--> Day 3 Lunch: England XI (2) 15/1 (Shrewsbury ?*)

In the local press the opposition were billed as 'All England'. This was not the All England Eleven, and in his Scores & Biographies Mss, Arthur Haygarth calls it 'An England Eleven'.
This was the first, and only, 'important' match played on the Belgrave Cricket and Cycle Ground, which was opened in 1880. In 1901 the ground was sold for building development.

 

 

 

 

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