Noakes and Company Metallic Cask Works v Spa Stores Bermondsey
Other matches in England 1879
VenueSouthwark Park, Southwark on 11th August 1879 (1-day match)
Balls per over4
PlayersNoakes and Company Metallic Cask Works: 11; Spa Stores Bermondsey: 3 (2 to bat and field)
TossToss not known
ResultSpa Stores Bermondsey won by an innings and 52 runs

Noakes and Company Metallic Cask Works first inningsRunsBallsMins4s6s
J Shawb White0      
G Foresterrun out0      
T Hymesb White0      
H Butcher hit wkt b White1      
H Walkerb White0      
S Boxallb White0      
H Kitsellb White1      
Z Papsworthb White0      
G Martinb White0      
D Hurfordb White0      
T Boxallnot out0      
Total(all out)2
Fall of wickets:
1-0, 2-0, 3-?, 4-?, 5-?, 6-?, 7-?, 8-?, 9-?, 10-2
Spa Stores Bermondsey bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-Balls

Spa Stores Bermondsey first inningsRunsBallsMins4s6s
*Whiterun out56      
[unknown]did not bat      
Extras(2 w)2
Total(all out)58
Noakes and Company Metallic Cask Works bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-Balls

Noakes and Company Metallic Cask Works second inningsRunsBallsMins4s6s
J Shawc and b White0      
G Foresterc and b White1      
T Hymes hit wkt b White0      
H Butcherb White0      
H Walkerrun out1      
S Boxallb White0      
H Kitsellc [unknown] b White0      
Z Papsworthb White0      
G Martinnot out0      
D Hurford hit wkt b White2      
T Boxallb White0      
Total(all out)4
Fall of wickets:
1-?, 2-?, 3-?, 4-?, 5-?, 6-?, 7-?, 8-?, 9-?, 10-4
Spa Stores Bermondsey bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-Balls

Our thanks to Arthur Haygarth for collecting the information and to Roger Heavens for providing this scorecard which was first published in Arthur Haygarth's Cricket Scores and Biographies Volume 16. Copies of the book can be obtained from . Additions or corrections to this scorecard would be gratefully received.
Source notes that this was a single and double wicket match, played between two companies based in Spa Road, Bermondsey. Mr. White who was allowed two scouts, played according to the laws of double wicket while his opponents had to use those belonging to single wicket - perhaps no other match thus arranged had hitherto come off.





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