Brewers and Distillers v Licensed Victuallers
Other matches in England 1850
VenueLord's Cricket Ground, St John's Wood on 27th August 1850 (1-day match)
Balls per over4
TossToss not known
ResultMatch drawn

Licensed Victuallers first inningsRunsBallsMins4s6s
Gilbertrun out5      
Bonahb A Walker20      
Bellb A Walker0      
Rogersb Hammersley41      
Smoodb Hammersley0      
Parkerrun out7      
Gouldennot out17      
Bennettb Hammersley0      
Sarsonst Nicholson b J Walker11      
Darkb J Walker14      
Lillywhiteb A Walker5      
Total(all out)135
Fall of wickets:
1-?, 2-?, 3-?, 4-?, 5-?, 6-?, 7-?, 8-?, 9-?, 10-135
Brewers and Distillers bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-Balls
A Walker???3--
J Walker???2--

Brewers and Distillers first inningsRunsBallsMins4s6s
C Goodenrun out0      
W Nicholsonc Rogers b Lillywhite0      
J Chalkleyb Lillywhite3      
CH Hoareb Lillywhite19      
A Walkerb Lillywhite6      
J Walkerb Lillywhite0      
WJ Hammersleyrun out14      
J Woodrun out3      
R Gadsdennot out14      
C Curzonrun out5      
J Fitchb Lillywhite0      
Total(all out)93
Fall of wickets:
1-?, 2-?, 3-?, 4-?, 5-?, 6-?, 7-?, 8-?, 9-?, 10-93
Licensed Victuallers bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-Balls

Licensed Victuallers second inningsRunsBallsMins4s6s
Gilbertb Hammersley35      
Bonahb Gooden11      
Bellb Hammersley0      
Rogersnot out3      
Gouldenb Hammersley15      
Bennettb Gooden4      
Smooddid not bat      
Parkerdid not bat      
Sarsondid not bat      
Darkdid not bat      
Lillywhitedid not bat      
Total(5 wickets)77
Fall of wickets:
1-?, 2-?, 3-?, 4-?, 5-?
Brewers and Distillers bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-Balls

--> Bowling in the Licensed Victuallers first innings adds 135 runs under
--> Bowling in the Brewers and Distillers first innings adds 93 runs under
--> Bowling in the Licensed Victuallers second innings adds 77 runs under

From The Times of 28 Aug 1850: "It is proper to state that this match was got up for the purpose of propriating such proceeds as it might realise to three charitable institutions connected with the great body of licensed victuallers, and we anticipate that in this instance the effort will prove to have been most satisfactory. It will be seen by the list of names that nearly all the leading brewers' and distillers' firms were represented either by partners, their sons, or some influential representative of the respective establishment. There was a great deal of fine cricket exhibited during the play."





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