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Yorkshire v Derbyshire
County Championship 1899
VenueDewsbury and Savile Ground, Dewsbury on 8th, 9th, 10th June 1899 (3-day match)
Balls per over5
TossToss not known
ResultYorkshire won by 9 wickets
PointsYorkshire 1; Derbyshire -1
UmpiresRG Barlow, H Holmes
Close of play day 1Derbyshire (1) 36/1 (Bagshaw 14*, Storer 18*)
Close of play day 2Derbyshire (2) 171 all out

Yorkshire first inningsRunsBallsMins4s6s
JT Brownc Humphries b Hulme16     
J Tunnicliffec Wright b Berwick43     
FS Jacksonc Humphries b Bestwick82     
F Mitchelllbw b Berwick11     
E Wainwrightb Bestwick46     
*Lord Hawkeb Berwick8     
GH Hirstnot out63     
S Haighb Berwick2     
L Whiteheadc Higson b Storer25     
W Rhodesc Humphries b Berwick12     
+D Hunterc Humphries b Bestwick10     
Extras(23 b, 2 lb)25
Total(all out, 128.2 overs)343
Fall of wickets:
1-24, 2-101, 3-117, 4-199, 5-204, 6-213, 7-222, 8-261, 9-317, 10-343 (128.2 ov)
Derbyshire bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-Balls
Hulme34   4751--
Bestwick27.27443--
Hancock21   4480--
Storer11   1391--
Berwick25   3825--
Higson5   0220--
Young5   280--

Derbyshire first inningsRunsBallsMins4s6s
LG Wrightb Rhodes4     
H Bagshawc Jackson b Haigh15     
W Storerlbw b Jackson96     
W Ellisb Haigh0     
*TA Higsonc Hunter b Rhodes31     
JW Hancockc Whitehead b Rhodes0     
JJ Hulmeb Hirst38     
JA Berwicknot out11     
JH Youngc Tunnicliffe b Rhodes0     
+J Humphriesc Hirst b Rhodes0     
W Bestwickb Jackson2     
Extras(4 b, 2 lb)6
Total(all out, 94.3 overs)203
Fall of wickets:
1-8, 2-38, 3-38, 4-102, 5-112, 6-178, 7-197, 8-198, 9-199, 10-203 (94.3 ov)
Yorkshire bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-Balls
Rhodes32   12655--
Haigh21   6492--
Jackson17.36392--
Wainwright8   3180--
Hirst16   6261--

Derbyshire second innings (following on)RunsBallsMins4s6s
LG Wrightc Hirst b Wainwright22     
H Bagshawb Hirst40     
W Storerc Rhodes b Hirst33     
W Ellisc Hawke b Hirst11     
*TA Higsonc Rhodes b Hirst6     
JJ Hulmec Wainwright b Rhodes16     
JW Hancockc Hunter b Rhodes14     
JA Berwickc Haigh b Hirst1     
+J Humphriesnot out12     
JH Youngc and b Rhodes0     
W Bestwickst Hunter b Rhodes8     
Extras(1 b, 5 lb, 1 nb, 1 w)8
Total(all out, 66.2 overs)171
Fall of wickets:
1-60, 2-78, 3-95, 4-105, 5-126, 6-140, 7-145, 8-149, 9-152, 10-171 (66.2 ov)
Yorkshire bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-Balls
Rhodes14.24504--
Jackson9   4120--
Wainwright15   5291--
Hirst24   5575--
Whitehead4   0150--

Yorkshire second inningsRunsBallsMins4s6s
JT Brownb Higson13     
J Tunnicliffenot out19     
L Whiteheadnot out1     
FS Jacksondid not bat      
F Mitchelldid not bat      
E Wainwrightdid not bat      
*Lord Hawkedid not bat      
GH Hirstdid not bat      
S Haighdid not bat      
W Rhodesdid not bat      
+D Hunterdid not bat      
Extras0
Total(1 wicket, 8.3 overs)33
Fall of wickets:
1-20
Derbyshire bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-Balls
Higson4.30101--
Wright4   0230--

Notes
--> L Whitehead (1) equalled his previous highest score of 25 in County Championship matches
--> TA Higson (1) passed his previous highest score of 29 in County Championship matches
--> TA Higson (1) passed his previous highest score of 29 in first-class matches
--> JH Young made his debut in first-class matches
--> JH Young made his debut in County Championship matches
--> H Bagshaw (2) passed 3000 runs in County Championship matches when he reached 8
--> J Tunnicliffe (2) passed 7000 runs in County Championship matches when he reached 6
--> JA Berwick achieved his best innings bowling analysis in first-class matches in the Yorkshire first innings (previous best was 0-0)
--> JA Berwick achieved his best innings bowling analysis in County Championship matches in the Yorkshire first innings (previous best was 0-0)
--> W Rhodes reached 50 wickets in County Championship matches for the season when taking his 5th wicket in the Derbyshire first innings

On the final morning it was discovered that the taps in the players dressing room had been left running overnight, with the result that the Derbshire professionals' boots and clothes could not be used. They had to turn out in ordinary clothes for the required 20 minutes while the two amateurs bowled

 

 

 

 

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