Cambridgeshire v Northumberland
Minor Counties Championship 1900
VenueFP Fenner's Ground, Cambridge on 29th, 30th June 1900 (2-day match)
Balls per over6
TossNorthumberland won the toss and decided to bat
ResultNorthumberland won by an innings and 112 runs
PointsCambridgeshire -1; Northumberland 1
UmpiresCE Bartram, J Fordham
Close of play day 1Cambridgeshire (1) 82/1 (Bacon 47*, Watts 21*)

Northumberland first inningsRunsBallsMins4s6s
RGE Mortimerb Bacon35     
M Chambersb Bryan3     
J Hanselllbw b TSW Thomas133     
SP Bellb Watts29     
*FGH Claytonc Prest b TSW Thomas45     
V Thompsonc Prest b Bryan34     
G Elseyb Bryan10     
FW Gillespierun out0     
J Marshallc Watts b Bryan5     
E Tomlinb Hayward17     
+L Greenwoodnot out10     
Extras(14 b, 7 lb, 1 w)22
Total(all out, 93 overs)343
Fall of wickets:
1-3, 2-85, 3-179, 4-252, 5-281, 6-?, 7-?, 8-?, 9-?, 10-343 (93 ov)
Cambridgeshire bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-Balls
Bryan26   5934--
Hayward23   5621--
Bellamy11   1450--
Bacon15   4501--
Watts9   0361--
Gardner3   0130--
TSW Thomas6   02221-

Cambridgeshire first inningsRunsBallsMins4s6s
*FK Robinsonb Elsey9     
J Baconb Tomlin52     
+GH Wattsb Tomlin27     
TSW Thomaslbw b Elsey0     
SB Prestb Elsey0     
M Bellamyc Chambers b Elsey4     
DM Haywardrun out23     
HL Gardnerc Hansell b Tomlin0     
WR Thomasst Greenwood b Marshall18     
RS Hicksc Hansell b Elsey0     
W Bryannot out14     
Extras(7 b, 3 nb, 1 w)11
Total(all out, 69.3 overs)158
Fall of wickets:
1-?, 2-?, 3-?, 4-?, 5-?, 6-?, 7-109, 8-138, 9-138, 10-158 (69.3 ov)
Northumberland bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-Balls
Elsey31   12575-3
Tomlin24   84631-
Clayton5   080--

Cambridgeshire second innings (following on)RunsBallsMins4s6s
*FK Robinsonc Gillespie b Elsey2     
WR Thomasb Elsey2     
J Baconc Tomlin b Elsey15     
+GH Wattsb Elsey8     
TSW Thomasb Tomlin3     
SB Prestb Elsey7     
DM Haywardnot out16     
HL Gardnerb Tomlin1     
M Bellamyb Elsey3     
W Bryanc Elsey b Tomlin4     
RS Hicksb Tomlin4     
Extras(4 b, 3 nb, 1 w)8
Total(all out, 37 overs)73
Fall of wickets:
1-9, 2-29, 3-?, 4-?, 5-?, 6-?, 7-?, 8-?, 9-53, 10-73 (37 ov)
Northumberland bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-Balls
Tomlin19   73041-
Elsey18   8356-3

--> J Bacon made his debut in Minor Counties Championship matches
--> SB Prest made his debut in Minor Counties Championship matches
--> HL Gardner made his debut in Minor Counties Championship matches
--> SB Prest made his last appearance in Minor Counties Championship matches
--> RGE Mortimer (1) passed 1000 runs in Minor Counties Championship matches when he reached 8
--> J Hansell (1) passed his previous highest score of 103 in Minor Counties Championship matches
--> J Hansell (1) passed 1500 runs in Minor Counties Championship matches when he reached 76
--> SP Bell (1) passed 500 runs in Minor Counties Championship matches when he reached 14
--> DM Hayward reached 150 wickets in Minor Counties Championship matches when taking his 1st wicket in the Northumberland first innings

This card comes from the Minor Counties Research Project - research is continuing on this scorecard which can be expected to change.
Northumberland won by an innings and 112 runs on the second day after Cambridgeshire followed on 185 runs behind.
The margin of victory was the largest of the season. Press reports indicate that heavy overnight rain made the wicket difficult for the batsmen on the second day. For the winners, Hansell scored 133 in 2 hours and 40 minutes, an innings which included 11 fours, 2 threes and 13 twos. Elsey took 11 wickets in the match for 92 runs. For the losers, Bacon's 52 contained 5 fours. Prest kept wicket for Cambridgeshire when Watts bowled. In the Northumberland innings when he had scored 8 runs, Mortimer reached the career milestone of one thousand runs in championship matches.
[Missing: Part fall of wickets; time completed.]
Sources: Cambridge Chronicle 6 July; Cambridgeshire Weekly News 6 July; Newcastle Daily Chronicle 30 June, 2 July; Newcastle Daily Journal 30 June, 2 July; Newcastle Daily Leader 30 June, 2 July; The Sportsman 29,30 June, 2 July.





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