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Cambridgeshire v Hertfordshire
Minor Counties Championship 1900
VenueFP Fenner's Ground, Cambridge on 13th, 14th August 1900 (2-day match)
Balls per over6
TossCambridgeshire won the toss and decided to bat
ResultMatch drawn
PointsCambridgeshire 0; Hertfordshire 0
UmpiresJ Fordham, WT Westell
Close of play day 1Hertfordshire (1) 163/8 (Coleman 53*, Titchmarsh 0*)

Cambridgeshire first inningsRunsBallsMins4s6s
W Prestc Wales b Coleman15      
EB Darbyc Butcher b Marsh76      
+GH Wattsb Coleman0      
RS Swann-Masonb Coleman45      
E Briggsc Hill b White15      
DM Haywardc Marsh b Coleman2      
WR Thomasb White0      
VF de Lislenot out6      
FK Robinsonlbw b White7      
W Bryanc White b Coleman3      
*JH Widdicombeb Coleman0      
Extras(1 b)1
Total(all out, 68.2 overs)170
Fall of wickets:
1-27, 2-27, 3-114, 4-144, 5-154, 6-154, 7-154, 8-161, 9-170, 10-170 (68.2 ov)
Hertfordshire bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-Balls
White19   6303--
Coleman28.23696--
Kentish7   0190--
Marsh5   2151--
Cassavetti4   0170--
Golding5   0190--

Hertfordshire first inningsRunsBallsMins4s6s
AJ Goldingb Hayward4      
+EH Walesc Watts b Hayward20      
HE Whitelbw b Hayward1      
*A Butcherb Hayward26      
HJ Hillb Bryan3      
DJ Cassavettib Bryan4      
H Highleyc Thomas b Briggs25      
WE Colemanrun out64      
WH Marshb Watts17      
CH Titchmarshc Thomas b Bryan10      
GH Kentishnot out8      
Extras(9 b, 1 nb)10
Total(all out, 78.2 overs)192
Fall of wickets:
1-5, 2-9, 3-42, 4-45, 5-49, 6-84, 7-115, 8-156, 9-179, 10-192 (78.2 ov)
Cambridgeshire bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-Balls
Bryan33.213593--
Hayward32   5844-1
Briggs5   0191--
Swann-Mason6   0120--
Watts2   081--

Cambridgeshire second inningsRunsBallsMins4s6s
*JH Widdicombeb White17      
EB Darbyb Coleman15      
+GH Wattsb Coleman10      
E Briggsrun out67      
W Prestb Kentish21      
RS Swann-Masonc Butcher b Kentish40      
DM Haywardc Golding b Kentish1      
WR Thomasnot out37      
FK Robinsonc Marsh b Coleman6      
VF de Lislenot out8      
W Bryandid not bat      
Extras(8 b, 2 lb, 2 w)12
Total(8 wickets, declared, 84 overs)234
Fall of wickets:
1-25, 2-37, 3-45, 4-97, 5-170, 6-174, 7-174, 8-181
Hertfordshire bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-Balls
White22   5751--
Coleman30   12773--
Marsh5   1150--
Kentish23   94931-
Highley4   1601-

Hertfordshire second inningsRunsBallsMins4s6s
WH Marshb Bryan6      
WE Colemanc Darby b Bryan6      
*A Butcherc Prest b Hayward8      
HJ Hillb Swann-Mason60      
+EH Walesc Watts b Hayward13      
HE Whitenot out26      
AJ Goldingdid not bat      
DJ Cassavettidid not bat      
H Highleydid not bat      
CH Titchmarshdid not bat      
GH Kentishdid not bat      
Extras(2 b, 1 lb, 1 nb)4
Total(5 wickets, 36.4 overs)123
Fall of wickets:
1-11, 2-21, 3-21, 4-47, 5-123 (36.4 ov)
Cambridgeshire bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-Balls
Bryan13   5252--
Hayward15   2462-1
Watts5   0310--
Widdicombe2   0140--
Thomas1   100--
Swann-Mason0.4031--

Notes
--> EB Darby made his debut in Minor Counties Championship matches
--> RS Swann-Mason (1) passed his previous highest score of 33 in Minor Counties Championship matches
--> VF de Lisle made his debut in Minor Counties Championship matches
--> CH Titchmarsh made his debut in Minor Counties Championship matches
--> GH Kentish made his debut in Minor Counties Championship matches
--> E Briggs (2) passed his previous highest score of 26 in Minor Counties Championship matches
--> JH Widdicombe (2) passed his previous highest score of 15 in Minor Counties Championship matches
--> HJ Hill (2) passed 500 runs in Minor Counties Championship matches when he reached 29
--> E Briggs made his debut for Cambridgeshire in Minor Counties Championship matches

This card comes from the Minor Counties Research Project - research is continuing on this scorecard which can be expected to change.
This return fixture was drawn, after Hertfordshire had been set a victory target of 213 runs in an hour and three quarters. The game between the two sides at Watford in July had also been drawn. For Cambridgeshire, there were 7 fours in Darby's 76 and 3 fours in Briggs's 67. In the Cambridgeshire second innings, Thomas and de Lisle had an unbroken partnership for the ninth wicket of 53. Coleman's 64 for Hertfordshire contained 3 fours and Hill's 60 included 4 fours.
[Missing: Complete.]
Sources: Hertfordshire Scorebook; Cambridgeshire Weekly News 17 August; Herts Advertiser 18 August; Watford Observer 18 August.

 

 

 

 

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