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Cambridgeshire v Bedfordshire
Minor Counties Championship 1901
VenueFP Fenner's Ground, Cambridge on 19th, 20th August 1901 (2-day match)
Balls per over6
TossCambridgeshire won the toss and decided to bat
ResultCambridgeshire won by 12 runs
PointsCambridgeshire 1; Bedfordshire -1
UmpiresCE Bartram, R Humphrey
Close of play day 1Bedfordshire (1) 130/3 (HR Orr 64*, Brown 1*)

Cambridgeshire first inningsRunsBallsMins4s6s
DM Haywardb Brown51     
*JH Widdicombec Pollitt b Parbury29     
RS Swann-Masonb Thring75     
+GH Wattsc Hawksley b Parbury18     
JB Hobbsrun out5     
WR Thomasb Hawksley16     
AJ Richc and b Thring0     
HC Tebbuttc Gregory b Thring10     
VF de Lislenot out16     
RS Hicksc Pope b Thring0     
W Bryanb Hawksley2     
Extras(18 b, 1 nb)19
Total(all out, 91.1 overs)241
Fall of wickets:
1-31, 2-125, 3-160, 4-176, 5-209, 6-211, 7-213, 8-237, 9-237, 10-241 (91.1 ov)
Bedfordshire bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-Balls
Brown29   6711--
Parbury28   2872--
Hawksley17.14352-1
Thring17   3294--

Bedfordshire first inningsRunsBallsMins4s6s
FG Brooksb Hayward7     
G Pollittc Tebbutt b Bryan41     
*HR Orrb Hayward81     
LCR Thringc Hayward b Bryan6     
TA Brownc Thomas b Hayward20     
RFA Orrc Hobbs b Hayward15     
BL Peelb Bryan21     
CG Popeb Hayward5     
JFD Hawksleylbw b Hayward4     
L Parburyc Widdicombe b Bryan0     
+EBW Gregorynot out13     
Extras(7 b, 8 lb)15
Total(all out, 82.5 overs)228
Fall of wickets:
1-14, 2-107, 3-124, 4-157, 5-178, 6-185, 7-199, 8-211, 9-215, 10-228 (82.5 ov)
Cambridgeshire bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-Balls
Bryan33.56794--
Hayward37   9906--
Swann-Mason9   1320--
Thomas3   0120--

Cambridgeshire second inningsRunsBallsMins4s6s
HC Tebbuttc Brown b Parbury7     
*JH Widdicombec Brooks b Parbury8     
VF de Lisleb Brown3     
RS Swann-Masonb Thring3     
+GH Wattsb Brown13     
JB Hobbsb Thring0     
WR Thomaslbw b Thring10     
AJ Richb Thring11     
DM Haywardrun out11     
RS Hicksc and b Thring2     
W Bryannot out2     
Extras(5 b)5
Total(all out, 28.3 overs)75
Fall of wickets:
1-11, 2-17, 3-21, 4-29, 5-33, 6-37, 7-55, 8-58, 9-68, 10-75 (28.3 ov)
Bedfordshire bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-Balls
Brown14   4342--
Parbury5   0232--
Thring9.33135--

Bedfordshire second inningsRunsBallsMins4s6s
G Pollittb Hayward0     
FG Brooksb Hayward18     
+EBW Gregorylbw b Hayward2     
*HR Orrb Bryan21     
LCR Thringc and b Hayward5     
TA Brownlbw b Hayward0     
RFA Orrb Hayward0     
BL Peelb Bryan4     
CG Popenot out11     
JFD Hawksleyb Bryan0     
L Parburyb Bryan6     
Extras(5 b, 3 lb, 1 nb)9
Total(all out, 28 overs)76
Fall of wickets:
1-0, 2-3, 3-32, 4-40, 5-40, 6-44, 7-57, 8-57, 9-58, 10-76 (28 ov)
Cambridgeshire bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-Balls
Hayward14   4356-1
Bryan14   2324--

Notes
--> DM Hayward (1) passed 1000 runs in Minor Counties Championship matches when he reached 37
--> JH Widdicombe (1) passed his previous highest score of 22 in Minor Counties Championship matches
--> RS Swann-Mason (1) passed his previous highest score of 45 in Minor Counties Championship matches
--> W Bryan (1) passed 500 runs in Minor Counties Championship matches when he reached 1
--> HR Orr (1) passed his previous highest score of 72 in Minor Counties Championship matches
--> LCR Thring achieved his best innings bowling analysis in Minor Counties Championship matches in the Cambridgeshire first innings (previous best was 4-41)
--> LCR Thring achieved his best innings bowling analysis in Minor Counties Championship matches in the Cambridgeshire second innings (previous best was 4-29)

This card comes from the Minor Counties Research Project - research is continuing on this scorecard which can be expected to change.
Cambridgeshire won by 12 runs.
In this return game Bedfordshire required 89 runs to win in 150 minutes.
The match between the two sides at Bedford in July had been drawn.
For the winners Hayward took 12 wickets for 125 runs in the game, and Bryan 8 for 111.
There were 2 fours in Swann-Mason's 75, scored in 135 minutes, and 4 fours in Hayward's 51.
For Bedfordshire, Orr's 81 included 10 fours.
Press reports indicate the pitch was breaking up on the afternoon of the second day.
[Missing: Time completed.]
Sources: Cambridge Chronicle 23 August; Cambridgeshire Weekly News 23 August; Bedfordshire Standard 23 August; The Sportsman 20,21 August.

 

 

 

 

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