Northamptonshire v Surrey Second XI
Minor Counties Championship 1903
VenueCounty Ground, Northampton on 3rd, 4th June 1903 (2-day match)
Balls per over6
TossSurrey Second XI won the toss and decided to bat
ResultNorthamptonshire won by 6 wickets
PointsNorthamptonshire 3; Surrey Second XI 0
UmpiresD Bookless, JT Parnham
Close of play day 1Surrey Second XI (2) 36/1 (Goatly 12*, Smith 0*)

Surrey Second XI first inningsRunsBallsMins4s6s
JH Moulderc and b Thompson5      
EG Goatlyb East51      
*E Wiltshirelbw b Thompson18      
LMH Gooderc Horton b Mold10      
+F Stedmanb East8      
WE Davisretired hurt0      
HP Clodenot out46      
W Montgomeryb Thompson8      
C Kenwardb Thompson0      
T Kersleyb Thompson0      
WC Smithc Papillon b East9      
Extras(3 b, 4 lb)7
Total(all out, 41.3 overs)162
Fall of wickets:
1-6, 2-56, 3-91, 4-91, 5-107, 6-143, 7-153, 8-153, 9-162 (41.3 ov)
Northamptonshire bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-Balls
Thompson14   1445--
Mold11   2501--
Hawkins4   1130--

Northamptonshire first inningsRunsBallsMins4s6s
HE Kingstonc Stedman b Gooder1      
GK Papillonb Kenward38      
GJ Thompsonc Montgomery b Kersley1      
M Coxc Gooder b Kersley6      
CJT Poolb Gooder0      
*T Hortonb Gooder73      
W Eastlbw b Smith8      
FC Cockerillc Stedman b Smith11      
+BC Smithc Stedman b Montgomery10      
H Hawkinsrun out2      
AW Moldnot out3      
Extras(7 b)7
Total(all out, 68.3 overs)160
Fall of wickets:
1-2, 2-3, 3-19, 4-20, 5-74, 6-98, 7-110, 8-?, 9-152, 10-160 (68.3 ov)
Surrey Second XI bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-Balls
Kersley18   7392--
Kenward5   0121--
Clode5   2110--
Smith6   0242--
Montgomery5   0151--

Surrey Second XI second inningsRunsBallsMins4s6s
EG Goatlyc Mold b East54      
W Montgomeryb Thompson23      
WC Smithc Mold b East3      
*E Wiltshirelbw b East0      
JH Moulderc Papillon b Thompson21      
HP Clodec Kingston b Thompson9      
+F Stedmanc Papillon b Thompson2      
LMH Gooderc Papillon b Mold16      
C Kenwardc Papillon b Mold9      
T Kersleynot out0      
WE Davisabsent hurt
Extras(2 b, 1 lb, 1 nb)4
Total(all out, 45 overs)141
Fall of wickets:
1-?, 2-44, 3-44, 4-77, 5-92, 6-96, 7-121, 8-137, 9-141 (45 ov)
Northamptonshire bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-Balls
Thompson19   3654-1
East13   3303--
Mold12   2342--
Kingston1   080--

Northamptonshire second inningsRunsBallsMins4s6s
GK Papillonb Kersley6      
HE Kingstonlbw b Kenward40      
M Coxb Gooder5      
CJT Poolc Kersley b Clode59      
GJ Thompsonnot out19      
*T Hortonnot out10      
W Eastdid not bat      
FC Cockerilldid not bat      
+BC Smithdid not bat      
H Hawkinsdid not bat      
AW Molddid not bat      
Extras(7 b)7
Total(4 wickets, 42 overs)146
Fall of wickets:
1-15, 2-20, 3-73, 4-129
Surrey Second XI bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-Balls
Gooder12   0371--
Kersley8   1141--
Kenward6   0201--
Montgomery5   0250--
Smith4   0150--
Clode7   1281--

--> EG Goatly (1) passed his previous highest score of 34 in Minor Counties Championship matches
--> EG Goatly (2) passed his previous highest score of 51 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.
Northamptonshire won by 6 wickets at 3.45 pm on the second day. It was the first time Northamptonshire had defeated Surrey 2nd XI at Northampton in this the fifth season that the sides had met in championship fixtures. For the winners, there was 1 six and 8 fours in Horton's 73 and 5 fours in Pool's 59. The 4 catches held by Papillon in the Surrey second innings equalled the Championship record achieved on 11 previous occasions. The five catches he held in the match were the most in the season, equalled by two others. For the losers, there was 1 five and 4 fours, and 5 fours respectively in Goatly's two innings of 51 and 54. In the Surrey 2nd XI first innings Davis was hit in the face by a rising ball from East and was forced to retire from the match.
[Missing: In Surrey second innings fall of first wicket; in Northamptonshire first innings fall of eighth wicket.]
Sources: Northampton Herald 6 June; Northampton Mercury 5 June; Northampton Daily Chronicle 3,4 June; Northampton Daily Reporter 3,4 June; Surrey Year Book 1903, p 117; The Sportsman 4,5 June.





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