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Suffolk v Lincolnshire
Minor Counties Championship 1909 (East Division)
VenuePortman Road, Ipswich on 2nd, 3rd August 1909 (2-day match)
Balls per over6
TossSuffolk won the toss and decided to bat
ResultLincolnshire won by 7 wickets
PointsSuffolk 0; Lincolnshire 5
Close of play day 1Suffolk (2) 3/1 (Walters 0*, Hoyland 2*)

Suffolk first inningsRunsBallsMins4s6s
OHA Waltersc Cooke b Riley14     
W Quaifec and b Day10     
FTD Wilsonb Riley14     
K Raynorc Crookes b Riley0     
CS Wilsonc Allen b Riley1     
*FH Mustardc Thompson b Riley1     
H Hoylandc Foster b Riley19     
W Penfoldc Foster b Cooke7     
JF Irelandb Cooke1     
+PP Cornellrun out2     
FG Trudgettnot out0     
Extras(? b, 0 lb, 3 nb, 0 w)13
Total(all out, 37.5 overs)82
Fall of wickets:
1-35, 2-45, 3-45, 4-48, 5-50, 6-54, 7-?, 8-77, 9-?, 10-82 (37.5 ov)
Lincolnshire bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-Balls
Cooke13   2302-2
Geeson8   470--
Day6   1161--
Riley10.56166-1

Lincolnshire first inningsRunsBallsMins4s6s
CG Wardc and b Raynor29     
JW Dayc Ireland b Penfold11     
ET Cookec Ireland b Penfold10     
T Hedworthc and b Penfold0     
*WE Thompsonst Cornell b Penfold27     
EE Rileyrun out28     
RE Williamsc Walters b Ireland3     
JE Crookesc CS Wilson b Penfold7     
AW Fosterc CS Wilson b Penfold0     
F Geesonrun out0     
+GJ Allennot out5     
Extras6
Total(all out, 56.1 overs)126
Fall of wickets:
1-35, 2-51, 3-51, 4-51, 5-80, 6-87, 7-?, 8-?, 9-?, 10-126 (56.1 ov)
Suffolk bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-Balls
Penfold27.14526--
Trudgett15   5320--
Raynor7   1191--
Ireland7   0171--

Suffolk second inningsRunsBallsMins4s6s
OHA Waltersc Allen b Day20     
W Quaifeb Cooke1     
H Hoylandb Riley12     
FTD Wilsonb Geeson11     
JF Irelandc Allen b Riley29     
K Raynorlbw b Day8     
CS Wilsonrun out4     
*FH Mustardlbw b Geeson11     
W Penfoldb Riley3     
+PP Cornellb Geeson3     
FG Trudgettnot out0     
Extras7
Total(all out, 65.2 overs)109
Fall of wickets:
1-1, 2-16, 3-42, 4-46, 5-77, 6-85, 7-91, 8-100, 9-109, 10-109 (65.2 ov)
Lincolnshire bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-Balls
Cooke8   4121--
Geeson25.27273--
Riley17   7313--
Day15   3322--

Lincolnshire second inningsRunsBallsMins4s6s
CG Wardnot out41     
JW Dayc Penfold b Ireland6     
ET Cookec and b Ireland2     
T Hedworthc Ireland b Penfold10     
*WE Thompsonnot out8     
EE Rileydid not bat      
RE Williamsdid not bat      
JE Crookesdid not bat      
AW Fosterdid not bat      
F Geesondid not bat      
+GJ Allendid not bat      
Extras0
Total(3 wickets, 22.3 overs)67
Fall of wickets:
1-22, 2-28, 3-?
Suffolk bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-Balls
Penfold11   1281--
Trudgett2   0110--
Ireland7   1172--
FTD Wilson2   070--
Mustard0.3040--

Notes
--> W Quaife made his last appearance in Minor Counties Championship matches
--> H Hoyland made his debut in Minor Counties Championship matches
--> EE Riley achieved his best innings bowling analysis in Minor Counties Championship matches in the Suffolk first innings (previous best was 6-73)

This card comes from the Minor Counties Research Project - research is continuing on this scorecard which can be expected to change.
Lincolnshire won this return match by seven wickets mid-afternoon on the second day. The match between the two sides at Lincoln at the beginning of June ended as a draw. There were several rain interruptions on the first day. For the winners, Ward top-scored with 41 not out. On the first day Ireland arrived after lunch so batted down the order for Suffolk. During the Lincolnshire first innings Penfold suffered a sprain when bowling and retired temporarily before returning to bowl again at a slower pace. A crowd of 400 was estimated to be present on the first day and over 150 on the second. The match receipts of over 12. 13s.0d were a record for a Suffolk match.
[Missing: Umpires; extras breakdown; in Suffolk first innings fall of seventh and ninth wickets; in Lincolnshire first innings fall of seventh, eighth and ninth wickets; in Lincolnshire second innings fall of third wicket;
precise time completed.]
Sources: East Anglian Daily Times 3,4 August; Eastern Daily Press 3,4 August; Grantham Journal 7 August; Lincolnshire Free Press 10 August; The Sportsman 3,4 August; Cricket 19 August, p 350.

 

 

 

 

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