Durham v Northumberland
Minor Counties Championship 1912
VenueRopery Lane, Chester-le-Street on 5th, 6th August 1912 (2-day match)
Balls per over6
TossNorthumberland won the toss and decided to bat
ResultNorthumberland won by an innings and 126 runs
PointsDurham 0; Northumberland 5
UmpiresB Brown, M Myers
Close of play day 1Northumberland (1) 99/2 (Stanger-Leathes 36*, Morrison 0*)

Northumberland first inningsRunsBallsMins4s6s
CF Stanger-Leatheslbw b Parkin52     
WW Meldonst Common b Hendren40     
DV Norburylbw b Adamson14     
+JSF Morrisonc Common b Parkin1     
FW Gillespieb Morris12     
O Richardsonb Morris6     
GL Huntingc and b Morris52     
GC Winghamst Common b Hendren56     
*SP Bellb Parkin11     
CM Skinnernot out1     
GT Milneb Parkin1     
Extras(9 b, 4 lb, 1 nb)14
Total(all out, 71 overs)260
Fall of wickets:
1-80, 2-99, 3-101, 4-124, 5-128, 6-142, 7-230, 8-231, 9-254, 10-260 (71 ov)
Durham bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-Balls
Morris27   41003--
Parkin28   5854-1
Hendren8   4182--
Adamson8   0431--

Durham first inningsRunsBallsMins4s6s
*CY Adamsonc Stanger-Leathes b Milne15     
H Brooksc and b Milne5     
C Brooksc Stanger-Leathes b Milne11     
D Hendrenc Norbury b Milne16     
AP Ashleyb Wingham1     
EL Squanceb Wingham11     
GW Breednot out6     
+JJ Commonb Wingham0     
J Bewickst Morrison b Milne0     
CH Parkinst Morrison b Wingham2     
A Morrisb Milne1     
Extras(1 b, 1 nb)2
Total(all out, 34.3 overs)70
Fall of wickets:
1-7, 2-30, 3-32, 4-36, 5-60, 6-60, 7-61, 8-64, 9-69, 10-70 (34.3 ov)
Northumberland bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-Balls
Norbury6   2160-1
Wingham11   3194--

Durham second innings (following on)RunsBallsMins4s6s
*CY Adamsonc Hunting b Milne6     
GW Breedc and b Wingham1     
H Brooksc Meldon b Milne22     
C Brooksb Milne0     
D Hendrenc Bell b Wingham18     
AP Ashleylbw b Wingham1     
EL Squancec Gillespie b Milne0     
+JJ Commonst Morrison b Milne15     
J Bewickc Meldon b Wingham0     
CH Parkinnot out1     
A Morrisc Meldon b Milne0     
Total(all out, 34 overs)64
Fall of wickets:
1-3, 2-13, 3-21, 4-36, 5-38, 6-39, 7-63, 8-63, 9-63, 10-64 (34 ov)
Northumberland bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-Balls
Wingham17   4384--
Milne17   5266--

--> JSF Morrison made his debut in Minor Counties Championship matches
--> C Brooks made his last appearance in Minor Counties Championship matches
--> J Bewick made his last appearance in Minor Counties Championship matches
--> GL Hunting (1) passed his previous highest score of 47 in Minor Counties Championship matches
--> GC Wingham (1) passed his previous highest score of 33 in Minor Counties Championship matches
--> EL Squance (1) passed his previous highest score of 10 in Minor Counties Championship matches
--> JJ Common (2) equalled his previous highest score of 15 in Minor Counties Championship matches
--> GC Wingham achieved his best innings bowling analysis in Minor Counties Championship matches in the Durham first innings (previous best was 3-25)

This card comes from the Minor Counties Research Project - research is continuing on this scorecard which can be expected to change.
Durham CCC scorebook with thanks to Brian Hunt
Northumberland won this return match by an innings and 126 runs on the second day, after Durham had followed on 190 runs behind on first innings. It was their first win in Durham since 1891. The match between the two sides at Jesmond in May had been drawn. Rain prevented play on the first day until 5.20 pm. On the second day Durham were bowled out twice in less than three hours on a pitch that "afforded the bowlers substantial assistance". For the winners, Milne took 12 wickets in the match for 59 runs, his best figures for the county over his long career (1901-25), including 6 for 33 in Durham's first innings and 6 for 26 in their second. Wingham took the remaining 8 wickets for 57. Wingham scored 56 including 1 six and 4 fours, Stanger-Leathes 52 containing 2 sixes and 4 fours, and Hunting 52 with 8 fours. In the Northumberland innings, Hunting and Wingham put on 88 runs for the seventh wicket. For Durham, H Brooks made the highest score with 22.
[Missing: Precise time completed.]
Sources: Durham scorebook; Newcastle Daily Journal 6,7 August; Northumberland Daily Chronicle 6,7 August; Cricket 10 August, p 415.





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