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Northumberland v Durham
Minor Counties Championship 1911 (North and East Division)
VenueOsborne Avenue, Jesmond on 5th, 6th June 1911 (2-day match)
Balls per over6
TossNorthumberland won the toss and decided to bat
ResultMatch drawn
PointsNorthumberland 3; Durham 1
UmpiresS Atkinson, M Myers
Close of play day 1Durham (1) 173/7 (Bradford 64*)

Northumberland first inningsRunsBallsMins4s6s
CF Stanger-Leathesc Scott Owen b Harrison96  112 
*FW Gillespiec and b Cairns2  -- 
JS Nesbitc Hendren b Harrison34  3- 
J Gilmanc Hendren b Turnbull93  16- 
DV Norburyc Gore b Harrison2  -- 
O Richardsonb Cairns74  11- 
SW Andersonc C Brooks b Cairns24  21 
CM Skinnernot out13  2- 
GT Milneb Hendren20  3- 
+T Ullathorneb Hendren0  -- 
G Elseyb Hendren2  -- 
Extras(27 b)27
Total(all out, 76.1 overs)387
Fall of wickets:
1-4, 2-117, 3-154, 4-158, 5-293, 6-333, 7-360, 8-385, 9-385, 10-387 (76.1 ov)
Durham bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-Balls
Hendren19.11783--
Cairns23   1893--
C Brooks7   0750--
Harrison22   1953--
Turnbull5   0231--

Durham first inningsRunsBallsMins4s6s
C Brooksb Skinner6 101- 
H Brooksc Ullathorne b Milne10 152- 
TA Bradfordc Anderson b Elsey123  12- 
R Harrisonb Skinner5  1- 
+GP Goreb Milne2  -- 
D Hendrenc Gillespie b Norbury44  7- 
*CY Adamsonlbw b Milne30  5- 
J Turnbullc Milne b Skinner1  -- 
T Kinchnot out49  5- 
AL Scott Owenc Anderson b Gilman6  -- 
R Cairnsb Elsey9  -1 
Extras(9 b, 7 lb, 1 nb)17
Total(all out, 74.2 overs)302
Fall of wickets:
1-16, 2-16, 3-21, 4-23, 5-100, 6-172, 7-173, 8-275, 9-294, 10-302 (74.2 ov)
Northumberland bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-Balls
Skinner17   2613--
Milne18   2643--
Norbury16   1681--
Elsey10.20312-1
Gilman13   0611--

Northumberland second inningsRunsBallsMins4s6s
DV Norburyc Gore b Harrison7  -- 
CF Stanger-Leathesc Bradford b Cairns67  81 
JS Nesbitb Harrison22  4- 
J Gilmanb Hendren0  -- 
O Richardsonc Harrison b Cairns58  61 
SW Andersonst Gore b Hendren24  3- 
*FW Gillespiec Kinch b Cairns19  3- 
CM Skinnerc Scott Owen b Cairns1  -- 
GT Milnenot out5  -- 
+T Ullathornenot out3  -- 
G Elseydid not bat      
Extras(10 b, 5 lb)15
Total(8 wickets, declared, 49 overs)221
Fall of wickets:
1-20, 2-64, 3-65, 4-147, 5-178, 6-210, 7-213, 8-213
Durham bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-Balls
Harrison13   1632--
Hendren19   1692--
Cairns12   1474--
Turnbull5   0270--

Durham second inningsRunsBallsMins4s6s
*CY Adamsonb Norbury21 641- 
TA Bradfordb Milne36 305- 
T Kinchb Norbury11 102- 
R Harrisonnot out70  81 
D Hendrennot out62  71 
C Brooksdid not bat      
H Brooksdid not bat      
+GP Goredid not bat      
J Turnbulldid not bat      
AL Scott Owendid not bat      
R Cairnsdid not bat      
Extras(20 b, 2 lb)22
Total(3 wickets, 50 overs)222
Fall of wickets:
1-60 (Adamson), 2-75, 3-88
Northumberland bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-Balls
Skinner9   1400--
Norbury16   3382--
Milne13   1551--
Elsey4   1150--
Gilman5   0330--
Stanger-Leathes3   0190--

Notes
--> J Turnbull made his debut in Minor Counties Championship matches
--> R Cairns made his debut in Minor Counties Championship matches
--> AL Scott Owen made his last appearance in Minor Counties Championship matches
--> D Hendren (2) passed his previous highest score of 60 in Minor Counties Championship matches

Source: Durham CCC scorebook with thanks to Brian Hunt
Match drawn with Northumberland winning on first innings. Durham had been set 307 to win in 2 hours. For the home team, there were 2 sixes and 11 fours and 1 six and 8 fours respectively in Stanger-Leathes's two innings of 96 and 67. There were 7 fours and 1 six and 6 fours respectively in Richardson's two innings of 74 and 58. Gilman's 93 contained 15 fours. In the Northumberland first innings, Stanger-Leathes and Nesbit put on 113 runs for the second wicket, and Gilman and Richardson added 135 runs for the fifth wicket. For the visitors, Bradford's 123 included 12 fours, an innings of 2 hours. Harrison's 70 not out included 1 six and 8 fours and Hendren's 62 not out 1 six and 7 fours. In the Durham first innings Bradford and Kinch added 102 runs for the eighth wicket and in the second innings Harrison and Hendren put on an undefeated 134 for the fourth wicket. The attendance for the first day was nearly 5,000, a ground record at the time, and on the second day there were nearly 4,000 present, a ground record for a Whit Tuesday.
[Missing: Precise time completed.]
Sources: Durham Scorebook; Newcastle Daily Journal 6,7 June; Cricket 17 June, p 244.

 

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