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Northamptonshire v Durham
Minor Counties Championship 1896
VenueCounty Ground, Northampton on 27th, 28th May 1896 (2-day match)
Balls per over5
TossNorthamptonshire won the toss and decided to bat
ResultNorthamptonshire won by an innings and 56 runs
PointsNorthamptonshire 1; Durham -1
Close of play day 1Durham (1) 39/2 (JF Whitwell 18*, Crosby 7*)

Northamptonshire first inningsRunsBallsMins4s6s
GH Colsonb Gregory44  7- 
WH Kingstonc Gregory b Anderson4  -- 
CJT Poolc Middlemiss b Gregory157  20- 
+BC Smithc Nichol b Gregory32  4- 
*T Hortonb Gregory4  1- 
GJ Thompsonc Middlemiss b Crosby31  3- 
W Eastb Middlemiss8  1- 
CC Marshallc Crosby b Gregory5  1- 
E Scrivenb Lee38  4- 
CC Ealesb WF Whitwell13  1- 
F Smithnot out33  3- 
Extras(32 b, 9 lb, 2 w)43
Total(all out, 107.2 overs)412
Fall of wickets:
1-18, 2-89, 3-163, 4-171, 5-252, 6-273, 7-298, 8-323, 9-350, 10-412 (107.2 ov)
Durham bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-Balls
Anderson20   46511-
WF Whitwell23   56711-
Nichol11   1430--
Gregory27   11055--
Middlemiss20   3651--
Crosby6   1241--
Lee0.2001--

Durham first inningsRunsBallsMins4s6s
JF Whitwellb Thompson53  6- 
CY Adamsonb Thompson0  -- 
JT Smithb Thompson10  -- 
AB Crosbyb F Smith35  4- 
G Middlemissb Thompson5  -- 
*WF Whitwellc Eales b Thompson8  -- 
J Leeb Colson15  1- 
J Gregoryb East58  7- 
D Nicholnot out7  1- 
W Andersonb Colson9     
+T Lambertabsent hurt
Extras(14 b, 2 lb)16
Total(all out, 66.2 overs)216
Fall of wickets:
1-5, 2-23, 3-84, 4-97, 5-111, 6-124, 7-196, 8-200, 9-216 (66.2 ov)
Northamptonshire bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-Balls
Thompson21   8525--
F Smith21   2871--
Colson12.24372--
East12   4241--

Durham second innings (following on)RunsBallsMins4s6s
JF Whitwellb Thompson22  1- 
AB Crosbyc Marshall b Eales8  1- 
CY Adamsonrun out40  4- 
*WF Whitwellc Horton b Thompson4  -- 
J Leec Horton b Thompson17  3- 
G Middlemissb Thompson7  1- 
J Gregorynot out22  1- 
JT Smithb F Smith3  -- 
D Nicholb F Smith0  -- 
W Andersonb Eales10  1- 
+T Lambertabsent hurt
Extras(5 b, 2 lb)7
Total(all out, 65.4 overs)140
Fall of wickets:
1-14, 2-50, 3-56, 4-92, 5-99, 6-100, 7-123, 8-127, 9-140 (65.4 ov)
Northamptonshire bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-Balls
Thompson27   11504--
Eales18.45432--
F Smith20   7402--

Notes
--> GH Colson (1) passed his previous highest score of 12 in Minor Counties Championship matches
--> CJT Pool made his debut in Minor Counties Championship matches
--> W East made his debut in Minor Counties Championship matches
--> CC Marshall made his debut in Minor Counties Championship matches
--> E Scriven (1) passed his previous highest score of 15 in Minor Counties Championship matches
--> J Gregory (1) passed his previous highest score of 39 in Minor Counties Championship matches
--> J Lee (2) equalled his previous highest score of 17 in Minor Counties Championship matches
--> GJ Thompson 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
Source: Durham CCC scorebook with thanks to Brian Hunt
This match counted for Northamptonshire in Championship - but not Durham who did not qualify (individual records count)
Northamptonshire won by an innings on the second day, after Durham followed-on 196 runs behind. The debutant Pool scored 157 for the winners, an innings containing 20 fours, 1 three and 11 twos, scored in 3 hours. It was a new record for the competition, exceeding the 153 scored by J W Welford for Durham v Staffordshire at Stoke-on-Trent in July the previous year.
Pool was to lose his record to H K Foster of Worcestershire, who was to beat the record twice in July. In the home team's innings, Scriven and F Smith added 62 runs for the last wicket. The innings total of 412 was equal highest of the season to their own 412-7 declared v Northumberland at Northampton. Gregory's 58 for the losers included 1 five and 7 fours and J F Whitwell's 53 contained 6 fours. For Durham the first innings partnership of 72 runs between Lee and Gregory was the highest of the season for the seventh wicket. The 43 extras conceded in the Northamptonshire innings were the most both in an innings and in a match during the season. When the Northamptonshire score was 293-6 wickets, Lambert, the Durham wicket-keeper, was hit by a rising ball from Crosby and was forced to retire with a damaged hand. He was unable to bat in either Durham innings and J F Whitwell took his place behind the stumps. By arranging 8 Championship matches, Northamptonshire qualified for inclusion in the Competition Table for the first time.
[Missing: Umpires;time completed.]
Sources: Northamptonshire Scorebook; Durham Scorebook; Northampton Daily Reporter 27,28 May; Northampton Herald 30 May; Newcastle Daily Journal 28,29 May; The Sportsman 28,29 May; Sporting Life 28,29 May.

 

 

 

 

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