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Hertfordshire v Buckinghamshire
Minor Counties Championship 1897
VenuePark Avenue, Watford on 23rd, 24th July 1897 (2-day match)
Balls per over5
TossBuckinghamshire won the toss and decided to bat
ResultMatch drawn
PointsHertfordshire 0; Buckinghamshire 0
Close of play day 1Hertfordshire (1) 1/1 (H Pigg 0*)

Buckinghamshire first inningsRunsBallsMins4s6s
CRH Gressonb Woods30     
JT Weatherbyb Titchmarsh49     
J Saundersc Morgan b Ward35     
MW Wrightc Coleman b Ward10     
CM Woodbridgec White b Titchmarsh15     
SD Maulc Woods b Field27     
FT Higgins-Bernardc Butcher b Field53     
*PJ de Paravicinib Coleman120     
JH Weatherbyb Field40     
+CE Cobbnot out38     
G Nashrun out6     
Extras(27 b, 8 lb, 1 w)36
Total(all out, 126.3 overs)459
Fall of wickets:
1-76, 2-105, 3-105, 4-136, 5-181, 6-195, 7-367, 8-389, 9-447, 10-459 (126.3 ov)
Hertfordshire bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-Balls
White17   0620--
Woods22   3711--
Titchmarsh29   11672--
Coleman12   1601--
Ward19   63521-
Morgan8   0300--
Field17   0773--
C Pigg2.30210--

Hertfordshire first inningsRunsBallsMins4s6s
*A Butcherb Wright1     
H Piggb Wright20     
HE Whitec Woodbridge b Nash18     
C Piggnot out45     
F Fieldb Nash0     
CL Morganb Woodbridge38     
VA Titchmarshb Wright39     
AS Wardc JH Weatherby b Nash1     
+GEB Pritchettc Cobb b Nash0     
J Woodsc JT Weatherby b Wright3     
WE Colemanc JH Weatherby b Nash41     
Extras(10 b, 4 lb)14
Total(all out, 100.2 overs)220
Fall of wickets:
1-1, 2-32, 3-44, 4-45, 5-95, 6-147, 7-148, 8-148, 9-150, 10-220 (100.2 ov)
Buckinghamshire bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-Balls
Nash44.213895--
Wright48   21944--
Woodbridge6   2181--
de Paravicini2   050--

Hertfordshire second innings (following on)RunsBallsMins4s6s
WE Colemanst Cobb b Nash0     
C Piggc Cobb b Nash12     
*A Butcherc Wright b Saunders11     
HE Whitec Gresson b Woodbridge39     
CL Morganc Gresson b Wright37     
H Piggnot out13     
VA Titchmarshnot out15     
F Fielddid not bat      
AS Warddid not bat      
+GEB Pritchettdid not bat      
J Woodsdid not bat      
Extras(3 b, 4 lb, 1 nb)8
Total(5 wickets, 65 overs)135
Fall of wickets:
1-0, 2-17, 3-60, 4-85, 5-110
Buckinghamshire bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-Balls
Nash25   12482--
Wright19   12251--
de Paravicini6   3110--
JH Weatherby3   0120--
Woodbridge9   3171-1
Saunders3   1141--

Notes
--> JT Weatherby (1) passed his previous highest score of 23 in Minor Counties Championship matches
--> SD Maul made his debut in Minor Counties Championship matches
--> FT Higgins-Bernard (1) passed his previous highest score of 28 in Minor Counties Championship matches
--> PJ de Paravicini (1) passed his previous highest score of 108 in Minor Counties Championship matches
--> CE Cobb (1) passed his previous highest score of 34 in Minor Counties Championship matches
--> C Pigg (1) passed his previous highest score of 38 in Minor Counties Championship matches
--> CL Morgan made his debut in Minor Counties Championship matches
--> WE Coleman (1) passed his previous highest score of 27 in Minor Counties Championship matches
--> HE White (2) passed 500 runs in Minor Counties Championship matches when he reached 27
--> F Field achieved his best innings bowling analysis in Minor Counties Championship matches in the Buckinghamshire first innings (previous best was 1-19)

This card comes from the Minor Counties Research Project
This match was drawn after Hertfordshire followed on 239 runs behind. Buckinghamshire's innings of 459 having lasted six hours and under the rules of cricket in operation at the time, declarations could not be made on the first day. At the beginning of the visitors' innings, Gresson retired with an injured thumb, and he returned to bat after the fall of the second wicket. For Buckinghamshire, there were 15 fours, 6 threes and 10 twos in de Paravicini's 120, scored in 105 minutes. Higgins-Bernard's 53 contained 3 fours. In the Buckinghamshire innings, Higgins-Bernard and de Paravicini put on 172 runs for the seventh wicket, which was a new record for the competition, exceeding the 109 added in the Berkshire first innings by A C M Croome and F W Finch v Hertfordshire at Reading in 1895. J H Weatherby and Cobb put on 58 runs for the ninth wicket. In the Hertfordshire first innings, C Pigg and Coleman put on 70 runs for the last wicket. When it became clear a draw was inevitable, the match ended early to ensure the visitors caught their train. The Buckinghamshire innings of 459 was the second highest of the season and a new record for the Championship until surpassed later in the season by Berkshire against Hertfordshire at St Albans in August. The match aggregate of 814 runs was the second highest of the season.
[Missing: Umpires.]
Sources: Hertfordshire Scorebook; Watford Observer 31 July; Bucks Advertiser 31 July; Bucks Herald 31 July; South Bucks Free Press 30 July.

 

 

 

 

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