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Buckinghamshire v Berkshire
Minor Counties Championship 1897
VenueWendover Road, Aylesbury on 13th, 14th August 1897 (2-day match)
Balls per over5
TossBerkshire won the toss and decided to bat
ResultBuckinghamshire won by 4 wickets
PointsBuckinghamshire 1; Berkshire -1
UmpiresR Barber, J Relf
Close of play day 1Buckinghamshire (1) 32/3 (Saunders 7*, Bird 6*)

Berkshire first inningsRunsBallsMins4s6s
LGA Collinsb Nash15     
FE Chapmanb Wright6     
DHBH Blundellb Nash0     
AH Delmé-Radcliffeb Wright26     
ER Morresc Stratton b Wright3     
*ACM Croomeb Allcock63     
A Daffenb Wright12     
H Barrettnot out41     
JWS Whebleb Stratton20     
+MJ Dauglishlbw b Nash4     
W Barkerc Higgins-Bernard b Wright24     
Extras(7 b)7
Total(all out, 101.1 overs)221
Fall of wickets:
1-21, 2-21, 3-21, 4-30, 5-78, 6-112, 7-130, 8-177, 9-184, 10-221 (101.1 ov)
Buckinghamshire bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-Balls
Wright45.125655--
Nash38   61063--
Allcock13   4261--
Stratton5   2171--

Buckinghamshire first inningsRunsBallsMins4s6s
CRH Gressonlbw b Barker15     
FT Higgins-Bernardb Barker1     
J Saundersb Barrett62     
MW Wrightb Barker4     
FN Birdb Barker10     
JW Strattonb Barker2     
FH Mitchellb Collins21     
*PJ de Paravicininot out84     
CH Allcockb Barrett6     
+CE Cobbrun out14     
G Nashb Croome15     
Extras(10 b)10
Total(all out, 95.4 overs)244
Fall of wickets:
1-10, 2-19, 3-23, 4-47, 5-49, 6-104, 7-134, 8-150, 9-199, 10-244 (95.4 ov)
Berkshire bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-Balls
Barrett28   8832--
Barker37   13705--
Croome11.41351--
Daffen5   1190--
Collins13   4231--
Dauglish1   040--

Berkshire second inningsRunsBallsMins4s6s
DHBH Blundellb Wright26     
LGA Collinsc Saunders b Nash28     
FE Chapmanc Saunders b Nash0     
AH Delmé-Radcliffest Cobb b Nash5     
ER Morresc Cobb b Nash0     
*ACM Croomec Bird b Wright0     
A Daffenb Wright5     
H Barrettc Saunders b Wright1     
+MJ Dauglishnot out12     
W Barkerc and b Wright0     
JWS Whebleabsent hurt
Extras(3 b, 1 lb)4
Total(all out, 56.1 overs)81
Fall of wickets:
1-37, 2-38, 3-48, 4-48, 5-59, 6-65, 7-68, 8-69, 9-81 (56.1 ov)
Buckinghamshire bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-Balls
Wright28.114245--
Nash28   12534--

Buckinghamshire second inningsRunsBallsMins4s6s
*PJ de Paravicinic Barker b Barrett8     
CRH Gressonc Collins b Barrett11     
J Saundersc and b Barrett0     
MW Wrightnot out23     
FH Mitchellb Barker1     
FN Birdc Daffen b Barrett10     
JW Strattonb Barrett4     
+CE Cobbnot out1     
FT Higgins-Bernarddid not bat      
CH Allcockdid not bat      
G Nashdid not bat      
Extras1
Total(6 wickets, 28 overs)59
Fall of wickets:
1-18, 2-18, 3-19, 4-24, 5-41, 6-49
Berkshire bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-Balls
Barker14   6261--
Collins4   0140--
Barrett10   4195--

Notes
--> Bowling in the Buckinghamshire second innings adds 1 run over
--> H Barrett (1) passed his previous highest score of 21 in Minor Counties Championship matches
--> PJ de Paravicini (1) passed 500 runs in Minor Counties Championship matches when he reached 22
--> DHBH Blundell (2) passed his previous highest score of 22 in Minor Counties Championship matches
--> G Nash reached 150 wickets in Minor Counties Championship matches when taking his 1st wicket in the Berkshire first innings
--> H Barrett achieved his best innings bowling analysis in Minor Counties Championship matches in the Buckinghamshire second innings (previous best was 5-31)

This card comes from the Minor Counties Research Project
Buckinghamshire won this return match by four wickets with ten minutes to spare at 6.20 pm on the second day. They thus completed the double over Berkshire, having also won the game at Reading a week before. On the first day, the start of the Buckinghamshire innings was delayed by rain for about three-quarters of an hour. For the winners, Wright took 10 wickets in the match for 89 runs. The 73.2 overs he bowled were the second highest in a match during the season, as were the 25 maidens in the first innings and the 39 maidens in the match. De Paravicini's 84 not out included 12 fours and Saunders's 62 contained 4 fours. There were 9 fours in Croome's 63 for Berkshire. An injured finger prevented Wheble from batting in the Berkshire second innings.
[Missing: In Buckinghamshire 2nd inns nature of the extra, and the runs conceded by the Berkshire bowlers add to 60, not 59, in all the sources listed.]
Sources: Bucks Advertiser 21 August; Bucks Herald 21 August; South Bucks Free Press 20 August; Berkshire Chronicle 21 August; Reading Observer 21 August; Reading Standard 20 August; The Sportsman 14,16 August.

 

 

 

 

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