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Durham v Cambridgeshire
Minor Counties Championship 1898
VenueClarence Road Ground, West Hartlepool on 12th, 13th July 1898 (2-day match)
Balls per over5
TossDurham won the toss and decided to bat
ResultDurham won by an innings and 142 runs
PointsDurham 1; Cambridgeshire -1
UmpiresJ Fordham, MH Horsley
Close of play day 1Durham (1) 501/8 (Crichton 5*, Stonehouse 0*)

Durham first inningsRunsBallsMins4s6s
*RH Mallettlbw b Hayward62  10- 
CY Adamsonc Watts b Hayward36  3- 
EW Elliotc French b Hayward139  222 
C Sharpc and b Hayward28  3- 
AV McGregorc Prest b O'Connor123  17- 
J Butlerb Mouel57  11- 
WF Whitwellb Hayward10  2- 
J Gregoryb Hayward0  -- 
DG Crichtonnot out5  1- 
R Stonehousenot out0  -- 
+T Lambertdid not bat      
Extras(23 b, 17 lb, 1 nb)41
Total(8 wickets, declared, 150 overs)501
Fall of wickets:
1-65, 2-154, 3-193, 4-348, 5-449, 6-471, 7-479, 8-497
Cambridgeshire bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-Balls
O'Connor44   151161-1
Hayward41   91326--
Bryan23   7520--
Mouel16   5551--
Peers13   3670--
Watts10   2280--
Ellis3   0100--

Cambridgeshire first inningsRunsBallsMins4s6s
EA Ellisb Gregory0  -- 
FK Robinsonb Whitwell10  2- 
*W Prestb Whitwell24  4- 
FJ Peersc Sharp b Gregory45  5- 
+GH Wattsb Gregory1  -- 
AE Mouellbw b Whitwell4  1- 
FW Frenchrun out25  4- 
DM Haywardc Crichton b Stonehouse4  -- 
EC Jonesnot out5  -- 
W Bryanc Butler b Gregory5  1- 
J O'Connorb Whitwell0  -- 
Extras(4 b, 1 lb, 1 w)6
Total(all out, 52.3 overs)129
Fall of wickets:
1-0, 2-12, 3-39, 4-46, 5-51, 6-102, 7-114, 8-123, 9-129, 10-129 (52.3 ov)
Durham bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-Balls
Whitwell17.32494--
Gregory21   6424--
Butler3   01001-
Stonehouse6   0101--
Adamson5   1120--

Cambridgeshire second innings (following on)RunsBallsMins4s6s
EC Jonesc and b Whitwell15  1- 
FK Robinsonb Gregory2  -- 
*W Prestc Butler b Whitwell4  -- 
FJ Peersnot out133  27- 
+GH Wattsb Whitwell3  -- 
AE Mouelc McGregor b Gregory7  -- 
FW Frenchb Crichton40  6- 
EA Ellislbw b Gregory2  -- 
DM Haywardb Gregory3  -- 
W Bryanb Gregory0  -- 
J O'Connorb Gregory10  2- 
Extras(7 b, 1 nb, 3 w)11
Total(all out, 63.1 overs)230
Fall of wickets:
1-10, 2-20, 3-21, 4-35, 5-46, 6-180, 7-191, 8-197, 9-197, 10-230 (63.1 ov)
Durham bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-Balls
Whitwell18   375311
Gregory23.16596--
Stonehouse6   1270--
Adamson4   01901-
Butler5   11501-
Crichton7   2241--

Notes
--> EW Elliot (1) passed his previous highest score of 83 in Minor Counties Championship matches
--> C Sharp made his debut in Minor Counties Championship matches
--> AV McGregor (1) passed his previous highest score of 68 in Minor Counties Championship matches
--> J Butler made his debut in Minor Counties Championship matches
--> R Stonehouse made his debut in Minor Counties Championship matches
--> EA Ellis made his debut in Minor Counties Championship matches
--> W Prest (1) passed his previous highest score of 18 in Minor Counties Championship matches
--> AE Mouel made his debut in Minor Counties Championship matches
--> FJ Peers (2) passed his previous highest score of 62 in Minor Counties Championship matches
--> FW French (2) passed his previous highest score of 39 in Minor Counties Championship matches
--> EC Jones (2) passed his previous highest score of 11 in Minor Counties Championship matches
--> J Gregory reached 100 wickets in Minor Counties Championship matches when taking his 4th wicket in the Cambridgeshire first innings

This card comes from the Minor Counties Research Project
Source: Durham CCC scorebook with thanks to Brian Hunt
This match counted for Cambridgeshire in Championship - but not Durham who did not quaulify (individual records count)
Durham won this match at 5 pm on the second day by an innings and 142 runs, after Cambridgeshire following on 372 runs behind were dismissed twice in a day. The margin of victory was the second largest of the season. Durham's first innings score of 501-8 declared was not only the highest score of the season, but a record for the Championship, exceeding the 493-9 wickets declared by Berkshire v Hertfordshire at St Albans in 1897. Centuries were scored by Elliot, whose 139 contained 2 sixes, 22 fours, and 6 twos, and Macgregor with 123, including 17 fours, 4 threes and 13 twos. Together they put on 155 runs for the fourth wicket, which was the highest partnership for that wicket during the season. Macgregor had a fifth wicket partnership of 101 with Butler. Mallett's 62 contained 10 fours and Butler's 57 included 11 fours. Gregory took 10 wickets in the match for 101 runs, and when he dismissed Bryan in the Cambridgeshire first innings, he took his one hundredth Championship wicket.
Peers's 133 not out for Cambridgeshire included 27 fours, and 3 twos. His aggregate of 178 runs for the match was the second highest of the season. Peers and French put on 134 runs for the sixth wicket in the visitors' second innings, which was a new record for the Championship until surpassed in August by L G A Collins and A C M Croome with 203 for Berkshire against Buckinghamshire at Aylesbury. The 132 and 116 runs conceded by Hayward and O'Connor respectively in the Durham innings were the two highest single-innings totals of the season. The 41 extras conceded in the Durham innings were the most during the year. Despite making some considerable efforts to find additional opponents, by playing only four championship matches during the season -- home and away against Cambridgeshire and Norfolk -- Durham did not qualify for the final table.
[Missing: In Durham 1st inns duration of Elliot's 139 and Macgregor's 123; in Cambridgeshire 2nd inns duration of Peers's 133 not out.]
Sources: Durham Scorebook; Newcastle Daily Journal 13,14 July; Northern Guardian 12,13 July; Cambridge Chronicle 15 July; Cambridge Independent Press 15 July; The Sportsman 16,17 July.

 

 

 

 

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