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Northamptonshire v Surrey Second XI
Minor Counties Championship 1901
VenueCounty Ground, Northampton on 7th, 8th August 1901 (2-day match)
Balls per over6
TossSurrey Second XI won the toss and decided to bat
ResultMatch drawn
PointsNorthamptonshire 0; Surrey Second XI 0
UmpiresTW Cherry, WT Westell
Close of play day 1Surrey Second XI (2) 3/0 (Graburn 1*, Gooder 2*)

Surrey Second XI first inningsRunsBallsMins4s6s
JH Moulderb East3     
A Bakerlbw b HE Kingston45     
H Thompsonb East8     
LMH Gooderc Knight b Driffield35     
RF Penfoldc Smith b East29     
*WT Graburnc Smith b East14     
HP Clodec WH Kingston b Thompson21     
T Kersleyc Colson b Thompson23     
EHL Nicerun out1     
WC Smithc Knight b Thompson9     
+H Strudwicknot out1     
Extras(10 b, 4 lb, 2 nb)16
Total(all out, 67 overs)205
Fall of wickets:
1-5, 2-25, 3-80, 4-115, 5-130, 6-166, 7-178, 8-188, 9-196, 10-205 (67 ov)
Northamptonshire bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-Balls
Thompson22   3823-2
East25   4704--
Driffield16   7271--
HE Kingston4   0101--

Northamptonshire first inningsRunsBallsMins4s6s
GK Papillonc Gooder b Smith0     
WH Kingstonb Nice5     
GJ Thompsonb Smith2     
W Eastb Smith3     
HE Kingstonb Nice10     
GH Colsonc Thompson b Kersley35     
CR Wetherallb Smith2     
*T Hortonnot out30     
RF Knightb Kersley1     
+BC Smithc and b Kersley12     
LT Driffieldc Strudwick b Smith1     
Extras(6 b, 1 lb)7
Total(all out, 48.2 overs)108
Fall of wickets:
1-1, 2-7, 3-9, 4-22, 5-28, 6-41, 7-91, 8-?, 9-?, 10-108 (48.2 ov)
Surrey Second XI bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-Balls
Smith19.24335--
Nice16   6342--
Kersley8   1203--
Gooder5   3140--

Surrey Second XI second inningsRunsBallsMins4s6s
*WT Graburnb Driffield23     
LMH Gooderc Knight b Driffield53     
A Bakernot out74     
JH Moulderc Horton b Driffield55     
H Thompsonc WH Kingston b Driffield4     
HP Clodec Thompson b Driffield21     
T Kersleynot out2     
RF Penfolddid not bat      
EHL Nicedid not bat      
WC Smithdid not bat      
+H Strudwickdid not bat      
Extras(7 b, 1 w)8
Total(5 wickets, declared, 72 overs)240
Fall of wickets:
1-73, 2-76, 3-190, 4-198, 5-230
Northamptonshire bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-Balls
Thompson22   5860--
East17   2450--
Driffield22   6485--
Horton6   1200--
HE Kingston3   0250--
Colson2   0801-

Northamptonshire second inningsRunsBallsMins4s6s
WH Kingstonc Clode b Gooder34     
GK Papillonlbw b Nice5     
GH Colsonc Strudwick b Nice0     
HE Kingstonc Penfold b Clode36     
W Eastc Gooder b Clode1     
CR Wetherallb Smith27     
GJ Thompsonb Gooder0     
*T Hortonnot out30     
RF Knightb Smith5     
+BC Smithnot out9     
LT Driffielddid not bat      
Extras(17 b, 5 lb, 1 nb)23
Total(8 wickets, 87 overs)170
Fall of wickets:
1-8, 2-18, 3-74, 4-82, 5-90, 6-90, 7-132, 8-149
Surrey Second XI bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-Balls
Smith20   9352--
Nice18   5372--
Kersley16   4280--
Clode21   11202--
Gooder12   5272-1

Notes
--> JH Moulder (2) passed his previous highest score of 47 in Minor Counties Championship matches
--> A Baker (2) passed 1500 runs in Minor Counties Championship matches when he reached 2
--> LT Driffield achieved his best innings bowling analysis in Minor Counties Championship matches in the Surrey Second XI second innings (previous best was 4-24)

This card comes from the Minor Counties Research Project - research is continuing on this scorecard which can be expected to change.
Northamptonshire were able to salvage a draw, when at one stage it looked as if their record of being unbeaten for three years was going to be broken.
The Surrey 2nd XI declaration set the home team a target of 338 runs in three and a half hours.
Eight wickets were down with 20 minutes to go, but Horton and B C Smith held out until stumps were drawn.
Previously, Northamptonshire had saved the follow on by the narrow margin of 3 runs.
For Surrey 2nd XI, there were 8 fours in Baker's 74 not out, 8 fours in Moulder's 55 and 7 fours in Gooder's 53.
In the Surrey 2nd XI second innings, Baker and Moulder put on 114 runs for the third wicket, which was the third highest for that wicket during the season.
G J Thompson was reported as being "very unwell" during the game, but batted and bowled.
[Missing: In Northamptonshire 1st inns fall of eighth and ninth wickets.]
Sources: Northampton Daily Chronicle 7,8,10 August; Northampton Herald 10 August; Northampton Mercury 9 August; Surrey Year Book 1901, p 129; Sporting Life 8,9 August; The Sportsman 8,9 August.

 

 

 

 

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