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Buckinghamshire v Hertfordshire
Minor Counties Championship 1901
VenueWendover Road, Aylesbury on 21st, 22nd August 1901 (2-day match)
Balls per over6
TossHertfordshire won the toss and decided to bat
ResultMatch drawn
PointsBuckinghamshire 0; Hertfordshire 0
Umpires[unknown]
Close of play day 1Buckinghamshire (1) 66/2 (Cobb 25*)

Hertfordshire first inningsRunsBallsMins4s6s
A Butcherc Johnson b Kentish131     
HE Whiterun out10     
AJ Goldingc HJ Bird b Wright13     
CCT Dollb Johnson2     
WE Colemanb Johnson4     
EG Whatelyb Page34     
WH Marshb Shaw24     
*+GEB Pritchettb Johnson1     
G Wildersb Johnson14     
WJ Ruddlbw b Johnson0     
HW Panknot out20     
Extras(13 b, 1 lb, 3 w)17
Total(all out, 122.2 overs)270
Fall of wickets:
1-14, 2-39, 3-56, 4-60, 5-114, 6-190, 7-192, 8-214, 9-214, 10-270 (122.2 ov)
Buckinghamshire bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-Balls
Wright45   206912-
Page35   13701--
Johnson25   9665--
Kentish9.22251--
Shaw8   12311-

Buckinghamshire first inningsRunsBallsMins4s6s
+CE Cobbb Coleman33     
ED Shawb Coleman8     
FN Birdc Doll b Whately24     
MW Wrightc Golding b White5     
ES Boddyb Coleman15     
HJ Birdc Doll b Coleman5     
*PJ de Paravicininot out28     
T Staceyb White5     
GH Kentishb White19     
AW Johnsonrun out20     
H Pageb Coleman39     
Extras(14 b, 2 lb, 1 nb)17
Total(all out, 81.1 overs)218
Fall of wickets:
1-16, 2-66, 3-73, 4-87, 5-99, 6-104, 7-111, 8-133, 9-163, 10-218 (81.1 ov)
Hertfordshire bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-Balls
White32   11693--
Coleman34.161005--
Rudd5   360--
Wilders2   0110--
Whately4   271--
Pank4   280--

Hertfordshire second inningsRunsBallsMins4s6s
HE Whitec Kentish b Page7     
AJ Goldingb Page8     
CCT Dollb Wright7     
EG Whatelyc Cobb b Wright23     
WE Colemanc Cobb b Wright0     
A Butchernot out36     
WH Marshb Page10     
HW Pankb Wright18     
*+GEB Pritchettnot out7     
G Wildersdid not bat      
WJ Rudddid not bat      
Extras(2 b, 1 lb)3
Total(7 wickets, declared, 71 overs)119
Fall of wickets:
1-9, 2-16, 3-32, 4-36, 5-45, 6-71, 7-106
Buckinghamshire bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-Balls
Wright35   22374--
Page32   10693--
Johnson4   1100--

Buckinghamshire second inningsRunsBallsMins4s6s
ED Shawlbw b White1     
+CE Cobbnot out18     
FN Birdnot out19     
MW Wrightdid not bat      
ES Boddydid not bat      
HJ Birddid not bat      
*PJ de Paravicinidid not bat      
T Staceydid not bat      
GH Kentishdid not bat      
AW Johnsondid not bat      
H Pagedid not bat      
Extras(1 w)1
Total(1 wicket, 11 overs)39
Fall of wickets:
1-12
Hertfordshire bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-Balls
Coleman6   1230--
White5   11511-

Notes
--> A Butcher (1) passed his previous highest score of 86 in Minor Counties Championship matches
--> A Butcher (1) passed 1000 runs in Minor Counties Championship matches when he reached 14
--> HW Pank (1) passed his previous highest score of 16 in Minor Counties Championship matches
--> AW Johnson made his debut in Minor Counties Championship matches
--> MW Wright reached 300 wickets in Minor Counties Championship matches when taking his 2nd wicket in the Hertfordshire second innings

This card comes from the Minor Counties Research Project - research is continuing on this scorecard which can be expected to change.
This return match was drawn.
The game between the two teams at St Albans in July had been won by Buckinghamshire.
For Hertfordshire, Butcher's 131 contained
9 fours, 5 threes and 23 twos in an innings of 270 minutes, and he was last man out.
A feature of the match was two first innings tenth-wicket partnerships of over 50 runs.
Butcher and Pank put on 56 runs for the tenth wicket for Hertfordshire, while de Paravinici and Page had a last-wicket partnership of 55 for Buckinghamshire. Wright's 80 overs and 42 maidens in the match were both the highest of the season.
The 22 maidens he bowled in the second innings was the second highest total in an innings .
[Missing: Umpires.]
Sources: Hertfordshire Scorebook; Bucks Advertiser 24 August; Bucks Herald 24 August; South Bucks Free Press 23 August; Hertfordshire Standard 23 August; The Sportsman 21,22,23 August.

 

 

 

 

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