Cornwall v Kent Second XI
Minor Counties Championship 1912
VenueTremorvah, Truro on 22nd, 23rd July 1912 (2-day match)
Balls per over6
TossKent Second XI won the toss and decided to bat
ResultKent Second XI won by 114 runs
PointsCornwall 0; Kent Second XI 5
Close of play day 1Cornwall (1) 6/1 (Tresawna 2*, Barnes 1*)

Kent Second XI first inningsRunsBallsMins4s6s
W Dutnallc Vibart b Trevarthen7     
GC Collinsb Whiting19     
DW Jenningsc Trevarthen b Hawken1     
GJV Weigallb Escott14     
F Dutnallb Escott4     
RG Draperb Whiting2     
WE Hickmottc and b Whiting0     
A Smithlbw b Whiting1     
AP Freemanb Whiting16     
+A Poveynot out5     
HJ Prestonb Whiting1     
Total(all out, 36 overs)74
Fall of wickets:
1-9, 2-11, 3-33, 4-44, 5-51, 6-51, 7-51, 8-59, 9-72, 10-74 (36 ov)
Cornwall bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-Balls
Hawken7   3121--
Trevarthen8   281--
Escott11   3212--
Whiting10   1296--

Cornwall first inningsRunsBallsMins4s6s
T Romerb Preston1     
*H Tresawnarun out3     
FC Barnesnot out15     
WN Bickford-Smithb Smith0     
+RF Vibartb Preston0     
C Trevarthenb Preston0     
RJ Holmanc Draper b Preston0     
E Hawkenb Preston0     
GH Escottb Preston8     
FJ Whitingb Freeman0     
FG Portb Freeman0     
Total(all out, 20 overs)33
Fall of wickets:
1-2, 2-12, 3-13, 4-14, 5-14, 6-14, 7-14, 8-32, 9-33, 10-33 (20 ov)
Kent Second XI bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-Balls
Hickmott3   210--
Preston10   4156--
Smith5   0111--
Freeman2   202--

Kent Second XI second inningsRunsBallsMins4s6s
W Dutnallb Whiting7     
GC Collinsc Bickford-Smith b Whiting19     
DW Jenningsc sub b Escott55     
GJV Weigallb Escott6     
F Dutnallc Vibart b Escott33     
RG Draperb Escott0     
WE Hickmottb Whiting1     
A Smithc sub b Escott2     
AP Freemanb Escott0     
+A Poveyc Holman b Whiting1     
HJ Prestonnot out0     
Total(all out, 42.2 overs)129
Fall of wickets:
1-11, 2-38, 3-57, 4-63, 5-67, 6-108, 7-120, 8-126, 9-129, 10-129 (42.2 ov)
Cornwall bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-Balls
Escott18   2426--
Trevarthen2   030--
Tresawna2   0140--
Bickford-Smith5   0260--

Cornwall second inningsRunsBallsMins4s6s
T Romerb Preston0     
*H Tresawnab Preston2     
FC Barnesst Povey b Smith4     
WN Bickford-Smithb Preston9     
+RF Vibartc Jennings b Smith18     
C Trevarthenb Preston0     
RJ Holmanc Jennings b Preston2     
E Hawkenc Collins b Freeman0     
GH Escottnot out4     
FJ Whitingb Preston0     
FG Portrun out3     
Total(all out, 27 overs)56
Fall of wickets:
1-8, 2-15, 3-27, 4-31, 5-31, 6-37, 7-47, 8-48, 9-51, 10-56 (27 ov)
Kent Second XI bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-Balls
Hickmott3   130--
Preston13   6206--
Smith8   4182--
Freeman3   211--

--> F Dutnall (2) passed his previous highest score of 13 in Minor Counties Championship matches
--> GH Escott achieved his best innings bowling analysis in Minor Counties Championship matches in the Kent Second XI second innings (previous best was 6-86)

This card comes from the Minor Counties Research Project - research is continuing on this scorecard which can be expected to change.
Kent won this match by 114 runs at ten minutes past 4 pm on the second day, rain having delayed the start until 4.15 pm on the first day. For the winners, Jennings top-scored with 55 which was the only half-century of the match. Only two Cornwall batsman reached double figures; there were eleven 'ducks' in the match, seven in their first innings, and three batsmen recorded 'a pair' (Trevarthen, Hawken and Whiting). Whiting took 10 wickets for 68 runs in the match, including 6 wickets for 29 in Kent's first innings whilst Escott took 6 wickets for 42 in Kent's second innings. Preston took 12 wickets for 35 runs in the match, with 6 for 15 in Cornwall's first innings, including 4 wickets in successive balls (Vibart, Trevarthen, Holman and Hawken), and 6 for 20 in their second.
[Missing: Umpires; extras breakdown; Kent 2nd XI captain; in Kent second innings boundaries in Jennings's 55; both second innings batting orders; who was the Cornwall substitute.]
Sources: Kent Year Book 1913, p 224-225; Royal Cornwall Gazette 25 July; Western Daily Mercury 23,24 July; South Eastern Gazette 30 July; Cricket 3 August, p 392.





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