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Lincolnshire v Cambridgeshire
Minor Counties Championship 1912
VenueLondon Road, Sleaford on 22nd, 23rd July 1912 (2-day match)
Balls per over6
TossLincolnshire won the toss and decided to bat
ResultMatch drawn
PointsLincolnshire 3; Cambridgeshire 1
UmpiresJ Gregory, GJ Rye
Close of play day 1No play

Lincolnshire first inningsRunsBallsMins4s6s
E Pulleinlbw b O'Connor3     
LW Gwync Hart b Coulson26     
JW Dayc Coulson b O'Connor85     
JJ Broughtonb O'Connor4     
CJ Nevilec Wilson b Constable0     
*BP Nevileb Hunt72     
EE Rileyc Watts b O'Connor9     
AE Gibsonb Rose1     
+WR Roseb Rose0     
HE Thompsonc Hart b Rose5     
TM Healdnot out0     
Extras6
Total(all out, 51.2 overs)211
Fall of wickets:
1-26, 2-43, 3-?, 4-?, 5-135, 6-172, 7-175, 8-175, 9-197, 10-211 (51.2 ov)
Cambridgeshire bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-Balls
Coulson14   3531--
O'Connor19   5514--
Constable6   0541--
Tebbutt2   0170--
Rose8   2183--
Hunt2.20121--

Cambridgeshire first inningsRunsBallsMins4s6s
WC Huntc Thompson b Broughton8     
FW Wilsonc Pullein b Day22     
FE Collierc Rose b Riley30     
EB Darbyc and b Day0     
*HC Tebbuttb Riley9     
HB Hartb Riley0     
+GH Wattsb Day39     
GA Rosec Day b Riley9     
WE Constableb Gibson5     
H Coulsonnot out0     
J O'Connorc Heald b Riley0     
Extras(? b, 0 lb, 1 nb, 0 w)12
Total(all out, 56.2 overs)134
Fall of wickets:
1-8, 2-42, 3-?, 4-70, 5-?, 6-73, 7-99, 8-130, 9-?, 10-134 (56.2 ov)
Lincolnshire bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-Balls
Broughton14   4231--
Gibson18   3431--
Day9   5143--
CJ Nevile3   170--
Riley8.24265-1
BP Nevile4   190--

Notes
--> CJ Nevile made his debut in Minor Counties Championship matches
--> HE Thompson made his debut in Minor Counties Championship matches
--> TM Heald made his debut in Minor Counties Championship matches
--> WE Constable made his debut in Minor Counties Championship matches
--> LW Gwyn (1) passed his previous highest score of 17 in Minor Counties Championship matches
--> BP Nevile (1) passed his previous highest score of 35 in Minor Counties Championship matches

This card comes from the Minor Counties Research Project - research is continuing on this scorecard which can be expected to change.
This rain-affected match was drawn with Lincolnshire gaining first innings lead with just 15 minutes to spare. The visitors had required 212 runs in 2 hours to gain first innings points. Rain fell 5 minutes after the Cambridgeshire innings was completed. Cricket was rained off on the first day at 3.30 pm and a start was not made on the second day until 1.15 pm. A fresh pitch was prepared. The ground remained soft and wet on the second day making conditions for the bowlers and fielders difficult. Match reports refer to large pools of water being on the outfield. "Some amusement was caused owing to the fielders having repeatedly to leap pools of water to secure the ball, a sight never previously witnessed on the ground." For the home side, Day scored 85 which included 4 sixes and 5 fours and B P Nevile 72. Riley, coming on as third change took 5 wickets for 26 runs. For Cambridgeshire Watts made the highest score with 39. W E Thompson, the Lincolnshire captain, was unfit to play as he had injured his right thumb. This was the first time the ground had been used for a Championship match.
[Missing: Extras breakdown; part fall of wickets; in Lincolnshire innings boundaries in B P Nevile's 72.]
Sources: Grantham Journal 27 July; Lincolnshire Echo 22,23,24 July; Sleaford Gazette 27 July; Nottingham Guardian 23,24 July; Cambridge Daily News 22,23,24 July; Cambridgeshire Weekly News 26 July; The Sportsman 26 July; Cricket 3 August, p 392.

 

 

 

 

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