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Ardingly College v. M.C.C. (article 11 june 1912)

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Ardingly College v. M.C.C. is a cricket result published in The Mid-Sussex Times on 11 june 1912.

Arthur Conan Doyle's team (M.C.C.) won.


Ardingly College v. M.C.C.

The Mid-Sussex Times (11 june 1912, p. 8)

The masters and boys of Ardingly College, on their own ground yesterday (Monday), were dismissed for 52, and the distinguished visitors, who included Sir A. Conan Doyle, made 287 for nine wickets. N. D. Moffat being top scorer with 72.







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