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Ardingly College v. M.C.C. and Ground

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Ardingly College v. M.C.C. and Ground is a cricket result published in The Mid-Sussex Times on 14 june 1910.

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


Ardingly College v. M.C.C. and Ground

The Mid-Sussex Times (14 june 1910, p. 8)

Yesterday (Monday) the College, on their own ground, scored 58 (the Head Master, the Rev. H. A. Rhodes, making 17 and E. S. Roberts 10), and the M.C.C., who are visiting the Colleges of the county in their annual tour, 221 for eight wickets (C. Borrodaile 57, R. Dangar 26, A. Rounsell 49, Sir A. Conan Doyle 18, Metcalfe 20, and the Rev. C. R. Hulton 18).







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