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Artists v. Allahakbarrie (J. M. Barrie's XI)

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Artists v. Allahakbarrie (J. M. Barrie's XI) is a cricket score result published in Cricket; A Weekly Record of the Game on 9 july 1903.

Arthur Conan Doyle's team (Allahakbarries) lost.


Artists v. Allahakbarrie (J. M. Barrie's XI)

Played at Farnham on July 6.


ARTISTS.

  • G. Spencer Watson, c Tennyson, b Seaman ... 1
  • R. M. Hughes, b Doyle ... 13
  • G. Hillyard Swinstead, c Seaman, b Smith ... 92
  • L. D. Luard, b Smith ... 25
  • H. H. La Thangue, b Smith ... 6
  • Gerard Chowne, c Seaman, b Smith ... 8
  • L. C. Nightingale, c & b Doyle ... 22
  • Frank Baxter, b Tennyson ... 2
  • F. M. Taubman, b Doyle ... 3
  • A. P. A. Inter, not out ... 1
  • A. Nartist, absent ... 0
  • B 14, lb 1 ... 15
  • Total ... 188


ALLAHAKBARRIE.

  • Rev. A. Keith, b Swinstead ... 2
  • Walter Frith, b Hughes ... 1
  • Sir A. Conan Doyle, c Watson, b Swinstead ... 25
  • E. V. Lucas, b Swinstead ... 16
  • A. S. Homewood, b Swinstead ... 8
  • C. T. Smith, lbw, b Hughes ... 1
  • Owen Seaman, b Hughes ... 7
  • C. Tennyson, b Hughes ... 1
  • W. M. Meredith, b Swinstead ... 1
  • A. E. W. Mason, c La Thangue, b Hughes ... 9
  • J. M. Barrie, not out ... 4
  • Byes ... 2
  • Total ... 77





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