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County School v. M.C.C. and Ground

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County School v. M.C.C. and Ground is a cricket score result published in The Bedfordshire Times and Independent on 17 july 1903.

Arthur Conan Doyle's team (M.C.C.) won by 101 runs.


County School v. M.C.C. and Ground

At Bedford on Friday the visitors batted first and declared, leaving the School an hour and three-quarters to get 217. The Club won just on time. Scores:—

M.C.C.

  • A Butcher, b Parbury ... 47
  • B J Peel, b Parbury ... 8
  • Brown, c Rossell, b Parbury ... 10
  • Murrell, c Allen, b Bainbridge ... 9
  • Sir A. Conan Doyle, st Rossell, b Parbury ... 30
  • C L Peel, not out ... 44
  • Overton, st Rossell, b Parbury ... 0
  • G Miles, c Claridge, b Parbury ... 19
  • Major Pochin, not out ... 10
  • Extras ... 8
  • Total (8 wkts) ... 216 *

(*) Innings declared closed.

E F Newton did not bat.

COUNTY SCHOOL.

  • L Parbury, c Overton, b Brown ... 24
  • G Milton, b B Peel ... 9
  • J Bainbridge, b Brown ... 5
  • A E Holmes-Brown, c Overton, b Brown ... 3
  • G Steytler, c and b Overton ... 0
  • G Claridge, c Overton, b Brown ... 42
  • E Saffery, b Overton ... 2
  • C Horwitz, b Overton ... 5
  • P Allen, b Overton ... 4
  • A Cores, run out ... 16
  • W Rossell, not out ... 9
  • Extras ... 5
  • Total ... 115




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