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Cricket at Broadwater (Sir A. Conan Doyle's XI v. Broadwater)

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Cricket at Broadwater is a cricket result published in the Surrey Times on 6 august 1904.

Sir A. Conan Doyle's XI v. Broadwater played on 4 august 1904. Result was a draw.


Cricket at Broadwater

Surrey Times (6 august 1904, p. 5)

On Thursday Broadwater played Sir A. Conan Doyle' XI, and there was another draw owing to the wet. Broadwater made 271 (G. L. Pares 69 not out, Dr. Cappe 51, H. H. Fellgate 39). The visitors made 9 for three wickets when rain stopped play.






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