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Frensham Hill v. Broadwater

From The Arthur Conan Doyle Encyclopedia

Frensham Hill v. Broadwater is a cricket result published in The Surrey Advertiser on 1 august 1903.

Arthur Conan Doyle's team (Broadwater) won.


Frensham Hill v. Broadwater

The Surrey Advertiser (1 august 1903, p. 7)

Played on Saturday on the ground of the latter club, who won by 73 runs. Score:—

Broadwater. — V. Gillett, not out, 64; G. Gillett, lbw b Field, 29; H. Jillard, c Harding b Brown, 11; Sir A. Conan Doyle, c Carmichael b Brown, 7; W. A. White, c Carmichael b Brown, 14; C. Butterworth, c Harding b Cappe. 3; M. Marshall, c Lloyd b Brown, 0; F. Waite, c Morgan b Brown, 2; H. H. Fellgate, c Field b Brown, 3; W. Street, b Brown, 0; S. H. Langdon, lbw, b Brown, 0; extras, 1; total, 134.

Frensham Hill. — T. Brown, c Felgate b Conan Doyle, 0; F. Capper, st b Conan Doyle, 14; Major Field, b Langton, 7; G. E. Williams, b Langton, 8; H. J. Symons, c and b Conan Doyle, 12; Rev. Morgan, c and b Conan Doyle, 0; R. H. Lloyd, b Langton, 0; A. E. Harding, b Langton, 0; W. Harding, not out, 6; Carmichael, b Conan Doyle, 7; J. Dimmock, b Conan Doyle, 0: extras 7; total 61.





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