King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry v. Fareham

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King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry v. Fareham is a cricket result published in The Sporting Life on 6 may 1890.

Arthur Conan Doyle's team (Fareham) won by 124 runs.


King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry v. Fareham

The Sporting Life (6 may 1890, p. 4)

Yesterday, in this match at the Officers' Cricket Ground, Portsmouth, five of the Fareham Club reached double figures, and the King's Own were defeated by over 100 runs. Hamilton took seven of the civilian' wickets, Rev. A. L. Porter and Darby bowling well for Fareham. Score:—

KING'S OWN.

  • Lieutenant Hamilton ... 10
  • Private Easby ... 28
  • Private Smith ... 1
  • Captain Money ... 0
  • Lieutenant Jones ... 19
  • Lieutenant Ellis ... 21
  • Lieutenant Abercrombie ... 8
  • Private Hornblow ... 0
  • Lance Corporal Arrand, not out ... 6
  • Lieutenant Tulloh ... 1
  • Lieutenant Walker ... 4
  • Byes, &c ... 12
  • Total ... 110


FAREHAM.

  • A. Jacques ... 36
  • Rev. A. L. Porter ... 35
  • J. A. Darby ... 0
  • A. H. Jacques ... 0
  • A. C. Doyle ... 44
  • G. Evans ... 66
  • Rev. A.C. Hayes ... 0
  • Rev. C. Foster ... 5
  • A. H. Britton ... 4
  • A. Emery ... 25
  • H. Coghlan, not out ... 8
  • Byes, &c ... 11
  • Total ... 234