Liphook v. Haslemere

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Liphook v. Haslemere is a cricket result published in The Hampshire Post and Sussex Observer on 10 july 1896.

The Arthur Conan Doyle's team (Haslemere) lost by 9 runs.

Liphook v. Haslemere

The Hampshire Post and Sussex Observer (10 july 1896, p. 7)

These teams met at Liphook on Saturday, Liphook winning by nine runs on the first innings. Score: Liphook, 77, and 30 for four wickets; Haslemere, 68. Dr. A. Conan Doyle played well for Haslemere, making 22 runs; and Mr. F. Bookham also played a useful game for Liphook, making 14 and 18 runs.