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Lowestoft v. Thorpe Asylum

From The Arthur Conan Doyle Encyclopedia

Lowestoft v. Thorpe Asylum is a cricket score result published in The Eastern Daily Press on 17 september 1891.

Arthur Conan Doyle's team (Thorpe Asylum) lost.

Thorpe Asylum is now known as the St. Andrews Cricket Club.


Lowestoft v. Thorpe Asylum

The Eastern Daily Press (17 september 1891, p. 3)

Played at Thorpe on Tuesday, resulting in a win for Lowestoft by 58 runs.

Lowestoft – Bly 5-0, Nye 3-5, Spashettt 2-10, Newbronner 3-13, Mackintosh 27-2, Pearse 4-7, Wenden 3-0, Bryant 0-13, Plant 0-11, Westgate 3-0, Wheeler 8-2, extras 6-2; totals, 63-65.

Thorpe Asylum — Hulse 1-1, Wilson 0-4, Dr. Thomson 2-0, Dr. Doyle 6-0, Dr. Wreford 9-8, Whatley 7-6, Eeastman 0-2, Dr. Ryan 0-4, Rudman 0-2, Allatson 0-6, Fiddy 2-3, extras 3-4; totals, 30-40.





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