Theatre Royal, Portsmouth, Cricket Team v. "Fun on the Bristol"

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Theatre Royal, Portsmouth, Cricket Team v. "Fun on the Bristol" is an article published in The Era on 25 july 1885.

Arthur Conan Doyle's team (Theatre Royal) won.


Theatre Royal, Portsmouth, Cricket Team v. "Fun on the Bristol"

The Era (25 july 1885)

A match was played between the above on Saturday on the Governor's-green, Portsmouth, resulting in an easy victory for the T.R.C.C. by 132 runs and three wickets to fall. Scores:—

Theatre Royal. — Welch, b Davies, 7; Doyle, run out, 65; S. Wilson, b Whale, 57; Franklin, st Whale, 5; Andrews, not out, 8; Ballard, c Wier, b Ward, 0; Willers, c and b Ward, 5; Staly, st Whale, 3; extras, 35; total, 185, for seven wickets.

"Fun on the Bristol." — Edgerley, b Franklin, 6; Ward, b Dr Welch, 13; Thwaites, b Dr Welch, 0; Whale, b Franklin, 3; Weir, b Franklin, 6; Grayl, b Dr Welch, 2; T. Davies, run out, 0; Tessimen, run out, 0; Rawlings, b Dr Welch, 1; Proctor, b Dr Doyle, 1; Grey, not out, 0; extras, 21; total, 53.