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Thorpe Asylum v. Lowestoft

From The Arthur Conan Doyle Encyclopedia

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

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

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


Thorpe Asylum v. Lowestoft

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

Played at the Asylum on Thursday, and resulted in an easy victory for the Asylum team by 105 runs. For the Asylum Mr. Doyle and Dr. Wreford played with marked success. Mr. Hulse secured five wickets for 24 and Mr. Doyle five for 28 runs. F. Pearce also batted well for 26 runs.

Thorpe Asylum — Montgomerie 0, Wilson 0, Dr. Thomson 0, Doyle 61, Dr. Wreford (not out) 73, Eastman 0, Whatley 8, Dr. Ryan 4, Pountney 2, Hulse 8, Allatson 4, extras 13; total, 163.

Lowestoft Town — Bly 2, Harding 0, Spashett 1, Plant 1, Nye 10, Pearce 26, Wheeler 7, Bryant 9, Crisp 0, Budman 0, Brown 0, extras 2; total, 58.





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