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Thorpe Asylum v. Lowestoft Visitors

From The Arthur Conan Doyle Encyclopedia

Thorpe Asylum v. Lowestoft Visitors is a cricket score result published in the Eastern Evening News on 30 august 1894.

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


Thorpe Asylum v. Lowestoft Visitors

Eastern Evening News (30 august 1894, p. 4)

Played at the Asylum on August 25th, and resulted in a win for the Asylum. Dr. Bassano and Dr. Conan Doyle made a splendid stand for the home side team, while Sundagin and Hitch played well for the visitors.

Thorpe Asylum — Dr. Bassano 103, Wilson 0, Dr. Conan Doyle 65, Surgeon-Major Crofts 4, Currie 17, Dr. Thomson 0, Cowles 11, Braid 0, Allatson 4, Lilley 1, Fiddy 0, extras 12; total, 217.

Lowestoft Visitors — Blyth 0, Barker 0, D. Gritten 0, M. Gritten 1, Hitch 28, Spashett 4, Rev. Wildblood 12, Tennant 0, Sundagin 33, Smith 6, Winter 2, extras 16; total, 102.





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