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Original scorecard for the cricket match played at Canterbury on August 11-12, 1869. WG Grace scored 127, becoming the first person to score a century before lunch on the first day of a match. The MCC
Canterbury, August 29 - September 1, 1953. Part printed and part entered in pencil. Good.
Canterbury, Aug 21 - 23, 1948. Australians won by an innings and 186 runs. Brown's century and sixties from Bradman and Harvey were followed by a ruthless all-round bowling display, with Lindwall to the
Cricket scorecard from the Nat West Trophy first round match, Canterbury, 29th June 1983. Kent won by 136 runs. 210 x 29.7cm. Fully printed. Signed by Chris Tavare in ink. Tavare
Dover, August 17-20, 1974. Cowdrey scored 119 not out in the first innings, his 104th century. Signed nicely by Cowdrey (with dedication to John) and also by Tony Brown, the Gloucestershire captain. 29
Canterbury, July 31 - August 3, 1948. Les Ames' benefit match. 16 x 25cm. Part entered in pencil. Good.
Canterbury, August 2-5, 1952. Match drawn with 9 wickets down in Kent's second innings. 16 x 25cm. Fully printed. Very good.
Fully printed scorecard or the match played at Canterbury on July 30-August 1, 1975. Match drawn. Signed by Trevor Jesty, who scored 49 and 25. It seems to have been an unremarkable match (not just for
A collection of 10 Kent CCC scorecards, all for matches against Hampshire. Played at Canterbury unless stated otherwise. The particular matches are: 1946, 1947 (Todd Benefit), 1948 (Ames Benefit),
Cricket scorecard from the tour match played at Canterbury, Aug 29- Sept 1st 1959. India won by 8 wickets. Indian Captain DK Gaekwad made a fine first innings century and Borde took
Cricket scorecard from the Schweppes County Championship between Kent and Lancashire, played at Maidstone on July 9-12th 1983. Cowdrey 101* and Woolmer 129 were the main 1st innings run getters for
Cricket scorecard from the John Player League match between Kent and Lancashire, played at Maidstone on July 10th 1983. Kent won by 63 runs thanks to Underwood's 5 for 31. 17.6 x 28.3cm. Fully
Official cricket scorecard from the game played at Tunbridge Wells, 5-8 June, 1982. Middlesex won by an innings and 72 runs, bowling Kent out for 90 in the second innings. Signed in black ink by John Emburey,
Cricket scorecard from the County Championship match, Dartford, 4-7 June 1983. Middlesex won by 4 wickets, Edmonds and Emburey skittling Kent for only 87 in their second innings. It was clearly a
Cricket scorecard from the Benson & Hedges Cup match, Canterbury, May 16th, 1985. Kent won by 6 wickets. Underwood went for only 6 runs in 11 overs (11-7-6-2), one of which was a no-ball. Signed by
Official scorecard for the match played on August 25-27, 1982. Signed to the front by 24 players and staff from both teams. These include Underwood, Dilley, Ellison, Baptiste, Jarvis, Benson, Johnson,
Cricket scorecard from the Nat West Trophy match between Kent and Nottinghamshire, July 22nd 1981. Nottinghamshire won by 4 wickets. Press clippings attached to front of scorecard referring to the
Tunbridge Wells. July 10-12, 1911. Woolley scored a century in each innings for the first time in his career as Kent won comfortably by 316 runs. Fielder and Blythe bowled Somerset out for 99 in their
Maidstone, June 30 to July 3, 1973. In Kent's first innings Colin Cowdrey scored 123*, which was his 99th first class century. A couple of days later he scored his 100th. Fully printed. Very
Cricket scorecard from the County Championship match, Maidstone, July 13-15, 1983. Kent won thanks to Woolmer's 110 in the second innings and despite Garner's 6-37 in the first innings. 17.8 x 28.3cm.
Cricket scorecard from the County Championship match, Canterbury, August 15-19, 1996. Kent won by 62 runs and Walker's 275 not out broke Frank Woolley's 1923 record score by a Kent batsman at the
Maidstone, June 30 - July 3, 1973 and Maidstone, July 4 -6. Cowdrey scored his 99th and 100th hundreds of his career during successive matches in Maidstone cricket week. In the match with Somerset, he
Maidstone, July 4-6, 1973. In Kent's first innings Colin Cowdrey scored 100*, which was his 100th first class century. Fully printed. Very good condition. Signed nicely by Cowdrey next to his
Cricket scorecard from the County Championship match, Canterbury, May 1-3, 1985. The match was drawn, Cowdrey made 159 for Kent, Thomas taking 5 wickets. In the reply Stewart and Lynch both hit centuries
Official women's cricket scorecard from a match between Kent and Holland, 31st July 1982 at the St Lawence Ground, Canterbury. Fully signed in ink by both teams - Kent players include Anne Stuart,
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