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Lord's. July 18-21, 1953. Match drawn. 24 x 12.5cm. One score completed in pencil. Very good.
Lord's. July 22-25, 1961. Australia won by 10 wickets. 24 x 12.5cm. Part printed. Very good.
Lord's. August 20-22, 1977 24 x 12.5cm. Part printed with a couple of scores in ink. Good.
Cricket scorecard. Scarborough, September 1, 1888. This seems to have been a 9-a-side left-handed match between "England", including WG Grace, Lord Harris and Lord Hawke, and "Middlesex". Despite Grace
Lord's, May 8 -11, 1926. Middlesex won by 4 wickets. Russell hit an undefeated century and only Freeman (and extras) got into double figures in Essex's unusual first innings. Middlesex fell behind despite
Lord's, May 29 - 30, 1893. Gloucestershire won by 115 runs. Murch took 10 wickets in the match for Gloucestershire while WG Grace scored 96 in the first innings and took 3 for 12 to wrap up the victory. 15
Lord's, Aug 25 - 27, 1926. Middlesex won by 75 runs. A see-saw match in which Gloucestershire's spin attack filleted Middlesex before Allen's 7 for 30 kept the lead within bounds. Haig's not out century
Official cricket scorecard from the match played at Lord's, September 9-11, 1987. 12.6 x 24cm. Part printed. In very good condition.
Lord's. August 31 - September 3, 1946. India won by an innings and 263 runs after some exceptional all-round performances from Hazare and Mankad. 25 x 163cm. Part printed and completed in ink. Some
Cricket scorecard from the match played at Lord's on the 23rd - 25th June 1971. The Indian side contained Gavaskar, Bedi and Chandrasekhar. India won by 2 wickets, Chandrasekhar
Lord's, June 6-9, 1931. Lancashire won by 63 runs. 23.5 x 12.5cm. Fully printed. Very good.
Lord's, May 8 -9, 1935. Middlesex won by 5 wickets. In a low-scoring match, the bowling of Sims (5 for 46 in the first innings) and Robins (5 for 10 in the second) for Middlesex just held sway over
Lord's, May 18-20, 1938. Lancashire won by 113 runs. 23.5 x 12.5cm. Part printed. Very good.
Cricket scorecard from the match played at Lord's 11-14 June 1955. Lancashire won by an innings and 13 runs, despite only making 260 in their innings. 12.7 x 24.1cm. Part entered in pencil. In very good
Cricket scorecard from the drawn match played at Lord's 30 June, 2,3 July 1956. Despite being asked to follow on, Middlesex were able to hold on for the draw. 12.7 x 24.1cm. Part entered in pencil. In
Lord's, Aug 15 - 18, 1925. Nottinghamshire won by 7 wickets. Despite the heroics of Hearne (10 for 136 in the match) ably supported by North for Middlesex, Nottinghamshire just made it home. With
Lord's, June 19 - 21, 1935. Drawn. Hendren scored 50 not out in a match ruined by the weather. 23.5 x 12.5cm. Part printed. Very good.
Cricket scorecard. Oval, July 15 - 18, 1939. Nottinghamshire won by an innings and 190 runs. Keeton scored 312 not out in Nottinghamshire's huge total, still their record individual score. Despite runs
Lord's. August 28-30, 1954. Pakistan won by 140 runs. 24 x 12.5cm. Part printed and part completed in pencil. Very good condition.
Lord's. June 29 - July 2, 1974. Part-printed. Very good condition.
Official scorecard for the match played at Lord's on July 20-21, 1896. Surrey won by an innings and 58 runs. The Surrey team included Abel, Hayward, Read, Lohmann and Richardson - G.O. Smith, the England
Lord's, Aug 28 - 31, 1926. Surrey won by an innings and 63 runs. Hobbs hit 316 not out for Surrey, his highest score and, until 1990, the highest individual innings played at Lord's. The bowlers then twice
Lord's, 27 - 30 Aug, 1927. Surrey won by 5 wickets. Fender's 7 for 10 (6 bowled, 1 lbw, including 4 wickets in 5 balls) for Surrey destroyed Middlesex as they struggled to 54 - he took 11 for 81 in the
Lord's, Aug 30 - Sept 2, 1930. Surrey won by 10 wickets. Indisputably R.J. Gregory's match - he took 5 wickets in each innings and scored 171. 24 x 13cm. Part entered in pencil. Very good.
Lord's, June 8-11, 1935. Match drawn. Hendren's Testimonial match. 23.5 x 12.5cm. Not completed (apart from first wicket). Very good.
Scorecard for the match played on August 22-25, 2001. Despite Middlesex centuries for Fleming, Joyce, Weekes and Nash the real honours went to Mark Wagh's 315 for Warwickshire. Needless to say the match
Lord's, June 11-14, 1932. Middlesex won by 8 wickets. 23.5 x 12.5cm. Part completed in pencil. Very good.
Lord's, July 18 - 20, 1878. Middlesex won by 90 runs. Pearson's 8 wickets in the match helped to tilt a tight, even game in Middlesex's favour. 15 x 11.5cm. Part printed. Sl cut to top left corner. Very
Friendly match, played at the Oval, September 11-14. 1937. Part completed in coloured pencil. Good condition.
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