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A group of 9 scorecards from games played at North Parade during the 1960 cricket season. Opposition includes Yeovil, Bournemouth, Bridgwater, Chard, Swindon and Taunton. Central horizontal fold to each
A group of 12 scorecards from games played at North Parade during the 1961 cricket season. Opposition includes Stroud, Midsomer Norton, Bournemouth, Cheltenham, Trowbridge, Knowle, Frome, Moseley and Westbury-on-Trym. Central
Blackheath, May 12, 1932. All-India won by 61 runs. Nissar ruined Blackheath's innings with 6 for 11 despite Mitchell's 40 not out and the presence of the South African Taylor. 24
Cricket scorecard for the match between Bristol Rugby FC and Bristol Rovers AFC, played at St. Brendan's College Ground on July 29, 1951, as a benefit match for Jack Crapp, the Gloucestershire and England
Official scorecard for the match played at Brondesbury on April 18th, 1954. This was for Len Muncer's Benefit season, who had played for both Middlesex and Glamorgan. Fred Titmus turned out for Brondesbury,
Eleven scorecards for the Club Cricket Championship final matches for 1976-78, 1981-85, 87, 89-90. All matches played at Lord's and under various sponsorship titles. All clean with no scores completed,
Two official cricket scorecards for matches played in 1961 and 1962. One partially completed in pencil. Good condition.
Three cricket scorecards for matches between Cornwall and Devon - August 30-31, 1961 at Penzance; July 27-28, 1962 at Wadebridge; July 31- August 1, 1964 at Penzance. Some scores recorded in pencil and
Three cricket scorecards for matches between Cornwall and Dorset - August 14-15, 1961 at Camborne; August 13-14, 1962 at Falmouth; August 19-20, 1966 at Penzance. Some scores recorded in pencil and
Two official cricket scorecards for matches played in 1961 and 1962. One completed in ink and one in pencil. Good condition.
Three official cricket scorecards for matches played in 1962, 64 and 65. One completed in ink and one partially in pencil. Good condition.
Cricket scorecard. Hesketh Park, August 4, 1930. Dartford won by 59 runs. 11 x 11cm. Single folded card. Completed in pencil. Very good. An interesting item relating to German cricket between the wars.
Four cricket scorecards for what became known as the annual "Sutcliffe" matches - 1932 (3rd), 1935 (6th), 1936 (7th) and 1950 (17th). The games in the 1930s were titled Datchet v Mr. D. Roth's Eleven,
Played on August 13th, 1944. Sutcliffe scored 53 batting at number 4, but the match was still lost. All scores recorded in pencil, with bowling analyses to reverse. Very good condition.
Played on August 26th, 1945. Percy Fender scored an unbeaten 92 as Sutcliffe's XI won by 3 wickets. All scores recorded in pencil. Very good condition.
Official scorecard for the cricket match played at Dorking on August 25th, 1971. Ken Barrington represented the M.C.C. Scores not completed. Very good.
Official scorecard for the match played at Farnham Park on August 8th, 1936. Surrey won the match by 182 runs, despite the presence of a very young Vic Cannings (Hants CCC) and J. Caesar in the Farnham
Flax Bourton, Aug 5, 1933. Drawn. Backwell House consisted of 11 members of the Robinson family. This was the 117th match in the series. 20 x 13cm. 4 page booklet with scorecards, averages etc. Fully
Official scorecard for the match played at Hamilton Crescent, Glasgow, on July 24th - 27th, 1948. Single folded sheet. Most scores recorded neatly in pencil. Good condition.
Single sheet card giving all the batting and bowling averages at the club for the 1890-91 season. Previously the property of Captain John Dunn, who became known as the "Grace of the East". He died in 1892
Liverpool Ground, Wavertree, July 17 - 18, 1860. I Zingari won by 58 runs. Arkwright took 13 wickets in the match for I Zingari. 12.5 x 9cm. Fully printed. Light horizontal fold mark. Sl fading. Good.
Official scorecard for the match played at Myreside on June 25th, 1946. Ten of the visitors were West Indian, including Clarke, Martindale and St. Hill. Single folded card. Some neat pencil scores inside.
Cricket scorecard for the Lancashire League match played at Littleborough on July 5th, 1952. C.S. Nayudu, the Indian cricketer, was the professional for Littleborough, and Des Fitzmaurice, the Australian,
Official scorecard for the match played at Lord's on August 15-16, 1900. Wiltshire started with an opening partnership of 310, before stumbling to 316 for 4. Their final total was 460. The printed score
Cricket scorecard for the match played at Worcester Park on April 19th 1958 - the second match of the 1958 New Zealand cricket tour of the UK. Some scores in ink. Very good condition.
Cricket scorecard for the match played on September 10th 1967. THe Mayor's XI was arranged by EW Swanton and the top four were Eddie Barlow, Mike Denness. Christopher Martin-Jenkins and Colin Bland. Barlow
Offcial scorecard for the Lancashire League cricket match between Nelson and Bacup, played on May 16th, 1931. From the scores, recorded in pencil, it seems that Learie Constantine scored 76* in helping
Lakenham. June 28-29, 1939. Match drawn after a century from Weekes and steady scoring from all the Norfolk team. The Norfolk team included two Edrich brothers and the three Rought-Rought brothers. Part-printed
Official cricket scorecard for the match played on July 15th, 1956. The West Indian XI was made up of players from the Northern cricket leagues, although most were or had been Test match players. Signed
Cricket scorecard. Jesmond, July 27-28, 1933. 15 x 12cm. Part printed and part completed in ink. Some light foxing and creasing, but generally in very good condition.
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