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Official scorecard for the match played on April 16-17, 1958. Henry Blofeld kept wicket and opened the batting for R.M. James' side. Part printed (first 3 wickets). A couple of repaired tears to left-hand
Official cricket scorecard from the game played at Fenners on June 14-16, 1920. The University won comfortably after Hubert Ashton scored 236* in the second innings. This was the record individual score
Official scorecard for the match played at Lord's on July 8-9, 1887. Eton, including Bromley-Davenport, Foley and Gosling defeated a strong Harrow team by 5 wickets. Harrow boasted AC MacLaren and FS Jackson
Official scorecard for the match played at Lord's on July 12-13, 1889. A strong Harrow team, including AC MacLaren and FS Jackson, won by 9 wickets. Fully printed. Very good condition.
Lord's, July 10 - 11, 1891. Harrow won by 7 wickets. Despite 70 and 41 from Brewis for Eton, Harrow were superior in batting, Bevington scoring 71, and bowling. Eton were handicapped by the absence of
Lord's, July 8 - 9, 1892. Harrow won by 64 runs. The first two balls of the match dismissed Harrow's Barlow and Ferris. 15.5 x 11.5cm. Part printed. Sl marks. Corner badly creased and barely attached.
Official scorecard for the match played at Lord's on July 13-14, 1894. Fully printed. Match drawn. Very good condition.
Lord's, July 13 - 14, 1906. Eton won by 4 wickets. Excellent batting by Pearson Gregory, with 90 and 45, ensured that Eton built a handsome first innings lead and survived a wobble when pressing for victory. 21
Lord's, July 7 - 8 1911. Eton won by three wickets.The key partnership of the match came in Eton's first innings when Wigan (79) and Colman (74) put on 113 for the second wicket. 21 x 12.5cm. Part printed,
Lord's, July 10 - 11, 1914. Eton won by 4 wickets. Harrow were ahead on first innings, despite Johnstone taking 7 for 66, but Eton's resolute run chase clinched a tight game. Wilson scored 65 and 58 for
Lord's, July 11 - 12, 1930. Eton won by eight wickets. with JC Atkinson-Clark notching a ton and AG pelham bagging 11 wickets in the match. 24 x 12.5cm. Part completed in pencil. Very good.
Lord's, July 10 - 11, 1936. Drawn. 23.5 x 12.5cm. Part entered in ink. Handwritten notes in margin. Very good.
Lord's, July 12 - 13 1946. The first time this fixture has been played since 1939 ended in a draw. 24 x 12.5cm. Part printed. Very good.
Lord's, July 4 - 5, 1958. A very dull game was played out to a draw. 24 x 12.5cm. Part completed in biro. Very good.
Lord's, July 1-2, 1960. Harrow won by 124 runs after Eton were bowled out cheaply in their second innings. 24 x 12.5cm. Fully printed. Very good condition.
Lord's, July 7-8, 1961. Harrow won by an innings and 12 runs after Titchener-Barrett had his moment in the sun, taking 12 wickets in the match. 24 x 12.5cm. Fully printed. Very good condition.
Lord's, July 1-2, 1965. Harrow won by 48 runs. 24 x 12.5cm. Fully printed. Very good condition.
Eton, June 28 - 29, 1929. Match drawn. 21 x 12.5cm. Very good.
A collection of 13 scorecards from 1952 and 1953, all played on the VI Form Ground. From 1952 the oppponents were: The Town, The Butterflies, The Free Foresters, The M.C.C., Malvern, Haileybury and I.S.C.,
Lord's, Aug 11 - 13, 1945. A Lord's XI won by 187 runs. Moore's hundred and Bailey's 7 for 44 in the first innings enabled the experienced team to declare twice and still win comfortably. 24 x 12.5cm.
A collection of 22 Marlborough College cricket scorecards, all fully printed. 1948 - 4 cards: 1949 - 9 cards; 1950 -9 cards. Opponents include MCC, Winchester, Wellington, Free Foresters, South Wilts,
Scorecard, listing teams only, for an exhibition cricket match on May 27, 1941. Signed in ink on the reverse by 11 players - RJO Meyer, H Gimblett, F Lee, J Lee, H Buse, MF Tremlett and LSt.V Powell (all
Played on July 20 - 21, 1962. Mike Griffith (Sussex) and Christopher Martin-Jenkins played for Marlborough. Part printed with one score in ink. Good.
Played on June 24-25, 1966. Christopher Martin-Jenkins played for the Blues. Part printed. Very good.
Played on June 22nd 1963. Marlborough won by 6 wickets. Christopher Martin-Jenkins played for Marlborough. Fully printed. A couple of light marks. Good.
Official scorecard for a remarkable match played at the United Services Cricket Club Ground in Portsmouth on July 31st - August 2nd 1893. The Australians amassed a huge 843 in their first innings with
Official scorecard for the match played at Lord's on July 1-2, 1892. Oxford won by 6 wickets after centuries by Malcolm Jardine (140 - his highest first-class score) and Vernon Hill (114). Streatfeild
Lord's, July 2 - 4, 1896. Oxford University won by 4 wickets. WG Grace jnr, Jessop, Warner, Leveson-Gower and Foster were all playing, but they were put in the shade by Hartley and Smith of Oxford. Hartley,
Lord's, July 5 - 7, 1897. Cambridge won by 179 runs. After a level first innings, in which Jessop took 6 for 65 for Cambridge, Shine and de Zoete shared 8 wickets in Oxford's second innings as they fell
Lord's, July 3 - 5, 1899. Drawn. This was the first relatively high-scoring draw in the University match, with the batting of both sides being stronger than their bowling. Bosanquet of Oxford was the exception,
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