England Domestic Season, Chertsey v England at Laleham, Sep 10-11, 1778
Chertsey won by an innings and 25 runs
10,11 September 1778 (2-day match)
  England 1st innings R
Boltwood c Bedster 27
S Colchin b Lamborn 0
R Miller b Stevens 5
J Aylward run out 1
J Boorman c Bedster 0
Mansfield c Minchin 2
C Phillips c Mills 6
W Bullen b Stevens 2
Pemmell c Bedster 2
Polden not out 2
Irons b Lamborn 4
Extras (b 14) 14
  Total (all out) 65

Fall of wickets Unknown

  Bowling W
  E Stevens 2
  Lamborn 2
  Chertsey 1st innings R
J Edmeads b Bullen 20
T Swayne b Polden 5
W Yalden b Polden 49
E Stevens not out 24
H Attfield b Polden 24
J Minchin c Pemmell 12
W Bartholomew b Mansfield 9
W Bedster c Aylward 9
R Simmons b Boorman 6
Lamborn b Bullen 6
Mills b Polden 2
Extras (b 12) 12
  Total (all out) 178

Fall of wickets Unknown

  Bowling W
  W Bullen 2
  J Boorman 1
  Mansfield 1
  Polden 4
  England 2nd innings R
Boltwood b Stevens 7
S Colchin b Stevens 4
R Miller c Minchin 29
J Aylward b Lamborn 5
J Boorman b Lamborn 7
Mansfield not out 15
C Phillips b Lamborn 2
W Bullen c Attfield 2
Pemmell b Lamborn 2
Polden b Lamborn 8
Irons b Lamborn 0
Extras (b 7) 7
  Total (all out) 88

Fall of wickets Unknown

  Bowling W
  E Stevens 2
  Lamborn 6

Match details


Balls per over 4
Toss - Unknown
First-class debuts - Mills and T Swayne (Chertsey); Boltwood, Irons, Mansfield and Polden (England)
Umpires - Unknown
Close of play
  • Thu, 10 Sep - day 1 - unknown
  • Fri, 11 Sep - day 2 - England 2nd innings 88 - end of match

Match Notes


General
    • Chertsey Captain not named
    • Chertsey Wicket-keeper not named
    • England Captain not named
    • England Wicket-keeper not named
    • Chertsey 1st innings: bowlers' runs conceded do not balance
    • England 1st innings: bowlers' runs conceded do not balance
    • Chertsey 2nd innings: bowlers' runs conceded do not balance
    • England 2nd innings: bowlers' runs conceded do not balance
    • Although Chertsey matches have generally not been included, an exception is made in this case because of the strength of the Chertsey team: almost a full Surrey side except for T White.
    • The England team was barring Hampshire, but it includes some strong players alongside a few lesser lights. It is possible that Irons is to be identified with John I'ons, who scored 197 in a match in 1783, according to the Sporting Magazine in 1795.
    • A return match was advertised for the Artillery Ground on 15 September but no details have been found and it may not have taken place.
 
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