England Domestic Season, England v The Bs at Lord's (Old), Jun 12-14, 1810
England won by 6 wickets
12,13,14 June 1810 (3-day match)
  The Bs 1st innings R
H Bentley b Lambert 10
John Bennett st †Hammond 17
J Wells hit wicket b ? 19
EH Budd c Harding 27
W Beldham b Lambert 0
Lord F Beauclerk c †Lambert 41
S Bridger c Howard 2
C Bentley b Hammond 4
J Bentley b Lambert 7
J Lawrell b Hammond 0
J Barton not out 4
Extras (b 6) 6
  Total (all out) 137

Fall of wickets Unknown

  Bowling W
  W Lambert 3
  J Hammond 2
  England 1st innings R
James Harding c Beldham 0
TC Howard b Wells 0
W Lambert c Beldham 9
W Ayling c Beldham 15
T Walker b Beauclerk 6
J Hammond c Wells 3
R Robinson c H Bentley 19
TA Smith b Beauclerk 21
J Small jnr c Beldham 8
A Freemantle c Beauclerk 12
B Aislabie not out 5
Extras (b 2) 2
  Total (all out) 100

Fall of wickets Unknown

  Bowling W
  J Wells 1
  Lord F Beauclerk 2
  The Bs 2nd innings R
H Bentley c Harding 0
John Bennett st †Lambert 0
J Wells b Hammond 4
W Beldham b Hammond 0
Lord F Beauclerk b Hammond 0
S Bridger c Hammond 1
C Bentley b Hammond 0
J Bentley not out 0
J Lawrell c Smith 1
J Barton b Hammond 0
EH Budd absent hurt -
Extras 0
  Total (all out) 6

Fall of wickets Unknown

  Bowling W
  J Hammond 5
  England 2nd innings (target: 44 runs) R
James Harding c Bridger 0
TC Howard c Budd 4
W Ayling not out 0
T Walker c Beauclerk 8
R Robinson not out 23
TA Smith c Beauclerk 8
Extras (b 1) 1
  Total (4 wickets) 44

Fall of wickets Unknown

Match details


Balls per over 4
Toss - Unknown
Umpires - Unknown
Close of play
  • Tue, 12 Jun - day 1 - unknown
  • Wed, 13 Jun - day 2 - unknown
  • Thu, 14 Jun - day 3 - England 2nd innings 44/4 - end of match

Match Notes


General
    • England Captain not named
    • The Bs Captain not named
    • The Bs Wicket-keeper not named
    • England 1st innings: bowlers' runs conceded do not balance
    • The Bs 1st innings: bowlers' runs conceded do not balance
    • England 2nd innings: bowlers' runs conceded do not balance
    • The Bs 2nd innings: bowlers' runs conceded do not balance
    • It is not known which Harding played (probably James). The Bs total of 6 all out is the lowest score ever recorded in an important match'. Wells got his four runs in one hit, so there were only three scoring strokes in the innings
 
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