England Domestic Season, Gentlemen v Players at Lord's, Jul 3-4, 1837
Players won by an innings and 10 runs
Played at Lord's, London
3,4 July 1837 (3-day match)
  Gentlemen 1st innings R
R Kynaston c Wenman b Lillywhite 5
N Felix c Wenman b Lillywhite 5
EH Grimston st †Box b Lillywhite 13
W Ward* c †Box b Lillywhite 2
CG Taylor b Lillywhite 5
HE Knatchbull b Lillywhite 6
W Meyrick c †Box b Lillywhite 0
GT Knight b Lillywhite 0
A Coote not out 7
RW Keate c †Box b Redgate 1
FH Hervey-Bathurst st †Box b Lillywhite 8
Extras (b 1, w 1) 2
  Total (all out) 54

Fall of wickets Unknown

  Bowling W
  FW Lillywhite 9
  S Redgate 1
  Players 1st innings R
R Mills b Hervey-Bathurst 0
T Box b Taylor 0
T Marsden b Hervey-Bathurst 1
G Jarvis c Knatchbull b Taylor 0
F Pilch hit wicket b Hervey-Bathurst 9
EG Wenman b Hervey-Bathurst 35
S Redgate c Ward b Hervey-Bathurst 0
J Taylor b Taylor 0
G Millyard c Felix b Taylor 0
J Cobbett not out 32
FW Lillywhite st †Knatchbull b Knight 5
Extras (b 8, w 8, nb 1) 17
  Total (all out) 99
  Bowling W
  FH Hervey-Bathurst 5
  CG Taylor 4
  GT Knight 1
  Gentlemen 2nd innings R
R Kynaston c Wenman b Lillywhite 8
N Felix b Lillywhite 1
EH Grimston b Redgate 2
W Ward* b Lillywhite 2
CG Taylor run out 7
HE Knatchbull c Lillywhite b Redgate 6
W Meyrick b Redgate 0
GT Knight not out 1
A Coote run out 1
RW Keate b Lillywhite 6
FH Hervey-Bathurst c Wenman b Redgate 0
Extras (b 1) 1
  Total (all out) 35

Fall of wickets Unknown

  Bowling W
  FW Lillywhite 4
  S Redgate 4

Match details


Balls per over 4
Toss - Unknown
Umpires - Unknown
Close of play
  • Mon, 3 Jul - day 1 - unknown
  • Tue, 4 Jul - day 2 - Gentlemen 2nd innings 35 - end of match

Match Notes


General
    • Gentlemen Captain not named
    • Gentlemen Wicket-keeper not named
    • Players Captain not named
    • Players 1st innings: bowlers' runs conceded do not balance
    • Gentlemen 1st innings: bowlers' runs conceded do not balance
    • Players 2nd innings: bowlers' runs conceded do not balance
    • Gentlemen 2nd innings: bowlers' runs conceded do not balance
    • In this match known as the 'Barn Door Match' the Players defended a wicket of four stumps 36 in. by 12 in., whereas the Gentlemen defended three stumps of normal size (27 in. by 8 in.). Pilch is given out 'hat knocked on wicket' in Scores and Biographies
 
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