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Pelham Warner's XI Cricket Tours to USA - 1897 and 1898
by DreamCricket USA
Nov 21, 2010

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In 1897 and 1898, Pelham Warner, the Grand Old Man of English Cricket, led two successive tours to USA.  

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Although Warner is remembered most as the manager of the infamous Bodyline tour, that was an aberration in an otherwise sterling career in cricket which included tours to South Africa, New Zealand, Canada, the United States, South America, Portugal, Holland and Denmark.

Pic (Right): Pelham Warner led two successful tours of USA in 1897 and 1898.

'Plum' Warner was named the Wisden Cricketer of the Year in 1904 and 1921, became the President of MCC in 1950, founded The Cricketer magazine in 1921, had a Lord's stand named after him in 1958, and was knighted in 1937.  Not only did he captain MCC and Oxford, he captained England on tours to Australia and South Africa.   Ironically, his brother Aucher Warner, a Trinidadian, captained West Indies on their first tour of England in 1900.

In September 4, 1897, Pelham Warner's team left for USA on board USMS St. Paul.   Warner was just 23 years old but sought inspiration from Lord Hawke before him.  There was a lot of anticipation surrounding this tour, and a lot of that had to do with one man - John Bart King.

The Gentlemen of Philadelphia had toured England in the summer of 1897 and John Bart King impressed everyone who came to watch.   He shocked the hosts, Sussex, with his bowling feats which included a match-winning 7 for 13 effort.  GOP won the match after dismissing the hosts for 46 in just under an hour.   In the second innings, King took 6 for 102 giving his side a much-needed victory after two consecutive losses to Lancashire and Cambridge University. 

In an otherwise lacklustre 15 match tour, in which GOP lost 9 matches and won 2, Bart King played an instrumental role in the GOP's second win against Warwickshire.   In this match, he took 12 Warwickshire wickets (5 for 95 and 7 for 72) and then scored 46 not out in the second innings.

Pic (Right): Following his performances in 1897, Bart King was declared the greatest bowler in USA and perhaps the world.

The tour of USA by Warner's XI in the fall of 1897 was essentially a return tour.   Warner was one of three first class captains on the team which included Gilbert Jessop (captain of Gloucestershire), W McG Hemmingway (also of Gloucestershire), HDG Leveson-Gower (captain of Surrey), Harry Chinnery (Surrey), HH Marriott and FW Stocks (of Leicestershire), JN Tonge (Kent), Frank Bull (Essex), RA Bennett (Hampshire), JR Head (Middlesex), and AD Whatman (Eton).

The first two matches were played at Livingston Field in Staten Island which Warner observed was "rather small but exceedingly pretty" in his book "Cricket in many climes."   A New York Times report recorded the events of the second of these two one-day (but not limited overs) matches.   In this match, played on September 15, 1897, New York had the upper hand.  All New York scored 182 for 7 (declared) and restricted the English side to 129 for 8 in 33.2 overs before the match ended in a draw. 

From here, Warner's XI proceeded to Philadelphia and Baltimore where they played four matches in all.   The first two of these matches were against weaker sides as the series gradually progressed towards the highlight of the tour - two 3-day matches between the Gentlemen of Philadelphia (GOP) and the Englishmen in Philadelphia.  

In the first of the two matches against the GOP, Plum Warner's XI met with a fate similar to Lord Hawke's XI in 1891.  At the Belmont Cricket Club ground on September 24, 1897, the hosts batted first and scored 242 all out.   They then dealt the most serious blow on any visiting side when John Bart King, a pioneering exponent of right arm in-swing bowling and one of the greatest bowlers of all time, bowled a magical spell of 9 for 25 from 14.3 overs.   The Englishmen were all out for 63! 

Following on, Warner's XI scored 372 but the damage was already done and the home side attained their target with 4 wickets to spare.  Bart King, playing on his home ground, scored 44 runs in the second innings giving his side a decisive victory against a highly rated team.  

Pic (Right): Warner wrote about his USA tour experience in the book "Cricket in Many Climes"

In the last match at Merion, Warner's XI restored some of the lost pride by defeating the hosts by 7 wickets.   Thus, the 1897 tour of the English against Gentlemen of Philadelphia ended with a remarkable 1-1 record.  

In 1898, the visitors led by Warner had an easier time thanks to the prodigious talent of Bosie Bosanquet who invented the googly as I wrote in an article titled "Cricket and the real origin of google." and tried it on the hapless Americans to great effect.  

Bernard Bosanquet, wrote: "about the year 1897 I was playing a game with a tennis ball, known as `Twisti-Twosti.' The object was to bounce the ball on a table so that your opponent sitting opposite could not catch it. After a little experimenting I managed to pitch the ball which broke in a certain direction; then with more or less the same delivery make the next ball go in the opposite direction!"

"I practised the same thing with a soft ball at `Stump-cricket.' From this I progressed to the cricket ball. I devoted a great deal of time to practisting the googly at the nets, occasionally in unimportant matches."

The first "unimportant" matches happened to be in USA. Even though he did not use the delivery in county cricket until about July of 1900, for Middlesex v. Leicestershire at Lord's, Bosanquet got a chance to try this out on his international tours - and his first such tour was the P. F. Warner's tour of USA in 1898.

For his part, John Bart King reached 150 first class wickets and got a 6-wicket haul in the only match played by GOP on the 1898 tour.

1897 Tour: Match 2: Livingston Field, Staten Island on 15th September 1897 (1-day match)
Result    Match drawn 

All New York first innings  

MR Cobb    b Chinnery    25                    
RT Rokeby    c Warner b Leveson-Gower    11                    
JF Curran    b Chinnery    3                    
FF Kelly    b Chinnery    2                    
CH Clarke    c Whatman b Warner    47                    
HC Wright    b Chinnery    5                    
HN Townsend    b Leveson-Gower    14                    
FJ Prendergast    not out    49                    
J Adam    not out    10                    
SA Webb    did not bat     
TS Hope-Simpson    did not bat     
Extras    (12 b, 3 lb, 1 w)    16
Total    (7 wickets, declared, 61 overs)    182

Fall of wickets:
1-30, 2-42, 3-46, 4-47, 5-69, 6-90, 7-103

PF Warner's XI bowling    Overs    Mdns    Runs    Wkts    Wides    No-Balls
Leveson-Gower    20       3    55    2    -    -
Head    11       5    28    0    -    -
Chinnery    19       6    47    4    -    -
Marriott    3       0    21    0    -    -
Warner    8       3    15    1    -    -

PF Warner's XI first innings

AD Whatman    c Cobb b Kelly    8                    
+RA Bennett    b Kelly    16                    
WM Hemingway    b Kelly    5                    
HB Chinnery    c Wright b Cobb    14                    
FG Bull    b Cobb    12                    
FW Stocks    b Kelly    22                    
*PF Warner    b Kelly    0                    
GL Jessop    c Prendergast b Cobb    4                    
HDG Leveson-Gower    not out    36                    
HH Marriott    did not bat     
JR Head    did not bat     
Extras    (6 b, 6 lb)    12
Total    (8 wickets, 33.2 overs)    129

Fall of wickets:
1-11, 2-16, 3-41, 4-57, 5-60, 6-61, 7-72, 8-129 (33.2 ov)

All New York bowling    Overs    Mdns    Runs    Wkts  

Cobb    15       0    72    3    -    -
Kelly    16.2    3    37    5    -    -
Clarke    2       1    8    0    -    -
   
Source: New York Times

Match 4: Belmont Cricket Club Ground, Philadelphia on 24th, 25th, 27th September 1897 (3-day match)
Result    Gentlemen of Philadelphia won by 4 wickets

Gentlemen of Philadelphia first innings

HC Thayer    st Bennett b Bull    35                    
AM Wood    b Bull    0                    
WW Noble    b Bull    20                    
JA Lester    c Leveson-Gower b Chinnery    73                    
JB King    c Stocks b Bull    14                    
HC Coates    c and b Stocks    44                    
EW Clark    not out    17                    
EM Cregar    c Chinnery b Jessop    8                    
W Brockie    c Stocks b Jessop    1                    
PH Clark    b Bull    3                    
+JH Scattergood    c Leveson-Gower b Bull    4                    
Extras    (14 b, 7 lb, 2 nb)    23
Total    (all out, 85.4 overs)    242

Fall of wickets:
1-4, 2-40, 3-84, 4-114, 5-186, 6-205, 7-226, 8-229, 9-238, 10-242 (85.4 ov)

PF Warner's XI bowling    Overs    Mdns    Runs    Wkts 

Jessop    24       2    62    2    -    -
Bull    36.4    4    95    6    -    -
Stocks    17       4    42    1    -    -
Chinnery    8       2    20    1    -    -

PF Warner's XI first innings   

*PF Warner    c King b EW Clark    0                    
HB Chinnery    c EW Clark b King    0                    
HH Marriott    b King    0                    
FW Stocks    b King    0                    
JR Head    b King    14                    
JN Tonge    b King    10                    
GL Jessop    b King    7                    
HDG Leveson-Gower    b King    5                    
+RA Bennett    c Brockie b King    10                    
WM Hemingway    b King    9                    
FG Bull    not out    6                    
Extras    (2 lb)    2
Total    (all out, 28.3 overs)    63

Fall of wickets:
1-0, 2-0, 3-0, 4-0, 5-12, 6-31, 7-34, 8-41, 9-52, 10-63 (28.3 ov)

Gentlemen of Philadelphia bowling    Overs    Mdns    Runs    Wkts

King    14.3    6    25    9    -    -
EW Clark    14       2    36    1    -    -

PF Warner's XI second innings (following on) 

HB Chinnery    c Wood b EW Clark    8                    
*PF Warner    c Scattergood b PH Clark    51                    
WM Hemingway    c Scattergood b PH Clark    56                    
JR Head    c Brockie b Cregar    101                    
GL Jessop    st Scattergood b PH Clark    11                    
HDG Leveson-Gower    b King    63                    
JN Tonge    c Scattergood b PH Clark    23                    
+RA Bennett    c Scattergood b Cregar    3                    
HH Marriott    c Wood b PH Clark    26                    
FW Stocks    not out    4                    
FG Bull    c Scattergood b Cregar    0                    
Extras    (18 b, 3 lb, 1 nb, 4 w)    26
Total    (all out, 119.3 overs)    372 

Fall of wickets:
1-27, 2-123, 3-141, 4-157, 5-311, 6-312, 7-315, 8-361, 9-370, 10-372 (119.3 ov) 

Gentlemen of Philadelphia bowling    Overs    Mdns    Runs    Wkts 

King    28       4    103    1    -    -
EW Clark    37       11    94    1    -    -
Cregar    18.3    6    49    3    -    -
PH Clark    27       7    60    5    -    -
Lester    9       0    40    0    -    - 

Gentlemen of Philadelphia second innings    

AM Wood    c Stocks b Chinnery    10                    
HC Thayer    b Bull    44                    
JA Lester    c Bennett b Stocks    24                    
WW Noble    b Head    42                    
JB King    b Head    44                    
HC Coates    st Bennett b Head    2                    
EW Clark    not out    7                    
EM Cregar    not out    2                    
W Brockie    did not bat     
PH Clark    did not bat     
+JH Scattergood    did not bat     
Extras    (15 b, 1 lb, 2 nb, 1 w)    19
Total    (6 wickets, 62.3 overs)    194

Fall of wickets:
1-34, 2-79, 3-89, 4-174, 5-178, 6-?

PF Warner's XI bowling    Overs    Mdns    Runs    Wkts    Wides    No-Balls
Jessop    19       7    42    0    -    -
Bull    20.3    4    67    1    -    -
Stocks    14       2    35    1    -    -
Chinnery    3       0    9    1    -    -
Head    6       1    22    3    -    -   

Match 5: Merion Cricket Club Ground, Haverford on 1st, 2nd, 4th October 1897 (3-day match)
Result    PF Warner's XI won by 7 wickets

PF Warner's XI first innings 

*PF Warner    b King    8                    
HB Chinnery    b PH Clark    63                    
WM Hemingway    b Baily    0                    
JR Head    c Scattergood b PH Clark    16                    
GL Jessop    c Wood b PH Clark    66                    
HDG Leveson-Gower    c King b Baily    85                    
JN Tonge    c Wood b PH Clark    7                    
+RA Bennett    b King    9                    
HH Marriott    run out    42                    
FW Stocks    not out    2                    
FG Bull    b PH Clark    0                    
Extras    (15 b, 5 lb, 1 nb, 3 w)    24
Total    (all out, 77 overs)    322

Fall of wickets:
1-?, 2-?, 3-?, 4-?, 5-?, 6-?, 7-?, 8-?, 9-?, 10-322 (77 ov)

Gentlemen of Philadelphia bowling    Overs    Mdns    Runs    Wkts

King    20       4    102    2    -    -
Baily    17       4    51    2    -    -
PH Clark    22       2    78    5    -    -
Morton    7       0    28    0    -    -
EW Clark    9       1    28    0    -    -
Noble    2       0    11    0    -    -

Gentlemen of Philadelphia first innings 

JEC Morton    b Bull    4                    
PH Clark    lbw b Bull    0                    
EW Clark    b Jessop    22                    
HC Coates    b Jessop    9                    
WW Noble    b Jessop    38                    
HC Thayer    b Jessop    2                    
AM Wood    c Chinnery b Jessop    9                    
JB King    not out    22                    
N Etting    b Bull    0                    
HP Baily    b Bull    2                    
+JH Scattergood    c Bennett b Bull    11                    
Extras    (7 b, 2 lb, 4 nb)    13
Total    (all out, 54.3 overs)    132

Fall of wickets:
1-4, 2-11, 3-30, 4-54, 5-65, 6-90, 7-93, 8-98, 9-99, 10-132 (54.3 ov)

PF Warner's XI bowling    Overs    Mdns    Runs    Wkts    Wides    No-Balls
Bull    27.3    6    64    5    -    -
Jessop    27       7    55    5    -    -

Gentlemen of Philadelphia second innings (following on) 

AM Wood    c and b Bull    14                    
HC Thayer    b Chinnery    27                    
WW Noble    c Head b Jessop    64                    
N Etting    st Bennett b Bull    13                    
JB King    c and b Jessop    68                    
HC Coates    st Bennett b Bull    5                    
EW Clark    b Jessop    7                    
PH Clark    c Warner b Bull    31                    
HP Baily    b Jessop    8                    
JEC Morton    b Bull    1                    
+JH Scattergood    not out    7                    
Extras        11
Total    (all out, 69.1 overs)    256

Fall of wickets:
1-22, 2-95, 3-122, 4-124, 5-136, 6-?, 7-225, 8-?, 9-?, 10-256 (69.1 ov)

PF Warner's XI bowling    Overs    Mdns    Runs    Wkts

Bull    27.1    1    98    5    -    -
Jessop    23       4    70    4    -    -
Stocks    8       1    33    0    -    -
Chinnery    6       0    22    1    -    -
Head    5       1    22    0    -    -

PF Warner's XI second innings 

*PF Warner    c Thayer b King    3                    
HB Chinnery    c Etting b King    26                    
WM Hemingway    b PH Clark    3                    
JR Head    not out    6                    
GL Jessop    not out    26                    
HDG Leveson-Gower    did not bat     
JN Tonge    did not bat     
+RA Bennett    did not bat     
HH Marriott    did not bat     
FW Stocks    did not bat     
FG Bull    did not bat     
Extras    (2 b, 3 lb, 1 nb)    6
Total    (3 wickets, 19 overs)    70

Fall of wickets:
1-11, 2-37, 3-37

Gentlemen of Philadelphia bowling    Overs    Mdns    Runs    Wkts

King    10       0    50    2    -    -
Baily    6       3    9    0    -    -
PH Clark    3       0    5    1    -    -
 

1898 - Pelham Warner's XI Tour of USA

    21 Sep 1898              All New York v PF Warner's XI     Livingston Field, Staten Island     misc29603
    23 Sep 1898              Philadelphia Colts v PF Warner's XI     Merion Cricket Club Ground, Haverford  - no report
    28 Sep 1898              Baltimore v PF Warner's XI     Catonsville  - no report    
    30 Sep 1898              Gentlemen of Philadelphia v PF Warner's XI     Germantown Cricket Club Ground, Manheim, Philadelphia 
    08 Oct 1898              Chicago v PF Warner's XI     Chicago - no report  

Match 1: Gentlemen of Philadelphia vs PF Warner's XI at Philadelphia Cricket Club (16 Sept, 1898)

Gentlemen of Philadelphia first innings 

NZ Graves    b Bosanquet    3                    
AM Wood    c Bray b Ainsworth    0                    
FH Bates    c Bray b Bosanquet    21                    
WW Noble    c Bosanquet b Ainsworth    3                    
*RD Brown    st Bray b Bosanquet    10                    
PH Clark    c Bray b Bosanquet    5                    
JB King    not out    28                    
W Thayer    lbw b Ainsworth    0                    
JEC Morton    b Ainsworth    8                    
HC Townsend    b Ainsworth    6                    
+JH Scattergood    c Bray b Ainsworth    10                    
Extras        0
Total    (all out, 52.3 overs)    94

Fall of wickets:
1-3, 2-3, 3-6, 4-21, 5-32, 6-46, 7-49, 8-59, 9-82, 10-94 (52.3 ov)

PF Warner's XI bowling    Overs    Mdns    Runs    Wkts

Bosanquet    24       9    35    4    -    -
Ainsworth    26.3    5    54    6    -    -
Hill    2       0    5    0    -    -

PF Warner's XI first innings

*PF Warner    c Scattergood b Clark    25                    
F Mitchell    c Morton b Clark    21                    
COH Sewell    c Bates b Clark    0                    
VT Hill    b Morton    3                    
BJT Bosanquet    c Scattergood b King    20                    
GE Winter    b Morton    2                    
+EH Bray    b Morton    4                    
RSA Warner    c Brown b Morton    0                    
R Berens    b King    4                    
JL Ainsworth    not out    3                    
CJ Burnup    c Morton b King    0                    
Extras    (1 b, 1 lb)    2
Total    (all out, 42.1 overs)    84

Fall of wickets:
1-44, 2-46, 3-53, 4-53, 5-74, 6-75, 7-79, 8-79, 9-79, 10-84 (42.1 ov)

Gentlemen of Philadelphia bowling    Overs    Mdns    Runs    Wkts

King    14.1    6    29    3    -    -
Townsend    8       1    19    0    -    -
Clark    7       1    21    3    -    -
Morton    13       5    13    4    -    -

Gentlemen of Philadelphia second innings

NZ Graves    b Hill    1                    
AM Wood    c Bray b Ainsworth    15                    
FH Bates    c Hill b Ainsworth    0                    
WW Noble    c Bray b Ainsworth    0                    
*RD Brown    c Bosanquet b Hill    10                    
PH Clark    st Bray b Ainsworth    1                    
JB King    b Ainsworth    10                    
W Thayer    not out    4                    
JEC Morton    c Hill b Bosanquet    9                    
HC Townsend    c Hill b Bosanquet    3                    
+JH Scattergood    c and b Bosanquet    0                    
Extras    (2 b, 2 lb, 2 w)    6
Total    (all out, 46 overs)    59

Fall of wickets:
1-19, 2-21, 3-22, 4-26, 5-30, 6-31, 7-48, 8-48, 9-57, 10-59 (46 ov)

PF Warner's XI bowling    Overs    Mdns    Runs    Wkts

Bosanquet    13       3    26    3    -    -
Ainsworth    23       16    13    5    -    -
Hill    10       4    14    2    -    -

PF Warner's XI second innings

*PF Warner    c Bates b King    4                    
CJ Burnup    c Scattergood b Clark    12                    
F Mitchell    not out    20                    
COH Sewell    not out    25                    
VT Hill    did not bat     
BJT Bosanquet    did not bat     
GE Winter    did not bat     
+EH Bray    did not bat     
RSA Warner    did not bat     
R Berens    did not bat     
JL Ainsworth    did not bat     
Extras    (4 b, 4 lb, 1 nb)    9
Total    (2 wickets, 22.4 overs)    70

Fall of wickets:
1-9, 2-34

Gentlemen of Philadelphia bowling    Overs    Mdns    Runs    Wkts

King    7.4    1    18    1    -    -
Townsend    1       0    7    0    -    -
Clark    4       1    16    1    -    -
Morton    9       2    15    0    -    -
Bates    1       0    5    0    -    -
   

Match 2: All New York vs PF Warner's XI at Livingston Field, Staten Island (21 September 1898 - 2-day match)

Result    PF Warner's XI won by an innings and 247 runs

All New York first innings

MR Cobb    b Ainsworth    10                    
CH Clarke    c PF Warner b Ainsworth    8                    
CP Hurditch    c Bray b Bosanquet    7                    
JF Curran    st Bray b Ainsworth    0                    
RE Bonner    lbw b Ainsworth    0                    
SB Lohmann    c Bosanquet b Ainsworth    10                    
RT Rokeby    b Bosanquet    8                    
FF Kelly    b Bosanquet    1                    
FWT Stiles    b Bosanquet    0                    
HC Wright    b Bosanquet    2                    
WSR Ogilby    not out    1                    
Extras    (2 b)    2
Total    (all out)    49

Fall of wickets:
1-?, 2-?, 3-?, 4-?, 5-?, 6-?, 7-?, 8-?, 9-?, 10-49

PF Warner's XI bowling    Overs    Mdns    Runs    Wkts    Wides    No-Balls
Ainsworth    ?    ?    ?    5    -    -
Bosanquet    ?    ?    ?    5    -    -

PF Warner's XI first innings

*PF Warner    b Cobb    22                    
COH Sewell    b Kelly    14                    
RSA Warner    lbw b Kelly    5                    
CJ Burnup    c Bonner b Cobb    61                    
F Mitchell    b Lohmann    66                    
VT Hill    b Kelly    84                    
BJT Bosanquet    lbw b Cobb    7                    
GE Winter    c Wright b Kelly    28                    
+EH Bray    b Cobb    83                    
R Berens    c Wright b Lohmann    14                    
JL Ainsworth    not out    0                    
Extras    (30 b, 5 lb)    35
Total    (all out)    419

Fall of wickets:
1-?, 2-?, 3-?, 4-?, 5-?, 6-?, 7-?, 8-?, 9-?, 10-419

All New York bowling    Overs    Mdns    Runs    Wkts    Wides    No-Balls
Cobb    ?    ?    ?    4    -    -
Kelly    ?    ?    ?    4    -    -
Lohmann    ?    ?    ?    2    -    -

All New York second innings

MR Cobb    st Berens b Ainsworth    2                    
CH Clarke    run out    22                    
CP Hurditch    c and b Ainsworth    9                    
JF Curran    st Berens b Ainsworth    11                    
RE Bonner    not out    16                    
SB Lohmann    c Winter b Hill    16                    
RT Rokeby    c Sewell b Winter    23                    
FF Kelly    c Mitchell b Hill    6                    
FWT Stiles    c RSA Warner b Hill    0                    
HC Wright    c PF Warner b Hill    0                    
WSR Ogilby    st Berens b Ainsworth    2                    
Extras    (13 b, 3 lb)    16
Total    (all out)    123
Fall of wickets:
1-?, 2-?, 3-?, 4-?, 5-?, 6-?, 7-?, 8-?, 9-?, 10-123

PF Warner's XI bowling    Overs    Mdns    Runs    Wkts    Wides    No-Balls
Ainsworth    ?    ?    ?    4    -    -
Hill    ?    ?    ?    4    -    -
Winter    ?    ?    ?    1    -    -
    
Match 4:  PF Warner's XI vs Gentlemen of Philadelphia, Germantown Cricket Club Ground, Manheim (30th Sept - 3rd October 1898 - 3-day match)
Result    PF Warner's XI won by 4 wickets

Gentlemen of Philadelphia first innings

JB King    c Sewell b Ainsworth    18                    
NZ Graves    run out    37                    
WW Noble    b Hill    28                    
JEC Morton    b Bosanquet    0                    
*RD Brown    b Ainsworth    37                    
DH Adams    b Ainsworth    0                    
AM Wood    c Bray b Ainsworth    2                    
HC Thayer    b Ainsworth    0                    
PH Clark    b Ainsworth    3                    
FH Bates    c Mitchell b Ainsworth    9                    
+JH Scattergood    not out    0                    
Extras    (5 b, 4 lb)    9
Total    (all out, 55 overs)    143

Fall of wickets:
1-40, 2-61, 3-63, 4-97, 5-103, 6-113, 7-113, 8-117, 9-140, 10-143 (55 ov)

PF Warner's XI bowling

Ainsworth    27       7    61    7    -    -
Bosanquet    19       5    37    1    -    -
Hill    3       1    12    1    -    -
Winter    6       0    24    0    -    -

PF Warner's XI first innings

CJ Burnup    c Noble b King    43                    
*PF Warner    c Wood b Clark    21                    
F Mitchell    c and b Clark    31                    
COH Sewell    c Wood b Clark    1                    
VT Hill    c Graves b King    4                    
BJT Bosanquet    b King    9                    
+EH Bray    b King    0                    
GE Winter    b Clark    12                    
RSA Warner    lbw b King    0                    
R Berens    b King    0                    
JL Ainsworth    not out    1                    
Extras    (5 lb, 1 nb, 5 w)    11
Total    (all out, 44.1 overs)    133

Fall of wickets:
1-62, 2-101, 3-106, 4-106, 5-119, 6-120, 7-121, 8-121, 9-129, 10-133 (44.1 ov)

Gentlemen of Philadelphia bowling

King    16       5    32    6    -    -
Morton    4       0    20    0    -    -
Adams    10       1    34    0    -    -
Clark    14.1    6    36    4    -    -

Gentlemen of Philadelphia second innings

JB King    c Burnup b Ainsworth    1                    
NZ Graves    b Ainsworth    9                    
WW Noble    b Bosanquet    3                    
JEC Morton    st Bray b Ainsworth    6                    
*RD Brown    c Burnup b Ainsworth    13                    
DH Adams    c and b Ainsworth    19                    
AM Wood    c Ainsworth b Winter    53                    
HC Thayer    c Burnup b Winter    5                    
PH Clark    b Bosanquet    16                    
FH Bates    c Bray b Ainsworth    0                    
+JH Scattergood    not out    3                    
Extras    (16 b, 2 lb, 1 w)    19
Total    (all out, 56.4 overs)    147

Fall of wickets:
1-8, 2-13, 3-13, 4-54, 5-87, 6-88, 7-132, 8-138, 9-142, 10-147 (56.4 ov)

PF Warner's XI bowling 

Ainsworth    28.4    5    55    6    -    -
Bosanquet    15       3    39    2    -    -
Hill    7       3    18    0    -    -
Winter    6       1    16    2    -    -

PF Warner's XI second innings

*PF Warner    c and b King    13                    
CJ Burnup    c Wood b Clark    13                    
F Mitchell    lbw b King    20                    
COH Sewell    c Clark b King    7                    
BJT Bosanquet    c and b Clark    30                    
GE Winter    b Clark    26                    
VT Hill    not out    41                    
+EH Bray    not out    5                    
RSA Warner    did not bat     
R Berens    did not bat     
JL Ainsworth    did not bat     
Extras    (3 b, 1 nb, 2 w)    6
Total    (6 wickets, 59 overs)    161

Fall of wickets:
1-26, 2-30, 3-49, 4-69, 5-96, 6-127

Gentlemen of Philadelphia bowling    Overs    Mdns    Runs    Wkts    Wides    No-Balls

 

King    29       3    71    3    -    -

 

Adams    4       0    12    0    -    -

 

Clark    26       6    72    3    -    -

 
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