Newmarket v Jockeys
Other matches in England 1879
VenueR Cotton's Ground, Newmarket on 30th June 1879 (1-day match)
Balls per over4
TossToss not known
ResultMatch drawn

Jockeys first inningsRunsBallsMins4s6s
JR I'Ansonc Godding b Pace45     
W Burbidgeb Godding8     
W Birkettc Hutchinson b Kemp5     
RJ Marshb Kemp0     
R Shawb Kemp9     
CJ Cunninghamc Hutchinson b Pace4     
H Davenportb Kemp4     
T McGeorgec Armstrong b Kemp2     
J Cannonc Jennings b Kemp1     
J Goaternot out5     
W Huntb Kemp1     
Extras(5 b, 1 nb, 12 w)18
Total(all out)102
Fall of wickets:
1-?, 2-?, 3-?, 4-?, 5-?, 6-?, 7-?, 8-?, 9-?, 10-102
Newmarket bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-Balls

Newmarket first inningsRunsBallsMins4s6s
W Armstrongb Burbidge22     
Goddingb I'Anson11     
J Gardnerb Burbidge6     
CWM Kempb Burbidge0     
A Paceb I'Anson12     
W Hutchinsonb I'Anson0     
A Jacobb Burbidge1     
W Jacksonb Burbidge0     
T Jenningsc I'Anson b Burbidge0     
CM Jaggardb I'Anson4     
FR Cricknot out1     
Extras(3 b, 2 w)5
Total(all out)62
Fall of wickets:
1-?, 2-?, 3-?, 4-?, 5-?, 6-?, 7-?, 8-?, 9-?, 10-62
Jockeys bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-Balls

Jockeys second inningsRunsBallsMins4s6s
JR I'Ansonnot out48     
W Burbidgeretired not out14     
W Birkettc Pace b Kemp1     
RJ Marshrun out4     
R Shawc Godding b Kemp0     
CJ Cunninghamc Jackson b Godding17     
H Davenportb Jennings0     
T McGeorgenot out3     
J Cannondid not bat      
J Goaterdid not bat      
W Huntdid not bat      
Total(5 wickets)87
Fall of wickets:
1-?, 2-?, 3-?, 4-?, 5-?
Newmarket bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-Balls

Our thanks to Arthur Haygarth for collecting the information and to Roger Heavens for providing this scorecard which was first published in Arthur Haygarth's Cricket Scores and Biographies Volume 16. Copies of the book can be obtained from . Additions or corrections to this scorecard would be gratefully received.
A match was subsequently proposed between the Jockeys and Huntsmen of England, but did not come off this season owing to the inability of the latter to collect an Eleven. However like a good many more matches as now arranged and played it would have only been a "public house" affair. It however came off at Lord's in 1880.





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