The following is a list of the Sixth at Xmas 1827
Those with an asterisk at the end of their names are homeboarders
The sixth dinner was unavoidably put off this year, as there was no opportunity, on account of there being no College Play.
In consequence of the death of his Royal H. Frederick, Duke of York and Albany January 5th 1827, Dr Goodenough thought fit to put off the College Play this year. We therefore broke up on the Saturday instead of the Tuesday.
On the following Friday a match was played in Tothill Fields, between some Old Westminster and some of those who had played in the regular match which was won by the former by six wickets. Those who played in the match are as follows
The annual match was played between the TB & KS as usual in Tothill Fields which was won by the latter by 16 runs; we being unlucky in being deprived of one of our best players, who was laid up by illness. Those who played were as follows
The old Tent being declared unfit for further use, a new one was purchased at the expense of the school, which cost four and twenty pounds
William Pitt Lamb
On Tuesday 11th of July the Annual Cricket Match, was played between the Townboys who had not played in the great Match, and the Lamprobaticks, which was won by the former, by one innings by a great majority; a Townboy of the name of Woodgate beating them of his own Batt. The list of the Townboys who played were as follows.