No. 90

The Foot-ball Eleven was made up soon after the Athletic Sports, being as follows.

T. Dixon. Capt. QS.

West. QS.

Bovill. QS.

A G. Lee TB.

du Pré. QS.

W. E Eastwich TB. H. Grant’s

E. Miller T. B.

H. Bickmore Q.S.

E. Lee T. B.

C. Smith T. B.

Curteis T.B.

We played Charterhouse who played very well. After playing for some time, during which we decidedly had the best of it, one of the Carthusians who was distinctly outsiding kicked a game, which they claimed + Dixon gave it then, as they persisted it was not outside. We tried very hard afterwards to get a goal or a game but did not succeed.

No. 89

The Athletic Sports took place on th October 1866. The mile was won by T. C. Smith T. B. Grant’s. 2. W. T. Dixon Q. S. 3. Penniger Q. S. in 5 mins. 18 secs. Smith ran very well indeed, coming in with a fine spurt.

There were two town Boys in the sixth this half.

E. Barnes. H Rigo’s

Beal. Rigo’s

The T. B. + Q.S cricket match was played on the 6th of August as the first day was wet, + was won by the T. B. by 4 wickets.

Worthcote Q. S. won the wickets + Carters T. B. the ball. The Q. S. scored 125 + 91, + the T. B. 159 + 69; the principal Q. S. scorer was Bray who made 61 + 24; for the T. B. Lee who made 56, Oliver 32 not out + Williams who played capitally for 23; in the second innings of the TB Benton scored 13, H. Lee 12 + Oliver 21 not out.

E. Oliver

Prin. Opp.