No 75

In consequence of a fellow of the name of H.H. Davis head boy of the T.B. but a Home-boarder, have mal-appropriated if not the whole, certainly a part of both the Cricket and Football Money, neglecting to pay both Bentley and Foote and this bringing obloquy on the TB, it was deemed expedient by the whole Sixth Form that in future no Home-boarder should be allowed to gather either the one of the other, or in fact any subscription whatever —-

G. Chetwynd
Head Boarder

No 72

The annual match between the TB and KS was played as usual in Tothill Fields which was won by the latter by 8 Wickets.  Dr Goodenough as he had before frequently intimated forbid the customary dinner and would only allow a luncheon between the Innings.  The following were the players.

Rainback
Vincent
Abel Lendon
Burrell
Wrottesley
Mure
Hastings Lendon
Hudson
Bates
Fawkes
Durell

The success of the KS may in some measure be attributed to the absence of three of our men who all played in former matches two of whom would have bowled in the present.

J. Mitchell
Head Boarder

No 66

The Annual Cricket Match between the Town Boys and King’s Scholars took place this year (1825) on Tuesday August 2nd when the latter were beat by 10 wickets.  The Town Boys in their first Innings got 69 the King’s Scholars 50 and 19 in the second. The following were the players

Mitchell

Stevens

Snell

Dyott

Lendon Sen

Brade

Wrottesley

Biscoe

Bruce

Tyssen

Wilmot

The dinner was this year not supplied by Mrs Lick as usual, but by Mr Henty of Bridge St. by whom everything was served up in the best order.  Goodenough tried to have the dinner between the Innings but however he allowed it to be at the customary time not wishing to alter the old rule.

W.R. Fremantle
Prin. Opp.

No 61

The Annual Cricket Match between the Town boys and King Scholars took place on Tuesday August 31st (1824) when the former were beat by 6 wickets – The dinner was as usual in the Fields afterwards to which the scorers were invited the following are the names of the players.

Town Boys

Lendon

Booth

Mitchell

Hobart

Warren

Stevens

Snell

Dyott

De Bruyn

Brade

Bruce

 

King’s Scholars

Phillimore

Mayne

Jeffreys Sen

Dunlop

Ross

Robinson

Wood

Page

Piggott

Biscoe

Jeffreys Jun

W.R. Fremantle
Princ. Opp.

No 56

The Cricket Match between the Town Boys and Kings Scholars took place this year (1823) on Tuesday August 5th – The former however were beaten by 27 Runs. The following are the names of the players on each side:

Town Boys:

Emmet

Wyld

Amherst Jnr

Dowdswell

Dasent

Lendon

Waddilove

Tollemache

Mitchell

Bigge

De Brugh

Kings Scholars:

Brown

Amherst Snr

Sanders

Markham

Knight

Dunlop

Wood

Bentall

Page

Robinson

Biscoe

The dinner usual on the Match Day & the arrangements respecting it were different Mrs Lick having provided it on all preceeding occasions

It was, however, this year furnished by Wand of Bond St. Goodenough also intimated his resolution of imposing some restrictions & materially lessening the expense of all succeeding that.

JR Wood

Prin Opp

No 50

The annual match of Cricket between the Town Boys & King Scholars took place as usual, in which the former were beat by one innings and upward of 200 runs. This unequal termination of the game, however, must be attributed to the absence of their two principal players. The names of those who played are as follows

Butler

Emmett

Burton

Goring

Lydiard

Dowdeswell

Gresley

Lloyd

Tollemache

Pelham

Flint

J.R Wood
Prin. Opp.

No 40

On Tuesday July 31st (1821) The Annual Cricket match was played between the Town-boys and Kings scholars: the latter beating by upwards of a whole innings. The dinner followed as usual, in the fields, to which the scorers were invited. The names of the players were as follows

Town-boys                                                                         Kings scholars

Rocke                                                                                  Partington

Congrieve                                                                          Dodgson

Ellis                                                                                     Smedley

Gresley Jnr                                                                        Ley

G. Forester                                                                        Gresley

Lydiard Jnr                                                                       Eden

Amherst Jnr                                                                      Page

Emmett                                                                              Amherst

Page Jnr                                                                             Wakefield

Sam Tryon                                                                         Sanders

Jordan                                                                                Markham

William Heberden Prin. Opp.

No 31

On Tuesday the 1st of August 1820 the annual Cricket match between the Town Boys and King Scholars was commenced; but owing to the good play of both parties, the King Scholars second innings was deferred (there not being time to finish it the same day) till the following Thursday when it was played out between five and half past eight o’clock, the Town Boys beating by twenty nine runs. The names of the players are as follows.

Town Boys. Allfrey, Tyler, Grant, Keppel, Rocke, Chilver, Price, Lydiard, Hotham, Congreve, O’Reilly

King Scholars. Hussey, Legge, Dodgson, Smedley, Partington, Ley, Wakefield, Adams, Flint, Page, Eden.

Robert L. Burton Princeps Oppidanus

No 22

On the 27th of July 1819, the annual Cricket Match between the Town Boys and the King Scholars was played in Tothill Fields, when the latter beat by three Runs. The admirable state of the Fields and the good play of each Party aided by a very favourable day, afforded a delightful sight to many Spectators. After the Match a Dinner was as usual held in the Fields to which the Scorers were invited. The names of the players are as follows.

Town Boys Heberden, Allfrey, Berens, Tyler, Williamson, Grant, Kaye, Thorpe, Talbot, Keppel, Rocke

King’s Scholars; Jeffreys, Thomas, Henderson, Hussey, Short, Leader, White, Legge Snr., Legge Jnr., Partington, Wakefield.

Charles Floyer. Princeps Oppidanus.