No 133*

The old Westminsters thinking they could bring a better eleven to the field than they did on the former day challenged us to play them on the Thursday week following when they were beaten with 7 wickets to go down.

The following were the players

Old Westr

Mayne
Lee
Ellison
Crawford
May
Sandys
Hodgson
Borradaile
Smale
Milman
*Sawyer

Young Westr

Palmer
*Charlton
*Webber Senr
*Hemery
Warren
*Moysey
Barnett
*Goodenough
Randolph
*Webber Jnr
*Savile

Those marked with an asterisk are KS

As the Old Westr had only 9 at the Fields they took the two last from the present Westminsters

Added by E U Sealy
Head Boarder

No 133

On Tuesday Aug. 7 1832 the annual match between the TB and KS took place in Tothill Fields when the former were beaten with 2 wickets to do down.
The following were the players

T.B.

Milman
Tennyson
Parkes
Sealy
Bromley
Seaton
Stevens
Palmer
Warren
Barnett Sr
Whittaker

K.S.

Randolph
Webber
Goodenough
Charlton
Hickson
Hemery
Farrer
Moysey
Webber
Saville
Murray
Scorers
Brett
Penny

J.R. Cornish
Head Boarder

No 132*

On Wednesday Augt 1st the sixth annual match between eleven of the old Westminster club, and eleven of the present Westminsters, took place in Tothill Fields when the latter beat with 4 Wickets to go down.

The players were as follows –

Old Westrs

Durell
Ellison
Loftus
Wittam
Hay
Cotton
Page
Alfrey
Jeffrey
Sandys
Hodgson

Young Westrs

*Charlton
Palmer
*Webber Sen
*Hickson
*Hemery
Warren
*Goodenough
*Moysey
Barnett
*Randolph
*Webber Junr

Those marked with an asterisk are KS

Added by E U Sealy
Head Boarder

No 132

On Friday July 20 1832 The annual Cricket Match was played between the TB who had not played in the Grand Match and the Lamprobaticks, in which the latter were beaten with 3 wickets to go down. The following were the players

T.B.

Milman
Sealy
Bromley
Seaton
Hurst
Stevens
Smale
Taunton
Barnett
Barnett
Whittaker

K.S.

Wrottesley
Sawyer
Penny
St. John
Farrer
Vernon
Murray
Mahony
Fisher
Page
Smith

J.R. Cornish
Head Boarder

No 130

On Tuesday evening, May 15: 1832, a rowing match took place between the four houses, Singleton’s having challenged all the others: the distance was from Battersea Bridge to Westminster, it was won after a closely contested race by Stelfox’s, their boat being about two boats’ lengths ahead of Singletons: Stikeman’s came in last.

The names of the rowers were as follows;

Stelfox’s

Pearson
Bromley
Peel
W. Barnett
E. Barnett

Singleton’s

Templer
Warren
Harrison
Bewicke
Astley

Grant’s

Hurst
Stapylton
Clerk
Hobhouse
Osborn

Stikeman’s

Powell
Preston *
Vance
Dodson
Cocks

*One of Stikeman’s fellows being out of school, Preston, who was at Hodgsons, was chosen in his place.

J.R. Cornish
Head Boarder