No. 152

The T. B. and Q. S. match this year was decided by the first innings in favour of the Q. S. there was no time for the second inning to be finished as McKeand (C. P.) made 84 for the Town Boys or the result might have been different. Trollope (T. B.) got ‘the ball’, R. P. McKeand got the ‘T. B. Money’ and R. W. S. Vidal the Q. S. and the wickets.

A.P. Hill.

No. 151

On Wednesday July 19th there was a whole holiday (with the exception of school fr. 8-9) for the ‘Busby dinner’ &c Charter House match, which was played at Lords & which resulted in an easy victory for the Westminsters. On the account of last years match the total absence of old Westminsters is mentioned but this year there were very many of them on the ground. Vidal scored 54 and his bowling was fortunately very good.

A.P. Hill

No. 139

The T.B. and QS match resulted again this year in a victory for the QS in the first innings.

Q. S. T. B.
1.       H. E. Rawson 1. R. M. Curteis. capt
2.       Dyce 2. Jackson
3.       Gilbertson 3. Saunders
4.       W. S. Rawson 4. Trollope
5.       Northcote 5. Pemberton
6.       Stephenson 6. Noyes, C.
7.       Randolph 7. Noyes, F.
8.       Vidal 8. Bailey
9.       Webb 9. Carter
10. 10. Mackeand Q. P.
11. 11.

 

Oswell Macleay

Prin. Opp.

No. 128

The Town boy and Queen Scholar match this year resulted in a victory for the QSS.

The Elevens were

Q. S. T. B.
Barron                                          (captains) Curteis
Wakley Pemberton
Wace Shackle
Dixon Saunders
Vidal Noyes
Northcote Bedford
Rawson, H. G. Bailey
Rawson, H. E. Jackson
Rawson, W. S. Gadsden
Saunders Worsley
Randolph Noyes

No. 127

Some complaint having been made by the Masters at the Boarding Houses of the T. B.’s having to wear their hats on the way to and from fields, the following rule was promulgated by the Head Master:-

“That all Town Boys in any Eleven or Twenty-two at Cricket shall be allowed to wear their proper caps on the was to & from fields; but that no caps shall be worn in Dean’s Yard except on special grounds of health.”

Oswell Macleay. Prin Opp.

No. 113

Aug. 3rd the T. B. & Q.S. cricket match was played resulting in favour of the Q. S. though the T. B. eleven played very pluckily.

Q. S. T. B.
Northcote, E. A.                    (captains) Cuteis, H.
Saunders, F. N. Lee, G. H.
O’Brien, F. A. Curteis, R. N.
Eddis, B. U. Basham
Barron, H. Rawson, W. S.
Haden, F. B. Randolph, F. G.
Wakley, J. Saunders, A.
Rawson, H. G. Clinton, H. F.
Rawson, H. E. Lush, S. D.
Vidal, R. W. S. Worsley, A. E.
Wace, H. Short, M.

No. 111

The Cricket Eleven this summer was composed as follows:-

Northcote, E. A. (captain). Q.S.

Bray, E.      Q. S.

Curteis, H.           T. B.

Saunders, F. N.                  Q. S.

O’Brien, F. A.                      Q. S.

Eddis, B. U.                         Q. S.

Barron, H.                            Q. S.

Curteis, R. M.                     T. B.

Haden, F. S.                        Q. S.

Basham,                               T. B.

Wakley, T.                           Q. S. (supernumerary)

Lee, J. H.                              T. B.

 

N.B. This was a remarkably successful Eleven.

No. 98

The T.B. + Q.S. cricket match was this year won by the Q. S. who had much the best eleven, though the Town Boys, especially Lee played very well.

Q. S.

Bray (captain)

Northcote, E.

Saunders.

O’Brien.

Eddis.

Barron.

Neale.

Lefroy.

Giles.

Randolphe, E.

Williams.

 

T. B.

Curteis (captain)

Lee.

Curteis, R.

Eastwick.

Neill, J.

Basham.

Vidal.

Randolphe, F.

Northcote, A.

Short.

Pemberton, R.

 

Bray scored 89 for the Q. S.

Lee – 70 –  – T.B

M. Leay

Prin. Opp.