No 186*

A match was played in Tothill Fields on Thursday August 9th 1836 between the present Westminsters and the Old Westminsters, the present Westminster won with wickets to go down.

Old Westminsters

Honble Col. Lowther
Hodgson
C. Page
Page
Mayne
Woolcombe
Bailey
*Ld Paget

Present Westminsters

Howard
Vialls
Balston
Fielde
Merewether
Whittaker
Ld. Somerton
Coxe
Lowther
Lee
Smith Junr.

*Paget was a present Westminster taken in to make up the team.

Added by Somerton H.B.

No 163

On Wednesday June 25th 1834 the Annual Match between the Present Westminsters and the Old Westminster Club, took place in Tothill Fields, in which the latter were beaten with five wickets to go down.

Old Westrs

Col. Lowther
Alfrey
Dasent
Ellison
Hodgson
Smale
May
Dunlop
Tattersal
Carrow
Troward

Young Westrs

*Fisher
Barnett Sen
*Murray
Barnett Junr
*Savile
Hurst
*Mahony
*Stedman
Whittaker
March
*Brickdale

Those marked with an asterisk are K.S.

R.P. Warren
P.O.

No 149

On Thursday August 1st 1833 the annual match between the present Westminsters and the old Westminsters Club was played in Tothill Fields, in which the latter were beaten with eight wickets to go down.

Old Westminsters

Col Lowther
Hodgson Senr
Allfrey
Hodgson Junr
Lee
Tattersall
Mure
*Monckton
*Barnes Senr
*Sutherland
Milman Junr

Young Westminsters

Warren
Milman
Sealy
Barnett Senr
Barnett Junr
*Sawyer
*Randolph
*Moysey
*Farmer
*Savile
*Murray

The 4 last on the Old Westminster side were present Westminsters –
Those marked with an asterisk were KS

E U Sealy
Head Boarder

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 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 120

On the 15th of July (1831) the 5th annual match was played between 11 of the Old Westminster club and eleven of the TB and KS then at Westminster which was won by the former by 16 runs. The following is the list of the Westminsters who played.

Borradaile
Milman
Moore
C. Marten
Warren
Palmer
Tattersall *
Carrow *
Hamery *
Charlton *
Moysey *

Those marked with an asterisk are KS

Abm Borradaile
Head Boarder

No 113

On Saturday July 31st (1830) the fourth annual match between the Old Westminster Cricket Club and the present Westminsters was played in Tothill fields, when, in consequence of three of our best players being absent, they beat us singlehanded by one run.  This match had been already played in the previous week, when we won easily with 6 wickets to go down; but, as some of the Old Westminsters were absent, and their places had been supplied by Townboys, it was thought proper to play it over again.

The following were the players

Old Westminsters

C. Page
Tattersall
Loftus
Berens
Williamson
Crawford
Sandys
Hudson
Durell
A. Lendon
Allfrey

Young Westminsters

Borradaile
Milman
Moore
Mackinnon
Marten Sen.
Marten Jun.
Robinson
Cubitt
Ellison *
Hussey *
Carrow *

N.B. Those marked with an asterisk are K.S.

T. Blackall H.B.

No 92

On the 5th of August the annual match was played between the TB. and KS. Which was won by the latter with 10 wickets to go down.

The following were the players

Town Boys

Kemble
Jesson
Greathed
Bainbridge
Marten
Markham
Adams
Pilleau
Borradaile
Wood
Milman

King Scholars

Wrottesley
Mayne
Day
Barnes
Biscoe
Snell
Hussey
Sutherland
Eales
Ellison
Lascelles

A handsome silver Tankard was presented, in this match, by Sir John de Beauvoir, a Member of the old Westminster Cricket Club, to whoever should beat the field on the losing side.  It was won by a Town boy of the name of Jesson.

The Luncheon was this year supplied by Waud of Bond St. but in a manner that failed to give general satisfaction.

George Maule
Head Boarder

No 91

On the 12th of July the second annual match was played between 11 of the old Westminster Club and 11 of the present TB and KS which was won by the former with 6 wickets to go down.  The following were the players

Old Westminsters

Knyvett
Allfrey
Loftus
Smale
Berens
Tattersall
Sir Jno Paul
C. Page
Fawcett
Hodgson
Sandys

Young Westminsters

Kemble
Mayne
Jesson
Barnes
Day
Biscoe
Greathed
Smith
Snell
Hussey
Marten

George Maule
Head Boarder