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New Yorkers Beat London Players in "Great Cricket Match", 167-80
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|City/State/Country:||New York, NY, United States|
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|Age of Players||AdultAdult|
“…this day, a great Cricket match is to be played on our commons, by a Company of Londoners against a Company of New-Yorkers. New-York Post-Boy, 4/29/51.
The game played for “a considerable Wager,” there being 11 players on each side, and “according to the London Method: and those who got most Notches in two Hands, to be the Winners.” The New Yorkers won by a total score of 167 to 80. New York Post-Boy, 5/6/51.
I. N. Phelps Stokes, The Iconography of Manhattan Island, 1498-1909 : compiled from original sources (New York, Robert H. Dodd), 1922), Volume IV, page 628.
Note: This match is also reported in item#1751.1Edit with form to add a comment
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|Submitted by||John Thorn|
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