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Derbyshire and Burton-on-Trent v All England Eleven
All England Eleven matches 1848
VenueThe Holmes Ground, Derby on 21st, 22nd, 23rd August 1848 (3-day match)
Balls per over4
PlayersDerbyshire and Burton-on-Trent: 20; All England Eleven: 11
TossToss not known
ResultMatch drawn
Close of play day 1All England Eleven (1) ?/4 (Parr ?*, Mynn ?*)
Close of play day 2All England Eleven (1) 83/7 (King 4*, Hoare 0*)

All England Eleven first inningsRunsBallsMins4s6s
J Deanb Clark2     
WR Hillyerc Earl b Tinley1     
W Martingellb Tinley2     
G Parrb Clark25     
N Felixc S Potter b Clark9     
A Mynnb Hunt11     
+T Boxb Clark2     
RT Kingc Gregory b Clark6     
CH Hoareb Hunt4     
*W Clarkerun out2     
E Hinklynot out0     
Extras(1 b, 2 nb, 25 w)28
Total(all out, 121 overs)92
Fall of wickets:
1-? (Hillyer), 2-? (Martingell), 3-? (Dean), 4-? (Felix), 5-? (Mynn), 6-? (Box), 7-? (Parr), 8-?, 9-?, 10-92 (121 ov)
Derbyshire and Burton-on-Trent bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-Balls
Tinley27   ??2--
Clark42   ??5--
Hunt32   ??2--
Mallaby14   ??0--
Dakin1   ??0--
Kenyon5   ??0--

Derbyshire and Burton-on-Trent first inningsRunsBallsMins4s6s
Horseleyb Clarke0     
+Gregoryc Mynn b Hillyer11     
T Huntb Hillyer2     
S Dakinb Clarke12     
S Potterc Martingell b Hillyer14     
PH Mundyb Clarke0     
A Bassb Clarke0     
S Mallabyb Clarke3     
JH Earlb Hillyer1     
J Flewker hit wkt b Clarke1     
*GM Kettleb Clarke0     
RC Tinleyrun out3     
A Potternot out13     
J Clarkb Clarke0     
EL Wiganc Martingell b Clarke3     
JB Storyb Clarke1     
CW Hunterc Hinkly b Hillyer4     
GN Curzondid not bat      
JF Batemandid not bat      
Kenyondid not bat      
Extras0
Total(16 wickets, 75 overs)68
Fall of wickets:
1-?, 2-?, 3-?, 4-?, 5-?, 6-?, 7-?, 8-?, 9-?, 10-?, 11-?, 12-?, 13-?, 14-?, 15-?, 16-?
All England Eleven bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-Balls
Clarke38   153810--
Hillyer37   16305--

Notes
--> Day 2 Lunch: All England Eleven (1) ?/4 (Parr ?*, Mynn ?*)

The match played in appalling weather with frequent breaks in play.
Bell's Life reported that George Parr batted for six hours but this probably includes the breaks in play.
The match was played for the benefit of S Dakin
T Hunt kept wicket fir Derbyshire and Burton-on-Trent for a while on the second afternoon