Derbyshire County Cricket Club in 1884


Derbyshire County Cricket Club in 1884
Derbyshire County Cricket Club seasons
1884 season
Captain Ludford Docker
Most runs Frank Sugg
Most wickets William Cropper
Most catches Thomas Mycroft

Derbyshire Country Cricket Club in 1884 represents the cricket season when the English club Derbyshire had been playing for thirteen years. They lost all ten county matches and their only victory was against MCC.

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1884 season

Derbyshire played ten county matches, one against the touring Australians and one against MCC. Ludford Docker was captain for his only season. In a sparse season without any centuries, Frank Sugg was top scorer. William Cropper and Joseph Marlow shared most wickets with 34 each.

The season was marked by the arrival of the two Sugg brothers from Yorkshire - Frank and Walter. Frank moved to Lancashire CCC after three years, but Walter had a long career with Derbyshire. Frank Shacklock played the first of two seasons for the club. Cricket poet Alfred Cochrane made his debut, sharing his appearances with Oxford University over the following years. Joseph Chatterton, younger brother of William, played the first of three seasons. William Shipton played one match but only played for the county again when they were without first class status. Matthew Burrows played his one career match during the season.


Matches

List of matches
No. Date V Result Margin Notes
1 22 May 1884 [1] Lancashire
Old Trafford, Manchester
Lost 42 runs Briggs 112; FJ Shacklock 5-42; RG Barlow 7-30
2 29 May 1884 [2] Surrey
County Ground, Derby
Lost 5 wickets J Marlow 5-40; Horner 5-40
3 02 Jun 1884 [3] Australians
County Ground, Derby
Lost Innings and 40 runs Fred Spofforth 7-31 and 5-52; Giffen 5-50
4 05 Jun 1884 [4] Kent
County Ground, Derby
Lost 67 runs J Marlow 5-31
5 09 Jun 1884 [5] MCC
Lord's Cricket Ground, St John's Wood
Won 7 runs W Cropper 6-46; Rylott 6-41; J Marlow 5-43
6 23 Jun 1884 [6] Yorkshire
County Ground, Derby
Lost 10 wickets E Peate 5-30; J Marlow 7-46; T Emmett 7-20
7 28 Jul 1884 [7] Sussex
County Ground, Derby
Lost 50 runs Blackman 5-22; Hide 5-19
8 04 Aug 1884 [8] Lancashire
County Ground, Derby
Lost Innings and 36 runs AHJ Cochrane 6-51; A Watson 5-25
9 11 Aug 1884 [9] Sussex
County Ground, Hove
Lost 7 wickets
10 18 Aug 1884 [10] Kent
Bat and Ball Ground, Gravesend
Lost Innings and 9 runs Lord Harris 112; GG Hearne 6-33
11 21 Aug 1884 [11] Surrey
Kennington Oval
Lost 7 wickets Horner 6-79; Barratt 5-91
12 25 Aug 1884 [12] Yorkshire
Park Avenue Cricket Ground, Bradford
Lost 10 wickets FJ Shacklock 5-47; T Emmett 6-28

Statistics

First-class batting averages

Name Matches Inns Runs High score Average
SH Evershed 2 3 53 50 17.66 0
LC Docker 12 23 381 58 17.31 0
FH Sugg 13 26 439 73 16.88 0
WW Wood-Sims 9 18 285 44 16.76 0
GG Walker 9 18 232 66 16.57 0
W Cropper 12 24 366 46 15.91 0
GB Barrington 4 8 114 50 14.25 0
Walter Sugg 3 6 55 26* 13.75 0
AHJ Cochrane 3 6 81 50 13.50 0
H Shaw 1 2 12 12* 12.00 0
T Mycroft 12 24 148 24* 11.38 0
FJ Shacklock 9 18 171 50 10.68 0
T Foster 9 18 178 33* 10.47 0
William Chatterton 12 24 229 49 10.40 0
R P Smith 6 12 92 23 7.66 0
J Marlow 12 24 170 25 7.39 0
W Evershed 1 2 14 10 7.00 0
M Burrows 1 2 13 13 6.50 0
J T B D Platts 3 6 24 13 4.00 0
LG Wright 2 4 12 4 3.00 0
WL Shipton 1 2 4 3 2.00 0
JD Chatterton 1 2 0 0 0.00 0


First-class bowling averages

Name Balls Runs Wickets BB Average
W Cropper 1603 606 34 6-46 17.82
J Marlow 1795 679 34 7-46 19.97
William Chatterton 1180 452 24 4-34 18.83
FJ Shacklock 833 419 24 5-42 17.45
GG Walker 1287 640 23 3-26 27.82
AHJ Cochrane 284 148 8 6-51 18.50
Walter Sugg 74 58 5 3-18 11.60
H Shaw 60 26 4 4-26 6.50
LC Docker 138 70 2 1-0 35.00
J T B D Platts 17 10 1 1-2 10.00
T Foster 32 13 0
WW Wood-Sims 36 10 0
M Burrows 16 10 0
SH Evershed 8 8 0


Wicket keeping


See also

References


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