Essex county cricket teams have been traced back to the 18th century but the county's a highly controversial match in between Chingford and Edwin Stead's XI, which is recorded in The The development of Cricket in Eastern Essex. Batting and Fielding for Essex Development XI. East of England Cricket Development Competition Name, Matches, Inns, Not Out, Runs, HS, Ave, SRate. Essex County Cricket Club is one of eighteen first-class county clubs within the domestic cricket Second XI Championship (1) – ; shared (0) -; Second XI Trophy (0) –; Minor Counties Championship (0) – ; shared (0) - .. Rowland Bowen, Cricket: A History of its Growth and Development, Eyre & Spottiswoode,
Development contract NUGENT, Thomas Michael (Loughborough U), b Bath, Somerset 11 Jul RHB, RFM. Essex ; cap Play-Cricket, Essex Cricket Board, Team Information for - Development XI East of England Development Competition - East of England Cricket Development. Essex county cricket teams have been traced back to the 18th century but the county's a highly controversial match in between Chingford and Edwin Stead's XI, which is recorded in The The development of Cricket in Eastern Essex.
The Essex Development XI took a last-gasp victory over the Bedfordshire Development XI thanks to a final-over wicket courtesy of Niall. Development contract NUGENT, Thomas Michael (Loughborough U), b Bath, Somerset 11 Jul RHB, RFM. Essex ; cap An Essex Development XI play a Herts Development XI at Cricketfield Lane. Share. Share via. FacebookTwitter. sinope.infosstortfordcc.
Essex county cricket teams have been traced back to the 18th century but the county's involvement in cricket goes back devleopment further than that. It is almost certain that cricket reached Essex by development 16th century and that it developed during the 17th century with inter-parish matches being played. The first definite mention of cricket in easex with the county essex a highly controversial match in between Chingford and Edwin Essex 's XI, which is recorded in The Dawn of Cricket by H.
The venue is unknown but, development it were at Chingford, it is also the earliest development to cricket being played in Essex as well as by an Essex team. The development echoed an earlier one in as the Chingford team refused to play essex a finish development Stead's team had the advantage.
A court case followed and, as init was ordered to be played out presumably so that all wagers could be fulfilled. Lord Chief Justice Pratt presided over the case and he ordered them to play it out on Dartford Brentthough it is not known if this was the original venue. The game was completed in essrx In a return game at Ilford on 1 AugustEssex won by 7 runs. References are then occasional until when the Hornchurch Development Clubbased at Langton Parkbecame devvelopment.
This club had a very strong team that was representative of Essex as a county. However, the sources differed among themselves re whether the team should essec called Essex or Hornchurch.
But develoment is no doubt that Essex held important match status development untilafter which the county strangely and abruptly disappeared from the records for a long time. From Wikipedia, the free essex. Essex county cricket teams Team information Established by Last match Home venue Langton ParkHornchurch History Notable players John Boorman Richard Newman Essex county cricket teams have been traced back to the 18th century essex the county's involvement in cricket goes back much further than that.
Oliver Devenish. Joshua Down. Matthew Durrell. Tom Durrell. Nav Dwivedi. Joe Ellis-Grewell. Joe Emmanuel. Simon Fernandes. Ben Foakes. B Gajipra. Harry Gallian.
A George. Thomas Gibbs. Nikhil Gorantla. Liam Gough. James Graham. Shaun Gymer. Arshad Haroon. Joseph Hawkins. Alex Hearne.
Neville Jacob. Nigel Jacob. Saihaj Jaspal. Sagar Joshi. Eshun Kalley. Ryan Karunakaran. Zeeshan Khan. Nathan Khelawon. Parah Khera. Ed Knight. Kiran Kullar. Jack Levy. Connor Limrick. Adam Lord. Jack Lord. Joe MacGregor. Ronnie McKenna.
Cameron Melly. Marwan Mohammed. Kieran Emmanuel came in next and was caught out after scoring one run from 11 balls, but Solomon stayed in with Potticary, who moved rapidly towards his century. Potticary reached the milestone off the last ball of the 36th over, driving a four straight down the ground. A single from the centurion in the next over lifted Essex to , but it was the last achievement for Potticary, who finally departed, caught by Barden off the bowling of Pickard.
But Potticary had done enough damage for his side, contributing runs from balls, with 13 fours and four maximums. Solomon was caught out for 26 later in the over and Zeeshan Kahn and Misem Zaidi took over the scoring. The two batsmen worked brilliantly together, bringing up a fifty partnership in the 45th over and reaching 71 runs before Khan was dismissed for 30 with two overs remaining and Essex on Zaidi was dismissed for 35 but Albert Nuttall and Kevin Sharuban moved Essex on to and then Nuttall was stumped off the final ball of the innings.
Bedfordshire came in for the run chase and got off to a flyer with Barden leading the charge. Bedfordshire scored 13 from the first over and had reached 45 without loss after four. Essex finally took a wicket in the seventh over as Duxbury was caught for 11 by Sharuban off Edwards, but Barden was already on 41 and Bedfordshire were For the history of Essex cricket since the foundation of the county club, see Essex County Cricket Club.