1816 English cricket season

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In the 1816 English cricket season, Manchester Cricket Club was founded and became the forerunner of Lancashire County Cricket Club.

Honours[edit]

Events[edit]

The ball must be bowled (not thrown or jerked), and be delivered underhand, with the hand below the elbow. But if the ball be jerked, or the arm extended from the body horizontally, and any part of the hand be uppermost, or the hand horizontally extended when the ball is delivered, the Umpires shall call "No Ball".

Debutants[edit]

1816 debutants included:

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Note that scorecards created in the first quarter of the 19th century are not necessarily accurate or complete; therefore any summary of runs, wickets or catches can only represent the known totals and computation of averages is ineffectual.
  2. ^ Haygarth, p.385–387.
  3. ^ Haygarth, p.388.
  4. ^ Haygarth, p.389.
  5. ^ a b Haygarth, p.390.
  6. ^ Haygarth, p.393.
  7. ^ Haygarth, p.394.
  8. ^ Haygarth, p.395.
  9. ^ Haygarth, p.396.

Bibliography[edit]

  • Haygarth, Arthur (1862). Scores & Biographies, Volume 1 (1744–1826). Lillywhite. 

Additional reading[edit]

  • ACS (1981). A Guide to Important Cricket Matches Played in the British Isles 1709 – 1863. Nottingham: ACS. 
  • Altham, H. S. (1962). A History of Cricket, Volume 1 (to 1914). George Allen & Unwin. 
  • Birley, Derek (1999). A Social History of English Cricket. Aurum. 
  • Bowen, Rowland (1970). Cricket: A History of its Growth and Development. Eyre & Spottiswoode. 
  • Major, John (2007). More Than A Game. HarperCollins. 

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