Fri 21 & Sat 22 June. Midhurst & Petworth v Slindon on Bowling Green, Lavington Common. The former apparently won by eight wickets and the match seems to mark the swansong of Slindon as a great team as they are not mentioned in the sources thereafter. Sussex cricket as a whole went into decline and, although a number of inter-parish games are reported over the next decade or so, it is not until 1766 that Sussex county cricket teams again take part in a major match. This temporary demise of Sussex is surely explained by the death of the Duke of Richmond in 1750. He was the greatest patron of Sussex cricket, and of Slindon in particular. His co-patron and good friend Sir William Gage, 7th Baronet died in 1744.
The Daily Advertiser on Friday 28 June announced for the same day a two-a-side game behind George Taylor’s at Deptford. The players were Tom Faulkner and Joseph Harris v Capon and Perry.
Tues 24 September. A single wicket game at Brompton in Kent between the well-known Thomas Brandon of Dartford and Parr of Chatham. The stakes were five guineas each and Brandon won by 47 runs.