List of tied first-class cricket matches

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In cricket, a tie occurs when the match is concluded with each team having scored exactly the same number of runs and the side batting last having completed its innings. The definition of a completed innings would be if all ten batsmen have been dismissed or the pre-determined number of overs have been completed. It is rare for first-class matches to end in ties and, in more than 300 years of first-class cricket, it has happened on just 62 occasions, two of those in Test matches.

The earliest known instance of a tie is in a single wicket "threes" match at Lamb's Conduit Field on Wednesday, 1 September 1736. Three London players were matched against three of Surrey. Although the sources give different totals for each innings, they are agreed that both teams totalled 23 overall. London batted first and scored either 4 and 19, or 3 and 18. Surrey replied with either 18 and 5, or 17 and 6.[1][2][3] Five years later, the same two teams produced the earliest known tie in an eleven-a-side match (see below).

A tie was previously sometimes declared where the scores were level when scheduled play ended, but the side batting last still had wickets in hand. In 1948, the rules were changed so that when this occurs the match is declared a draw. This happened in a Test between England and Zimbabwe in 1996.[4] England needed 205 to win the match in their fourth innings, off 37 overs, but finished the day 204/6. With three runs required off the last ball, Nick Knight was run-out going for the third, thus making it the first time in Test history that a match had finished drawn with scores level.[5] It happened again in 2011, in a Test between India and the West Indies at Mumbai.

Below is a list of all first-class matches that have been declared tied, including those before 1948 which would have been draws in the modern era.

Contents

Surrey v London Cricket Club 1741[edit]

Surrey unknown & unknown Tie [6]

Richmond Green, London
Umpires: unknown

London unknown & unknown

London v Bromley Cricket Club 1742[edit]

London unknown & unknown Tie [6]

Artillery Ground, London
Umpires: unknown

Bromley unknown & unknown

Hampshire v Kent 1783[edit]

Hampshire 140 & 62 Tie [7]

Thomas Taylor 51
William Bullen 4/?

Noah Mann 13
William Bullen 2/?

Windmill Down, Hambledon, Hampshire
Umpires: unknown

Kent 111 & 91

William Brazier 27
Edward "Lumpy" Stevens 2/?

James Aylward 27
Edward "Lumpy" Stevens 2/?

MCC v Oxford & Cambridge Universities 1839[edit]

Oxford & Cambridge University 115 & 61 Tie [8]

Joseph Grout 28
James Cobbett 8/?

John Wynne 20
John Bayley 6/?

Lord's Cricket Ground, London, England
Umpires: ?

Marylebone Cricket Club 69 & 107

Roger Kynaston 21
Edward Sayres 5/?

Roger Kynaston 28
Edward Sayres 5/?

Surrey v Kent 1847[edit]

1–3 July 1847
Scorecard
v
112
N Felix 46*
WR Hillyer 6/?
145
W Pilch 36
D Day 6/?
Match tied
The Oval, London
Umpires: Unknown and TS Mortlock
  • Surrey won the toss and elected to bat.
  • CH Belton and A Jones (both Kent) made their first-class debuts.

Surrey v MCC 1868[edit]

Marylebone Cricket Club 175 & 122 Tie [9]

Francis Baker 53
George Griffith 5/73

Edward Grace 53
John Bristow 6/49

Kennington Oval, London, England
Umpires: J.Caesar and G.Street

Surrey 204 & 93

Ted Pooley 50
Frank Farrands 3/72

Will Mortlock 32
George Wootton 6/49

Surrey v Middlesex 1868[edit]

Middlesex 112 & 167 Tie [10]

Charles Green 44
James Street 6/51

Henry Richardson 56
James Southerton 7/82

Kennington Oval, London, England
Umpires: J.Caesar and W.Inwood

Surrey 93 & 186

George Griffith 31
George Howitt 5/16

Thomas Humphrey 52
Edward Rutter 6/68

Wellington v Nelson 1873/74[edit]

Wellington 63 & 118 Tie [11]

Nathaniel Werry 16
Charles Knapp 5/25

Charles A. Knapp 37
Christopher Cross 4/33

Basin Reserve, Wellington, New Zealand
Umpires: ? and W.J. Jordan

Nelson 111 & 70

H.H. Halliday 35
Isaac Salmon 6/22

Christopher Cross 18
Isaac Salmon 7/36

Surrey v Middlesex 1876[edit]

Middlesex 138 & 322 Tie [12]

Arthur Burghes 44
James Southerton 5/38

Russell Walker 104
James Southerton 3/88

Kennington Oval, London, England
Umpires: G.Howitt and T.Humphrey

Surrey 215 & 245

Walter Read 94
Robert Henderson 6/66

Ted Barratt 67
Michael Flanagan 3/46

Gentlemen v Players 1883[edit]

Players 203 & 181 Tie [13]

George Ulyett 63
Hugh Rotherham 6/41

Billy Bates 76
Allan Steel 7/43

Kennington Oval, London, England
Umpires: H.Jupp and J.Street

Gentlemen 235 & 149

Lord Harris 38
Billy Barnes 3/48

Bunny Lucas 47
Wilfred Flowers 6/40

Surrey v Lancashire 1894[edit]

Surrey 97 & 124 Tie [14]

Alfred Street 48
Johnny Briggs 7/46

Walter Read 33*
Johnny Briggs 6/47

Kennington Oval, London, England
Umpires: H.Draper and E.Henty

Lancashire 147 & 74

Sidney Tindalls 49
Tom Richardson 5/52

Charles Smith 21
William Lockwood 6/30

Worcestershire v South Africans 1901[edit]

South Africans 293 & 140 Tie [15]

Maitland Hathorn 90
George Wilson 5/123

Louis Tancred 34
George Wilson 5/39

New Road, Worcester, England
Umpires: G.Bean and V.Titchmarsh

Worcestershire 224 & 209

Arthur Bannister 44
Johannes Kotze 6/82

George Simpson-Hayward 52
Robert Graham 8/90

Middlesex v South Africans 1904[edit]

Middlesex 272 & 225 Tie [16]

Bernard Bosanquet 110
Johannes Kotze 5/94

Bernard Bosanquet 44
Reggie Schwarz 5/48

Lord's, London, England
Umpires: W.Attewell and T.Mycroft

South Africans 287 & 210

Frank Mitchell 66
Albert Trott 4/80

Louis Tancred 75
Albert Trott 6/75

Lancashire v England XI 1905[edit]

England XI 193 & 228/6 dec. Tie [17]

John Gunn 50
James Hallows 4/55

George Gunn 48
Frank Harry 3/47

Stanley Park, Blackpool, England
Umpires: D.Barlow and W.West

Lancashire 253 & 168/7

Archie MacLaren 93
George Gunn 3/49

Frank Harry 64*
John Gunn 3/51

Surrey v Kent 1905[edit]

Kent 202 & 84 Tie [18]

Sam Day 61
Razor Smith 5/63

Sam Day 26
Walter Lees 7/29

Kennington Oval, London, England
Umpires: T.Mycroft and A.White

Surrey 125 & 161

Jack Crawford 31
Colin Blythe 5/45

Tom Hayward 40
Colin Blythe 6/47

MCC v Leicestershire 1907[edit]

Marylebone Cricket Club 371 & 69 Tie [19]

Len Braund 137
William Odell 4/76

Len Braund 19
Thomas Jayes 5/31

Lord's Cricket Ground, London, England
Umpires: W.Attewell and G.Bean

Leicestershire 239 & 201

Samuel Coe 100
Claude Buckenham 4/74

Samuel Coe 66
Bill Reeves 4/52

Jamaica v MCC 1910/11[edit]

Marylebone Cricket Club 269 & 131 Tie [20]

Sydney Smith 81
Tommy Scott 6/77

Tom Whittington 34
Tommy Scott 5/61

Sabina Park, Kingston, Jamaica
Umpires: Lockwood

Jamaica 173 & 227

Joseph Holt 39
Sydney Smith 5/35

Thomas Nicholson 49
Sydney Smith 4/35

Somerset v Sussex 1919[edit]

Somerset 243 & 103 Tie [21]

Dudley Rippon 60
George Cox 5/51

Jimmy Bridges 14
George Cox 4/26

County Ground, Taunton, England
Umpires: F.Roberts and A.Street

Sussex 242 & 104

Maurice Tate 69
Jimmy Bridges 5/84

Herbert Wilson 42*
Jimmy Bridges 3/32

Orange Free State v Eastern Province 1925/26[edit]

Orange Free State 100 & 349 Tie [22]

Shunter Coen 42
Arthur Ochse 5/26

Ryeford Dick 56
Kenneth McRobert 4/68

Ramblers Cricket Club Ground, Bloemfontein, South Africa
Umpires: ?

Eastern Province 225 & 224/8

Southey Stirk 48
Bernard Susskind 3/41

Campbell Munro 39
Joseph Abell 2/8

Essex v Somerset 1926[edit]

Somerset 208 & 107 Tie [23]

Jack MacBryan 80
Jack Russell 3/39

Box Case 23*
Laurie Eastman 6/59

County Cricket Ground, Chelmsford, England
Umpires: F.Chester and J.Stone

Essex 178 & 137/9

John Freeman 43
Jack White 5/57

John Freeman 37
Jimmy Bridges 5/33

Gloucestershire v Australians 1930[edit]

Gloucestershire 72 & 202 Tie [24]

Frederick Seabrook 19
Percy Hornibrook 4/20

Wally Hammond 89
Percy Hornibrook 5/49

County Cricket Ground, Bristol, England
Umpires: W.Buswell and W.Huddleton

Australians 157 & 117

Bill Ponsford 51
Tom Goddard 5/52

Stan McCabe 34
Charlie Parker 7/54

Victoria v MCC 1932/33[edit]

Marylebone Cricket Club 321 & 183/9 dec. Tie [25]

Maurice Tate 94
Bert Ironmonger 3/82

Wally Hammond 64
Bert Ironmonger 5/31

Melbourne Cricket Ground, Australia
Umpires: A.Barlow and W.Moore

Victoria 327 & 177/3

Len Darling 103
Freddie Brown 3/63

Keith Rigg 88
Bill Bowes 2/56

Worcestershire v Somerset 1939[edit]

Worcestershire 130 & 142 Tie [26]

Edwin Cooper 69
Arthur Wellard 7/45

Dick Howorth 45
Horace Hazell 5/6

Chester Road North Ground, Kidderminster, England
Umpires: E.Cooke and J.Smart

Somerset 131 & 141

Bertie Buse 26
Reg Perks 4/40

Peter McRae 28
Dick Howorth 4/27

Southern Punjab v Baroda 1945/46[edit]

Southern Punjab 167 & 146 Tie [27]

Lala Amarnath 91
Vijay Hazare 5/52

Maqsood Ahmed 56
Vijay Hazare 5/53

Baradari Ground, Patiala, India
Umpires: I.Baig and Shujauddin

Baroda 106 & 207

Hemu Adhikari 18
Shankarrao Powar 18
Aftab Ahmed 6/37

Raosaheb Nimbalkar 52
Lala Amarnath 4/44

Essex v Northamptonshire 1947[edit]

Northamptonshire 215 & 291 Tie [28]

Vincent Broderick 49
Peter Smith 4/65

John Timms 112
Peter Smith 6/84

Valentines Park, London, England
Umpires: H.Baldwin and F.Chester

Essex 267 & 239

Chick Cray 100
Nobby Clark 3/42

Len Clark 64
Vincent Broderick 4/48

Hampshire v Lancashire 1947[edit]

Hampshire 363 & 224/7 dec. Tie [29]

Jim Bailey 95
Ken Cranston 4/73

Jim Bailey 63
William Roberts 2/30

Dean Park Cricket Ground, Bournemouth, England
Umpires: H.Cruice and F.Root

Lancashire 367/9 dec. & 220

Ken Cranston 155*
Victor Ransom 3/68

Cyril Washbrook 105
Jim Bailey 6/82

DG Bradman's XI v AL Hassett's XI 1948/49[edit]

AL Hassett's XI 406 & 430 Tie [30]

Ray Lindwall 104
Sam Loxton 3/39

Lindsay Hassett 102
Doug Ring 3/150

Melbourne Cricket Ground, Australia
Umpires: A.Barlow and R.Wright

DG Bradman's XI 434 & 402/9

Donald Bradman 123
Colin McCool 5/101

Don Tallon 146*
Ray Lindwall 3/32

Hampshire v Kent 1950[edit]

Kent 162 & 170 Tie [31]

Godfrey Evans 71
Charlie Knott 4/49

Les Ames 55 (retired hurt)
Charlie Knott 5/46

County Ground, Southampton, England
Umpires: H.Baldwin and F.Lee

Hampshire 180 & 152

Clifford Walker 46
Doug Wright 6/91

John Arnold 52
Alan Shirreff 3/27

Sussex v Warwickshire 1952[edit]

Warwickshire 138 & 116 Tie [32]

Tom Dollery 55
Ted James 3/16

Alan Townsend 41
Jim Wood 4/40

County Cricket Ground, Hove, England
Umpires: J.Hills and F.Price

Sussex 123 & 131

John Langridge 65
Charles Grove 4/42

George Cox 27
Charles Oakes 27
Charles Grove 6/49

Essex v Lancashire 1952[edit]

Lancashire 266 & 226/7 dec. Tie [33]

Alan Wharton 85
Ken Preston 5/49

Geoff Edrich 69
Ray Smith 6/122

Old County Ground, Brentwood, England
Umpires: T.Spencer and CH.Welch

Essex 261 & 231

Bill Greensmith 56
Geoff Lomax 3/37

Trevor Bailey 52
Roy Tattersall 4/61

Northamptonshire v Middlesex 1953[edit]

Middlesex 96 & 312 Tie [34]

Bill Edrich 55
Robert Clarke 5/31

Denis Compton 100
Freddie Brown 6/71

Town Ground, Peterborough, England
Umpires: K.McCanlis and H.Palmer

Northamptonshire 182 & 226

Dennis Brookes 53
Alan Moss 3/61

Des Barrick 80*
Alan Moss 5/68

Yorkshire v Leicestershire 1954[edit]

Yorkshire 351/4 dec. & 113 Tie [35]

Vic Wilson 138
Jack Walsh 2/77

Ted Lester 34
Terry Spencer 9/63

Fartown, Huddersfield, England
Umpires: E.Cooke and H.Elliott

Leicestershire 328 & 136

Maurice Tompkin 149
Johnny Wardle 4/82

Charles Palmer 31
Victor Munden 31
Fred Trueman 4/44

Sussex v Hampshire 1955[edit]

Sussex 172 & 120 Tie [36]

John Langridge 48
Derek Shackleton 4/45

Robin Marlar 23
Derek Shackleton 5/42

The Saffrons, Eastbourne, England
Umpires: E.Cooke and H.Elliott

Hampshire 153 & 139

Henry Horton 40
Ted James 4/60

Alan Rayment 30
Ted James 5/49

Victoria v New South Wales 1956/57[edit]

Victoria 244 & 197 Tie [37]

Ian Meckiff 55
Richie Benaud 4/67

John Shaw 52
John Treanor 5/36

St Kilda Cricket Ground, Melbourne, Australia
Umpires: J.Ward and R.Wright

New South Wales 281 & 160

Jim Burke 132*
Ian Meckiff 3/65

Richie Benaud 63
Lindsay Kline 6/57

TN Pearce's XI v New Zealanders 1958[edit]

New Zealanders 268 & 303/8 dec. Tie [38]

Bert Sutcliffe 77
Peter Sainsbury 4/91

John Sparling 85
Peter Sainsbury 4/58

North Marine Road, Scarborough, England
Umpires: B.Oldfield and A.Skelding

T. N. Pearce's XI 313/7 dec. & 258

Peter May 131
Bert Sutcliffe 3/67

Godfrey Evans 69
Johnny Hayes 5/72

Essex v Gloucestershire 1959[edit]

Essex 364/6 dec. & 176/8 dec. Tie [39]

Doug Insole 177*
Tony Brown 3/66

Doug Insole 90
Tony Brown 4/60

Leyton Cricket Ground, England
Umpires: A.Fagg and T.Spencer

Gloucestershire 329 & 211

Arthur Milton 99
Barry Knight 4/69

Tony Brown 91
Barry Knight 4/64

Australia v West Indies 1960/61[edit]

West Indies 453 & 284 Tie [40]

Garfield Sobers 132
Alan Davidson 5/135

Frank Worrell 65
Alan Davidson 6/87

Brisbane Cricket Ground, Australia
Umpires: C.Egar and C.Hoy

Australia 505 & 232

Norm O'Neill 181
Wes Hall 4/140

Alan Davidson 80
Wes Hall 5/63

Bahawalpur v Lahore B 1961/62[edit]

Lahore B 127 & 278 Tie [41]

Hameed Hussain 48
Ghiasuddin Ahmed 6/40

Abdul Quddus 49
Naseer Ahmed 2/8

Bahawal Stadium, Pakistan
Umpires: G.Mir and N.Mohammad

Bahawalpur 123 & 282

Hasan Ahmed 31
Mohammad Hafeez 5/32

Javed Bhatti 141
Zafar Waqar 3/56

Hampshire v Middlesex 1967[edit]

Middlesex 327/5 dec. & 123/9 dec. Tie [42]

Michael Smith 135*
Butch White 3/80

Clive Radley 46*
Keith Wheatley 3/26

United Services Recreation Ground, Portsmouth, England
Umpires: J.Langridge and C.Pepper

Hampshire 277 & 173

David Turner 87
John Price 3/77

Richard Gilliat 37
Bob Herman 4/44

England XI v England Under-25s 1968[edit]

England XI 312/8 dec. & 190/3 dec. Tie [43]

Doug Padgett 100
Derek Underwood 4/90

Phil Sharpe 88
Derek Underwood 1/9

North Marine Road, Scarborough, England
Umpires: S.Buller and E.Phillipson

England Under-25s 320/9 dec. & 182

Keith Fletcher 112
Robin Hobbs 4/98

Clive Radley 39
Ray Illingworth 5/53

Yorkshire v Middlesex 1973[edit]

Middlesex 102 & 211 Tie [44]

John Murray 21
Tony Nicholson 5/23

Mike Brearley 83
Don Wilson 4/67

Park Avenue, Bradford, England
Umpires: H.Horton and G.Pope

Yorkshire 106/9 dec. & 207

Colin Johnson 33
Larry Gomes 4/22

Colin Johnson 78
Mike Selvey 6/74

Sussex v Essex 1974[edit]

Sussex 245 & 173/5 dec. Tie [45]

Peter Graves 114*
Stuart Turner 6/87

Mike Griffith 58
Robin Hobbs 3/72

County Cricket Ground, Hove, England
Umpires: B.Meyer and P.Wight

Essex 200/8 dec. & 218

Brian Hardie 41
John Snow 2/52

Stuart Turner 69
Uday Joshi 4/79

South Australia v Queensland 1976/77[edit]

South Australia 431 & 171/7 dec. Tie [46]

David Hookes 185
Geoff Dymock 5/109

David Hookes 105
Phil Carlson 2/4

Adelaide Oval, Australia
Umpires: R.Bailhache and M.O'Connell

Queensland 340/8 dec. & 262

Graham Whyte 93
Geoffrey Attenborough 3/81

Martin Kent 82
Geoffrey Attenborough 3/72

Central Districts v England 1977/78[edit]

England XI 296/6 dec. & 104 Tie [47]

Mike Gatting 66
Alistar Jordan 3/38

Geoff Cope 20*
David O'Sullivan 5/14

Pukekura Park, New Plymouth, New Zealand
Umpires: D.Kinsella and S.Woodward

Central Districts 198 & 202

David O'Sullivan 31
Bob Willis 3/45

Terry Horne 40
Bob Willis 2/13

Victoria v New Zealanders 1982/83[edit]

New Zealand 301/9 dec. & 174/3 dec. Tie [48]

Geoff Howarth 102
Len Balcam 3/53

John Reid 58
Rod McCurdy 1/29

Melbourne Cricket Ground, Australia
Umpires: R.Bailhache and A.Nicosia

Victoria 230/5 dec. & 245

Dav Whatmore 81
Gary Troup 2/30

Julien Wiener 75
John Morrison 4/62

Muslim Commercial Bank v Railways 1983/84[edit]

Muslim Commercial Bank 229 & 238 Tie [49]

Asif Ali[50] 74
Naved Anjum 3/59

Azmat Rana 71
Naved Anjum 3/49

Jinnah Stadium Sialkot, Pakistan
Umpires: ?

Railways 149 & 318

Talat Mirza 64
Ijaz Faqih 6/42

Manzoor Elahi 53
Ilyas Khan 4/58

Sussex v Kent 1984[edit]

Kent 92 & 243 Tie [51]

Neil Taylor 50
Colin Wells 5/25

Derek Underwood 111
Colin Wells 3/35

Central Recreation Ground, Hastings, England
Umpires: D.Bird and A.Whitehead

Sussex 143 & 192

Colin Wells 51
Kevin Jarvis 4/34

Colin Wells 81
Terry Alderman 5/60

Northamptonshire v Kent 1984[edit]

Kent 250/6 dec. & 204/5 dec. Tie [52]

Mark Benson, Graham Johnson, Chris Tavaré 45
Duncan Wild 2/24

Neil Taylor 86*
Duncan Wild 3/63

County Cricket Ground, Northampton, England
Umpires: J.Holder and B.Meyer

Northamptonshire 124 & 330

Geoff Cook 40
Terry Alderman 5/34

Duncan Wild 128
Terry Alderman 3/89

Western Province v Eastern Province 1984/85[edit]

Eastern Province 109 & 109 Tie [53]

Andre Peters 37
Barney Mohammed 5/33

J. Sandan 39*
Goolam Allie 6/45

Elfindale, Cape Town, South Africa
Umpires: V.J.Farrell and L.February

Western Province 97 & 121

Nasser Antulay 42
Stephen Draai 5/20

Mansoor Abdullah 36
Haroon Lorgat 4/21

Eastern Province B v Boland 1985/86[edit]

Eastern Province B 189 & 278 Tie [54]

David Capel 54
Omar Henry 4/46

Ian Daniell 116
Ian Callen 4/71

Albany Sports Club, Grahamstown, South Africa
Umpires: R.Koertzen and L.Mack

Boland 211 & 256

Stephen Jones 53
Brent Robey 3/36

Carl Spilhaus 82
Anthony Hobson 4/39

Natal B v Eastern Province B 1985/86[edit]

Natal B 367 & 204/5 dec. Tie [55]

Craig Lowe 64
Anthony Hobson 7/114

Michael Mellor 45
Anthony Hobson 2/40

Jan Smuts Stadium, Pietermaritzburg, South Africa
Umpires: H.Bruin and B.Smith

Eastern Province B 279 & 292

James Furstenburg 122
John O'Donoghue 5/102

Terance Reid 87
Michael Mellor 2/26

India v Australia 1986/87[edit]

Australia 574/7 dec. & 170/5 dec. Tie [56]

Dean Jones 210
Shivlal Yadav 4/142

David Boon 49
Maninder Singh 3/60

M. A. Chidambaram Stadium, Madras, India
Umpires: D.Dotiwalla and V.Vikramraju

India 397 & 347

Kapil Dev 119
Greg Matthews 5/103

Sunil Gavaskar 90
Ray Bright 5/94

Gloucestershire v Derbyshire 1987[edit]

Derbyshire 340 & 226/5 dec. Tie [57]

Kim Barnett 80
David Lawrence 4/61

Kim Barnett 110
Phil Bainbridge 2/56

The Royal & Sun Alliance County Ground, Bristol, England
Umpires: K.Palmer and P.Wight

Gloucestershire 288 & 278

Jeremy Lloyds 66
Roger Finney 3/39

Jeremy Lloyds 64
Raj Sharma 6/80

Bahawalpur v Peshawar 1988/89[edit]

Peshawar 263/9 dec. & 249 Tie [58]

Haroon Jan 69
Imran Adil 4/68

Mohammad Sajid 65
Mohammad Zahid 4/69

Bahawal Stadium, Pakistan
Umpires: B.Kardar and M.Iqbal

Bahawalpur 325/8 dec. & 187

Mujahid Usmani 65
Faridoon Khan 4/97

Afzal Kamal 40
Wajid Khan 3/5

Wellington v Canterbury 1988/89[edit]

Wellington 398 & 250/4 dec. Tie [59]

Tim Ritchie 106
Stu Roberts 5/115

Andrew Jones 181*
Mark Robinson 2/40

Basin Reserve, Wellington, New Zealand
Umpires: F.Goodall and S.Woodward

Canterbury 381 & 267

David Boyle 108
Evan Gray 3/69

John Wright 81
Evan Gray 4/77

Sussex v Kent 1991[edit]

Kent 381 & 408/7 dec. Tie [60]

Neil Taylor 111
Ian Salisbury 4/101

Neil Taylor 203*
Tony Dodemaide 4/87

County Cricket Ground, Hove, England
Umpires: M.Kitchen and R.White

Sussex 353 & 436

Colin Wells 76
Mark Ealham 5/39

Alan Wells 162
Tony Merrick 7/99

Nottinghamshire v Worcestershire 1993[edit]

Worcestershire 203 & 325/8 dec. Tie [61]

Tim Curtis 43
Andy Pick 3/28

Tim Curtis 113
Greg Mike 5/65

Trent Bridge, West Bridgford, England
Umpires: B.Meyer and P.Wight

Nottinghamshire 233 & 295

Greg Mike 47
Stuart Lampitt 3/33

Derek Randall 98
Phil Newport 6/63

Somerset v West Indies A 2002[edit]

West Indies A 370 & 266/7 dec. Tie [62]

Lendl Simmons 81
Matthew Bulbeck 4/47

Dwayne Bravo 77*
Arul Suppiah 3/46

County Ground, Taunton, England
Umpires: B.Dudleston and J.Lloyds

Somerset 183 & 453

Matthew Wood 51
Reon King 4/48

Peter Trego 140
Reon King 3/90

Warwickshire v Essex 2003[edit]

Warwickshire 446/7 dec. & Forfeited innings Tie [63]

Jim Troughton 129*
Scott Brant 3/133

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Edgbaston Cricket Ground, Birmingham, England
Umpires: R.Palmer and J.Steele

Essex 66/0 dec. & 380

Darren Robinson 42*
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Ronnie Irani 87
Ashley Giles 5/115

Worcestershire v Zimbabweans 2003[edit]

Worcestershire 262 & 247 Tie [64]

Vikram Solanki 74
Douglas Hondo 3/53

Andrew Hall 68
Grant Flower 3/25

New Road, Worcester, England
Umpires: N.Cowley and R.Kettleborough

Zimbabweans 334 & 175

Stuart Carlisle 157
Kabir Ali 3/89

Andy Blignaut 42
Kabir Ali 5/48

Border v Boland 2012/13[edit]

11–13 October 2012
Scorecard
v
210 (49 overs)
Darryl Brown 49 (85)
Hillroy Paulse 3/34 (11 overs)
219 (63.4 overs)
Emile Kriek 63 (112)
Gionne Koopman 5/36 (17.4 overs)
210 (73.2 overs)
Gionne Koopman 48 (118)
Carl Raubenheimer 6/86 (26.2 overs)
201 (72 overs)
Emile Kriek 96 (156)
Darryl Brown 6/32 (16 overs)
Match tied
Mercedes Benz Park, East London
Umpires: Ian Howell (SA) and Faizel Samsoodien (SA)
  • Boland won the toss and elected to field

Police Sports Club v Kalutara Physical Culture Club 2016/17[edit]

14–16 January 2017
Scorecard
v
235 (70.1 overs)
Suwanji Madanayake 96* (177)
Jasdeep Singh 4/38 (21 overs)
139 (67 overs)
Damidu Ashan 34 (78)
Suwanji Madanayake 3/37 (18 overs)
85 (25.3 overs)
Tharindu Dilshan 27 (27)
Ruchira Tharindra 7/31 (13 overs)
181 (41.1 overs)
Damidu Ashan 56 (76)
Suwanji Madanayake 7/70 (17 overs)
Match tied
Burgher Recreation Club Ground, Colombo
Umpires: Saman Mohan de Silva and Chaminda Hathurusingha
  • Kalutara Physical Culture Club won the toss and elected to field.

See also[edit]

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