New South Wales Colts v Queensland Colts
Other matches in Australia 1935/36
VenueSydney Cricket Ground, Sydney on 15th, 16th, 17th November 1935 (4-day match)
Balls per over8
TossNew South Wales Colts won the toss and decided to bat
ResultNew South Wales Colts won by 7 wickets
UmpiresAL Christie, FWJ Lyons
Close of play day 1New South Wales Colts (1) 434 all out
Close of play day 2Queensland Colts (2) 59/0 (Rogers 31*, Gunthorpe 20*)

New South Wales Colts first inningsRunsBallsMins4s6s
LC Hynesc Cockburn b Hardcastle6     
J Griffinc Gunthorpe b Hardcastle50     
VE Jacksonst Gunthorpe b La Frantz43     
B Cookc Turich b Hardcastle97     
F Dayb Clem16     
*KC Gullivernot out129     
+G Paynec Maddern b Clem3     
JE Walshc Gunthorpe b Hardcastle67     
FPJ Gilmoreb Hardcastle1     
RJ McKinnonlbw b Hardcastle0     
CJ Kingc Maddern b Clem12     
Extras(7 b, 2 lb, 1 nb)10
Total(all out, 81 overs)434
Fall of wickets:
1-14 (Hynes), 2-86, 3-136, 4-159, 5-242, 6-260, 7-386, 8-394, 9-394, 10-434 (81 ov)
Queensland Colts bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-Balls
Hardcastle29   11406--
Cockburn10   0560-1
Clem28   21273--
La Frantz13   0891--
Baker1   0120--

Queensland Colts first inningsRunsBallsMins4s6s
RE Rogersb Gilmore21     
VG Honourc Payne b King81     
MS Guttormsenlbw b Hynes6     
JG Maddernrun out17     
*CG Turichb Gilmore24     
GG Bakerc Griffin b King17     
EC La Frantzlbw b Gilmore33     
+GD Gunthorpenot out44     
JSD Cockburnb Walsh3     
GW Hardcastlest Payne b Gulliver12     
GR Clemc Cook b Gulliver0     
Extras(12 b, 5 lb)17
Total(all out, 69 overs)275
Fall of wickets:
1-34 (Rogers), 2-43 (Honour), 3-84 (Guttormsen), 4-139 (Maddern), 5-176, 6-184, 7-222, 8-250, 9-275, 10-275 (69 ov)
New South Wales Colts bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-Balls
Gilmore18   2703--
Hynes9   3321--
King11   0462--
McKinnon9   0480--
Walsh11   1321--
Jackson5   1130--
Gulliver6   2172--

Queensland Colts second innings (following on)RunsBallsMins4s6s
RE Rogersc Gilmore b McKinnon45     
+GD Gunthorpeb Gulliver74     
JG Maddernc Gilmore b McKinnon0     
MS Guttormsenc Griffin b King19     
VG Honourlbw b Gulliver14     
*CG Turichb Walsh15     
GG Bakerc Griffin b Jackson57     
EC La Frantzb Hynes7     
JSD Cockburnb Walsh21     
GW Hardcastleb King5     
GR Clemnot out1     
Extras(10 b, 9 lb)19
Total(all out, 66.4 overs)277
Fall of wickets:
1-81 (Rogers), 2-81 (Maddern), 3-116 (Guttormsen), 4-154 (Honour), 5-169 (Gunthorpe), 6-191 (Turich), 7-214 (La Frantz), 8-264 (Cockburn), 9-273 (Baker), 10-277 (Hardcastle, 66.4 ov)
New South Wales Colts bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-Balls
Gilmore7   0410--
Hynes10   1401--
McKinnon11   0602--
Walsh12   2442--
Jackson5   0181--
Gulliver12   3282--

New South Wales Colts second inningsRunsBallsMins4s6s
LC Hynesb Clem2     
J Griffinnot out60     
VE Jacksonb Clem19     
F Daylbw b Hardcastle11     
*KC Gullivernot out14     
B Cookdid not bat      
+G Paynedid not bat      
JE Walshdid not bat      
FPJ Gilmoredid not bat      
RJ McKinnondid not bat      
CJ Kingdid not bat      
Extras(12 b, 1 lb)13
Total(3 wickets, 23.2 overs)119
Fall of wickets:
1-3 (Hynes), 2-45 (Jackson), 3-64 (Day)
Queensland Colts bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-Balls
Hardcastle12   0601--

--> The match was scheduled for four days but completed in three.

Twelfth men: EE Crossan (New South Wales Colts), A Edmonds (Queensland Colts
Match notes
After the quick loss of Hynes runs came quite easily to the New South Wales batsmen. The outstanding batting of the opening day was provided by their captain Ken Gulliver who recorded the only century of the match. Dropped at 8 he and Walsh added 126 for the seventh wicket in just 63 minutes. In all Gulliver batted 169 minutes. Hardcastle was the best of the Queensland bowlers, opening at a quite brisk pace and later dropping back to bowling medium pace. Clem flighted the ball well and deserved better figures. The Queensland fielding was poor though Gunthorpe gave a very good display behind the stumps.
Honour held the first Queensland innings together in a stay of 157 minutes, hitting seven fours. Gunthorpe played sensibly in the lower order in a stay of 90 minutes. Following on Gunthorpe opened the innings and stayed into the third day, batting in all for 129 minutes and hitting twelve boundaries, he and Rogers opening with 81. Baker also batted well in the second innings hitting ten fours in a stay of 70 minutes. The Queensland second innings concluded at 3.24 p.m. after just 205 minutes. New South Wales hit off the runs required for outright victory in 88 minutes, Griffin again playing well and hitting nine fours.





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