Winteringham Cricket Club

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Winteringham Cricket Club

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On Friday July 30th 1858, the Hull Packet carried the following report:

Winteringham: A Cricket Club is at length established here and bids fair to become pretty strong in numbers.  About 30 married and single have enrolled themselves as members, and are practising every evening from six to nine o'clock.”

 

Winteringham v South Ferriby, 15th July 1878
Reported in the Hull Packet of 26th July 1878

Winteringham v South Ferriby. The return match was played on the ground of the former on Monday 15th July, resulting in a victory for the visitors, with 23 runs to spare.  Score: - South Ferriby, 43 and 60; Winteringham, 24 and 56


Winteringham v Alkborough, 16th July 1878
Reported in the Hull Packet of 26th July 1878

Winteringham v Alkbro'.- Played on July 16 on the ground of the former, and resulted in a victory for the home team in one innings and 15 runs to spare.  Score: - Winteringham, 61; Alkbro', 19 and 27.

 

Hull White Star (2nd) v Winteringham (date not stated)

Reported in the Hull Packet on 28th May 1881

Played on the White Star ground, and resulted in an easy victory for the home team.  Browton and Beacock batted well, and Robinson bowled well, for the visitors.  Ward bowled very well for the home team, and made the top score in batting.  Shuttleworth played a good innings.  Score:-

White Star 1st Innings

G W Gleadhill b Robinson
C Ward b Robinson
J Mooton c Bell b Barker
F Chapman st Robinson b Robinson
A Richardson b Robinson
A Hendler b Robinson
D Richardson b Robinson
Shuttleworth b Robinson
Allington b Robinson
J Hardman b Robinson
S Hawkes not out
  extras

   Total

 

9
14
6
0
1
8
6
12
0
0
6
3

65

White Star 2nd Innings

G W Gleadhill not out
C Ward c Robinson b Beacock
J Mooton c Robinson b Sutton
F Chapman b Robinson
A Richardson b Robinson
A Hendler b Barker
D Richardson b Sutton
Shuttleworth b Beacock
Allington b Robinson
J Hardman thrown out Sutton
S Hawkes c Browton b Beacock
  extras

   Total

 

20
1
9
13
3
16
2
3
8
11
0
3

89

 

 

Winteringham

Barker b Mootton
E Slingsby c Henderson b Ward
M Beacock b Ward
Browton run out
W Sutton c Shuttleworth b Ward
J Robinson st Mootton b Ward
W Smith b Richardson
A Bell c Richardson b Ward
T Robinson b Richardson
H Sutton not out
G Beacock b Richardson
  extras

   Total

 

2
0
10
19
1
6
1
1
2
0
2
5

49

NB:  There is no mention of another Winteringham innings!

 





 

 

 

 

 

Barton v Winteringham, 25th June 1881

Reported in the Hull Packet on 1st July 1881

Barton v Winteringham - played at Barton on Saturday, 25th June, the home team winning by 16 runs on the first innings.  Rain delayed the start until three o'clock.  Mr Burkill batted very well for his side, and was bowled off his pads.  For Barton Mr Poole got his runs in good style, and Mr Wilson's six wickets cost but one run each.

Barton

M C Hill b Robinson
T H Potts run out
A G Poole b Burkill
W T Gooseman b Burkill
H Wilson b Robinson
G Heddelsey b Robinson
J Harris c and b Burkill
W Stamp b Robinson
W Rennison b Burkill
J T Markham c Slingsby b Burkill
J Stow not out
   Extras

   Total


Winteringham

M Beacock c Harris b Haddelsey
S Burkill c Wilson
T Robinson c and b Haddelsey
J Broughton c Hill b Rennison
W Sutton b Haddelsey
J Robinson b Wilson
G Pickersgill c Haddelsey b Wilson
G Beacock b Wilson
F Robinson b Wilson
H Sutton b Wilson
E Slingsby not out
   Extras

   Total

 

7
4
21
10
0
7
2
6
0
7
2
5

71




0
17
0
11
6
6
2
3
3
0
1
6

55

 

Appleby v Winteringham, 9th June 1883

Reported in the Hull Packet on 15th June 1883

A cricket match was played here on 9th instant between Winteringham and Appleby, which resulted in a victory for the home team

Winteringham First Innings

G Beacock b Barker
J Robinson c Hutchinson b Green
W N Sutton c and b Barker
A Burkill c Hutchinson b Green
A Bell c Hutchinson b Barker
F Sutton b Barker
A Barr c Hird b Green
G Barr b Green
T Weston b Barker
S Burkill b Barker
G Ellis not out
  extras

   Total

 

5
0
4
6
0
3
1
0
0
0
0
1

20

Winteringham Second Innings

G Beacock b Hutchinson
J Robinson b Green
W N Sutton b Bailey
A Burkill st Hutchinson b Bailey
A Bell run out
F Sutton b Bailey
A Barr c Harrison b Barker
G Barr b Bailey
T Weston b Green
S Burkill not out
G Ellis c and b Green
  extras

   Total

 

8
0
18
2
0
0
5
0
0
0
2
3

38

 

 

Appleby First Innings

W Parish c Beacock b Burkill
E Hutchinson c Weston b W N Sutton
F Harrison b Burkill
J B Bailey b W N Sutton
G Hird c Beacock b Burkill
B Barker c Robinson b W N Sutton
T Barker c W N Sutton b Burkill
W Lander c W N Sutton b F Sutton
G Green c and b Burkill
T Hall c Beacock b W N Sutton
C Nicholson not out
  extras

   Total

 

7
6
2
7
12
0
0
0
6
6
3
6

55

Appleby Second Innings

E Hutchinson not out
T Hall not out
  extras

   Total

 

3
1
0

4

 

 

 

Appleby v Winteringham, 19th July 1884

Reported in the Hull Packet on 25th July 1884

A cricket match was played here on Saturday here with Appleby, which resulted in a win for the visitors.  A Burkill made a useful score for the home team.  E Hutchinson played an excellent innings of 41 not out for the visitors.

Appleby

W Parish
C Nicholson
G Hird
E Hutchinson
W Lander
T Hall
T Barker
J Hodlin
H Harrison
W Mansell
W Golland
  extras

   Total

 

8
0
1
41
0
0
0
0
11
0
0
5

66

 

Winteringham

J Burkill
A Waterloo
F Reed
G Beacock
J Pocklington
A Burkill
A Bell
F Sutton
L Sutton
J Weston
F Parker
  extras

   Total

 

10
2
1
1
0
26
1
5
2
2
0
5

55

 

 

 

Winteringham v Roxby

Reported in the Hull Daily Mail Wednesday 17th August 1892

Winteringham v Roxby - This match was played on the Winteringham ground and resulted in an easy win for the visitors by an innings and six runs.  The weather in the morning was very unpromising, as it was raining all the time, but in the afternoon it was very pleasant but dull.

 

Winteringham - First Innings

Winteringham - Second Innings

 

 

J Burkill

c Goodworth

b A Taylor

1

 

J Burkill

 

b A Taylor

0

W Barratt

 

b A Taylor

0

 

W Barratt

 

b F Robinson

13

C Hall

 

b Goodworth

4

 

C Hall

c Beacock

b F Robinson

1

J Gibson

c & b

Goodworth

0

 

J Gibson

 

run out

3

B Bickell

 

Not out

5

 

B Bickell

c Goodworth

b A Taylor

2

M Reed

 

b Goodworth

1

 

M Reed

 

b Robinson

18

M Bromby

 

b A Taylor

0

 

M Bromby

 

Not out

5

A Barr

 

b A Taylor

0

 

A Barr

 

b Robinson

0

H Smith

 

b Goodworth

0

 

H Smith

 

b A Taylor

3

C Waddingham

c Beacock

b A Taylor

0

 

C Waddingham

 

b Robinson

0

W Beacock

c W Taylor

b A Taylor

0

 

W Beacock

 

b Robinson

1

extras

 

 

5

 

extras

 

 

4

Total

 

 

16

 

Total

 

 

50

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Roxby - First Innings

H Goodworth

 

b Burkill

13

 

 

 

 

 

F Robinson

 

run out

0

 

 

 

 

 

Robinson

 

run out

11

 

 

 

 

 

S Tibbits

 

run out

6

 

 

 

 

 

J Dudding

 

b Barr

13

 

 

 

 

 

A Taylor

c Barr

b Bickell

7

 

 

 

 

 

W Taylor

 

b Bickell

0

 

 

 

 

 

W Gurnell

 

b Bickell

0

 

 

 

 

 

J Beacock

c Burkill

b Bickell

1

 

 

 

 

 

L Smith

 

not out

5

 

 

 

 

 

H Smith

 

b Burkill

1

 

 

 

 

 

extras

 

 

15

 

 

 

 

 

Total

 

 

72

 

 

 

 

 

Hull Daily Mail 22nd May 1908

Generous Hull Cricketer


The Secretary of the Winteringham Cricket Club has received the following letter from Hull, from one who signs himself "A Fellow Cricketer." :- "I have great pleasure to enclose you 1 0s 9d to balance your deficiency.  Sixteen years as secretary and treasurer of any cricket club is a long time."

A paragraph appeared in last week's "Hull Times" giving an account of the annual meeting, at which Mr W Barratt resigned the secretary and treasurership after 16 years' service, and also showing the above deficiency in the accounts for the year.  The committee wish to thank "A Fellow Cricketer" for his generous gift and the kind feelings that prompted it.

 

 

 

 

Winteringham Cricket Club Badge

 

Wayfarer article, Scunthorpe Telegraph 1957New Badge of Winteringham Cricket Club is based on old family crests

The following article appeared in the "Wayfarer" column of the Scunthorpe Evening Telegraph in August 1957 (kindly supplied by Sandra Clayton):

Members of the village cricket club at Winteringham who wear the club's newly-adopted badge on their blazers will be preserving a centuries-old link with the past.

The badge consists of an impressive coat of arms taken from the crests of two former Winteringham farming families one of which, the Scarborough family is believed to have been in existence in Danish times.

In his history of Winterton, published in 1836, the noted local antiquary, William Andrews, mentions the Scarborough family living in the Winteringham district during the time of Henry VII.

REAR ADMIRAL WAS PRESIDENT

The other family, the Bords, may not have had its roots in Winteringham but it originated in North Lincolnshire.  It became closely associated with the Scarborough family through marriage.

Mr. John S. Dudding, of Winteringham, and West Africa, where he is in the colonial service, is a nephew of the late Mr. John Scarborough, the last person to bear the family's name.  Mr. Scarborough, who lived in Hull, was a staunch supporter of the Winteringham Cricket Club in the 1930's and made a substantial donation toward providing playing equipment.

His cousin, Surgeon Rear Admiral John Dudding of Winteringham, was the club's fourth president, and in 1937, he opened a new cricket pavilion at the club's ground, the Croft.

TAKEN FROM DRAWINGS

The idea of the club's new badge was born, when the secretary, Mr J. Kirkby heard about the drawings of the two family crests, which are framed and hang in the hall of Mr. Duddings home.  He asked to see them, and Mr. Dudding gave the club permission to make use of them.

From the Bord family crest has been taken the motto "Faith and Patience" although the cricket club has translated it into Latin.  Incorporated from the Scarborough crest is the shield, surmounted by a helmet and embossed with other heraldic emblems.

PLAYED ON RIVERSIDE

Cricket records at Winteringham date back only to 1920 when the club was officially formed, but the game was played in the village for many years previously.

In the early days the teams were picked and led by the local gentry and such matches were important occasions for the village.

The "pitch" was the Humber foreshore and no doubt many balls knocked for a "six" found their way into the river.  The ball in play when the game was finished was usually handed to the winning team as a souvenir.

FIRST LEAGUE CHAMPIONS

The formation of the club followed a special match held during the previous year to raise the necessary money.  Then the village team began to play regularly on the Warehouse field near the old railway station.  Mr. W. W. Sutton became the first president, the club paying him a nominal rent for the use of the ground.

The Croft, which has been the village cricket ground since 1929, is rented from Scunthorpe Co-operative Society.
W J Sutton, Winteringham Cricket Club
Another milestone in the progress of this enthusiastic club was winning the Dinsdale cup in 1932, the year the Dinsdale League - now Scunthorpe and District League - was formed.

EMBLEMS AS TROPHIES

Winteringham has since been league champions in 1934, 1936, and 1940.

The second president of the club Mr P. Morrison, presented caps to the players in 1930.  The third president was Mr. F.
Hawkins, senior, and the office has been held for the past four years by Mr Gordon Sawyer, who is also a member of Nottinghamshire Cricket Club.

Several of the new emblems were presented to Winteringham cricketers as trophies when the club held its annual dinner last week.  Mr. Dudding, who was accompanied by Mrs. Dudding, also received one.

 

 

Lost and Found!

Cricket badge

In August 2011, Ken Jacobs found this bronze badge with a cricket motif.  Its origins are a mystery .... could it be connected to our own village cricket club?  If you have any information, we’d be grateful if you could share it with us!

 

 

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