1850 English cricket season

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1850 English cricket season

1850 was the 64th season of cricket in England since the foundation of Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC). The re-emergence occurred of Middlesex as a county team, largely through the efforts of the Walker family that eventually founded the present Middlesex County Cricket Club.

Important matches[edit]


Leading batsmen[edit]

John Wisden was the leading runscorer with 374 @ 18.70

Other leading batsmen were: G Parr, T Box, J Guy, N Felix, W Caffyn, F Pilch, A Mynn

Leading bowlers[edit]

John Wisden was the leading wicket-taker with 103

Other leading bowlers were: W Clarke, T Sherman, D Day, WR Hillyer, HW Fellows, W Martingell


Annual reviews[edit]

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