Mexborough & Swinton Times 14 June 1935
First Century Against Denaby
Missed Catches Help Doncaster
George Hutchinson, of Doncaster, had the distinction of being the first batsman to score a century against Denaby this season. His 126 in Tuesdays game included five sixes and 13 fours and was made in two hours and 20 minutes. He was missed that one, six, 31, 50 and 103, being finally out to a high one-handed catch by Mountsey. Bullard scored 50, including six fours and a six, and he and Hutchinson put on 126 for the fifth wicket.
The Denaby bowling was changed frequently, but it fell to Holland to break up the partnership. Reville, who was given a run in the Denaby side, is a useful left arm spin bowler, but against Doncaster luck was against him, most of the catches missed being off his bowling. He took three for 54, Dickinson two for 20 and Holland two for 35.
Doncaster declared at 236 for 8 wickets
With only two on the board Wainwright was back in the pavilion, having failed to score. Greenwood was out of his pads 27 runs later. Wright and Batty took the score to the 53, when Wright run out, having made 41 in quick time. At 67 Criddle was caught and four runs later Batty was bowled by Luke. Allen was out before he had scored, Mountsey and Holland figured in a useful partnership of 53, the former being the 1st to after making 87, which included eight fours. Robinson left after making five, when Holland went for 25, the total being 139. Reville and Dickinson took Denaby’s total to 151. For Doncaster, Luke took three for 29, Howcroft two for 18.