Sheffield Daily Telegraph – Monday 25 July 1921
Rotherham 187 Denaby 193 for 4
Fine Century by White
For Rotherham: H Turner 40, H Brown 32, T Cawley not out 50
For Denaby J.C.White 102, G Worthington 69
The match between Rotherham and Denaby, which was set apart for the benefit of Rookes, the Rotherham groundsman, was watched by a splendid attendance.
Batting first, Rotherham after a good start, fell away, but recovered later and in the end scored 187, Cawley being not out 50. Worthington and Shoesmith shared the bowling honours with six for 61 and four for 62 respectively.
Denaby lost Greig without a run on the board, but White and Worthington subsequently made light of the Rotherham attack and before being separated took the score to 169, when the latter was out for 69. White went on to score 102 runs, which included three sixes and 15 fours, Denaby winning by six wickets.