Somerset County Cricket Club First-class Matches

Somerset County Cricket Club First-class Matches

This article is a summary of 2,629 first-class cricket matches played by Somerset County Cricket Club to the end of the 2012 season.

Read more about Somerset County Cricket Club First-class Matches:  First-Class Status, Notes, Summary Against Each Opponent, Summary On Each Home Ground, Season By Season Summary, Abandoned Matches

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Somerset County Cricket Club First-class Matches - Abandoned Matches
1986 v Sussex at Horsham All these matches were abandoned because of bad weather, except for the match in 1914 which was abandoned because of the impending war ...

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