1769 English cricket season

The 1769 English cricket season was the last in which the original London Cricket Club and the Artillery Ground feature prominently in the records. The increasing stature of the Hambledon Club ensured a shift in focus from metropolitan London to rural Hampshire and Broadhalfpenny Down became cricket’s main venue through the 1770s. The process was accelerated by Hambledon’s innings victory over Surrey.

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1769 English cricket season is subject of English cricket seasons from 1764 to 1786 and 1769 in English cricket.