John Atkinson Pendlington

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    "John Atkinson Pendlington (September 1861 – 15 January 1914) was the inventor of a linear scoring system for cricket before 1893. Unlike conventional scoring systems, the linear system shows balls faced by each batsman from each bowler. Until recently, the linear system was believed to have been developed more recently by Australian scorer Bill Ferguson in around 1905. Any link between the linear scoring systems used by Ferguson and Pendlington remain unclear. Pendlington was born in South Shields, County Durham, in 1861. He played cricket for Benwell....."
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    Added by: Simon Cotterill
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