In the latest from the archives of Leinster cricket, we take a look at the battle of the sexes, which took place at Laytown back in 1902.
It was a very low scoring affair, with bowlers very much on top throughout the two innings match in the County Meath seaside town.
T Creanor's eight wicket haul saw the Ladies skittled for just three runs in the first innings.
However, the Gentlemen found batting equally tricky, as five wickets from Miss Hebden saw them dismissed for 13 - the Reverend J Carolin top scoring with 6.
Ladies skipper Miss Morrow hit 15 second time around which allowed her side to post 31, with R McIntosh taking five wickets.
The Gentlemen passed their total, thanks to G Duggan's 14 as they totaled 28, emerging victorious by seven runs.
This was despite the best efforts of Miss Morrow, who captured eight wickets.
A fascinating look back at a match of 116 years ago.
Thanks again to Joe Curtis for the clipping.