"It was a lot more gentile in those days. You bowled underarm and generally there were only two stumps. You had to run everything so there were no fours or sixes."
1864 was the year that overarm bowling became legal so the match was played under 1863 rules or earlier.
Former England cricketer and MCC Women's Cricket sub-committee chairman Claire Taylor, who was playing for Wisden, said: "Of course you're not allowed to bowl overarm…so I got some filthy leg spin underarm out!"