Remained in Brigade Reserve in Billets. German mine exploded at point marked * on Appendix 2. Six men injured by the explosion, no serious injuries, but all admitted to Hospital. Two men also admitted to Hospital. Fighting Strength 20 officers 884 other ranks.
The point marked * on Appendix 2, is shown on the linked map at the point of the arrow coming from the top of the page.
A list of casualties in the battalion war diary identifies all of the wounded from the mine as members of A company: 14934 LCpl LG Cowill; 17789 Pte HJ Jarvis; 16218 Pte L Reynolds; 17793 Pte G Reynolds; 17895 Pte AJ Timbers; 14503 Pte R Timpson.
I haven't yet been able to confrim if the Reynolds are related, though L Reynolds regimental number is 16128 on his medal index card.