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CRICKET.

+ — AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN V. CANTERBURY FIFTEEN. Fro:vi the summary of this match given below, it. will be seen that the visitors were victorious by an innings and 100 runs. Although the defeat of Canterbury was generally expected amongst sober thinking cricketers.a closer contested match was looked for. Probably the friends of the provincial players will put themselves about to apologetically account for the great disparity between the scores of the two teams, and cricketers in other parts of the colony—ever jealous of the city of the plains—will not conceal their enjoyment of Canterbury’s discomfiture. However, we hope the effect will be the development of better cricket, and patient preparation for a day of cordial revenge. The following is the complete score of the match Fifteen of Canterbury. Ist Innings. C. 0. Corfe, b Palmer ... ... 9 G. Watson, run out ... ... 2 W. E. Leach, c Murdoch, b Spofforth ... ... ... ... 18 D. Ashby, c Murdoch, b Spofforth ... ... ... ... 2 J. Hartland, b Palmer ... ... 0 H. H. Secretan, not out... ... 30 A. M. Ollivier, b Spo.forth ... 2 W. Frith, c Tobin, b .Spofforth... 16 E. Fowler, b Spoflbrth ... ... 8 ; W. P. Reeves, b Palmer ... 0 E. J. Cotterill, b Palmer ... 0 A. Rcdmayne, c Boyle, b Spofforth ... ... ... ... 1 C. Frith, b Palmer ... ... 0 W. Beard, b Palmer 0 E. T. A. Fuller, run out ... 0 Leg byes 2 Total 90 Bowling Analysis. Spofforth, 133 balls, 11 maidens, 48 runs, 6 wickets; Palmer, 132 balls, 14 maidens, 40 runs, 6 wickets. Australian Eleven. Ist Innings. Groube, cW. Frith, b 0. Frith 42 Spofforth, b Fuller ... ... 3 M'Eonnell, c Fowler, bW. Frith 7 Murdoch, c and b Secretan ... 11l Slight, not out ... .... .... 45 A. Jarvis, c Secretan, bW. Frith 0 Boyle, c Fuller, b Ashby ... 32 > G. Palmer, b Secretan ... ... 3 Blackham, c Cotterill, bC. Frith 38 Alexander, c Cotterill, b Ashby 0 Tobin, c and b W. Frith 31 Byes ... ... ... ... 0 Leg-byes ... 4 Wide 1 Total ... 323 Bowling Analysis. —C. Frith, 100 balls, 11 maidens, 47 runs, 2 wickets ; Fuller, 152 balls, 15 maidens, 52 runs, 1 wicket; W. Frith, 211 balls, 24 maidens, 57 runs, 3 wickets ; Beard, 60 balls, 3 maidens, 38 runs; Ashby, 156 balls, 0 maidens, 83 runs, 2 wickets, 1 wide ; Secretan, 68 balls, 5 maidens, 35 runs, 2 wickets. Fifteen of Canterbury. 2nd Innings. A. M. Ollivier, b Spofforth ... 5 G. Watson, b Spofforth ... ... 10 W. E. Leach, b Spofforth ... 6 H, H. Secretan, c Boyle, b Spofforth ... ... ... ... 0 J. Hartland, c Jarvis, b Spofforth 26 C. C. Corfe, st Blackham, b Palmer ... ... ... 4 W. P. Reeves, b Palmer ... 4 D. Ashby, c and b Palmer ... 3 W. Frith, b Palmer 0 E. Fowler, c Spofforth, b Palmer 24 Cotterill, c Slight, b Spofforth ... 5 Redmayne, not out . ... ... 9 C. Frith, b Palmer ... ... 6 Beard, st Blackham, b Palmer ... 3 Fuller, b Palwei;‘2 Byes ... Log byes ~, iff Total... ... ... ... 133. Bowling Analysis. Spofforth, 152 balls, 18 maidens, 55 runs, 6 wickets; Palmer, 150 balls, 13 maidens, 50 runs, § ivipjcets. Supplementary The following was the Australia# 1 score in the supplementary game : ~”P. S. M'Donnell, b Secretan ... 10 A. Jarvis, c Redmayne, b C. Frith... 23 H. F. Boyle, c 'Cotterill, b C. Frith", ■ ft sr W. Tobin, not out 4 G. Palmer, not out ... ... 0 Byes ... ••• 2 Total for 3 wickets ... 1 ... 65

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CRICKET., Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 258, 2 February 1881

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CRICKET. Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 258, 2 February 1881

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