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CRICKET.

Rakaia Gorge v. Mount Somers

This match was played at Mount Somers on Friday last, and resulted in favor of the latter by 75 runs. The Rakaia Gorge team lost the services of two of their best men, which no doubt made a difference in the result. Messrs. Peacock (Rockwood), and Phillips (The Point), batted for the absentees, while their places in the field were supplied from the opposite team. Bain, in the second innings of Mount Somers, made two very good catches. A most enjoyable day was spent a brilliant sun, accompanied by a gentle breeze, making the weather for cricket such as couldn’t possibly be beaten. We must not omit to notice the bowling of Mr. Bealey, and the batting of Messrs. Clissold, Knight, Bealey, A. Potto, Peter, and Gifkins for their respective sides. The following are the details : Rakaia Gorge. Ist Innings. 2nd Innings. F. Bealey, b Chapman ig c Peter, b Chap man ... o E. M. Clissold, b Chapman ... ... 25 c Hood, b Chapman ... 5 T. Phillips, 1) Chapman' ... ... o tun out ... 9 F. Russell, c Lovell, h Chapman ... 3 b Burden ... 5 T. B. Knight, c Hood, b 'Chapman ... 2 not out ... 29 G. R. Peacock, b Burden ... ... o c A. Potts, b Burden ... 4 T. E. Upton, run out o b Chapman ... 2 J. Dunford, b Burden 4 c D. Potts, b Chapman ... 1 G. Smith, run out ... 3 b Hood ... I The Point, b Chapman ... ... 1 b Chapman ... 6 Rockwood, not out ... o b Hood ... 2 Extras 14 Extras ... 15 Total ... 71 Total ... 79 Grand total—lso. Mount Somers. Ist Innings. 2nd Innings. W. T. Lovell, hit w, b Bealey ... ... 2 c Sub, b Bealey ... ... 8 T. H. Tomlinson, b Bealey ... ... 6 b Bealey ... o A. Potts, b Bealey ... 3 c Sub, b Bealey ... ... 21 W. Chapman, run out ... ... o b Bealey ... o L, E. Corsbie, b Clissokl ... ... 12 c Russell, b Phillips ... 4 W. Burden, run out ... 3 b Bealey ... o E. Peter, b Peacock ... 2 runout ... 28 W. Gifkins, b Clissold ... ... 2 notout .. 43 D. Potts, b Clissold 3 b Peacock ... 2 W. Hood, 1b w, b Clissold ... ... 2 b Phillips ... 17 A. E. Peache, not out 3 c Phillips, b Peacock ... Extras ... 25 Extras ... 32 Total 63 Total ...162 Grand total 225, leaving a majority of 75 in favor of Mount Somers.

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CRICKET., Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 274, 21 February 1881

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CRICKET. Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 274, 21 February 1881

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