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THE AUSTRALIANS AT AUCKLAND.

[By Telegraph.] Auckland, To-day. The Australians were well received. The match commenced at noon. Mumford was chosen captain of the Auckland team. The Australians won the toss, and sent Spofforth and Alexander in. Lynch bowled the first over, and Alexander put his first ball to leg for two, which was badly fielded ; but at the third ball Lynch clean bowled Alexander, i—2 —2. Murdoch followed, and Larkham took the bowling at the other end. Spofforth cut Larkham for one. The fielding being weak, singles came pretty freely, until Larkham clean bowled Murdoch. 15 —2 10. Spofforth then got a clean hit to leg for three off Lynch, and followed it with a drive off Larkham for two, bringing on the board 2220 —2 —lO.

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THE AUSTRALIANS AT AUCKLAND., Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 275, 22 February 1881

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THE AUSTRALIANS AT AUCKLAND. Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 275, 22 February 1881

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