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CRICKET.

ASHBURTON C-C. v. MOUNT SOMERS 0.0. This match was played to-day on the cricket ground, the wicket playing well considering the dryness of the weather recently experienced. The local team went first to the wicket, and held possession thereof till the adjournment for luncheon, the last wicket falling to the respectable total of 95. Curtis played in excellent form, and promised well to carry his bat right through the innings, but in an unlucky moment was run out. Fagan and Fooks also succeeded in getting into

double figures. The fielding of the visitors was very good. The following are the scores up to the time of adjournment : Ashburton CLC.—ist innings. Curtis, run out ... ... ... ... 28 Fooks, c and b Hood ... ... ••• I 2 M‘Lean, Ibw, b Hood ... ... ••• 0 Fagan, c Bain, b Hood ... ... •• 21 Denshire, stpd Macfarlane ... ... •• 3 Wix, c Bain, bMacfarlane ... ... ••• 2 Mayo, b Hood ... ... ... 1 Marsh, b Macfarlane ... .. ••• 3 Marlin b Hood ... ... ... ••• 0 Barker, not out ... ... ... ••• 2 Jephson, c Bain, b Hood ... ... ••• o Extras ... ... ... 13 Total ... ... ... ... 95

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CRICKET., Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 303, 26 March 1881

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CRICKET. Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 303, 26 March 1881

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