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CRICKET.

MUFF MATCH-ASHBURTON V. RAKAIA. A match between representative muff elevens of the above places was played to-day on the cricket reserve. The weather was all that could be desired, the ground, however, being adverse to muff rules, as regards the it proving very bumpy. The Ashburtonites were the first to handle the willow, and made 58 runs before the last wicket fell. The Rakaia men made 111 in their first innings. The following are the scores up to the time of going to press : Ashburton —Ist innings. J. Fowler, run out ... ... ... 2 G. Eagle, b Littleton ... ... ... 2 Price, b Littleton ... ... ... 2 B. Ede, b Littleton 0 Reeves, b Hill ... ••• 7 M. Scott, not out ... ... ... 19 Ireland, b Hill ... ••• 4 Marsh, b Littleton ... ... ••• 4 Mainwaring, run out ... ... ... 4 Jacobson, run out 2 H. Fowler, b Hill ... 0 Extras... ... 13 Total ... ... ... 58 Rakaia.—lst Innings. H.issey, b Eagle 22 A. B. Dickens, b Eagle 8 Littleton, b Eagle 22 Oxley, b Ede 23 Weelan, c Scott, b Ede 13 Mackay, b Simpson ... 2 Hill, run out 1 Simpson, not out 9 Primmer, b Simpson ... ... ... 1 Main, b Simpson 1 Price, run out 3 Extras 5 Total 11l

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CRICKET., Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 324, 21 April 1881

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CRICKET. Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 324, 21 April 1881

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