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London, June 23,

This match was resumed at the Oval today, in the presence of an enormous concourse of people. The weather was fine, but the wicket was somewhat heavy, owing to the rain which fell yesterday and during the night. The Australians, with four wickets down and 192 runs to their credit, continued their first innings, which at length closed for a total of 334. The following is the full score : Massie, c ... ... ... 32 Bannerman, c ... ... 50 Murdoch, c ... ... 57 McDonnell, c ... ... 19 Giffen, Ibw 43 Bonnor, c ... ... ... 74 Blackham, o ... ... 6 Jones, Ibw ... ... ... 4 Palmer, b ... ... ... 8 Garrett, c ... ... ... 26 Spofforth, not out 10 Extras.... ... ... 5 Total 334 Bonnor was top score with 74, batting splendidly, and never giving a chance. His play, and that of the Australians generally, was much admired. Mr W. G. Grace bowled well for the gentlemen, and succeeded in taking four wickets for 45 runs. The Gentlemen went in for their first innings, and were all disposed of for 182. The following is the full score;— A. P. Lucas, b ... ... 16 W. G. Grace, b 61 W. H. Patterson, c... ... 20 W. W. Reid, b 17 C. F. Studd, b ... ... 0 A. N. Hornby, c ... ... 20 A. G. Steel, Ibw ... ... 12 G. B. Studd, b 9 0. F. H. Leslie, not out ... 13 G. F. S. Tylecote, b ... 0 R. 0. Ramsay, c 0 Extras 14 Total ... ... ... 182 The bowling of the Australians was dead on the wicket, and the Englishmen could not take liberties with it. The fielding of the Australians also was excellent. GifFen took six wickets for 49 runs, and Spofforth two wickets for 61 London. June 24.

Play in the above match was resumed to-day. The weather was fine, and there was an immense number of spectators present. The Gentlemen being 152 runs behind their opponents, had to follow on with their second innings, which eventually closed for a total of 151, the Australians thus winning the match by one innings, with one run to spare. The following is the full score of the Gentlemen’s second innings: Lucas, c ... ... ... 2 Grace, b ... ... ... 22 Paterson, b ... ... ... 15 Read, c ... ... ... 19 0. T. Studd, c and b ... 1L Leslie, b ... ... ... 10 Hornby, b 17 Steel, not out ... ... 32 G. B. Studd, c ... ... 6 Tylecote, cand b 1 Ramsay, c ... ... ... 0 Extras ... ... ... 6 Total ... ... • ... 151 The fielding of the Australians was excellent, and their bowling was again dead on the wicket. Giffen took three wickets for 00, Garret two wickets for 28, and Palmer four wickets for 22 runs.

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CRICKET., Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 672, 26 June 1882

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CRICKET. Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 672, 26 June 1882

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