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[bt telegraph.] Wellington, To-day. The cricket match Auckland v. Wellington;, commenced at 12.15 to-day. The weather was fine, with a light southerly breeze. A good wicket had been proparet]., Wellington won the toss, and elected to, go in, Brown and Alpo were the first men. With the score at 13 Brown.pkied one of Gill’s, which was taken by Dufaur, the wicket-keeper, X—--7-r13.. Heenan followed, and after scoring "g, ,was caught by Gill off his own bowling,, 2—2— 20. Frith (captain) was the nfext man, but after a dozen had been added, Alpe played one of Lankham’s back to him and had to retire, 3—20—32. Lypch followed, the score standing at three wickets for 39. With 40 up Lankham - changed to the north end and relieved Gill, Buokland taking the south end. The change was successful, for in Lankham’s second over Lynch in playing back hit his wicket, 4—11—55. The players then adjourned for lunch.

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THE AUCKLANDERS AT WELLINGTON., Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 813, 8 December 1882

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THE AUCKLANDERS AT WELLINGTON. Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 813, 8 December 1882

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