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CRICKET.

ASHBURTON BOROUGH 0.0. v. AN ELEVEN OP THE UNITED 0.0.0.

A match was played yesterday on the Usgley Pqrk ground between the above Elevens, and, as will be seen by the annexed scares,, the Aehburtob men sustained a crushing defeat. Andrews, Soaking, Crocker, and Marsh were the qiily members of the visiting team who managed to make , double figures. H. R. Matthias, with 48, made the highest score for the Christchurch men, and L. Matthias and Harman also did good service. Subjoined are the scares : :1 • - ' Ashburton. Ist Innings. 2nd Innings. Crocker, run out ... 8 c Hannan, b r. ~, Cox ... 10 Robinson, b Cox ... o b 11. R. Mat- .... , thias ... 8 G. Andrews, c Malet, b H.'H. Matthias... o c Harman, b Cox ... o Johnstone, c and b Cox 7 c Cox, bH. R. ; • Matthias ... o L. ’F. Andrews.'*' c Malet, b Arundell I© c H. H. Matvl: y: ’■ thias, b Cox 6 Hosking, run out ... 13 c Malet, b Cox 15 Purchase, st Malet, b t , r .; Cox . 1 st Malet, b Cox o Amos, c Cox, b Arunrdell ... ...4 b H. R. Matthias ... 5 March, c Arundell, b > .Cox , . .ob H. H. Mat- " 1 thias, b Cox 12 C- R. Andrews, c H. ■ R. Matthias, b Cox 7 notout ... o Venables, not out ... 3 b Cox o Extras 4 Leg-bye ... r f . ' 57 57

United C.C.C.—ist Innings. ' H. H, Matthias, b Hosking ... 14. • J .! -E. Cox, sun out ... ... ... 8 H. R.'Matthias, Ibw, b Hosking 46 L. Matthias, b Hosking ... ... 2 R. Hannan, b Andrews ... ... 22 ; . Malet,, not out ... .. ... 26 ' • R, Mainwaring, b Johnstone ... 15 T. B. Arundell, b Johnstone ... 1 Watson, b Robertson ... ... o Harvey, b Robertson ... ...,, o -j- E. Donald, b Johnstone o Extras 10 ; 136 NELSON V. MARLBOROUGH. Nelson, To-day. The cricket match Marlborough v. Nelson was won easily by the latter on the first innings, in which they made 224 runs against Marlborough’s 64. The weather . wm wet, and it was blowing. VICTORIA v. NEW SOUTH WALES.

TELEGRAMS —COPYRIGHT.] i l iJ Melbourne, Deo. 23. The intercolonial cricket match between representative teams of Victoria and New South Wales commenced here to-day. The ■: weatherO rwaso very fine, and a capital wicket was pitched, the ground being in good order. The home team went in first, and were all disposed of for 148 runs. A t the close of the day’s play the Hew South Wales team had lost one wicket for 76 runs. Melbourne, Dec. 26.

The cricket* match between the Victorian and New .South Wales E’cvens was resumed to-day, when the visitors, with one wicket down for 76 runs to their | credit, continued their first innings, which ■ dosed for a total of 247. The highest seorerai(were—A. Bannerman, 78; W. L. : Murdoch, 71; and Spofforth, 31. At the ..PioliiiMfoC the day’s play the home team, in ' 4<theui second innings, had scored 60 runs fi for-the joss pf one wicket.

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CRICKET., Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 827, 27 December 1882

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CRICKET. Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 827, 27 December 1882

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