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CRICKET

ASHBURTON V METHViSN.

A mitch was played yesteiday at Methren between a local eleven and a team from Ashbarton, which resulted In a win for the Ashburton Jflleven. The prlnoipal feature of tho raa'oh was Denahlre'a eoore of 103 (not oat). He pUyed sterling orlcket on'y giving one chance after he had made 60 R, M. Baohanan also played a goonl gama for Aehburton patting together 45 la good style He and Denshire between them brought the score from 13 to 96 before they were separated. E and W. Chapman and Baker showed up well In the butting for Me hven, while Hands was the most suo- I oeaafal bowler. A mcst pleasant day waa spent, and It la to be hoped that it la the preoaiflor of many more. Appended are the scores : — MEXHVBN. Oompton, o Blake, b Oathbettaon ... 7 Aliogton, b Simpson 5 Baker, b Oathbertson... , 11 E P. Chapman, b Simpson 13 B >vryer, o Denshire b Simpson ... 2 W. P. Ohapman, not out ... .. 9 Rands, ran oat „, 1 Hatchins, bA. S. Baohanan ... 3 Grainger, o and bA. S. Buchanan ... 0 Barke, b A. 8. Baohanaa 1 Kemp, ran out , 1 Byea 5 Total 58 ASHBURTON. Hargreavos b Rand 6 Merewether, bComptpn 1 Slmpßon, 0 Bowyer, b Rands ... 4 Denshire, not out ... , 103 R. M. Buchanan, b Rgnds ... ... 45 A. S. Buohanau, b Alington ... 1 R. Oartie, OW. Chapman, b Oompton 6 Oatbbertson, b Oompton .„ ... 6 Mainwarlng, b Oompton 0 Drammond, b Oompton ... ... 6 Blake, OE. Ohapman, b Hutohinga 0 Byea 5 Widw „ ... 3 Total 185

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CRICKET, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1997, 15 November 1888

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CRICKET Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1997, 15 November 1888

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