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CRICKET

ASHLEY OOUJSTY F ASHBURTON.

A matoh Is being played on the Domain ground to-day between a local team and one representing Ashley County and now on a southern tour. The wicket wai hard and rather bumpy. The Ashbnrton men went first to the wloketa bat mtde no itand, only succeeding In patting together tht iaslgolnoant total of 17 A want of practice among the local men was very apparent, and they fell easy victims to the bowling of Feary and Haikell. Theie two bowlers bad by noon sent all the Ashbor* tonltes to the right about. Ashley went to the wickets, and at the spell for lunoheon had put together 24 for the loss of two wickets. Following are the loorea up to thret o'clock :— ABHBUBTOIC- Ist Innings, G, Andrews, b Feary... ... »•« 1 A, I, Reid, b Feary ... ... ... 0 M. Buchanan, o and b Haskell ... 0 Hargreaves, b Feary ... ... ... 0 Denshire, o and b Haskell 6 A Fooks, b Haskell ... S Hugonin, b Haskell ... ... ... 1 Lyttelton, b Feary ... ... ... - 0 Studholme, o Good b Haskell ... 1 Jameson, a Mason, b Haekell ... 0 Sawle, not out... ... ... ... 3 Excrai ... ... 4 Total ... If AsHusr— lst Innings. 0. Mason, b Fooks ... ... ... S3 E. Wilder, o Denshire, b Jameson ... 7 A. T. Chapman, b Jimeson , 8 R. Werner, b Jameson ... ... 4 O. H Haskell, 1b w ... 4 E. Millon, b Fooks ... ... ... 15 B. Blanden, o and b Reid ... ... 1 E. R. wood, not oat ... ... ... 4 Extras ... ...r 6 Total for 7 wickets ... ... 72

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CRICKET, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2091, 19 March 1889

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CRICKET Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2091, 19 March 1889

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