(PBR PKES3 ASSOCIATION.) Wellington, August 20 The Maoris beat Wellington by 4 trie* to 1, la the first half the looal men played a very spiritless game, muoh under theli usual form. The collating was particularly bad, and the result "waa that Wynyard, Elliot, Watbrlok, and Madlgtn ran through them In turn and scored A tiiea. One try waß tight behind the posts, but no goal waß kloked. Nicholas, the Wellington oaptaln, oaughi; the Natlres napping ]uak towards the end of the spell, and boqnojng the ball In front of touoh ran behind. In the eooond half, having tba ; wind aomewhal; la Ihoic favor, the Wellington men pleyad a much better game, and pressed the vlaliora hard. Nlo holla nearly kioked a goal from a free kick, bat there was no orora on ollber side, and thej game oomequently ended In favor of the Maori team by 4 points to l: The NtUvof leiya (oi T«tn»kt tod AqgkUa4 io-Dlg^
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INTERPROVINCIAL NEWS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2205, 21 August 1889
INTERPROVINCIAL NEWS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2205, 21 August 1889
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