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FOOTBALL

NATIVES v AUCKLAND.

(.PES FRBBS ASSOCIATION.']

Auckland, August 24.

The football match between the Native team and the Aucklacd representative players took place to-day at Epsom. Thero was a very large attendance of the publio. The gam a waß a f aßt one, but m the Becond epel e?peo'at]y. Noar the close tb.3 Natives were overmatohed, and their opponents floored rapidly, the whole iof their points being gained attar half time. The match resulted iv a victory for Auckland by 7 points to 2 For the local team tries wore gained by Leoky and Harrold, aud one of these resulted m a goal ; while Masefio'd potted a goal. The Natives' Boore was 2 tr.es, secured by Goldsmith and Elliott.

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FOOTBALL, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2209, 26 August 1889

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FOOTBALL Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2209, 26 August 1889

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