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I I I •pi. au a J***P^**ffu{tßla The match Auokland v Hawke's Bay l^L^ 7a L io ' a^u 0n the -Reoreatioi S? _*' r etthep WM munificent and tbe attendanoe very larce; Thu game, whloh resulted In a „ln for Aookpotted goal) to tbree points (three trlesC was » very hard fought one indeed, and consequently very enjoy. ble to Ihe .p.." tators. Tbe feature of the play waa Auo£ landa passing, whloh was brllUmt and really won the game for them. a *v v . NBlst w« August" 31 the Provinces of Nehon and Marlborough was played to ; day at Trafalgar Park, la *7u c p ' e » eD0 ° °* • l*W number of people, £he Neuron team surprised Marlborough Jn the first five minutes, and got a goal, Loe play for the first spell was vary even* At the beginning of tho second spell. Marlborough gat a try, but failed to oonvert It, The la* ter team played _n excellent game, but could not Inorease their score, and the matoh was won by Nelion. by three points to one, Dunedin, August Si. Christ's College played ths Otaa-o Hirfi School to-day. Ihe weather was fine and the attendance large. For the first quarter of an hour tbe visitors moro than held their own, but after that, the c.mbinel I play of the school and the fine running of their backs wsb far too good for tha visitors, who were defeated by 18 point! h« n £- h V n S\ I - Q - thß «cond spell two 3 the Hg h Bohool ooya were hurt, and ona had to retire altogether, but even then visftorr re mor ° thaU a match iott^" As soon aB the above game was finished !1 an , nnal n-atoh, Southland v Otago, waa Played Southland played a splendid came, forcing the local men down soveral S* t w fu f . OTWa ™ 8 * tkou,h lighter, quite held th.w* own, and though Otagowon by lo points to l point, the game waa hot so oue-eidod a. uiiaai he Huonoiadb fro W the aou«| * ** "^

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FOOTBALL Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2215, 2 September 1889

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