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Sculling Match.

AN UNPOPULAR VICTORY.

[pee rsE^s assqciatiok.]

Sydney, April 23,

A sculling race between G. Bubear, ex-champion of England, and R. Brown of the Clarence River for £100 a-side, took place on the Paramatta. River this afternoon. Wearing Gladesville Brown got into Bubear's water. The latter put on a tlesper.ile spurt and steered down on Brown, who eiideavorod to get away. Bubear was completely cornered,' and fouled .Brown, who passed the post six lengths ahead. Time, 22niin lijsec. The race -was awarded to Bubear on the foul, but | the crowd hooted him. for his tactics

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Sculling Match., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2409, 24 April 1890

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Sculling Match. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2409, 24 April 1890

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