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CRICKET.

AUSTRALIANS v SURREY

[per press association.]

London, May 22.

Wi W. Read played a brilliant innings of 87 for Surrey. Turner only took two wickets at a cost of 49 runSi Ferris 4 for a similar number, and Lyons three for 34. The fielding of the Australians was splendid, that of Trott at point. He was repeatedly cheered by the spectators for his dashing work in that position. When play ceased for the day, the Australians had lost four wickets for 106 runs. Barrett 37, Murdoch 40, Trott (not out) 23. .

May 23. . In. the match against Surrey the Australians, at the fall of the fifth wicket, had made 180 runs.

lln the first innings against Surrey the Australians are all out for 270.

-,W. G. Grace, in a magazine article, asserts that England could place several elevens in the field which would defeat Australia, and claims tho pride of place in batting for the Mother country. In bowling and fielding he considers they are equal.

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CRICKET., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2438, 24 May 1890

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CRICKET. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2438, 24 May 1890

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