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CRICKET.

AUSTRALIANS v LANCASHIRE.

[per press association.]

London, May 29. * Ten thousand persons were present at the match between the Australians and Lahcashires. The scoring was very rapid pwirig to a fast wicket. In their first innings the Australians scored 316. Trott played splendidly for 61, Turner 48, Lyons 34, Burns 35, Ferris 34, Trumble 31, and Gregory not out 59. The tail end of the team, batted brilliantly. The Lancashires have lost 2' wickets for 52 runs. Blackam is suffering from his chest having been struck by a ball in the match against Lord Sheffield's eleven. The injury, however, is not of a serious nature. /(Received May 31, 12.15 p.m.) „ London, May 30. The match Australians v. Lancashire was resumed to-day. Rain fell during the night and made the wicket very difficult to play. Lancashire were all out in. the-first innings for 78, Hornby 2*l, Lumb 28. Turner as usual on a bad wicket was quite unplayable, and obtained 6 wickets for 23, Ferris 2 for 33. The County did no better in their second innings, which closed for 83. Hornby again did well making 30. Briggs was chief scorer with 30. Turner secured 5 wickets for 40, Ferris one for 28, and Trumble 4 for 13. The Australians won by an innings ami 155 runs.

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CRICKET., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2438, 31 May 1890

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CRICKET. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2438, 31 May 1890

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