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CRICKET.

AUSTRALIANS v CAMBRIDGE.

[PER PRESS ASSOCIATION.]

London, June 7. In the match against Cambridge , XJniJ yersity the Australians in their -first innings made 351, the principal scorers being Ferris 23, Trumble 19, Charlton (not out) 36, Gregory 40, .Barrett 66. The last two showed excellent cricket. In their second innings the Cambridge team batted '.brilliantly, and were not disposed of until the score had reached 357. Jephson 37, Douglas 57, McGregor 31, Woods 13/ Gosling 37, Hill (not out) 22. Turner took two wickets for 96 runs, Trott three for 89, Ferris one for 58, Lyons two for 58, Trumble. one for" 37. The Australians' require to make 195 runs to win the match. - •

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CRICKET., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2436, 9 June 1890

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CRICKET. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2436, 9 June 1890

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