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CRICKET.

AUSTRALIANS V SOUTH OF „ ENGLAND.

[PBR PRESS ASSOCIATION.]

; ; '. .■ .London, June 17. i '' 'lii !the J second innings the South of England r Eleven Tiave lost eight wickets fbr. 113 runs. Grace played a lucky ■ innings for' 35. Quaife made 15, Maurice Bead 15, and Branston 14. The fielding ' of the Australians was faulty. A good. deal of rain fell, and the wicket was very ' •- slow. \'*'j Murdoch has recovered from the .injury toTiis leg., ' ' - -"(Received June 19, noon.) • ;L '"'" ' ' L6ndon, June 18. The second Intiings. of the South of Bliigland Eleyen closed for 121. Ferris -i£ook three 1 wickets for 65, arid Turner seven for 50. r ,The wicket, which was M-chryirig, was very difficult to play oh, and the Australians, in their second innings ■' could only put.together 74, the Home team thus winning the match by 96 runs, •■'tyons .made 18, Blackham (not out) 22; <(tbut the"'oilier members of the Eleven played a very feeble game. Lohman' 26 took, four "wickets for 25, and -Martin six for 40. Murdoch has asked Spofforth to join the team for the rejnaindei of tha tour.

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CRICKET., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2445, 19 June 1890

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CRICKET. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2445, 19 June 1890

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