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(Received June 20,.12.10p.HL). %,'/ London, June W.- ---> The cricket match,. Players,* Australians, began at Lord's to:day, thi& weaiber being line and the .wicket in fai^condi-. tion. Burn and Charletoh are uot"pl»yinsf. The Players went in first, and have lost three wickets for 158 runs, the prin-J cipal being Ulyett, 40^ Gunn (not oub) 45, and Maurice Read' 33. "Chatterton was stumped .by Blackham^and Shrewsbury being ill, his place in the team was taken by Carney. v' "'- -; The Englisn press, referring to recent matches with the Australians, consider that the team is collapsing. '

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CRICKET., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2446, 20 June 1890

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CRICKET. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2446, 20 June 1890

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