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AUSTRALIANS V. PLAYERS.

■'" [Pftß PBE3S ASSOCIATION.']

Londonv J.une 21,

In their, firsfc innings the Players made 526. . The, other scores are*—Briggs 1, Atwell (nob out)2o, Sberwin 9.^ Turner took two wickets for 116, Ferris'three for 134,* Lyons twofoi 1120, Trumljle one 'for 99. Guhn, who was at the wickets for nine and a haif hours,' gave a wonderful ' and faultiess display of batting. His score of 228 including seventeen boundary hits. On returning to, the pavillion he ■ received a tremendous ovation. , ' . > ■ y '■ THeA fus£raliaris,in the" first' innings j were all disposed of for 156, the sceres bein^—^-Blackham 4, Lyons 50, Murdoch 23, Trott 0, Jones 1, Barritt 29, Walters 6, Gregory 7, Turner 1, Trumbleß, Ferris, not out, 27. Lyons was at the wickets for fifty minutes, and hit brilliantly all round. In their second essay the Australians fared even worse, all being' disposed of for 107, leaving the Players victorious by an innings and 263 runs. The scores in the second innings were— Lyons 24, Blackham 4, Murdoch 7, Trott 6, Barritt 0, Walters 0, Jones 34, Gregory 13, Turner'-9, Ferris 4,> Trumble (not out) 4. ■ '- J'H f:'\: ' SV S Y IJ'H-..; ": In the first? innings Lbhinanh <>obk, five wickets for 61, and^Piel three wickets for .18. In the second innings Lohmann took four for 43, Briggs five for 51. • ,; The wjicketvwjksirp^rfect throughout the match, which was witnessed by some' 10,000 people.

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AUSTRALIANS V. PLAYERS., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2448, 23 June 1890

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AUSTRALIANS V. PLAYERS. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2448, 23 June 1890

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