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CRICKET.

AUSTRALIANS v YORKSHIRE,

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London, Juno 23. ' , Twelve thousand people were present to-day to witness the cricket match be-, tween the Australians and Yorkshire County. ' Charlton and Burns are not playing in this match.! The'first eight wiqke.ta, of, the Australians fell for 76, when' Barrett' and Ferris got together,; and before a separation was effected had added 94 to the score, the t innings closing for 177. Barrett adopted stonewalling tactics,, and was at the wickets three and a half hours for 61 runs, while Ferris carried out his bat for a plucky innings of 48. Turner made 23, and Gregory 11. The number of extras was 16, so the remaining batsmen only put on 18 runs between them. In their first inning's Yorkshire had lost three wickets for 13 runs, but then ■ a stand fas made, and when' stumps were drawn for the day tl^e score stood at 63 without any further loss.

The Australian cricketers are negotiating to spend fifty days at the Cape after completing, their English tour. , They propose to play eight matches in all it Capetown, Natal, Kimberley, and Port Elizabeth.

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CRICKET., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2450, 25 June 1890

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CRICKET. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2450, 25 June 1890

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