''" australlKn.s Yorkshire.., ! [per press association.] ■'• l' ' '"• >•- • 'London,' June 24. Inss the < first, innings of Yorkshire Trunible took three wickets for 31, Ferris six for 50.,.., In their Becond innings, the Australians made 141., ,In.the early part, of the innings the batsmen completely collapsed 'to the bowling of Peel and Ulyett, and the seventh, wicket. :feU with 1 .the i score'afc 20.' Turner then joined Barrett,;; and a'capital stand was made,! ilie ypair. adding 79 r.befpro t , the desired, separation came. Turner played a dashing innings for 53, and Barpetyv whp, showed grand defence, was at the'wickets for. three hours, and .carried out his .bat for 53.' L Ferris knocked up a useful 11. (Received June 26, 12.30 p.m.) '".■•• ' : London, June 251''•' Yorkshire, in the second' innings, lost two wickets for 132—Hall. ;28, Brown 19,; Lee (not out) 63,, Lord Hawke (not out) 21. The North of England Eleven will be composed of Hornby, Briggs, Barnes,, Shrewsbury, Flowers, Gunri, Attell, Sherwin, Peel, Ulyetfc, and another.
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CRICKET., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2451, 26 June 1890
CRICKET. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2451, 26 June 1890
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