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London^ June 25. Yorkshire defeated the Australians by eight wickets. Both Lee - and Hawke t carried out their bats, the former for 76 and the latter for 31. Trumble secured i the two wickets at a cost''of \6O runs. ■■ The weather to-day was showery. : Mr S. M« J. Woods, of the Cambridge :! TJniVerSity Eleven, will probably join the ', Australian team, after the Oxford, and '', Cambridge;. University match has been .\"played.,' ;i , '„ > . , ■ „' 1,',,! ,>, (Received-June 27,12.15 p.m.) ,[»,,., In. the , match with the North of r ,iEngland the Australians went first to the .wickets and lost four wickets for 101. The .'turf was in soft condition. Lyonn :;cored <* "31,, Turnißr 42,; Murdoch, not lout, 19, ■'' j Blackham, not out. Spofforth iwill play in iwversil of the remaining matches.

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AUSTRALIANS v YORKSHIRE., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2452, 27 June 1890

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AUSTRALIANS v YORKSHIRE. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2452, 27 June 1890

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