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CRICKET.

AUSTRALIANS v NORTH OF ENGLAND. [l'sß PBESS ASSOCIATION,]

} „ * iLpiipqlr, Jtine 27. '■ In' their first innings the Australian's scored 216 runs ; Murdoch 74, Blackham 47; A capital start was made, Lybns and Turner forcing the game, while the partnership between Murdoch and Blackham added 106, the fifth wicket falling with the score' at 2QI. The tail collapsed before Peel and Attewell, and.,the remainder qfth.e'hatamen/only increased the score, by \5, Peel took four wickets for 46, .AtfeWeU two. for SQ, Briggs two for 45. The. North of England are §4 without the loss of a wicket; Hall (not out) 23, Shrewsbury; (not out) 27. The wicket was , eaay. ; Eight thousand-, people were present.

■-(Received Jun<* 28,' 12,30 ij.mj) ■ In conseqiiencejof the heavy rain to-day, play.was postponed in the match between tlifr^usfcralians aftd North of England, A, id the retbrn ihatch with the Players of England, the professionals will be represented byChatberton, Attewell, Gunn, [Shrewsbury, Lohmann, Maurice Bcadj Quftife;' 'Hunter, Peel, an 4 Waihwright. '

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CRICKET., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2453, 28 June 1890

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CRICKET. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2453, 28 June 1890

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