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. AUSTRALIANS v DERBYSHIRE. [TEE, PIIESS ASSOCIATION.] London, July 1. The weather having cleared up at. lunch time the players were enabled to make a start m the match Australians v Derbyshire. The former went m first and scored 108. Murdoch played a steady innings of 29, Trolt 15, Gregory (not out) 22, Trumble 22. Blackham is taking a rest on this occasion. The weather still remained somewhat showery, and the wicket was very soft. Spofforfch plays for the Gentlemen of England against the Players. The University cricket match commenced to-day. The wet weather had spoilt the wicket, and the scoring was poor, Oxford were all disposed of for the small score of 42, and Cambridge lost three wickets for 40. (Received July 3, 12.45 p.m.) London, July 2. The first innings of Derbyshire closed for 54. The Australians, m the second innings had lost six wickets for 30, when the rain put a stop to the play,. ,

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CRICKET., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2457, 3 July 1890

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CRICKET. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2457, 3 July 1890

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