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CRICKET.

AUSTRALIANS v ENGLAND.

[per pbess association.] : London, July 3. The Stoke match is against an eleven of England and not against Staffordshire as at first arranged. The Home team includes Flowers, Daft, Shacklock, Abel, and Sharpe. The Australians made 60' m their first innings. Barrett stonewalled for 14, Gregory 11, Trumble 11. The wicket was sticky, and good batting out of the question. The attendance was; only moderate. The Englishmen lost eight wickets for 55. Murdoch is taking a rest, having strained his back. The statement that Woods, Captain of the Cambridge eleven, is to assist the Australians during the remainder of the tour is denied. (Received July 5, 11.45 p.m.) :■'■■' London, July 4. The first innings of the Englishmen closed for 60 runs. The Australians m their second innings-,; have ; lost three wickets for 81 runs. .

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CRICKET., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2459, 5 July 1890

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CRICKET. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2459, 5 July 1890

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