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CRICKET.

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Londos, July 12 to 15. The match Gloucestershire v Australians resulted m a draw owing to inclement weather. The County made 94 m the first innings, and lost six wickets m the second for 140. The Australians m the first innings made 408 —Trott 102, Jones 98, and JBlackham 68. The cricket match, Players of England v Australians, began at Sheffield to-day. The weather was fine and the wicket perfect. Burn and Walters did not play ! n this match. The Players went first to ' the wickets, and made 221. Ulyett 6, Gunn 43, Quaiff 0, Shrewsbury 65, j Charlton 41, Peel 0, Wainwright 3, Lohman 11, Attewell 4, Read 20, Hunter not out, 2 ; extras 26. Ferris took two j wickets for 44, Trott two for 28, Lyons five for 42. The Australians were all disposed of m the first innings for 91, Lyons 11, Turner 1, Murdoch 1, Barrett 5, Trott 16, Gregory 11, Charlton 14, Blackham 1, Jones 16, Ferris (not out) 0, extras 15. Turner, Jones, and Blackham were injured. London, July 14. The cricket; match between Eton and Harrow was drawn owing to rain. The following have been selected to represent All England m the match with the Australians, commencing on the 21st: —W. G. Grace, W. W. Read, McGregor, Shrewsbury, Gunn, Attewell, Peel, Ulyett, Briggs, Lohmann, and Maurice Bead.

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CRICKET., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2470, 21 July 1890

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CRICKET. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2470, 21 July 1890

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