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(Received July 23, 7.30 p.m.) London, July 22. Again there were 18,000 people at Lords to witness the cricket match, Australians v. England. The weather was tine, and the wicket improved. In the Englishmen's first innings, Ulyetfc was batting two and a-half hours, and never gave a chance. The fielding of the visitors was excellent. In England's first innings, Turner took 1 wicket for 53 runs, Ferris two for 55, Trott two for 16, Trimble one for 17, ami Lyons live for 31. In the Australians' second innings, they have lost 9 wickets for 168 runs. Lyons, bowled Barnes, 33 ; Turner, l.b.w. bowled Peel, 2 ; Murdoch, bowled Lohmann, 19 ; Gregory, caught Lohman, bowled Barnes, 9; Charlton, 1.b.w., bowled Grace, 2 ; Blackham, caught Barnes, bowled Grace, 10 ; Trott, 0 ; Ferris, 1.b.w., bowled Lohmann, 8 ; Trimble, caught Barnes, bowled Lohmann, 5 ; Barrett, not out, 63 ; Burn, not out, 15 ; extras, 2 ; total for 9 wickets, 168. Barrett was at the wickets four hours, and made his runs by perfect cricket. Burn played n plucky innings. Lyons knocked up his score m 23 minutes. The fielding of the Englishmen was very fine. (Received July 24, 12.30 p.m.) London, July 23. Burns caught, McGregor, b Attcwell, 19; Barrett", not out, 67 ; extras 2. Total 176. Attewell took one wicket for 54, Peel three for 59, Ulyett none for eleven, Lohmann 3 for 28, Grace 2 for 12, Barnes one for 10. In the second innings of the Englishmen Shrewsbury made 13, Grace (not out) 40, Guun (not out) 13. Latest. England won tha match against the Australians by seven wickets

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CRICKET., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2473, 24 July 1890

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CRICKET. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2473, 24 July 1890

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