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CRICKET.

AUSTRALIANS"vTaLL ENGLAND. [PKB PKESS ASSOCIATION.] [(Received August 12, noon). London, August 11. The second teat match between England and the Australians began on Konsington Oval to-day. Soaking rain fell all yesterday, and m consequence the wicket was very sloppy. Attwell and Brijcg, two of those chosen to represent the Old Country, were unable to play, and the eleventh man not having been previously chosen, the team Avas completed by the inclusion of Barnea, Sharp, and Maurice Read. Jones and Walters are the two who stand out of the Australian team. Murdoch won the toss, and elected to bat on a sticky wicket, A very poor ptand was, made against the bowling qf Maptin and Lohmann, seven wickets falling for 7U runr>. The following is the acore :— (llrst innings)— Lyons, caught M. ReM, bowled Martin, 13 ; Turner, caught Sharp, bowled Lohmann, 12 ; Murdoch, bowled Martin, 2; Burn, caught MacGregor, bowW Lohmann 7; Blackham, bowled Martin, 1; Barrett, caught Lohmann, bowled Martin, 0 ; Ferris, caught Lohmann, bowled Martin, 6 ; Trott (not out) 29. Total for 7 wickets, 70« j

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CRICKET., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2489, 12 August 1890

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CRICKET. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2489, 12 August 1890

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