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ENGLAND v. AUSTRALIA.

[PKtt PRESS ASSOCIATION. J London, August 11. The total of the "Australians' first innings was 92. Martin took six wickets for 50, L;'hmann three for 34, and Sharpe ono for 8, The English Eleven on going to the wickets were all disposed of for 100, W. G. Grace being dismissed without scoring. In their second innings the Australians lost two wickets for 5. The Avicket was slow. The attendance numbered 10,000. London, August 12. The Australians made 102 in their second innings. All England won the match by two wickets. W. G. Grace scored 16 in the second innings.

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ENGLAND v. AUSTRALIA., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2490, 13 August 1890

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ENGLAND v. AUSTRALIA. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2490, 13 August 1890

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