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CRICKET.

[IM3R I'IiKSS ASSOCIATION,)

London, August 16. In the University match the Australians made 131 m the first innings, Charlton being not out with 24. Having to follow on, they made a splendid stand, and with one wi^et down the score stood at 118. At the end of £he day's play Barrett and Murdoch Were'b'otji: not out'with @1 and 50 respectively. • - ■ > The weather was showery, and although the i^ioVet was fyad at the start, it improved clurin'g '£he 'day. " ' ' ■ ' : ' ' " "'' ''"L'oifiiqN., Augusp 17. In the match agfjlt^t fch«< Universities, Murdoch declared the second innings of the Australians closed when the score stood at 300 for the loss of only five wickets. The Universities eleven requiring 119 runs to win, commenced their second innings by stonewalling, and after . two hours' play had lost two wickets for j ]]%, Llewellyn and Hawk being not out with # anc| U. '' In the secona innings of the Australians the principal scorers were' Barrett 96, Murdoth 69, Charlton (not out) 34, Trott % - _____ I

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CRICKET., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2494, 18 August 1890

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CRICKET. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2494, 18 August 1890

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