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The Australian Team m England.

The Match Against Notts.

United Press Association —By Electric Telegraph —Copyright Received April 10, 9.19 a.m. ; London, May 9 An official correction states that Cotter's score should read 41. It included three i sixes. Extras were four, not six. Gunn's analysis was five wickets for 124. When play was resumed to-day, the weather was brilliant and the wicket cxi cellent. The attendance was two thousand. Jones and Gr. Gunn continued their over night inning 3, Cotter and Noble bowling. Jones, who wns showing steady judicious play, passed the halt' century. Gunn by nice on driving got among the thirtios. He gave a chance of stumping when he had made ten. With his score at 41, he fell a victim to a catch by Trumper low down at deep square leg off Armstrong. Ho played an excellent innings. Two wickets for 115. Jones had a life at 62. He skied one from Howell, but the sun obstructing the view of the ball it fell between Cotter and MoLeod. The partnership j lasted 105 minute 3. John Gunn was next man. He soon lost Jones, who with his score at 72, repeated George Gunn's mistake m playing one from Armstrong into Trumper's hand at deep square leg 1. His inning 3 was marked by skilful and Relf restrained play both m cutting and driving. His score included a sixer arid six fourers. He was 145 miuutes at the wickets. Three wickets for 133." J. Gunn 9 was missed before scoring at deep square log by Howell off Armstrong. Without addition to the score, while playing forward he was caught by Darling at deep square leg off Armstrong. Four for 133. Armstrong had relieved Noble. At 103 three wickets had fallen. One chance had been missed m nine overs. Simpson joined Dixon. The partnership was of short duration. Dixon with six to his credit playing back was bowled by McLeod. Five wickets for 144. At the luncheon adjournment the score stood at five wiokets for 147, Simpson being 7 and Hardstaff 1. Armstrong and McLeod were bowling splendidly. On resuming, the weather was brilliant, and the attendance six thousand. The second over proved fatal to Simpson who was bowled by Cotter. S^x wickets for 147. Day only contributed a single, when Cotter got one amongst his sticks. Seven wickets for 155. Oates joined Hardstaff and after making seven skied one from Armstrong, Cotter at mid-on taking the catch. Eight wickets foe 166. Hallam succeeded, and an unexpected stand eventuated. Hardstaff, by steady and skilful cricket put together 38 before he was disposed of by a catch by Cotter at mid off, off MoLeod. His innings occupied 95 minutes. He was missed at the wickets when he had made 22. The ninth wicket was responsible for astand of fifty minutes. The bowling was twice changed. Wass was unable to play owing to an injured hand. The innings which lasted 260 minutes, closed for 219. Eeceived May 10,10.12 a.m. London, May 9 The Australians have lost one wicket for 24. Duff (oui) 10. Keceived May 10, 1.50 p.m. London, May 9 At the drawing of the stumps the Australians had lost two wicket 3 for 133, Gunn and Hallam were bowlrnsr. A substitute fielded for Wa*.s. Duff played Gann on. One wicket for 26. Tramper was caught by Oates at the wickets, after a brilliant and faultles3 innings. He compiled his score m 65 included 10 fours. Two wickets for 97. Hill and Noble became partners. Hill reached 40 by hard driving and cutting. He was nearly run out at 29. Following fire the scores:~ Nottingham. First Innings. Iremongor, c Trumper ... ... 5 Geo. Gunn, c Trumper, b Armstrong ... 41 Jones,o Tramper, b Armstrong ... 72 John Gunn, c Darling, b Armstrong ... 9 Dixon, b McLeod ... ... ... 6 Simpson, b C-tter ... ... ..7 Hardstaff, c Cotter, b McLeod ... 3S Day, b Cotter ... — ... 1 Oates, c Cotter, b Armstrong ... 7 Hallam (not out) ... ... * ... 22 Wass, absent ... ... ... 0 Extras ... ... ..11 Total ... 219 Bowling analysis—Cotter, three wickets for 37; Armstrong, four for 65; Howell, nil for 38; Noble, nil for 26; McLeod, two for 19; Hopkins, nil for 23. Australians. Firsb Innings 288 Second Innings. Duff, b Gunn 10 Trumper, c Oates, b G. Gunn ... 61 Hill (not out) ... 40 Noble (not out) .. 19 Extras „ .... ... 3 Total for two wickets ... —133

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Cricket., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6566, 10 May 1905

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Cricket. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6566, 10 May 1905

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