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The Australian Team in England.

The Matcfc Against Notts.


United Pcesa Association-By Electric Telegraph —Copyright . Received May 11, 9.2 a.m. m , „ London, May 10 The weather war, glorious and the Iwicket ™\', I h®^ Dd a^ce was small. Hilland Noble had to face Hallam and John Gunn when they resumed this morning, Waas still being disabled. Hallam secured first blood; Hill then added four to the overnight score, and then, m the third over, was caught by Jone,s low down at second slip Three wickets for 137, Noble's score was still 19. Armstrong came to the assistance of Noble who was very csrefu). He made only four runs m thirty minutes. Armstrong, m the same time by vigorous, confident play, put on 27, hitting three fours. Noble gradually brought his score to 34, and then, hitting across at Simpson, had his middle stump removed. He was 80 minutes at the wickets and was dismissed the first time he took any risk. Four for 190. Armstrong was at 36 when Darling joined, and continued to play free, excellent cricket with clean hitting and hard driving. The pair were still together when, with the score at 234, Darling declared the innings closed. The Australians had been at the wickets for three hours. Armstrong, during 75 minutes afc the creases, had compiled 56, Darling's quota being 20. Eeceived May 11, 9.24 a.m. Nottingham, 304 runs behind, commenced its second inning with Jones and Iremonger. The bowling was entrusted to Noble and Cotter. 205 minutes were left for play when the game was adjourned for lunch, the "score being none for 19—Jones 11, Iremonger 7. On resuming, the weather was splendid and the wicket fast. The attendance was 300. With the total at 73, Iremonger was caught by Noble off his own bowling. He made a wretched stroke at full pitch. He was 45 minutes at the wickets, and his 40 included seven fourers. One for 73 ; Jones 30. George Gunn succeeded m a partnership which proved very fruitful. 100 appeared at the end of 75 minutes' play, Jone's contribution being 68, George Gunn 20. Jones showed excellent judgment and fine driving powers, after passing 70 George Gun's play was marked by occasional good stroke?. A period of uneventful play followed, the score steadily mounting. A separation came at 212, Jones being dismissed for 103. Two for 212 ; Gunn not out 60, Iremonger, c. and b. Noble 40. Eeceived May 11, 12.58 p.m. Jones WBS caught m the long field by Trumper. His innings, which was characterised by clean hitting and strong defence, lasted 165 minutes. He hit twelve fonrers. J He gave a sharp chance at 94 to Armstrong, offMcLeod, Two wickets for 212. The partnership between Jones and George Gunn lasted two hours. Gunn was caught at the wickets. He gave one chance. His score included seven fourars. Three wickets for 216. John Gunn skied one to iSevrland after he had scored eight. Four ■wickets for 226. Dixon, with Simpson, played out time, the match being drawn. The score stood at four wickets for 237. Following are the scores:— Australians. First Innings ... ... ... 288 Second Innings. Duff, b Gunn ... ... ... 10 Trumper, c Gates, b G. Gunn ... 6L Hill, c Jones, b Hallam ... ... 44 Noble, b Simpson .. ... ... 34 Armstrong (not out) ... ... 56 Darling (not out) .... ... .. 20 Extras .. ... ... 9 Total for four wickets ... ...234 Bowling analysis — John Gunn, one wicket for 58 runs; Hallam, one for 55; George Gunn, one for 51; Simpson, one for 28; Daynone, none for 26; Jones, none for 7. Nottingham. First Innings ... ... ... 219 Second Innings. Iremonger, c and b Noble ... ... 40 Jones,o Trumper, b McLeod ... 103 Geo. Gunn, c NewJand, b McLeod „. 67 John Gnnn, c Newland, b DuG ... 8 Dixon (not out) ... ..'. ... 6 Simpson (not out) ... ... .. 4 Extras ... ... ..9 Total for 4 wickets ... ...237 Bowling analysis—Cotter, nil for 58; Noble, 1 for 39 ; Howell, nil for 33 ; Hopkins, nil for 35; Armstrong, nil for 8 ; McLeod, 2 for 51 ; Duff, 1 for 4. j

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The Australian Team in England., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6567, 11 May 1905

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The Australian Team in England. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6567, 11 May 1905

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