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The Australian Team m England.

Match Against Surrey.

Unitacl Press Association -Tty Rleotric Telegraph —Copyright London, May 13 When the game was resumed to-day, the weither was cool, the sky overcast,' and the wioket good. Tho attendance was fair. Hay ward and Xnox, on resuming, faced tho bowling of Cotter and Noble. Duff kept wicket, and Gregory acted as Kelly's substitute. After quiet play and small hits for several over?. Hay ward hit two beautiful fourers, m succession off Noble — a leg stroke and an off drive—bringing his score to 79. 1 lien Knox pliyed Noble hard on to his wicket, retiring for 7. When 7 he waa bowled by ano ball from Cotter. 171—4—7. Holland joined Hayward, and runs continued to oome at a fair pace. A double change m the bowling was then tried, McLeod and Hopkins going; on. Hayward made a nice off drive to the boundary off McLeod's first over. Hill then replaced Duff as wicket keeper. The second hundred appeared after 165 minutes' play. Hayward was cheered on reaching his century, but he lost Holland when the latter had made 39, the latter being easily caught by Armstrong m the slips off Layer. He made some nice hits, but it was not a specially good inuings. 228—5—39. Hayward had then made 104, Nice failed to score, being bowled by the third ball of the over, which was a " yorker " from Layer, and it removed his middle stump. 288-6—o. MoLeod and Layer were bowling steadily. Hayward was very quiet since making his 100, but at last drove MoLeod for 4. The wicket appeared to be helping the bowlers. At the luncheon adjournment the board showed six wickets for 251, Hayward 116, Leveson-Grower 11. On resuming, though the weather was turning cold, the attendance increased to 8000. Noble and Layer were the bowlers. Leveson-Gower added a single, and then, m trying to negotiate one of Layer's, hit his wicket. 252—7 —12. Lord Dalmeny assisted to carry the score to 281 before he was bowled by Noble. The ball hit Hill m the face, giving him a bad black eye, and he had to retire. 281—8—14. Hayward was 124. Without any addition to the score Lees was bowled by Noble m the same over. 281—9—0. Stedman, the last man, was easily caught by Noble ar point off Layer for nil, the innings closing for 286. Hayward carried out his bat for 129, and played a great innings. He was 275 minutes at the wickets, and gave no real chance. He made ten fourers and one five. When the Australians commenced their second innings, there was barely two and a quarter hours left for play. Truraper and Duff were the first to bat, Lees and Knox bowling. After half an hour's play, with 50 up, Trumper was bowled by Lees. 50 —1 —25. Armstrong was next, and despite bowling changes, runs came at a great pace. Ninety was up before five o'clock, and 130 at 5.12 p.m. When 64, Duff, m trying a big hit was bowled by Hobbs. His innings occupied 85 minutes, and he gave a brilliant display of hitting. 148—2—64. Armstrong was 50 when Cotter joined him, but the latter only made a short stay, being easily caught by Hayes at slip off Lees. 160—3 —7 Darling arrived, only to see Armstrong stumped by .Stedmen off Lees. He took 70 minutes to compile his 59, which was a fine innings. 167—4—59. Darling and Hopkins carried the total to 189, when Darling was easily caught at cover-point by Dalmeny off Hayes. 189—5—12. Noble only contributed a single, and was then caught by Stedman off Lees. 193—6—1. Hopkins and McLeod then played out time, the total at the close being 199 for six wickets, Hopkins 15, and McLeod 5. The match was drawn. Following nre the scores: — , Surrey; First Innings 225 Second Innings. Hobb3, o Armstrong, b Cotter ... 1 Hayes, o Howell, b Layer ... .., 24 Hayward, not out... ... ... 129 Baker, c Hill, b Noble 29 Knox, b Noble 7 Holland, c Armstrong b Layer.„ ... 39 Nice, b Layer 0 Leverson-Gower, h w, b Layer 12 Lord Dalmeny, b Noble .- 14 Lees, b Noble 0 Stedman, c Noble b Layer 0 Estras .. 31 Total 286 Bowling analysis —Cotter, one wicket for 57 runs; Layer, five for 61; McLepd, none for 51 j Armstrong, none fotf 4; Noble, four for 54; Hopkins, none for 19. Australians. First Innings ... ... ... 292 Second Innings. Trumper, b Lees ... ... .. 25 Duff, b Hobbs ... ... ... 64 Cotter, cHayesb Lees ... ... 7 Armstrong, st Stedman b Lees ... 59 Darling, c Dalmeny, bHayes.„* ... 12 Noble, c Stedman, b Lees ..-. ..." 1 Hopkins, not out ... ... ... 15 McLeod, not out ... ... ... 5 Extras ... ... .. 11 Total for 6 wickets ... . ... 199 Bowling analysis—Knox, 0 wicketß for 32; Lees, 4 for 83; Hayes, 1 for 40; Nice, 0 for 20; H'obbs, one for 13.

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Cricket., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6570, 15 May 1905

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Cricket. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6570, 15 May 1905

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