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Tha Australian Team in England.

Match Against Oxford.

1 United Press Association—By Kleotrio Telegraph —Copyright London, May 15. The OxFord team in the match against the Australians, beginning to-day, will consist of Carlisle, Bird, Evans, Burn, Raphael, Martin, N orris, Udol, Worsley, Bruce and Bennett. Received May 16, 0.8 a.m London, May 15 The weather was fine for the opening of the match against Oxford. The wicket was good and the attendance moderate. Howell, Cotter, Kelly, and Hill w^ore omitted from the Australian team. Darling won the toss, and sent in Trumper and Duff. The first wicket fell for 21, when Duff ekied Udal, and Evans took the catch in the slips. 1 for 21. Armstrong joined Trumper, but did not stay, Burn bowling him before he had lime to ecore. 2 for 23. Trumper had made ten when Noble came to his assistance. Trumper's exhibition of fine driving brought his score to 34, while Noble, by good free cricket, put on 21. The bowling was pood, and a separation cauie just before the luncheon adjournment. Trumper, at 77, was smartly caught by Carlisle in the slips, off Udal. He hit 10 fourera, and his innings occupied 100 minutes. 3 for 149. On resuming, the attendance was thrae thousand. Gregory accompanied Noble to the wickets. When the latter had made 64, fifty of which were made in 85 minutes, Gregory was run out for 18. 4 for 185. Darling contributed 8, and then Udal bevt him. 6 for 197. Keceived May 16, 9.49 a.m. Before any addition was made to the score Noble was dismissed, being smartly taken by Carlisle in the slips off Martin. His score of 66 was made by all round good play and included five fourers. 6 for 197. Gehrs and Hopkins carried the score to 227. Hopkins, when he had made 9, was bowled by Burn. Layer put on 8 and then got his leg before to Martin. 8 for 236. At the same total MoLeod gave Carlisle a simple catch at point off Martin. Newland was the last man in, but had no chance to score, as Gehrs at 23 placed one from Martin into Bird's hands at short slip. The innings closed for 241. Oxford has lost two wickets for 22. Raphael was caught by Duff low down at short leg, off Layer, for nil. One for one. Bennett was caught by Newland off Layer for 16. Two for 22. Evans was caught by Armstrong easily at second Blip, off Layer, for three. Three for 26. Bruce (not out) 47, Carlisle (not out) 3 ; extras 6. Three wickets for 75. Bruce had a good innings, though he gave a difficult chance. Carlisle gave two sharp chances. .Following are the scores:— Australians. First Innings. Trumper, c Carlisle, b Udal ... ... 77 Duff, c Evans, b Udal ... ... 10 Armstrong, b Burn... .., ... 0 Gregory, run out ... ... ... 18 Darling, b Udal 8 Noble, c Carlisle, b Martin .„ .:. 66 Gehrs, c Bird, b Martin ... ... 23 Hopkins, b Burn .... .... ... 9 Layer, 1.b.w., b Martin ... ... 8 McLeod, c Carlisle, b Martin ... 0 Newland (not out) ... ... ... 0 Extras .. 22 Total 241 Bowling analysis—Burn, 2 wickets for 64 runs; Martin, 4, for 43 ; Udal, 3 for 90 ; ; Evans, nil for 24 ; Norris, nil for 8. Martin took the last three wickets with ; seven balls for no runs.

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Cricket., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6571, 16 May 1905

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Cricket. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6571, 16 May 1905

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