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The Australian Team in England.

Match Against Yorkshire.

United Press Association— By F.leotrio Telegraph —Copyright London, May 22 The parsonnel of the Yorkshire te>n against the Australians will bo Hawki Jackson, Wilkinson, Denton, Tunniclitt Hirst, Rhode 3, Haigh, liingrose, Myers, an Hunter. Eeoeived May 23, 8.47 a.m. London, May 22 The weather at the start whs dull, an cold after a shower at eleven o'clock. Th wicket was hard, and the outfield rougt The attendanos was five thousand. Iffewland, Hopkinß, Gehr?, and Armstron are omitted from the Australian tearr Armstrong is suffering from a braised foot Grimshaw is playing for Yorkshire in stead of Wilkinson. Darling won the toss, and sent in Trumpe and Duff. Hirst, who is slightly lame, am Myers took up the bowling. The batsmei made the pace merry from the jump, 4i appearing on tha board when they ha< been fifteen minutes at the wickets Trumper was nearly caught in the slip when he had made eleven, and gave t ohance of a run out at 13, but Jackson was not quick enough in returning the ball Afterwards he gave a brilliant display, Duff, who showed fine cutting powers, was badly missed off a Bkyer at midon by Ringrose off Hirst. At the end of 35 minuted batting characterised by polished hitting rain stopped the play, the score being 76 Trnmper 38 and Duff 35. On resuming after half an hour's delay Trumper, when he had made 4«, was bowled with ano ball by Hirst. He reached his half century in 45 minutes, and five minutes later the century appeared. Rhodes displaced Hirst, who h*d beegi severely punished, Duff knocking 14 off him in one • over. At 122 (Trumper 54, Duff 61), obtained by splendid play, the bad light again stopped the game, and it was decided that there should be no further play till after lunch. With the first ball after lunch Duff was bowled, Rhodeß removing his off stump. 1 wicket for 122. The weather vraa now brighter, and the attendance increased to twelve thousand. Hill was next man, and ran up 14, while Trumper, hitting all round the wicket, increased his score to 74, bringing the total to 156, obtained by 80 minutes' play. At 86 Trumper was caught by Tuunioliffe easily at slip, off Jackson. He was 90 minutes at the wiokets, and after the first twenty, showed fine form in all rouud hitting except in driving. He made thirteen fourers. 2 wickets for 170; Hill 17. Noble was next man in, and the second century was hoisted after 110 minutes'play. Haigh went on to bowl, and in his first over Hill was caught by Hunter at the wicket. He took 50 minutea in making 55, mostly obtained by drives. 3 wickets for 208; Noble 5. With Gregory's assistance, Noble added 7, and was then caught by Jackson easily at point from Haigh's second over. He waß 30 minutes at the wickets. 4 wickets for 215. Eeceived May 23, 10.2 a.m. London, May 22 The scorG is now four wickets for 266. ' Gregory (not but) 20. Darling (not out) 30, When the score was 230, rain caused another interruption of play, but it again cleared off and the game was resumed a Eeceived May 23, 11 a.m. Sfeumpa were drawn with eight wickets down for 315 Play was resumed after twenty minutes' rain in & bad light, which, however, soon improved. Darling made a drive for six off Jaoks»n. Afterwards play was quiet, till Gregory was caught by Tunnicliffa easily in the slips off a wretched stroke off Eingrose. His play was marked by caution. Five wickets of 279. Darling by judicious driviug had 38 to his credit ■when Layer joined him. After a partnership of 55 minutes, during which the new comer compiled 10, Layer* fell a victim to a good ball from Eingrose. Six wicket 3 for SO2. Darling's fifty appeared when he had been batting for 80 minutes. The latter part of hig innings was steady. When he had made 54, Darling was dismissed by a catch by Tunnicliffe low down in the slips off Rhodes. His score included one sixer ond sis fourers. Seven wickets for 306. McLeod contributed three, and was caught by Tunnicliffe off Rhodes, who was again bowling. Eight wickets for 309. Cotter and Kelly with three each were together when stumps were drawn. .Following are the scores :— AXTSTBALIANS. First Innings. Duff, b Rhodes 61 Trumper, c Tunnicliffe, b Jackson ..; 85 Hill, O Hunter, b Haij?h ... ... 55 Jioble, o Jackson, b Haigh ... .... 12 Gregory, o Tunnicliffe, b Ringrose ... 25 Darling, c Tunnicliffe, b Rhodes ... 54 Layer, b Ringrose ... ... ..10 McLeod, o Tunnicliffe, b Rhodes ... 3 Kelly (not out) ... 3 Cotter (not out) ... .-. ••• , 3 Extras ... — .. ■— Total for eight wickets 315

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Cricket., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6577, 23 May 1905

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Cricket. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6577, 23 May 1905

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