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Cricket.

The Australian Team in England.

Matoh Against Yorkshire.

A WIN FOR THIS COLONIALS,

United Press Association —Py Rleotrio Telegraph —Copyright Received May 25, 8.20 a.m., London, May 24 The Australians beat Yorkshire by 174 rune. Received May 25, 9.3 a.m. The Australians' second innings closed for 127. The weather was misty, and the start was delayed fifteen minutes owing to the bad light. The attendance was 2,000. The wicket was worn. The Australians finished the balance of their innings in 135 mins. Hirst did not field. Rhodes and Haigh were the bowlers. Darling accompanied Kelly, who remained (not out) over night. Kelly after making 7 was bowled by Haigh with a ball that broke back. Seven for 71. McLeod had a similar experience. When he had made 10, he had his middle stump removed by one off Haigh's break backs. Eight for 85. Layer was next. The century appeared after 110 minutes' play. Nine runs later Myers went on, and in his first over bowled Darling, who took fifty minutes in compiling 22. Nine for 109 Layer and Cotter carried the total to 127. Then Cotter was caught by Denton at long off, Layer remaining not out with 15. Yorkshire, in their second innings, made 78. With 252 to get, Jackson and Griinshaw | opened the county's second innings. Ho well and Layer bowled. In tha second over, Jackson's off stump was removod by a good ball from Howell. One for 11. The third over was fatal to Grimshatv, Howell, who was breaking back splendidly, again finding the wicket. The departing batsman made his, eleven in three hits. Two for li. Howell also accounted for the third wicket, Denton reth'ing leg befor9 when he had made 9. Three for 25. Tunniclifie made a couple and then f«ll to a catch by Howell in the slips off Layer. Four for 33. With the assistance of Rhodes Hirsb added 4 to his score and was bowled by Howell with a breakback. Five for 43. At the luncheon adjournment after 45 minutes' play the board showed 50; Rhodes 13, Haigh nil. On resuming the weather continued gloomy. The attendance was 5000. Haigh at 3 failed to negotiate a shooter for Layer. six for 62. Rhodes who was 22, had made some good hits. Myers partnered Rhodes only to see him caught by Noble at .de ;p i square leg off Layer., Seven for 65. Hawke was bowled second ball by Layer without scoring. Ringrose contributed four and then Howell sent his middle 3tump.spinning. Nine for 72. Hunter was last man. He scored 3 and was then caught by Trumper at short leg. Myers, who had seen four men retire while he was making 5, carried out his bat. Five wickets fell in 35 minutes. After luncheon the bowling on a broken wicket was splendid. Following are the scores:— Australians. First Innings ... ... ... 322 Second Innings. Duff, o Grimshaw, b Myers ... ... 1 Trumper,c Rhodes, b Haigh ... 8 Hill, c Hunter, b Haigh ... ... 17 Noble, l.b.w 1., b Rhodes „, ... 9 Gregory, b Rhodes .„ ... ... 2 Howell, b Rhodes ... ... ... 16 Kelly, b Haijih .... ... ... 7 Darling, b Myers ... ... ... 22 McLeod, b Haigh ... ... ... 10 Layer (not out) ... ... ... 15 Cotter, c Denton, bMy era ... ... 10 Extras ... .. ... 10 Total ... 127 Bowling analysis—Haigh, four wickets for 64 runs ; Myers, three* for 2L ; Rhode?, three for 29 ; Eingrose, nil for three. Yorkshire. First Innings ... .. ... 197 Second Innings. Jackson, b Howell ... ... ... 3 Grimshaw, b Howell... ... „. 11 Denton, Ibw. b Howell ... ... 9 Tunnicliffe, c Howell, b Layer ... 2 Hirst, b Howell ... ... ... 12 Rhodes, c Noble, b Layer ... ... 22 Haigh, b Layer ... ... ..3 Hawke,b Layer .... ... ... 0 Myers (notout) ... .. ... 5 Ringrose, b Howell ... ... ... 4 Hunter, c Trump'er, b Howell ... 3 Extras ... .... ... 4 Total ... ... ... ... 78 Bowling analysis — Layer took four wickets for 36 runs; Howell, six for 38.

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Cricket., Ashburton Guardian, Issue 6579, 25 May 1905

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Cricket. Ashburton Guardian, Issue 6579, 25 May 1905

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