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FOOTBALL.

NORTH v SOUTH ISLAND.

United Press Association—By Electric Telegraph. Wellington, May 23 The following players have been chosen to represent the North Island in the match North v South, to be playednext Saturday week in Wellington :— Full-back, W. J. Wallace (Wellington); three-quarters, H. D. Thomson (Wanganui), G. Smith (Auckland), S. McKenzie (Auckland); five-eighths, J. Hunter and H. J. Mynott (Taranaki) ; half, F. Roberts (Wellington); forwards, Mackreel, F. Glasgow, J. O'Sullivan, and W. Glenn (Taranaki), G. Carlson (Hawke's Bay), D. Whitker (Manawatu). Johnston (Wairarapa), D. Gallagher (Auckland). It is explained that D. McGregor (Wellington), G. Tyler, Nicholson, • and Seeling (Auckland) are not included, as the selector.** deem them certain of inclusion in the team for great Britain. ; Wellington, May 25 The South Island team is as follows; — Full-back, Gillett (Canterbury) ; threequartets, Booth (Otago), Harper (Canterbury), Reid (Southland); Five eighths, Deans (Canterbury), Stead (Southland); Half-back, Frasor (Southland); forwards, Casey, Johnston and McDonald (Otago) ; McNee (Southland); Corhett and Learmont (V^esjb Coast); Horgan (South Canterbury); Newton (Canterbury).

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

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FOOTBALL. Ashburton Guardian, Issue 6579, 25 May 1905

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