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— » rt The Australian Team in England.

Match Against Cambridge University. United Press Association—By Electric Telegraph—Copyright. London, June 1 Hopkins played a brilliant and vigorous innings, and showed splendid driving. He hit four sixers and four Tourers. Howell was cleverly caught at cover point. Cambridge has lost two wickets foe 37. Received Jane 3, 8.37 a.m. London, June 2 Cambridge in their first innings made 168. The weather was fine, the wioket good, and the attendance fair. Page added nine to his overnight score, and was then dismissed by a running catch by Gregory at cover point. Payne at four wa3 bowled by Hopkins. 4 for 69. Morcom, after a careful innings of 16, was bowled by Armstrong. With the score still at 69 Harrison and Colbeck became partners and gave an exhibition of good batting, the score steadily increasing. 100 appeared in 100 minutes. A double change of bowling was then made, McLeod and Howell going on. At 128 Cotter was tried. His first ball proved fatal to Harrison, who put up a skyer, MoLeod at midon making a running catch. Harrison played sound wicket. 6 for 128. The partnership had lasted fifty minutes. McDonnell and Mainprice were the next two. They were both bowled by Howell without scoring, the seventh wioket falling at 128, and the eighth at 136. Colbeck in the meantime brought his score to 38. Colbeok at this stage retired hurt. At the luncheon adjournment the score stood at eight for 145. The attendance after luncheon was four thousand. Napier failed to score, being caught by Newland at backstop off Cotter. 9 for 150. Colbeok then resumed, with the assistance of Hopley. At eight Hopley wag bowled by Howell, Colbaek being not out 52, including eight tourers. He was at the wickets 90 minutes and showed excellent form. Fpllowing are the scores:—■ Australians. First Innings ... ... ... 256 Cambridge. First Innings. Keigwin, c and b Hopkins .... .. 7 Young, b Hopkins ... ... ... 9 Page, o Gregory, b Hopkins ... ... 23 Morooin, b Armstrong ... ... 16 Payne, b Hopkins ... ... ..4 Harrison, c McLeod, b Cotter ... 30 Colbeck (not out) ... ... ... 52 McDonnell, b Howell ... ... 0 Mainprice, b Howell ... ... 0 Hopley, b Howell .. ... .... 8 Napier, o Newland, b Cotter... .. 0 Extras ... ... ... 19 Total 168 Bowlikg Analysis—-Hopkins, four for 64 j McLeod, nil for 23; Armstrong, one for 18; Howell, three for 24; Cotter, two for 20.

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Cricket., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6587, 3 June 1905

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Cricket. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6587, 3 June 1905

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