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Cricket.

The Australian Team in England, > Match Against Yorkshire. A Drawn Game, United Pre 33 Association—By Electric Telegraph—Copyright London, Jane 5 The first wicket fell at 7, Wilkinson being caught by Armstrong in the second over. Then Grimshaw and Denton commenced a lively productive partnership, which added 110. Grimshaw by sound crioket compiled 41. After being at the wickets 140 minutes, he was run out in attempting a fourth run for Denton. Two for 157. Denton gave a display of splendid cutting. He took 135 minutes in patting together a hundred, the last 50 in fifty minutes. When 23 he was missed by Layer at second slip off Noble. Eeceived June 8, 10.7 a,m. London, June 7 Yorkshire lost four wicks for 266 and then closed the innings. The match was resumed at 11 a.m., and it was arranged that stumps should be drawn at 5 p.m. The weather was bleak and the attendance small. Cotter and Noble resumed bowling, and a change was then made to Armstrong, who succeeded in | disposing of Rothery and Denton, but was unable to force the game. Three for 191. Tunnicliffe gave a free display and was thentaken at extra mid off by Duff. Denton playing brighter gave a hard chance when ■ I his total was 121, to Cotter, at point, off Noble. Four for 237. Denton had an other life at 25 runs later on from Noble at short leg off Armstrong. He was batting 3| hours, his play being characterised by brilliant cutting, driving, and pulling. His score included nineteen fourers and seven threes. With fpur wickets dowa for 265 the innnings was declared closed, With 3£ hours left for play, the Australians commenced the second innings with Hirst absent. Darling was finally, taken at long off, on the boundary by Denton. Duff was hitting freely. The score at the luncheon adjournment stood at one wicket for 35. After lunch Duff continued to score j rapidly, but lost Hill, who was taken at the wickets. Duff got 10 off Eingrose in one over. Two for 68. Duff then gave a Bub--1 stitute a catch forward at square leg. Ha batted 65 minutes. Three for 73. Gregory and Noble's partnership was slow. Hunter snapped up Gregory at the wicket. | Four foi 96. A fine partnership was established between Noble and Armstrong, ! and they played out time. Noble played faultlessly for 115 minutes and the partnership lasted seventy minutes. The match was drawn. Following are the scores:— Tobkbhibb. First Innings ... ...324 Second Innings. Wilkinson, o Armstrong, b Noble ... 6 Grimahaw, run out... .-. ... 41 Denton (not out) ... ... ... 158 Eothery, b Armstrong ... ... 10 Tunnicliffe, o Duff, b Layer ... ... 24 Rhodes, (not out) ... ... ... 13 Extras .. ... „15 Total for four wickets ... ..266 Bowling analysis—Cotter, nil for 57 1 Noble one for 54 j Armstrong, one for 42 ; Layer, one for, 35 ; Ho well, nil for. 21; Hopkins nil for 29 ; Duff, nil foe 11. AtrSTBALIANS. First Innings .. ..208 Seoond Innings. Darling, c Denton b Ringrose „. 2 Duff, c substitute, b Eingrose ... 43 Hill, c Hunter, b Rhodes, ... ... 24 Noble, (not out) ... ... ... 54 Gregory, c Hunter, bMyres ... ... 15 Armstrong, (not out) * ... , ... 43 Extras ... ... ... 6 Total for four wickets .„ ... 187 BowliDg analysis—Ringrose, two for 59 » Rhodes one for 38 ; Haigh, nil for 35» Myers, one for 20 ; Grimshaw, nil for 23 I Denton nil for 16. The Marylebone team for the match, commencing at Lords' Crioket Ground on the Bth will be : — Jackson, MacLaren, Fry, Warner, Spooner, ,'Henry Foster, Braund, Thompson, Haish, and two to be selected from King, Fielder, Mead, and Jack Hearne.

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Cricket., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6590, 8 June 1905

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Cricket. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6590, 8 June 1905

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