The Australian Team m England.
Match Against Marylebone Club United PreßS Association-By Electric Telegraph—Copyright London, June 8 After three days' incessant rain the weather cleared, and it is now cloudy, with the sub breaking through. It was 4 p.m. before the match started. A good drying wind is blowing, but the wicket is still soft. King and Hearne are included m the Marylebone team. Trumper, Howell, and Newland are omitted from the Australian team. The Englishmen batted first. Lavar bowled MficLnren off his pad 3 m the fourth over for a duck. One wicket for 2. Foster reached double figures, and then Darling caught him. Two for 20. Spooner and Fry partnered, but the former gave Hopkins a chance off Layer, which was accepted. Three tor 29. MABYIiBBONE. First Innings. Foster, c Darling, b McLeod... ... H MacLaren, b Layer ... ••■ p Spooner, c Hopkins, b Layer... ... 13 Fry (not out) ... ... ••• 3 Received June 9,12.39 a,m. London, June 8 When stumps were drawn, five wickets were down for 121. Fry c Noble, b Lavor ... ... 27 Warner run out .... ... ' » Jackson not out ... ... 48 Braund, not out ... ... # 13 The weather continued fane; the wickec was slow, and the attendance moderate. Jackson won the toss. Layer and McLeod were the fust bowlers. Foster was dismissed by an easy catch from a skyer, sent midon. Spooner was finely taken off. Jackson joined Fry, and the board showed SO at the end of 65 minutes play. By a splendid right hand oatoh, Noble at midon disposed of Fry. Fryjbatted by 40 minutes. Four for 57. Warner at five was run out, trying an absurd second run from his own hit. Five for 62. Braund was next. The first change m the bowling occurred at 76, Armstrong displacing McLeod. Jackson made a fourer aad a three oft Armstrong's first over. He took o5 minutes to make the first ten runs, and afterwards played more freely. Buns continued to come, the century appearing m 130 minutes, when play ceased for the day. Jackaon and Braund are still together, the score being 121.
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Cricket., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6591, 9 June 1905
Cricket. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6591, 9 June 1905
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