The Australian Team in England.
Match Against Leicestershire.
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London June 12 Coe waß cleverly stumped, and a few minutes later Whitehead was snapped up in the slips. The sixth -wicket fell at 196. Crawford indulged in some hard hitting, and Joyce succumbed to Howell's first ball. 8 for 226. Whitehead's was the last wicket to fall. He was dismissed by a wonderful catch by Armstrong in the slips, the fieldsman securing the ball at the third attempt. Hopkins and Darling opened the Australians' inninga. The former gave a fine display of free batting, but Darling gave an easy chance in the slips, which brought about his downfall. Keceived June 14, 8.53 a.m. London, Jane 13 The weather was fine when the game •was resumed, but the wicket was slow owing to the rain which fell during the night. King and Jayes (not Joyce) were bowling. Jayes dissolved the Hopkins-Newland partnership at 62, Newland playing him on. Hopkins, hitting out at the same bowler, missed the ball, which took hi 3 off stump. His score of 49 was knocked up in 45 minutes. The third and (fourth wickets fall with, the score at 87. Hill was caught by Wood off a lofty drive off O'Dell. Armstrong lost his wicket in attempting to hit a slowißh ball from Jayes. 5 for 105. Trumper skied Jayes, and Knight, running in from cover point, took the catah. 6 for 129. Noble, by a spell of jlively, interesting play, raised the totfil to 163, when Gregory, who had shown stout form, drove O'Dell to deep square leg, where Whitebead secured a good catch. At the luncheon adjoixrnmeat the score stood afc 187 ; Noble beins; 44, secured by careful clean hitting. He gave chance when he had ecored 22. The second century appeared shortly after resnming.the result of nearly 3 hours' play. JNoble reached 50 in If hours. At 208 rain stopped the play. Received June 14, 12.17 a.m. The Australians are all out for£2s3. lollowing are the scores :~- Leicestershire. First Innings. BeTrafford, c Noble, b Armstrong ... 63 Wood, b Hopkins ... ... ••■ 20 King, b Armstrong ••• 1 Knight, c Newland, b Noble. ... 3 Whitehead, c Armstrong, b Howell ... 56 Coe, stumped Newland, b Howell ... 15 Crawford, c Hopkins, b McLeod ... 52 Joyce, b Howell ... ... ••• ° GiU, c Darling, b Howell .. ... 5 Ordell (not out) ... ... - 15 Whiteside, c Armstrong, b Noble ... 25 Extras 21 Total • 286 Bowling analysis—McLeod took 1 wicket for 74, Howell 4 for 87, Armstrong 2 for J 31, Noble 2 for 47, Hopkins 2 for 26. : Australians. First Innings. Hopkins, b Jayes ... ••• "'to Darling, c Jayes, b Coe ... ••• I-' Newland, b Jayes ... ... ••■ * Hill, c Wood, b Odell ... — 1* Noble, b Gill — 'g Armstrong, b Jayes .. '" }a Trnmper, c Knight, b Jayes.. ••• 14 Gregory, c Whitehead, b Odell ■•• 18 Gehra, b King 2» McLeod (notout) ... ... •• >° Howell, b King J Extras ... .- '"'____ Total 258 "Bowling analysis—Gill took 1 for 44; Odell 2 for 75 ; Coe 1 for 20 ; Jayes 4 for 70; King 2 for 44.
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Ashburton Guardian, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6595, 14 June 1905
Cricket. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6595, 14 June 1905
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