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The Australian Team inlEngland.

Match Against Gloucestershire.

Received July 1, 8.47 a.m. London, June 30 The resumption of the match was delayed by rain. Jessop and Dennett bowled to the not outs, Kelly and Layer. The score was taken to 527, when Brown bowled Layer. Kelly's score was made ia fifteen minutes and included 13 fourers. Gloucester opened their innings badly, Wrathall being bowled in the first over, and Townsend caught by Armstrong in the second over. Two wickets were down for nil. At 26 rain interrupted the play for a couple of hour?. On resuming, Sewell gave a fine display of cutting, and brought his score to 45. He was then bowled by one of Armstrong's break backs. 3 for 69. At this stage piny was again adjourned owing to the bad light. Following are the scores:— Australians. , First Innings. Duff, c Board, b Brown .. .. 49 Trumper, c Townsend, b B own ... 108 Hill, o Brownlee b Dennett.. ... 41 McLeod, lbw., b Dennett .« ... 12 Armstrong, b Dennett ... ... 7 Darling, c Gooaell, b Townsend .• • 56 Hopkins, c Jessop, b Townsend ••• 93 Gehrs, b Townsend .. .. ... 6 Cotter, c Board, b Dennett „. ... 33 Kelly (not out) 74 Layer, b Brown ... ... ••• 43 Extras ... ... ... 12 Total 527 Bowling Analysis-Dennett, four for 217; Brown, three for 87; Townsend, three for 42 ; Huggins, nil for 92; Je jsop, nil for 66; Brownlee, nil for 2; Sowell, nil for 16. G LOUCRBTBRSKIRE First Innings Wrathall, b MoLeod ... ... 0 Sewell, b Armstrong ... ... 45 Townsend,c Armstrong, b Layer ... 0 Board (not out) ... .. ..24 To til for three wickets ... ... 69

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Cricket., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6610, 1 July 1905

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Cricket. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6610, 1 July 1905

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