Th 3 Australian Team in England.
Match Against Hampshire.
London, July 8 Hampshire made 239 in their first innings.
Requiring 381 to save an innings defeat, Hampshire began the Fejond iunings, and when stnmps were drawn for the day had lost one wicket for 10.
The weather was glorious and the wicket Brood, but there was a email attendance when the m^tch wag resumed. Lleweliyn was dismiFsd by a bailer first ball from Cotter. Two for 19. Newland, whose hands were bad, was relieved by Howell at the wickets, nnd Iredale, the well known Sydney cricketer, fielded a3 a substitute. The third wicket fell for 43. Then Hill, with Stone, cirried the total to 121 before a separation was effected. Stone played caiefully, and Bill exhibited faultless play, compiling 50 in as. many minutes. Stone was 2J hours msk ing Mb 56. Seven for 174. Bowell, who was nexr, played vigorously from the start, but eventually s-kied one to Iredale. His.score included two hits for sir each.
The Australians won by an innings and 112 runs. Following are the scores: Australians. First Innings ... .., 620 Hampshire. First Innings Hill, c Duff, b Cotter 1 Greig, c Noble b Hopkins ... ... 66 Bo well, b Cotter .-. 0 Jephson, o Hill, b Cotter .. ... 7 Llewellyn, b Cotter.. ... ... 14 Johnson, c Noble, b Hopkins ... 15 Wyatt, b Howell ... 0 Mead, not out ... ... ... 41 Persse, b Cotter ... .. ... 24 Stone, o Hopkins b Cottier ... ... 29 Baldwin, b Howell ... ... ... 13 Extras 29 Total 289 Bowling analysis—Cotter, six wickets for 83 runs ; Howell, two for 75 j Duff, none for 29 ; Hopkins, one for 23. Second Innings. Mead, runout ... ... ... 0 Stone, c Armstrong b Hopkins ... 56 Llewellyn, b Cotter .. ... 10 Greig, c Howell, b Cotter ... ... 14 Rill, b Noble 50 Jephson, c Howell b Armstrong ... 19 Johnston, c Duff b Armstrong ... 0 Bo well, c sub. b Armstrong ... ... 59 Wyatt, b Armstrong ... ... 7 Persse, c Trumper b Cotter ... ... 23 Baldwin, not out ... ... 1 Sundries . . ... 30 Total 269 Bowling analysis—Noble, one wioket for 46 runs; Armstrong, four for 92; Cotter, three for 45; Duff, none for 10; Hopkins, one for 46.
(Hampshire is a weak county, and was at the bottom of last year's list in the championship results. The scores by Hampshire show, however, that the Australian bowling was rather weak. Persse is an amateur, and is only 18 years of age. He appears to have both bowled and batted well against Australia,) Eeceived July 10, 8.25 a.m. London, July 9 Cambridge beat Oxford by 40 runs, and Surrey beat Lancashire by 10 wickets. The feature of the match was the brilliant bowling of Lees and Knox.
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Cricket., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6617, 10 July 1905
Cricket. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6617, 10 July 1905
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