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The Australian Team in England.

Hatch Against Derbyshire.

.Received July 13, 8.5G a.m

London, July 12 The Australians declared their second innings closed without going a«raia to the wickets, their score staying at 6 wickets for 250.

perbyshire then began their second inniugrF, and have lost three wickets for 146.

When the game was resumed, the weather was dull but the wicket was fast. The attendance was small. Newland andMeLeod fielded as substitutes for Hopkins and Gregory. The former is suffering from an injured band while the latter was yesterday prostrated by the heat but is now better. The county had a debit of 336 to wipe off. The first wicket fell afc 45, Olliviorre sucottmbing to a catch by Layer, and L. Wright, after playing a "faultless innings for 58, including nine fourers was taken at mid on by Hill. Wright had been at the wickets an hour. 2 for 102. Ashcroft played Cotter on. 3 for 121. H. Wright, when his score was 8 and the total 136 retired hurt. Cadman and Morton then became partnered and carried the total to 146.

Cadman was caught easily by Newland afc mid-off after playing slow cricket. He gave a chance when he bad made 22, and twice escaped being run out. 4 for 192. Hunter was bowled when the total stood at 209. Colter made short work of the remainder of the team, the last four wickets producing as many cyphers. The fsixth and seventh wickets fell at 226, Walkden being clean bowled, and Humphries played Ma first ball on. With the total at 227, Bestwick was run out, and Morton had added 4 when Cotter brought the innings to a close by bowling Marples, leaving the Australians victors by 105 runs.

Following are the scores: Australians. First Innings ... ... 253 Second Innings. Layer, b Cadman ... .. 78 Cotter, b Cadman ... ... 9 Gehrs, o Cadman b Morton... ... 10 Kelly, b Hunter 22 Darling, b Bestwiek ... ... 35 Armstrong, not out ... .. 63 Trumper, b Hunter ... ... 17 Hill, not out ... ... ... ' 10 Extras ... .~ ... 6 Total for six wickets .. ...250 (Innings declared closed.) Bowling analysis -Bestwick, one wicket for 73 ; Cadman, two for 71; MorroD, one for 51; Marplos, nil for 29; Hunter, two for 18; Ollivierre, nil for 2. Derbyshire. First Innings ... ... 167 Second Innings. L. Wright, o Hill b Layer ... 58 Ollivier, o Layer, b Cotter ... ... 20 Ashcroft, b Cotter... .... ... 8 H. Wright, retired hurt .. ... 8 Cadman, c Newland, b Layer .. 66 Morton, not out .... ... 42 Hunter, b Cotter ... ... 18 Walkden.h Cotter ... ... 0 Humphries, b Cotter ... ... 0 Bestwisk, run ont ... ... 0 Marples, b Cotter ... ... 0 Sundries ... ... ... 21 Total 231

Bowling analysis — Cotter, 6 for 63 (his last four wioketa costing 10 runs) ; Armstrong, nil for 83; Layer, 2 for 53; Noble, nil for 1.

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Cricket., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXI, Issue 6620, 13 July 1905

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Cricket. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXI, Issue 6620, 13 July 1905

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