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Auckland Badly Beaten

„ AUCKLAND, Fcl>ruary 9. The Australian innings was finished very suddenly, this morning, the last two wickets falling in nine minutes after the ro-commoucomont of play the visitors being all out for 658. " '

Auckland commenced the second innings fit noon, and all were out soon after 4 o'clock, for a total of 186, the local team thus being beaten by an innings and 221 'runs. The Aucklanders could not withstand the Australians' bowling. Three wickets fell for 90, four for 92, five for 104, six for 119, 'and seven for 122. Then Brook and Smeoton made a stand, compiling 55 betwoen them before they fell victims to Noble. Following arc the scores : — Auckland. First Innings 251 Second Innings. McCormick, .b Armstrong 0 Hemus, run out 17 Brooke-Smith, Ibw, b Armstrong 22 Snedden, b McKenzie .42 Horspool, b McKenzie 0 Somervill, b, McKenzie ... ; 17 Taylor, b McKenzie , 15 Brook, c Layer, b Noble 27 Smeeton, b Noble .28 Tatte'rsall,. not out 2 Clarke, b Armstrong ... 5 Extras ... ... 11 '' Total ... ... ... 186 Bowling Analysis.—Armstrong took throe wickets for 47 runs, Noble two for 15, and McKenzie four for 41. Australia. First Innings fisß AUSTRALIA.v. WELLINGTON. Match to Commence To-day. WELLINGTON, February 10, Five of the Australian cricketers were , left at New Plymouth. They left by motor for Hawera, and the remainder will come by this afternoon's train. Play starts at 1 o'clock.

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THE AUSTRALIAN TEAM., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8790, 10 February 1914

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THE AUSTRALIAN TEAM. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8790, 10 February 1914

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