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The match between the Ashbufton and St. Andrew's Tennis Clubs, played in the Domain yesterday afternoon, resulted in an easy win for the older combination. The following are the j scores: —

Singles. A. St. A. G H Amos v.'J. T. Smith ... 9 4 C. Denshire v. S. Gulverhouse 8 , 9 H Findlay v, W. K. Watson 9 1 — Cooke v. R. J. Ambury ... 4 9 HE. Curtis-v. E. Buchanan 9 7 F. Buxton v. L. J. Watt ... 9 5 _ Prosser v, G. Smith ... 9 o —Mortimer v. T. E. Watt... 9 5 Miss Borthwick v. Miss McClurg 6 7' Miss Denshire v. Miss Canning'1 7 Mrs Gr. H. Buchanan v. Miss Dent ... ..: 7 2 Miss Keitlv v. Miss Porter... 7 6 Miss D. Denshire v. Miss Stew- ! art ••• ••• ...... 7 5 Miss Cook jr. Miss Sparrow... 3 7 Doubles. Amos and Denshire v. J. T. ; Smith and Culverhouse 1 ... 4 2 Findlay and Cooke v. Watson and'.Ambury. ... ••• ... 8 9 Curtis and Buxton v.' chanan and L/ J. Waft... 9 7 Misses Bovthwick and Penshire ri Misses McClurg arid 1. Canning ...... .............. 2 3 Mrs Buchanan and Miss Keith v. Misses Dent and Porter 7 1 Misses D. Denshire and Cook v. Misses Stewart and. Sparrow ••• 5 Amos and Miss Borthwick v. J. T. Smith and Miss Mc- - Ghirg ... ■- ■■'■■■ 8 9 , Denshire and Miss Denshire v. Culver house and Miss Canning ... ■•• ■ 9 ° Findlay and Mrs Nicoll v., Watson and Miss Dent ... 9 6 Cooke and Miss Keith v. Ambury and Miss Porter ... 9 3 Curtis and Miss Cook v. Bu- ' 1 chanan and Miss Stewart 6 7 Buxton and Miss Denshire v. j L. J. Watt and Miss Sparrow ... •■• 6 5 Totals ... 183 136

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LAWN TENNIS., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8793, 13 February 1914

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LAWN TENNIS. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8793, 13 February 1914

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