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Otago v. Canterbury. DUNEDIX, February 13. The .Plunket Shield match between Canterbury and Otago was commenced at Carisbrook this afternoon under perfect weather conditions. The wicket was in splondid order, and the out--field crisp and fast. The. Canterbury captain won the toss, and sent his men in to bat. At the close of play the scores were as follow : —

Canterbury. First Innings. Whitta, c Downes, b McFarlane ... 61 Caygill, run oat * '. 40 Hayes, c and b Downes 3 Bishop, lbw,, b Downes 6 Patrick, c Chadwick, b Tuckwell ... 118 Beal, c and b Downes ...' 16 Watson, st Chadwick, b Torrance 26 Wilson, c Tuckwell, b Downes« ... 13 Thomas, not out 23 Extras 16

i Total for eight wickets ... 322Bowling Analysis.—Torrance took one wicket for 70 runs. Ramsden^ none for 59, Downes four for 166, McFarlane one for 5, Tuckwell one for 16.

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PLUNKET SHIELD MATCH., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8794, 14 February 1914

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PLUNKET SHIELD MATCH. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8794, 14 February 1914

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