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M.C.C. v. SOUTH AFRICA.

(Per Press Association—Copyright.) DURBAN, February 17. South Africa in their- second innings have lost seven wickets for 249. Scores: — South Africa. First Innings ... .._ 17Q Second Innings. Ward, b Barnes ... _ j H. Taylor, lbw, b Barnes ... .'.' 93 Dan. Taylor, c Strudwick, b,Barnes 36 Nourse, c Tennyson, b Rhodes ... 45 Leroux, c and b Barnes ... ... q Hands, c Rhodes,' b Barnes ... .'. g Newberry, c Bird, b Barnes ... iq Carter, not out ... ... ... '/' .32 Chapman, not out .'..-... ..." q Extras ... ... ... . Total for 7 wickets ... 249 .".■..."■. ■ '.M.C.C. . -;/! '"■" First Innings .... . ; . X 63 (Received February 19, 9.10 aim.) 1 CAPETOWN, February 18. . South Africa declared their second innings closed with nine wickets for 304 runs. 1 ; " .. : . The Englishmen; have lost five wickets for 154 runs in their second innings, the scores being as follows.:—i-...-Second Innings. > ' Hobbs, b Blackenberg ... 97 Rhodes; lbw, b Carter . ...... 35 Hearne, not out ... ... : ... ... .8 Mead, c Blanckenberg, b JSTewberry ... ... ... ... ... 1 Douglas, lbw, b Blanckenberg . ...' 7 Tennyson, b .Blanckenberg ...... 0 Woolley, not out ... ... 0 Sundries ... 6 j . Total for five wickets 154 ! Rain and bad light interrupted play when the score was 152 for three wickets. The players unexpectedly returned , and added a couple of runs for the loss of two wickets before stamps were drawn.

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M.C.C. v. SOUTH AFRICA., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8798, 19 February 1914

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M.C.C. v. SOUTH AFRICA. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8798, 19 February 1914

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