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CRICKET.

THE AUSTRALIAN TEAM.

Match Against Hawke's Bay. (Per Press Association.) HASTINGS, February 19. I Tlie match Australia v. Hawke's Bay' was concluded to-day, the visitors winning by nine wickets. After winning the match the Australians continued 'the' innings, and gave an' interesting exhibition of batting. Stumps were drawn at 5.30 with eight wickets down for 175. ' Hawke's Bay. First Innings 172 Second Innings. Board, b Armstrong 45 Creed, c Mailey, b Armstrong ... 2 Hindmarsh, b Armstrong \._ Fulton, b Armstrong ...... ... 30 Ellis, b Mailey '.' ['_'_ 5 Blamires,' b Mailey 7 Spackman, run out 2 [Blinko, st McGregor, b McKenzie 21 Geake, b Armstrong 13 Hichens, st McGregor,.b Armstrong 0 Napier, not out 10 Extras ... ... ... 10 Total .'...,_ 159 Bowling Analysis.—Armstrong, six 1 wickets for 05 runs; Mailey, two for 39 • Layer, none for 34; McKenzie, one for 11. I Australia. First Innings ... ... ... ... ..: 2931 Second Innings. McGregor, not out 14: Trumper, b Geake 23 Waddy, not out ' 41 Total (for one wicket) ... 411

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CRICKET., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8799, 20 February 1914

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CRICKET. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8799, 20 February 1914

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