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LAWN TENNIS.

I ASHBURTON v. UNITED. 1 An all-day match was played in the Ashburton Domain yesterday between the Ashburton Tennis Club and the | United (Christchurch) Clubs. The visi-, tors brought a very.strong contingent'^ down and they won - very easily—by | 238 points to 125. The following are the .scores:— . ■ | Singles. A. U. Miss Smith v. Mrs Ballantyne ... 6 6 Miss Borthwick v. Miss Cotton 0 9 Mrs Nicoll v. Miss Croxton 0 9 Mrs Buchanan v. Miss Tayler ... 6 9 Miss Digby v. Miss, Cuthbert ... 9 5 Montgomery v. Taylor 0 6' Amos v. Glanville 3 6 ' 3 6 Denshire v. Dawson 3 6 5 S Friedlander v. Gibson 3 6 r I 5 0 Cooke v. Jameson •• 1 o 16 " " OP Buxton v. Jameson ... 0.0 Vi 3 6 Doubles. A. U. Miss Smith and Mrs Nicoll v. Miss Nicholson and Mrs Ballantyne 3 9 Miss Borthwick and Mrs Buchanan v. Misses Cotton and Croxton ... ... ... 7 9 Misses Digby. and Denshire v. Misses Tayler and Cuthbert... 5 9 Montgomery and Amos v. Glanville and* Taylor 5 6 , 2 6 , Denshire aud Friedlander v. Daw- ' son and Taylor ... ■■•'. ••• 6 5 I. 3 6 ,f 0 6 Cooke and Buxton v. Gibson and Jameson ■... •■• ■ 1 6 :.''"V- •:-.-"■' '''2 6 Montgomery and Miss Smith v. Gianville" and Miss Nicholson. 4 6 V 0 6 1 Amos and Miss Borthwick v." Tay- . lor and Mrs Ballantyne;.' ... 2 9 Denshire and Mrs Nicoll v.-Daw- ■ son and Miss Cotton ... 2 9 Friedlander and Mrs Buchanan v. Gibson and Miss Croxton 4 5 Cooke and Miss Digby v. Jameson , and Miss Tayler 7 9 Buxton and Miss Denshire v. Gibj son and Miss Cuthbert ... 8-9 ! Totals 125 238

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LAWN TENNIS., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8799, 20 February 1914

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LAWN TENNIS. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8799, 20 February 1914

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