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ASHBURTON v. SYDENHAM. Three rinks representative of the Ashburton and Sydenham Clubs, indulged in'!a. friendly game on the former's ground!' .yesterday afternoon. The , visitors were very much outclassed, as the following score: list shows:— ' Ashburton (E. T.= O. Turner, R. G. Shearman, G. Meddins, and W. P. Begg, skip) 23; Sydenham (Howison, skip) 11. ■ T -i- 1 Ashburton (H. R. MeElrea, J. Blackler, W. Moodie, and T..M. Clark, skip) 28; Sydenham (Hadfield, skip) 10. Ashburton (W. Dixon, H. C. Percy, F Pritchard, and H. C. Craighead, skip) 27; Sydenham (Griffiths, skip) 11. Totals—Ashburton, 78; Sydenham, ] 32. j

The Australian bowlers who have been visiting the Dominion left yesterday afternoon for. Sydney by the Mooraki (says Thursday's " Otago Daily Times"), and were bidden goodbye at the local railway station by a ]ar<*e number of Dunedin bowlers. Mr J ?T. Marlow (president of the New Zealand Bowling Council) was present, and tliere were also several other members of the council and of the local

executive on the platform. Hearty hand shakes were exchanged by each party, and as the train left the station those assembled, on the plaform sang " Will Ye No Come Back Again," to which the Australians replied with "Yes, We Will Come Back Again." The Moeraki was boarded at Port Chalmers, and the visitors sailed for their own shores shortly after 3 o'clock.

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

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

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