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CRICKET.

AUSTRALIA v. POVERTY BAY

GISBORNE, February" 20."The Australian cricketers"were given a e.ivic reception to-day. The" "weather is fine i'or the match. ■ . < GISBORNE, February 20. • Poverty Bay won the toss,and batted, W^ Gibson and Kahlenberg opening to ' Waddy and Armstrong. Kahlenberg put up 10 in the first five minutes, and was then taken by Cody on the bound-ary-line, off Waddy. Gartshore went in and scored four, but was soon afterwards caught by Waddy, off Armstrong.' McMahon and Gibson, batting carei fully, kept their wickets ■ up until the I luncheon adjournment,'the score stand- ■ ing at two wickets for 23 runs. Poverty Bay. First Innings.. - ,'" Dr. Kahlenberg, o Cody, b,Waddy 10 , W. Gibson, not out" ■ ..." ... 1 R. Gartshoro, c Waddy, b Armstrong " 4 L. McMahon, not out 4 Extras' ' 4 • Total I'or two wickets : 23

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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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