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CRICKET.

AUSTRALIA v. POVERTY BAY.

(Per Press Association.) GISBORNE, February 21. The Australians had a day out with the bat, remaining at the wickets till 5.5 p.m., their total > being 461. Poverty Bay then played out time. The match was drawn. The following aro the scores: — , Australia. ' First Innings Layer, c and b Scholium ... ... 52 McGregor, Ibw, b Hawker .... ... 90 Mailey, c Scholium, b Kahlenberg ••• ••■' ... ....■; ... 62 Collins, b Jones ... ... 42 Truniper, c sub., b Guthrie, / .... 48 Armstrong, c Jones, b Guthrie ... 26 Ransford, c McMahon, b Scholium ... ... ... 19 Noble, c Gibson, b Jones ...... Q Waddy, Ibw, b Scholium ... ... 41 McKenzie, c Moore, b Guthrie ... 6 Cody, not out ... ... ... ... 3 Extras . ... ... 66 Total ... ... ... 461 Bowling analysis.—Scholium, three wickets for 80 runs; Jones, two for 83; McMahon, none for' 29; Harker, one for 75; Moore, none for 30; Gufchric, three for 67; Kahlenberg, orje for 78; ' .-.'■' - Poverty Bay. First Innings ■ ... ','.. ... ... ]55 Second Innings. W. Gibson, c Collins, b Armstrong * ......,, 7 Moore, b Mailey ... ''"'/,.,'■■„. ... 1 J. Gibson, b Armstrong" ... ... 9 GarLshore, b Armstrong 14 Kahlenborg, st Waddy, b Mailey 5 Scholium, not uot ".■. 2 Extras ... Z Total for five wickets ... 43 Bowling analysis.—Armstrong, three wickets for 17 runs; Mailey, two fov 21.

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CRICKET., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8801, 23 February 1914

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CRICKET. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8801, 23 February 1914

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