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CRICKET.

M.C.C. IN AFRICA

The Fifth Test,

(Per Press Association—Copyright)

PORT ELIZABETH,,-.Feb. 27. The fifth test match has commenced. South Africa in their first innings made 193, and M.C.C. has lost eight wickets for 357 runs. Following are the scores':— South Africa. First Innings . .... ... 193 M.C.C. Team. First Innings. Hobbs, c Nourse, b Lundie 38 Rhodes, b Carter .: 28 Hearno,. c Taylor, b Blanckenburg 35 Mead, c and b Blanckenburg ... 117 1 Woolley, Ibw, b Newborry ... 54 5 Strudwick, b Carter . •„, 0 \ Douglas, c Blanckenburgj b Lundio 30. Tennyson, not out | ... 23 Bird, run out 4 Booth, not out ' 11 Extras- 27 1 Total for eight wickets ... 357 ,

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CRICKET., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8807, 2 March 1914

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CRICKET. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8807, 2 March 1914

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