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TO-DA¥'S PLAY.

S CHRISTCHURCH, March 2

The match was resumed; this morning, in dull, warm weather, and a light wind. The wicket was. good. Australia lasted' 15 minutes, Carlton getting Crawford leg before. The innings closed for 654, Sims being 184, not .out. .- . ..-, ...■,-• ■■ ;■, '-:../ .:'; :■/■■■ ■'■'■ •■''

Bowling analysis—Bennett, 4 wickets for 179 runs; Carlton, 6 for 142, Wilson, 0 for 97-.Sandman, 0-for, 86;; Hickmott, orffl r54; Patrick, 0 "for "41; Whit'ta, 0 forn9. -' ' ■ ' Canterbury opened their second innings badly. "Whitta was run out first j ball, a bad call by the batsman (Woods) stopping "him. o—l—o. Woods, after batting stolidly, was beaten with an off break by Crawford. 26—2—4. v.The bowler repeated the ball on Hickmqtt, who was too Inte, after a promising start. -27 —3-^-21. Reese lasted a. few j minutes longer: but was taken low down at second slip by Noble, -off Crawford. 31—5 —3. The scores at thej luncheon adjournment were: — Second Innings. Whfffa, run but ... ... 0 Woods, b Crawford ... ... 4 j Hickmott, b Crawford ...; ... 21 Reese, c Noble, b Crawford ... '3Bishop, not out ... ... ... ...•• lj Patrick, not out; : ...... 5 Extras ...... .../ ...; .'. 6 Total for four wickets .-. 40-

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TO-DA¥'S PLAY., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8807, 2 March 1914

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TO-DA¥'S PLAY. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8807, 2 March 1914

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