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AUSTRALIA v. CANTERBURY.

YESTERDAY'S PLAY

CHRISTOHURCH, March 2. Play was resumed this morning and after Crawford had been given oui Ibw the Australian innings was closed for 65. It lasted six hours 25 minutes. In Canterbury's second innings Whitta was run out without scoring. o—l—o. Woods, was clean bowled by Crawford. 26—2!—4., ..Hickmott made a wild iash at a pjrfect lenpth ball which just took his 'bails. 27—3—21. Reese.sent one into, the slips to Noble. 31—4—3. Patrick' wasbeaten all the way by Crawford! 41—5—5. Bishop went out to an off-drive from Armstrong, but was bowled. 81—6—19. Carlton was smartly stumped .off Mailey. 141—7—-22. Sandman drove one hard to Sims at mid-on, who held a difficult. catch. 182—8—80. Wilson sroino; out, was smartly stumped. 182— 9—lß. Boxshall, the last man, after making: a single, was out Ibw. ' The following are the scores: — Canterbury. First Innings ... ... 92 Second Innings. WhrTfta, run out ... ... ... ... 0 Woods, b Crawford 1 ... 4 Hickmott, b Crawford ... ... 21 Reese, c Noble, b Crawford. '.„'■' 3 Bishop, b Armstrong ... 19 W. R. Patrick, b Crawford ... ... 5 Sandman, c Sims B Crawford ... 80 Carlton, st Waddy, b Mailey ... 22 G. C. Wilson, st Waddy, b Arm- !" strong ... ' IS Boxshall, Ibw, b Armstrong 1 Extras ... ... .' 14' Total. ... '197 Bowling Analysis.—Armstrong took 3 wickets for. 57 runs, Crawford 5. for ■60, Mailey 1 for 42 and Noble 0 for 23. Australia. ;First Innings ... ..._ ... ... 654

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AUSTRALIA v. CANTERBURY., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8808, 3 March 1914

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AUSTRALIA v. CANTERBURY. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8808, 3 March 1914

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