IMPORTANT FIXTURES IN CbUUSTCHUIICfI.
The Ashburion Entrants
The Maddison trophy competition, which carries the single handed championship of the Christchul-ch Centre, will be played on the Christcimrdi green to-morrow, commencing at noon. The Ashburton Club will be represented by its champion, David Campbell, who has won the Maddison trophy on two previous occasions, though he failed to compete last year by reason of the fact that H. ' C. Craighead wrested the local championship from him then.
On Saturday on the St. Albans green a start will ibe made with the Christchurch'Centre's champion of champions doubles, which will be concluded on the following Saturday, play commencing each day at noon. The following is the draw:—Kaiapoi plays Opawa, Papanui plays Dunsandel, United plajs Ashburton, St. Albans plays Sydenham, Rangiora plays Sunnyside, "Canterbury plays Christchurch, Edgeware plays Linwopd, Sumner a bye. J. T. M. Priest (skip) and W. H. Higgins, the winning pair in the necessary preliminary competition to determine the local premier pair, will represent Ashburton.
I The Centre's champion of champions i rink competitions will be played on Marcli 21 and 28, but the, green has not yet'been arranged. The. following, is the draw:—Sydenham a bye, United plays Leeston, Ashburton plays Papa- J nui, Sunnyside plays Rangiora, St.' Albans plays' Linwood, Opawa plays' Edgeware, Christchurch plays Canterbury, Kaiapoi a bye. The Ashburton rink is one of the strongest the Club could hope to send out to do battle, consisting as it does of H. C. Craighead (skip), D. Campbell (3), J. D. Stewart (2), and T. M. Clark (1).
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BOWLING., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8809, 4 March 1914
BOWLING. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8809, 4 March 1914
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