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CRICKET.

THE AUSTRALIAN TEAM

Match Against Temuka.

(1 'or Press Association.;

TEMTJKA, March 3. South Canterbury won the toss and: elected to bat. The best stand was made by T. W. and J. Lynch, father and son. J. Lynch played beautiful cricket for 4.1, giving no chances. - Lynch, senuior, played .a•:steady -game. ■ Cave played vigorously for 21, including four fours. W. Thomas scored the one sixer'■ of- the day',: lifting one frpm Noble clenr outside the ground. Laver v was treated carefully; and bowled fiv& ■ successive ma idons,; and .-'nine''out of 21 - overs. Generally•;' South. Canterbury's: batting was considered : creditable, seven getting double figures. The innings lasted two and! a-half hours. The ■ ''centuiT was made in .100" minutes.

The Aiisti;fiJi;iii innings opened unpropitiously. Dolling and Layer falling, to Rix, the t>x-C]iristcluirch cricketer. Collins and McGregor then took the score from 16. to 117 \ for the, v.third.'■ wicket. McGregor' riot • out 45 was lucky,' ■. giving a .',number of chances !of ' tfatclies and stumping.; Stumps were* drawn at 5.45. ■ '■'.■■.'■'.. '■ : ';■-•. >,; v. The-following*"are the scores:—^ v .;,; n .' South Canterbury. .. •' '■ '■■''■■ '■ First Innings.-. ■ - /;vr^-s-j^. Cave, viH f'fflackcnzie , ... ... J'..^M- / Hudson, b Mackenzie , ... . ••- .B\'. Don.ohiie, ;b .Mackenzie" ''-... "'.:. : »ft J... r Lynclv, i.v Noble •■ ; .'-.. ::. 11("... 41 Heron, bLnveV ... „.-11 Rix, c Noble, b Luyer , „..._' ;_.. ... ;S(,v 'Temple, c Mackenzie, l> Collins '... 13 T: AVS'fijtnch; b Noble '■.:»;. ... .:: 1? S. O'Callaghan, b Crawford ... . .;, : ;19i Houlihan, c Layer, b" Noble.; 2"; Dewar, >b Ct'awford " : .." .^.' .^-0 Thomas, h Noble• .i. ...;:;.'■ 5S> Ferguson, c Crawfordr ' „;. :... •' a4?^ Bi'psnahan, c and.b Noble ... ... ;4 a "O'Callaghan, not oiit ... .......(*•, •■■■•c'"-:Extras;-";"'\) ' . ■■■ — -... ; ..,', ;1O;; ■...-.•. .'•.■' Total : : _'y'\ '„.;.'.'7..''■'..:;':;>ißo^ The wickets fell:—^One for 25, ttt'b for 25, three.ior 32,; four; for 51, five "; for 58, six for 90, seven for 123^ eight for 134,.nine for 13.6,' ten for 140, eleven for 161, twelve for 171, thirteen for ( ; 180, fourteen for .180. ..;-.-." ,'; .-'/ i :,: v Bowling analysis :-r-Mackenzie, three wickets for 35: runs'; Layer, two for 32; Collins, one for 28; Mailey, none foi- • 18; Noble, five for4l; Crawfdrd, thre'eforiß. ••-: ■ . ■"■• :V\-:-.-:,-:--v:.. ■•'•■■H- -,,•■-„. -.' . Australia. v Firsfc Innings. Collins, b Houlihan 29' Dolling, lbw, b Rix 11 Lnver, b Rix 4 McGregor, not o\it 45 ' Cody, not out 18' Extra* ]Q Total for three wickets ... 117

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CRICKET., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8809, 4 March 1914

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CRICKET. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8809, 4 March 1914

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