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Teams representing Fairiield and Temperance Cricket Clubs met on the Domain Oval on Saturday afternoon It was a bowlers' day and the scores were small, Fairfiold, with a score of bB, haying an advantage of 10 runs on tJie nrst innings. -Temperance did better m their second attempt, and though the light was bad, had knocked together 55 for the loss of three wickets, when stumps were drawn Following are the scores:— -! Temperance. First Innings. ■ C Andrews, run out ... ' 15 W. Andrews, ]bw, b Davison Z 20 E. McShen-y,-. b Davison - 2 H. JOckleshaw, v Smith, b Blaclde 5 J. Readhead, c.Callaway,-b Davison:..i.^'.-' '...■'■■ ■ \ -__ ■ _ q H. Watson, b Davison ..'. .",.' '" 5 Ban. Fitzgerald, b Davison .?: '7~ 1. H. Fungb, b Davison ... > ... 0 H. Frew, b Davison ... .;; ..'. g W. Rands, not out " '. 0 Sundries \ 5 "" Tola] ... ... & Second Innings. G. McKenzio, not out ... „-. ..". 29 C. Andrews, b Muldoon . ." ... 17 H. Ockleshaw, b Muldoon \ 0 W. Andrews, b ])avison ... ... 0 Sundries ...- ... 9 Total (for three wickets) ... s~> Fairfiold. „ ■ First Innings. K. Hall, b Watson- 3 T. Harold, b Readhead 22 J. Willis, h Watson 2 H. Callaway, b Watson 4 S. Garforth', b.Eoadhead 13F. Davison, h. Watson H IW. Muldoon, noL out ■• . . 0 H. Blackie, b Readhead 5 T v Smith, b Watson .'. 0 G. Franklin, 1) lleadhead 0 J. Flahuvin, run out 4 Sundries 4 Total 68

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FAIRFIELD v. TEMPERANCE., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8813, 9 March 1914

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FAIRFIELD v. TEMPERANCE. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8813, 9 March 1914

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