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Match Against Southland.


I The cricket raatcii between SoiuhlixA nxiCi Ausr.raii-1 was ooiiciuded to-day in ■■hniiiaiit Moatiier and bufors a lag* attendance, wben the; Austraiijins in'their Srst innuigs compiled 709 nms before they were disposed of. The feature of th,e batting was -the fine display of Trumper, who scored freely all round the wickets. He early offered a catch to J>. Hamilton, but _it was not accepted. A singular fact is that today no batsmen were bowled. The gate takings totalled for the two days £102. The wicket wore .well, and the Australians say that it is equal to any played on during the tour. 'To-night the Australians were the guests of the Southland Association at supper. The following are the scores:— Southland. First Innings 158 Australia. First Innings.McGregor., b Doig ..: 7 Mailey, b Bannerman ' 13 Dolling, Ibw, b ivavanagh 34 Sims, c John Hamilton, b Kavan■agh .. ... ... ...... 3 Cody, c A. Hamilton, b' Doig ... 107 Collins ,c Doig, b Bannerraan ... 118 McKenzic, c Jas. Hamilton, b Bannerman „ :' 11G Trumper, c J. Hamilton, b Poole 211 Armstrong, c Bannerman, b Groves 33 | Crawford, c Irwin, b Poole ... ... 33 i Noble, not out ... ... ... 141 Extras ... 20! I Total ... „: ... 709 ( Bowling Analysis.—Groves took one j wicket for 114 runs; Doig, two for 153; Bannerman,. three for 137] Kavanagh, two for 99; Poole, two for! 128; D. Hamilton, none for 30; A. Hamilton,none for 28. The wickets fell as follows:—One for 11, two for 51, three for 85, four for 91, five for 222, six for 339, seven for 500, eight for 611, nine for 687, and ten for 709.

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CRICKET., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8816, 12 March 1914

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CRICKET. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8816, 12 March 1914

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