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CRICKET.

LANCASTER PARK BENEFIT

MATCH

Australia jv. Canterbury,

CIfRISTCHURCH, March .13.

'Beautiful weather prevailed for Lbo return -match -between Canterbury -asd Smw's Australian team, which'" commenced at Lancaster Frak to-day. Cody and Dolling.stood out oi" the-Australian team and McGie^or top* wickois ior the visitors. ]?ec-se ami "Whitta wtno unable to play, tho C:i:itcv';:vry skipper suffering from tonsiljtis ami Whitt.t J eii)g" out through a?) Moored h:ti:d. Patrick was npporiiod to i<ad the loi'Jjl team ;;nd Ci'j'gill .u,u ii«_al»filled the gaps. l*at j'ick v. 0.1 the io-s and Woods and • Caygiil wont to open. Canterbury's rinin^s. Crawford at'ic-v having W/ih batsmen 70 trouble boy. Jed Woods wn.ts the lihh ball of his hn-t ov»r. 1 —1—0. J-lickraoit filled tho ':.i]> Mid in Civvyi'ovd's third ovor he diojjjH*'! a striiiifj-i one on to Cnygill's too :::ki szm, i:iri Ib.w. B— 2— B. Hwl.i kiliov.r «. i'ft'ckinott -was not tiii'i-i«4 tliPin T.-.i well and piosontiy li.< liMr/ 1 Cr.'iv.i'or-1 hard to Trnmper ai niki-oil. l.'J—•">—3. Patrick joined Boal. .\- .% Moiky^ replaced Armslro.ny. Beat's })laced oi?o to .short-leg from Xoblo ;u;J V^aCdy snapped up a remni-h.i; U< 'osiirtccar". -10—4—17. Sandmo." j'f'ii.ic'vd 1..s skipper. Runs c.inn ruwj and at 5! .\]-ni«.trong replaced I.' 0.-<o Ir.i"-di-ed up for 02 miru- t p=.' viny. The l.i^t •"30 had come fcr ji^t oiu 1 '20 minutes play and each 'jrtlsuij'-j «n,, ?o At 108 Lover took the IHi fiom Nobl^. Patrick JTrtta- L; Vcv w> xhr o.i-bour..]-nry, rcichinp, 40 n'-'l <-c-»«M"j; 120 isp. Sandman got to .'0 ii, "0 mi'iutP'. Patrir-k i-oachcd -ifl v. hh n. lovo/t straight drive. Tt I;:k". ..i^ri him P0 minutr^. Srtndm?M vroppi -1 f L'ros«! i/> o?i oir Iwll from Ai'iVM/h;:^ Ti-r a aqu.-r-o leg Jut and chopped >v to "is wipkc t . 147 —5 —6. The pariiit j-hio put t"» 107 vmis in 68 m-nno^. Fiinhop follow cd Patrick. He J-fiw' 'Ai ni«"ro7iK to mifl-off. whom Ti'mr-ncv , rmide (•atdi. 172—6—78. Pkti-VT: liaxiw! jnst> initlci tvso hoiiis f^rhon > \vf. ; the in-jioc'T. Bi:,ho?j Ffin 1 /irPTstvout: nearly to the off fevo, vlioro Wadfly broiigbfc off a vnry f.-io eaicb. 197—7—J4. Monfgb:.'i urn nfxt. The second ''ontury vohl irp foz v Ifi3 mln,n/e r->' play. In Aimnvoig's ovc-r Cfir'to'i wo'it out foi a liit> and ili"i bowled. 223—5—26. Br.-inett pat-;-noird MoiiapJwn f.~-il 1.r.0r «topned v. ! strai«ht m»c with }>k pa-1 and \vk<! l.b.w. 2-J2—9—2l. B< \.hall wos tr.o hist man. Tho fii-rT ball oi Crav?ford's. next over bonr 1-^nott all tho way nnd the hniinjrs «lo<-ej] aitor throo hours 25 minutes' ulay.

Waddy and Co'linr; ,opened for tho visitors, Be3inetb s ;-pad . Cjarlton beiogi, the bowlers. 1 In^Carlton's second' ovfer Waddy survived a confident appeal foyi l.b.w. At 35 Monagh-ni, i*ep3aced B«Si?----nett and'in the. first over Beat Wnddy. badly, the ball: just iiiispiiig; the .wif-Rei^ Bennett .went 9 at-" the other, 'end: Fif W went up in 3'B'mivuites;. At >53 SancTman replaced Bennett, Stumps were drawn shortly after.

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CRICKET., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8818, 14 March 1914

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CRICKET. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8818, 14 March 1914

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