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The, match wps resinned to-day in fino weather. The wicket ami outfie/d were fast. Waddy and Collins continned batting. At 70. Waddy hit oral, to Monnghan, and was clean bowled by a good break ball. 70—1 —41. Mailey joined Collins.'-1 but scoring was slow, Monaghan and Bennett. both bowling well. At 82 Monaghan caught and howled "Mailcy. whose score was 3. 82—2—3. At 93 McKenzie hit Monachal! to cover (Bishop), who returned sharply. Monaghan knocking 1 the bails off, and nearly running McKenzie out. A single from McKenzia brought ;jp the eentuiy. when Sandman went >it in place of Bennett. Mailey reached 50 with a leg boundary off Sandman. At 108 Carlton relived Monaghan, and Beal went on at 13S at rhe pavilion end. Play was then suspended for t?no luncheon adjournment. 1 Following are the scores:— 1 , Canterbury. 1 First Innings. F. Woods, b Crawford 0 E. Ft. Caygill, l.b.w. Crawford ... 8 R. Q. Hickmott. c Tmmper b Crawford 3 C. B.'-Boal, c Waildy. 1) Crawford L.7 W. R. Patrick, c Triimpor. b, Armstrong , 73 D. Sandman, b Armstrong. 01 H. A. Bishop, c YYaddy. b Armstrong ' 14 T. Carltou, b Armstrong 26 H. W. Mouaghart, Ib.w., b Armstrong ... *. 2} J. Ti. Bennett, b Ci'.-:wford '10 C. Bcxshall, not out 'JO Extras TO Total 253 Bowling:—W. \V. Armstrong 90 rixnsi for 5 wickets. J. N. Crawford 51 for 4, AI. A. Noble 4 for 1, A. A. Mailey S7 for none, F. Lavor 36 for none. Australia. First Innings. Waddy, b Monaghan' 41 Mailey, c and b Mailcy b . Collins, not ouL Bfi McKenzie, c Boxshall, b Bcanctt... 30 Layer, not out 0 Extras J_ Total for throe wickets ... 107

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TO-DAY'S PLAY., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8818, 14 March 1914

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TO-DAY'S PLAY. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8818, 14 March 1914

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