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CRICKET.

KAITUNA V. AKAROA.

The first match played between the two above clubs took place at Akaroa on Saturday. Both clubs were without their full strength, but a good game resulted in a win for the Kaituna players by 72 in a one innings match. Wilkins won the toss for Akaroa, and put Eaituna in. Barnes was caught between the wickets in the fifth ball of the first over. J. Jamieson took his place, and he and E. Harris hit freely until Jamieson was bowled by a good ball from Maeefield A. G. Jamieson and Harris then took the score to about 30, when E. Harris hit bis wickefcß The following combination, A. G. Jamieson and 8. C. Harris broke up tho Akaroa bowling, the former making 21 rung and the latter 33. F. Coop, the Kaituna captain, made 22, and Petrie 16, and the inning 3 closed for 139, after about three and a half hours play. Masefield and Wilkina were the most successful bowlers.

S. C Lo'ievre and \V. Jacobson openrd for nnd made a fair stand until Jncobson was caugbt in the slips by A. G Jamieson. Masefield followed, and had the misfortune to be caught before adding to the ecore. Dnnoell and Lelievre added four or five rung when the latter hit one up to K. Parkinson, who made a fine catch at cover point. Wilkins and Donnell added eleveh runs before the former wag run out Tbe wickefca then frequent intervals, and the side was disposed of for 67 in about two hours' play, the visitors thus winning by 72 runs. E. Haines wae tbe most successful bowler for Kaituna. Following are the scores :— KAITUNA. E, Barnes, c and b Wederell .. .. 0 E. Harris, hit wicket b Masefield .. 13 7. Jameson, b Mesefield ~ ~ ~ 8 A G. Jamjeson. lfaw b Wilkins .. .. 21 S. C. Harris, o Perrin b Wilkins .. .. 33 F Coop, lbw by Masefield 22 H. Petrie, 6 Perrin b Wilkins . - .. 16 X, Parkinson, b Wilkins .. .. .. 0 — Newton, b Wilkins .. .. .. 0 — Poff, b Crawshaw 2 L. Coop, not out .. ' .. ■. .. 1 Extras 17 139 AKAROA. W. Jacobson, o Jamieson b Harris .. 10 S. Lelievre, c Parkinson bP. Coop .. 18 T, Maseiield, o Pofi b Harris .. .. 0 E. Donnell, run out .. .. ..10 H. Wilkinp, c Coop b Pet:ie 5 X, Perrin, b J. Jamieson 2 H, Forster. bA. G. Jemießon .. .. 1 P. Wederell, bE. Harris .. ".. .. • 7 H, Crawshaw, b Barnes 3 S. Hayward, b E. Harris 1 D. Adams, not out 0 Extras .. 10 67 LADIES' MATCH,

An iofcsreoMrjg game was played on the Akaroa Recreation Ground last Thursday between teams representing Akaroa and Barry's Bay. Akaroa went in first and made 45 runs. Barry's Bay followed with 26; but in the second inning? Barry's Bay made 61 to Akaroa's 45, so that Akarc a only won by the narrow margin of 8 runs. Following are the scores : — AK&ROA. First Innings. N. Lelievre, run ont .. .. . t 1 W. Lelievre, cM, Hawkins bE, Pettigrew 4 M. Fergus, c and b X Latter .. .• 10 ti, Jacobson, b R. Newton .4 I. Taylor, b B. Pettigrew .. .. ..5 L. Lelievre, b R Newton.. .. •• 1 S. Lei eyre, stp R, Newton .. ..8 M. Jacobson, bE. Pettigrew .. .. 0 L. Yangicni, run out 3 P. Hammond, not out 2 M. Piper, bE. Pettigrew .. .. .. 1 Extras .. .. .. .. •■ .. 6 Total 45 Second Innings. N. Lelievre, bE. Pβ tigrew .. .. C W, Lelievre, bE. Pettigrew .. . • 2 M. Fergus, bR. Newton .. .. .. 1 B. Jacobson, runout .. .. ..0 I. Taylor, b.E. Pettigrew 8 L. Lelievre, run out .. .. .. 1 S. Lelievre, lbw b R Newton .. ..10 M, Jacobson, bE. Pettigrew .. .. 11 L. Vangioni, bE. Pettigrew .. .. 1 D. Hay ward, bE. Pettigrew .. .. 2 M. Piper, not out 0 Extras 3 Total 45 BARKY'S BAY. First innings. E. Latter, run out 1 A. Pettigrew, lbw bB. Jacobson .. .. 0 I. Newton, b W. Lelievre 11 E. Pettigrew, b B. Jacobson .. ..3 M, Hawkin?, hit wicket .. .. .. 1 L. Paton, b B. Jacobson 5 L. Newton, bW. Lelievre .. .. 0 N. Henning, bB. Jacobson .. .. 0 I. Hawkins, b I. Taylor 1 J. Donagh, b B. Jacobson 0 A: Stewart, run out 0 Extras .. .. 4 Total .. 26 Second Innings. A. Pettigrew. b W. Lelievre .. ..5 K. Latter, b I. Taylor 2 I. Newton, bW, Lelievre .. .. .. 1 E, Pettiprew, bW. Lelievre .. .. 0 M. Hawkns, bB. Jacobson .. .. 10 L. Paton, b B, Jacobson 7 L. Newton, b W. Lelievre *• 10 N. Henning, b W. Lelievre .. ..6 J Hawkins, bW. Lelievre .. .. 7 J. Donagb, bB. Jacobson -. 1 A. Stewart, not out 0 Extras 12 Total .. CI

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CRICKET., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4365, 20 January 1914

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CRICKET. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4365, 20 January 1914

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