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LITTLE AKALOA V. DUVAUCHELLE. On Saturday evening a team of Duvauohelle quoit champions visited Little Akaloa to try conclusions with the local sports. The contest was held in, the •'Waitangi" Hall, and after some very even and hard fought games, the local performers proved viatoriou's At-the 9ft length, the scores were—Littla .Akaloa3Bß, Davauohelle3Bl. At the 15ft length the local champions showed unmie , takably their superiority by winning by 37 points. The arrangements madtf for the eon teat were 40-up at the 9ft length?, and 10 up at the 15ft lengths. Details of the games are—' ■■ ■■.■'-. . ■. •

'iandi|tiridus'^Aatta ; thojroufchlyyi en j dyjng: i t hemsetyes; cbribjusibn: of,thevgames'fsbnges=wereiicontribnted;byiMessrsO. Wakelin and; S.'Gil*.bert,;, arid recifetions were given % Messrs'" B. Pettigrew andS; :i ; .' ':■■ : : r^; .?.-i ;, Before leaving Mr B. Pettigriw, qrv behalfof the JDuvauohelle team, in a few well chosen words, thanked, the Little , Akaloa team for the pleasant evening they had had, and although they were beaten in the first contest, he ; promised to give them a proper dressing down when Little Akaloa returned the visit to Duvauchelle.

Mr, S. Gilbert, who replied on behalf of Little Akaloa, assured the visitore his men were quite ' prepared to take a beating if Davauchelle could give it them, but in'the meantime they bad a win to their credit. :••';' The evening was most onjoyable, and before the departure of the visitors all joined in the song, " Auld Lang Syne,"

9ft Length. Little Akaloa. Duvauchelle. :. H; Priest 30 H. Cossar 44 A, Shuttlewprth 40 E. Johnson 28 0. Stuittleworth 80 T. Wakelin 40 A:.Ware, 42 O. Wakelin 36 G. Waghoin 42 C. Barwick ' 42 A: Craw ; . 44 G. Hayward 2g V. Craw, 42 D. MoKay 42 P Simons 37 B Holt 42 H. Craw 42 J. Pettigrew 38 P. Waghorn 40 E. Batchelor 41 388 381 15ft Length A Craw , 10 W Cossar 7 A Ware 10 D MoKay ' 4 G WaghorN 10 C Barwiok 7 H Craw 10 B Holt 5 V Craw < 10 E Batohelor ' 1 tfWaghoro 3 T Wakelin 101 P Simons 11 J Pettigrew 0 W Priest 11 0 Wakelin 0 0 8 G Hayward 11 8 Gilbert . 10 B Johnston 11

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QUOIT MATCH., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4395, 12 May 1914

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QUOIT MATCH. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4395, 12 May 1914

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