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• AKAR A PRKBENT V. OLD TIMERS Tα • i'o:lowii g havo been chosen to play for iho pesent iaum in their match against the Oki*Timers on Sat irdny (to-morrow): — G. Season, H. Mosf, W. Pool, T. McGuire, F. BciiK.igway' H. E. Crawahaw, 0. HemiDg way, V. Rhodes. W. Jaoob3on, V. Armstrong, Beatiie, L Am st oa{', Macphail, S. Staples, S. Hammond. Rimtjeucfeß— L. Kearney, J. Lelievre, 0. Fa;ris. lENINSULA REPRESENTATIVE MATCHES. ' The Match Sub oommittee of the Center bury Kugby ÜBion, at its messing on Tuesday, recommended that a Sonior repreeenta tive team should play a Penimula representative teem »!■ Little River; that a Senioi representative team should play Ellesmere ai Leeeton; that a Junior represf ntative teatr play Malvern at Kir wee; and that n Junioi no :t ye team should play Ashburtor at Ashburton. It recommended also th«t or aooouni of the extraordinary expe'ndituve / this year,'no matohea shoulJ be played it Dunedin, Burunui and Abaroa. The rep«r was adopted, PENINSULA COMPETITION Star meets Te Kotahitanga at Little Rivei to-morrow in the Peninsula competition and Okain'e meet Little Akaloe at Okain'e.

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FOOTBALL., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4409, 3 July 1914

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FOOTBALL. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4409, 3 July 1914

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