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QUOIT MATCH.

« [From a Little Akaloa Correspondent] A quoit match was played in the WftitaDgi Hall, Little Akaloa, on Saturday evening last between teams representing Duvauchelle and Little Akaloa, which resulted in a win for the local champions by 44 points. Tbo game was 50 points up at the 9ft. length. The derails of the scores were as follows: — DUVAUCHELLE. 0. Dack ... 51 R, Johnstons 50 D. McKay 87 D. Hayward 37 Wai. Cossar 53 J. Pettigrew. 36 K. Pettigrew ... ... 39 J. Dack ... ... ... 52 B. Holt ... 40 T. Wakelin... ' 34 429 LITTLE AKALOA. F. Waghorn ... ... 48 R Waghorn 40 A. Shuttleworth ... ... 52 V Hunter 50 V. Craw 41 ('. Shuttleworth '50 Cr. Waghorn ... ... 50 T. Marshall... 45 J. Swift 50 W. Priest ... 52 473 Ilofe interest centred round the con tesr, as these teams have met on twe previous oocoasions when each teaix secired a win. The game played on Saturday night now places tbe Little AX iloa champions one game ahead The contest was played in the best oi spn-ifc and good fellowship, and every ono thoroughly enjoyed themselves It was decided to hold a return matct next Saturday evening at Duvauchelh Bty. Mr F. Gilbert, on behalf of Little Akaloa, announced the results of the sc >res, which were received witfc applause. Mr B. Pettigrew, the worthy cap tafn of the Duvaucbelle sports, re Bonded, and promised the loca champions a solid defeat next Satur d: Jy . Mr A, H. Mclntosh also spoke, am extended a welcome to - the Duvai chelle team.

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QUOIT MATCH., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4410, 7 July 1914

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QUOIT MATCH. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4410, 7 July 1914

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