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Last Saturday evening, a team consisting of ten players, journeyed from Duvauchelle's to toe Pigeon ifay aide echool, where they mt-t the local Fporti for the second time dining the winter Duvauehelle's scoring a victory on boh occasions, winning the first match by 130 points and the match last Patuiday night by 121 p tints. Neither team was rppreseuud in full strength, Pigeon Bay suffer ng most in that direction.

The game was over at 10. p.m. Patriotic songs, recitations, and other songs were kept going merrily until mid-night; when ail joined together and sang God Save the King. The iocal team intertained the visitors at an excellent cupper. Mr Pettigrew thanked the visitors for the friendly spirit in which the game had been played, remarking that it was only a matter of time before Pigeon Bay would come out on top, they had improved 9 points since the last match. . Mr R. Petti' g> ew responded, and all wended their way home having spent a moht enjoyable evening t Followin? are the scores — Pigeon Bay. Duvauohelle. W. Wilson 50 G. Hayward 46 A. McKay 50 J. Ptttigrew 50 W. McKay 17 J. Daok v 63 T. Duibury 50 C. Dack 42 D Kingston 50 T. Wakelin . 36 ■•<. McKay! 50 C. Pettigrew 35 J, D'ixbury '26 C. Barwick 68 S. Wallace 16 R. Johnstone 53 W. Soott 31 D McKay 51 H. Pc-ttigrew 38 W. Cosear 55 378 499

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QUOITS., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 4425, 1 September 1914

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QUOITS. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 4425, 1 September 1914

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