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On Thursday laßt a very enjoyable matoh was played at Duvauchelle betwpe i the Little River and home team 3. As the second innings waa not completed, it was counted a one innings match, Duvauchelle winning by 193 runs to 58. The visitors were entertained to luncheon at the Somerset Hotel, Duvauchelle, and tbe ladies kindly provided afternoon tea. Tha day's play was enjoyed by all, and the rain in the afternoon only interfered with the game fm a few minutes. W. Hawkins ouried bis bat, scoring 80 runs, Following are the score?: — DUVAUCHELLE. W. Hawkins, not out 80 E. Giddens, b F. Coop W W. Shadbolt, run out 2 Priobard. b F Coop Jj J Giddens, o and b F Coop .. •• 0 P. Giddens, o Radford b F Coop .. • • 2 F. Williams, c J Jamieson b Reed .. 7 T. Maaefield, o Bamuels b Radford .. 51 L, Barwick b Jamieson « E. Latter b Radford j» C. Marshall, lbw b F Coop *•> Extras d 193 LITTLE RIVER. r\ Coop, b P. Giddens 2 E. Samuels, c E Giddens b Priohard .. 14 J. Jamieson, b Priohard 1 J. Sooullar, b Priohard 7 D. Manson, c Marshall b Priohard .. 5 G. 8- Radford, b P Giddens .. .. 0 H. Reed, b Priohard 6 Gillman, o Hawkins, b Masetield.. .. 14 C. Ferguson, c Shadbolt b Masefield .. 0 0. Stanbury, b Priohard 1 J. K. Jamieson, not out 0 Extras 8 58

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CRICKET., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3471, 19 January 1915

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CRICKET. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3471, 19 January 1915

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