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CRICKET.

LITTLE RIVER v. EVERY-

BODY'S.

Everybody's team visited Little River on Thursday, and played a most enjoyable match with tbe local club, being most hospitably entertained. Everybody's batted first, and made 261 (H. Waters 68, T. Carlton 53, W Gropp 48, P. Rawson 17, H. Overton 16, J. Savage 15, and W, Mitchell were tbe double figure scorers). Little River made 181 (E. Bamuei 32, E. Mules 49, H. French 12). The most successful bowlers were :—For EveryWaters and Carlton; for Little River, J Tint.

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CRICKET., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3516, 25 January 1916

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CRICKET. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3516, 25 January 1916

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