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On Saturday evening teams representing No. 69 Company Benior Cadets and a team from tbe training ship Amokura fired a match on tbe minature rifle range, Akaroa, tbe Akaroa boys winning by 500 to 289, a difference of 211. The following are the scores. . N Z.T.B. Amokura. Lloyd 13 Stubba ... \.. ... 11 Neale ... — ... 1.8 Parsons ... •... ... 85 Angus 10 Stanley ... - 46 Morrison ... 49 Wells , ... 35 Jensen ... 83 Jinkins 15 Halliday 15 Roberts 24 Total 289 69 Company Senior Cadets T WNewfcoa ,X. ... 56 F Newton ... ... • ... ,58 J Munro ... 58 L Curry ... ... ... 56 F, staples 27 W Hayward 42 0 Barret 40 D Checkley ... 80 D Dodds 31 C Brown 55 G Brown 23 B Youngman 54 • 500 Yesterday afternoon the Amokura came alongside the new wharf to get some freph, water and for the pur pose of holding the annual boat race Captain Hooper and tbe officers aßked a number of residents on board, and the school children were also invited. Altogether, theve was a good turn, out of shore people, and as the weather cleared up brightly the Amokura lopked very gay with visitors from stem ta stern, The first item was tbe boat race. This rapß is between two crews representing the port and starboard watches. It is an annual affair, and the prize is a silver cup. The race has been rowed three years, the wins being starboard 1913, port 1914, port 1915. The crews row two beats in a whaler and a cutter. At tbe end of the first beat the crews change boats - the whaler being the better boat, and the win is taken on time. The starboard crew won by 20 seconds. Tbe following- are tbe crews and particulars :— Port watch. Star, watcb. Williams (cox) Jenkins (cox) Morris Halliday Holden Edwards Willis Lowry Roberts Lloyd Sternlake Btubbs Bacon Lang Neil Heapby Retfcft Hughson lpt heat, port watch—Whaler won by 4sec- Time, 4min 28aec. \ 2nd heat, starboard watch—Whaler \ won by 24sec. Time, smin 3sec. j After the race, the Mayoress, Mrs . G. Armstrong, presented the cup tc ' the winning crew. Mrs Armstrong '■ ales gave out the prizes won at the 1 sports faejd m Auckland. Tbe follow I are the results;—

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MINATURE RIFLE CLUB MATCH., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3529, 21 March 1916

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MINATURE RIFLE CLUB MATCH. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3529, 21 March 1916

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