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ATHLETICS.

(By Telegraph.—Own Correspondent) PAEROA, Saturday, .. A 440 yards match between E. McGeehan and J. Irwln, for £20 a-sli'.e, was run today on the racecouse. McGeehan won easily. E. Cock was starter, and A. Fielder judge*. THE OTAGO MEETING. (By Telegraph.—Special to "Star;**) DUNEDIN,: Saturday. Arnst was palpably out of form anil fajled to qualify for the finals In the two event 3 in which he took part, viz: one mile handicap and Otago wheel race. Principal results were:— ,One Mile Cycle Handicap.—Harris, JlS.rds. 1; Dennis, 120 yds. 2; Cusack, 33yds, 3. Won by forty yards, Time, i.insn. 12 sees. 220 Yards Amateur Handicap.—Potter, 8 yds, 1; Small], syds, 2; L>ansey, 3yds, 3. Won by six Inches; a yard dividing second and third. Time. 23 3-o sees. Sheffield Handicap. 135 Yards.—White. 12 yds, 1; Sanson, 31yds. 2: Trembath : 3iyds, 3. Won by a foot, with Trerubuth six inches behind Sanson. Time, 13sftc. Otago Wheel Hace. 2 nill^s.—Belcher, 350 yds, 1; Cusack, 05yds, 2; Bennls, 165 yds, 3. Wno easily. Time, smln. 3se^, 220 Yards Cash Handicap.—Chalmers 8 yds, 1; Smith, 13yds, 2; Wright, 7yds, 3. Time, 23sec. Half-mile Cash Handicap.—White, 55yds, 1; Lore, 60yds, 2; Kny, 35yds, 3. Trembatb. (scratch), and Chalmers UUyjls) were upplaced!

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ATHLETICS. Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 63, 15 March 1909

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