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BOWLING.

Dialed Umbe « ? f ' nt er-elub matches were results-- Saturda y. with the following . WAITEMATA GREEN, FMth^Swf , •& Ma ßlnness, R. Reed, H. v Vi H i SDeed y- W. Low (skip)—ll, KEMTIEBA GREEN ONBHUKGA V. HEMU-ERA Clarke, Michael, H. Davis ffif lh. Patterson. Wright. Price. Smallbone (skip) -20. %. Green, Hentoul, tfull, Knight (skipj Ranson, Boberton, Hanna, McLean (skip) T (s t ip D ) k lTd *' Whlte ' WHsht - Mc! ler Sh <skln\ C \i C - E \, Scott . Wilkinson. WoolNalder East, Hegmau, G. Court (skip)— 18, v. Friar, (iray, ilaslett, J. Nell csklp),Lennox, Mahoney, Rev. Munro DingJSJO&Aj- Ke,ay - llaslett - wadf ' Spooner, Barstow, Gamble, Hull (skip)— Wrlgin Ga (skiT,)-i4 NOakeS ' Bette "«*. E ' B ' Bodle, Stevenson, Menzles Rev, Beatty (skip)—l7, v. Nellson. Laird. W Court, Bradley (skip)— 23. PONSONBY GREEN. ROCKY NOOK V. PONSONBY. Rocky Nook; Lecce, Eady, Scott, Wakerley (skip)—2l, r. arklna, arris, Crabtree, Coutts (skip)—2o. Pearce, Prickett, Needham, Elllsdon (skip) —26, v. C. llemus, Jones, Langsford, Parson (skip)—ll. College. Newbegln. Hirst, Dr. Moir (skip) —17, v. Graham, Lelghton, Qulnn, Klrker— (skip)—l7. H. Jenkins, Sayers, Bryden, J. Jenkins (skip)—lß, v. White, Hodgson, Buchanan, Court (skip)—lo. Bain, Taylor, Small, Martin (skip)—l6, v. Millnr, Dcwar, Watson, Wells (skip)—la Totals. —Rocky Nook, J8; Ponsonby, 83. FIRST YEAR PLAYERS. Ponsonby. — Abbott, Grelg, Smith, Wetherllt (eklp)—2B, v. Rocky Nook—Williams, Swales H. W. Taylor, McGregor (skip)—2o. AT ROCKY NOOK GREEN. Dntton, Gladding, Stormont, Kayes (skip) 17, v. Oldham, Burows, Martin, McLeod (skip)— 23. Wheeler, Knight, Taylor, Ayles (skip)— 16, v. W. Darby, Fairs, Roney Gorman (skip)—2s. McLeod, Grlbble, Alexander, Butler (skip) —18, v. Crowe, Craig, Becroft, Baddllcy (skip)—l7. / Morton, H. Jenkins, Manson, Bousklll (skip)— 24. v. "Substitute." Dr. Owen, H. Heinus, Snedaen (skip)—l2. Thorpe, flail. White. Hodgson (skip)— 20, v. Casey, Cardou, Wetherllt, Gardiner (skip)—l9. Grand total: Rocky Nook, 193; Ponsonby, 170. MOTCJT EDEN GREEN. The following matches were played on Saturday last at the Mount Eden green:— Champion Singles.—Young, 12, v. Cordes, 21; Tutt, 21, v. Miller, 11. Tutt and Miller tied In the C section, and Tutt proved the winner. Club Pairs.—Trayes and Esam (skip), 25, v. J. Smith and Gill (skip), 32; Coe and Hudson (skip), 26, v. May and Mercer (skip) 23. Handicap Singles.—Brimblecombe, 21, v. McGregor, 13. DEVONPORT GREEN. The following is the result of the matches played on Saturday at "the Devonport creen:— Club Pairs.—Mitchell and Tapper, 27, v. Coltm.m and Williamson, IS; Brookes and Raynes, 33, v. Broughton and Anderson, Iβ. ONEHUNGA GREEN. Owing to the Inter-dub match at Bernuera very little piny took place on the Ouehunga green last Saturday, only the following games being decided:— Club Fours.—Robins, Cornish, Whyte, Schuauer (skip), 15, v. Dr. Treeidder, Foote, Brookfleld, Vause (skip), 18. Champion Pairs.—First game of final: Kenny and Shnldrlck (skip). 13, v. H. Yockney and Wright (skip), 21. Handicap Slnglee.—H. T. George, 14, v. A,; Brown. 20; "E. R. Allen, 21, v. E. Wfizht. 22. Champion Singles.—Semi-final: E. Clark, 10, v. G. H. James, 11. E. Clttrk. A. Brown, .md J. Maelett are left In the Hll.ll of the championship, and some keen piny Is antlclputed before the trophy is landed. MOUNT EDEN V. EPSOM. Inter-club mutches between Mount Eden and Epsom resulted as follows:— MOUNT EDEN GKEEN. Mount Eden —Tattereall, ilackie. Garland, Hudson (skip)— 23, v. Epsom—Wright, Owen, W. Smith, Wntkius (skip)—l2. Mouut Bden—Bartley, Laurence. Ross, Mercer (skip)—B, v. Epsom—Andereon, liendell, Harrison, Eagletou (skip)— 23. EPSOM GREEN. Mount Eden—Brnithwalte, Blake. Baker, Hooper (skip)—3s. v. Epsom—Adams, Hill, Wright. \V. Davlns (skip)—l4. Mount Eden—Lewie, (iHtcnby, A. W. Jones, Nowliind (skip)—2o. v. Epsom—A. Smith, MeGowan, Fonblster, Craig (skip)— 21. Totals: Mount Eden, Bti; Epsom, 70. Firet Year Players.—'Mount Eden—Harle Giles, Dlckenson, Chandler, Renwlck (skip) —SO, v. Epsom—Rountree, Browne, Scott, 1 Roberts (skip)—l2. AUCKLAND V. GREY LYNN. AT GREY LYNN GREEN. Aucklnnd —Wilson. Littler, Osmond, Thome (skip)— 32, v. Grey Lynn—Campling, Volkiier, T. Mills, F. Webley (skip)— Auckland—Buttle, Dlddame. J. J. Holland! J. M.'Mpunle (skip)—S), v. Grey Lynn —Gwllliiiin, Burfoot, l'arsous, Wulte (skip) Auckland—Oliphant. J. L. Holland, Crowhurst, Tyler (skip)—2o. v. Grc-y Lynn— Jnmt'R. J. lUrh, Jones, Dimcry. (skip)—l3. Auckland—Mewbiirn, (Jrosliuin, Haruiird, •Tumps (skip)—2l, v. Grey Lynn. Jno. Ferguson, Boyce, J. J. Kich, J. Pascoe (skip) — IC. Totals: Aticklnnd, OS: Grey Lynn, CO. Majority for Auckland. 20. GOLDFIELDS CHALLENGE STARS. (By Telegraph.—Own Correspondent.) ■ PAEROA, Suturday. A competition to decide the winners Oi the Goldflelds Challenge Stars was held nt Paeron to-day, commencing nt 0 o'clock. Two teams each from Paeron, Thames, and Walhl took part in the competition, and one each from Te Arolia nud Karanguhake. Following were the results: — FIRST ROUND. Section A: Paeroa No. 1 (Bromwichskip), 20, v. Waihi No. 2 (R. Vercoe skip). 18. Thames No. 1 (Eusoll eklp), 21, v. Te Aroha (Daulton skip), 18. Section B: Thames No. 2 (Sykes skip), 24, v. Paeroa No. 2 (McWattcrs skip). 17. Karaiignhnke (Jury, «sklp), 25, v. Walhi No. 1 (Samson ekl),), W. SECOND ROUND. Sectiou A: Te Aroha (Daulton skip), 31, v. Paeroa No. 1 (Bromwlch skip./. 18. Thames No. 1 (J. Snsoll skip), 21, v. Waihl No. 2 OR. Vercoe skip), IS. Section B: Karangahake (July skip), 24, v. Pneroa No. 2 (M-cWattere skip), 10. Thames No. 2. (Sykce skip), 32, v. Waihl No. 1 (Samson skip), 10. THIRD BOUND. Section A.—Te Aroha (D'Alton) 23. v. Waihl No. 2 (li. Vercoe) 17; Thames No. 1 (J. Ensoll) 24, v. Paeroa No. 1 (E. BromwiclU TJ. Sectiou B.—Pneroa No. 2 (MeWnttcre) 24, v. Wulhl No. 1 (W. Samson) 12; Ivarangahnke (Jury) 10, v. Thames No. 2 (F, Sykes) 12. In tho pluy-oCE In A section, Thames No. 1 (Eneoll) defeated To Aroha (D'Alton). Thames No, 1 has now to play oil with Karangaliakc for the flnal.

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BOWLING. Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 69, 22 March 1909

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