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CRICKET.

"■''-■ -'-',"f season was concluded ■** lOCal the Anal round m » c sllore by Eden A. PoasonW eas T,, over Grafton, and Sity | UW-'W'FZ-L the championship:T**.con.petlnS *»

FIRST GRADE. _ cm.'v."OTIVfiRSITT. ' t TTnivereitr continued their #i&. <» XI- llg ht was very bad Sgnioon. ■ ™JL 1?.,, suffered through tie r" 111 - „,,- m m their first innings Severalty ■ »f££-f ,£re™drawn City lost d before stninp k who was for ». *% a who ia d not ?5 not -:eot,.'Ma «. « N v & McComack. wntoi and lnnlngs **feW* Graham was xuc most debowler He took four wickets « W # V l,?. and Fenwlck four for .<5. '*£&« innings realised only 1 and Fisher 11 not out, beRf^Sborers. W. Harvie and wickets. Harvie took C 065 Mdl Cossey four for 31. ilvejor 16 rons to win. City innings, sending commenced J» e £. to the wickets. The »WS Dettman to £?«« *5 whacked away for the necesC ~^r£"and the match was thereupon SST,»* ™ re the scores: - ---; usiTßßSrcr.-Fiist Innings 6L ClTY—Ftat Innings . r Harvie, b Fenwick g aSm, c Wallas, b Graham ........ 36 Hetney, b Fenwick . ° ScConnack, not out 38 Daflley, h Graham , a HellaHy. h Fawcett * COTitayne, D Graham , 0 W Harvie, b Graham o B.'Sell, b Fenirick J iitier, h-Fenirfck i Extres ...»•• 1V

' irotal - 116 Bowling Analjsis: Fenwlck 4 for 35, Robto ™ 1 lor 2VFawc f tt 1 for 80, Graham 4f0r10,-JMobSenOfor 10. 'UKTVEB^TY. —Second Innings. Botoßon, c Conrtayne, b Cossey 2 Elllvltw. b Harrie 0 Wallace, b Cossey 13 Jacobien, c Daflley, b Cossey 8 Gray, c Conrtayne, b Harvie 0 Graham, thrown ont 6 Fawcett, cHfillaby, b Harvie 0 Dettaan, o 8., Sell, b Harvie 0 Bobertshaw, b. Cossey 1 Fisher, not ont. - 11 Fenwici, c Dadley, b Harvie 6 Eitras ...•;— 10 Total » BY Bowling Analysis:. W. Harvie 5 for 16, Coaey4 ror 31. -. ClTT.—Second Innings. .TF- Harylfi,,not ont... - 0 Cossey, -not'- ont i r .-.;.. -.'..« 3 ' PABSELb v.' GRAFTON. The match between Parnell and Grafton was resumed on the Domain. Parnell made 131 In their flrst'~innings. In a bad light and o ni ivet wicket Grafton took the pitch. The' Innings proxlded a very poor display ot cricket. S. P. Jones and E. Horspool opened tie batting. The first ■wl&et tell.hefore.a scoreTjiad been made, Eraspool. being ciea'a bowled by Falrburu's third ML Jones only made a couple and the secdnd wicket fell for .9. The best Btand.waa between the sixth, and seventh wlcfcfe,-what 38 runs were added to the Kore... Mason. 11, B. Sloman 17. and D. Hill £2 were tie only batsmen to make double Jjß*; The innings closed for 79 runs. fi™Lf° ™ had state of the gronnd and the ttrhigllghtithe- match waS not conxtanri further,. and Parnell thus won by S runs. Mowing were the scores;—

PARNHLE.— Ist innings, 13L GBAJTOX.— First Innings. I' v things, b Fairburn 2 t. Horspool, b Fairburn ..' 0 «-|J? Mn *''s Somerrine ' b Fairburn 11 »:. S o4ll ' IBarrr.1 Barr r. b Falrbnrn 17 Ber. Eeere, b A Kerr i P. Horspool, run out. o H"H §"t!«n<l, b Kerr .....CCA. 1 fS< Sale, b Fairburn .. 32 C L Butjj&i? no t ont H Extras- ...... * ""• ~

stfai ...1......;.:. ~ °* Etchings, none

. SQBTH SHOBB V. EDEN nmite-r^f n ' attracted a fair , Possession of SfSj ♦ Ede ? held ;-■ to win. .Th" is!,.* 1 10 ° ruas required mMM i md '? m h threatcnln e rain. Wwlhwct Jack*™ S 7*J? ftt <-' ln B the JtdooKu tt?w anfl Ha Men. When fictet, -Vftrth ShSl'l ST , sot Murdoch's the ««£*« sfci^&F? 1 *!. 7 U »« with n«: Smith miSt. ? }™ 1 then MiUs J%rfaeareM«™ st^ i The r wisely Kit X wtei md l runs caffl e slow«ore,'s%StoSi tf l i ?}*Z *? *a» „,.P le ,,. bowlerß efforts Bmltt *? minutes later au sSnin» "t, North Shore KESoI-W ffS- t SeC ° n ? drfeat 0f the "sumed. The SSlr*., * play was soon Snithw aS caLM?^ drc , a f hed 190 when » ES-ugat at the wickets off Bush. ||§£frßt Innings (continued). A 6tumps gßte^*?* ta « si W*BfcteL- bi Hadden .".■.•.■. 8 | penee ' •••'••'•* i TEAtia- ...■■ ..."" 1* ' tr^ te .' i<SEix wl <*<*b 230 Bridges and Stephens did not

EDEN COLTS. 4 at Victoria J« tbeS Innfa« brs^ pe ? ormancE closfUlea- for m S L Stt ***** had toioubt S 1 ™ 18 lßSll e was never ** Sain ,W ? oa the Wo-foTSS; S™ resulted in a two-point m lk2T i 7' Eden Colts made 171 L? L % freqaent h!ts for SP fonts! \mk,. c «f ourß ' , Al «ander Hlnes threi f ™ ttree fours, and {; ; '-.-'. PONSONBY—333. B. W > EDEX COLTS. ?-TajlJr s r- R^, T n a nah, b. W00d5.... o * Zander .LR^h, 011 ' b " J 18 I*• Hlaes 1w 0b K Mon ' b ' Gavin.... 21 %m£gj B v b *-. b - wute i\ \t fm out ' I'>-*,'l.. -White H ifcb.wwte :: ••••••■ j i fe?§^ot ;^-::;:::::;;;: 3 « G

; -bS for wlt *ets. 15 £' U 00 * 3 ' two'w'lckets l§) M cCoy miffi wickets for 42 ?<»«sfor42:rSs- R„r ns: Gavln ' three g nnu. "-.-mns, Hobson, o wickets for

■ " *?■ ■' **& ss yorth fflo» •;: u. Edea A —-•';.. ,11 BJea?gp-'l -11 0tr ***" 11 Grafton ..-••• _- u ponsoBir --'. ■ u pfllrersliy. r _ a > o "■* 9 6 6 5 4 3 -J . I 4 4 5 6 6 7 8 & C3 0 o 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 5"S 5w o 23 16 14 13 12 10 8 6

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CRICKET. Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 81, 5 April 1909

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