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SECOND GRADE.

J.'-wiS-Wnings 36. Second »?"?'• b 2 m!, -J GUmour, 0; D. afc*' 'S-irTV 0 ' S - Dingle b GIW,. «j J B-,„J r ß»er. c Deplne, b i b not out, 37; E. mfct k a IST' 1: H - r i>ott, b :.:.'-' '*** m< «b, at Lepine, b Gil-

mour, 5; C. Hamlin, b Brlerly, 1; R. Barnsdale, b Brlerly, 0; B. Bennett b Brlerly, 0; extras, 10: total, 121.

Gilmour took four wickets for 42 runs; W. Brlerly, five for 40; D. Jack, one for 13. Grafton. —First Innings, 115. Second innings: J. Leplne, lbw, b Barnsdhle, 1; F. Horspool, b Hamlin, 28; H. Totmnn, b Dufaur, 6; .1. Stewart, b Hamii'n, 0; D. Jack, b Hamlin, 4; Horspool, run out, 0; W. Brierly, b Dufaur, 0; Halllwell, lbw, b Hamlin, 0; A. Lawry, not out, 1; extras, 3; total for eight wickets, 43. Bowling analysis: D. Dufaur took two wickets for 19 runs; R. Barhsdale, one for 8; C. Hamlin, four for 18. l Grafton won by two wlcketß. NORTH SHORE A. v. EDEN SECOND. Play was continued at Eden, the home team winning by 14 runs. North Shore played three men short. North Shore A: First innings (continued) —'McNeil not out, 8; Andrews, run out, 18; extras," 8; total, 110.

Eden: 2nd innings.—Clarke, c Coleman, b Townsend, 5 ; Branson, b Townsend, 6; A. H. Freeman, b Townsend, 24 ; J. Mills, st Walker, b Townsend, 6; Alexander, run out, 6; F. Mills, b McNeil, 5; Somervell, not out, 11; C. Freeman, b McNeil, 3; Taylor, b McNeil, 4; MeLtaughlin, b McNeil, 0; Thomas, c Townsend, b McNeill, 2 ; extras. 12; total, 841

Bowling analysis: Taylor, four for 14; Townseud. four for 26.

North Shore A.: Second innings—Coleman, b Somervell, 0; Miller, b Taylor, 0; Holland, lbw, b Taylor, 3; Cerrutty, b Alexander, 21; Andrews, b Taylor, 1"; McNeil, b Alexander, 8; "Walker, not ont, 8; Townsend, b Taylor, 5; extraß, 2; total, 48 Bowling nalysls: Taylor, four for 14; Alexander, two for 13; Somervell, one for 19. PUBLIC SCHOOLS' COMPETITION. A GRADE. Devonport v. Ponsonby (at Devonport).— Devonport, first innings, seven wickets for 115 (Allen 64, Johnson 19, Dacre 14). Pohsonby, flrst innings, 3G; second innings, eight wickets for (5 runs. Bowline for Devonport, Coleburne took seven wickets for 6 runs; Johnson, four for 12; Allen, four for 14. Devonport won by 70 runs la the first innings.

Beresford-street v. Mount Eden (Victoria Park). —Beresford-street. 70 (Jones 25, Condon 13). Mount Eden, 51 (Sims 21). Beres-ford-street won by 19 runs. Bowling for Mount Kden, Burton took eight wickets for 33 runs, and for Beresford-street Jones took seven wickets for 20 runs.

Normal School v. Newton East (Victoria Park).—Normal School, live wickets for 67 (innings declared closed). Newton East, seven wickets for 79. Newton East won by three wickets. B GRADE. Grafton v. Mount Albert (Domain). — Mount Albert, flrst Innings, 9; second inninße, 26. Grafton, flrst innings, 50 (McCowan 14, Holland 12, Caro not out 13). Grafton won by an innings and 15 runs. Pitt-street v. Parnell (Domain).—Pittstreet, 47 (Earlly not out 26). Parnell, 95 (L. Baggstrom 17, Mcßeath 51). Parnell won by 48 runs.

Remuera v. Napier-street (Domain). — Remuera, 50 (Chisholm 15). Napier-street, 42 (Dye 10, Oleson 12). Remuera won by eight runs. OTHER MATCHES. EXPRESS CO. V. PLASTERERS' UNION. Express Company (first Innings), 36; Plasterers' TJulon (flrst Innings), 105. W.Y.M.I. V. HILL AND PLUMMER. W.Y.M.I. (flrst Innings), 99; Hill and Plummer. 70 for sis wickets. Birkenhead v. Mayfield: This match resulted In a win for Birkenhead, who made 167 (Riddell, 123, not out). Mayfleld's flrst Innings closed for 40 (Langsford, 20).

Sunday Schools, Seniors v. Juniors: The juulors made 97 (Baker, 37), and the seniors 11 for no wickets.

Northcote v. Arawa.—This match resulted in a draw. Northcote closed their flrst Innings after six wlcketß had fallen, for 17S (Hunt 63, Nullie 42. Mountlfield 19). McConnell took two wickets for 31, M. Kelsen one for 47, H. Harvey one for 28, and Baker one for 33. Arawa had made 54 for seven wickets when stumps were drawn (D. Haresnape 17 not out, McConnell 14). Arblaster took four for 27, and Smith three for 24.

Arawa have decided to give the match to Northcote. Northcote and Birkenhead now play off the final of the supplementary round. - -

Macklow Bros. v. Brotherhood.—Macklow Bros., flrst Innings, 51 (E. Glogosky 13, J. Rees 16). Brotherhood, flrst Innings, 105 (Wheatly 52, Gosnell 27). Bowling for Brotherhood, Wheatly took sis wickets for 27; Fisher, two for 24; Kasper, two for 0. Bowling for Macklow Bros., W. Smeed, five for 32; H. Whymah, five for 34; J. Rees, none for 24. The feature of the match was tlie splendid exhibition of -wicket keeping given by Early (Macklow Bros.), who stumped fire and also caught one behind the wickets.

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SECOND GRADE. Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 81, 5 April 1909

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