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cr?^' lls^*? P lace on m ost of. v the on afternoon, although the mI.H-1* conditions conslderablv marred pleasure and play. »»•"*.

PONSONBY v. ONEHUNGA. , AT PONSONBY. Ponsonby—C. White, M. Fairs, W. Smith niiif ' I J. nsl ,ett, Nelll (skip) 18. (eki D d ) h "S' f iU v er - J " Be «°". G- Webb ac/ 8 (*4) T°B? kes ' Kenny - NlchoUs - s - Atkinson Peacock, Crabtree,-Kirker (skip) wfapj" 2a aUaher ' Lalrd - F - Court - J "»" Totals: Ponsonby, 60; Onehunga, 66.

PONSONBY GREEN. CLUB GAMES, Wetherllt, Barnard, F W Darhv r>n,. man skip)— 29, v. J Hodcson vW § nard Craig, iVatsou f*S& *' Bar - Sneuden UklpT-S- - Abb<>tt ' Fenton ' Coutts > (skto),ios m " S> v ßa 4 en ="' Burrows, S. Lee I. v ' V - A ' Bagnall, H. W. Smith Graham, Parsons (skip)—2s. ° "• FIRST YEAR PLATERS. erUt © V A Fe °ton, 13; H. Weth--11, % °J. Smlth,Ti. W 9: H ' Wetherilt . AUCKLAND GREEN. Ordinary Games: Carmlner, G. C. Gorrie Morgan, Column (skip) 10, v. Dr taaHs Dr S^ eet ' Pr-J Hardle ADr Pabst (skip)? tekiD? r iaH h 'jy.- Ut 8?«- Jennie, Barnard (skip) JO wtlson . Diddams, James

Scott, Thomas, McMaster, A, Little (skip) (skip) 13 '' aena "' Thornes ' Q-'A. Buttli

Zlman, J. L. Holland, Crowhurst, Dingle ,\?\ o 2 „' v - BlOdle ' ™ Y ah, Lambeit, Tyler (skip) 26. '

Go\ er, Pirrle, Mewburn. Coidicutt (skip) 10, v. McDougall, Gresham, Tudehope. Pearson (skip) 12.

Styak and Ledinghnm 10, v. Colthnrst and J. J. Holland 33.

Handicap Pairs (Ilnal): Ryrle and Gilmour 2., boat Allsopp and Donald 24 On the twenty-flrst head they tied, Gilmour laying three in the play-off and winning.

The following teams have been selected to play against New Plymouth on the Auckland Green on Good Friday morning:— Pearson, J. J. Holland, Cailliw, sen., Tyler (skip); McMaster, Elliot, G. A. Buttle, Lambert (skip); Coidicutt, Mewburu, Brookes, James (skip); Eversleigh, Diddams, Osmoud, Dingle (skip). Any members who cannot play are requested to notify the secretary at once. Luncheon will be provided ou the green for ls Od. MOUNT EDEN GREEN. The following matches were played on Saturday:— Handicap Singles: Hudson 20, v. A. W. Joues 23; Brlmblccombe 23, v. Tattersall ,— EDWIN STARS. The following Is the result of the "Edwin stars" match, played at Devonport on Saturday:— Devonport (holders) —Mason, Grattan, Warren, Armstrong (skip)— 23, v. Mount Eden (challengers)—McGregor, Davies, Tutt, Mercer (skip)—l7. CARI/TON GREEN. Championship: Lamb 24, v. Kent 20; Curteis 22, v. Kent 20; Kllgour 24, v. Totmau 15: Curteis 18, v. Lanib 12; Rowe 25, v. Macgregor 24; Fookes 23, v. Haresnape 21; Mills 19, v. Murray 17: Wrathall 21, v. Frayliug 18; Otter 19, v. Lamb 14; Curteis 16, v. Fookes 15; Raynes 22, v. Dr. O'Neill 18; Fletcher 19, v. Mills 18.

President's: Winks 24. v. Pou'ton 23; Kayll 10, v. Fletcher 18; Flower 23, v. Lamb 22; PacHman 16, v. Laurie 14; Murray 16, v. Packman 15; Badeley 24 v. Frayllag 20; Murray 24, r. Badeley 22; Edgcumbe 27, v. Wrathall 26; Curteis 24, v. Gaudlu 21; Packman 19, v. Rowk 18; Goldsmith 21, v. Kent 15; Edgcumbe 24, v. Jaffrey 19; Lamb 27, v. Holmes 21; Packman 20, v. Cutler 17; Laurie 21, •(;. Raynes,, 18; White 20, v. Goldsmith IS; Fookes. *iS; v: Schischka 10.

Consolation: JafCrey 19, v. Winks 14; Pollard 14, v. Schischka 13; Mugulre 17 v. •Macgregor 16; Frnyllng 20, v. Raynes 19; Goldsmltb 23, v. Alf ord lO; l'ollara 22. v. Packman 14; Cottrell 22, v. Fookes 16; Farmer 19, v. Dr. O'Nell 17. Bowlers taking part In the Carlton Club's ■Easter tournament are requested to note that play will commence at 9.30 a.m. sharp on Friday next, and replies to invitations must reach the secretary before four o'clock this afternoon. ROCKT NOOK V. MOUNT EDEN. Rocky Nook: Bain, Colledge, Hirst, Wakerley (skip)—l6, v. Mount Eden: Walker, Fernandez, A. W. Joues, Hudsou (skip)—2l. Suyeis, McLeod, Small, Martin (skip)— 24, v. Rondel!, Dickey, Coe, Hooper (skip)— 20.

Leece. Alexander, Knyes, Butler (skip)— 20, v. Bralthwalte, Cordes, Tattersall, GUI (Skip)—l9. Glnddlng, Prlcttett, Manson, Bousklll (skip)—l4, v. Wooller, Brimblecombe,, Ross, Rankin (skip)—2s. Dutton, Scott, Needham, Moir (skip)— 33, v Gavin, Mnekle, Ferguson, H. O. Brown (skip)—B. White, Jenkin. Bryden, Elllsdon (skip)— 21, v. Little, H. Jones, Miller, Surman (skip)—l7. W. Jenkin, Weston, J. Jenkin, Hodgson (skip)—l6, v. Gatenby, Newlaud, Garland, Young (skip)— 32. Pearce, Taylor, Gribble, Fletcher (skip)— 21, V. Trayes, J. O. Brown, E. Walton, Brookes (skip)—o. Totals: Rocky Nook, 165: Mount Eden, 151. Majority for Rocky Nook, 14. Flrst-vear Players: Rocky Nook: Williams, Smith, McGregor, Walnhouse (skip) 22, v. Mount Eden: Harle Giles, Dickinson, Marshall, May (skip)—l7.


Richmond: Drlffel, C. Jeffries, F. Jeffries, Short (skip)—l3, v. Grey Lynn: H. Buckley, Bruce, J. J. Rich, Swales (skip)— 2T-

Roulston, A. Donald, Roads, Morley {skip)—l9, v. J. Knight, D. Buckley, Campling. Jones (/skip)—lß. Patterson, Howe, Bennett, Tomllnsou (skip)—l, v. .Tames Ferguson, .Tno. Ferguson, W. Balldon, Jun., Casey (skip)— 24. Hnnltaln, Walker, McLeod, W. Murray (skip)—2o, v. J. Pascoe, Volkner, T. Mills, G. Baildon (skip)—lo. Totals: Richmond, 03; Grey Lynn, 83. Majority for Grey Lynn, 25. GREY LYNN V. OTAHUHU. Otahuhu: Harbutt, Sturges, Everltt, McIndoc (skip)—2s, v. G-.ey Lynn: Cowden, Dimery, W. Mills, VI ■ ftlcy (skip)—ls. Majority for Otahuhu, 10. THAMES V. PAEROA. (By Telegraph.—Own Correspondent.) PAEROA, Saturday. The bowliug match between Thames and Paeroa to-day resulted lv a win for the latter by 122 points to 87, the scores being:— Paeroa: Olson, Nlccol, Balcke, Morland— 23, v Thames: Rowe, Smith, Franklin, Sykes—2B. Paeroa: Taylor, Shaw, Towers, Forrest— 17, v. Thumes: Hosklngs, Hastings, Thomas. Ensall — '4. Paeroa: Allen, Wilson, Pocock, McWatters —26, v. Thames: Lucas, Styak, Jordan, Newman—l7. Paeroa: Elites, Lowe, Capt. Bettis, Hamilton—24, v. Thames: Davies, Hague-Smith, R. Wood, Inglis—l2. Pseroa: Coote, Whitehead, De Castro, Bromwlch—32, v. Thames: McCullough, Davies, Murray, A. Court —15. The play-off for the Goldflelds Challenge Stars between Thames No. 1 and Karangahakc lcsulted ln an easy wrln for Thames by 34 to 18. The teams were:—Thames: Wood, Inglis, Court, Eusall (skip). Karangahake: Lloyd, Morrison, Hilton, ana Jury (skip).

The return cricket match between the Waihi Suburban Club * and the Karangahake representatives will probably be played at Karangahake ou Good Friday.

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

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

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