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THAMES ATHLETIC SPORTS. The following handicaps have been declared for the various events to be held at Thames on Easter Monday:— . Maiden Race, 120 yds.—El A, Mason, A. ! Baddlley, C. Buntlug, W. . Frearaoh, Jas. McDonnell, A. Fleming, A. Delamore, C. Dawtion, ,h'. Bird, G. Jr. McCarthy.

Easter Handicap, 130 yds.—V. Kelly 3yds, G. Davidson 6yds, J. Davies 7yds, J. M. O'Connell 7yds, M. McEnteer 7yds, R. Corbett Byds, E. Coe Byds, T. Leslie riyds, S. Bartou Byds, M. Gi -lAiut oyds, C. E. Jacksou 9yds, R. Mbbre 9yds, £>'. Wainer oyds, E. McUeehln 10yds,. J. Joyce lOyds, Si Darby 10yds, J. McDonnell 10yds, J. Irwin 10yds, A; C. Yelland ,10yds, M Allen 10yds, E. H. Buker lOyas, 3. McClennau 10yds, T. Mclnnerney 10yds. W. Harsant 11yds, A. McGregor 11yds, G. F. McCarthy llyde, G. M. Dead 11yds, C. Dawson 11yds, A. Charles 12yds, A. White 14yds. *W. A. Nicholson, P. Ingley, and M. G. Harrison.

Hauraki Handicap, 220 yds.—V. Kelly 7yds, J. Davis Byds, J. M. O'Conhell 10yds, G. Davldsou 12yds, M. McEnteer 13yds, C. Dawson 14yds, H. Corbett 14yds, A. C. Yelland 14yis, T. Leslie .JL4yds, ,W. Harsant loyds, J. H. Hindman loyds, E. Coe 15yds, C. Bunting 15yds, J. Roscoe 15yds, Ji B, Joyce 16yds, J. li-wln ibyds, R. Moore 17yds, M. G. Hunt 18yds, G. F. McCarthy 18yds, A. Delamore 18yds, A. Fleming 19yds, G. A*. McMillan 19yds, A. Whlte-20yas. *p. Ingley Hurdle Handicap, 120yds.—Ingley owes 10yds, C. Barker owes syds, E. Keating owes 4yds, K. Gibbons owes Byds, C. Bunting scratch.

Committeeman's Race, 120ydE.—S. W. Thompson scratch, H. Matheson 10yds, G. Hardluge 10yds, C. Bush 11yds, G. Newman 12yds,. W. Paul 12yds, W. George 13yds, D. Gollops 14j-(|s, E. O'Sulllvan 15yds, Murray 15yds, S. Mulr 15yds, J. Redwood 15yds, D. Redwood 15yds, H. Redwood 15yds, J. Taylor 18yds, R. Mulr 18yds, T. Hay 20yds, Curgerwen 22yds, D. Headersou SOyds, T. Burrett 30yds, A. Wilson 30yds.

Half-mile Bicycle Handicap.—J. Foublster scratch, D. Scott scratch, M. Scott 10yds, W. W. Scott 15yds, J. Sanderson 25yds, O. Lecky 23yds, F. Blauk 25yds, R. Newth 25yds, G. Warue SOyds, C. Huut 30yds, T. Nicholson 30yds, 11. Manniug 30ydr»„ 11. Griffiths SOyds, C. Stewart 30yds, T. Sullivan SOyds, P. Hill 35ydSs, F. Vedder 3dyds, D. Currle 35yds, G. Paterson 35yds," D. Gallic 35yds, C. T. Reardou 40yds, A. Henderson 40yds, H. Nlcholls 40yde, N. McLeod 40yds, J. Sawyer 70yds; A. Browu with-held.

One-mile Bicycle Handicap.—J. Foublster scratch, D. Scott scratch, 11. Flewellyu 10yds, A. Flewellyn lOyds, M. Scott 15yds, W. W. Scott 15yds, JN. Wadmaii 23yds, C. Hunt 45ydis, J. Sanderson 43yus, T. Nicholson SOyds, F. Blank 55yds, D. Gallle 65yds, G. Patterson 65yds, W. Wlckstead 70yds, D. Currle 70yds. G. Warne 70yds, H. Griffiths 70yds, R. Newth SOyds, W. McCormick SOyds, C. Stewart 85yds, A. Henderson 85yds, N. McLeod 85yds, H. Manning 110 yds, J. H. Robinson 120 yds, T. Sullivan 120 yds.

Amateur Handicap, 150 yds.—C. Cowan 2yds, H. Kneeboue 9yds, A. Block 10yds, P. Tayne 10yds, A. Bad-dlley 10yds, D. Jervis 10yds, Bird 10yds, E. A. Mason 9yds, J. Caradus 9yds, C. Miiwkes loyda, F. Vedder 16yds. *J. R. Simpson.

Qunrter-mile Hnndlcap.—J. Davies Byds, J. M. O'Connell loyds, E. McGeehin loyds, C. Dawson 10yds, C. E. Jackson 18yds, M. McEnteer 18yds, 11. C. Brewer 20yds, E. Cot.\. 20yds, L. Shaw 20yds, lt. Moore 20yds, D. Sutherland 20yds, J. Irwin 22yds, T. Leslie 22yds, G. Davidson 22yds, D. Payne 25yds, R. J. Joyce 25yds, W. A. Nicholson 25yds, S. Darby 25yds, A. Moran 25yds, J. Mcßreen 25yds, .... McGregor 25yds, A McMillan 25yds, G. T. McCarthy 25yds, G. M. Docld 23yds, A. Charles 30yds, E. Keating SOyds, C. Barker 30yds, 'Ingley.

Half-mile Handicap.—J. Davies scratch, L. Shaw 15yds, E. McGeehin SOyds, H. Brewer 40yds, D. Sutherland 40yds, J. McLenuan 40yds, D. Dunlop 4Gyds, D. Payne 45yds, S. Darby 45yds, A. Moran 45yds, W. Frearson 40yde, J. :Roscoe 45yds, E. Keating 4."> yds, A. E. Dare 50yds, L. Murray 50yds, L. Hyde i-Oyds, T. Dare 50yds, J. Mcßreen SOyds, G. McMillan SOyds, A. Fleming 55yds, A. Delamore 53yds. *M. G. Harrison and Ingley.

One-mile Handicap.— L. Shaw 20yds, J. Davies 20yds, D. Payne 00yds, D. Murray 100 yds, J. Mcßreeu 100 yds, J. Roscoe 100 yds, D. Sutherland looy-s, J. McLcnnun 100 yds, 11. Brewer 110 yds. A. Mornn 110 yds, W. Frearson 110 yds, D. Dunlop 110 yds, A. E. Dare 120y.ds, R. \inccnt I2OyCM, x-. Hyde 120 yds, G. McMillan 120 yds. T. Dare 120 yds, A. Fleming 120 yds, A. JDelnmore 120 yds, 0. Dunlop 120 yds, E. Harold 130 yds. *M. G. Harrison.

Thames Wheel Race, two miles. —J. Foublster scratch, D. Scott scratch. M. Scott 2<)yds. A. Flewellyn 25yds, ft, Flewellyu 25yds, W. Scott 30yds, N. Wadhuui 55yds, 0. G. Locky 00yds, J. Sanderson OOvds W. Dov 100 yds, T. Nicholson looyds. V. Blnnk lOOvds. C. Hunt 110 yds, D. Gnllle 115 yds, D. Currle 120 yds, G. Patterson 120 yds J. lirennnu 120 yds, R. Newth 120 yds, A. Hendeison 125 yds, W. Wickstend 130 yds, W. Mecoiraick 140 yds, N. Mcleod liuyds, H. Meaning 160 yds.

Youths' Bike Race (under 19), one mile.—W. Wlokstend 20yds. W. McCormlck 20r(ls, R. Newth 2. r >yds, F. Vedder 30yds. I). Gallic 30yds, I. Hill uyds. W. Farrell 50ydH, A. Herring 55yds. C. Stewart 60yds, T. Sullivan 63y(ls, J. Sawyer .Lwyds. A. Brown withheld. SPORTS AT WAIHI. (By Telegraph.—Own Correspondent.) WAIHT. Saturday. The Waihi Cycling and Touring Club's cycling sports were held this afternoon In Worth's paddock, the results being as follow:—

One Mile Novice.—G. Lowatsou (scr) 1, F. Armour (255) 2, E. Coutts (30s) 3. A close flulsh. Time, 3.17 4-5.

Two Mile Handicap.—D. Gallic (90yds) 1, C. Hunt (110 yds) 2, J. Saunderson (75vds) 3. Won easily. Time. 7.8 4-5.

One Mile (for youths).—'Gallic (scr) 1, Newth (75yds) 2. Wou comfortably. Time 3.14 3-5.

Half-mile Open (run in three heats). — Newth (5.->yds) 1, Hunt (30yds) 2 Sanderson (25yds) 3. Time, 1.34.

120 Yds Handicap (three bents).—F Kneebone (15yds) 1, Irwin («.v<ls) 2, Kevan (14yds) 3. Time, 12 l-ss. Won comfortably. One Mile (three heats). —Newth (100 yds) X Hunt (70yds) 2, Gallic (60yds) 3. Howatsou, Sanderson, and Gallic fell. The latter was winning easily, with Hunt second, when he fell going round 'the bend. Time, 3.20 Slow Race.—Foublster I. Three Mile Handicap.—F. Blank (65yds) 1 Gallic (110 yds) 2, Sanderson (90yds) 3. A splendid race. Gallic made the pace till the lust lap. Time, IOJm. HOCKEY. (By Telegraph.—Own Correspondent.) WAIHI, Saturday. The annual meeting of the Waihi Hockey Club was lu-ld Inst evening. There was a good attendance, including a number of new members. The following officers were elected for the ensuing year:—President, A. T. Kenrlek (re-elerted); vice-presidents: N. McRoble, IS. G. Banks, nnd J. Bos. The election of secretary and treasurer and vicecaptain was allowed to stand over until the flrst game.

Judgiug by the number of new members present at the meeting, and the number of names sent iv, there ls every prospect of a good season's sport. Outside matches have beeu arranged with Tuuruuga, Paeroa, Thames, nnd Auckland.

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

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

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