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CRICKET.

The Grafton touring team has arranged to tour to ".""aluku, Mauku, aud Tuakau during

the Easter Leaving town by the 10 p.m. special for Rotorua. they journey to Pukekohe on Good Friday, nnd"go across to Waiuku and piny the selected of that township. Next day they meet the Mauku Cricket Club at Putnninkoo. After putting ln the Sunday at the Mnuku, they play the Franklin representatives at Tuakau oil Easier Monday. On Saturday night a dance lias been arranged for the visitors at Putam.ihoe. The following players will make .the,'; trip :—A. ifba'es, X, R. Mason. W. N. I'ljUSdm. V._C, Knyunugh, E. MaeCormick, L. EvLepme, C. Archer, 11. D. Caro W. A. Lephie, H; W. Gordon. It. W. Barry.

The Franklin representatives will be picked from the following to represent the dls'trict against (irufton:—Alf. Evans (Bambayi. It. Lyons (Muungatawhirl). Rev. lulgell (Bombay), It. Murray (Tuakau). (i. Lyons (Maungatnwhlrl). ,Ino. Tr.rbott (Tuukau), C. Vincent (Maungatawhiri). J. Chandler (Bombay), (.!. l'roude (Bombay), .1. Brown (Tuakatn. E. J. Evans (Bombay). F. Tapper (Tuakau), G. Balme (Bombay), XV. Uldham 'Tuakau).

A number of matches will be played tomorrow (Good Friday). The following will represent their various clubs.

Northcote v. i'upakura Valley, at Fapakurn Valley: — Brown. Hurley. Arblaster, Golden leapt.), Mayall, Tremaiu (2), Ridded 12). I'ountney. Moore, Moller i*2i. Players to catch the 7.511 a.m. train to Manurewa.

Brotherhood v. Papatoetoe. on Domain ar 2.3U sharps:—Brotherhood—"iVhearley. Brown. Reufell Kasper. Fisher. Kennely. t'o'snell. Thorn. F. Euiiy, Coludrey, Ulogoskcy. Carmoudy.

The Aruwa C.C. make their annual trip to W.iipu during the Easter holidays. On Good Friday the team will play Ru-akaka, anil on the following day Walpu, then gplng through by coach to Mangawal. whom they play on Easter Monday. The following players'will leave -by the s.s. Gael at midnight to-night. T. Mikkelsen, F. Punch, J. Baker, A.'Haresnape. P. Lepine. A. MeConuell, D. Haresnape, A. Molloy, A. Punch, S. Dadley, J. Reed, G. Brambley, A. Curry. " STAR " v. " HERALD." The annual match between the " Star " ami "The Herald " will be played ou the Domain to-morrow (Friday). The following players to meet at the pavilion at 1.30 p.m.W. Drnmmond, J. Partridge, J. Mercer. F. Barker, R. Earlly, F. Drum, J. Perclval, T. Albert. C. Duncan. B. Warner. J. McLeod 1.. Ilarty, .1. Barker, W. Flower, 11. Daviu'son.

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CRICKET. Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 84, 8 April 1909

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