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CRICKET.

The following are the averages for the various teams in the different competitions:—

SECOND GRADE. I BATTING AVERAGES. Ins. N.O. H.S. Rns. Av. Horspool, F IS 0 05 514 2S.0 Jack, D 18 0 88 303 20.2 ■ Lusk. O. B 10 0 33 1S9 21 Eastgate, C. L. .. 10 2 33 185 13.2! Depine, J IS 2 45 183 11.4: Russell. J. 10 0 40 140 0.7 Totman, H 14 2 20 110 0.7 I.awrv 5 1 IS 33 S.2 Stewart 11 3 17 03 8 i Doufrln? H. ... 5 H 10 30 8 I Brierlv.' W 17 1 36 80 5.6 Gilmour, J 14 2 10 62 5.2 BOWLING AVERAGES. O. SI. R. W. Av. ' Eastgate, C. L. 130 28 356 44 8.1 Gilmour J. .. 153 16 435 53 8.2 Brierlv,' W. .. 130 30 251 28 9 ] Jack, D 60 10 150 13 10.6 Lusk, G. B. .. 146 30 382 33 11.6 Russell. J. ... 30 2 102 14 11.0 THIRD GRADE. j NORTH SHORE. j BATTING. i. n.o. n.s. ri. Avg. r. Johnson 3 II 42 0."> 21.fi PliciK-e Walker . 13 1 S2 210 17.5 I'. Gerrard 15 1 '■» 1«S 13.4 Sara. Walker ... 10 2 42 154 11 F. Woodward .. i) 1 SO S3 10.3 Strange 4 O 17 33 S.25 E. Jackson 0 1 15 50 7 A. -Mi-Kcllar 12 3 10 54 0 L. Kent 0 0 14 I!.". 5.S II. fins 11 » 0* 28 5.0 Orchard 5 l> 10 20 4 A. .lackson 14 1 22 45 3.5 II. Cilst 10 O 7 34 2.1 "■Signifies not out. (Played 10, won 5. Inst 5; points 14. B'OWiLING. O. M. R. W. Av. E. Jackson S2 2S 136 31 4.4 I'. Gerrard 22 4 43 9 4.S F. Woodward 40 5 104 15 6.0 II. Clist 0 2 2S .3 0.3 M. Orchard 33 3 103 10 10.3 Strange 7 0 33 3 11 A. Jackson 9 1 25 2 12.5 Spence Walker ..45 4 17S 12 14.8 A. AIcKellar 35 2 112 0 1S.0

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CRICKET. Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 85, 10 April 1909

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