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BOWLING., Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 85, 10 April 1909
NEW PLYMOUTH V. AUCKLAND. The four rinks of New Plymouth bowlers, who are visiting Auckland to meet several of our local clubs during the holidays, played a metropolitan team at the Grafton green yesterday morning, a good game resulting iv a win for Auckland by 10 points.' Details:—
Auckland—Wilson, Robertson, Brooks. James (skip)—l7, v. New I'lvmouth—Watkins. Rennell A. D. Gray, W'iird (Skip)—lS. Auckland—Plummer, Pearson, Holland. Tyler (skip)— 26, v. New Plymouth—Collins. Avery, H. Smart, A. K. Smart (skipl—24. Auckland—Everslegb, Elliott, Buttle, Lambert (sklpl—lß, v. New Plymouth— Spencer, Burgess. Morey, Rundie (skip)—lß. Auckland—McMaster, Diddams. Coldicutt, Carlaw (skip)— 23. v. New Fly mouth —Perm, Cock. Bary, G. Grey (skip)—l-1. Totals: Auckland, S4; New Plymouth, 74.i NEW PLYMOUTH V. DEVONPORT. ' In the afternnon the visitors were defeated by Devonport by 36 points. Scores:—i Devonport—Raynes, O'Loughlln, Arm-! strong. Italfe (skip)—3L v. New Plymouth —Watkius, Rennell, A D. Grey, Ward (skip)—l9. Devonport—Harty, "Webster. Eyre Ballantyne (skip)—2o, v. New Plymouth—Collins Avery, H. Smart. A. K. Smart (skip)—ls. Devonport—Mason, Ifwerson, Warren;. Grattan (skip)— 24. v. New Plymouth— | Spencer, Burgess, Morey, Rundie (skipi—lß. Devonport—Mitchell. Coombes, Coltmau. Harvey (skip)—3o, v. New Plymouth—Perm, Cock. Bary, G. Grey (skip)—l7. Totals: Devonport, 105; New Plymouth, CO. NEW PLYMOUTH V. PONSONBY. The following teams have been selected to represent the Ponsonby Club on Easter Monday afternoon: —E. Harkins. J. McLeodR. Quin, J. Veale (skip.; J. Becroft, J. Court. D. Crnbtree, A. Courts (Skip); M. Casey, J. Stitchbury, T. Watson, G Webb (skipi; W. Smith, T. C. Clarke, A. Sneddcu, V. Langsford (skip). PONSONBY V. MOUNT ALBERT. This match took place yesterday on the Tonsouby green, and resulted in a win for Ponsonby by 13 points. Scores:— Ponsonby—Oldham, Harris, Sneddon, "W. Smith—3d, v. Mount Albert-Mansell, Herbert, Gariick, Shackleford—l7. HAMILTON V. MOUNT EDEN. An interesting game was played on the j Mount Eden green between Hamilton and j Mount Eden. The game resulted as follows:— Hamilton —Mitchell, Guttridge, Aiken, Varney (skip)—lß, v. Mount Edeu—Waitou, Monk, Coe, Ferguson (skip)— 22. AUCKLAND GREEN. The following games were played on Thursday: — 11. W. Wilson. A. W. Thomson, Tyler, Lambert (skip), 27; v. Abbott, Avery, Burgess, Rundie (Skip) 14. tlilmour, Michaels, Osmond, Brookes (skipi. 13: v. Spencer Bunnell, Morey, Ward (skip), 18. Coldicutt, Uindmarsh, Barnard. Carlaw (skipi, 31; v. Perm, Cock, Perrett, Grey (skip). 3. Following are the results of the games played on the Aueklaud green yesterday afternoon:— Dr. Dudley Dr. Clark Dr. Sweet, Dr. Pabst (skip). 24; v. Dr. Goldstein. Dr. Kinder, Dr. Inglis, Dr. Bardic Neil (skip), 10. Iliiidmarsh, Wilson, Lambert (skip). 17; v. Kins, Eversleigh Edliot (skip), 21 Didd.ims and Brookes (skip). 17; V. Biddell and J. J. Holland (skip), 22. Bagnall, Thomas. Buttle (skip). 30; v. Gover, G. Gorrie. James (skip), 22. McMaster, Pearson, Coldicutt (skip), 22; V. B. Myers, Robertson, Carlaw (skip), 21. ROCKY NOOK V. MENTAL HOSPTTAL. The members of the Mental Hospital Bowling Club paid a visit to Rocky Nook ou Wednesday, and wou an interesting game by GO points to 52. An exceedingly enjoyable afternoon was passed, refreshments being dispensed by ill's. Jenkins. TO-DAY'S PLAY. The principal interest in bowling to-day was centred in the doings of the New Plymouth team aud the tournament among winter green players at Carlton. Aii Impromptu match had been arranged for the Taranaki men against Rocky Nook to take place this morning, but owing to some misunderstanding when the New Plymouth players rolled up at Rocky Nook, there were no opponents to meet them. So perforce the match had to lapse. This afternoon the visitors met Kemuera. A miuch also took place to-day between a Hamilton and au Auckland team, the latter winning. HAMILTON T. AUCKLAND. A match took place to-day between a one-rink team representing the Hamilton Cluh aud an Auckland quartet on the Grafton green, resulting in a win for the local men by six points. The game wasHamilton—Mitchell, Gutherldge. Aiken, Varney (skip)—l7, v. Auckland—Wilson,' Coldicutt. Elliott. Carlaw (skip)— 23. TOURNAMENT AT CAMBRIDGE. (By Telegraph.—Own Correspondent.) CAMBRIDGE, this day. A bowling touiuamen- t opened here this morning, but soon after play commenced rain .'et in. and delayed the games for a couple of hours, hence none are yet finished. Sixteen teams are competing." Te Aroha being unanimously allowed to enter one after closing lime.
BOWLING., Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 85, 10 April 1909
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