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CRICKET.

-PARNELL V. BOMBAY. A team from Parneil District Cricket t rinb journeyed to Bombay on Good Friday, „. fl nlayed a match against the local ele- ' SSL Parneil batted first, making IS2. Bom. ' bay ia their first innings put together 66, ; - and in the second Innings 116. Parneil, re- . ooiring only one run. won the match 'by tea wickets. Scores:- __~_, ' wamoll First Innings: G. 'Sale, b Evans, •i so- J Williams, b Chandler, 8; T. A. Jackson, b Clarke, 0; C. F Hartland, run out. i£- W J Dinnison, b A. Evans, 27; R. „ rjhandler, b Clarke, 0; B. Dufaur, R Doble, c, b J. Evans, 12; L°KL* J. -Brans, 0; G. ißeresford, 'lot W 'Edjeriy, c, b Proud, 5. Analysis: Clarke took three ■iSfcr-VW Chandler, one for -21; two for 40; 'Proud, one for 20; %oS-^° rTlMinss: G - Batae > C h Dnfanr.,2s; Chandler, b Dufaur, 14; SoS I rShle, 0; Clarke, b Doble, 0; J. Sff' s -c Sale, b Dufaur, 10; A. Evans, b ?£££. 3; Provfl b Doble, 2; H. Sawyer, tririfanr. 3; C Cornthwaite, not out, 5; in Corntflwaite, b Doble, 3; P. Balme, b Soole,'0; extras, 11. Total, 66. Boffliag Analysis: D. Dufaur took five m-ictets for 27 runs; R. Doble, five for 28. Bombay. Innings: Chandler, t> • Dnfaur, 57; G. Coruthwalte, h Hartland, 1' T>. Cornthwaite. b Hartland, 9; P. ' BShne, b Dow, 17; G. Balme, b Dufaur, 3; Clarke,' c Hartland. b Doble. 6; J. Evans, i h Dnfaur, 0; A. Evans, b Dufaur, 3; G. proud, b Dufaur, S; 11. Sawyer, not out, 6; extras, 6. Total for nine wickets, 116. 'ißowUng Analysis: C. F. 'Hartland -took two wickets' for 12 runs; D. Dufaur, five for 2-i; R. Doble, oue for 21; 'R. Dow, one for 10. •In their second innings Parneil scored cne run without the loss of a wicket. GRAFTON TOURING TEAM. The Grafton touring team played their first match on Good Friday agaiust the Waiuku Cricket Club, on the Waiuku Domain, aad succeeded in defeating the local eleven decisively. Batting first, the visitors compiled a record score for the ground, reaching the substantial total of 224 for four wickets in 130 minutes, when the innings was declared closed. Philson top ■ scored with a quickly made 75. Gordon also batted well for 53. and, with Philson, addid 102 for the third wickets. Waiuku went off with a feeble pop, and were out twice for 54 runs. The feature of their first innings was the bowling of Mason, who puzzled the country ; batsmen, and accomplished the rare performance of capturing all ten wickets at a total cost of 11 runs, and also did the hat trick. In their second venture W. Lepine secured *hree wickets for 1 run; Rose, two for 2. :acCormic>j three for 8; and Mason and Jtavanagh oii«r apiece. Grafton.—First iuuings: E McCormick, c Harris, b Webster. 19; H. D. Caro, b Webster, 35; R. W. Gordon, run out, 53; W. N. Philson, run out, 75: V. C. Kavanagh, not out, 35: extras, 7: total for 4 wickets, 224. Bowling for Waiuku, Webster took two wickets for 53: Aldred, none for 65; Harris, none for 58: O'Reilly, none for 30; Fen wick, none for 14. Waiuku.—First innings: Aldred, b Mason, 0; Fenwick, b Mason, 0; Harris, b Mason, 3; Wilson, b Mason. 2: Bird, c W. Lepine, b Mason, 9; Webster, c and b Mason, 0: Ewington. c Archer, b Mason. 0: James, h Mason, 2: Waters, b Mason, O; O'Reilly, not out, 7; Watson, b Mason, 0; extras, 4: tota'. 27. Bowling for Grafton Mason took ten !Wickets for 11 runs. Waiukn.—Second innings: Aldred b Kavanagh, 2; O'Reilly, b Mason, 0; Harris, b Lepine. 5: Fenwick. c McCormick, b Lepine, 0; Wilson, b Lepine, 2; Bird, not out, C; Ewington, b Rose. 1: Webster, b Rose, 0; James, c Caro. b McCormick. 8; Watson, c Archer, b McCormick, 0; Waters, b McCor- , mick, 8; extras. 8: total, 27. Bowling for Grafton Mason took one for 5: Kavanagh, one for 1; Rose, two for 2; W. A. Lenine, three for 1; McCormick, three for S. RIVERHEAD V. MT. ROSKILL. The return match between Rtverhead and Mt. Rosklll took place at Eden Park on Good Friday, and, after an enjoyable game, .resulted iv a wir for the home team by 49 runs. C. Ellis captained the visitors. While E. Welsh acted likewise for the home team. The ladies of the Mt. Ro*kill team ' -provided luncheon and afternoon tea. Fol- '.- lowing are. the scores:— * "ML Rosklll.—First innings, SO (J. Chap- ' man 30, E. Welsh 8); second innings, six for 74 (W. Liversidge 33 not out, E. Welsh 13, A. Bettis 10 not out). Bowling for Mt. Roskill, A- Bettis took two for 5; C. Ballantyne took six for 23; W. Liversidge took five for 22; E. Welsh took seven for 24; G. Greenwood, one for 16. Riverhead.— First innings. 45 (J. WilliamSon 10, E. Thomson 8); second inuings, 60 (H. Catterall 22 not out, Linguard 17, J. Brigham 12). Bowling for Riverhead, C. j Ellis took three for 15; J. Williamson S ipok eight for 46; E. Thomson, one for I 38; F. Rnffels, three for 22; Wheeler, one , for 20. .. SATTCKLAND TOUMSG TEAM W_. \, (JISBOBNE. fßy Telegraph.—Press Association.) GISBORNE, Saturday. The Auckland team played the second Snatch of the tour to-Jay, meeting a Poverty Bay eleven for a one-day match. The wea--1 fcher was fine, but the wicket was worn, jand very erratic. The match Tesulted In , lan exciting finish. Auckland winning by Bix runs on the first inuings. Prime played brilliantly for 42 out of 61. His score ! included eight boundaries. The other .batsmen failed, to make any stand, and the innings closed -for 94. (Poverty (Bay opened with Bahbs and Gih- . ton, and were (dismissed for SB, Babbs playing a very patient innings, being at the j ■ ovlckets GJ hours for 32 runs. | On Auckland going in again, they made .B. hetten- stand, Sale rattling up 42 by ibrJlliant batting, while 'Prime again showed i Igood form for 19, and when stumps were '- urawn, Auckland 'had scored 12S for six wickets. On Monday and Tuesday the . nrisitors conclude their tour with.'the prin- | icipal match against the Poverty Bay representatives. Scores:— Auckland.—'First Innings: McMahon, b . Charles, 14; Prime, c Reed, h Charles, 42; Sale, c McColl, b Charles, 0; Coleman, b Babbs, 10; Eastgate, c and 'b Babbs, 8; IRobinson, c Charles, b Manning. 9; Howden, run out, 0; McNeill, c -Maude, b Manning, 7; Andrew, b Manning, 0; Clist, not \ xrat, 1; Baylissi ibw, b Babbs, 0; extras, 3. ETotal, 94. Foverty Bay.—(First Innings: Babbs, c Prime, b Howden, 32; Gibson, c Clist, b 'Howden, 7; Davies, run out. S; 'Reed, b aicMahon, 4; Gorman, c Eastgate, b McNeill, 3; Lasker, c McMahon, b McNeill, 1; Manning, b McNeill, 1; MoConnelL, b McNeiU, 5; McColl, b McNeill, 3; Maude, c . (Robinson, b Howden. 4; Charles, not out, . <t; extras, 6. Total. SS. . Bowling Analysis: M-cJCeill took five thickets for 8 runs; Howden, three for 27- ---. iilcMahoh, one for 29.

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CRICKET. Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 86, 12 April 1909

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