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BOWLING.

TO-DAY'S PLAY. NEW PLYMOUTH V. CARLTON. Tbe New Plymouth bowling team met Carlton this morning on the Newmarket green, and, although the ground was very heavy after the rain of the preceding day and night, some good sport resulted, the visitors securing the first win of the tour. The New Plymouth team, in fact, showed excellent form, the whole four rinks playing a rattling game, and notching superior figures in all but one rink, iv which they were defeated by the nairow majority of one point. At tbe conclusion of tbe match hearty cheers were reciprocated between visitors and homesters. The result of play in the different rintos was as fo'.ldws:— New Plymouth: Watidns. Rennell, A. D. Grey, Ward (skip)-24, v. Carlton: ilarusnape, Arey, Rowe. Cmteis (skip)—l4. New Plymouth: Spencer. Burgess, Merer, Rundle (skip)—l7, v. C. Cahi 1, White, Kadeley, Wrathall (skip)—lS. New Plymouth: l'enn, Ewing, Barv, G. Grey (skip)— 22, v. Carlton: Davies, Packman. McGregor. Laurie (skip) —11. Now Plymouth: Collins. Avers - . H. Srnai t, A. K. Smart (sfcipj— Ift v. -.aritoii: Otter. Fletcher. Holmes. Kilgour (skip)—l4. Totals: New Plymouth, 82; Carlton, 57: -"--*■ ~i-i *sv_3"' »•=.«. -~ ,__,.. S i, ........ . ...

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

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