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AUCKLAND TOURING TEA3I. tit POVBRTY BAT. ,(By Telegraph.—Own Correspondent.) V ' : GISBORNE,. this dftTTIIO Auckland tourlug: team placed the final match of their tour yesterday, when they defeated the rejiresentSLtlves bt Poverty Bay by elgbt wickets. Poverty ■ B4y.' in their second innings, were all dismissed for 110, leaving. Auckland. 22 to get to win. In their Beco>i'a : Ventere Auckland gave the local men a taste of leather-hunting, knocking tip 206 in two, lours for the loss of six wickets (Prltfte notching 74, and McMahon 05). The team haye 4 thoroughly enjoyed their trip, and have been, royally en." tertained by the Glsborue cricketers and others. { ■~,■'„ \ ; '.. „ -

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CRICKET., Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 89, 15 April 1909

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CRICKET. Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 89, 15 April 1909

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