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BOWLING.

CAMBRIDGE TOURNAMENT. - - (By Telegraph.—Own Correspondent.! •»"-' « "CJCMB'RIDG'B'; Wednesday. Several fames were In the pairs match. Sayere and ■BUisdon met •Herd and McFarlane in-the fliwl. Rotorua opened with six on the first head, and on the twelfth head 'Rotorna was 16 to -Rocky Nook's 8. In the next liead Kocky i Nook lay 3, and the light railing, the.toatch was postponed till the-morrow. ROTORUA TEAM SECURES FAIRS. . (By Telcfrapn.— Owe Correspondent.)' ! ..'-.<.'.'"'' CAiIBRIDGE, this day.. On .resumption of the final in the pairs this morning, Rotorua added another point on the fourteenth head; and on the following one Rocky Nook followed suit. The sixteenth head Rotorua lay 3,' but EUlsdon, by magnificent play, turned the tables, and scored three. This left them two to tie and three to wilt. 'A" great finish resulted, Ellisdon playing a great game, but Meluirlane wan equal to the occasion* and the, veteran finished ahead, the ecore being: Rotorua, 19; Rocky Nock 15. Most of the players.left by the enrly train, but'qulte v cumber stayed to see the finish, and were well rewarded, by the magnificent play. Though defeated,, Rocky Nook were , by no meauH disgraced, ElHsdon playing grandly in the last head. His-partner evidently got nervous, end wns not up to his usual ibfni. Tills' Match terminated the tournament, which has been a great ■ success. Everyone enjoyed themselves thoroughly. '■■'■' •■ '> ! ROTORUA BOWJLIKG COMPETITION. • . H-a ROTGRTTA. Wednesday. The .bowling competition was completed this afternoon, by Mr.. Bentiiie (of Auckland a.C.) defeating. Mh Trlgg (local) lii the play-off for the trailing events after :five: ties of.two beads had been played.The driving competition was won by Sir. Dee (of Nettoh), out of a field ot S5. .The drawing was won by' Mr. Wricley (local). ... r- .' 3 The tlree XrlhnerS' each, become th» possessor of a handsome pall- of silvermounted bowls, presented by airs. Malfroy, Mr. A. aobertson, aua Mf. P. Alsbpp; Great interest was-.taken in the match the bowling boom showing no el»n of easinjr off. ; . • ONBHtrtSGA <JDUB TOintNAMENT. .The Easter Clu!b tournament of the Onehunga Bowling Club concluded vesterdaj\ theresuite being 1 as follow*:— •'r?^ Tournament Vause (ski*) 3f T. Gruudy, James (ekip), T; Fi-iar, iNoakeß (ski])), 5, V. Mainland, Mackay (skip),. 5; Mudle, Blyth (skip), 10, % Kenny, /Viuse (•kip), 5; Gruhdy, James (skip), 7, V. Ande'-'----bou, 'Wrtght (skip), 7; Mainland,' toackay (skip), B, y. Kenny, Vause (skip), 6; Mudle, Blyth (skip), 3, V. Knight, Mil (skip), 5i .Laird, Court (skip). 6, v. Gruudy, Jnmes (skip), 6; .Friar, Nbakes (skip), 5, r. Grundy James, (aklpj; 5; "Anderson, Wright (skip), 11, v. Mainland, iMackay (skip), 5; Kenny, .Vause (sUp), 5; v. Anderson, Wright (skin) 8; iDalrd, Court (SKIP), S, V. Mainland! t Kfil^t,. Veill {skip), 2; Mudie, SlVtll (sWp), 5, v. Anderson,- Wright (sklo) 'aKnight,. 'NeiU (skip),. 2,. v. MaJnland, Mactoay (skip), T! JFrlar, Nbakes (skip), 9, T . Court (*blp), 1; Anderson, Wrtght (skin) 7' ItfS&f) Noakes (skip) 6; Kenay,. VaWe (aklp), 0, t: Knlghat, mill (skip), 6; Gfundy James (skip), 9, y. Alalhland, Mabkay (Skip) 8; Knight, .Nolll: (skip), 0. v. C*ifrt (skip) 0; Blyth. (skip), .9, v ' Mainland, .Mackny .(skip), 2; Kenny, Vause (skip) 7',TN Fr 4 ar, Noakcs <sktp), 5; Grunfly, ; Jaines (skip), 7, v. Knight, JJeUl' »fclp), 6- lieird Court (skip), G, v. Anderson, Wright (skip)' 6; Kenny, Vause \<sklp), "5, t. Laird, Court (ekip), 13; Anderson, Wright (skin) 8 v Knight, NeiU (skip), 6; Mudie, Blytt (skip)" 7 > J" , M P>- 4 -' and B. C. Wright (skip) wen! through the tournament without meeting with defeat Iwinnlng four and playing four drawn games ittui seourlng the trophW - -S;c : ! ™ ' ■Club IFours.—E. ClarKi J. .Haelett G-H James, E. B. iWright (skip), Iβ, v. A. Brown] G. Mackay, j>. <;6urt, J. Nelll (skip), 13. Ohaniplbn Singles (semisanal).— «. Clark, J* H\ifettVthrunaf. "* ***$

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

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