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BOWLING.

CABLTON V. RICHMOND. AT CARL-TON. ; t& Torman, Lamb. Badeley , CudßV be Elchmond 26. AT BICHMOND. B*»«-;S*S I "v° J c. T S»,S: Hgrsaspßwa - POXSOXBI V. BBMTJEKA. '■ Eaturfay. and a Ts „ 18 Ponsonby 173, 6 ri jtner S: McLeod, Fonsonby-Hoagon Kemuera _ L ennox, f ri r G a£werßaiter (skip)-IS. ftoft Ga Sws Quin, Watson (skip)— 22, %*t£E**** r - WUkiMon, iicCaUum Baddiley, Beale (skip) Littlejohn, McLeaa TVebb, Coutts (skip)Stevenson, Uegman, Uull urnrnhv, T. Wetherilt, Gardner %&£"%. '!««. German (skip) Jα iTsertt, Steele, Shaldrick, Paterson W. Smith. H. Hemns JIS v. spooner, Macfarlane, Hanna, AUCKLAND GREEN. CLUB GAMES. noietooofc G. C. Gorrie, Morgan, Ryrle tm-& T Drs. Inglis, Sweet, Hardie b ' S Wn\Hvi,son. Mennie (skip) 3< T'Diddams, Bush, Denniston, ETersfefHrie. Biddie. Keesing J .T. Br S (sHp)-IS, v. Carminer, S. Lamtet DauT-VV-. Lambert ( S kip)-27. >i' nm as Bagnall, Crowburst. Car!aw r : littler, W. Gorrie, B. Buttle, HS sSl _] ColQicntt. Plummer (skip) -19 t! J- L. Holland, Gresham, Ferrett, Elliott (skipl-21. T TV. King, Cray (Wellington), Osmond McDongal. Kahn (skip)— J4, T; Cnlpan, Robertson, Pryor (skip)—2l CHAItPIOKSHIP FINAL. G A. Buttle, 24 and 12, v. Tyler, 21 ibu'2l. HAMILTON V. AUCKLAND. Hamilton—Mitchell, Gntherldge, Aiken, Baaey (skip) — XS, v. Anckland—Ryrie, Buxtle, Ledhigliam, Lambert (skip)— 27. CAELTOS GREEN. CMmpionship Singles: Kilgour IS, v. Curteb '3Presifleifs Match: llagnire 30, v. Sloman 23. White 15, v. Fookes 17. Fnl! Bint: Jaffrey, Kent, llurrsy, Laurie (sHp) 20, T. Frayling, Cottle, Ctter, Mapilre (siip) 9. Consolatioo Singles: Frayling 24, v. White IS. ■ First Tear Players: Flower IS v. Wade 15. Club Pate: Spiller and Holmes 26, v. Edsecnmbe ana Caiey 22. iTT. EDEN V. OXEHTJNGA. AT OSEHTJKGA. •Mt Eden—Trayes, Betas. Gill, "Ross (skip)—2l, v. Onehnnga—Gallagher, Phipps, Davies, Bradley (=Hp)r-23. This was allowed to be- the most exciting game ever piojetf on ibe Oneinnga green. .Jit ,'Eien— Walker,-' Brraibleeombe, Cords,' Hankin (skip)—ls v. Onehonga— 6taner, Anderson, S. Court 3. Neil (sK?)—22. at Eden—Brai&traite, Blake Baker Immis (skip)—l7, v. Onehnnga—Laird, yhyte, Brown, H. Davies (skip)—-15. Jit Eden-Eamsey, Newiand, McGregor, tens (slap)—l6, v. Onehnnga—Tochney T W. Clark, Allen, James (skip)—l9. ' AT MT. EDEN. ff O l D w?!7 :Bl £ sett ' G ' Haslett, mt (sMp)-20 v. Monnt Eden-Little Kciey, Brown. Mercer (skip) "0 OneSmga-Kennv, Friar, Mackav. C'arke (sHpHS, t. Mount Eden-H. Jones, SeaUMK, Esam, Hudson (skip)—->i 7el3 > Ellison . George. WynR5 T - Monnt Eden-Wooller, iJttersall, Miller, Tntt (ski p )_"i Noakes, Sutherland, Kdatosb (sbpj-ao, 7. Mount Kden-A W OXEHDXGA GREEN ■ on tbe Holmes, h/u, f night feSM m i9° ! ? i ? IrS: Kenny and Mclntosa WP), 39, t. Anderson and Bradley (skip,, wtgier, Macky, (skip), 23. : ' MOUNT. EDEN GREEN "atches were played on Singles: A. W. Jones, 21, T . - Players: Marshall. 21, v. Harle GBEI a» V. MOUNT ALBERT. 1 AT GPvEY LYKN. ST W i e ( sfa P>-23- v. Mount AlY%£w*-& Ri<ib v, Gwilliam - Jones . .CiSiio hS,™ 'a I" Monnt Albert—Mc- \ a.-™>,° ar «son. Ashton, Jenkins (skip)— foil: A ™ OIJXT ALBERT. W Mm A - Burfoot. Geo. J I j^^^ir Aibert - GREEN. l^o'f'p, l " tte championship of the F»r between F 3S T P J ayed off on East " y 4 fl!f ea , F - Jeffries and C. H. TomS 4 " fi"Abe on the first 21 heads a L**s:-p^ °% ere Played, resulting as a F - 23; C. H. Tomlinson, fe^- WSNGHBBNai / n «r™JS, cl «b games were played on Cab STeen °n Saturday— (l DEVCKVPOST rfSfM^Sr?" "«. «. t. Bali^can, %' ! • Harv ey. 10.

WAITEMATA GREEN. Geo Fraser, H. Frith (skip)— 26. v. J. R. MePhail, H. M. Shepherd (skip)—l6 J McCauley. A. E. Greenslade. J. Pea'chey. H. Frith (skip)--14. v. W. H. de Lnen, J. Brook. E. t'larke. R. S. Beed J. R. McPhall, D. E-lston (skip)—l<s. T- J- Bower, J. Maginness, A. G. Bartlett (skip)—2l. ROCKT NOOK V. ErSOM. The inter-club match played betweon Epsom and Rocky Nook on Saturday resulted in a win for thp latter ny a majority of 39. The scores wore: Epsom, 63; Rocky Nook, 102. GOLDFIELDS GOLD STARS. (By Telegraph.—Owu Correspondent.) WAIIII, this day. The bowling match for the Thames Valley and Goldflelds Gold Stars, played ou the Waihl green to-day, resulted: I'acroa, 23, Waihi (holders) 11.

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BOWLING. Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 92, 19 April 1909

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