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CRICKET AT LORD'S

N.Z. ELEVEN BEATEN DONNELLY BATS WELL Rec. 9 a.m. * LONDON, July . 13. A New Zealand eleven was beaten by Sir Pelham Warner's eleven at Lord's by 67 runs in a match which contained some good batting and bowling, but in which the fielding of both sides was strangely poor. Warner's eleven scored 266 for four wickets, declared, J. R. Bridger making 136 not out, W. J. Edrich 41, and E. D. R. Eager 59. R. T. Morgan took two wickets for 30, A. C. Roberts, two for 45, and F. T. Badcock, none for 68. Morgan distinguished himself by taking the wickets of Edrich and D. B. Carr, both Test players, in a maiden over. For New Zealand M. P. Donnelly scored 82 before being caught. Oth,er scores were: A. T. Burgess 6, K. C. James 31, Morgan 13, C. S. Dempster 2, W. H. Barker 0, R. C. Webb 2, Roberts 20, Badcock 7, T. M. Sharp 13, N. C. Begg, not out 1; extras 22. Total, 199.

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CRICKET AT LORD'S, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 165, 14 July 1945

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CRICKET AT LORD'S Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 165, 14 July 1945

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