HOLLAND AND ORR DROP OUT.
The Wellington selector (Mr.. K. Tucker) has been notified that the A Wanganui players, G. Orr and C. Holland, are unable to make the trip to Dunedin with the Wellington team lor the match with' Otagb. H. R. White (V.M.C.A.) has been chosen to fill- one, of the vacancies, and J. Hutchings (Midland) was also given' a place but was unable-to accept. It is! probable that H. Watson (Hu'ttj' or A.J. Bruce (Midland) will fill the other position. As Bernau (Hawfces Bay) is unable to make the trip, and-has been;replaced by M. Henderson (Y.M.C.A.), the Wellington team against Otago will contain no country players.
THE TOUTING AUCKLANDERS. (II IELEffIAPH—PRESS ASSOCIATION.) JfASTERTON, This Day. A cricket/match between Wairarapa and the Auckland touring team was commenced to-day. Wairarapa scored a total of 91, and at the luncheon adjournment Auckland had lost two wickets for 19 runs.
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Evening Post, Evening Post, Volume CVII, Issue 7, 9 January 1924
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