The Maori football team played their second match in Sydney yesterday against the University team. The visitors won by ono goal and four tries (17 points) to 7 points after a good game, in which somo very fast play was shown. Tries were obtained by F. and W. Warbrick, Elliott, Ellison, and W. Wynyard. Ellison, from ono of these, placed the only goal which tho Maoris scored.
The following times stand as New Zealand amateur records :
100 Yards.—lo l-sses: F. Mcenan, D. A. A.O , at Invercargill, on 30th November, 18S7; H. M. Reeves, 0.A.A.0., at Timaru, on Bth May, 1889.
220 Yard*.—27*ec: A. B, 'Williams, C.A.A.C at Christchurch, on 21st April, 1888; H. M. Reeves, C.A.A.C, at Timaru, on 2nd May, 1888; H. M. Reeves, 0.A.A.0., at Christchurch, on 27th October, 1888; 11. M. Reeves, C.A.A.C, at Timaru, on B'h May, 1889., Quarter-mile.—s2sec: E. M. Reeve?, C.A.A.C, at Timaru, on Bfch May, 1889. Half - mile. 2mln 2sec : P. Morrison, S.CA.A.C,atChristohurch, on 29th October, 1887. One Mile.—4min 30 2-sscc: 8. Morrison, S.CA.A.C, at Ohristchurcb, on 28th October, 1887.
Two Mileß.—lOmin 3 1 ssec: P. Morrison, S.C.A.A.C., at Timaru. on 3rd May, 1888. One mile Walk. 7min 2 2-ssec: R. N. Thomas, C A.A.C., at Christchurch, on 28th October, 1887. 120 Yards Hurdles.—l 6 2-sscc: G. B. fihaw, S.C A. A.O , at Timaru, on Bth May, 1889. Q latter-mile Hurdles.—l min 5 l-sßec :C. Loughnan, C.A.A.C, at Ohristchurcb, on 19th October, 1887. Long Jump.—2oft: T. D, Harman, C.A.A.C, at Christchurch, on 28th October. 1887. High Jump. - sft 6in: F. O. White, H.B. \. A.0., at Napier. 20th October, 1«88 'rutting the shot, 161b.—3Bf> l'n : R. MaT™!m, W.A.A.C, at Wellington, on 22nd Javmvrv. 1.859. Pole" Jump.— 9ft llin : T>. M. Robertson, D.A. A.C., at Punrdin, on 9th November, 1888 Throwing tho Cricket BsiV..--102ydj Ift 2in: H G. J'.ristol, S.CA.A.C, at Timaru, on 2nd May, 1883. THE WATERLOO CUP. The following nominations wore received last evening for the Waterloo Cup, to be run on 27tli, 2Sth, and 29th June : W. Gardiiifr, Oimaru.. 2 J. Forward, Christ'ch.. 1 J. Coopsr, Ft Chalmers 2 H. Irving, Invercargill 2 J. R. Sowell, O imaru .. 2 W. Wills, Invercargill I E. R. Kidd, Winton ..2 O. R. Wise,Oamaru .. 1 R. Blackham, Invei'gill 2 T. Alexander, Rakaia .. 1 L. Rutledize, Dunedin.. 2 J. Munro, Dunedin .. 1 J. Kennedy, Flag Swa'p 1 J. Blaney, Dunedin .. 1 J. Meikle,'Timaru ..1 J. H. Stephenson, D'din 1 C. C. Gordon, Auckland 1 O. M'Georjre, Aehb'ton 1 J. Black, Auckland .. 1 R. L»ngley, Dunedin .. 1 J. Blinman, Auokland 1 J.M'Causland.Ashb'ton 1 J. Scanlan, Dunedin ..2 A. T. Price, Dunedin .. 2 J. G. Green, Dunedin . 1 A. Bearnes, Dunedin .. 1 Mrs T. Cotton. Dunedin 1 J. and W. Mills, Dun'din 2 V. Maboney, Timaru .. 2 J. Henry, Oamaru .. I Total, 41
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