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SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

The Hawke’s Bay representative football team leaving to-day for tho South con stats of Liqussene, Lowry, Taku, Waihape, James. Friday, Duncan, Williams, M‘Rae (backs), Morrison, Swain, Fleming. Robson, Trotter, Hiroa, Saunders, Johns, Hawkins, Corbett, Nathaniel, Ross (forwards), and the secretary and manager, D. Hoben. Considerable difficulty was experienced m getting the players away. Taiaroa and P. Williams (representative halves) could not go, and Chief Henare Tomoana has forbidden Taku, Duncan, and Friday (the best three-quarter and two best halves) from going south, but it is hoped they will get away at the last moment. The team will, In such case, be strong. Nominations for the Exhibition Cup (of 1,500 sovs), President’s Handicap (of 600 sovs), St. Andrew’s Handicap (of 500 sovs), and Carnival Handicap (of 200 sovs) close this evening.

RACING IN ENGLAND,

THE GOODWOOD CUP.

The following is the result of the race run on Thursday for the

GOODWOOD OUP, of 800 sovs, with a sweep of 20 govs each added. Three-year-olds, 7ot 71b ; four, Sst 121b ; five, six, and aged, Ost 21b; with penal, ties and allowances. Two miles and a-half. Ur Warren De la Rue’s ch hj Trayles, by Restless— Mies Mabel, 4 yrs, Oat 61b (ino. 71b pen.) .. 1 ■r ,br m Latania, by Ban Battle—Palmula, 4 yrs, Sst 91b .. .. .. .. .. 2

Trayles won the Ascot Gold Cup last month.

Latania ran eight times last year without winning a race.

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SPORTING INTELLIGENCE., Issue 7976, 3 August 1889

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SPORTING INTELLIGENCE. Issue 7976, 3 August 1889

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