The Otago Rugby Football Union have decided to admit presidents and viceoresidents < f ths associated clubs to the menbers pavilion on the occasion of the mrtches between Otago and Southland and between Christ’s College and the High School. The members of Christ’s College term arrived by the express last night, and were met at the railway station by a large crovd of the High School boys. The Southland team arrive by the South express this evening. FOOTBALL FIXTURES. Christ’s College (Christchurch) v. Otago High School, at Carisbrook, at 2 p.m.—Christie College team (black and white): Fall-bac'r, A. Nalder; three-quarters—F. C. H. Wigley (ceptain), P. T, Winter, E. R. Murphy; halves—F. Crosby, T. Upton; forwards—J. P. Buchantn, W. G. Ivenp, G. G. Tolhuret, T. H. Borwirk! E, 3. Holl, D. Matson, L. Wood, W. D. Perry. P. Herring. High School (dark blue): Fullback, G. Stephenson; three-quarters—.. N. Owen, N. Owen, J. Taiaroa ; halves—V. R. Fitchett, L. J. Oran; forwards —J. W, M'Brearty (captain), H. 0. Boydell, J. Heenan, T, R. Herd, M. H. Henderson, C. L. Uandl, W. M. Macdonald, G. H. Bundle, E, Webster. Farkside v. Southern, at Fitzroy. Employes of R. Hudson and Co. v. Ploenix Confectionery Company, at Asylum Ground, at 3 sharp. ASSOCIATION RULES, A Dunedin district team, comprising members of the Northern, Wakari, and Southern Olubs, will visit Kaitangata on Saturday to play the local club. The teams are as followsKoitangata: Comber, Reid, Growl, M'Laren, Grady, Fraser, Welsh, R. Burns, Baynes, Carsor, and Bowie; emergencies—J. Burns, Bisset, Robertson, and M'Goe. Dunedin: Grigg, J. ard D. Laing, Salmond, Gibbs, W. Carver, Browning, Pountley, Thompson, and two more. Umpire, Mr A, Buchanan.
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FOOTBALL., Evening Star, Issue 7999, 30 August 1889