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An exciting finish took place in a cricket match played between Lancashire and Yorkshire on July 18, at Huddersfield. Lanca* shire won by three runs only. The scores were—Lancashire, 81 and 163 ; Yorkshire, 160 and 71. Lord Hawke was top scorer for Yorkshire, and Briggs was in the best form for Lancashire. Mold, the Lancashire bowler, took six wickets for 76 runs, and seven for 35 runs in the two innings of Yorkshire.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Issue 8008, 10 September 1889

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