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A meeting of the Committee of the Ota~o Cricket Association was held last evening. “ With regard to the proposed North v. South Island match, the secretary was instructed to n i°jL ify j* l6 , Zealand Cricket Council that although the Committee do not favor the match taking place, should it be decided to play they will use their best endeavors to get the various players away. The following committees were appointed for the ensuing season:—Senior and Junior Championship Committee—Messrs L. C. Gooch W H Skitch, and F. E. Brittain ; Third Glass’ Championship Committee—Messrs J. Croxford T Paterson, and J. Edwards; Selection Committee —Messrs J. Baker, R. D. Spraggon, and L C Gooch. * ’

. 1 /^, Ganternlry match, it was decided to notify the Canterbury Association that the Committee’s present idea is that the last week in February would be the most suitable time to get our team away.

It was decided to start all cup matches on the lota of October. Secretaries of clubs are in accordance with a notice appearing in our’advertising columns, requested to notify the secretary of the Association before Wednesday, 6th inst as to the number of teams they wish to enter to compete for the various contests. It was decided that the Championship Committees shall in the case of doubtful weather meet and decide whether or not championship matches shall be played, and shall post a notice of their decision at Mendelsohn’s by noon on the Saturday.

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OTAGO CRICKET ASSOCIATION, Issue 10435, 2 October 1897

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OTAGO CRICKET ASSOCIATION Issue 10435, 2 October 1897

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