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CRICKET., Issue 10450, 21 October 1897
* I THE SCHOOLS FIXTURES. The Committee of the Schools Crioket Association—Messrs Campbell (High School),. Fi-zgerald (Nnth - east Valley), Spence (Albany street), and Robertson (Arthur street)—have drawn up the following regulations in connection .with the tournament that is to be held among the schools for the schools' shield, presented by the Otago Cricketers' Association : (1) Matches to start at 9.30 a.m. (2) Stumps drawn at twelve. If one innings is not completed' by that time, play is to be continued until one innings is finished. (3) Matches not played out to be decided on the first innings. f4) Ntftnber ot balls to over to bo six. (6) All boys playing in matches must be attending the school. (6) No pupil-teachers are to take part in matches. (7) Monitors, if doing Seventh Standard work; are to be allowed to play. (8) All protests to be submitted in writing to the secretary (Mr A. G. Robertson, Arthur street School) on the Tuesday following the match. (9) All results to be sent in writing to the secretary on the Tuesday following the match. The winners alone are supposed to report the result of matches. The attention of secretaries is particularly drawn to rules 8 and 9. Unless the secretary receives official notice of the results of matches no notice can be taken of them. Matches were arranged as follows : October 23.-High A v. High B, on Asylum Ground; Normal v. Port, at Port Chalmers; Arthur street v. High street, on Asylum Ground Forbury v. George street, at Montecillo ; Albany street v. Kensington, on North Ground ; .Northeast Valley v. Mornington, at Mornington. October 30. -High A v. Port, at Port Chalmers; formal v. High street, at Montecillo; Arthur street v. George street, on North Ground; Forbury v Kensington, on the Oval; Albany street v Mornington, on North Ground; North-east Valley v. High B, at the Gardens. "" " November 6.-High A v. High street, on Asylum Ground ; Normal v. George street, on Asylum Ground ; Arthur street v. Kensington, on the Oval; Forbury v Mornington, at Montecillo: Albany street v. High B, on Asylum Ground: North-east Valley v. Port, at the Gai dens. November 13.-High A v. George street, on North Ground; Normal v. Kensington, on the Oval; Arthur street v. Mornington, on Asylum ! Ground; Forbury v. High B, on Asylum Ground; I Albany street v. Port, at Port Chalmers; Northeast Valley v. High street, at Montecillo. j November 20. -High A v. Kensington, on Asylum Ground; Normal v. Mornington, at Mornington; Arthur street v. High B on Asylum Ground; Forbury v. Port, at Port ?T ha i street v. High street, on the North Ground; North-east Valley v. George street, at the Gardens. hj November 27.-High A v. Mornington, at Mornington; Normal v. High B, on Asylum Ground; Arthur street v. Port, on Asylum Ground; Forbury v. High.street, at Montecillo: Albany street v. George street, on North Ground ; North-east Valley v. Kensington, on the Oval. December 4.-High A v. Normal, on Asylum Ground ; Arthur street v. Forbury, at Montecillo; Albany street v North-east Valley, at the Gardens; High B v. Port, at Port Chalmers; High street v. George street, at Montecillo ; Kensington v. Mornington, at Mornington ' December 11.-High A v. Forbury, on Asylum Ground ; Arthur street v. North-east Valley, at the Gardens: Normal v. Albany street, on Asyv i! G r? und ; High B v. George street, on the North Ground; High street v. Mornington, at Montecillo; Port v. Kensington, at Port Chalmers.
The captains of the public sohool teams are notified that they are allowed to play thirteen boya in the matches against each of the High School teams.
CRICKET., Issue 10450, 21 October 1897
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