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THE ENGLISH CRICKETERS.

THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN MATCH DRAWN. ADELAIDE, November 1. It rained heavily last night, and the match between Stoddart’s team and South Australia was interrupted by frequent showers. When play ceased .the South Australians had five wickets down for 187. The match has therefore ended in a draw, •The Englishmen have left for Melbourne. Scores;—

Bowling Analysis.-—Hirst one wicket for 58 runs, Rioh&rtlson two for 80, Hinson ouo for 32, Briggs none for 5, Hayward one for 22. November 2. The action of the English umpire (Phillips) in “ no-balling” Jones for an extra fast delivery has given rise to much comment and diversity of opinion, besides raising the burning question of the fairness or otherwise of his bowling. Phillips had previously warned, Jones, and only adopted the extreme course of no-balling him because Jones took little notice of the warning, :

StODDAKT’S 1EAM. First Innings ... .. 475 South Australia. First Innings ... .. 409 Second Innings.' Darling ... .. 1 Hill ... . 45 Lyons ... ... ... " . 56 Reedman . 37 W. Giffen, not out ... . 28 Evans... ... ... | .. 10 Jarvis, not out... .. 0 Extras ... .. 10 Total (for five wickets) .. 187

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THE ENGLISH CRICKETERS., Issue 10460, 2 November 1897

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THE ENGLISH CRICKETERS. Issue 10460, 2 November 1897

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