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CRICKET.

TO-DAY'S MATCHES.

Grange v. Dunedin wa3 continued on the North Ground. Grange last Saturday lost eight wickets for 102. To-day they concluded their innings for 116. Dunedin, in their second venture, had at four o'clock lost two wickets for 39 (Kinvig 20, Clarke 0 M'Farlane, not out, 19). ' Carißbrook Av. Carisbrook B.—At 4.20 the score stood: B Team, 67 for nine wickets.

The N.E-. Valley School team beat the High School Bby 30 runs to 16. W. Young (6), D. R. Drake (10), and C. Hayden were the highest scorers. G. Hayden (five wickets for 5 runs) and Drake (four wickets for 9 runs) bowled well for the Valley, and Goyen (nine wickets for 20 runs) bowled well for the High School team. The Otago Cricket Association have appointed Messrs T. Fairbairn and Stephenson their delegates to the New Zealand Cricket Council.

The Albion (mixed team) play Waikouaiti, at Waikouaiti, on November 9. Albion: Edward?, W. Gibson, Macdonald, Manley," Peake, Robertson, J. Spence, Strachan, D. Thomson, White, Williams; emergency, G. Cummings. The following will represent the Star in their match against Shag Point, to be played at Shag Point on Tuesday, November 9 : Eyre, Rowlatt, Torrance (captain), Harris, Walker, Elder, Murdoch, Bennett (21 Shelton, Spray. W *

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CRICKET., Issue 10464, 6 November 1897

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CRICKET. Issue 10464, 6 November 1897

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