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CRICKET.

THE PARLIAMENTARY TEAM. {Per Press Association.—Copyright,j ■ ADELAIDE, November 8. Mr Hennikqr" Heaton has arrived to arrangements for the 'visit of .the parliamentary cricket ‘team to : the colonies. Unless an election interferes the team will leave in July or August of next year, and any profits made will be divided between •Engliahland colonial institutions.MR FIBER’S DEPARTURE. The members and supporters of the' Cariabrpok Cricket Club turned out in large numbers at Wain’t’ Hotel on Saturday night for the purpoae of-bidding farewell to MrA. H. Fisher,: prior to - his departure for - Australia. Mr J. Smith, jun., occupied the chair, and in proposing the toast of Mr Fisher expressed the hope that New Zealand’s crack bowler would find a place in the Australian Eleven, and worthily uphold the • honor of this colony. Mr Fisher, who was received with loud cheering, said he would ‘do his level best, and that was all that any man could do.. A capital musical programme was gone through, and the utmost , enthusiasm pre» vailed throughout the evening. Songs were given by Messrs A H. Fisher, Austin, Bailey, Brittain,' A. W. Cook, Clatworthy, Turnbull, Stables, Tapley,' Liggins, Morioe, Spraggon, and Palmer, while recitations were contributed by Messrs Stables and J. Hope. Messrs - D. Cooke and Liggins presided at the piano. •' Mr Fisher' left for Melbourne by the Tarawera this afternoon, and was accorded three hearty cheers, as the steamer left the wharf. • The following will represent the Waverley in their match against Palmerston to-mor-row, at Palmerston:—Baird, Nees, Pollock, Carson, Beadle, Corbett, Chadwick, Anderson, Cramond, Pickard, Hutchinson; emergencies—Patrick, Harris. The Rose defeated the Bay View by one run. The former made 51 and the latter 50. Dongall and Anderson bowled well for the winners and M'Fayden for the losers. Musselburgh played and defeated United on Saturday by 17 runs on the first innings. The Selection Uommittee of the O.C.A. met at Wain s Hotel on Saturday evening, and picked the following teams—Representative Eleven v. Eighteen Colts—to play at Carisbrookrat ten-o’clock to-morrow;— Representative Team: Baker, Broad, Clarke, Downes, Hayden, Hope, Kinvig, Johnston, M'Farlane, Liggins, Spraggon; emergency, G. G. Austin. Eighteen Juniors: W. Maclean, M‘Kersey, W. Hutchison (Dunedin), A. Parker (Grange), Murehie, Gough (Opoho), D. Smyth, King (Oceana), O’Shea, Fitzgerald (University), Uttley (Albion), Wilkie, Smith (U S.S.), Baird, Eckhoff (Waverley), J, Howison, M'Farlane (Mornington), C. H. Stables (Carisbrook); emergencies—Leary (Carisbronk), Paulks (Dunedin), Hodges (Oceana), Maoionald (Albion). The following will represent the Grocers Cricket Club against the Seacliff to-morrow: —Robertson, Ruscow, Collar, Lvine, Black, Driscoll. Breen, Ogg, Dlckell, Wilson, A, White, Conn. , Privateers Club will play a match at Outram against the West Taieri Club tomorrow. The following members are requested to meet:—P. Hessian, Nelson, J. Miller, W. Pellitt, G. Hesford, White, Rodgers, W. Smith, R. Smith, J. Delahunty, Duval, Banks, P. Delahunty, C. Delaney, O’Neill, Meenan, Miles, Clarke. In the cricket match at Oamaru between the Normal School, Dunedin, and Oamaru North, the Normal scored 44 and Oamaru 22. For the Normal Myers took nine wickets for 8 runs. Martin and Crawahaw played well for the Oamaru. The Normal were well entertained by the Oamaru teachers, and enjoyed their outing immensely. JUNIOR OOP. Albion v. Orange.—Albion 218 (Macdonald 68 not out, Himmel 54, White 16, Ritchie 15), Grange 7 for no wickets. The match will continued-on Thursday. Roalyn v. Privateers.—The above match was played on the Asylum Ground, and.resulted in a win for the former, by 18 runs on the first innings, Roslyn-scoring 53 (H. Fisher 15, W. Dobson 13 not). Privateers 35 (P. Hessian 11); second innings 46 (Pellett 12, J. Millar 13). In bowling for Roalyn T. Fisher took five wickets for 17, H. Fisher four for 16, Armit six for 17. THIRD CLASS CHAMPIONSHIP. Roslyn v. University, played at the Oval, Roalyn scoring 66 (Armit 11, Findley II), University 62 (Morgan being responsible for 33 of that number). Bowling—Clarke four for 7, Findlay 3 for 14.

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CRICKET., Issue 10465, 8 November 1897

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CRICKET. Issue 10465, 8 November 1897

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