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AGAINST NEW SOUTH WALES. ' [Per Press Association.—Copyright. ]' SYDNEY, November 12. . Hot weather prevails. The local team won the toss. Dorman and'Trumper faced Richardson and Hirst-, and two wickets went for- 22 runs Trumper, o Ranjitsinhji, b Hirst... ';5 Gregory, thrown out ... ... ... 14 Donnan, not out ... ... "[ 3 Noble, not out ... ... \\\ Q ’• m . Later. Three wickets have fallen for 59 runs:— Noble, b Biohsrdson ... ... „ f . 4 Iredale, not out ... ... .20 Donnan, not out ... ... ~’” .16 ■ At the luncheon adjournment three wickets were down for 83 runs. [Against Stoddart’a last team New South Wales scored 295 (Iredale 133) and 180 (Gregory 87), but were easily beaten byeight wickets, the Englishmen scoring 394 (Brown 117, Stoddart 79, Brockwell 81) and 81 for two wickets.]

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THE ENGLISH CRICKETERS., Issue 10469, 12 November 1897

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THE ENGLISH CRICKETERS. Issue 10469, 12 November 1897

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