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TO-DAY'S CRICKET.

The North-eaßb Valley. School defeated the Port Chalmers School by 64 runs. Scores: Valley 92 (Drake 33, Bland 15, Reid 14, and Dudfield 8 not out); Port Chalmers 28 (Tennent 10. Waters 9). Haydon (five wickets for 12 runs) and Drake (five for 14) bowled well for the winners, and Bundle and Tennent for the Port School.

Carisbrook B v. Dunedin was played on the Caledonian Ground. Dunedin, batting first, had at 4 p.m. lost four wickets for 82 runs. Clarke made 43 before being bowled by Smith, and Clarke and Kinvig together made 58 while they were partnered. Dunedin's innings closed for 116. Grange v. Albion was commenced on the North Ground this afternoon. Albion's first innings closed for 41, Hope (13) being highest scorer. Downes took three wickets for 17 and Parker six for 10.

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TO-DAY'S CRICKET., Issue 10470, 13 November 1897

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TO-DAY'S CRICKET. Issue 10470, 13 November 1897

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