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The return match between team 3 representing Dunedin end Port Chalmers wa3 played in the Covent Gardens dining rooms last Wednesday evening. Tho last match, played at Port, resulted in a draw, and it was anticipated that this match also would be closely contested. There were thirteen player 3 a side, Messrs Montgomery and Aberue'hy piloting their respective sides. The following are the scores :

At the conclusion of play the visiting team were entertained at supper. After the feasting was over, Mr Abernethy extended a welcome to Mr W. M'ltwrick, of Inveroargill, and in the course of his remarks referred to the displacement of old players by the young, as evidenced in the composition of the teams.:r : Speeches were made by Messrs Montgomery, M'llwrick, Davidson (Sawyers Bay), and Hilliker, and a pleasant gathering was brought to a close in time to allow the visitors to catch the late train for home.

Port Chalmers. DUNEDIN. Wins. Draws. Wins. 0 II. Montgomery. .. 2 J. A. Lucas ... ... I 0 Coleman ... .. 3 G. Foreman ... ... 1 1 Hornby ... .. 1 W. Lowe ... ... 2 0 Davidson ... .. 0 Hilliker ... 2 3 G. Holden... . .. 0 Murchison ... ... 1 1 Campbell ... .. 0 Rankin ... 3 1 Harrison ... ... 0 Abernethy ... ... 2 0 Cowan ... 2 Bruce ... I 1 Evans r. 1 Carr ... 2 0 Percy ... 2 Beck ... 2 1 Main ... 0 Trainor ... 3 0 Perry ... 0 Clearv ... 4 0 Hastie ... . ... 3 Butterfield ... ... 1 8~ 14 £5

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DRAUGHTS MATCH., Issue 10471, 15 November 1897

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DRAUGHTS MATCH. Issue 10471, 15 November 1897

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