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CRICKET.

VICTORIA v. SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, November 16. Victoria scored 231 in the second innings, M'Michael (56), M'Leod (44), and Giller (81) being the chief scorers. South Australia in the second innings have lost no wickets for 8 runs. The bowling analysis of Victoria's second innings shows that Evans got three wickets for 35 runs, and Lyons four for 71. Hawthorne (Russell street) defeated the High street School Fourth-Standard yesterday by 71 runs, the highest scorers being R. M'Leod, G. Cook, G. M'lntosh, and G. Gunn. The unfinished match between the Grange and Albion junior teams was completed on Tuesday night, and resulted in an easy win for the Albion by 153 runs. The Grange, requiring 218 to tie, could only total 65, towards which Lawlor contributed 27 and Lawrence 14. Ritchie, with six for 28, secured most of the wickets for the Albion, and was ably supported by Dray and Uttley with two for 16 each.

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CRICKET., Issue 10473, 17 November 1897

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CRICKET. Issue 10473, 17 November 1897

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