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THE ENGLISH CRICKETERS.

AGAINST NEWCASTLE. [Per Press Association.—-Copyright.] SYDNEY, November 20. In the match with Eighteen of Newcastle Stoddart’s team in their first and only innings scored 429, Hirst making 139 and Stoddart 116. When time was called the local men had lost nine wickets for 211, Rook (62), M'Glinohey (30), and Waddy (31 not out) were the principal scorers. The match was drawn.

The Newcastle men gave Stoddart’a last team a good game, scoring 189 and 87 for five wickets against the Englishmen’s 241—Ward 63, Brockwell 73.

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THE ENGLISH CRICKETERS., Issue 10477, 22 November 1897

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THE ENGLISH CRICKETERS. Issue 10477, 22 November 1897

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