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THE ENGLISH CRICKETERS.

[Per Press Association.—Copyright.]

SYDNEY, November 22. Stoddarl’s team began a match against Twenty-two of the Glen Innea district today, The local team were all disposed of for 120. Merewether (30) and Travers (not out, 18) were the principal scorers. Briggs took eight wickets and Wainwrigbt and Scoddart five each. Stoddart’s team lost seven wickets for 223 -Maclaren 40, Hirst 32, and Racjitsinhji 31.

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THE ENGLISH CRICKETERS., Issue 10478, 23 November 1897

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THE ENGLISH CRICKETERS. Issue 10478, 23 November 1897

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