CANTERBURY v. OTAGO. The. interprovincial match Canterbury v. Otago was taken this morning on Anderson Bay courts, the. attendance at the ouuet being small. Some of the matches were verv iiitertstini;. notably that between Mrs Lord (Canterbury) and Miss Campbell, and, contrary to expectations, the Canterbury lady won. That between S. X. Brown and A. borrows (Canterbury) wa, also interesting, the northern visitor again coming out on top. This match was stubbornly contested, and lasted 80 minutes. Results: .MEN'S SINGLES. G. Ollivier (Canterbury), beat \Y. Bray (Otago), 6-1, 6-2. R. S. Brown (Otago) beat Y\ . Goss (Canterbury), 3-6, 6-1, 64. A. Borrows (Canterbury) beat r>. .V Brown 6-3. 5-6, 6-4. R. A. Wilkie (Otago) beat Gotz (Canterbury). 6-3. 6-5. LADIES' SIXGLES. Mrs Lord (Canterbury) beat Miss Campbell (Otago), 9-5. Miss Bagley (Otago) heat Mrs Lerry (Canterburv). 9-1. Mi.is Soiltcr (Canterbury) beat Miss Fletcher (Otago), 9-6. Miss Cramond (Otago) beat Miss Menzies (Canterbury), 9-5. Miss White (Otago) bent Miss Taylor (Canterbury), 9-4
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LAWN TENNIS, Evening Star, Issue 15633, 26 October 1914
LAWN TENNIS Evening Star, Issue 15633, 26 October 1914
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