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CRICKET ASSOCIATION

The meeting of the executive of the Otago Cricket Association last night was attended by Messrs Martin fin the rhinC. Williams. G. Nelson. I.'estieaux. JTaij? Grahim. W,\ oherloy, Ramsden. Thomm-i. M'Hutehon, Steven,. Ritchie. A. Xebon. The Secretary .it the \ow Zealand Cricket Council wrote nntii'yimr tliat the annual meeting would be held in Chri-t----church on Saturday, 51st inst.-- 'The Chairman stated that, the president (Mr .). .1 Clark) \v<i-ild probably att-end. The Secretary of the Schools' Cricket Association wrote asking wheth.'r any arrangements had been made for coaching the schoolboys this season.—The lettei

was referred to. the Coaching Committee with a. leconnneiiditt tnu that- some at

ranftcments be made to coach the bovs on. -av. two aflerno.eis a week.

! The" Opohe Club reported that theii turf wicket would not be available Hi:-: | M'ii-oii, owin;; .to the work aheady done j i hcinc to n !a.-,r;e c.-.tcnt nulbtied by tim ; I force of the recent uale. i : The Secretary of the Sntithland Cricket i Asfnciattr.j: wrote -ii'ifre-tinx Januaty 12. i j 13, and 11 as date- for Hie match with Ot'.eeai at, Itivercir-;ill.-—The opinion was thai these dates would be ir. suitable, heimr too neat to tlir.-e occupierl by the rcpre-entative team tombi-:, I north, ami it wa- decided to reply to fhc ! Southland Ar-soci,uton to ihi. eiTe- t. :wi\ ; to sUi-.resT some date about, the middle of February. Several dileesite-- reported the wiilinI ne-, of their clubs to allow -chonl team- : the u-e af wcket- on Saturday iimtii!"::- : 'Die Seretary -übmitted the ii- 1 of en j ; flies of t .am.- for the various com--1 petition- ilnrint; the foi I hcoiiiiuji' .-"as.up i The til-t. ■rrade eoii-is:, d of Cari-brook j 'two team-,:, Pimedin. Albion. 'Ramre. i Cpoho. the Coi-s. and St. kilrbi.--.Mr 1 Tbom>op a-bed if d would lint be ; .o-- : -ihie to .pa, the l'ari-'ot ook t'iub to pi,->y : i.niy one team, and thus ole-iate piei-.-n--i in,/ the tiumher of senior team-, wiiiej) l he thought -.va • mt in the inte'-.-st, or i : cri-k-t.--.Mt M'ilmolmu -aid the Cari-- | brock (Tub Committee lia/l decided to inter two team , and. later, ro-e u: :: j point of order when Mr Thomson de-i'-ed : to cii.-eii-s the per-i.-niiel of tho-e teems.I.Mr Wyclmrley thoindit it unfoi ttmnte t hat ! ,-oiik- ,'H raiiirenient could not be . oine . > ! which would make r linnene- arv to tp--1 ere,pe t! ■ iiiitui,. i m ;:; - j ini-'i-, i dard ot ail cjiu'lt -• 'l'he Chairman s,, f ;. Sen-i.d tiiu if St. Kiida were admitted it j pncht i-e on the under-landing that if j thev did not -Iron first, n-rnde. form I he:-,. ■ would hj" a po--de!ity of Heir hj to i:etnrii to -.-.nd crude next ---v.m. ■-Mr WA.heiiev -aid that o wr.uld s ;, : c.-ly be fan to jii'L'c a new- -ct-ior t-'-m -ai one , -',i-oii'-' Plus Mr William i"in;a!,o! i ; thai St. Kiida .-Npeeted p. ocf. ;p , ~.,._ ! vi'v- oi -em -,r pi,,-,,.r- from other obi 1 s 1 and ii this bappep.d he failed to -.- )'...- advantipc-e to cricket. -After oon-iderahn> | dishi,d:,n Mr Ci. Xel-nn movi d til.:; .!,- 1 erp. lies ;,- ia-ceived be aceepien. a:a! lid--W.is eM'lltll.-lOv e.'ried. T!:c -ec.ii.d' . l;;l |, eutrie.. .:- i.,\i. r ,,, j ATI" .-.ceepl.'d : lOinetip, .~, p ,;.,, , | f 'aridn'oo'c am. teaiii.-', Ciain-'e. i Ip.-.1-,-., I ; Morton -ton. Alia .p. Chia-tiau lb-,,:(..,- " j It was („" ..led p. rl-fer the ht-- of ,;,,,. j in-' "f nPtrn - Pa- the thud and naoth i p;ia(h - fo" a w.-ek. there bema .■;•.!, •.»■;,! cun ie- for tie- fointl, tpadi . ! Ml Thoni.-on. a. tnic; secietnv -f tie- i • duplies' Assnci.'ito.n. -ta'ed that pis ;,.-,,. I liati'.-n desired that a board, consisting <,;' j two of their membem. p.v., meml,,-, . , ; 1 the 0.C.A.. ati'l one ,'iher -rrt icn;:p: :,.< i liairtiiau, should be -et. up for the p.p--no.-e ol --ciectme; umpire- for ah C~| match.-■ . iiichidni:_- representative tiTt'ir..-- | n.r.d.-r th- juri-diei ion of the I).('.A. It wa- deci.ded to appoint Mes-r- Re.tie,,u:-: cnrl Ramstleii a- the Cricket V--..chit -...P-, n-pie-entati\e- on the por.rd. A donation to the '-oanh fund ..'' -01 '! -, fnmi the Pmpires' A- -r.,. nition wa l :c----porced. '['he Chairman -taled tha a -iia..'.--i ion had h.eii made to him that mi-pit very : well be p-ivei, clTeet tm Th:- wa- that m; the opening day of the mm-hh ail 1 money and colleei.ions taken ;i rl.ri maudie-: he handed to !"e iiatiiotie pprd. The opinion ft th" majority of the eom- ! niitt"e wa- l hat the lime v a - a lit; le-bo.-t. ! to mak' initah!" arranip mi nt-. P. nnair : ' a uond ended ion. and it w.a-. decided, on : the mothm of Mr Pain-den. that i.e.,- ■ Satin (Lays be set. a-ide upon which ;he i takings \\,,'il<l !-c (hwot.-d t- the f:;p i, the date,- to lie arranged later. R was resolved thai there be a election I committee of thr-" lor represeutai ive, ! punches this season, and Messrs A. M;;.r- ---' tin. p. Williams, and .1. X. Crawford ; weie appointed. Il was decided P. a).proa, hj the KaP ■ koiai Cromi.l I", mpapy 'with a. vn-w P. j secunriiT tie- n-e .-: Cn |; i-ii,.j,,,, .mrt i j ,: ~ r s ( , ~,,..,. v ~ .;. Vl , , . I ; Asm.' iatiop wrote aeknowledping the letter oi th,, l.)ta_-o As.-..', nation potltyipe; then j imibilily !■• vi.-n An. kl.'iud diobie; the : comine-' scson, and pointip;; out tha* at. 'Hie meelino ~f delegates tro'u ti,.- lour ' eiiTies held two year-: .'ico an aoreeineiit •■.a.- 'iitiicd into v.biieiiy Auckia.nd was. : to make a trip to W< iiamtou and Christ : .. hm oh la-t season, and this had b en .hme ',.,(- , "ii-'oeiable iitcouvctiience, dherefoie i it h,,d corne as a. surprise ;., le.-.ni lhat ,he lltar-o Association ,-honld at, the first ..p----poitunity break :i'.va\ from the : .•fn-m.. ;<!ia,wp up. Tim committee of th- Am k 'h.nid Association had. under tin- .iromn- : stances. ,|e, ided to rrP-r 11m matter 1" the New Zealand CoiUicil.--Cei i.iiti private ' letters were receiv. d oil the same subje.r. and those wen- ciisplf red in nuinmittce, , aftei- -shieh it was resolved "That the Atifkhird Association )„• ini'im to, si,,tino; tha- the (1t:.0,> ,\ssociai ; .-n are f pi;re| .agreeable 'hat i'm matter h- idirr'-l t.il ■ th" New ?l'.'a!ai.d Crl -1,.-i C.",n- ii fm .!;,. j,- | :"" the V'hai.ana:.' p-.dimdv T.-'erred ;.. the I ; dc! Il ru Mr Ceon.;,' 1';-.-in. w!,,,. he said, j , p'a oi ilie Cmpire-' Assc-ia: inn. and had i ' done nii.il work on tiial body. lie novel in, mo'i'm of ci'iidoh'te e wi:h tii-.- deceased | ocmiemaii's family, and ".Id- was carried. ; \ similar motion -nc -aialed in lespc -5 ; si'Cavin. i\ho had been an phi and m- : i ri-eeted ]'iayer in the Opoho r 111!.. ; 1 —Draw for Saturday. j I In view of the uncertainty ree-ardim; I grounds, no dra.w was made mr til" srai .-on, Siitnt'd.iy's matclies .uiiy beiea; tit I tanked, ddie tivtun-s are as follow: - I l-'h-st, Grade.—Colts v. Carh-ih-'ook A, at i Carisbro'.k: Opoho v. St, Kiida, at St. I Hilda; Albion v. Dunedin. on the C,-,ie- ! .lonian Ground: (Jr.anp-e v. C;a'ishro.,k R, 'on the North Ground. ] Second Grade.—A section: C'arishrook : D v. Anderson Ray. at Caledonian : Carisi brook 0 v. Christian Pi-others, at C'a.ris- | brook; Hi[T.h School v. St._Kiida-, at Righ i School. R section : Morninfrton v. T.R.ini edin C, Caledonian: Granoc v. Opo'io. i ()|)oho ; Albion v, Dunedin R. North | 11 round.

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CRICKET ASSOCIATION, Issue 15635, 28 October 1914

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CRICKET ASSOCIATION Issue 15635, 28 October 1914

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