WEDNESDAY ASSOCIATION. The annual meeting of the Wednesday Cricket Association was held last week, the president (Mr A. Barnett) being in the chair and all the clubs delegates were present. The annual report stated; —In submitting the third annual report tor the past season your committee June pleasure in congratulating tho members for the successful season both from a playing and weather point of view. It was very noticeable that while Wednesday cricketww wore enjoying good sunshine on fairly hard wickets, our Saturday friends, were having very wet days, with "sticky wicket? thrown in. Some changes have taken place in respect to various teams. ’.I he. St. Kikla and Grange have dropped out, hut their places were aids' liHod by the iueluaiou of the Tajevi and Venlnsubi, who showed remarkable enthusiasm during tint different games. The Grocers iron tint chmvpionship after a- strenuous stiuggle with Benroses, both those teams having the leading positions at different limes throughout the season. One of the new club's team—namely, Taieri and Peninsula B—-were limners up. During the season the association suffered a great loss through the u, , tine m Mr C. llotis to Christchurch, and your association showed their mark of appreciation by piesenting him with a silver hunting lever watch, with a. suitable inscription, and with it carried the best wishes from all the Otago players lor his future welfare. Your committee are pleased to state that we have a. small credit balance. The season commenced with £4 12s 3d, and, alter providing turf wickets for the sea-urn, finished up with a balance of £2 lie 9d. 'The thanks o! the association arc due to Mr A. Barnett for his donation of £5 ss, ami the Press tor the publication of names and matches. The following office-bearers were elected Mr A. Martin; vice-presidents--Messrs A. Barnett. . Penrose, W. Emery, K. Hudson: secretary and treasurer, A. Ueslieaux; delegate to Otnno Cricket Association, P. V ; Slovens; general committee —M-essm P. V. Stevens, (1. Edwards, Thompson, W. OgiM Islip; postponement committee —M esars Is to veins, Thompson, and Restieaux; auditor, Mr G. Wvchcrley. It was decided to open the season on November 4.
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CRICKET, Evening Star, Issue 15637, 30 October 1914
CRICKET Evening Star, Issue 15637, 30 October 1914
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