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CRICKET

NEW SOUTH WALKS v. QUEENSLAND. The first interstate cricket match of tho season was begun at Brisbane yesterday. New South Wales I Kitted lirst, scoring 265 (Davis 60, Andrews 36, MinnefU 51, Flop- ' kins 53 not out). Queensland had lost six wickets for 75 runs iSucppard 35) when stumps were draw n. Sir Cyril Moon, of Christchurch, has been appointed chairman of the Management Committee of the New Zealand Cricket Council.

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CRICKET, Issue 15644, 7 November 1914

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CRICKET Issue 15644, 7 November 1914

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