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CRICKET CLUB FOR WEST HARBOR. At a well-attended meeting held In Ravensbourne last evening, the Mayor of the district (Mr J. R. Blackie) presiding, it was decided to form a cricket club. A subcommittee wis appointed ro the purchasing of material and to canvass for members. The acting secretary was instructed to write re the use of portion of the Recreation Ground. Fifteen members were proposed and elected, and the enthusiasm shown augurs well for the success of the W.H.C.C. LEAGUE CRICKET. Tramways team to meet Y.M.C.A. at Southern Oval will consist of i Weir, Pyo, Ferguson, Webster, Paine, Bond, J. Mills, Jepson, Williams, Luskie, Gillies } emergencies—Taylor, Browning. WEDNESDAY BOWLING. Roslyn v. St. Clair, one rink, resulted t —Armstrong, Hamel, Howard, Barnett (Roslyn) 23 dofeated_ D. Gillespie. Lambert, Ruhen, Gillespie (St. Clair) 16. Port Chalmers and Kaltuna Clubs played a friendly game, the former winning by 7 points. Scores : Port Chalmers —W. Sutton, J. Emerson. A. Peters, G. (t>), 20; Kaltuna—Taylor, Hughes, Langford, Shaw (s), 13. FORBURY PARK TROTTING CLUB. At a meeting of the committee of the above, held last evening, it was decided to offer a purse of £250 for a match over two next week’s meeting, £2OO to go to the winner and ££o to the second orse, provided that the horses respectively break 4min SOseo,' otherwise no money will be paid by the club, except that if the winner breaks the time specified, £2OO will be paid. The match is to be open to the owners of Win Soon, Emmeline, and Country Belle. In addition the club will also offer a purse of lOOsovs to any horse breaking the previous track record—2rain Biaeo for one mile. The Maori Hill Brass : Band intend to

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SPORTING, Issue 15655, 20 November 1914

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SPORTING Issue 15655, 20 November 1914

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