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Following are the acceptors for tha principal events on the first day (Wednesday next) of the Takapua Spring Meeting : St. Andrew"s Handicap. Um.—Royal Irish 9.0. Mouojack 8.0, Goldsize 8.0, Jolie Fille 7.10, Phosphorus 7.4, Ratana 7.2. Kawoen 7.0. Soldier 6.12, Monorail 6.10, Flying Soult 6.7. Cheltenham Handicap. 7f.—Electrakoff 3.10, Tattoo 8.7, Monjack 8.7, Waiorcwa 8.6, Ineuru 8.4, Patronale 8.2, Worcester 7.10. Yankee Doodle 7.9, Bedford 7.7, Tripoli 7.6, Delenda 7.2, Tinopai 6.12, Monorail 6.12, Selection 6.11, Ruse de Guerra 6.9, Lady Elgiva 6.7, Devastation 6.7. BOWLING. The first match this season for tha Holmes Feathers was plaved between tho St. Clair Club (the holders) and the Kaikorai Club at St. Clair laet evening. The weather and green conditions were all that could be desired. After a very good game, in which St. Clair were always a little ahead, the score at the 18th head was St. Clair 15, Kaikorai 14, and a close finish was promised. However, the Kaikorai fell away and stopped scoring, while their opponents put on another 9 points. The teams .consisted of : St. Clair—J. Seddon. J. S. Foster, W. It. Piddington, J. H. Hancock (24). Kaikorai—W. Heenan, 11. Morton, N. Malcolm, W. C. Allnutt (14).


Win Soon and Country Girl will tak-j part en .the first day of the Forbury Park Spring M.eeting (Friday next) in the match for a purse of £250 offered by the club provided that 4miu 50sec is broken for tho two miles. Win Soon was the winner and Country Belle the runner-up for the New Zealand Trotting Cup at Addington last week.

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SPORTING, Issue 15656, 21 November 1914

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SPORTING Issue 15656, 21 November 1914

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