OTAGO UNIVERSITY v. CANTERBURY COLLEGE. Teams from the local University and Canterbury College began thesir match at G'arisbrook yesterday morning. The Canterbury captain won the toss and batted, lire wicket and outfield were slow, but the batting display of tho top scorers for tho sido was excellent. Moore, who began stiffly, settled down to a really good innings, and was unfortunate in not having anyone to stay with him long enough at the finish to enable him to get his century. Crawshaw hatted nicely, while A. Gurusey is distinctly a lad of promise. The howling of' the Otago side did not possess much sting, but A. P. Alloo and A. W. Alloo sent down some good, balls. The University, when stumps were drawn, had lost four wickets for 101, Reid being 28 not out. Beal, the Canterbury rep. player, secured three wickets for 38. A light rain fell during the latter part of tho afternoon and made matters unpleasant for the players. Following arc the scores : Oasiebbphy College.—First Innings. C. E. Beal o Smith bA. P. Alloo ... 14 K. E. Lnttrell bA. \V. Alloo ... 20 A. G. Gurnsey bA. \V. Alloo ... 29 F. W. Gurnse-v c M’Mullen b A. AV. Alloo . v ... 6 E. E. Crawshaw c Tweedy b Nicholson .;. ••• ... ... ... ... ... 43 •C. T. Moore not out ... a 38 AV. B. Thomas bA. W. Alloo ... 0 J. K. AA’atiklyti hj Reid !) F. G. Telly Ibw bA. P. Alloo ... ."3 R. .1. Richards b A. P. Alloo ... 0 A. J. Rarnett b A. AA’. Alloo 5 Extras 39 Total ... ... 207 Bowling Analysis.-—A; P. ! Alloo, 162 balls, 5 maidens, 67 runs, 3 wickets; I). Reid, 72 balls, 2 maidens, 41 runs, 1 wicket; A; AV. Alloo, 148 balls, 6 maidens, 51 runs, 5 wickets; \V. Tweedy, 30 balls, 25 runs: Nicholson, 54 balls, 34 runs, 1 wicket; E. C. Spedding, 18 balls, 10 runs. Otago University.—First Innings. AA’. Tweedy c Richards b Beni ... 24 J. Nugent. Tim out 18 A. P. Alloo c Luttroll b Real ... 23 I). Reid not out 28 A. AV. Alloo b Beal 5 Extras . 3 Total -for four wickets ... 101 Bowling Analysis.—C. E. Beal. 114 balls, 7 maidens, 33 runs, 3 wickets ; E. E. Crawshaw, 96 balls, 1 maiden, 58 rims; E. E. Lnttrell, 12 balls, 7 runs. THIRD GRADE. Albion I! and AA’cst Harbor having entered teams for the third grade championship, the Grade Committee liavo made a fresh draw. Tho matches for the next two Saturdays will therefore be us follows: November 28.-—Albion v. Christian Brothers, Asylum ; St. Kilda v. Opoho, Opoho; High School A v. Grange, Asylum ; Mornington v. High Scliool B, Alornington ; Albion B v. AVest Harbor. December s.—Albion A v. AA T est Harbor, Ravonsbourne; High School A v. St. Kilda, Asylum; .Mornington v. Opoho, Alornington; Albion B v. Grange, Opoho; Christian Brothers v. High School B. Asylum.
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CRICKET, Evening Star, Issue 15659, 25 November 1914
CRICKET Evening Star, Issue 15659, 25 November 1914
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