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SPORTING

CRICKET. Herbert, Haynes, 'and Co., Ltd., and Brawn, Ewing, and Co. mot at Carisbrook yesterday, tho former winning by lOJ runs. JUL and Co. made 170 |A. Haynes 64. JJoldcn 40, Nicol 15 not out, Allan 14 being principal scorers), while Haynes and i(olden divided the bowling honors. For Brown. Ewing Graham 27 and Hardy 17 batted well. FORBURY PARK TROTS POSTPONED. Up till a few minutes before 1 o'clock this afternoon it was hoped to go on with the Forbury Park trots, but the committee decided that it was unsafe in the elate of the weather to proceed with the events. It was consequently decided to begin the meeting on Wednesday nest, and to continue it .on Saturday, the sth pros.

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SPORTING, Issue 15661, 27 November 1914

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SPORTING Issue 15661, 27 November 1914

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