TRIP TO AUCKLAND PROBABLE. Mr J. J. Clark presided over a special meeting of the executive of the Otago Cricket Association held last evening to consider a communication from the secretary of the Auckland Association. This communication was in the form of a telegram and read: “Prepared to move at our committee meeting Wednosday, that Otago recoivo £25 and 80 per cent, of profits. Same terms to apply return match. Will this help? A long discussion took place regarding the financial position of the association, and the chairman pointed out that they would have to face a heavy deficit at the end of the year. Mr Thomson considered tlxat, when the guarantees wore all redeemed the uosition would not be so very had. rlo iloubt the players selected would be willing to contribute something towards the expenses of what would he a three weeks’ holiday trip for them. He was of the opinion that the teur should be made, and moved; “That, provided suitable dates could he arranged, the Otago team tour be extended to Auckland!” Mr Haig seconded the motion, which was earned. A sub-committee consisting of Messrs Thomson, Ramsden, and Martin were appointed to communicate with the various associations concerned with a view to tho arrangement of tho tour. The following are the names of the colts requested to practice tomorrow (Wednesday) evenm-r Gallaud, Shepherd, Alloo. Bmney, Bell, Malwlm, Stephens, Chadwick, M Mullen, Sattorthwaito, Hayden, Kerr. Nelson, Smith, Williams. LEAGUE CRICKET. Saturday’s results: — Standard 91 (Holleyman 60) heat Hillside B 83 (Evans 44). Railway Club 163; Y.M.O.A. 3o and six for 50. Hillside A, 77; Tramways, 37. Reid and Gray 99 (Hedge 43); Orakanui 66. , , Haywards 71 (M'Neill 36); lock and Co. 69. WEDNESDAY MATCHES. The following will play in the match Taieri and Peninsula A and B on Wednesday, on No. 2 wicket Caledonian Ground. A team: O. MTvenzie, N. M'Farlano, W. Rice, A. Graham. R. Bishop, M. Edwards, G. May, K. Chapman T. Lamb, H. Monson, and W. Lockhart. B team: Kennedy, Best, Siedeberg, Douglas, Pomeroy, Luke, Mathesoh, M‘Clay, Rutherford, Collar, and Stevens. Tho following will represent tho Grocers against Railway;—Ogg, Dolamcre, Torrance, Kennedy, Bennett, Clydesdale, Waltho, Potter, Woodbury, Holley, W T ard, Eraser, Ross.
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CRICKET, Evening Star, Issue 15664, 1 December 1914
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