The Tnieri and Peninsula A and II teams met yesterday, and an exciting game resulted in a nm for ihe ?. team by 6 runs. Scores: I, and P. A, 63; T. and P. B, 75. Johnson (50 not out) and Best (11) baited well for the -winners, as did Rice (23), Davcnpoit (11 not out), and M’Ken/.ie (12) P i the A team. Rutherford (three wickets for 1 run) and Best (four wickets for 22 nns) howled splendidly for the. T. and P. B, a.-, did A. Graham (four wickets for 9 run:-) for the T. and P. A. 'The Grocers defeated Railway nn tho Caledonian Ground yesterday by 106 inns. Batting fi .= t, the Grocers made 144—Ogg (62) and Torrance (56) putting on 125 for the second wicket. Findb.yson took three wirkets. and Lindsay, Gray, and Millow j one each. Il.vlwey were dismissed for 38. j Findl.iysoii playing a useful innings cf 17 not out. Ogg (four wickets for 5 runs), Torrance (tinea for 11), Bennett (two for 5), and Goa them (one fear 15) shared the bowling.
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WEDNESDAY CRICKET, Evening Star, Issue 15666, 3 December 1914
WEDNESDAY CRICKET Evening Star, Issue 15666, 3 December 1914
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