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OTAGO ELEVEN v. COLTS. The attendance at the cricket match at Carisbrook yesterday was disappointing, only about £5 being falcon at the gates. The ball was inclined to “get up” a little, and the batting all round was not of a particularly high order. Shepherd, for the Colts, played an attractive innings for 66, and Bell batted well for 37 not out. The highest scores on the Otago side were got mainly by hard hitting. There was no bowling performance of outstanding merit. The game was drawn, Iho Oolts requiring 48 runs and having four wiokets in hand when stumixs were drawn. Following are the scores: Otago Eleven.—First Innings. Siedeberg cL. Chadwick b Eckhoff ... 15 Watson Tbw b Eckhoff 0 Tuckwell c and b Shepherd 9 Rev. W. Hay c Malcolm b Shepherd 6 Bruges 1> A W. Alloo 21 Ramsden b Eckhoff 13 Casey c Sattcrthwaite bA. W. Alloo 27 Adams bA. W Alloo ... 8 A. P. Alloo c L. Chadwick b A. W. Alloo 30 F. Williams c and b Shepherd 25 Stiglich not out 11 Extras 30 Total ... - 195 Bowling Analysis.—Eckhoff, 162 balls, ? maidens, 78 runs, 3 wickets; Shepherd, 72 balls, 5 maidens, 35 runs, 3 wickets; A. W. Alloo. 96 balls, 1 maiden, 52 runs-, 4 wickets. Colts.—First Innings. Shepherd c Tuckwell b Stiglich 56 1.. Chadwick c Tuckwell b Casey ... 11 A. W T . Alloo run out .. 17 801 l not out 37 C Chadwick c Bruges b Ramsden ... 0 G a Hand b Ramsden 14 Malcolm run out 4 Binney not out 2 Extras 7 Total for six wickets 148 Bowling Analysis.-—Casey, 90 balls. 3 maidens, 55 runs, 1 wicket ; Hay, 66 balls, 1 maiden, 28 runs; Stiglich, 36 balls, 28 runs, 1 wicket; Ram-sden, 60 balls, 1 maiden. 50 runs. 2 wickets.

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CRICKET, Evening Star, Issue 15673, 11 December 1914

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CRICKET Evening Star, Issue 15673, 11 December 1914