The Grocers do fen ted Post and Telegraph on the Caledonian Ground yesterday. For the winners Clydesdale made 44, Ogg 33 (retired), Woodbury 16, and Torrance 10. Torrance took five wickets for 4 runs. Ogg two for 13, Bennett one for 3. and Do I,a Mere two for 5. For file losers Campbell (161 was the only play site reach double figures. Pacy (four for 2), DPKamcc (two for 19), and Hardy (one for 1.6) shared the bowling. St. Kilda defeated Tr.icri and Peninsula A on Caledonian Grounds yesterday afternoon by 199 runs. St. Kilda, batting first, compiled 251 runs for the loss of eight wickets, and declared the innings closed, MTaull S3, Jones 54, A. E. Edwards 26, Livingstone 27, Haig 15. G. Edwards 11 being top scorers. Taicri and Peninsula A replied with 52 runs, M. 'Edwards 15 and JPFarlano 12 reaching double figures. For the winners Jones and G. Edwards shared the bowling honors, both having an average of four wickets for 21 runs. Y.M.C.A. will bo represented against Hillside A at Gardens to-morrow by Ensoll, Gould. Hughes, Jones, Lumley, M'Pherson, Pacey, Restieaux, Tapper, and Thomson (2).
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CRICKET, Evening Star, Issue 15673, 11 December 1914