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Scores at 3.4 C p.m. : Caris'brook A v. Opoha.—Carisbrook six wickets for 73 (Adams 00, Siedeberg 16, Bruges 11). , , , St. Kilda v. Cari'iimnk B. —“ The Samis batted first, and had scored 95 for six wickets (Livingstone 58 not out). , Grange v. Albion.—Grange 104 for three wickota (Hold away 35 and Chadwick 48, both not out). Grange had lost three wickets for 31, when Holdaway and Chadwick got together and made a fine stand. Colts v. Dunedin. —Dunedin six wickets fo. 103 (Johnston 50, run out).

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TO-DAY’S CRICKET., Issue 15674, 12 December 1914

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TO-DAY’S CRICKET. Issue 15674, 12 December 1914

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