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CHRISTS COLLEGE v. OTAGO HIGH SCHOOL. This match was begun at Cariebrook yesterday morning, and finished this morning, the result being an easy win for the ■visiting boys bv 103 runs. Yesterday the weather was cold and showery and the wicket inclined to bump, while this morning the sun shone brightly, the wicket, however, being dead and wearing rapidly. Tho cricket throughout tho match was rather poor, Lowry's batting and wicketkeeping for the College being • bright exception. The fielding of both sides wa.9 patchy, the catching being bad, especially that of the College, who declined no lees than nine chances. Shepherd in tho first inning and Hutchison in the second were the only School batemen to sho.? form. Christ's College.—First Innings. ILowry c Hutchison b Lockhart ... 13 Wilding run out ~. 10 Helmore b M'Naught 0 Thomas b Lockhart ' Hindmarsh c and b Hutchison ... _. 4 Bnrdon c Lockhart b Hutchison ... 27 Loudon b Lockhart 1 Barnett lbw b Holmes ... - 8 Macfarlane- not out - 12 Stitt b Holmes -. ~ Hamilton run out ~. ~. ... Extras __......_..• ° Total ... - ... ~ 92 Bowling Analysis.—M'Naught. 54 balls, 4 maidens, 26 runs, 1 wicket; Lockhart, 72 balls, 4 maidens, 27 runs, 3 wickets ; Hutchison. 58 balls. 30 runs. 2 wickets; •Holmes, 18 balls, 1 maiden, 3 runs, 2 wickets. Second Tnnings. Lowrv b Colvin ~ ••- 57 Wilding b Hutchison 20 Helmore b Lockhart lo Thomas b M'Naught •• 12 Hindmarsh b M'Naught... Burdon c Penrose b Hutchison 2o Loudon c Holmes hj M'Naught 0 Barnett c M'Naught b Hutchison ... 17 Macfarlane b Hutchison 12 vStitt not out 4 Hamilton st Penrose b Hutchison ... 0 Extras 1° Total 188 Bowling Analysis.—M'Naught, 11 overs, 3 maidens, 41 runs, 3 wickets; Holmes. 6 overs, 1 maiden, 20 runs; Hutchison, 9.0 overs, 1 maiden, 61 runs, 5 wickets; Lockhart, 11 overs, 3 maidens, 30 run 3. 1 wicket; Colvin, 5 overs, 1 maiden, 15 runs, I wicket; Shepherd, 5 overs, 2 maidens, II runs. High School.—First Innings. Hutchison b Burdon 9 M'Naught c Stitt b Hamilton o Cameron run out ~ Lockhart c Lowry b Hamilton 0 Gregory st Lowry b Hamilton ... .... 3 Holmes c and b Hamilton 27 Colvin c Macfarlane b Hamilton ... 0 Pilling c Stitt b Hamilton 0 Somerville b Macfarlane _6 Shepherd b Macfarlane 53 Penrose not otffc Extras 6 Total 90 Bowling Analysis.—Burdon, 11 overs, 5 maidens, 19 runs, 1 wicket; Hamilton. 14 overs, 6 maidens. 37 runs. 6 wickets; Wilding, 1 over, 2 runs; Stitt. 6 overs. Si maidens, 14 runs; Macfarlane, 2 overs, 12 inns, 2 wicket 3. Second Innings. Gregory c and b Stitt Somerville run out 16 M'Naught b Stitt ° Hutchison b Macfarlane 12 Cameron c Lowry b Macfarlane 0 Holmes c Stitt b Hamilton 16 Lockhart b Stitt 1 Colvin c Thomas b Hamilton 6 Shepherd run out 0 Pilling b Macfarlane ° Penrose not out 9 Extras 10 Total 87 Bowling Analysis.—Stitt, 60 balls. 2 maidens, "20 runs, 3 wickets; Hamilton, 108 balls, 9 maidens, 22 runs, 2 wickets; Burdon, 42 balls, 5 maidens, 3 runs; Wilding, 30 balls, 1 maiden, 15 runs; Macfarfane, 48 balls, 1 maiden, 17 runs, 3 wickets. WEDNESDAY MATCHES. Tho following will play for the ( Taieri and Peninsula A against Railway C.C. : M'Kenzie, M'Farlana. M. Edwards, Restieaux. Fish, May, Graham, Rice, M'Clay, Luke, and Douglas. . . The following will play for the laien and Peninsula B. against Post and Telegraph C.C. :—Best, Johnson. West. Lee, Slatheson, Murdoch, Rutherford, Pomeroy, Chapman, Kemnedv, and Stevens. St. Kilda v. Grocers, on No. 2 wicket, Caledonian Ground.—St. Kilda : Jones, Haig, Edwards (3), Cameron, Drvonport, hepherd, M'Faull, Mason, Kilpatnck. The following will represent the Grocers against St. Kilda on the Caledonian Ground on No 2 wicket :—Ogg, De.Lamere, Torrance, Kennedy, Bennett, Clydesdale, Waltho. Woodbury, Goatham. Halley, Ross, Ward. A Svdney cable received to-day states ihat Mr Frank Iredale, ex-internationni plaver, has been choaen as secretary of the" New South Wales Cricket Association. •

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CRICKET, Issue 15676, 15 December 1914

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CRICKET Issue 15676, 15 December 1914

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