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AUCKLAND v. WELLINGTON. I Feu United Press Association,] AUCKLAND. ])«.>m!>.-r 23. Tin* W flliiij»ix>ii -Aui.-kl;iiifl mat'ii iv;i> continued to-day. At 119 Midiano wa.r.i tight fit tii-' 1 wicket, 'i 'h'.' batsman had played beautiful, freo 11 iek-t.'in and Baker continued to fa-ore vciv last. At 150 ITuwdep (Iran bowkd Laker". In t!n> nrxi WT Hi ay played hard on. Three, for 163. Hi fro had only mado four singles '.vli'ii li- put fi ea;ch iniu Sale's lands a! iniJ-iir. Four for 186. Kiddie-f-ton continued t<> play free cricket until at 225 li" was beaten anil bawled by a. Mvinger from Tlarvir. Three halls later Robinson wi's similarly bowled by Hnrvic. Six for 226. "fin; ton was b.>wl<>d by Sneddon before he ha.l .'etlkn down. Seven tor 236. At thr lii.icheon adjournment the sore ivas 271 for fmt w iekets (Wilson 4 7 -, Di.-kson 11).

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CRICKET, Issue 15686, 28 December 1914

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CRICKET Issue 15686, 28 December 1914

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