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CRICKET

THE PLUNKET SHIELD. OTAGO v. CANTERBURY. HOME TEAM'S* SOFT WIN. Otago began their second innings at Ohrisuhureh on Saturday with a deficit of 110 runs. Our batsmen made a poor show, being disposed of in an hour and three-quarters for 84 runs, leaving Canterbury victorious by an innings and 26 runs. Scores : CAXTr.nm.MiY. First innings 218 Bowling Analysis*. Ovrs. Mdns. Rns. Wckts. J. N. Crawford 19 3 67 6 Eckhoff 8 - Ramsdeu 10.3 1 29 2 Siedeberg 14 1 55 2 Crawford howled one no-ball. Otaoo. First innings 108 Second Tnninos. IT. C. Watson b Reese 9 .7. Shepherd c Reese, b Bennett 10 A. W. Alloo e Reese b Bennett 1 J. S. Bruges b Bennett 0 .1. N. Crawford b Carlton 10 Siedeberg e Boxsball b Hickmott ... 11 Bell e Boxshall b Hickmott 11 Oalland b Hickmott 0 Ramsden not out 2 Chad wick b Hiikmott 4 Eckhoff b Bennett 1 Extras 16 Total 84 Bowling Analysis. Ovrs. Mdns. Rns. Wckts. Bennett 16 4 28 4 Carlton 7 2 9 1 Heeso 13 6 14 1 Sandman 3 1 12 Hickmott 5 1 5 4

SECOND CRADE REP. MATCH.

CANTERBURY WIN". Tn the second grade match Otago collapsed in characteristic manner in the second innings, enabling) Canterbury to win comfortably by 105 runs. Tho'visitors' second attempt realised two runs loss than their first—i.e., 156—R:inisidc securing live for 47, and bowling very steadily. Otago, requiring 190 to win."' made "a wietchod start, three wickets falling for 5 runs. Thanks chiefly to Marks, who made some excellent strokes [six of which reached the boundary) in compiling 29, and to Hutchison, who showed something hko his real form, a recovery was made. lint, only for a liLtlo while," and, except for a useful 15 by Mil burn, no one else troubled the bowlers, the innings closing for 34. Russell and Haughey bowled well, she left-hander getting six for 56 and Russell three for 54. Edgar, who had bowled so successfully in t]-,* jjr.-t innings, sent, down two overs near the close, and got one for 5. The fielding all round was good, considering the uneven nature of some parts of the ground. Scores ;■ — I CANTERBURY. First iii.uiiitfs 153 Second. Linings. Sinclair b Luri-side 2 M'llikin c and !> liurnidde, 3 H.'tuglK'v i: Hutchison b Burnr-ido ... 34 Ria.seb'o Marks b Hutchison 41 Oiincv c Shaw b flolderness 32 Strange b l.urnrdde 6 LVrrin c Thorn b Jloldcrness 4 j Lawrence run out 10 Wilson e Hutchison b IJurnsidu ... 5 Figar b Holderne-s 4 Thoijjswi not out 0 Extras 17 T °f<al 156 Howling Analysis.—llolderness, 94 balls, 6 maidens. 35 runs, 3 wickets; Burnside, 84 balls. 2 maidens. 47 runs, 5 wicketsCameron. 12 balls. 8 runs; Marks. 12 balls. 15 runs; Hut. bison. 24 balls', 29 runs, 1. wicket; Shaw, 12 balls, 9 runs. Otago. First innings 125 Second Tunings. F. Uaig b Haughev 2 White hj Eusseil ' 1 Marks b Haughev 29 Shaw e Wilson hj Russell 2 J. Ilaig 1, Haughev 5 Burnside lj Russell 1 Huleliison not out 13 Cameron, c Lawrence b Haughey ... 1 Thorn o Haughey 0 Mill.urn c. Wiisou b Edgar 13 Hold,mess 1) Haughev 2 j Extras ... 10 j loial 81 | Howling Analysis.—Russell, 84 balls, 4 I maidens. '54 runs. 3 wickets; Haughty. 96 j bail-. 6 maidens, 56 runs, 6 wickets; Edgar. 12 bulls 4 runs, 1 wicket. On Saturday evening the teams dined t";;cthir. ati'l a. social hour or two were subsequently .spent. Toasts were honored, ,ini an.i iv. itations added lu the enjoyment ot the gathering. NEW M.HTH WALKS v. VICTOIUA. Tin- interstate match bet ween Now South '.'.'ales am! \ icioi: , was b.-uu at Me!- I bourne on Saturday. The home team had lirst. use of a soft wicket. ,-ind were all disposed of for 142 runs (Armstrong 02, iloichin 15). At. c;,!i ~t time New South Wales had f..ur wi.-kds for Ith (Rardsloy 54, Kedeiur 21, ('ratten 21 not out). IXTEi:\AI!..-ITV MATCH. 'i'lic Otago Kniversity cri-kci team met Victoiia. College a: Wellington on Saturday in tiie annual m.a'eh. Otago mado 249 in the first inn;ii_s (Smith 80"n.>t out. Adams 42, Tv.-eedv 5/1. Victoria Collco 1 v,,.,-c dismissed for 63 (Fannin- 19). Alloo 1 took si>ven_ wickets for 35. atul Tweedv j three fur 2i. Following on, Victoria Coi- ] 1- ■ e had lost three wickets for 25 runs '-. at the ciose of the day's play, j WELLINGTON v. AUCKLAND. i T!i:k match was continued at Auckland j on Saturday. Scores : Wellington 2SB and ' 80 for no wicket? (Midland 42, Baker 55) • ' Auckland 257 (llenius. 105). ' j WELLINGTON v. MARLBOROUGH. ' This representative match was concluded ; at Wellington on Saturday. The home: team scored 554 (Rodgers '139, Cato 72). ' Marlborough's two innings yielded 102 and 89. Wellington n ipn'tly won by an ' innings and 163 runs. |

LEACUE CRICKET. I

CIJRISTCHUIICTI WIN. ( As in (he two representative : lrmtrhes. Omen had to plnv seennd field].? in she came between their League and the Cliristchureh f'ity .ind Suburban Association, vhi'h was concluded on th<? Caledonian Ground on Saturday, (he visitors winninc a. low-scoring match by 25 runs. Christchurch. in a minority of 3 rurt= on the first innincrs, went in a second time, and. thanks mainly to a Rood, sound in-nii-ff? of 67 by IT. 0 rammer and a useful ?B 'bv Samm's roa.-ho-l a total of 139. IJetk-r was the best of the bowlers, Torrance hi-iii'.' somewhat piratic. With 137 to get to win. Otnj*o made a bad start. three wickots falling rapidly ; irdeed. most of the batsmen shaped poorlv. H. Hodge made 26. but was over-r areful : Svmonds was strong on the leg side, and totted up 33, which was ton scorej and ,

Paris and Dr Ross contributed double figures, the doctor showing some nice cricket. Crossan again came out with Rood bowling !iguiw, his five wickets costing only 28 runs. The Christelnireh men wero superior in tin- field to the locals. Scores:— CimrsTCiiußCir. First innings 63 Second Innings. I W. Granimer b Butler 12 ! A PeWs b Butler 3 | M. Griffin run out 2 IK. M'Quillan b 'l'orrancp 0 | G. Samms hj Twrnor 28 j 11. Grammcr lbw b Svmonds 67 j J. Kettle b Dr Ross" 1 I \V Hai'die 1) Torrance 8 T. Warren b Torrance 2 W. Cronson not out 9 P Stevenson run out 1 | Extras «- 6 j Total 13v3 j Bowling Analysis.—Butler, 108 ball?. 7 j maiden.", 2 wickets, 23 runs; Torrance, : 102 halls, 2 maidens, 3 wickets, 42 runs ; Symonds. 36 balls, 1 wicket. 19 runs ; Turi ner. 50 balls, 1 maiden. 1. wicket, IB runs : Dr Rose. 42 ball?, 1 maiden, 1 wicket. 15 j ruiis ; ifollovnian, 12 balls, 6 runs; liich- | jjinnd, 18 balls. 10 runs. j Otago. I First innings 71 i Second Innings. A. Torrance, b Crossan 0 F. Paris b Samms 15 . W. Butler hj Crossan 5 A. llodge ran out 2 !II Hod ire hj Crosean 26 ' Dr Ross b Stevenson 14 G. Turner b Crossan 1 A Symonds lbw b Stevenson 33 J. Richmond not, out 4 O. Jones b Stevenson 0 F. Holleyma.n c and b Crossan 0 Extras .-■. 11 Total 11l Bowline Analysis.—Crofsan. 132 balls, 10 maidens, 28 runs, 5 wickets; Stevenson, 15 overs. 5 maidens. 27 runs, 5 wickets; Samms, 36 ball.*, 16 runs, 1 wicket; H. Grammcr, 30 balls, 1 maiden, 9 runs ; W. Grarnmer, 18 ball?, 1 maiden, 10 runs; Warren, 12 balls, 11 runs.

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CRICKET, Issue 15686, 28 December 1914

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CRICKET Issue 15686, 28 December 1914

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