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CRICKET

THE PLUNKET SHIELD

[Per United Press Assocutiok.]

AUCKLAND, January 2,

Canterbury's innings closed for 208, or 4 behind the home team's total. Thomas adding the remaining 12 runs before Hemus caught him in the slips. Scores:

CanterßrnY.—First Innings. Woods b Snedden 1 Whittn b Harvie 12 Bishop ~t Rountree b Taylor 18 Hiekmott c and b Cummings 63 Patrick c Snedden b Harvie 18 Beal c and b Snedden 1 Sandman c Rountree b Snedden ... fi Carlton c. Rountree b Snedden 3 Thomas c Hemus b Snedden ... ... 41 Bennett c Hemus b Cummings 10 Boxshall not out 11 Extras ! 25 Total 203 Bowling for 61, Snedden 5 for 78. Cummings 2 for 25, Taylor 1 for 19, Hemus and Horspool opened Auckland'.? second innings. They scored freely, getting 19 in. eight minutes. Then Hemns gave a catch to Bishop in the slips, who fumbled it, but Carlton .snapped the ball before it touched the ground. 1—7—19. Sneddon followed at 47, out Ibw to Bennett. 2—l6 —47. Taylor was clean bowled by Thomas. 43—4—60. Scores;— Hemus c Carlton b Bishop 7 Snedden Ibw Bennett 16 Taylor b Thomas 4 -Horspool in 30 Sundries , 4 OTAG o~v. WELLINGTON. A BIG SCORE. WELLINGTON, January 2. The Otago-Wellington match was resumed to-day in glorious weather. At the luncheon adjournment Wellington in their first innings had lost seven wickets for 399 (Midlane- not out 219, Brice 68, Dickson 2).

Wellington are all out for 498 iMidlane not out 222;.

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CRICKET, Issue 15690, 2 January 1915

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CRICKET Issue 15690, 2 January 1915

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