. « ! THE PLUNKET SHIELD. I AUCKLAND v7~CANTERBURY. [Per United Press Association.] AUCKLAND, January 4. The match Canterbury v. Auckland was resumed to-day in splendid weather. The wicket is wearing well and playing- fast. 'The nob outs (Beal and Carlton) carried the score to SO,' at a fair rate, when Carlton stepped in front of a straight one from Cuinmings, Beal being then 30. 80—1—42. -Patrick filled the vacancy, and the century was raised in 80 minutes. Five runs later Patrick lifted one to Sale from Snedden, and retired after making 13. At til Harvic clean bowled Beal for 44. The latter had been at the wickets for 90 minutes, and gave a, sound display throughout Bishop and Hickmott carried the score to 134, when Bishop went lbw to Snedden. Hickmott and Wood .were partnered at the luncheon adjournment, and the score was 155 for four wickets. Scores : Carlton lbw Cummings ... -. .- ... 42 Patrick c Sale b Snedden 13 .Beal b Harvie 44 Bishop Jbw Snedden ... 11 Hickmott not out ~. 22 Wood not out 8 Extras - ... .-. ... 11 i Four wickets for ... ... 155
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CRICKET, Evening Star, Issue 15691, 4 January 1915
CRICKET Evening Star, Issue 15691, 4 January 1915
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