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TO-DAY'S CRICKET.

Scores at 3.30 p.m. :-- Graime v Carisbrook B.—Craime all out for 41 (Popple 27). Nelson took four° wickets with .four bails, and his a vertigo was six for 29. Hardie took three wickets for 8 runs. . C 1 Colts v. Carisbrook A.-Colts, 107 lor three wickets (Shepherd 51, Chad wick 33, Bell 14 not out). ~,,-.._, „ c i m Opoho v. St. Ivikla.—Opoho 100 for six wickets (Davidson 45 not out). Albion v. Dunedin.—Albion 103 for four wickets (Brinsley 50 not out, I Shepherd 26). = :== l

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TO-DAY'S CRICKET., Issue 15696, 9 January 1915

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TO-DAY'S CRICKET. Issue 15696, 9 January 1915

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