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Matches were resumed on Saturday after the holiday interval, the .second round of, senior fixtures being proceeded with, and the juniors taking up the running at the point at which it was interrupted by the adv-enf of Christmas. The feature- ot_ rue. day's play was the excellent "double by .L"X*. Crawford, who scored 135 n,-t out and took eight wickets, for 50 runs_ for the Colts against Car is brook .' The, Colt,--' scoro was 284 for five wickets (m----nincs closed), and thev won by 152, runs. Two <>ther good individual performances were put up" in the Carkbro-ok R-Grango match, wb.ich was also played at Cansbrook. We.stbrook scored 106 by very good cricket, and Nelson, for the same t-ea.m, performed the! unique feat of taking four wickets with four successive deliveries. Carisbrook won very _ easfily. Dunrdin gained a meritorious win over Albion. wh,» made 170, by six wickets, while Opoho accounted for St. Hilda by 75 runs. Eollowin;,' aw the- results : , Colts v. Cawshhook -' v - These two teams met at- Carisbrook before a- very fair attendance of siKctatora. The Colts' ba-ttod first, the iisuiil p;ur—.Sbrphorrl and (lia-dwick —cvpening. 'l'ho former began in charautorisLic slvlo with a four off t-ho firet bail sent ilown._and t,he scoro wont along steadily to 75. when Siedeberg Stephens did not get- going", bein-t taken by Adams at mid-off a.ftor «>)rin,g 2. scon afterwards Shepherd fell in the same way, ami three wickets wejo down for 87. Bell and Crawford n«nV bocame. associated, and a long and profitable partnership ensued. Both played sound cricket, Crawford showing- admirable restraint until he C'othis eye in, and then laying on the wood in refreshing .stylo. A fter "helping to put on 131 runs for the fourth wicket Bell was bowled by Adams for 40. Oalland, who followed, got. 11 before Siedeberg p-ot one- past him. Crawford then indulged in soiiio tall hitting. Beginning on Adams, he hit him for"6, 4, 2, 4. A 4 and a 1 camo from the next over, and then, facing- Alloa, he punished the voung lefthander's last- over to the tune of 26 runs — 4. 6. 6. 4, 4. 2. It- wa.s a magniiicont burst of hurricane hit-tint;. The innings wa.s then closed, fivo wickeis having fallen for 234. ' Siedeberg and Adams began for Carisbrook. but the latter only got 3 before being bowled by Crawford. Bruges fell a victim to Shepherd for 1, but Siedeberg, batting carefully and soundly, went on to 30, when he lifted one to Galiand and was out. Smith played nicely, and stayed at the- wickets a long while for 31. Alloo and Bannerman scored 23 and 20 respectively by forceful cricket-, the hitter's score consisting entirely of boundary hits. No one else "offcrorl any ro.-dst-nco to ("re.-.i-ford, who came out- with eight wickets: for 50. and the. innings closed for 152. the Colts winning by 152 runs. Scores :- Colts. —First Innings. Shepherd c Adams b A. P. A!hv> ... 51 Chadwick c Siedeberg b Bannerman 3-3 Stephens- c Adams b "A. P. Alloo ... 2 Be.ll b Adams 40 Crawford m.t "lit 135 Galiand b Siedeberg 11 Binney not out 0 IlltlilliS ringed, five wickets for 234 Bowling Analysis. Siedrberg, 78 balls. ; 1 maiden, 60 runs. 2 wicket*: Alloo. 120 [balls. 4 maidens," ICO runs. 2 wickets; I Bannerman. 96 balls. 3 mai_deu_s. 77 runs. 1 ! wicket-; Adams, 24 balls, o5 run-. ; CAjusbhook A.—First Innings. I Siedeborg c Galiand b Crawford ... 5.0 I Adams b Crawford 3 Bruges b Shepherd _1 i Smith c and b Crawford ol I A. P. Alloo o Bell b Crawford 23 | Bannerman c Haitr b Crawford '2O ! Nicholson b Galiand 5 Austin b Crawford 0 i Harraway not out 1 Martin e .Binnev b (.'rawford 4 Fulton c Hai-g b" Crav.-iord 0 Extras " 14 Total 152 Bowling Analysis.—Crawford, 74 balls, 3 maidens. 50 runs, 8 wickets : Shepherd, 50 balls, 26 runs, 1 wicket; .Bell. 18 balls. 35 i*uiis ; Galiand. 24 balls. 2 maidens, 7 runs, 1 wicket. Carisbhook B v. Gr.-\NGE. This match was played on the side wicket at Carisbrook, and proved a very I one-sided engagement. Grange, who I batted first, were all out for 41 run*, Popple being the only batsman to play the i bowling with any coniiueucc ; he made 27, ! the next best score on the side being 4. I Nelson, who took six wickets for 29, got four of his victims with successive balls—two with the, last, two balls of one over and two with the first, and second of tho next over. FTardie ak-o bowled through tho innings, and got three for 8. Carisbrook easily passed their opponents' scoro before losing a wicket. Westbrook and Tuckweli putting on 75 before the latter wa,s bowled. Nugent and West-brook then made a long stand, and took the score to 202; West brook being eventually caught for 106 and Nugent for 56. The other batsmen did not :-ot very far, the innings closing for 257. K.east, with his mixed deliveries, to<>k six for 39. Score?: Grange.—First Innings. Keast c Drtimrn b Hardie 0 Roberts b Nelson 4 Chadwick 1. Hardi.-- .'. ... .1 Popple i; Westbrook b Nebon '■.'.( Eekhold c Nelson b Hardie 0 W. Beeby c Bardie b Nelson 0 Holdaway b Nelson .1 J. Graham b Nelson 1 A. Graham not out... 1 'Henderson b Neljou 0 C. Becbv run out 2 Extra* 4 Total II Rowling Analysis.—Nohoit. 43 balls, 1 maiden, 29 runs, 6 wirkels ; Hartiie, -'lB balls, 4 maidens, S runs. "< wickets. Carisiikook B.—First Innings. Westbrook o J. Graham i> Keast ... 106 Tuckweli b J. Graham 30 Nugent c C. Bwbv b Keas;, 56 Driimm b A. Graham 0 Lore as c O'hadwick b Keast Speddine b KeaM 9 C. B. Alloo b Kea.-=t ... Vi l)e Beer c I'oople b A. Graham 6 Hardy' st Chadwick b Keast 14 Nelson inn out 0 Wa-teon not out 9 Total 257 Bowling Aaahvija.—J. Graham. .102 bails, 1 maiden, 63 runs. 1 wicket; Eokhold, 42 balls, 1 maiden, 24 runs; W, Beeby, oO balls, 31 runs; A. Graham, 36 bads, 31 runs, 2 wickets; Hcnclcffion 54 bails, 2 maidens, 29 runs ; Holdaway, 30 balls. 11 runs: C. Beebv, 12 balls, 21 runs; Keast, 4-3 bails, 59 runs. 6 wickeis. Oi'ono v. Sr. The match between Opoho and St. Kiida, <<n Gulling Park, where, a really good wicket had been prepared, resulted tn a comfortable first innings win for tho visitors after a somewhat uninteresting afternoon's play. Opoho had first strike, but opened disastrously, losing three for 25, both Kenny and Casey [who was run out owing to some misunderstanding, over which the batsmen were perhaps not altogether to blame) being got rid of cheaply. Davidson, however, batted confidently, and he and Kilgour made a good showing, they being responsible for iust- over half of the total.' Davidson's 53 was not a particularly attractive innings, but he nnade some good strokes, while Kilgour played nice 'vleket for bis 25. The St. Kiida skipper used five bowlers, but it is questionable whether it -would not have paid hint better to have given Edwards, who was bowling really well most of the time, a brief spell rather than a prolonged one. The homo team, having plenty of timo in which to get the required runs, were expected to make a fairly good showing, but they disappointed their supporters. EckhofT captured six wickets at an average of nine, and Casey bowled a good deal bettor than his analysis indicates. Davidson, who sent down five overs, secured two for 12. St. Kiida aro a young team, and some of their batsmen la- -k confidence, and their failure was partly dMM. to a, want uf that *.uuality. On the

| other hand, tho visitors' fielding was particularly good, as tho details indicate. The following aro the scores : Oi'OHO.—First Innings. Kenny b Edwards 'j l Ingram b Edwards j Casey run out ° Davidson b Livingstone 53 Brown b Edwards Timlin b Harvey ' Taylor b Edwards „ Kilgour b W. Kerr Mooro b Livingstone " Evans run out j) Ei'khoif not out V Extras lD Total 157 Bowling Analysis.--T. Livingstone, 11 overs, 1 maiden", 39 runs, 2 wickets; G. Edwards. 15 overs, 3 maidens, 45 mils, 4 wickets: Harvey, 5 overs, 25 runs, 1 wicket; M'Carten. 4 overs, 1 maiden, 13 runs: Walter Kerr, 3 overs, 19 runs. 1 wicket, St. Kii.oa.--First Tunings. IT. Livingstone <- Timlin b Eckhoff ... 13 Walter Kerr o Kenny b Eckhoff ... 4 M'Carten c Moore b Davidson 10 M'Faull r. Timlin b Eckhoff ''• M'Farlano b Eckhoff AVm. Kerr c Casey b Eckhoff 12 King c and b Casey Ip Edwards o Brown b Davidson 2 Ward b Casev H A. Livingstone b I'lckboff 0 Harvey not out 0 I Extras 1-5 | Total 82 I Bowling Analysis.—Eckhoff, 16 overs, 3 maidens, 55 runs, 6 wickets: Casey, lb overs. 4 maidens, 21 runs, 2 wickets; Davidson, 5 overs, 12 runs, 2 wickets. DrXEDIN V. At.KION'. This match was played on the North Ground. Albion, thanks to the brisk batting of Brinsley, who contributed 74 (which included seven fours) in good style, were able to compile 170 runs. R. Shepherd (261 also batted well, while others to reach double, figures were Jos. Marks (11), 0. Williams (11), and Strang (10). The bowling was not by any 'means difficult, and the home team should have, made more runs. Given got tho fine average of fivo for 37. Dunedin replied with 173 for four wickets, thus beading their opponents' total with six wickets to spare. Grigg, a very consistent bat. made 62, and Brydone 'was unbeaten when stumps were drawn with 57 to his credit. The bowling was severely punished. Mackersy had made 25 when he was run out. Scores:— Aliuox.— First Innings. Brinsley o Brvden b Given 74 F. Williams Ibw b Mackersy 5 ! R. Shepherd c and b M'Kav 26 j Baker b Given 1 Jos. Marks b Given 11 Strang b M'Kay 10 Stewart run out 0 Johnston o Graham b Mackersy ... 2 Jas. .Marks o Brvden b Given 6 I C. Williams c Wilkio b Given 11 j StigHch not out 5 Extras 10 ! Total "0 j Bowling Analysis.—Mackcrsv 102 balls. [2 maidens, 66 runs, 2 wickets; Given 74 J balls, 3 maidens, 37 runs, 5 wickets; I Graham 78 balls, 2 maidens. 34 runs; I M'Kav 42 balls, 3 maidens, 14 runs, 2 ( wickeis. 1 DitNEDix.—First Innings. I Wtlkie.b Marks " 11 i Cramond c Htiglirh b ?>larks 5 ! Grigg b Shepherd 62 ! Mackersy run out 25 Brvden not out 57 Perry not out , 3 Extras 10 Four wickets for 173 Bowling Analysis.—Stiglich 42 balls, 29 runs ; Marks 66 balls, 1 maiden, 48 runs. 2 wickets; Johnston 60 balls, 28 runs; Shepherd 54 balls, 32 runs, 1 wicket; C. Williams 12 balls. 1.5 run? ; Marks 24 balls, 11 runs. SECOND GRADE. St. Kiida 135 iMuir 44) defeated Carisbrook 113 (Raynor 21) by 22 runs. Opoho beat Dunedin C by three wickets. Tho latter, batting first, put together 146 lA. Johnstone 44, Sanderson 51, D. Wilkio 23, Fish 21 not out!. Opoho replied with 153 for seven wickets (Rutherford 35, Graham 26). When this pair became partnered the total was 103, and it was anybody's game. Mornington" 182 (Watson 38, faradm--38. Shaw 24, Morgan 23) beat Dunedm 67. For tho winners Holderness took live wickets for 16. and Morgan four for 28. Christian Brothers scored 198 for nine wickets (F. Fogarty 64, Dan Fogarty 59, Fl. Clancey 2 not out), and then dismissed Anderson Bay for 63 (Abercrombie 26). The. match Albion v. Grange resulted in a win for the I alter by 52 runs. Grange batted iir.-t. White (58)" and Patterson (70), the opening batsmen, putting on 148 before being separated, both playing splendid ciicket. The innings closed for 174, Binnev taking- wickets and Burnsid-e two. Albion replied with 118 (Thomson 27. Oar. tez 24), Groebie (six wickets) and Miller (two wickets) bowling well for Grange, THIRD GRADE,. West Harbor defeated Mornington by 3 runs. | Si. Kiida R7 defeated Gra.tige (playing ! six men) 48, by 39 runs. AT OTHER CENTRES. Auckland.--Results of the fifth round of the district championships :- Eden A, 145 and 108 for two wickets, defeated University 83 and 97 for five wickets, on the first innings.—Grafton (257) beat Ponsonby (256) bv a run.—Parnoll (239 and 116 for four wickets) beat North Shore (220) on the, first innings.—Waitemata (288) succumbed to Eden 15 (349 for seven wickets, Blair 159). Christchurch,—There, was no play in coitsequneco of the weather. INTERSTATE- MATCH. Rain prevented continuance of the match between New South Wales and South Australia at Sydney on Saturday. LEAGUE CRiCKET. Tramways (Bond 42, Paine 42, Williams 30 not out) declared closed with four wickets for 142, and dismissed Orokonui for 84 (Bambery 41 not out, M. Beasley 201. For Tramways, Jepsou took three wickets for 19 runs and Delamere three for 8. V.M.C.A. beat Reid and Gray by 34 runs on the first innings. V.M.C.A. made 48, Reid and Gray 14 and 42. For Y.AI C.A., Jones took seven wickets for 3 runs, and five for 25, F. A. Thomson took three for 11 and four for 12, and M'Pherson took one for 4. For Reid and (dray. Morgan took six for 11 and Hodge two lor 18. Railways 121 (Guy 35, Pettit not out) beat Flay wards 91 (Cameron 36). Swinuey for the winners took two wickets for 27 runs, Turner two for 25, and Finlayson three for 16. For Haywavds, Barrow took five for 35, Butcher two for 27, and M'Dougall two for 5. Hillside B 69 defeated Hillside A 42. For the B team, Ross took seven wickets for 33 runs and.Evans three for 7; and for the A team, Symonds took seven for 26, Deuchrass one for 10, and Hayden two for 31. Standard beat Shackloeks by 72 runs on tho first innings. Standard made 115 (Lax 24, Richmond" 30). Shackloeks wero disposed of for 43 (Burt 19) and 99 for seven wickets (J. Torrance 48 not out). Bowling for Standard, Richmond took four wickets for 19 runs and Holleyman six for 21 in the first innings, and in the second innings Lax took four for 41 and Ellis three for 15. For Shackloeks, Puddy took .four for 30 and Hodge four for 28.

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CRICKET, Issue 15697, 11 January 1915

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