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CRICKET

PLUNK FT SHIELD MATCH. Third Day.—-Tuesday. The Canterbury-Wellington mutch was resumed to-ilay in fine \vea.thci\ Brico and Burns conl inued Wellington's innings. Both gave chances, Burns being eventually caught by Thomas. Soutliall, the next mat" in. played one ball, and then Brico was caught nt long-on by Woods, the innings closing for 269. Scores : Wklu.vgtox.—-First Inning:-. . Midla-ne b Carlton 14 Baker b Carlton 73 I-liddlestone st Boxshall b M'Lachlan 62 Gibhes Ibw b Carlton „. ... 19 Bray b Carlton 12 Bur'ton st Boxshall b M'Lachlan ... 23 Wilson b Sandman _0 Briee c Woods b M.'Lachlan C>2 Robinson e Sandman b M'Lachlan ... 0 Burns c Thomas b Carlton ... 6 Southali not out ... ... 0 Extras ~ 23 Total 269 Bowling Analysis.—(Sandman 1 wicket for 62 runs; M'Lachlan, four for 59; Carlton, live for 65; Patrick. 0 for 17; Thomas, 0 for 30: Hickmott, 0 for l.\ VISITORS' SECOND STRIKE. Whitta. and Bishop commenced Canterbury's second innings. Southall's first over yielded 13 runs. "After two more overs he was replaced by Hiddleston, and 30 was posted for 15 minutes' play. Robinson took time to get h'is pace. In his fifth over ho clean bowled Whitta. 40--1-21. Hickmott and Bishop carried the score, to 70, surviving a couple of bowling changes. In Brice's second over he got Bishop. 722—51. In Brice's third over Beal wa« clean howled. 78—3—4. Carlton saw 100 tip for <0 minutes' play. When he. had made 11 Carlton wa.s let off behind the wicket. Hickmott got in front of :i ball from Hiddleston juet before lunch. Scoi'&s : Caxtkiuutrv, First innings Second Innings. Bishop b Brioe 31 Whitta b Robinson 21 Hickmott, lbw b Hiddleston 28 Bcal b Brico 4 Carlton not, out » ... 20 Extras 15 Total for four wickets 119 i WE DXE SB A Y >f ATCH ES. Taieri and Peninsula A against Tost and Telegraph, on the Caledonian Ground.— T. and T. : Restieaux. iiraham. M'Clay, Milburu. M.'Farlane, M'Xenzio. Fish. Edwards, -Mar, Rice, and West. Post and Telegraph :" Aitken, Berk. Campbell. Caidno. Davidson, Elliott. Howard, M'Kenzw, M'Namce, Pacey, Ro*s. Grocers v. Taicri and Peninsula B.— Grocers: Ogg. Torrance, De la Mare, Kennedy, Bennett, Clydesdale. _ Waltho, Keast, 'Woodbury. Goatham, Ward. T. j and P. : Lee, Mathcson. Murdoch, SeideI berg. Best, Rutherford. Stevens, I'om-oroy, [ King. Kennedy. ! From now on the Colt*' team will prac- | tice at Carisbrook as usual.

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CRICKET, Issue 15698, 12 January 1915

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CRICKET Issue 15698, 12 January 1915

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