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——————— WEDNESHAV MATCHES. Gro<-ers defeated Taieri and Peuin-iiia B ou the Caledonian Ground yesterelav hv three wickets and 77" runts. For the Grocers. He hi Mare i'o"t nut out). Torrance (28i, Kennedy (23). lJi-nnett il6), Clvd«'fdale H4j. and Keast- ill) reached double figures. For Taieri and Peninsula. Mathiefon made "-> and King 10. For the winners. •'Torrance. Oag. De la Mare, and Keast. and for the io.-ers Rutherford. Wilkie, Ponieieiy. Sievens. and King bowled well. Post and Telegraph. playing against Taieri and Peninsula. A. made 192 for six wickets ! Howard 72. Revs 55. Caniplvdl 19. Aitken. 15;. Taieri and Penm-ula. rfponded with 161 (M'Fariane 36 not out. Kestieaux 47, Fish 25 not out). Graham and M'Kenzie bowled well for Taieri aeel Peninsula, as did Pn-ci-y and Howard for Post and Telegraph. Railway met St. Kiida on the, Caledonian Ground. Railway declareei thfir innings ciotscd witii live wickets down f--r 275 i.Flardie 102. Finlayson 86. Lindsay 61 not out-, and F. Williams 18 not out], ./ones I who took two wickets) was the nm.-t successful bowler. St. Kikia. replied with 181 for four wickets (R. Edwards 74. Jones 21. Livingstone 55. Haig 21 not out). Fin-layso-n bowled we'd for Railway, securing all four wickets. N.S. WALES v. SOUTH AUSTRALIA. The interstate match New South Wales v. South Australia was rerimied on the Sydney Oval ye-terday. 'The'home team continued ami concluded their second inning's for 255 -Bard.-'-lev 45. Tavlor 27. Kellcway 29. RaMelilT- 59.'Rest 24' not out. South Australia, reipiiriug 548 to win. had lest one wicket for 69 runs - ■Mityuc 51 not out and VVilsmere 16 not out when stumps were drawn.

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CRICKET, Issue 15700, 14 January 1915

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CRICKET Issue 15700, 14 January 1915

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