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Winners of sections met yesterday. The hitherto unbeaten Karangahakc rink skipped by Jury went down to Nash (Palmers ton North"), and Professor Maxwell Walker was defeated by "Teddy"' Hill. The final, in which only Wellington teams (Nash and Hill) are left, will be played on Saturday afternoon. Results-of yesterday's games : Section Winners. —First Round.v~ Karaugahake (Jury) 23 beat Auckland (Osmond) 15. St. John's (Gordon) 18 beat West End (Beccroft) 14. —Second Round.— Karangahakc (Jnrv) 22 heat St. John's (Gordon) 21. Palmerston North (Nash) 23 beat Thorndon (Munro) 16. Te Hiwi (E. J. Hill) 18 beat Ponsonby (M. Walker) 16. Dominion Road (Dr Moir) 22 beat New Plymouth (A. Smart) 19. —Semi-final.— Palmerston North (Nash) 30 beat Karangahake (Jury) 18. Te Hiwi (Hill) 22 beat Dominion Road (Moir) 17. INVERCARGILL v. DUXKDJN. Two rinks of Tnvercargill bowlers who are visiting this City played a match against the Dunedm Club yesterday. The conditions were not ideal, a cold rhower ci" rain driving the players from the green for a few minutes alxnit 3 o'clock. Before commencing play, Mr W. Emery, p.tsident of the cl.ib, expressed the pleasure of local bowlers in receiving a visit from their brothers of Invercargill. II was astonishing the number of members of the local club who had handed in their names as available for the match, not because they thought they could win, bin) because, they deemed it an honor to be chosen to play against the visitors. The club would endeavor to make the stay of the Invercargill men as pleasant as possible. The game resulted in a win for the local men. Following are. the scores: I). I. W. Emery. A. Stubbs. H. C. Foster. D. Robertson 14 P. L. Gilkinson, W. Austin, J. Hollowav. A. E. Smith ... W. J. Meek, A. Black, A. J. Rawlinson, J. Bent-ley 24 J. Allan, J. Fleming*, T. A. Wallace, J. Hain 38 -51 A return match, to include some of the veteran players from the Dunedin Club, is arranged to be played on Dunedin Green at 9 a.m. to-morrow. The local plavers will bo: T. Morris, J. E. White, J as. Gilmour, A. Gillies; P. Walker. John White. J. C. Short. H. C. Foster. In the afternoon the visitors will play St. Clair Club on the Dunedin Green. Owing to this alteration, the. three following rinks of the unofficial match mentioned in last evenings ' Star' as playing on the Dunedin Green will now have to play at St. Clair:---G. Swift, jun.. W. J. Owen, J. R. Roxburgh. W. H. Duke: G. Simpson, J. Findjav, a! Steel. G. M. Pizev; J. Flint. F. Meek, J. H. Wright, J. Ryan. HARBOR BOARD v. UNION S.S. CO. Played at Roslyn Green, on Tuesday evening : U.5..H.8. W. G. Davis. C. H. Hughes, W. Smart. T. M'Lacblan" ... 20 Wilkinson. J. H. Walker. W. J. Bardsley, J. F. Hainei ... 17 The Harbor Board are not satisfied, and a return game has been arranged for on 22nd hist, at Kaituna Green.

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BOWLING THE DOMINION TOURNAMENT., Issue 15701, 15 January 1915

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BOWLING THE DOMINION TOURNAMENT. Issue 15701, 15 January 1915

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