KAPONGA V. NEW PLYMOUTH.
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Kaponga New Plymouth for the Junior Chami pionship was decided at Bayly Park I on Thursday, and resulted in a win 1 for New Plymouth. The match was decided on the first innings, the northern ! team winning by the narrow margin of seven runs. In the second innings, New Plymouth knocked together 96, j the last man being dismissed a few minutes prior to time being called. New Plymouth. —lst innings. Stohr, bL. Cole 11 E. Billing, run out 8 Weston, c Curran, bE. Cole ... 4 Mitchell, bL. Cole 0 Medley, bL. Cole 2 H. Billing, b L. Cole 0 A. Bewley not out 23 W. Hill, bE. Cole 5 a Beckett, c Compton, bL. Cole ... 4 Lee, b E. Cole 1 f L. Hill, c Compton, bF. Gapper ... 1 , Extras 6 s — c- Total 65 Kaponga. —lst innings. • L. Cole, b Bewley 18 a E. Colo, b Bewley 1 t Curran, run out 2 * Robertson, c Weston 5 f Hartnell, c Medley 2 t C. Betts, c Medley 3 ! J. Hollard, c Beckett, b Billing ... 2 .' Gapper, b Billing 6 '. D. Kelly, b Billing 5\ r Rev. Compton, b Billing 10 1 A. E. Putt, noc out 0 Extras 4 £ Total 58 ie New Pi.YMOUTH.-r-2nd innings. ?- Stohr, run out 1 ?e? e Weslon, 1.b.w., bL. Cole 0 lQ Hill, bE. Cole 4 °I E. Billing, cE. Cole, bL. Cole ... 6 }7 Mitchell, bE. Cole 1 Jj H. Billing, cL. Cole, bE. Cole ... 15 ;" A. Bewley, bL. Cole 0 ts Medley, bL. Cole 21 in Beckett, c Robertson, b Compton... 22 es Lee, not out 14 er Hill, b E. Cole 4 «- Extras 8 B i to Total 96 ad he ,-, .m. <*
The Star' and Waitara clubs play off ] for the Senior Championship either on Good Friday or Easter Monday, the ground to be fixed by the association. The Taranaki Herald reports that a public meeting was held in New Plymouth on Wednesday night to consider the pros and cons of the disqualification of the Tariki C.C. by the Taranaki Cricket Association. The folio wing clubs were represented : — New Plymouth, Waitaxa, Camngtotk Road, Unity, and Tariki. Mr Coppard (Tariki) gave the meeting the history of the affair from the start, showing the lax way in which the association had been managed, and the scant treatment afforded the Tariki Club. It was generally regretted that no delegate of the association had mar? it convenient to attend. * resolution was carried unanimously recommending the Taranaki Cricket Association that, considering the Tariki CO. had come forward and fully explained tho facts connected with the disqualification, and having suff ex ed the loss of a season's cricket, the disqualification be removed. A discussion afterwards took place as to the advisability of forming an association for the northern clubs of Taranaki, with the headquarters at New Plymouth.
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CRICKET., Hawera & Normanby Star, Volume VXII, Issue 7162, 29 March 1901
CRICKET. Hawera & Normanby Star, Volume VXII, Issue 7162, 29 March 1901
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