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ATHLETIC SPORTS.

CRICKET. BAY OF ISLANDS V. AUCKLAND. Yesterday the Bay of Islands cricket team played a match in the Domain with Auckland Cricket Club, which resulted in a win for the visitors by seven runs on the first innings. Cuff and Brown, of the Auckland team, bitted for the Bay of Islands men, as the Utter were two short. The scores are as follow :— Bay of Islands.—First innings: Wills, c Stewart, b St. Paul, 1; J. Reed, b Lundon, 11; Cuff, 0 Lundon, b St, Paul, 1; Wills, it St. Paul, 0; Wallace, 0 and b St, Paul, 3. Y. H. Reed, b Hill, 48'; Brown, 0 Renderdine, b Lundon 12; Davidson, c Stewart, b Kenderdine, 6 Matthews, b Hill, 10 Saies, b Hill, 3; Braithwaite, not out, 1 ; extras, 6: total, 102. . Bowling Analysis.-St. Paul, 4 wickets for 51; J. Lundon. 2 for 20 Hill, 3 for 10 Keuderdiue, 1 for 0. Auckland.—First innings: E. C. Beale, b Davidson, 34; Todd, c Matthews, b Davidson, 13; A. M. Beale, b Davidson. 5; Lundon, c Saies b Davidson, 0; Kenderdine, bV. Reed, 15; Hill, c Willis, b Davidson, 0 J. H. Stewart, c Willis, b Davidson, 0; C. Stewart, run out, 1: St. Paul, b V. Reed, 0; A. S. P. Habet, c Wallace, b Davidson,l4; Harrison, not out, 1; extras, 12: total, 95. Bowling Analysis.—Mathews. 0 wickets for 20 runs: Davidson, 7 wickets for 21 runs; V. H. Reed, 2 wickets for 22 ; Saies, Ofor 8. Bay ok Islands.— innings: J. Reid, c and bC. Stewart, 17; V. H. Reed, bA. Beale, 4; Wells, not out, 47 Wallace, b Hill, 1; Cuff, not out, 41. The Whaugarei team met Gordon at the Domain yesterday, and after a well-contested match the former experienced a defeat by 36. For the visitors, J. Woollcr and A. McKenzie were the most successful run-getters, and in the same department in the home team J, A. Kallender, C. Kissling, C. Hay, Dr. Egan, and Dr. Pabst contributed the majority. Fairburn was the most successful with the ball. Time would not permit of the match being played out and it was decided on the first innings. The scores are:— Gordon.— innings: H. Moore-Jones, b JlcGuinness, 3; J. A. Kallender, run out, 29; C. Kissling, 16; Dr. Pabst, b McDonald, 12; Williamson, b McDonald, 0 ; Dr. Egan, not out. 15; Cullerne, b McDonald, 4; S. Moore-Jones, b Bissett, 0; A. Fairburn run out, 0; G. C. W. Morris, c McDonald, b Bissett, 0: total, 79. BOWLING ANALYSIs.-McGuinness, 1 tor 29: McDonald, 4 for 11; Bissett, 2 for 16. WHANGAREI.-First innings: A. Mckenzie, b Fairburn, 1; H. Swaffield b Fairburn, 4- G. Brown, b Fairburn, 0; W. McDonald, b'Kallender, 2; J. Wooller, run out, 9; H. McGuinness, b Fairburn, 3; F. Murdoch, b Fairburn, 0; A. Bissett, b Kallender, 7; A. McKenzie, not out, 3; J. Miller, b Fairburn, 3; Matthieson, b Fairburn, 0; extras, 4: total, 36. , .. Bowling Analysis.—Kallender 2 for 14, Fairburu 7 for 18. Gordon.—Second innings: Dr. rabst, b McDoiinld, 2; J. A. Kallender, b McDonald, 34; A. Fairburn, b Bissett, 4; C. Kissling, b Wooller, 16 ; C. Hay, b McDonald, 15; Dr. Kgan, c McKenzie, b Wooller, 12; H. Moore-Jones, run out. 4; S. Moore-Joues, b McDonald, 0; G. C. W. Morris, thrown out, 8; Cullerne, b Wooller, 1; Williamson, not out, 1: Total, 97. , Bowling Analysis.—.McDonald 4 for 39, Bissett 1 for 42, Wooller 3 for 16. Whangarki,—Second innings: A. McKenzie, b Williamson, 13: Arch. McKenzie, b Williamson, 4; J. Wooller, not out, 16; Bissett, b Pabst, 0; McDonald, b Williamson, 0; Brown, b Pabst, 4; Murdoch, b Egan, 1; Matliieson, not out, 5; extras, 6; total, 49. Bowling Analysis.—Williamson, 3 for 18; Pabst, 2 for 12; Egan, 1 for 3.

NAVAL SPORTS. About four or five hundred people were present at the Naval Depot, North Shore, yesterday, to see the sports got up by the officers and men of the H.M.s. Royalist, and an enjoyable day was spent. At the conclusion of the events the trophies were presented by Mrs. Isaacs. The committee, which consisted of the following, carried out its duties very successfully Commander E. G. Rason, president; and Messrs. Lieutenant V. G. Gurner, Vernon, Long, Surgeon fl. B. Beatty, Hanuaford, Stewart, Gleuister. Appended are the results High Jump : Wright 1, Easterbrook 2. Putting Weight: Stewart 1, Long 2. Long Jump : Bettinson l,Goggin2. Throwing Cricket Ball : Stewart 1, Gloyn 2, InmanS. Quarter-mile Race : Mackintosh 1, Gloyn 2, Harford 3. Bucket of Water Race '■ Falkner 1, Pilgrim 2, Hannaford 3. Veteran's Race : Maddaford 1, Johns 2. Potato and Bucket Race : Rookes 1, Turner and Howell 3. Mile Race : Goggiu 1, Inman 2. Sack Race : Gloyn 1, Rodwell 2, Howell 3. 100 Yds: Scoones 1, Mackintosh 2, Turner 3. Three-Legged Race: Mackintosh and Roberts 1, Rodwell and Davis 2, Long and Harford 3. Wheel-barrow Rice: Turner and Scoons I, Mackintosh and Roberts 2. Half-Mile Race: Barnes 1, Gloyn 2, Maddaford 3. Tug-of-War (starboard v. port): Won by starboard watch by two out of three pulls. Obstacle Race: Ryan 1, Hannaford 2, O'Hanlon 3.

ARATAPU football CLUB. The annual meeting of the Aratapa Football Club was held in the Rink on Saturday evening, Mr. W. J. Bassett, vice-president in the chair. There was a large attendance, and thirty-eight names were handed in for membership. The balance-sheet was presented by the treasurer, Mr. T. Nield, and approved. It showed an income for the year of £44 13s (id, and an expenditure of £44 8s 3d, leaving cash in hand 5s 3d. But as the club has a liability of £4 12s 6d there is really a nett deficit of £4 7s 3d. The following officers were elected:—Secretary, Mr. T. Nield ; treasurer, Mr. W. J. Bassett; patron, Mr. J. Harrison; vice-presidents, Messrs. May, O'Connor, Vousden, T. Webb, T. Nield, W. R. Smith, G. Meredith, J. Pearce, H. B. Wilson, S. Edmonds, and Mrs. Corkill; managing committee, Messrs. VV. Phelau, J. Elliott, E. Bassett, W. Bonella, F. Barker, Butland, and H. Phelan; selection committee, Messrs. W. Phelan, T. Nield, and J. Elliott, until the captain is clected; delegates to Union, Messrs. W. Phelan, T. Neild, and J. F. Smith. The election of junior officers was allowed to stand over till after the selection of the first fifteen. The delegates were instructed to support the district scheme as initiated last season. A vote of thanks was accorded Mr. T. Webb for the use of his paddocks. It was agreed to open the season on April 24th, with a costume match at Aratapu,—[Own Correspondent.] AUCKLAND BOWLING ASSOCIATION. EASTER TOURNAMENT. Play was resumed yesterday on the Grafton Road Green at half-past nine a.m. The weather was bright and warm, and the green was in excellent condition, rendering the games most enjoyable. There was a large attendance of bowlers, and the various events were played with spirit. In the rinks matches the final encounter remains to be played off as soon as the competitors can arrange a convenient day for themselves. One or two rounds of the pairs matches have likewise to be played on an early date. Yesterday in the afternoon other matches were organised for bowlers of any of the clubs who were not engaged in any of the Association contests, and these private encounters proved most interesting. The result of the public matches so far played are as follows :— RINKSSECOND DRAWING. Hooper v. Hepnin Kneebone Hosking Thwaites • l.edingnam Burns, skip.. „ 15 Carlaw, skip.. M 20 Handcock t. Harrison Huslett Niccol Cuff McCallum Kingswell, skip ~ 22 Engleton, skip .. 20 Ross ▼, Swales South Westpfahl Scott A. H; Brookes Gome, skip.. .. 20 H. W. Brookes, skip 13 Paterson ». liberies Montzson Crawford Butts > Thomson Lambert, skip .. 22 Hooper, skip.. „ 21 RINKS ; THIRD DRAWING. Handcock v. Paterson !la*lett .Mo rit is on Cuff Butts Kingswell, skip .. 34 lambert, skip .. 12 Ross v. Hegm&n South Hosking James Carlaw Gome, skip.. .. 30 Ledingham, skip .. 12 PAIRS : FIRST DRAW (CONTINUED). Shackelford », littler Miller, skip .. ..16 Ballantyne, skip .. 29 Crawford v. Sutherland Hooper, skip.. .. 19 ueddis, skip.. .. 20 Haslett t. McOutcheon Handcock, skip .. 22 Hart, skip .. .. 13 King t. J. L. Scott Kiagswel], skip .. 20 Smart, skip .. ..15 Pairs: Second Draw. Ponsford ». Wwtpfohl Lambert, skip .. 3! McDermott, skip _ ]« Anderson v. Cuff Thomson, skip .. 25 Montzson, skip .. !0 Gaudin v. Burns South,skip .. ..26 Thwaites, skip .. 15 Wilkins- ?. Butte Ledingham, skip .. 22 Coleman, skip .. 18 Eagleton v, Shaw MeUaltom, skip .. 21 Rhodes, skip .. it

Pifs: Third Dm* — S in L L '• Anderson Ledinghtm, skp _ 29 Thomson, .kip About mitday the various bowl™ '1 gatherid toother in front of the M.ili!'® and w>re aldressed by Mr. J J ff®' the Preidert of the Association «f„ii 1 —In Nivenper [»•' Mr. Thomson offered'a itewnl.hU'lCSS on MtKFebruary last between NewiWk* and Posonby when Ponsouby wonl™ thirteen point?, the score beinß-Poi. sonby S, Newmarket 15. The winn»« are: I Ballantyne, H. W S ™ A. S. Russell, and A H Broot ' lnorde-to solve the practical difficulty of dividipj two prizes among four winners the Associdion agreed to add two pairs of iiorv. mountd bowls to the original prize. Bui the poblem was not thereby thoroughly solved. To dec.de ho should receive silver, ,nd who should get ivory bowls «« not vry easy. With a kind ingenuity which j very commendable the president if the Pnsouby Club, Mr. D. B. McDonald providd the difference in value between ivory ad stiver Hence I have four pairs of Bilvf-mounted bowls to present to-davto the fou prize-takers. They are beautiful bowls, nd are all engraved with the names of the respective winners. Mr. lolland then handed the prizes to the wimtrs, and expressed the hope that those tnjhies of their successful skill would be an einest of further victories in the future. The winners then expressed their acknowlelgments in suitable terms, and retired anidsfc the cheers ot their comrades. REMOERA BOWLING CLUB. There vas a very large attendance on the green oi Easter Monday to contest the events Seed for that date, the prizes being four pits of bowls presented by Mean. Gordot, D. Dingwall, C. Rhodes, and J. Brown,tie following being the results :- FIRST DRAW. McLean v. B-xlla Maxfiell Walsh D. E Cerk Gordon Wright skip.. .. 23 Hnlden, skip.. .. ,j Steele v. Rhodes Heriot ].enn x Soutlwll Rnst* Hanlie,skip .. .. 20 Laxon, skip ~ „j, Rev. G.B. Monro v. Kent Perkins Fallon Dinnisoi Wiiijatn F. W. Curt, skip .. 16 Dingwall, skip .. jj Colonel lorcell v. Micky Stevensoi Rev. m . B tatty Kilgour G. Bruce Ruddock, ikip .. 17 Hull, skip .. „[| SECOND draw. Col. Dowell v. Bortle Stevenson Walsh Kilgour (iorduu Ruddock, skp .. 27 Holden, skip.. 15 Steele v. Rev. G. B. Monro Heriot Perkins Southwell Pimiison Hardie, skip.. .. 23 F. W. Court, skip .. « HXAL. Steele v. CoL Dowell Heriot Stevenson Southwell Kilgour Hardie,skip, .. 13 Ruddock,skip .. a Ruddock'steam thus carrying off the prizes, The pairs matches for trophies were alsi continued with the following results:— Maxfleltl v. C. Rhodes Dingwall .. _ 27 Wright .. .. 15 Macky v. Kent D. E. Clerk . .. 21 Anderson .. H Hull v. Rev. Beatty Kent 22 Lixon ]]

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ATHLETIC SPORTS., New Zealand Herald, Volume XXXIV, Issue 10421, 20 April 1897

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