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CHURCHES' ASSOCIATION. The arrangements for Saturday's matches of the Auckland Churches' Association are as follows: — SENIOR GRADE , ' A SECTION. All Saints': v Excelsior (at Victoria Park). Y.M.O.A. v. St. John's (at Victoria Park). W.Y.M.1., a bye. • r B SECTION. Ivanhoc v. St. John's (at Victoria Park). United v. Beresford-street (at Victoria Park). ; ■:.:■■•.■ Great North Road P.M. v. Croydon (at the I Domain). . . '. . St. Peter's, a bye. JUNIOR GRADE. St. Matthew's v. St. David's (at, the Domain). -. ._*',, W.Y.M.T. v. Dcvonporfc (at Victoria Park). St.. John's v. St. Mary's (at Victoria Park). Kinjjsland Jubilee .v. St. Luke's (at.the Domain). HERALD CLUB. An A and B practice match of the Herald Cricket Club will beheld at. the Domain on Saturday afternoon. All members and intending'members arc requested to attend. WAIHI ASSOCIATION. [BY TELEGRAPH.OWN COIVRESPOKDEST.] Waihi, Wednesday. The annual meeting of the Waihi Cricket Association was hold last evening, Mr. King in the chair. The report stated that the past season had been a successful one. The balance-shceto showed a credit ot £7 9s 4d. Officers were elected as under: —Patron, Dr. Galligan: president, Mr. C. Cornthwaite; 1 rice-presidents, Messrs. 11. Noonan, L. Glass, and J. Snell; secretary and treasurer, Mr. T. J. Martin. "

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CRICKET., New Zealand Herald, Volume XLVIII, Issue 14815, 19 October 1911

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CRICKET. New Zealand Herald, Volume XLVIII, Issue 14815, 19 October 1911

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