THE AUSTRALIAN CRICKETERS IN ENGLAND.
[Recter's' Special.] Londos, May 2Cth. The cricket match Australians versus Surrey was continued at Kennington Oval to-day. The weather was fine, and there .was a very large attedance. The wicket was rather bumpy. The Australians continued their first innings,, and were all disposed of for 100 runs. The following were the highest scores :—
Murdoch, bowled .. 2 S Horan, caught .. .;■ ".' 2 o The .fielding of the Englishmen was excel lent.
The Surrey Eleven then went in for their second innings, and were all disposed of for 40 runs. Garrett and Boyle bowled splendidly the former taking six wickets for three, and iioyle four for 16 runs. At the close of the days play the Australians had lost two wickets for 98. Bannerman scored 28 and was oowleu.
At the encket match to-day, at Kennington yval, the Australians resumed their second miiingu and succeeded in putting- together the required number of runs (119; for the loss of only four wickets, thus winning the match by six wickets. M'Donnell was bowled for 35: ana Horan for 33;
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Otago Daily Times, Otago Daily Times, Issue 6332, 29 May 1882
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