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LAWN TENNIS.

(Per Press Association.)

CHRISTCHUROrT, last night. The lawn tennis Australasian championship meeting was continued yesterday, with the following results : — Australasian Championship— Final : A. Wilding beat F. M. B. Fisher, 6—o, 6-4, '6 — 4. New Zealand Championship Singjes — First round : F. M. B. Fisher beat 0. C. Cox, 6—4, 6—4, 6—2; Geo. Aitken beat G. F. Salmpnd, 6^2, 7—6,. (y~4. Second round : W. Kiver beat S. Brown, 6—3, 2-^6, 6—o, 6—o; E. Heath beat R. Swanston, 6— 2,_6— 3, 7—5; H. W. Brown "beat L. Bonnington,. 6—3, 6—2, 4—6, S— 6; Geo. Aitken beat P. A. Lawrence, 6 — o, 7 — 5, 6 — 2. Fourth round ; S. A. Parker beat H. W. Brown, 6—l, 6—l, 6—o. Ladies' "Championship Singles— Third round : Muss Baker beat Miss Batham, 6—o, 6—2; Miss Powdrell beat Miss Hindeman, 6—2, 6—4; Miss Williams beat Miss Campbell, 3 — 6, 6 — 3, 6 — 3., Men's Championship Doubles — First round : Young and Slowman beat Boss and R. Bauchop, 6—2, 6—3, 7—5; Wilding and Heath beat Quill and Kiver, 6—l, 6 — l, 6 — 3. Second round : Cox and Parker beat Fisher and.. Swanston, White and Sulmond beat Young and Slowmnn, 6 — 4, 6 — l, 7 — 5. • Ladies' piianTpionsliip Doubles— Second round : Misses Nunnelfy and Baker beat Misses Bathani and Van Staveren, 6—o, 6—2. Combined Championship Doubles— First round : Miss A. Gray and Gose beat -Miss Baker and Cox by default ; Miss Simpson and Young beat Miss Wilson and Hopcroft by default. Second round: MissPow. drell and "Wilding beat Miss Ward and Ross, 6—o, 6—l.

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LAWN TENNIS. Poverty Bay Herald, Volume XXXIII, Issue 10859, 31 December 1906

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