ENGLAND v. NEW 80UTH WAT.m PBH FRSSS ABBOCIATTOX. Reoelred 26,5.5 p.m. SiDjnrc, November SR. The game was resumed io very hot weather, but after luneh the wind swung round to a cool quarter, ao tWt the lot of the fieldsmen was iwndered m<ra tolerable. Poidavin and Indal* with the sime freedom tbev ditplayed yesterday, and mute<ed the bowling completely. Qu&jf e was put on, making the eighth bowler tried, but the batsmen kept going uerrilvtfll I luncheon. Iredale was batting oor* in his old-time style, free and dear, and Poidevin gave a clean, hird ttroka The recovery of the New South Wales team, after so bad a start, was one of the finest that has ooenrred on tha ground. Immediately after lunch MoGahey at short leg snapped Ii edd* off Jones. Poidevin received fin ovatkaa on having topped McLeui'a scon. H» strained his leg, however, and 0. Gregory had to run for Mm, flark* the last man, scored ten before ha gofc out leg before. The scares were Nbw Sooth Walks-Second (Continued.) Poidevin. not out Ired»le, e McQihey, b Jonea ~ w Clarke, l b Braund ~ ]| 10 Sundries ~ 23
Total Bowling analysis: Braund took 6 wickets for 130, Barnes S for 10& Jessop 0 for 57, Qvaife 0 for 12, Jo 4 1 for 24, Gunn 0 for 2!, Haymud 01'jt 41, McGahey 0 for 10, Beoelved 26,8.22 p.m. Btdnxt, November 20, Requiring 379 runs to wio, th« Englishmen went in for their aeooud inniog«, MoGahey and Maol.wn began the task. The former had seond • couple when he stepped out at on* from Olarke, which he spooned softly to Gregory at silly point. Hayward joined the captain, and steady play brought the score to 82, when Maokreo narrowly escaped beiog run out, owia* to a smart return by Trumps «jj2j centm y appetred at the end of an hoar and forty minutes, both batsmen hit'iuß splendidly. Hay ward was iuefe oyer h:s half century when Olarke #■->» him wi h a be*u»y. Very »low Jay followed Qusife's appearance. Th» 'atter was at the wicket twenty-two minutes before obtaining B Olarke had the batsman tied up. Qotf* last tipped one from Howell fata K-d y 8 hands at the wioket. who was playing Clarke very gingerly, sxo'e one back, which th» bowler oepted. Tyldesley and Jones plays* lout till tVe ndjouronMot', Scores: Esfluro, second innings. McGahey, 08. Gi egory, b Olarke » Maclaren, c and b Olarke Hayward, h Olarke " « Quaife, c Kelley, b Howt-ll , J Tyld'sley, not out tt "ft Jones, not out ~ ' " * Extras t " y Total for four wickets .. 160 VICTORIA v. SOUTH AUSTRALIA.
Reoelved 26,8.10 p.m. MELBOUHNi, November 26, Victoria's first icnings dceed for 464. Laver, not out .. jQg Sundries . tp .! 22 South Australia fa tbeir second innings have made 209. Hi" Hack Reed man .. < t "S3 McKenzie ' j 20 Ooeday last week (saysthi Haw.m of/w) Srratfor.i and Tariki oricketetv me% the latter wincing aoouwhat ea-ily on the first innings, thanks to the excellent bitting of the oaotain. W H. Kolsey, who played a splendid ** out mninps of 38. Tariki mideSS, and Stratford 41. We do not know whether this wa« in any ee gi a club match, 8 rat fori Club has joined the Union; if so, the Union should inform it of the disqualification upon the Tatiki Club. Good oricket is detfrable; still more desirable is renpsct and nuppoit of the duly constituted and: elected authority for cricket in IWntJ naki.
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CRICKET., Taranaki Daily News, Volume XXIII, Issue 281, 27 November 1901
CRICKET. Taranaki Daily News, Volume XXIII, Issue 281, 27 November 1901
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