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LACROSSE.

CANADA v. AUSTRALIA.

ROUGH PLAY.

United Press Association — By Eleotrio

Telegraph. — Copyright.

MELBOURNE, August 11.

The third lacrosse test, match Canada v. Australia resulted in a win for Canada by four goals to nil. Play was very rough. The referee had considerable trouble with the Canadians in the last quarter. Grace, a Canadian, struck Street, one of the Australian players, with his crosse. The latter retaliated, and a disorderly scene ensued. The •goal umpires intervened, and came into conflict with Campbrin, a Canadian, who was ordered off the ground.

WELLINGTON v. AUCKLAND.

Per Press Association.

WELLINGTON, August 11.

The first inter-provincial lacrosse match in Wellington was played here yesterday between Wellington and Auckland. The home team had the better of a fast game, and won by 12 to 4. There were about a thousand speciators, "including his Excellency the Governor, the Premier,, the Speaker of the House of Representatives, and many members of Parliament.

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Taranaki Herald, Taranaki Herald, Volume LIV, Issue 13497, 12 August 1907

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LACROSSE. Taranaki Herald, Volume LIV, Issue 13497, 12 August 1907

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