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The Committee organising the match have a meeting coming up
How to promote cricket in the Clarence now that the All-England XI have visited
Advising of the upcoming match and a detailed look at the English team
A detailed description of the visiting English team
Detailed description of day 1's play
All eleven members of this Warwick team had played as part of the Clarence River XXII against Shaw's professional team from England in December 1884.
This match between the Warwick XI and the Albert XV features 14 of the 22 who represented the Clarence against the touring Englishmen in December 1884 - Corcoran, Downes, D'Arney, Lowe, Drinkwater, M'Millan, Ferguson, Evans and Laing (Warwick) and Hattersley, Tombs, Lord, M'Farlane and S Eggins (Albert).
Four of the participants in this match - G Allison, W Payne and W Want (from Swan Creek) and F Michael (from Copmanhurst) were to represent the 22 from Clarence v the English XI at McKittrick Park, Grafton in December 1884.
Warwick XI v Albert XV features several of the cricketers from the Clarence XXII
Proposal to form a cricket association
Eggins Family v Ellem Family - 4yrs earlier one of the Eggin family represented Clarence XXII v English XI
Are Carter and Meyers playing for Cambridge the players G Carter and J Myers (different spelling) who represented the Clarence XXII against the English XI in December 1884?
G Carter from Palmer's Island may have been one of the players in the Clarence XXII that played an English XI in December 1884 at McKittrick Park.
A Sept 1884 cricket match between Married and Single players. Possibly ten of them were to represent Clarence against the Englishmen in December.
The best two teams in the Clarence, Warwicks XI and Alberts XV, three months before the match against the Englishmen. Many of these players represented in that match.
Several notices of interest - clubs calling for delegates to the new Clarence River Cricket Association, announcing the upcoming match against the visiting English team, calling for the organising committee to meet, calling for a meeting of the CRCA.
A meeting of the All England XI committee is called - as well as a meeting to announce rules of the new Clarence River Cricket Association.
Announcing the upcoming match between the Clarence and the All-England XI
Report on meeting of Committee organising visit by All-England XI. Also meeting to organise new Clarence River Cricket Association
The match advertised in Brisbane press - still saying venue is Grafton Racecourse for three-day match
Melbourne report on first day of match
Summary of play day 2
A public meeting of those interested in bringing the England team to the Clarence
Committee announced to organise match England v Clarence River - Robert and James Laing are both on the committee
An account of the last day's play