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IPSWICH SPORTING.

IPSWICH, 'July IT, TENNIS

Tho first of tho mixed tennis mat- ches ander the auspices of the Ips- wich Lawn Tennis Association took placo to-day, when Ipswich met Din- more on tho Ipswich court. Re- sults : - Miss Thornton- Mackenzie

(I.) b. Miss Stafford-Stafford, 6-0 ; ' v. Mrs. Stafford-Stafford, 6-1 ; v. Miss Bailey-Jones, 6-0 ; Miss Dea- con-Flint v. Mrs. Stafford-Stafford, 6-0 ; Miss Bailey-Jones, 6-2 j v. Miss Stafford-Stafford, 6-2 ; Miss Wilson-Cameron v. Miss Bailey Jones, 5-6 ; .v. Miss Stafford-Staf- ford, 0-5 ; v. Mrs. Stafford-Staf- ford, 6-5. Total, Ipswich, 8 sots 53 games ; Dinmoro, 1 set, 21

games.

RUGBY FOOTBALL.

The final for tho Brook Cup took place on tho East Ipswich ground this afternoon, when the Pioneers   met Goodna. Within a few minutes of the kick-off Watson secured and scored near the corner for the Pion- eers. Brown failed to add the extra

points. In play again Goodna rushed the ball to the Pioneer terri- tory, compelling the latter to save. Pioneers then livened up and carried the ball to tho Goodna line, where from a scrum Beattie secured, and passed to Watson, who scored in the corner. The kick at goal was a fail- ure. Half-time came shortly after- wards with the scores Pioneer 6   points ; Goodna, nil. On resuming Pioneers rushed the ball to the Good- na line, where Morgan picked up from the ruck and scored in the corner. The try was not converted. Immedi- ately afterwards Morgan again se- cured and broke away, and when tackled by the full back passed to Watson, to A. Jeffrey, who scored behind the posts. Beat- ties kick was unsuccessful. Again Pioneers broke away, and Morgan put in a good run, and scored. The try was converted. Pion- eers still pressed, and J. Watson gaining possession, scored a very e>nsy try. McMurdy added the ne- cessary points. No further score re- sulted. Pioneers winning by 20 points

to nil.

Junior Starlights met St. Paul's B. in the Brook Cup competition, and defeated them by Id. points to

three.

Peak Crossing beat C.Y.M.S. by 23 points to 5.

Junior Minor.-Starlights defeated Premiers by 5 points to 4.

Past Brothers beat Excelsiors by 3 points to nil.

Senior Cadets forfeited to Har- riers.

AUSTRALIAN RULES.

A Grade.-Ipswich easily defeated Brisbane by 102 points (14 goals l8 behinds) to one point.

B grade.-Loco . forfeited to West

Moreton.

RIFLE SHOOTING.

A grade.-Ipswich City Rifle Club v. Ipswich Railway Rifle Club. Fired on the Ono-niilc range this afternoon over 300, 500, and 600 yds, and resulted in a very exciting win for Ipswich City by one point.

Scores:-^ - " ? ^

Ipswich City : T. Boor, 28, 34, 31, total 93 ; J. Morgan, 28, 29, 28, total S3 ; R. Mcintosh, 28, 31, 82, total 91 ; A. M. Johnson, 24, 30, 31, total 85; .E. 'B. Johnson, 30, 28, 32, total 90 ; B. Wrattan, 25, 30. 23. total 78 : O. Torry, 24, 28, 27, total 79 ; E. Middleton, 23, 29, 20, total 72 ; grand total 673. Ipswich Railway Rifle Club : J. J. Meekin, 25, 27", 27, total 79 ; W. Pommer, 30, 27, 26, total S3 ; A. II. Paton, 28, 26, 25, total 79 ; A. Kucks, 2<J, h

30, total 91 ; J. Culla, 25, 28, 22, total 75 ; F. G. Ross, 31, 28, 30, total 89 ; J. Hennessey, 27, 31, 30, total 84 ; A. G. Wingate, 29, 34, 29, total 92 ; grand total

672.

The B. Grade fixture Marburg Rifle Club v. Ipswich City Rille Club was fired off on the One Mile Range on Saturday afternoon, when Marburg was victorious by 14 points. The ranges were 300 yards, 500 yards, and 600 yards.

Marburg Riflo Club : G. B. Dance, 24, 34, 32, 90 ; II. Schroder,' 26, 31, 29, 86 ; H. Verrankamp, 27, 33, 24, 84 ; G. S. Dance, 27, 30, 25, 82 ; A. L. Fredorich, 25, 31', 23, 79 ; II. Dil ger, 27, 25, 25, 77 ; A. L. Sprenger, 26, 25, 22, 73 ; A. C. Dunce, 22, 25, l8, 65. Totals, 204, 234, 108, 630.

Ipswich City B. Team :-I. Middle- ton, 27, 32, 30, 89 ; P. Johnson, 25, 33 25, 83 ; C. C. Oldham, 21, 31, 29, 81 ; J. Wratten, 29, 32, 20, 81 ; W, G. Brown. 20, 27, 27, 80 ; A. G. Melville, 25, 31, 20, 76 ; A. Temper lev 24, 23, 22, 69 ; W. F. S. Fox, 27, 28, 8, 03. Totals, 204, 237, 181,

622.

A grade.-Rovers played Rangers at Blockstock this afternoon under the "Soccer" rules, and defeated thom by รณ goals to 2.

Junior.-Montes forfeited to Stars. Rosebells and Rats played a draw, there being no score. ....

Junior Minor.-Stars forfeited to Rats. '

Rovers beat Rosobells by 2 goals to nil. _

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