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CRICKET. W.A.C.A. PENNANT COMPETITIONS. The tenth round of matches in connection with the W.A. Cricket Association's pennant contests terminated on Saturday in lovely weather. The scores of the first day had practically settled the results of most of the matches and consequently very little inter est was shown. East Perth's three points win against North Fremantle places them at the top of the list with 17 points, Fre mantle are second with 16 points, and Wan derers and North Fremantle A occqpy third position with 12'points each. In the "B" grade Fromantle have a commanding lead with 21 points, followed by Claremont 13, and North Dandalup 4 points. WANDERERS V. AUSTRAL. On the east wicket at Loton Park Austral, with one wicket for 29, in reply to Wan derers' total of 179, resumed batting but were unable to reach their opponents' score, the innings closing for 146. Prior batted soundly for 47, P. Chittleborough compiled 37 by careful play, Rowan contributed 17, and Cooper made 12. Washington, Bolton and Cave were the most successful bowlers for Wanderes. Following were the full scores: WANDERERS. First Innings.. ......... s. 179 AUSTRAL. First Innings. Patterson b Rosman ... . .. 5 Prior, a and b Washington .. 47 P. Chittleborough, c and b Bolton 37 Halnan, b Cave .. .. .. ....... 1 Buckingham, b Bolton .......... 6 Booth, run out .. ...... ... 6 F. Chittleborough, b Bolton .... 2 Rowan, c Campbell, b Washington 17 Cooper, c Facy, b Washington .. 12 Kennedy, b Cave ...... .. .... .1 Lawrence, not out .. .. .... .. 2 Sundries .............. 10 Total ............ 146 Bowling.-Coyne. s for 29. Hedeman 0 for 16, Rosman 1 for 0, Cave 2 for 18, Washing ton 3 for 23, Bolton 3 for 20. WEST PERTH V. MIDLAND JUNCTION "A." At Loton Park (west wicket) Midland Junc tion made a very poor show against West Perth and were dismissed for 37 and 56 respectively, as against West Perth's score of 187 .made on the previous Saturday. Jamieson 29 in the first innings, and Watts 13 Hegney 12, Clarke 10, and Jamieson 10 in the second try, were the only scores of note. Edmoddson bowled splendidly, an:i captured the nine wickets (one absent) for 21 runs in the first innings, whilst at the second attempt he secured 4 for 27, and Lehmann accounted for 4 for 29 runs. Ful lowing were the scores in detail: WEST PERTH. First Innings .. .... .. ... .... 187 MIDLAND JUNCTICON. First Innings. H. Harper. b Edmondson ...... 0 Dobson. lbw, b Edmondson .... 3 Jamieson, b Edmondson ........ 29 Hillman b Edmondson ........ O0 Hegney, std Evers, b Edmondson 0 Watts, b Edmondson .. ........ 2 Clarke, b Edmondson .... .. 1 Spowart. std Evers, b Edmondson 0 Pearse, b Edmondson .......... 1 Lord, not out .............. 1 Carter, absent .............. 0 Total ............ 37 Bowling.-O'Driscoll. 0 for 2, Edmondson 9 for 21, Lehmann 0 for 7, Veryard 0 for 7. Second Innings. Dobson, b Edmondson ........ 1 Jamieson, std Evers, b Lehmann .. 10 Watts, b Lehmnann .. .. .. .. 13 Clarke. c and b Edmondson .. .. 10 Hillman, b Lehmann .......... 1 1 H. Harper, c Veryard, b Edmondson 1 Lord, not out .. .. .. ........ 5 Pearse, b Lehmann .. .. .. .. 0 Hegney, a McWilliatn b Edmondson 12 Carter, absent .. .... .. .. 0 Spowart, absse ............ Sundries .... .......... 3 Total .. .......... 56 Bowling.-Lehmann 4 for 29 (3 no balls), Edmondson 4 for 27. EAST PERf3i "A" V. NORTH FRE MANTLE "A." With a deficit, of 122 on the first. innings North Fremantle batted a second time against East Perth on the Association gounnd, but were unable to score the neces sary runs to avert an innings defeat, the last wicket falling at-94. Hemndrichs batted well for 32, Banks made 12. Hookway 10, and G. Munro 10. Everett captured five wickets for 36, Christian 4 for 41, and Hughes one for 4. Following are the full scores: EAST PERTH "A.' First Innings ........ .... ..221 NORTH FREMANTLE "A." First Innings .... .. .. .. . 99 Second Innings. Heindrichs. b Christian ..... ..32 Banks, b Christian .. ....... ..12 Fletcher, b Everett .. ...... ..1 llookway, b Christian ........ 10 Newhaim, c Shlepherdl. b Christian .. O G. Munro, b Everett ........ 10 Needham, b Everett ..- ........ 2 Aisbett, not out .......... .. 10 Bruce, c and b Everett ........ 0 Gillies, c Moffat b Everett.... 4 C. Munro, b Hughes ......... O Sundries ....... .... 13 Total ............ 94- Bowling.-Everett. 5 for 36, Christian 4 for 41, Hughes 1 for 4. IEEDERVIL.LE Y. EAST PERTH "B." This match was concluded on the east wicket. at the Association ground. Leeder rillo increased their score from 7 for 262 to 9 wickets for 307 and then declared. Sells in:proved hIis effort to 61 by ssoulid cricke-t. hut none of the late batsmen got into rdoubi fieguie. East Pcrth, who had been

dismissed on the first day for 82," made a much- better display in their second in nings, and recorded a total of 156. Savage 49, Mayes 31, and Minihan 27, showed good form. Following are the detailed scores: LEEDERVILLE. First Innings. W. Jones. b Mayes .... .."... 168 F. Sweetapple, b Crapp ........ 10 A. Sweetapple, lbw, b Crapp .... 4 Cooley. c Rockliffe, b Bower .... 1 T. Jones, b Ranford ......... 9 Fergie, b Mayes .......... .. 5 Appleton h Mayes ............. 8 Sells, b Hayes.............. 61 Estcourt, not out ...... .. .. .. 9 Wilkes. b Bower ............ 1 Quill, not out .... .......... 9 Sundries.. ...... .. .. 22 Innings closed, 9 wickets for .. 307 Bowlin".-Ranford, 1 for 42, Crapp 2 for 57, Pasceil 0 for 23, Bower 2 for 29 Heath 0 for 42, Mayes 3 for 43, Hayes 1 for 40, Savage 0 for 19. EAST. PERTH "B." First Innings ...... .. .... 82 Second Innings. Savage, b T. Jones .... ".. 49 Heath. c Sells, b Cooley .... . . ..13 Pascell. b T. Jones ...... ..... 3 Rockliffe, b T. Jones .......... 0 Mayes, c and b W. Jones ...... 31 Minihan, c Appleton, b Cooley .. .. 27 Bower, b W. Jones ...... .. .. 4 Hayes b W. Jones .. ....... 4 Crapp. lbw, b Wilkes........ .. 3 Alexander, not out .. ........ 11 Ranford, absent .. ............ 0 Sundries .. .... .. ..... 11 Total ...... ....... 156 Bowling.-W. Jones, 3 for 37. Quill 0 for 17, T. Jones 3 for 42, Cooley 2 for 35, Wilkes 1 for 14. NORTH PERTH v. FREMANTLE "A." On Saturday afternoon the above team: continued and concluded the contest com menced on the previous Saturday. The home team declared their first innings closed when nine wickets had fallen and 174 runs had been recorded. North Perth responded weakly in their first attempt, the second effort, how ever, being a good deal more fruitful. Out of respect to the late W. Back, a founda tion member, who died some days ago, the Port men wore black bands. The scores were: NORTH PERTH. First innings ......... ... .. 64 Second Innings. Randell, c Broadfoot, b Hogue .. .. 7 .Meredith, run out ......... ......0 Bott, c and b T. Hogue ........ 0 Brine, si. Patfield, b Hodge ..... 11 McCreery, b W. Hogue .. ..... .25 Lee, b T. Hogue ............. 54 Rickarby, c Howard, b T. Hogue .. 10 Hayman, I.b.w., b T. Hogue ...... 0 Harper, c and b T. Hogue ...... 0 Riva, c W. Hogue, b T. Hogue .... 4 Clarke, not out ............... 11 Total .... .. ........... 122 Bowling: W. Hogue, 2 for 26; McQuirk, nil for 15; T. Hogue, 6 for 41; Heodge, 1 for 17; 'Howard, nil for 23. FREMANTLE "A." First innings .............. ... 174 Second Innings. Patfield, not out .............. 5 Broadfoot, not out... ........ 8 No wickets for .... ....... ..13 Bowling: Randell, nil for 8; Meredith, nil for 5. Y.M.C.A. v, MIDLAND JUNCTION "B." On the Subiaeo oval Midland Jumction failed to reach Y.M.C.A.'s score of 127, the last wicket falling for 116. In the second innings Y.M.C.A. put together a total of 129, to which Allen contributed 30, Wil liamson 22, Brickhill 18, and Moore 17 not out. Midland were left with 141 to win, but although C. Pearse played a fine inn ings of 44 and Blue and Hesketh batted soundly for 15 and 12 respectively, they were only equal to their first total of 116 and suffered defeat by 24 runs. Following are the full scores: Y.M.C.A. First Innings .. ..... ,, ,. 127 Second Innings. A. Walker, std Hesketh, b Walsh .. 4 Williamson, c Evans, b Walsh .... 22 Brickhill, b Walsh .. .. .....18 Allen, b C. Pearse ............. 30 Hackett, std Hesketh, b Miller .. 1 Peck, bowled Miller ......... 0 Armstrong, c G. Pearse, b Walsh .. 13 Moore. not out .............. 17 E. Walker, b Miller .: ...... 12 Penrose, b Miller .............. u Tisley, absent .. .... . .... 0 Total ........ ........ . .. 129 SBowling: Walsh 4 for 29 Blue 0 for 29, C. Pearse 1 for 31, Miller 4 for 23, Beasley, 0 for 6. Midland Junction "B." First Innings. Miller, b Allen ..... ..... , 9 Hesketh, b A. Walker ...... .. 49 Hogan, b Brickhill ...... .... 5 Blue, c and b Walker .......... 0 G. Pearse, std Williamson, b Brick hill .................. 2 Pc Pearse, b Allen ............ 19 Walsh, b Penrose............ '8 C. Pearse, b Allen ............. 10 Evans, b Alien ............ 10 Beasley, c Walker, b Allen...... 3 Green, not out ...... ...... 0 Bye ... .... .. ........ . .. 1 Total .................. 116 Bowling: Peck 0 for 26, Penrose 1 for 16. Allen 5 for 37, Brickhill 2 for 27, A. Walker 2.foĆ· 9. Second Inniings. Miller, b E. Walker ........ . 6

Hesketh, b Allen ........ .... 12 Hogan, run out .............. 1 P. Pearse, c Peck, b E. Walker .. 7 G. Pearse, c A. Walker, b Allen .. 1 C. Pearse, b Brickhill ........ 44 Walsh, c E. Walker, b Penrose .... 8 Blue, run out ......... .....15 Evans, nog out .............. 2 Beasley, c Hackett, b Brickhill .... 6 Green. b Brickhill ........ .. 4 Sundries ............ ...... 10 Toal .......... .. ......... 116 Bowling: A. Walker 0 for 18. E. Walker 2 for 21, Allen 2 for 11, Penrose 1 for 29, Peck 0 for 15, Brickhill 3 for 13. FREMANTLE "B" v. NORTH FREMANTLE ..B." This match was concluded at East Fre. mantle. North Fremantle's second innings closed for 77, to which Davis contributed 40. Fremantle required 20 runs to win, and these were made without loss. Following are the scores: North Fremartle "B.' First innings ......... .. 52 Second Innings. Kayo, c Stevens, b Yows .... .. 5 Roche, c and b Yows ......... 0 Harris, c Beresford, b Stevens .... 5 Martin, b Yews .. ...... .. ..0 Davis, c Yews, Ir Stevens ...... 40 Graham, c Feast, b Doig ...... 14 Hackett, c Evans, b Yews .. .. .. 3 Jarman, b Yews ...... .... .. Williams, b Yews ...... .. .. .. 0 Hogue, nlot out .......... .. 2 Townsend, std Evans, b Yews .. .. 2 Sundries ............ ...... 6 Total ........ ...... ..... 77 Bowling: Yews 7 for 31, Stevens 2 for 25. Doig 1 for 19, Shannon 0 for 5. Fremantle "B." First innings ...... .... .... 90 Second Innings. Evans. not out ........ .. 9.. Beresford, not out ......... 13 No wickets for ......... ... 22 Bowling: Kaye 0 for 6, Roche 0 for 16. CLAREMONT v. NORTH DANDALUP. At the Claremont ground the home team, with a lead of seven runs and three wic kets to fall, completed their innings for 114. North Dandalup's second try was a series of failures, and withl two plavers ab sent the total only reached 24. I'ill cap tured 5 wickets for 10 and Thompson secured 3 for 13. Claremont obtained the 11 runs necessary for an outright win with the loss of two wickets. Following are the' full scores: North Dandalup. First Innings ........... .. .. 100 Second Innings. Cartmel, std Ivory, b Thomson .... 8 Appel, b Hill ........ .... 9 Arthur, c Pasketst, b Hill ...... 0 Lee, c Munro, b Hill .. .. ...... 4 Smythe, c Cross, b Thomson...... 0 Chessel, b Hill ............ 0 Creech, b Hili .............. 1 Skinner, b Thomson ...... .. .. 1 Brown, not out .. .. .. ...... .. 0 McCann, absent ........ .. .. 0 Diprose, rbsen' .............. 0 Bye ......... r ......... 1 Total ........... .. .. 24 Bowling: lHiE 5 for 10, Thomson 3 for l

Claremont. First Innings. Braddock, c Creech, b Appel ...... 4 Glyde, b Cartmel ............ 2 Paskett, b Appel .... ........ 5 Newman, c and b Arthur ...... 23 Hill, b Arthur ....... ...... Ivory, c McCann, b Cartitel ...... 17 Thomson, c Brown b Cartmel :... 4 Cross, not outt .. .......... 51 Manuelle, b Arthur ..... ..... 1 Munro, c Arthur. b Cartmel ...... 4 Church, b Cartmel ...... .... 0 Sundries ...... .... . . Total ...... .............. ..114 Bowling: Cartmei 5 for 31. Appel 2 for 36, Brown 0 for 21. Arthur 3 for 23. Second Innings. Church, std Smythe. b Arthur .... 0 Manuelle, b Arthur ........ .. 6 Munro, not out ............ 3 Thomson. not out .. .. .. .... 2 Two wickets for .. . ....... 11 Bowling: Appel 0 for 3, Arthur 2 for 8.

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