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STURT VERSUS GLENELG.

The newly-formed Glenelg club paid a visit to the Unley Oval on Saturday and played against a second 16 of the Sturt club. The Glenelgs werenta disadvantage, inasmuch as they have to practise on a ten- nis court, which ¿toes not, of course^ play as truly as a proper-green. However, their own gfceen wül. be ready next season, and on Saturday they showed promise of form that should before long make them formid- able competitors to some of the older teams. Chabrel played especially well, and his de- feat of Shierlaw was a good performance. Wooldridge also did well, and there are ^several others who may be expected to be-

come firstHáass bowlers. Sturt won by 32 points<and on three rinks. Scores:

STOBT.

1. W. BnndsO. B. E. HQton, G. W. Stockham,

J. C,Shierlaw (captain?.'.. .. 14 2. W. leech, H. Bird. V. lewis, J. T. Mar-

tindale- (captain) .. .. ».87 3. J. Kent, A. E. Hastwdl, F. BSeken, O. E.

Milford (captain) .. ,-." .. 34 A. T. Graham, J. Laird, J, A. B.ilçy,'\V, In-

wood (captain) « -,- -, -»-, - _JU»._. 43

Total .^ ¿. _ ** - -r-.- «.-o~. ,-. 128

GLENELG.

1 E. A. Noltenius, A. Cos, H. C. Talbot, ,MJ

J. Cnabrel (captain) .. ..' .. .. .-'-. .. .** 0 Dr Finniss, F. Doswell, Bear. G. Bayner,

" C. W. Wooldridge (captain) .. .. ...-..- « 3. G. A. Bradford,. J. P. Bickford, K. G. Al

«taman, A. Loafat (captain) ..-... .. -. «> A F Turner.- F- W-, Pearce, E. A. Mayfield,

' j. w. Hilunan. (captain) "-~, ». - - r- 1°

Total-*--- 98 I STTJRT VERSUS HINDMARSH.

A team of Sturt players visited Hind- marsh' on Saturday afternoon, and played the local sixteen. The game was fairly close, the Hindmarsh men showing capital, form'for so young a club. Scores:

STOBT.

1 T \V Hall. F. J. Peirce, D. B. Howley,

'and Al E. Bowley (captain) ...... .. ??> W C Bray, C. H. Winnall, A. J- Eichard

~'son and IL Cooke (captain)..- -. .. .. -. 32 3 A E Hustler, G. E. Craigie, G. Howley,

'anil C. G. Gurr (captain). .- 41 4. CB O'Reilly. B. W. Bennet, F. Inwood,

and Á. C. Thomas (captain).^. - ...,-,.- 21

120 HIMDÏL5BSH

1 J Henwood, E. S. Coombe, T. J. Bishop,

"and F. King (captain) -." £9 .> J "^Coulthard, J. Brooks, G. Plenty, and G.

"'Blackman (captain) ...-".- '.? ?? ?? ?-,.. 3S 3 T Childs, Dr. Coombe, G. Bowe, and w.

KJV (captain) .. .. .. .» .- '-. .. '.. .. 30 i. B. Giffen, W. HaU, TY.-.King, and J.. Wigs

j ' (captain) -r-^-. - wi~% a***» <-i, .. 20

28

Sturt won by 34 points.

PORT ADELAIDE VERSUS SEMA*

PHORE.

A three-rink game was played on the Port Adelaide Oval on Saturday afternoon between the Port and Semaphore Clubs. The home ebab won by 40 points. Two of the nnks were fairly evenly matched, but J. Williams' team easily vanquished the four captained by T. Sobéis. Scores:

PORT ADELAIDE.

W. Mussarcd. F. D. Brook, a B_ Morris.-J,.

Wlliams (captain) .. "._..39 J. Hannay, G. Wilbania, R. Bower, J. Ilaineg

(captain) .- -- -- - .. .. -. 52 0. Bilka, S. Knapman, W. H. Oldfield, £L Me

verley (captain) »... _ ... ... _ ^ .^ ^ 29

90 SEMAPHORE.

Vi. Bussell,-BoUmarin, T. Sóbela, W. H. Shaw

(captain) -- -. .. -. -- -. .. ?- .. .- -. -^ ÎT H. Hancock, S. Malin, JE. A. Malm, By Palmer

(captain).-. ?-..-. ~ .. - 21 S. D. Walker, G.- Battye, J. Playfair, J. Yoo^

(captain) »» -. »«j "f** ~ -~>-.. <"> .»-> -«*22

I , ?> 50

THE VICTORTAN PREMIERSHD?.

Melbourne, March 12.

On Saturday the bowling premiership of Victoria was won by the Armidale Club, which met and defeated the Richmond Union in the final game by 2ö paints. This is the third year m succession in which Armidale has won the pennant, and during that time it has played 31 pennant matches ..without sustaininc a sinde. defeat« ^ ?

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