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WINNAP DISTRICT v. POR ASSOCIATION. A Ireturn msatch between the . teams was played at Winnap on .p day last. The visitors had f a i of the wicket, anid at dina In had 40 utip without loss, both and Blake playing solid, cricket. On resumption, lie fell rapidly, and six were d 05. Wilmot and Sanders the score to 120 and when th departed Richards helped the more colt to add another 35. fore the last wicket fell the able total of 183 was reached. mot gave a good display, feet well and severely punish a thing loose. The form ofth throe colts--Sandcrs, RIk re Finck, gave much promise I future. Winnap fielding se ceptionally good, nine bates caught, and "Doug" Fol veteran keeper, is still rival in the district. Bane" handed deliveries had all tI mern guessing at times, andh deserved his 5 for 20. W gan badly, losing 2 for 9. well and Rex Malseed were ing well, but were out at I9. Ian McEachern and Wilson for the next wicket, but bol out with the score 6 for 17,, bf the tail-enders, RII. M?l Bull, put onl soome of the batting of the innings, theli ishing his 32 with three fom sixer. The innings closed I generally a winning score In cricket, but oe this ocalm quite enough. The field0 catching was again good, sl visitors' bowling a little ?ont ate, wherein perhaps lay t1 tory. The real country' with which the visitors were will long be remembered bi and all look forward to anode on the Wietnap ground. were: POITLAND. I:Thlorpe, c I. McEachern, b ridge, 22 ; Blake, c Guthn Barrett, 34 ; J. McEachern, c Eachern, b Barrett, 9 ; Kempto c Wombwell, b Barrett, 1; van,. c Bull, b Pratt, 0 Sui Wombwell, b Barrett, 5; B run out, 48 ; Sunders, c 0f Bull, 7'; Richards, R. N Guthridge, 18; Finck, b 1e 5 ; Whiten, c C. Malseed, b 12 ; H. Wilmot, not out, 3; 18..-Total, 183. .-Bowllng.-Guthridge, 2 1o McEachern, 0 for 20 ; Bull, l10 Barrett, 5 for 29 ; Pratt, 1 lo Wombwell, I for 51. WINNAP. Rex. Malseed, c Quinlivan, b rmot, 21 ; ]Fogdon, lbw., b I. Eachern, 2 ; Proudfoot, b J. ern, 0 ; Wombwell, run out, I1 MdcEachern, c J. McEchcrn, b van, 19 H, Wilson, c Finc McEachern, 10 ; Pratt, run oul, Rupert Malsoed, c SullivnO, ders, 14 ; Bull, c Quinlivon, van, 32; C. Mealseed (j ?) ý ards, 5 ; Barrett c II nlot,'l' livan, 5 ; Guthridgc, not o, trans, 4.-Total 138. 2, Bowling.--B Wilmot, 1 fo McEachorn, 3 for 37 Sand for 35 ; Finck, 0 for 12 for 0 ; Richards, 1 for 27.