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Toorak College v. Kowlllyh School.?A-mateh between tho above schools was played at St. Kilda yesterday, and resulted in a win for Toorak by 3 goals ii behinds to 2 goals 7 behinds. For the winners the best players were tîarton, Wilson, Sharp, Meares, Hunt, A. Altkcn, and IUlfour; and for the losers Kamsden, Lewis, Wingrove, llaleigh, Ballantyne, and Howling. Tho goals for Kew were kicked by Hams den and Ballantyne, and for Toorak by Meares, Aitken, and Wilson.
Geelong College v. Carlton College.?A match was Íilayed in Geelong yesterday afternoon between Gee ong College and Carlton College, and resulted in a win for Geelong College by 18 goals !i3 be hinds to 1 goal. A. Timms captained Geelong, and Hart the visiting team. For Carlton. Hart, ltpberU, Syme, White, Ileangrove, and Reynolds played best. Tlio Oëoloti-cr goals wore kicked by GUtlan (5), Cowan <a>. Lewis (3), iltlnes (2). M'Intoah, Sine-, Timms, M'Farlaud, Andrews. Mr. J, J. ? made an ellicient central umpire.