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  2. ATHLETIC SPORTS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 68 words
  3. ESSENDON V. GEELONG.

    The first match for the present season between these formidable rivals attracted about 12,000 people to the East Melbourne Cricket-ground on Saturday last, despite the unfavourable conditions under which ...

    Article : 993 words
  4. CYCLING.

    Mr. H. Stewart Bale, of the Melbourne Sports Depot, has forwarded me the following correspondence referring to the consent of the Melbourne Cricket Club to allow the use of the ground as a ...

    Article : 1,243 words
  5. FOOTBALL GOSSIP.

    Judging by the performance under the unfavourable conditions of Saturday last, the contest between Essendon and Geelong would have been a magnificent one had the ...

    Article : 1,149 words
  6. HOTHAM V. RICHMOND.

    The match arranged between the Hotham and Richmond clubs, to be played on the Hotham Recreation-reserve on Saturday, had to be cancelled in conscquence of the wet state of the ground. ...

    Article : 35 words
  7. MELBOURNE GRAMMAR SCHOOL V. GEELONG GRAMMAR SCHOOL.

    The first match of the season between these schools took place on Friday afternoon, June 12, on the East Melbourne Cricket-ground, and those who were present —a good number—were treated to a really good ...

    Article : 450 words
  8. LAWN TENNIS.

    The following matches were played on Saturday:— St. Kilda v. Kew.—This match resulted in a win for St. Kilda by 17 games. Messrs. M'Evoy and MacMullen (St. K.) beat Messrs. Bartram and Martin ...

    Article : 327 words
  9. MELBOURNE GRAMMAR SCHOOL V. SCOTCH COLLEGE.

    The first match of the season between the Melbourne Grammar School and the Scotch College took place on the Melbourne cricket-ground on Tuesday. M'Pherson, the Scotch captain, having won the toss, elected ...

    Article : 332 words
  10. LACROSSE.

    Collingwood v. Melbourne Reds, at Collingwood. South Melbourne First v. University, at Middlepark. South Yarra v. Fitzroy, at St. Kilda Cricket-ground. ...

    Article : 400 words
  11. CARLTON V. BALLARAT.

    The match between Carlton and Ballarat at the Melbourne cricket-ground on Saturday attracted only a moderate number of spectators. Owing to the recent heavy rains the ground was somewhat heavy ...

    Article : 226 words
  12. QUEEN'S COLLEGE, ST. KILDA, V. ALMA-ROAD GRAMMAR SCHOOL.

    The annual match of the above schools took place on Monday on the South Yarra Football-ground. It resulted in an easy win for the college by three goals (J. Rutherford, three) and nine behinds to the ...

    Article : 676 words
  13. MELBOURNE V. UNIVERSITY.

    These clubs met on Saturday afternoon, on the University-ground. The field was in a very dirty and sloppy state. The wind was blowing from the north, across the ground, so that no great advantage ...

    Article : 263 words
  14. TENNIS.

    The handicaps which I wrote about in your issue of April 4 have been advanced considerably. For Mr. Sullivan's trophy the only match which remained to be played in firstround, viz., between M.O'Shanassy ...

    Article : 778 words
  15. FITZROY V. WILLIAMSTOWN.

    The first match of the season between these two clubs was played on the Fitzroy cricket-ground on Saturday. The ground was in anything but firstclass condition, the recent rains having made it very ...

    Article : 361 words
  16. WRESTLING.

    The above-named athletes have depos[?] £5 each in our hands for a match of £25 aside. The Scottish champion some time ago issued a challenge to give any man Set. ...

    Article : 104 words
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