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  2. S. Melbourne and Fitzroy in District Cricket Final

    VICTORIES over St. Kilda and Richmond respectively in the semi-final games left South Melbourne and Fitzroy as the two teams to play off for the District premiership in Melbourne. They began their game on the Albert Ground on ...

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    SYDNEY is just about to dose a club cricket season that cannot be termed satisfactory, solely because the star players have been absent from their teams too frequently, and when the opportunity arose for them to take part in senior games many hied themselves to North Queensland, ...

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    ONE of the proud possessions of the Richmond club is a cup which has has had a remarkable history. Away back in the early days one of ...

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    THERE was no cricket In Adelaide on Saturday, but preparations are being made for the final round of games to be played as a full day’s ...

    Article : 344 words
  6. S. M. J. WOODS ILL

    Australians will receive with deep regret the news of the serious Illness of S. M. J. Woods, the famous Anglo-Australian cricketer. “Sammy” ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  7. Fremantle Lead

    At the end of the first day’s play In the final in Perth the premiership was as good as won by Fremantle, who passed North-East Fremantle’s ...

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  8. St. Kilda Fail

    South Melbourne and St. Kilda both have large followings, and a fine crowd saw the opening day’s play In their semi-final game. The first ...

    Article : 584 words
  9. Fitzroy’s Victory

    When Arthur Liddicut. the Fitzroy captain, won the toss from Les Keating, of Richmond, he had no hesitation in batting on the excellent ...

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  10. NORTH v. SOUTH

    Conditions were perfect on Saturday, with a slight up in the air, when the North and South match was begun at Hobert, North won the toss, and batted, but gave a disappointing ...

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  11. Veteran in Form

    There was no cricket in Brisbane on Saturday, but Toombus journeyed to Warwick to play the Southern Downs In their annual match. The ...

    Article : 75 words
  12. Sydney’s Oldest Player

    Now that E. L. Waddy and H. Carter have retired from club cricket, C. R. Hogue, of North Sydney Shires team, must be entitled to the claim ...

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  13. Will Collingwood Greatly Miss Albert Collier ?

    TASMANIA’S GAIN Collingwood Lose Collier As a rule, Collingwood do not refuse clearances, Charlie Pannam’s ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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    WITH the suddenness of a deluge, League football training was started on Easier Saturday and continued on Monday, leaving many ...

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  15. N.S.W. LEAGUE

    Should the Sydney University Senate consent to the N.S.W. Rugby League using the University Oval, the 13 a side game would receive a ...

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    The Brisbane Rugby League season was opened on Saturday at the Exhibition grounds with a match between Balmoln, a Sydney club team, and a ...

    Article : 102 words
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  18. “Aussie” Code Plans

    N.S.W. National League has decided that each of the six clubs meet the others four times, making 20 matches before the semi-finals are ...

    Article : 90 words

    South Australia have circularised the States urging the restoration of the “flick” pass, the old style of handball which made the game so ...

    Article : 137 words
  20. Partridge of Mayne Can Kick Goals

    The Australian rules season opened Saturday in Brisbane with, trial games at Perry Park. There was a fair crowd. A feature was the goal ...

    Article : 61 words



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