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  3. CRICKET.

    PERTH, Saturday. — The English team began their first match in Australia against Western Australia to-day the attendance reaching 5,000. The heavy rain had left ...

    Article : 741 words
  4. DISTRICT ASSOCIATIONS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 855 words
  5. COLLINGWOOD v. MELBOURNE.

    Melbourne lost the toss at Victoria Park, and with the wicket in splendid order, fully expected to field, but to their surprise Rvder sent them in, and there they stopped till 6 o'clock for 175 runs ...

    Article : 338 words
  6. SECOND ELEVENS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 257 words
  7. THE JUNIORS.

    Junior cricketers were favoured with perfect weather for the opening of the second round, but the conditions of the various playing-grounds leave much to be desired. Owing to the ...

    Article : 2,074 words
  8. CARLTON v. NORTHCOTE.

    When Carlton won the toss against Northcote they had no hesitation in batting, and looked for a score, but they found A. E. V. Hartkopf in most destructive mood, and in 2[?] hours they ...

    Article : 486 words
  9. METROPOLITAN LEAGUE.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 44 words
  10. FINE DAY AT LAST.

    The second round of pennant matches, begun on Saturday, opened in delightful spring weather, and players everywhere were delighted. The wickets were in favour of the batsman on every ...

    Article : 477 words
  11. SUB-DISTRICT.

    Fortune favoured cricketers on Saturday, and sub-district entlis[?] took full advantage of the fine weather. The rain in the early part of the week had saturated the wickets, and the sharp ...

    Article : 1,417 words
  12. HOWELL BENEFIT.

    SYDNEY, Saturday. — The W. P. Howell benefit match between Now South Wales and the Rest of Australia was continued at the Sydney Cricket-ground ...

    Article : 1,414 words
  13. RICHMOND v. THE UNIVERSITY.

    Richmond won the toss against the students on the Richmond ground, and by 6 o'clock had seven wicket down for 319. Keating took Clive Sindrey in with him, and the first 50 went up in ...

    Article : 299 words
  14. THE HOWELL BENEFIT.

    The absence of any Victorians from the Rest of Australia team,now playing New South Wales, for the benefit of W. F. Howell, has had a marked effect on the game. Of the ...

    Article : 726 words
  15. CHURCHES.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 449 words
  16. ESSENDON v. PRAHRAN.

    Prahran won the toss at Essendon, and held the wickets all the afternoon, losing three wickets for 232. Heatey and Thomson began the batting, and then they were separated at a quarter to [?] ...

    Article : 312 words
  17. FITZROY v. NORTH MELBOURNE.

    [?] made a very poor showing against North Melbourne, on a good wicket, for in an hour and three-quarters they were all out for 55 runs. Had it not been for the [?] brothers, who made ...

    Article : 539 words
  18. HAWTHORN-EAST MELB. v. ST. KILDA.

    St. Kilda and Hawthorn East Melbourne met at Glenferrie, where the home team elected P. Le Counteur captain, and S. Weotton his first Heutenant. Le Couteor lost the toss, and with the ...

    Article : 517 words
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