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IDIN AS POWIS v. WHITCHURCH.

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DIN AS POWIS v. WHITCHURCH. Played at Whitchurch on Saturday last in glorious bummer weather. The homesters were strongly represented, but the visitors were minus J. B. Smithson (who, bye the bye, used to wield the willow" for Whitchurch some seasons back. and was one of the chief mainstays of the club) and Alexander Black, and played two substitutes. Whitchurch winning the toss, elected to bat first on a fiery wicket, which made the fast deliveries rise awkwardly on occasions. The homesters started none too promising, Townsend having his stumps disturbed with Peach's last ball of the first over. When Gibbs joined Schiele at the fall of the third wicket for 10 runs, a short stand was made, and the score had reached 26 before the partnership ended, Schiele being bowled by a good ball from Peach, after scoring a useful 13. The bowlers at this juncture, backed up by good fielding, maintained a temporary mastery over the batsmen, and two wickets fell in quick succession, Cotton being dismissed by a good catch at point. Bowden and Partridge forced matters when asso- ciated, and by resolute hitting carried the total to 51. before the former was taken behind the wickets. Bowden scored 16, after several lives," by clean hitting. Apart from Partridge, the remain- ing batsmen gave little trouble, and the innings closed for 80 runs. Dinas Powis started well, the first few batsmen playing in a confident manner, which augurs much for the future. D. Wakeford and J. Evans (two promising young players) ren- dered yeoman service to the visitors, the former compiling 15 runs in a manner worthy of older batsmen. R. G. Russell also reached double figures (10). The visitors total reached 58 runs, leaving Whitchurch winners by 22 runs. The fielding of Dinas Powis on the whole showed signs of much improvement, and by strict attention to this department better exhibitions may be expected. Scores and analysis WHITCHURCH. T. Townend, b Peach 0 E. H. Schiele, b Peach 13 J. Foxall, c Evans, b Peach 2 Lyddon, b Collins. 1 G. Gibbs, b Collins 12 C. F. Bowden, c Russell, b Peach 16 H. Cotton, c James, b Collins. 1 W. Partridge, not out 21 W. H. Ramsdale, c James, b P. Vivian 5 M. Huzzey, b James. 1 â Masters, b P. Vivian. 1 Extras. 6 Total. 80 DINAS POWIS. P. Vivian, c Partridge, b Lyddon. 3 J. Evans, c Townend, b Lyddon 5 H. Peach, b Foxall 3 H. Vivian, c Partridge, b Lyddon. 4 D. Wakeford, c Bowden, b Lyddon 15 D. James, c Partridge, b Lyddon 5 R. G. Russell, b Lyddon 10 D. J. Martin, c Schiel, b Lyddon 0 E. Griffin, not out. 1 H. Salmon (sub), st Masters, b Townend. 1 J. Collins, b Townend. 0 Extras. 11 Total. 58 BOWLING ANALYSIS.âWHITCHUECH INNINGS. O. M. R. W. H. Peach 10 1 37 4 J. Collins 8 1 19 3 P. Vivian 4.5. 0 12 2 D. James 3 0 6 1

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