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I CRICKET. BARRY AND CADOXTON DISTRICT 2ND AND PENARTH 2ND CRICKET CLUBS Met on the Witchill ground on Saturday last. The visitors were victorious, and this caused no surprise, as they brought down with them six men out of their 4irst team. The Cadoxton team ought not to be so loose in their fielding, and it wowli be well if the members of the club were to set themselves to improv# their-fielding as soon as possible. Scores :— 1 "BARRY AND CADOXTON DISTRICT 2ND C.C. 1 W. Morse, 1 b, b Mulvey 9 '1 W. R. Howell; b Mulvey 2 H. Waters, b Benson 11 T. Thomas, b Benson 0 L.WiHett.bMulvey. 16 H. J. Palmer, b Mulvey 0 H. Jones, a Davies, b Mulvey 2 < B. Willett. b Stevenson 3 R. Kirkness, b Stevenson. 0 W. Powell, not out. 2 W. Hodge, c Kirby, b Mulvey 1 Extras 9 Total 55 PEXARTli 2ND C.C. E. Kirby, c Ilowell, b Waters 51 J. S. Grant, b L. Willett 6 J. G. Llewelyn, c and b II. Jones 24 H. G. Mul v ey, run out 6 D. C. Davies, not out 10 Extras 10 Total 107 R. A. Lewis, T. Benson, C. Kuby. T. James, A. H t Lee, and Stevenson did not bat. TONDU 2ND XI. v. BRIBGEND 2ND XI. A match was plave I bstivftea the above teams on Saturday last & Bri-tgetid in fine weather, and resulted in a victory for Tondn by 51i runs. Owing to the home team walking off the field before the call of time, the visitors were left by themrelves on the field, a thing that docs not speak well Sor the home t-am. Score :— TONOU. r Tondu 1st Innings. 2nd Innings. E. Thomas, b D. Davies 1 c Sefton, b Gre- gory 1 B. King, c Sefton, b Davies. J b Sefton 0 E. D. Hopkin, c Rees, b Gre- gory 1 b Gregory 11 i. J. Mathews, b Davies 2 c Davies, b Sef- ton 2 !'E. Whittingham, b Gregory. 0 b Gregory 0 J. Hopkin, b Gregory & -c F. Brown, b Gregory 5 j..T. Jones, c Gregory, b Davies 2 b Gregory 9 T. Rees. b Sefton 13 h Davies. 8 K. Hopkin (Capt.) bDavies. 3 b Gregory. 18 C.'Ford, b Sefton 2 not out 2 j .F. Cox, not out 0 b Gregory .i 0 -Extras. 5 Extras 6 j Total 30 Total. 62 BRIDGED. j 1st Innings. 2nd Inning. Wi. B. Gregoi v, b K Hopkin 7 mot out -0 j F. Brown, b R.King. 0 absent. 0 U, Davies, run out 1 s.bsent, O V.M. Jones, b E. Hopkin 1 stbaent ;Q R Gregory, run out 1 Absent 10 C.,Seftoii, b R. King 14 Tnn out S R. Rees, b King 1 Absent i £ ) W.Thomas, run out 0 5b King 1 J. Bryant, b King 3 VKing ,1) D. 'Brown, c T. Rees, b King 2 *«ib. B. Hopkin :0 G. sStradling, not out 1 fc SE. Hopkin to Bxtras 2 Extras ;0 Total 33 'Total 4 I MAJBSTEG v. BRIDOEND.—The AFOIVRE match wa,¡;¡ played at Maesteg on Wednesday. asci resulted isi a wia ifor the hotne :team by 42 reus. T. W. Morgac bowled and batted well. Be took nine wickets for 11 runs. Appended is tfce score :— Maesteg'-—J. R. Sutton, 2.: H. Laviers. 1; C. Alford, 7 T. J. VaNios. 8 T. W. Morgan. 25 f. Reas, 1 T. Cusse, 13 E. J. Williams, -1; J. L. T. Popkins, 2; M. Jeass, 2 R. DsbiW ry, not out, 1.: extras, S: total, M, .Bridge nd—E. Greece. 2 W. R'illiauis, 3: Burton (gjro.). 12; W. A. WilIiamf, 2; J. Hill, 2 F. Bird, 4 R. C. Grife hs, W. W. Joseph, 0 T. E. Llewellyn. 0 W. J-lewellyn, noc swit. 3 W. Davies, 0 j extras, 8 tota*, 39. ST. AxDEEtT*} v. BARRY DoCK.—Played at 1 Barry on ;Saturaay. Scores :—Barry, 32; St. 1 Andrew's, 59.

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