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CRICKET. CADOXTON PRESBYTERIANS v. ELY SCHOOLS. Played at Ely on Saturday last, and resulted in a win for the Presbyterians by 14 runs. Scores:— Presbyterians—J. Miles (run out), 1; J. Dure, b Southward, 9; A. F. Hill (run out), 2; A. Dunn, b Southward, 0 D. Griffiths (run out), 20; E. Llewellin, o and b Southward, 2; D. Taylor (not out), 10; J. Meikle (run out), 6; J. Davies (run out), 1 D. Thomas, b Webber, 1; A. T. Giddiugs, b Southward, 4; extras, 3; total, iO. Ely Schools-G. Preece, c Miles, b Dure, 0 J. Edwards, c and b Llewellin, 3; B. Webber, b Llewellin, 8 W. Southward, c Griffiths, b Llewellin, 4 T. Jone-, c Llewellin, b Griffiths, 0 T. Harries, b Griffiths, 1; A. Peters (run out), 3; R. Derbyshire, b Llewellyn, 5; G. Smart, c Meikle, b Miles, 0; H. Lloyd, b Miles. 4; C. Lewis (not out), 9 extras, 18; total, 4G. PENARTH v. CARDIFF. This match was played on Saturday afternoon last at the Cardiff Arms Park in the presence of a goodly attendance of onlookers. J. H. Brain and R. B. Sweet-Escott opened the game to the bowling of F. Morgan and H. Morgan. Runs were put o* rapidly, but with the score standing at i3 Brain was taken at the wicket by Llewellyn. J. G. Clark followed in, I and again the bowling of the Penarth men was com- pletely collared. Despite changes in the bowling, both batsmen hit out freely, and the score had been carried to 101 ere Clark was caught by English for a capitally-compded 30. W. H. Brain came next, but shortly afterwards a heavy shower drove the players shortly afterwards a heavy shower drove the players to the pavilion. The rain continued for half-an-hour, but upon ceasing the game was resumed. R. B. Sweet-Escott and W. H. Brain still batted exceed- ingly well, the former especially making some fine hits. With the score standing at 107, however, Sweet-Escott, in hitting one of Cowley's deliveries round to leg was well caught by Benson. His splendid innings of 80 included eight 4'8. T. M. Barlow now joined W. H. Brain, who was, with an addition of two runs to the score, sent back by Eng- lish. K. R. Marley then partnered T. M. Barlow, but the former had only scored a trio when he was clean bowled by White. A. W. Morris succeeded, and W. Barlow took the score up to ISO, when the Cardiff captain declared the innings closed. S. Biggs, V. Hickley, Lowe, and H. Hare did not bat. The game ultimately ended, in a draw. Score:— Cardiff— J H Brain, c Llewellyn, b W Morgan, 23; R Sweet-Escott. c Benson, b Cowley, 80; J G Clark, o English, b F Morgan, 30; W H Brain, c English, t b Cowley, 21; T M Barlow, not out, 11; K R Marley, b White, 3; A H Morris, not out, 4; extras, 8; total, 180. Penarth— W P Edgington, c Hickley, b Biggs, 18; E Parkinson, c Barlow, b S Biggs, 12; T English, c W Brain, b Lowe, 3; H E Morgan, not out, 19 T Morgan, b Lowe, 6 W Douglas, not out, 6 extras, 6; total, 70. BARRY 1ST v. GARTH. Played at Barry on Saturday last in miserable weather, and resulted in a draw. Scores :—Garth— Butler, c T Lewis, b Llewellyn, 2; J Donovan, c E Da vies, b West, 34 Lewis, b W West, 2 J Morgan, run out, 3; T Evans, b Llewellyn, 0 Matthews, b Llewellyn, 1; Jobson, b Llewellyn, 2 H Jones, b Llewellyn, 0; T Phillips, b Llewellyn, 0; J Hughes, not out, 1; extras, 8; total, 53. Barry-T Lewis, run out, 2; T Wilson, c Donovan, b H Jones, 1; B T Pomeroy, run out, 18; 0 Lewis, c Matthews, b Butler, 0 D Williams, b Butler, 3; H E Tilston, not out, 3; E Davies, noi; out, 1; extras, 5; total, 33. W T Llewellyn, W Morse, J H Cran- ston, and W West did not bat. NEWPORT 3RD XI. v. PENARTH 2ND XI. Played at Penarth on Saturday last, the home team winning by 18 runs and three wickets. G. Shepherd bowled grandly for Penarth, taking five wickets for two runs. Score :—Newport 3rd XI.— A. Edmunds, 1 b w, b Dewar, 1; T. Heweston, b Dewar, 11; G. F. Ivins, h w, b Dewar, 5; W. Williams, b Snepherd, 9 F. Ivins, b Stevenson, 2 J. Osborne, run out, 10; T. Rigby, not out, 4 J. W. Evans, b Shepherd, 0 A. Shepherd, b Shepherd, 0; B. Stephens, b Shepherd, 0; F. Wilding, b Shepherd, 30 extras, 5; total, 53. Penarth 2nd XI. -C. Kirby, b F. Ivins, 23; G. Shepherd, c Edmunds, b F. Ivins, 5; E. G. H. Jones, b Osborne, 5; W. R. Rawle, b Shepherd, 21; T. Dewar, s Edmunds, b Osborne, 0; J. C. James, c Evans, b Shepherd, 2; G. Thomas, run out, 15; W. Seward, not out, 1; A. Andrews, not out, 3; extra, 1; total for seven wickets, 71. A. H. Lee and A. Stevenson did not bat. I GUILDFORD METHODIST C.C. v. BARRY CONGREGATIONAL 2ND XI. The above match was played at Cardiff on Satur- day last. Owing to the late arrival of the Guildford team the match was not commenced until four o'clock. The Barry team had taken up their full eleven, but several of their players would not wait till the match owing tc the late arrival of the home team. The scores were as followsBarry (1st innings), 34 for seven wickets; (2nd innings), 47 for one wicket Guildford (1st innings), 46 for 10 wickets; (2nd innings), 23 for nine wickets. The nine Guild £ urd wickets were down at four minutes to six, leaving four minutes to play. The last Guildford man took so long to come in that time was up oefore he com- menced to bat. The Barry team were treated very badly, not even being thanked for taking up their own wickets, which they did to oblige the Guildford team.—Cominunicattd. j ELY v GLAMORGAN POLICE (E DIVISION).— The match played by these clubs at Ely on Wednesday last resulted iu an easy win for the Police by 72 runs. the homesters only scoring 37. For the winners, Police-constable Angus, of Penarth, scored 35 not out, and Merit-class Officer J. Rees, Barry Dock, took eight wickets, six being clean bowled. Acting- sergeant Herbert Evans, Barry Dock, and Police- constable Thomas, Penarth, also played for the Police. BARRY 2ND v GUILDffORD.—Played at Cardiff on Saturday last, and resulted in a. win for Barry. WHITCHUHCH Sr. FAGAN'H.—Thi« match was played at St. Fagan's on Saturday last, and ended in a win for the visitors by eighteen rung. NEWPORT 3RD XI. v. PENARTH 2ND XI.—Played at Penarth on Saturday last, when the home team were victorious by 18 runs, with three wickets to | spare. GLAMORGAN POLICE v. CAPTAIN LINDSAY'S TEAM. —Played at Ystrad Mynai-h on Saturday afternoon last, resulting in a win for Captain Lindsay's team by 14 runs, the scores being :—Polite, 37 Lindsay'* team, 51. J. Rees, T. Harris, Murphy, and Hill played for the police. Superintendent Giddings, Barry Dock, was the umpire. TO-MORROW'S FIXTURES. CADOXTON P«ESBYTERIAN« v. CARDIFF WINDSORS.—At Cadoxton, when the Presbyterian team will be—D. Griffiths (captain), J. Miles, J. Meikle, J. Dure, A. Dunn, D. Taylor, J. Davies, A. T. Giddings, E. Llewellin, A. P. Hill, W. Meikle, and A. Park. R«6ervss—H. Griffiths and R. Havard. BARRY CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH C.C. v. BARRY COMPANY S OFFICES C.C.—This match will be played on the ground of the former, at three o'clock, when the Congregationalists will be repre- sented by the following :—J. W. Cant (captain). W. J. Williams, W. Ashmore, J. P. Gabe, T. Saunders, E. Lewis, W. Holloway, H. Roberts, T. Davies, C. Munn, and F. John. Reserves, J. Rees and F. Inglis. BARRY v. ELY.—To bo played at Ely. The follow- ing will be the Barry team :—W West (captain), T Lewis, 0 Lewis, W T Llewellyn. H E Tilston, T Wilson, E Davies, W Morse, D Willtams, R Knot, and D Blainey. Train leaves Barry at 2.25 p.m. BARRY 2ND V. PENARTH 2ND.—To be played at Penarth. The following will be the Barry team :— E Phillips (captain;, 11 Willett, L Willett, J Edmondes, Geo H Richards, J Jones, J Kavanagh, W Murphy, J Lewis, Ivor Joh*, H Jones, and Ibbeston (reserve). Train leaves Barry at 2.25 p.m.

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