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f TENBY. j 0 toojj Match.—On Friday week a cricket match j Crist fi6 ^etween some of the members of the Tenby j ^lon • anc^ t^3e ^ean Castle Eleven, on the ground *° ^atter- present match originated VSenge made tothe N arherth Club by the Hean '°atf en' Some of their best players being unable Teilb > ^ev were obliged to decline the match. The J01611' thoush unahle to get their number together for °l th true cr^c'<e^n8 zeal their appearance by 8round in their stead; the eleven was made up Jjea p -Hean Castle men, and the match proceeded, Jotg, astle won the toss and went in. All the men out n tnd ^en Allowed a cold luncheon, very creditably §ote] h? Mrs. Thomas, of the Picton Castle I 13Q *he Tenby men then went in making a score of I Inclu in 23 byes. Mr. W. Hooper making the core of' t h On th ot the day 36. Mr. T. Smyth the second score 31. tt e Heao Castle side Mr C. R. Vickerman played *hich y for 26 runs; Air E. Buckby made 22, of d 'tllere WGte ^Ve t!iree. A" Navies pLj splendid form, went out for 16, one of the hits lo^n8 six to the good of his side. Mr T. Smyth as feS Hop was admirable, not a single ball escaped'him. aPpend the score 0 J HEAN CASTLE. Vickerman, 1 b w, b Hill 25 J} p.aPlin, b Hooper 0 4V b Hooper 0 iK68' b Hil1 — 16 W uek'Dy> b Hooper 0 i,'r "fla", c F. Hooper, b W. Hooper 2 J| b' Thomas, b Hill 0 J °ackby, c and b S. Hooper 22 '¡:j,)W £ b°WeQ 13 'J IIi arnaschone, I b w, b Morgan 1 ias» run °«t 5 w io 94 J j- TENBY. j o 0oper, b Davies 4 »01yth, b Davies 31 Dp b E. Buckby .20 ^n0per 36 $M b Davies 2 p^gan, b Davies 2 Vto00^' run out 0 i, l'k » Navies 1 T, tt?°rJ'as» Havie3 1 X, i\ -Pavies, c Buckby, b Davies 0 ,A)a«is 0 23, n b 1, w 9 33 130

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