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CRICKET PRIZES.

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CRICKET PRIZES. A CHANCE FOR BATSMEN AND BOWLERS. With the object of encouraging cricket, U Argus" has much pleasure in announcing that two handsome prizes will be awarded for the best average batting and bowling per- formances during May. All clubs in Swan- sea and d.1 strict—with the exception of Swan- sea Firsts, Seconds and Thirds—are eligible. Results and particular3 of Saturday matches lCuat reach me every Tuesday morning in each week, and must be signed by the captain and secretary. Three matches during each month must be played. Matches played on any day except Saturday will not count. I would impress upon the secretaries of the clubs to be very careful in taking notes of the play of their members, and to be prompt in sending particulars to this office every week. Scores must be counted as from Saturday, May 5th, until May 26th. To ensure against the possibility of mistakes, the secretaries would oblige by sending me a statement of the month's feats by Tuesday, May 29th. to be also signed by the captains. Two prizes will be offered every month throughout the cricketing season. One batsman and one bowler can win only oue prize during the season. At the end of each month photos of the winning batsman and bowiar will be given in this column, with particulars of play, etc. All communications should be addressed to "Argus," "The Cambrian," Wind-street, and markc-d "Batting and Bowl- ing Competition."

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