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CRICKET. WARWICKSHIRE v. NOTTS. Bleak and cold weather attended this match at the County Ground, Birmingham to-dav (Men- da v), and the attendance was not lar^e when the, gume commenced. Nocts, who was without Shrewsbury and Mr. Wright, and v ho played Pick and another, commenced batting wiui. Dixon and Robinson, Whitehead and Knutton bowling, The latter was freely punished, Dixon and Gunn played excellent erie-ec together, the amateur punishing Knutton severely, so Sniiton relieved the fast bowler. The pair took the score to 81, when Gunn was bowled bv a ball which bscue In tremendously from leg. Upon the game being resumed after luncheon Shiltoa and Pallelt had ciuir-e o:'Li e bov.-iing, and although the batsmen did. no' so re freely they rarely seemed in danger of io^-i: t' ;r wickets. Flowers made some fine i c c i i. 'A hi*ehead, but, still, the cricket was ■■ :i her tame the ball rarely raaching the boundary. Wi' the score at. 143 F.owprs place'! a ball from Whitehead tamely into the hands of Mr. Bain- bridce at short slip and retired cr an unusually • Teful innings of 36. lie and Dixon having added :0 for the third wicket. At 187 Dixon's fine inn- ■:u: came to an end, Whitehead getting a good hati past him. His innings included eleven 4's, cu o s, and eleven 2's. Score NOTTS. 1st Inn' 2nd Inoings, Koliiiuoii, c Lilley, Koliiiuoii, c Lilley, b WUitehenU 10 A. Dixni). b V/bi-t-bead 106 fruni). !> Whiteheuii 25 jv, er;, e Ba;:rih;dg' I> V/tiite- l.ea<l 36 O.t, l> Whit-ehf.il 5 <?Ifiik>y, lJ IViiitebeacJ. 0 uell, l> .Shi,-ton lf> .1-igguWy, c Lllli.-y. b i'allett 5 ;Jikc, not out 10 S!iari.e, r.ct oilt 1 Ext"as 5 Extras •iVt.it 21 j T.)t.a1 CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY v. YORK5RLRa. In cold and cheerless weather the annual match commenced at Cambridge to-day (Monday The i sides areas advertised, except that J t'tti \Vhite- head plays for Foster. Dc-u^las started well, but at 20 was captured a, the wi,'ket. Mitchell con- tinued tj play steadily, but-found little comfort, and six tickets were down at iuneb for 101. Play was resumed at 2.45, but the newcomer only .u—^ made nine when he was caught. Robinson stayed some time. Mitchell played splendidly. Score:— CiXSKIiWE. 1st Innings. 2nd Innings. Doa^las, c Hunrei- b Hirst 19 icid, c W'nwi igbt b .Moor h-.use 13 Luttiam, c sub. i> Wain wr'ght^. 2 N. F. !>ruoet c Peel 1> W'n i ight 0 J'crkins, c 6ub. b Wainv.-rii.lit 15 Hearing, c Whitehead li Wain- Mitchell, ]'hw. b i'iii-i '.7S W.G Druce, c Tcnnic-Iiffe b j'oei 9 K'->l'inson, c Wainwright h Pet-! S Oslxjrite, c b Hirst 1 Burroughs, not ont 9 lixtra? 3 Extras Total US Total VHil.SKII'E. 1st ladings. 2nd Innings. Wardail, notout 10 'J'unni(:Iii' -e, emizciiel; UOtbome 1 Brown, not cat 7 lixn^s 2 Extras w_- T0ta.1 2) M.C.C. AND GROUND V. KENT. In very cold and showery weather this match commenced at Lords to-day on a hard wic-kct. Kent played the same team as defeated Lancashire, excc-pt that Birch displaces Wilson, and the Club have a formidable side. Frequent thowers pre- vented a commencement being made until ten minutes to one. Kent won the toss, and sent in Mason and Alee flearne to oppose Pongher and J. Hearne. Mason was bow lea a, 37 biu, then matters went badly, live wickets being down at luncheon for 51. After lunch the Kent batsmen fared badly before the bowling of J. Hearne, for the innincs closed at ten minutes past tbrfe for 67 only. Sto-ddarf made a grand start for the Club, Despite frequent bowling changes runs accrued at a crcat pace, and the to:al reached 121 before Stoddart was brilliantly caught. Score :— xk:;T. 1st Innings.' 2nd Icno-gs. Mr.son. b J. H arjit-w 28 Alec-K bFo.ight-r 15 Geo. Heaote, b J. Hearne 1 WcigaV, b P-ngbet 1 Martin, c and i> ,T. Hear -r- 5 Birch, e and 1J J. Hearn." 3 Mai -hnr.t,. b J. Hearne 0 lay lor Jonps, s* Store:'b Pcu^t.i- 5 Wrigi.t. c Havske b J. Hearne 8 Walt.?:- Hearne, not out 0 Nuttall, c Storer b J. Kc-arne 0 Extras 3 Extras Total G7 Totil M.C.C. St.-dl»-c Taylor Jones b\V. Ji roc 54 L-rd Hawkc. b sob 81 Us Traf-or not. tif 4 Rxtr.:i s. l'xt,a. Total 1*51 Total GOWERION v. YNISYGERWN. Played at Ynvsygcrwn on Saturday, and re- suited in a win for Gowcrton. Score": Ynysy- gerwn.—F. Dickons, b C. Potts, 7 John Griffiths, bC. Potts, 2: T. Williams, b C. Pctts, 0; Jenkin CritHtbs. b D. Jenr';ns, 1; Hy. Walters, b D. Jenkins, 0; D. n. Morris, b D. Jenkins, 9; Lewis i. dwards, b Potts, 5; Clriries Poole, b Potts. 0; M. Jones, b Pott.?, 4 ;v D. J. Thomas, b Potts, 1, D. J. Hopkins, no: out, 0; extras, 2; total. 31. Gowcricn.— Sergt. Iloliowav b Walters, 5: D. Ward. c M. Jor.es b (irifirths, 10; D. Jenkins, b Walters. 6; A. Jones, b Walters, 0; C. Fotts, b Gnffit/s. 1: W, ilowan, h alters, 7#: D. G. Hibbcrt, h \v>a tcrs, 0; H, Humshrip-, b Walters, 1: P. Horr.:t, c U'illiams b G ilhthr, 11: W. Nevlaw. not out. 0: J. G. William- b Griiliths, 1; exti as, 1: total. 32. Llanei.ly Y. Pk-'Iuho k DOCK Gai:ri=on.— This match was played at Stradey Park, Lianellv. cn Led in an easy win for the home tenm, for whom Sheesmith plaved a fine inni. gs of cl. The scores were as fallon's:- Pembroke Dock Garrison total, 28. Lianellv: F.N. Powell, 11; IJ. II li; G. P. Lewis, 15; T, Hecs/O S. B. Bow en, 12; H. W. Veall, 12; J. G. Lewis, 3, B. C. Cornish, 12; Shoesmith, Ql: J. Howe'l. 27: extras. 9 total (3 wickets), 159. Llandoyfjiy College 1st XV. v. Mi:. J. E. CEAPMAKS Xl.— This match wit-i played on the College ( round on Saturday in lovely weather, and resulted in the defeat of the XV.. though Messrs. T. O. Jones and K. L. Wihiams, both hit vigorously. For Mr. Chapman's team Mr. D. T. M. Jones played a grand innings of 8:t Scares: Cohcge, 119: Mr. Chapman's XI, 158 fcr e.^hi wickets. Cam; kta.n (Lianklly) v. Swansea Bcti o .— This match was played at Lhinelly on Halt:r„ac and resulted iN o win for the homesters In 51 lTn". Scores: l.-laaelly. 7o, Swansea Bot:ng. 24. Swansea church Y, Salisbury Clcb.— T lis match was pia-eel cn the Penllcgacr groui-d cn Saturday last, and resulted in a win for i lie, Swansea (. hureh by 2ii runs. The following are the scorcs;—Swatuea Church; Blaekmore, 13; Solomoii, 1: Sweet, 0; F. C. Jones, 0: Thomas, Itl; Llovel, 0; A. Davios, 6; Hyde. 0 N. A. Thomas, 11: Pollock, B; J. E. Jenkins, 0: extras, 14; total, 71. Salisbury Club C. Thomas. 12: W. Bancroft, 0: Hid, 5: S. Currow, 1; J. thíyn, 8; Anthony, 12; Morris, 4 A. Fillers, 2; C. Chambers, 0 Grey, not out, 2; Jenkins, 0: extras, 2; total, 43,

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