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MONMOT JTH AND NEWNHAM CRICKET MATCH. A mate a between these clubs took place OIl Friday last- 1 He play ras good on both sides: the fielding of our own bvanvaoSn 1 and could not have been excelled by am of t he crack elevens at Lord s. This remark is borne out by tne smallness ot the numbers scored by their adversa- ries m the second innings. The numbers gailled by each party were-Monmouth, 1st innings, 70; 2nd innings. 102- rotal, 1, i\ewn,iam, 1st innings, 53; 2nd innings, 28-total, 81; leaving tne Monmouth club 91 in advance of their oppo- nents. On W ednesday, the U!tli inst,, the men of Ross in- tend trying tne s trength of our townsmen. This match will commence on tho Monmouth ground. The following is the score as it stood at the close of the game on Friday last MONMOUTH. „ I-'I r, S T „ SECOND INNINGS. A. Rous, b. air Martin Boevy 2 ruuout 9 If. BiF, b. Sir rf ^,tiu Bocvy 15 b. C. Crawley 33) R- lyng' b. y-Crawley 12 b. C. Crawley 5 J. (jr. George, b. C. Crawley 3 b. C. Crawley 0 T.W lllianis, c. K nowles, b. Sir M. B. 19 b. C. Crawley 0 W. Williams, b C. Crawley 1 run out 18 H. Roberts,c. Vanghan,k Sir M.B. 2 b. C. Crawley G Majonbanks, b. Sir Martin Bocvy 2 b. C. Crawley 0 Jones, leg b. w. b. C. Crawley I not out 4 Crawley, not c-ut 5 b. Sir M. Boevy 4 Norman, b. ;Sir M. Boevy 0 b. C. Crawley 0 Bves ;? Byes 12 '■ W ide balls (» AY ide balls 4 No balb 0 No balls 1. Total 70 102 NEWNHAM. FIRST INNINGS. SECOND INNINGS. Sir Martin Boevy, b. Jones 4 lg b. w., b. Rolls 0 C. Crawley, b. Jones 4 c.Crawley b. Jones 0 Wintle, b. Jones 13 b. Rolls 7 R. Grub, leg b. w., b. Jones b. Jones l Waddington, rim out 3 c. King, b. Rolls 3 E. Grub, leg b, w., b. Jor.es 0 b. Rolls j Knowles, b. Rolls 0 c. King, b. Jones () Yaughan, b. Jones • not out Partridge, b. Jones 4 c. King, b. Jones 2 Lewis, not out *°S b. w.,b. Jones 2 YY'atkins, b. Jones "■ Jones „ Byes 3 Byes Wide balls 2 Wide balls 1 Total 53 ~T The return match took place at Ncwnham, on Mondiv 7^ the Ncwnham Ground, with the following result: y' on NEWNHAM. FIRST INNINGS. SECOND TVXT, Smith, c. Rolls, b. Jones 3 b. Lucas INGS- n Richardson, b. Jones 3U b. Jones *,7 Partridge, b. Rolls !G b Jon, 17 White, c. T. Williams, b. Jones 20 T N 11 Sir Martin Boevy, c. King, b. ^ucas 5 Lucas 1 K T„ Peters, run out .5 1 1 C. Crawley, b. Lucas .2 A0^s 53 YVintle, b. Jones c" b. Jones 3 E. Grub, b. Jones •» c. Rolls, b. Jones 12 \Yratkius, not out ,c- Rolls, b. Jones j Waddington, c. Biss, b. Lucas () Lucas J n<"f» Total 101 114 m,TH' fS,™" s • .«• *>*•. b. "■ Jones, c Smith, b. Richardson" 0 Ling, b. Richardson 2 b. White '24 B^ b WJnte j notout -:M xv ,u,s' h \Y hite 0 r \v 'i1™' b" Richardson 0 not out 2 L. YY anklyn, not out 1 Majoribanks, s. b. Richardson 5 1. Roberts, s., b. Richardson 0 Lucas, b. Y\ hite 8 b. W ',lto 1 Byes 5 ? Wide 4 AVide ^7 32 72 The garpe was not concluded, owing to the darkness of the evening.

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