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r-CRICKET. II TEST MATCH CONCLUDES VICTORY FOR AUSTRALIA. ENGLAND BADLY BEATEN. 11.20.-At the cloeo of piay at Leeds on "Saturday the Australians, who led. on the first innings by six runs, had at the second attmepi scored 175 for eight wickets. The weather this morning was dull and sfioomy, being suggestive of ran- Despite the eariy start, qui.a 4,000 iixx-iato-'s were preheat at 11.5. Mavar -7 not cut 7, and Oart>;r not oat 22, resumed the Australian mnings am. tbe how ling was shared by Barnes and Brearley. The game opened quietly, !Jut. C-iler got a three to leg oti and a three lat cut off Barnes. Macartney, who was nearly bowled by BrearLcy, was ag-&I-a ti- the defensive. 11.45.— At 333 Carter was caught at the wicket having made 30 out of 33 put on for the ninth wicket. Laver came on and when two, and the total 152, was missed by ila- eraren at slip. 12-0—Two hundred went tip in four hours and three-quarters. The innings closed lor 207, leaving England With 214 to g*et to win, IKacartv.ey played at the wickets for an hour a. a cotter. The inJiiigs c;ed i ifatj 12 o cj 12.45—Barnes took six wickets fcr o3 and Rhodes two for 44. After an inter, a^. oi twenty minutes Pry and iiobbs entered upon Ftgland's sericus task. Tne atU-dtace had increased t<> 6,COO. Cotter and ilacart- cey opened the lYY:" ilig. I.D.—Seventeen runs wore scared in 25 minutes and then Fry played a good la.l in.t his wickets. Tyldesley, who followed him, looked like settling down, but *ft*r mcikltg seven g*ave jl-cartacy a rccrn chance. The second wicket fel at ;6. 1.30.—Sharp w.ii.t. in and runs were put en at a qmet pace. Armstrong and haver took up trie x>'A ling Ilobos. thcugn uccei- tain made seme s>od strkee. One hit was increased to five by a.n overthrew. Fifty want up in just over an hour. 2.20.—About 2,000 spectators were present when the game was resumed at 2.20. With fuai* runs added Iiobbs was bowled by Cot- Xir, v ho in the same over also dismissed Sharp- 3.G.—f't-rthe- disaster befel Eng-iand. With the score a; 61 Jlaclarea tried to hit to j-e-g and was caught at jxdut at C2. Cidey was is-o '/Ctoi i. ceing the sixth (ll-Lt. o.ir— ilii-rt and Rhodes also "eti at. 3Z arid 3ames being tovried five runs later the bile e ut fer 87. the Au^triliaus win- ning at.) 1j by 126 runs. 3.40.—After lunch the -seven English wickats fell in IfSt. than an hour for 31 runs. Cot- ter took four of them for eight runs and Siae-ruiey three for ten wickets. The English innings only lasted a trifle o er two liourr-. AL"íT.R.\LIAN8-lst Innings. ItcAlistfcr lbw b Hirst — 3 Hansford rua out 45 Gregory b Barnes ,—46 Noble b Hirst 3 Armstrong c Lilley b Brearley 21 Eardsley hit wicket b Rhodes 3Q Truuiper not ont 27 Macartney c Fry b Rhodes 4 Cotter b Rhcde" .— 2 Carter lbw b Rhodes .— 1 Laver c Lilley b Brearley 0 Extras 6 Total v. 188 AUSTiLVLIANS—2nd Innings. Gregory b Hirst .—— 0 McAiister c Sharp b Earaes 5 Rar.sford lhw b Barnes 24 Noble c Rhodes b Baraes 'H" 31 Arinscrocg b Rhodes .—. 45 Bardsley e Li'ley b Barnes 2 l'r unifier b Barnes 2 Cotter c jlaciaren b BhodAs 19 Carter c Lilley b Barnes » 30 ilacartney b Brearley IS Laver not out 13 Extras 1# Total 2.07 1 EJCGIjASD—1st Innings. C. B. 5 ry lbw t Cotter — "1 Hcbhs b Macartney 12 Tyldisiey •; Armstrong b Macartney 55 Sharp st Carter b Macartney 61 Haclaren b Macartney 17 Rhodes c Carter b Laver 12 Hirst b Macartney 4 Lilley not out —. 4 Barnes b Macartney 1 Brearley b M:aca.tney- 6 Jessop. absent hurt —, 0 Extras 9 Tota.1 182 ENGLAND—2nd Innings. Fry b Cotter 7 Tyidesley c and b Macartney 7 llobbs, b Cotter 30 Sharp b Cotter 11 Muclaren c Cotter b llari-toey 1 Lilley ] ow b Cotter 2 Rhodes c Armstrong b Macartney H" 16 Hirst b Cotter 0 Barnes b Macartney 1 Brearley not out — 4 Jessop, abs^xtt ill 0 Extras 8 Total 87 BOWLING ANALYSIS. AUSTRALIANS—1st Innings. Hirst 26 6 65 2 Barnes 23 12 37 1. Brearley 14.1 1 42 1! Rhodes 8 2 38 4 BrearL«y bowled one wide. and. Barnes one no-ball. ENGLAND— 1st Innings. t Cotter 17 1 45 1 ? Macartney 25.3 6 S3 7 i Arnistroiig 16 5 3J a LaTPr I. i. 33 4 15 1 Noble 13 5 22 0 Cotter bowled four no-balls. FALL OF THE WICKETS. AUSTRALIANS.—1st Innings. 1 2 5 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 6 C6 100 1-4 140 154 167 169 171 138 E5GLANi>— 1st Innings. 123456789 10 # 8 31 137 146 157 169 171 174 182 182

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