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ST. CLEAR$, CRICIC]IT. -A very pleasant and exciting match took place between the above teams on Saturday, the 27th August. In the first innings Laugharne were disposed of for the small total of 26 runs, due almost entirely to the deadly howling pf I,. Pi Jones who se- cured 9 wickets for 6 runs. The only batsman who faced him with any confidence was J. F. Thomas, who made some magnificent hits. Having disposed of their opponents so easily, St. Clears anticipated an oaay victory, but the glorious uncertainty of cricket here again showed itself, for the first three wickets fell without any score being made. When Blake and 1.1. p. Jones l}e<?ame associated, things looked more promising, but when Jones was clean bowled -by H, L. David, the remainder n\ade a very sorry show, and although Blake, who had played a steady defensive game right through the innings attempted to force the game, his effort came too late, and the whole team were dismissed for 21 runs. After an adjournment for tea, Laugharne went in for their second innings. There was not a very long time left to the call of time, but a perfect "rot" set in, and the whole side were out for seven runs." the bowling analysis speaks for itself: L. P. Jones 5 wickets for 1 run, W. L. Davies 5 wickets for 3 runs, St. Clears did not wasjte any time, but went in for hrad hitting, and just before the call of I time, won a most exciting match by 9 wickets. Appended are the scores;— Laugharne (1st Innings). H. L. David, b L. P. Jones o F. A. Thomas, b L- P. Jones 1 J. F. Thomas, b L. P. Jones 13 M. S. David, b Dr Thomas 3 O. Keatinge, lbw., L. P. Jones 0 A. S. David, c Dr Phillips, b L. P. Jones. 2 N. Allen, b L. P. Jones 1 W. David, not out 4 E. Isaac, b L. P. Jones 0 T. John, b L. P. Jones 0 A. Matthew, b L. P. Jones 0 Extras 2 I Total 26 Laugharne (2nd Inninss). H. L. David, b W. L. Davies 0 F. A. Thomas, b W. L. Davies 2 {i d T,,omas> b L- P Jones 1 M. S. David, c L. P. Jones, b Davies 0 O. Aeatmge, b L. P. Jones 0 ^r' b L. P. Jones i -A^en, b W. L. Davies 2 W. David, 0 W. C. Thomas, b Davies; 0 Isaac, not out q A' DR, PHILLIPS> b L. P. Jones" 0 A. Matthew, b Ii. P. Jones 0 Extras i Total 7 St. Clears (1st Innings). G. Carver, b H. L. David o Dr Thomas, b J. F. Thomas o B. Blake, not out 8 W. L. Davies, b J. F. Thomas 0 L. P. Jones, b H. L. David in Dr Phillips, b H. L. David Q J. Brigstocke, c A. David, b J. F, Thomas 1 Captain Powell, b H. L. David mas 1 G. Hutchinson, b J. F, Thomas 1 H. Lyons, run out 0 W. C. Thomas, c A. David, b H. L. JDavid 0 Total 21 St. Clears (2nd Innings. Dr Thomas, not out 9 B. Blake not out 2 W. C. Thomas, c Allen, b H. L. David 3 j Total (for I mokpt) 14 I

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