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I CRICKET. I ANOTHER VICTORY FOR THE PHILADELPHIANS. CHAMPIONS RETURNING TO THEIR OLD FORM. I KEST V. GENTLKF PHILADELPHIA. [No fixture in 1902.] PHILl. DELPHIANS First innings. Second innlnrs. Morris, b Blythe 2 b Burnup 4 Ki" g, b Hearnc 47 c and b Blythe 7 Lester, c Huisii, b Fielder 70 c Huish, b Fielder 11 Bcbien, 0 Fa;rservice 34 b Bly"b the 15 Wood, lbw, b Fairscrvice 27 lbw, b Fielder 0 Graves, c Fairservice, b « Fielder 31 c Hearne. b Fielder 0 Sharpless, not out .39 b Fairservice 3 Clark, c Huish b Fielder Ob Fairservice 25 Brown, b Burnup. 34 o Blythe, b Hearne 9 Cregar, b Burnap 0 c Humphreys, b Fairservice 30 Jordan, c Huish, b Fielder a not out 2 Extras 19 Extras 4 Total .311 Total.115 KENT. nrtt innings. Second innings. F. D. Brown, b Clark 3 c Graves, b Cregar. 30 Hurrpnrevs. b Sharptess. 31c King, b Cregar.. 17 Seymour, b King tJ c Lester, b Cregar. 5 Burnup. c Cregar, b Clark 12 c Graves, b Lester.. 24 Hearne, b Kins? 23 b King 14 Dillon, c King, b Clark 28 c Graves, b Clark.. 25 Huish, b King 0 c Brown, t King. 16 Marsham, c Sharpless, b Clark 1 c Graves, b King 21 Fairservice, b King lb Clark 7 I Blythe, not out. o c Jordan, b Cregar.. 20 Fielder, b King 3not 0tit i Extras 14 Extras 9 Total 17o Total 189 I BOWLING ANALYSIS PHITiADELPHIANS.—First innings. O. M. R. W. Fiflder 27.4 9 51 4 Blythe 30 8 82 1 Fairservice 17 8 35 2 Humphreys 9 l 36 o Humph reys. 3 0 16 511 Hearne 30 16 31 1 Dillen. 3 0 10 0 Burnup. 19 6 47 2 Burnup bowled four wides, and Fielder and Blythe one each. Second innings. 0. M. R. W. Fielder. 13 5 21 3 Bumup 2 0 12 1 Blythe 13 5 31 2 "l\ee tl2 f i Fairservice 8 1 29 j KENT.—First innings. 0. M. R. W. King 25.16 53 5 Clark. 22 3 57 4 Lester. 2 1 4 0 Sh.rpless 12 2 22 1 Cregar. 7 i .21 0 Sharpless bowled a wide. Second innings. O. M. R. W. King .26.5 .5 73 4 Clark 16 2 42 2 Lestr 13 6 19 0 Sharpless 8 1 15 0 Crpfrar. 1L 0 31 3 Clark bowled a wide and King a no-ball. DERBYSHIRE V. LEICESTERSHIRE. [Result of corresponding match in 1902: Derbyshire, 4£9; Leicestershire. 430. Drawn.] DERBYSHIRE. First innings. Second innings. Wright, c King, b Gill 34 lbw, b Odell 12 b Odell 0 Storer. c Davis, b Gill 15 b Vvood S'd Warren, c Coe. b King 18 b R. Crawford 0 Olivierre, c Wocd, b King 13 b R. Crawford 17 Lawton, c Davis, b Coe lc Whitehead. b R. Crawford 19 Needham. c Davis, b Gill 22 b Wood 22 Forester, c Gill. b Whitehead 1a not out 4 Humphries, b Gill 9 c V. Crawford, b R. Crawford. Z Morton, c King, b Odell 22 c Davis, b Wood 13 Bestwick, not out. 19 c R. Crawford, b King 5 Extras 22 Extras 5 Total. 2M Total.181 Total LEICESTERSHIRE. Total 1 81 First innings. Second innings. C. J. B. Wood, c Humphries, b Warren 17 c Morton, b Storer. 65 Whitehead, b Bestwick 6 c Storer, b Warren. 7 Knight, run out .53 b Warren 7 King, b Warren 58 c Wright, b Warren 87 Brown, c and b Warren 4 c Wright, b Warren 10 R. Crawford, b Best wick. 3 lbw, b Bestwick 6 V. Crawford, c Lawton, b c Warren, fc, Best- Btw¡ck 3 wick. 16 Davis, not out 10 c Humphries, b Warren 0 Coe. c Humphries, b Warren 4 b Bestwick II Odeil, c Storrr. t) Warren 1 not out 1 Gill. absent (injured) 0b Warren 4 Extras .?.???. 11 Ex t: as 8 Total 173 Total BOWLING ANALYSIS. DERBYSHIRE.—First innings. O. M. R. W. Gill 27 5 9i 5 R. T. Crawford 5 1 27 0 W. W. Odell 8 0 31 1 King 15 4 38 2 Coe 7 0 27 1 Whitehead. 8 1 20 1 Gill bowled fourteen no-balls. Second innings. O. M. R. W. Odell 39 9 68 2 K. Crawford. 21 5 59 4 Coe 6 2 9 t Wood 7 0 27 3 King 4.1 0 15 1 Crawford bowled a no-ball. LEICESTERSHIRE.—First innings. O. M. R. W. Best wick. 22 5 56 i 7 2 19 0 Warren 20.5 3 69 5 T. Forester 6 2 10 0 Morton 3 0 8 0 Warren and Cadman each bowled a wide, and WarreD bowled a no-ball. Second innings. O. M. R. W. Berwick. 29.1 8 61 3 Cadman 10 3 16 0 Warren. 30 5 112 6 Forester 5 1 11 0 Morton 4 1 10 0 Storer. 3 0 13 1 Bestwick bowled one wide and one no-ball, and Cad- man a wide. NOTTS V. YORKSHIRE. [Result of corresponding match in 1902: Yorkshire, 184 and 346; Notts, 155 and 148. Yorkshire won by 227 ruIL9.] NOTrS. First innings. Second innings. Iremonger, c Tunnicliffe, b Rhodes lb Ringrose 22 G. Gunn, c Denton, b Rin- 1 b Ringrose. 22 gTo? 36 b Rhodes 27 W. Gunn. 1 b w. b Rhodes— 20 c J: b Hirst.. 1I J. Gunn, c Tunnicliffe, b Hi rs 6run out 9 .JOt n' t" g fu: w, Rhodes 1: Anthony. c Hirst, b Rhodes. 20 c and b Hirst .16 Dexter. <_■ Haigh. b Rhodes 22 b Haigh. 19 Hardstaff, c Hunter, b Rhodes. 0 b Haigh 6 Oates, not out., 7b13rown.0 Hallam, c Hirst, b Rhodes 6 c Browm, b ]?n- grose .?. 18 Taylor, st Hunter, b Rhodes 0 not out 4 ExtraF 8 Extras 8 Total 132 Total 169 YORKSHIRE. First innings. Second innings. Brown, b Hallam 34 Tunnicliffe. c Oates. b Hallam 23 Demon, c Hardstaff, b Taylor Wilkinson, c G. Gunn, b Hallam. 84 Hirst, st Oates, b J.'Gunn.. 99 Smith, c Oates. b Taylor 13 Rhodes, c G. Gunn. a Hallam 63 Haigh. c Jones, b Taylor 2. ainwright, c G. Gunn, b HaHam 41 Hunter, not out 5. Ringrose, lbw, b Gunn 12 Extras 6. Total 364 BOWLING ANALYSIS. NOTTS.—First innings. 0. M. B. W. Hirst 12 1 29 t 1 9 1 11 401 Rhodes 40 ? Haigh. 84210 Ringrose 12 4 32 1 Wainwright 2 1 2 0 Hint bowled two no-balls and Ringrose three. Second innings. 0. M. R. W. Hirst 23 7 56 2 Rhodes 25 9 32 2 Haigh .11.4 3 18 2 Ringrose 16 8 38 2 Brown 2 0 IT 1 Ringrose bowled four no-balls, and Rhodes one no-ball. YORKSHIRE.—First innings. 0. M. R. W. J. Guni 41 lo 97 2 Anthony 12 4 36 0 Hallam 59 22 101 5 Taylor 50 17 106 3 Iremonger 7 1 IS 0 Ta.) lor bowled a no-ball. LANCASHIRE V. SURREY. [" Result of corresponding match in 1902: Surrey, l33 and 295; Lancashire, 556 (for eight wickets, inninjrs closed). Lancashire won by an innings and 78 runs.] At Old Trafford on Saturday. Lancashire won by seven wickets. Complete scores;- SURRtlf. First innings. Second innings. Hayward, st Radcliffe, b c MacLaren, b Barnes 9 Brearley 7 Abel, c and b Barnes 7 c Brearley, b Barnes. 25 Hayes, c Garnett, b Barnes 12 c MacLaren, b Brearley. 1 Holland. c Sharp, b Brearley 9 b Bre-rlev 3 Lees, c Steel, b Brearley 6 b Brearley 4 L. Walker, b Barnes 11 c MacLaren, b Barnes 9 Lockwood, c Hornby, b Brearley 11bBarnes 13 Nald 'b'Briey: 2¡ rtÎe:b' Barnes 23 Clode, b Brcar'ev 8 c Garnett. b Barnes 0 âc'b' Bini: 11 b =y b. 19 Ricb.?dson, no, out 2 not out 2 RiChÈ; 10 Extras S 15 Total .112 Total 112 LANCASHIRE. First innings. Second innings. Garnett. b Lockwood 11 c atd b Clode 18 Spooner, b Richardson 27 c and b Lees 4 Tyldesley. b Richardson. 9 st Strudwick,, b ILees 15 MacLaren, c Haym b Lees 49 not ou? 1 :ba;nb :bn 4g .t. 1 ShaTp, b Lockwood 24 !st<?e). b Lees 2& .?. B-'S, not Ct 17 i ¡!1.; :;I: 2 Littlewood, run out 4. Radcliffe, c Holland, b Lees.. 0. Extras 12 Total.173 Total (3) 43 BOWLING ANALYSIS. SURREY.—First innings. 0. M. R. W. Littlewood 7 1 24 0 Barnes 17 5 41 5 Brearley 10.4 3 37 I Brearley bowled a wide. Second innings. O. M. R. W. Littlewood 4 2' 9 0 Barnes 26.4 12 39 5 Brearley 22 6 49 5 Brearley bowled a no-ball. LANCASHIRE.-First innings. O. M. R. W. Loekwood 15 5 37 2 Richardson 20 3 80 5 Nice 6 1 32 0 Lees 11.4 3 12 4 Nice bowled a no-ball. Second innings. O. M. R. W. Lees 7 1 27 2 Clode 6 1 25 1 OXFORD UNIVERSITY V. SUSSEX. [Result of corresponding match in 1902: Sussex. 339 and 272 (fo-r seven wickets, innings declared closed); Oxford, 231 and 381 (for fve wickets). Oxford won by five wickets.] aUMBX< First innings. SUISU, Second Innlnp. Fry, c sub., b Whately 31 b Bum 2 Vine. c Wyld. b Martin 11 c and b Burn 80 Killick. b Martin 4 t) Whately 94 BaIL. a WbaMlx. b Eraat- hansen 11 c Evans, b :Büm -20. Smith, c Bomlord, b Ernst- hausen 1 c and b Burn 0 Fisher, b Ernsthausen 2 c Romford, b Whately 14 Brann, c Evans, b Martin 14 b Ernsthausen 2 Newnham, st Bomford, b Car- c Ernsthausen, b lisle 15 Whatel'y 33 Leach, b Martin 0 c Whateley, b Evans 8 Cox. not out 17 lbw, b Evans 0 Butt, c Pawson, b Whately 17 not out 36 Bland, st Bomford, b Martin 0 st Bomford, b Burn 6 Extras 10 Extras 19 Total 133 Total 314 OXFORD UNIVERSITY. First innings. Second innings. Brownlee, c Newha.n, b Relf. 11 c Newham b Kil- lick. IS Raph. ael, b Bland 17 b Bland 65 Wyld. c Cox. b Bland 12 c Leach, b Relf. 0 Carlisle, b Bland. 7 b Relf 0 Peel, c Butt, b Bland 16 c Newham. b Cox.. 0 Pawson, run out 6 c Leach, b Cox. 5 Evans, lbw, b Keif 96 c Vine, b Bland 7 Whately. c Leaeh, b Relf Ob Reif 10 Martin, not out 23 c Butt, b Relf 0 Ernsthausen, b Relf 1 not out 4 Bomford, b Re1f 0 c Butt, b Bland 6 Burn, run out. 3 run out. 6 Extras 10 Extras 2 Total.207 Total 123 BOWLING ANALYSIS. SUSSEX.-Flrst innings. 0. M. B. W. ivans 2 0 8 0 Martin 23.1 10 31 5 Burn. 12 1 27 0 Whate]y 8 2 14 2 :I¡¡¡l!en' 23 Cartiste .??'J?? 2 1 8 1 ErMthausen bowled two no-balls. Second innings. O. M. R. W. Evasw 21 3 72 2 Martin 21 5 46 0 Burn 42.25925 Whatp!y. 24 5 57 3 Ernsthausen 12 5 24 1 Carlisle 3 0 14 0 Whately bowled a wide and Ernsthausen bowled two no-balls. OXFORD UNIVERSITY.—First innings. O. M. R. W. Keif 30 12 53 5 Bland. 39 7 83 4 Cox. 167.220 Leach 6 3 13 0 KUlick. 8 1 16 0 Vine 5 2 5 0 Relf bowled one wide and two no-balls, and Bland one no-ball. Second innings. O. M. R. W. Relf 15.4 5 31 4 Bland. 17 5 40 3 Cox 13 3 17 2 Killick 9 0 33 1 Relf and Bland each bowled a no-ball. CARDIFF V. LLANELLY. CARDIFF.—First innings. A. Gibson, c H. Howell, b Light 14 Tudor Lewis, b Light 6 Percy Bush, c H. Howell, b Light 4 G. E. Cording, c P. Rees. b Light 26 N. Riches, lbw, b H. Howell 22 Nash, b Light 0 Poole, b H. Howell 1 J. H. Bowen, c and b Light 5 J. G. Clark, not out 0 J. P. Cadogan, c Davies, b H. Howell 1 F. T. Duncan, c II. Howell, bLight. 3 Extras 2 Total 84 CARDIFF.—Second innings. A. G. Gibson, b F. Rees. 41 Tudor Lewis, run out 6 Percy Bush. b Gee  0 G. E. Cording. c Davies, b Gee 3 N. Riches, b Griffiths. 7 Nash, c Percy Rees, b Griffilhs 6 Poole, b Fred Rees 0 J. H. Bowen, not out 35 J. G. Clark, not out 4 J. P. Cadogan, c W. H. Davies, b Gnnlths3 F. T. Duncan, b Fred Bees 0 Extras 8 Total (for nine wickets) 118 LLANELLY. John Howell, b Nash 0 Fred Walker, c Nash, b Poaie 15 Hugh Howell, b Nash. 0 Davies, b Nash 3 F. L. Rees, c Riches, b Nash 0 H. M. Griffiths, b Nash 0 Percy Rees, b Poote. 0 W. H. Daviev c Bowen, b Nash 2 C. Warden, not out 1 Light. c Duncan, b Poole 1  Gee. Ibw, b Nash. 6 Extras 3 Total. 31 BOWLING ANALYSIS. CARDIFF.—First innings. O. M. R. W. Lignt. 14 4 31 7 F. Rees 9 0 20 0 Hugh Howell 6 0 16 3 E. Gee 5 0 15 0 Second innings. ol M. R. W. T Li. ght 6 1 29 0 H. Howell. 6 1 9 0 G,L,e 6 1 10 2 H. M. Griiffths 12 1 41 3 Fred Rees 11 2 24 3 LLANELLY. O. M. R. W. Nash 11777 Pooie 10 3 21 3 NEWPORT V. SWANSEA. NEWPORT. E. S. Phillips, c Bancroft, b Tolfree 4 Silverlock, c A. W. Samuel, b Creber 55 F. Rees, c and b Bancroft. 69 Diver, c Bancroft, b b Creber 19 M. Stratton, run out q P. C. FhuHp!<. b Bancroft..?.J ?? H. Rowlands, not out 32 Armstrong, not out 38 Extras 15 Total (for 6 wickets). 257 Innings declared closed. SWANSEA. E. W. Jones. run out 13 Bancroft, c Hudden, b Silverlock! 69 Stanley Rees, b Steeples. 14 Dr. Cameron, b Sil?erock 148 Creber, not out 3 D. Thissen, b L. F. Stedinan 16 A. W. Samuel, not Out 4 Extras 20 Total (for 5 wicket"). 156 BOWLING ANALYSIS. SWANSEA. 0. M. R. W. Steeples 1' ¥. g¡. 'i' Silverlock 18.3 2 56 2 L. F. Stedman. 4 1 12 1 NEWPORT. 0. M. R. W. Creber 31 6 S3 2 Totfree. 21 3 57 1 P. Morris. 7 1 20 0 Dr. Cameron 4 0 23 0 Cliff Bowen. 6 4 7 0 Bancroft 9 3 24 2 AC. W. Samuel. 2 0 10 0 WELSH 'VARSITY MATCH. CHRIST COLLEGE (BRECON) V. LLANDOVERY COLLEGE. UjANDOVERY. Mostvn Davies, c G. Llewellyn, b L. Dyke.. 5 W. Prothero, b Dyke. 3 E. R. Evans, b M. H. Phillips. 6 W. D. P. Jones. b Marriott. 19 H. Griffiths, b Dyke 0 H. Morris, b Dyke 17 D. C. Seymour, b Marriott 5 T. H. Roberts, c E. M. James, b Dyke. 0 D. J. Lidbury, c Llewellyn, b Dyke 0 W. H. Parry, not out 6 A. Davies, I b w, b James 3 Extras 2 Total 66 LLANDOVERY.—Second innings. D. M. Davies, b Phillips 36 W. Protheroe, not out 33 E. R. Evans, c Dobson, b Phillips 29 W. Jones, b Dyke 3 H. Gibbon. not out 0 Extras 1 Total (for 3 wickets). 107 Innings declared closed. CHRIST COLLEGE, BRECON. R. S. Dobson, b 4 E. M. James, run out 23 I. L. Rogers, b Symour 0 t tYkÁ. bre. 11 H. S. Ross, c and b A. Davies 3 F. A. Marriott, b A. Davies 12 H. G. Scboock, b Seymour 0 M. H. Phillips, b Mostyn Davies 2 E. W. A. Thomas, c Parry, b A. Davies 0 G. Llewellyn, b Mostyn Davies 4 J. T. Davies, not out 10 Extras 1 Total 70 CHRIST COLLEGE.-Second innings. R. S. Dobson, b Mostyn Davies 4 E. M. James, c Evans, b A. ,is 7 J. L. Rogers, c and b Mostyn Davies 1 R. Dyke, c Parry, b Evans 27 F. A. Marriott, b Roberts. 14 H. S. Ro", not out 7 H. G. Schenck, not out 1 Extras 0 Total (for 5 wickets) 61 Y.M.C.A. V. CARDIFF SECONDS. Played at Cardiff on Saturday. SOOre5;- Y.M.C.A. G. P. Thomas. c Craggs, b Colley 22 J. P. Pelley, run out 1 W. G. Bolmer, b C. Colley 9 F. B. Bulmer, c Stephenson, b Macormack.. 45 B. Cheetham, c Stephenson, b Macormack 1 C. Pearc. c C. H. Creasy, b R. Colley. 13 W. P. Duncan, not out 28 B. Butterworth, c Hames, b Shepherd 37 Extras 15 Total (for seven wickets). 171 Innings declared closed. CARDIFF SECONDS. H. Hames, b Fe&rce. 21 W. S. Perrin, c Pearce, b Cheetham 16 C. Colley, c Duncan. b Cheetham 12 R. Colley, c Butterworth, b Cheetham 0 S. Holtham, b 0 A. Cs. b Cheetbam 38 C. H. Creasy, not out 15 R. Stephenson, b Cheetham 0 A. Shepherd, c F. Bulmer, b Cheetham 4 A. Jones, not out 0 Extras 6 Total (for eight wickets) 110 NEWPORT SECONDS V ST. FAGAN'S. Played at Newport. Scores:- NEWPORT SECONDS. J. R. Rowlands, c Preece, b Smith 34 W. H. Richards I b w, b A. Waite ?.. 1 T. B. Williams b A. Waite 0 W. G. Jones b A. Waite 0 H. 1. Williams, c W. Spiller, b A. Waite 2 J. W. X'Kay. c Robinson, b Smith. 46 C. E. Hews, b Smith. 38 0. William., b W.It 3 Dr. Tonks. b Waite 1 A. C. Morris, b Waite. 2 F. W. Smith, not out 2 Extras 15 Total 143 ST. FAGAN'S. D. Smith, not out 62 A. Ames, b M'Kay 55 T. PTeece, c and b M'Kay 6 W. Spiller, not out 27 Extras 4 Total (two wickets) 154 GLAMORGAN LEAGUE. MID-RHONDDA V. PLYMOUTH (MEBTHYB). Played at Llwynypia. Scores:- William Davies, MID-RH%VDDA. 1 MID-RHq.'l.fDDA. I D. R. Rees, b Williams 4 R. Evans, b WiUiams 17 R. C. Walters, b Jones 0 J. Goodridge, c Post field, b Williams 4 W. Waltei?-, b W;Ilisma 11 D. R. James, c W. Jenkins, b Jones 4 G. Rowlands, c Peatifeld, b Williams 0 W.T.Grinlths.b Williams. 6 W. D. Davies, not out 1 J. Edwards, b Jones Iz Extras.??..?. 5 Total 65 PLYMOUTH. A. E. Peatfield, c W. T. Griffiths, b D. Bees T C. W. Lewis, b D. R. Rees 1 A. R. Jones, c and b 0 J. Jones. c W. Griffiths, b Goodridge 0 • D. Jones, b Bees 6 S. Grocutt, b D. R. Bees. 5 J. WnU8111.8, oot out 4 Andy, c D. Rees. b Goodridg 1 W. i. Jenkins, c Goodridge, b Bees. 3 Bland, c and b Goodridge 1 Jones, c and b Rees.J.J.JJ?." 1 Extras 1 Total 30 D. Rees took seven wickets for 15 runs and Goodridge three for 14. I CARDIFF "A" V. COW BRIDGE GRAMMAR [ SCHOOL. Played at the Cardiff Arms Park. Scores:— CARDIFF "A." H. M. Thomas, b C. V. Stockwood. 2 A. Fear. I b w, b Stockwood. 10 J. C. English, c and b Stockwood. 10 Symonds, b R. Moynan 17 T. Thomas, b Jonej 13 B. C. Barton, c Stockwood, b Moynan .26 Rees, run out 0 Earl. run out 0 D. J. Thomas, lbw, b Moynan 14 E. Thomas, run out 0 T. Nicholls. not out 5 Extras 18 Total 118 COWBRIDGE GRAMMAR SCHOOL. C. V. Stockwood. c Nicholl, b Thomas. 1 R. Moynan, not out H. Moynan. c Thomas, b Symonds. 5 Jones, b Barton 0 J. Dunn, b Fear 17 F. Dunn, b Fear 11 J. A. Grfffiths. b Fror 2 R. Phillips, run out 3 P. Davies, not out 0 Extras 10 Total (for seven wickets) 76 P. G. Thomas and T. James did not bat. USK V. MOXMOT7THSHIRE GRAMMAR SCHOOL. Played at Usk. Scores- MONMOUTH. The Rev. Jones, c Hill, b Edmunds. 0 Arthur Hiley. b Williams 0 R.Gibb.b Roberts. 60 Hughes, b Wallace 42 J. Bolton, c Davis, b Hill 9 A. Davies, h Rooorts 8 Livesey. b Roberta 0 A. Williams, b Roberts 13 A. Akers, not out 10 W. Muney, I b w, b Edmunds 4 J. Lewis, b Edmunds 4 Extras 12 Total 162 BARRY V. CARDIFF ALPHA. Played at Barry. Score:- ALPHA. J. Gibson, b Evans 22 J. Brown, c R. Williams, b T. Evans 16 C. Toombs, c J. H. Margam, b Jenkins 4 F. Price, c J. Reece, b Evans 2 B. J. Price, I b w, b Jenkins 0 B. Williams, c D. J. Morgan, b Evans 3 R. Jones, not out 24 W. Bull, not out Extras.????1??* Total (six wickets). 80 MASETEG V. TONDU. Played at Tondu. Se-ores:- J. R. Sutton, c Williams, b Oliver 6 H- L. Bloff, b Oliver 4 Father Kelly, run out 0 J. L. Morris, b Sanders. 0 W. Gates, c Hopkins, b Williams. 6 J. J. Martin, b Sanders. 5 W. Williams, c Dillis. b Williams. 8 W. S. Tudor, b Williams. 0 R. M. Lake, b Sanders 0 H. Lacrief, run out 7 A. Whittingham, not out 5 Extras 9 Total 50 AM telegraphed. PONTYPRIDD v. YYSBWL. Played at Ynysyngharad. Scores:- YNYSBWL. G. Gower, b Griffiths 1 D. T. Motgan. c Cavanagh, b Griffiths 19 N. Morgan, b Griffiths 5 H. Wiliams, b Stevenson 5 H. Williams, b Stevenson 23 H. Wilkins, b Stevenson 0 J. Lane, not out 4 T. C. Instrell, b Roberts 2 Extras 5 Total {for six) 58 ST. MARY'S V. BARRY ISLAND. ST. MARY'S. C. Riches, b Grogan. 22 W. Thorneg b Grogan 23 W. Cullimore, run out 17 W. Eloo irbe, b 6 T. Hurman. not out 38 H. Gibby, b Grogan. 3 A. Plater, b Grogan 4 F. Seaborne, b Grogan 0 F. Bewell, not out 7 B.-tr?? 4 Total «(or seven wickets) 124 Innings declared closed. WHITCHURCH v. RADYR. WHITCHURCH. M. Richards. c Ra.y. b Foreman 8 W. Partridge. b Foreman 0 E. Schiele, c Yorath, b Foreman 3 J.Gibbe.b Brown. 3 C. F. Bowden. b Brown 7 B. Lyddon, c Foreman, b Brown 4 J. Foxall. b Foreman 7 J. L. Wiliiams, not out 5 W. Ramsdale. run out 4 H. Lalmon, c and b Brown 0 H. Ma.,3ters, b Brown 0 Extras l Total. 42 RADYR. L. Foreman, b Foxall 9 A. Morgan, c Partridge, b Lyddon 0 H. Grover, c Foxall, b Richards 2 J. Ray, b Foxall 5 H. Yorath, b Foxall 0 F. Daviee. not out 7 A. H. Lowry, not out 18 Extras 2 Total (for five) 43 Y.M.C.A. V. CARDIFF INTERMEDIATE OLD BOYS. Y.M.C.A. G. B. Burden, run out 0 A. Dando, b Davies 16 King, b Thomas 2 Dowding, b Davies. 0 R,amodale. b na,vies. 12 Rees. b Stratton 4 Thompson. not out 23 Davies, c Thomas, b Davies. 5 Sheppard. b Smith 9 Coch, c Rowe. b Smith 0 Morgan. b Davies 0 Extras 14 Total 85 OLD BOYS. F. Davies. c Ramsdale, b Davies. 9 Smith, c Burden, b Thompson. 2 Davies, lbw, b King 0 Thomas, b King 2 Stockham. c King, b Thompson. 8 Jones, b Davies 3 Bennett. not out 1 Sheppard. not out i Extras 2 Total (6) 29 PONTHIR V. TREVETHIN. Played at Ponthir. Scores:—Trevethin J. Rees, b Hooper, 7; F. Jones, b Hooper, 0; W. Evans, c Rod- gers, b Birch. 2; J. M'Carthy, c Williams, b Birch, 4; J. H. Hughes, c Evans, bHan, 2; Hooper, I b w, b Hart, 7; W. Prttchard, not out, 21 A. Williams, c Evans. b Hart, 7; Evans, b Hart, 7; L. Rogers, b Hart, 0; W. Ford. b Bartlett, 9; G. Day, not out, 9; extras. 2; total (for five wickets) 36. Trevethin: J. M'Carthy. b Ford, 6; E. Moseley, b Hooper, 7; W. Howells, b Hooper, 0; A. Hart, b Hooper, 1; A. Bart- lett. not out, 7; A. Stockton, I b w, b Hooper, 1; H. L. Jonee, I b w. b Ford, 4; E. Binn, b Ford, 0; extras, 5; total, 42. WHITCHURCH V. RADYR. Whitchurch': M. Rifhards, c liay, b Foreman, 8; W. Partridge, b Foreman, 0; E. Schiele, c Yorath, b Foreman. 3; o. Gibbs, b Brown, 3; C. F. Bowden, b Brown, 7;, B. Lyddon, c Foreman, b Brown, 4; J. Foxall, b Foreman, 7; J. L. Williams, not out, 5; W. Ramsdale. run out, 4; H. Salmon, c and b Brown, 0; H. Masters, b Brown, 0; extras, 1-total, 42. Radyr: L. Foreman, b Foxall. 9: A. Morgan, c Partridge, b Lyddon. 0; H. Grover, c Foxall, b Richards. 2; J. Ray, b Foxall, 5; H. yorath., b Foxall, 0; F. Davies, b Foxall, 10; A. H. Lowrie. b Bowden, 45; D. S-amuel, b Bowden, 0: T. Foreman, b Lyddon, 4; J. Samuel, st Masters, b Bowden, 4; G. Brown, not out, 0; extras, 9-total, 88. UNITED KINGDOM COMMERCIAL TRAVELLERS V. LLANDAFF. This match was played at the Bishop's Field, Llan- daff. The United Kingdom Commercial Travellers won the toss, and elected to go in first. They commenced badly, and were soon disposed of for 24. Llandaff had knocked up a total of 20 for the los3 of five wickets when time was called. Scores:- United Kingdom Commercial Travellers: Lewis, run out, 0; Crooke, b Williams, 0; James, b Fallot, 7; Thomas. b Williams, 5; Farrand. b Williams, 5; Wal- lace, run out. 0; Swayne, b Pallot, 3; Allan, c Pallot, b Williams, 0; Heaton. not out, 1; Atkinson, b Pallot, 0; Daniels, b Williams, 1; extras, 2-total, 24. Llandnff: G. Hughes, c Heaton, b Farrand, 4; B. Howe, b Farrand, 0; A. Williams, b Farrand. 10; W. Pallot, not out, 33; B. Baker, b 9; H. Slade, b Farrand, 15; R. BLekley. not out, 12; extras, 7-totat (five wickets), 90. J. Buckley, J. Trail, D. Tuckett, and Cuss did not bat. LLAXBB-?DACH AXD Dl-iH'CT V. CAERPHILLY. 1I Played at Llanbradach. Scores:- G. Phillips, run out, 8; W. Thomas, b D. Williams, 12; W. Coles, b A. Roberts. 3; T. Joue3. c Nash, b Williams. 1; D. Powell, run out, 2; J. Evans, b A. Roberts. 1; W. Young, lbw, b Williams, 6; John Dowl- ing. run out, 1; James Jarman, c Nash, b Williams, 0; i. Jones, b Roberts, 5; >i. Lane, not out, 1; extras, 15-total, 55. Caerphilly: D. Williams, c and b G. Phillips, 6; Nash, b G. Phillips. 1: A. Evans, b G. Phillips. 1; A. Roberts, c Dowling, b Coles, 10; J. Fisher, b Coles, 11: Garland, c Dowling, b G. Phillips, 0; H. Elliott, b Coles, 0; W. Matthews, c Dowling, b Coles, 0-totml (for eight wickets), 35. ABERCYNON V. TREHARRIS. Played at Treharris. Scores:- Treharris: P. Phillips, b H. Davies, 2; Wat Parish, b H. Davies, 4; E. Davies, b Davies, 8; E. Edwards, c Lewis, b Davies. 1; T. Williams, b Woodman, 1; A. Williams, b Woodman, 1; R-Williams, b Woodman, 1; J. Male, c Woodman, b Davies, 0; W. J. Davies, b Woodman, 4; W. Parish, c Thomas, b Davies, 1; T. Miller, not out. 1; extr3s, 9—total, 33. M\:c;nu. k s9;. b A. Williams, 0; H. Davies. b A. Williams, 0: D. J. Price, b A. Wil- liams. 7; D. C. Evans, b E. Davies, 1; D. F. Edwards, b E. Davies, 0; E. H. Woodman, Ihw. b E. Davies. 0; L. Jenkins, run out, 0; T. A. Williams, c R. Wil- lianas, b A. Williams, 2; D. Lewis, b E. Davies, 0; H. Battram, b E. Davies, 0; Taylor, net out, 0; extras, I-total, 11. USK V. MONMOUTHSHIRE GRAMMAR SCHOOL. Played at Usk on Saturday. Scores:- Monmouth: Rev. Jones, c Hill, b Edmunds. 0; Arthur Hiley, b William-, 0; R. Gibb, b Roberts, 60; Hughes, b Wallace, 42; J. Bolton, c Davis, b Hill, 9; A. Davies, b Roberts, 8; Livesey, b Roberts, 0; A. Wit- liams, b Roberts, 13; A. Akers, not out, 10; W. Muney, I b w, b Edmunds, 4; J. Lewis, o Edmunds, 4; extras, 12-total. 162. Usk: S. A. Hiley, c GibiL ) J. Bolton, 17; W. A. Williams, b J. Bolton. 53; F. Hill, c A. Akers, b A. C. Hiley, 22; A. G. Wallace, c R. Gibb, b Hughes, 21: F. Edmunds, c E. b Hughes, 0; Captain Cooke, c E. Livesey. b Hughes, 2; G. Edmunds, I b w, b Hughes, 13; H. C. Davies, b J. C. Lewis. 21; W. F. Roberts, not out, 2; T. Rees. jun., not out, 4; extras, 10—total (for eight wickets), 170. J. Bowen did not bat. CRICKHOWELL V. ABERTILLERY. Played at Crickhowell. Scores:— Crickhowell: B. FlYDn, b England. 0; A. E. Brough, b England, 9; A. J. Thomas, b England, 0; W. G. James, b Withers. 19; A. E. Davies, c C. Jones, b Withers, 0; A. Jones, b Withers, 4; D. G. Harris, b England, 0; E. R. Davies, c Winmill, b Withers, 4; A. Provan, b England, 0; Rev. W. Bryan, not out, 1; G. Morgan, bE kI-and, 0; extras, 0-total, 37. AbertiUery: W. ithers, b W. G. James, 3; L. James, b W. G. James. 1; 0. Winmill. b A. E. Davies, 8; W. Robbins, b A. E. Davies, 16; T. Price, b A. B. Davies, 2; W. England, b W. G. James, 1; E. Hodges, b A. E. Davies, 5; J. Stafford, b A. E. Davies, 0; A. Harvey, b A. Jones, 0; C. Jones, not out, 0; J. Powell, lbw, b A. E. Davies, 0; extras, 2-total, 38. NEWPORT THIRDS V. PANTEG. Played at Newport. Ilanteg batted first. Scores:- PAXTEG. W. Jones, lbw, b Burrows 6 G. W. Hughes, c Halling-dale, b Frost 56 D. Brown, b Francis 14 C. Francis, c Duckham, b Frost. 43 E. Walker, not out 32 Jarrett, c Bartlett, b Burrows. 7 Will4ams, 5t Massev, b Frost 8 Mosp5,b'H3Uin!;dat'?.??"????? 12 Extras 17 Total (for seven wickets) 185 Innings declared closed. NEWPORT THIRDS. W. W. Ma.<Cy. b C. Williams. 1 H. Francis, c and b Williams 13 R. W. Bartlett, b Williams 0 P. H. Francis, c Williams, b Jarrett. 40 A. Hollingdale. c Williams, b Jarrett 5 B. Duckham, b Jarrett. 1 E. Frost, b Williams 1 P. Parsons, not out 2 Extras 1 Total (for seven wickets) 69 BARRY DOCK VILLA V. INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL. Played on the School Ground, and resulted in a win for the Viila by 14 runs. Archer, Dure. and Hughes bowled well for their respective sides. Scores:- VILLA. F. Dure, b Hughes 0 T. Griffiths, c Lewis, b Davies 0 Archer, b Hughes 0 D. Abbott, b Hughes. 0 W. Hobbs. run out 1 A Chr:stian. h Hughes: ó. 5 A White, c Jennings, b Davies 6 II. Delauey, c Keen,, b HugliaJ 8 W. Litchfield, b Hughes. 0 D. Williams, b Hughes 3 D. Rees, not out 1 Extras b Total. 32 INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL. Jennings, b Dure 1 Atkinson'.b Archer 2 G. b Arcb6r 0 L. Rees, b Archer. Keen, b Dure i D. J. Lewis, c Abbott, b 2 D. H. Davies, b Archer 0 B. Chidzey, b Archer 0 DriscoU. b Dure 0 Ho?ell?, not out 1 Adams, b Archer 2 Ezras' 3 Total 18 SWANSEA SECONDS V. BRITON FERRY. At Briton Ferry. Scores:— Briton Ferry: T. Thomas, c Holloway, b Pritchard, 12; W. Rees, run out, 9i E. Jones, b humphreys, 25; J. Jones, c Joe Geoghan, b Maclaran, 1; E .Davies, b Hill, 17; H. Morris, c Lloyd, b Humphreys, 0; li. Downs, c Lloyd, b Humphreys, 2; A. Hughes, b Hill, 0; Davies, c Maclaran, b Hill, 1; T. Nicholls, not out, 17; extras. 12-total, 65. Swansea Seconds: F. Humphreys, c Davies, b J. R. Davies, 8; C. Johnson, c J. Jones, b <1. R. Davies, 8; G. F. Lloyd, c H. Hughes, b Evan Davies, 2; G. L. Thomas, b Davies, 4; J. P. A. Geoghan, c E. Davies, b Davies, 10; W. Holloway, c J. Jones, b J. R. Davies, 4; J. J. HJi, c E. Jones, b J. R. Davies, 7; J. A. Davies, b J. R. Davies, 7; G. Hazel, lbw. b Evan Davies, 4; J. Maclaren, b J. R. Davies, 0; Pritchara, not out, 0; extras, 3-total, 57. LAMPETER COLLEGE SCHOOL V. YSTRAD- MEURlo. Played at Lampeter on Saturday. Scores:— Ystradmeurig: R. 0. Jones. b Gravelle, 0: J. E. Puhg, b Gravelle, 2; D. R. Davies, b Gravelle, 4; S. A. Jones, b Gravelle, 13; D. A. Thomas, b Gravelle, 0; G. D. Jones, b Wright Davies, 1; T. E. Davies b Gravelle, 2; H. S. Williams, b Wright Davies, 0; D. M. Rees, not out, 8; Hopkins, b Gravelle, 2; J. E. Jones, b Davies,-6; extras, 4—total, 42. Lampeter: W. J. Gravelle, b D. A. Thomas, 9; G. Gravelle, run out, 0; C. Lewis, b Thomas, 14; G. Davies, I b w, 1; Ivor Jones, c Thomas, b R. O. Jones, 0; B. Lewis, c G. D. Jones, b Thomas. 1; Wright Davies. b Jones. 4; Ramsey Lewis, c Hopkins, b Thomas, 1; Tom Jones, b R. Jones, 0; Gwyn Davies, b Jones, 7; W. Davies, not out, 0; extras, 3-totaJ, 34. BRYNMENYN V. PORTHCAWL. Played at Brynmenyn, resulting in a win for the homesters t.y 74 runs. Badcock and bnape played good cricket. Scores;- Brynmenyn: J. Finney, b Stockwood, 13; F. James, b Blades, 3; J. R. Snape, b Blades, 21; H. W. Badcock, b Redfern, 37; W. D. Thomas, b Blades, 0; E. P. Daviee, c Redfern, b Stockwood, 10; T. Haynes, not out, 6; extras, 11-total (six wickets), 101. W. J. Takel, J. B. Davies, G. Takel, and D. Collier did not bat. Porthcawl: A. Blades, lbw, b Haynes, 0; T. David, lbw, b Thomas, 0; W. Redfern, b Thomas, 4; D. H. Griffiths, c J. 13. Davies, b Haynes, 0; E. Bramley, st Takel, b Hay" nes, 12; A. Stockwood, b Thomas, 0; J. H. Thomas, hw. b Havncs, 3 M. Haynes,. lbw, b Haynes, 0; A. F. Winkficld, c Snape, b Thomas, 2; A. Crow, not out, 2; W. F. Perkins, b Thomas, 0; extras, 4-total, 27. MARGAM V. OGMORE. I Played at Margam on Saturday. Margam won by 12 runs. Scores:- Margam: T. P. Jones, 6: Llew. David. 4; Tom David, 6; Brocklebank, 0; Rev. — Edwards, 1; Aitken, 14; Cronin, 5; Baker, 1; Green. 9; TeMMt, not out, 1; James, 0; extras, 4-total, 51. Ogmore: Rev. A. Jones, 4; Gregory, 5; Vaulter, 5; Howeils, 1; Osborne, 9; Jenkins, 0; J. 0. Jones, 1; Treharne, 2; B. Davies, 4; Llewellyn, 0; Culllford, not out, 2; extras, 6-total, 39. I PEVARTH V. COWBRIDGE. I Played at Cowbridge oil Saturday. The match had an unusual ending, each side scoring 62, and thus a tie was the result. I MINOR MATCHES. Maesteg, 50; Tondu, .)4. Barry St. Mary's, 124 (for four wickets); Y.M.C.A., 16. Neath Seconds, 92 (for eight Wickets); Rheola, 17. Tylorstown, 250; Mardy, 69 (for nine wickets). Barry Seconds, 36; Riversido Seconds, 33. Pupil Teachers, 77; Pentre Seconds, 71. Canton Conservatives, 66; Splott, 66. Barry St. Mary's Seconds, 32; Braunton Villa, 27. Baglan, 20; Kenilworth, 39. Briton Ferry Steelworks Officials, 67; Workmen, 47. Abercarn, 31; Bargoed, 21. Garnvach, 49; Rhymney, 23. Mid-Rhondda Seconds, 23 and 44; Plymouth Seconds, 68. Western, 26; Excelsiore, 10. Broadway Wesleyans, 65; Roath Park Presbyterians, 39. Marlborough, 62; Ynvsgarth, 20 (for five wickets). Dowlais Corinthians, 66 (for three wickets); Nanty- glo, 28. Llanishen Century, 102; Cryfarthfa-street Mission, 29. St. Fagan's, 110 (for six wickets); Clifton Chapel, 43. Builth Intermediate, 36, and 25 (for one wicket); Llandrindod intermediate, 23 and 36. Ynysvbwl, 69; Pontypridd, 112 (for five wickets). St. Paul's, 132 (for-ft^re wickets); A.K.C.C., 26. Barry Dock Villa, 32; Intermediate School, 18. Panteg, 185 for seven wickets (innings declared); New- port Thirds, 69. Briton Ferry, 85; Swansea Seconds, 57. Ystradmeurig, 42; Lampeter College School, 34. Brynmenyn, 101 for one wicket; Porthcawl, 27. Margam, 51; Ogmore, 33. COUNTY CHAMPIONSHIP. Th" following table shows the number of points scored by the first-class counties ir. tho Championship Tourna- ment:- P. W. L. D. Pts. Per out. Su6sex 10 4 06 4 100.00 Mi-Cdlesex 6 3 0 3 3 100.00 Essex 9 3 1 5 2 50.00 Notts 9 2 1 0 1 33.33 Warwickshire 9 2 1 6 1 33.33 Lancashire 11 4 2 5 2 33.33 Yorkshire .11 5 3 3 2 25.00 Hampshire 5 1 1 3 0 00.00 Somersetshire 6 2 2 2 8 gg:gg Worcestershire  9 2 3 4 —1 —20.00 Surrey .12 3 5 4 —2 —25.00 Derbyshire 8 2 4 2 -2 —33.53 Kent 7 1 33 -2 —50.00 Leicestershire 8 0 4 4 -4 -100.00 Gloucestershira 8 0 4 4 -4 —100.00 Losses are deducted from wins, drawn games being ignored. The championship is decided by the propor- tion of points to finished games. FIRST CLASS AVERAGES. BATTING. Times Most in Aver- Inns. not out. Runs. Inns. age. C. B. Fry 17 2 1033 234 68.86 Gunn, J. 17 1 919 294 57.43 K. S. Ranjitsinhji 16 3 740 162- 56.92 P. Perrin. 13 2 616 170 56 G. L. Jessop 13 0 679 286 52.23 Quaife 13 3 505 130 50.5 I M. Dowson U f ¥8 m ¡:3 Knight 18 3 730 144 48.66 H. K. Foster 21 2 872 120 45.89 Hirst. 13 1 544 123 45.35 Tyldeslev 17 0 737 248 43.35 Lord Hawke 15 4 475 79 43.18 L. O. S. Poidevin 13 1 518 172* 43.17 Arnold. 20 3 695 128 40.88 L. G. Wright 18. 1 689 133 40.52 A. Eccles 12 4 322 126 40.25 J. A. Lester 11 1 385 96 38.5 C. M'Gahey 13 2 417 110* 37.90 Killick 20 2 646 116 35.83 H. G. Garnett 12 1 395 122 35.72 Hayward 28 0 998 130 35.64 W. L. Murdoch 11 1 352 155 35.2 Gunn. NY 14 0 463 139 33.07 Denton 23 0 732 101 31.82 Brown, J. T. 19 0 598 125 31.42 Hayes. 27 3 752 102 31.33 Kinneir 14 1 393 90 30.23 Sewell 13 2 481 90 30.06 Dr. W. G. Grace., 14 0 420 150 30 -Times not out. BOWLING. Overs. Mdns. Runs. Wkts. Avge. Hirst 193.3 47 441 38 11.60 Hargreave 394 133 746 64 11.65 Hearne, J. T. 336.3 110 383 69 12.14 Mead 403 147 777 63 12.33 J. B. King 222.1 61 544 44 12.36 Young 204.3 64 435 32 13.59 Blvthe 295.5 101 6õ3 44 14.5 Trott 266.4 62 7S0 54 14.62 H. Hesketh-Prichard 146.5 33 441 30 14.7 Cranfield. 227.1 57 676 44 K.36 Santail 245.5 7l 569 30 15.63 Bland 341 83 839 46 16.06 W. H. B. Evans 212.5 50 596 37 16.10 R. C. Burn 246.4 39 601 37 15.24 Lees 3S0.2 104 864 53 is.30 Barnes 430 143 1021 62 16 i A. C. JTDonnell 167.2 26 498 30 16.6 E. G. Martin 258.1 109 548 33 16.60 Buckenham 184.3 36 510 31 16.64 HulmO 218.2 49 618 37 19 70 Relf 437.3 154 982 53 16.93 Lockwood 253.1 60 662 39 16.97 THIS WEEK'S FIXTURES. June 29.-Loro's: M.C.C. v. Oxford University. Shef- field: Yorkshire v. Surrey. Eastbourne: Sussex v. Essex. Birmingham: Warwickshire v. Lancashire! Taunton: Somerset v. Philadelphians. Leicester: Leicestershire v. Notts. Southampton: Hampshire v. Worcestershire. July 2.Lcrd's Oxford v. Cambridge. Brighton: Sussex v. Surrey. Dewsbury: Yorkshire v. Leicester- shire. Bath: Somerset v. Gloucestershire. Notting- ham: Notts v. Lancashire. THE ENGLAND TEAM FOR AUSTRALIA. Nothing further has been done in connection with the English visit to Australia this autumn. The Mary- lebone Club are still awaiting a reply to their cable- gram to Major Wardill, and no more can be settled until the answer is received. Only four invitations to join the present combination have been issued, and these were all to amateurs. GENTLEMEN V. PLAYERS. For this match, which commences at Lord's to-day (Monday), Hunter and Denton have accepted the invita- tion to play, but Hint is still doubtful. DINAS POWIS V. CARDIFF ELECTRICS. This match should have come off at Dinas Powia this afternoon but was postponed. BARRY DOCK V. CANTON. This match was to have been played at Barry Dock this afternoon, but was postponed in sonsequence of thft death of a relative of the secretary of the Canton club. GENERAL MATCHES. Swansea Seconds v. Briton Ferry.—Briton Ferry, 24 for three ?ickets. fOmt: Clydach.-Oyste??h, 71 for four wickets. Neath Seconds v. Rheolau.—Neath Seconds, 33 for three wickets. Gowerton v. Garnant.—Gowerton, all out, 34. Mid-Rhondda II., 23; Plymouth Seconds, 68. Barry St. Mary's, 124; Barry Y.M.C., 16. Barry St. Mary's Seconds, 32; Braunton Villa, 27. BOWLS. Mackintosh (Cardiff) v. Victoria (Weeston).-plav.ed at the Mackintosh Institute this afternoon, 21 ends up. The Mackintosh won by 79 points to 45. geom:- Mackintosh: No. 1 Rink, 26; No. 2, 23; No. 3, 30. Victoria: No. 1 BInk, 12; Ne. 2, 20; No. 3, 13.

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