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Cricket. PONTHIR V. USK. This match was played at Usk on Saturday, itt dull weather, on a good wicket, before a fair number of spectators, and resulted in an easy win for the homesters. Ponthir won the toss, and bad first "knock," but were unable to do any good with the fast bowling of W. F. Roberts (who took five wickets for 12 runs), and the slow, tricky trundling of W. II, Creese (who took three for 13). The other two batsmen were very smartly thrown out by F. J. Edmunds from the long field. The innings closed for the poor score of 29 rnns. For Uk S. A. Hiley and F. Hill batted well, putting on 54 runs for the second wicket. G. Edmunds was magnificently caught at point, low down, from a very hard cut, by E. Armstrong, off C. Morgan. H. C. Davies and W. F. Roberts were also successfu l run-getters, and the innings closed for 127. Score:- rONTHIR. G.Ford. bF.Ruberts. 1 C. Morgan, b F. Roberts 0 W. Pritchard, b W. H. Creese. 3 E. Armstrong, b F. Roberts. 0 W. Hill, run out 5 J. I-lug-hes. run out. 1 E. S. Williams, b W. H. Creese. 4 L. Rr¡gers, b F. Roberts. 0 W. Morgan, b F. Roberts. 0 W. Priichard, b W. H. Creese. 8 H. Birch, not out. I Extras. 6 Tolal 29 USK. S A. Hiley, b E. Armstrong 26 H. Humphreys, junr., c E. Armstrong, b E. S. Williams. 7 F. Hill, l.b.w., b G. Ford. 35 F Edmunds, b C. Morgan. 8 W. H. Creese, b J. E. Armstrong. 0 F. Roberts, b E. S. Williams. 10 G. Edmunds, c J. E. Armstrong, b C. lI,t organ. 2 T. Rees, b C. Morg¡m, 6 H. C. Davies, c and b W. Pritchard.. 21 L. East, b C, Morgan. 0 E. Waters, not out 0 Extras. 9 Total.127 LLANGIBBY V. CRINDAU. The Llangibby Castle team played their first match of the season on Saturday, June 1st. In the absence of Dr. Rutherfoord Harris, the team was captained by Mr W. Davis, hon. sec., and a very enjoyable game was witnessed. Llangibbv batted first and ran up the respectable total of 89 for LÍne. wickets, when they declared, leaving the visitors one hour and ten minutes to play. For the visitors, H. Finch was the only batsman to make any show against the bowling of Mayes and T. Williams. Scores:— LLANGIBBY. F. Price, b Lloyd. 17 T. Williams, c Massey, b Chappell.. 21 W. B. Jones, b 3 Mayes (pro), b W.Lewis, c Ruddall, b Couners. H A. West, b 3 J. Price, l.b.w., b Ci liners. 1 W. Davis (cupt.), b Finch 1 H. Long, b Finch 0 T. Lewis, not ont. ] L. Beviti, iiot oiit 3 Extras 5 Total (for nine wickets) *89 Innings declared closed. CRINDAU. S. Lloyd, b Williams. I J. Conners, c Davis, b NV, illiams. 4- H. Finch, run out. 20 F. Willis, c G. Price, b Mayes. 0 R. H. Bartlett. c G. Price, b Williams 0 W. James, b Mayes. 4 R. Weights. b Mayes. 0 Thomas, b Mayea. 0 Ruddall. not out. 0 Chappell b Mayes. I W.Massey.b Williams. 4 Extras. 2 Tc)f,al 3R I Mayes took five wickets for 17 runs, and T. Williams four wickets for 17 runs.

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