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former has only turned out oil four occasions this season, but he played fine, careful cricket, and g-ave a capital exhibition of free batting. Ho. however, was aliased on no fewer than six occasions. Orosa, after batting patiently for a dozen, was caught, while A. E. Kennerley, the new-oomer, suffered a similar fate. How aid helped Hutchiugs to put on nearly 50 runs be- faro being well taken in the slips. Hutohings carried out his bat for 106. the highest. scone of the season, Cross, with 102 (not out) being the previous beet- Included in Hutohings 3 scoro were two beautiful on-drives clean out of tho field for six, twelve fours, and 16 twos. A declaxeaion was niatto with seven wicketa down for 166, leaving the visitors insufficient time to malw the necessary runs- llio risitoiis commenced with Sergt. Night, who, by tho way, is the proud possessor of a V.C. for gallantry in South Afrioa, and Baxter, tho bowling being entrusted to Jeacock and the Rev. OorfkJxL A disastrous start was effected, Baxter being clean bowled by Corfield at four, and Mill-Ward, tho now-oomer, receiving his quietus at the hands of Jeacock immediately afterwards. Carson and Pkapomt, however, shewtsi & sterling defence, and quickly aug- roenfcod the score, and caused & change in tho atback. ll%e former compiled 36 in freo style, making five boundary strokes Pierpoint followed with a meritorious and patiently-played 14 (not out). Time was eventually called with the Warrington team's score at 85 for six wickets. Jeaoock took two wiokets for 32 runs, Ktul Cbrfield throe wiokets for 40 runs. Frodsham have played 14 matches, of which they have won four, drawn six, and lost four. The unusual number of drawn games is to bo accounted for by the frequency of late starts, and in some eases early conclusions. The team have made 1.285 runs against their opponents 1,096. The return inatoh between Hawarden and Iluntroyde (Wrexham) took place at Hawarden Park on Saturday, when, in spite of the tropical weather, a most interesting game ensued. The homo team batted first, H. B. Toiler and Lane opening the ijidings. 'roller was in capital form, although he undoubtedly gave one or two chances early on in the game. He, however, scored 49 with splendid cricket, and carried out his bat, His innings comprise d 11 boundaries. Lane, after scoring a singlo, was bowled by Moss. W. Astbury and J. Jonea did excellent work for their side, scoring 15 and 14 respectively. They we?e ultimately both caugbt off Moore s tnbde dclivcrios. The same trund!er secured tho dismiwal of Geo. Weigh for Ibw. The tail end were utterly powerless against Johnson s bowling, Dr. Roberta, N. Sutcliffo and E. Rat- cliffe all being dismissed without scoring. TOO innings closed for 94 ruris, Hun troy de made rather a disa:strous start, losing three wickets for only 15 runs. Lane bowled in excellent style, taking no less than five wickets at a cost of 23 runs. He dismissed Cain, of the Denhigb. 6him county team, who scored nine runs, The niatch ended in a draw, in favour of Hawarden, the visitors' score being 68 for seven wickets. J. Hilditch was top scorer for his side, obtain- ing 16 runs. The fielding of the Hawarden men was decidedly good, the only extra being a wide. Buckley closed their season at home on Sat- urdav, when ?y r.cci? a vi?t from Helsby, ?.hoa few w? ago d?«d them m the final round of the Chester and Distno,, Cup. On that occasion the wicket was a vory eoddm one, and did not at all suit the fast bowling of the Buck- ley men. On S?tur?y. however, it. was proved that with a hard and fast wicket a d?er- ent complexion might have been put on the game. Helsby batted first, and started with F. Cartwright, and W. March, to the bowling of the brothers Pete is. Runs came freely until Davison, who replaced J. Peters, caught bowled F. Cartwright with the score &.t 27. With the exception of Cowap, who hit 23 (including five fours), and Marsh, who &cored 18, none of the other batsmen made any stand, and the inn- ings closed for 69, Mr. Extras contributing ten. Arthur Peters bowled magnificently, taking six wiokets for 15 runs, three of the wickets being secured in one over. Ilia, remaining w-ckcta 'f Davi-n an d woro divided by Joe Peters, T. J. Daviwn and J. Lindop. Buckley started badly, losing J. Lindop, L. Lindop and T. J. Davison with only eleven urns on the board. With W Lindop and Piercy to- gether, however, the score was taken to 34 eie Piercy was bowled for 13. The pai-tierfhip of W. Lindop and the Rev. Edwards seUled the m?tch. as they took th? score to 82 before Ed- w-uds \vas catlght for a carefuHy c?m?d  W Li«! dop SimK-<l to play bright, atrctive c.-icke? Jnd was not out at the drawmg of ? .mPsf?r a well-played 50, the total sco? read- ing 99 for saven w.ck?. Of these w_ck? (Wright soured three, Cowap two, Wi!de tud E. W. Cropland ono each. Buckley 2nd visit-ed Roaeett on Saturday with a very weak team, and were fortunate in effecting a draw. Rossett batted first, and com- piled 85, W. T. Sprent, jun., coming out top scorer with 22 runs, being followed by S. Sweeney 18, J. Matthews 13 and W. S. Sprent sen 12 runs. T. Roberts was the most successful bowler for Buckley, securing three wickets for 13 runs. He was followed by H. Davison with two wicket8 for 9 rtiti6 and J. Hayes and F. Iball each one wicket for 6 runs. Buckley had made 21 for four wickets when stumps were drawn. Neston entertained Birkenhead Park on Satur- day at Parkgatc in ideal weather. Winning the toes the home team took first ninuigs, and quickly lost four wickets for 47. F. Cramer- Roberts and Gilling made a fine stand for the fifth wicket, adding 72 runs Gilling's share elnrr 34. The next wicket added 36, Cramer- fcorxJrrs doing most of the scoring. Six wickets down for 155 looked very promising, but when Cramer-Roberta left at the same total the last few wickets only added five runs, the innings totalling 162. Cramor Roberta's display was very fine, although marred by a couple of IChances in the slips. Otherwise his driving and cutting were very clean. With just two hours lio make the runs, an interesting finish was anticipated, but the match was practically over from the start, as the batsmen found the bowl- ing just suitable for quick scoring. Smith and Jones helped themselves to 64 for the first ■ricket, and Marshall and Jones added a further 52. Brown did not stay long, but Chadwick and Marshall scored 35 more for the fourth wicket. Then Morrice and Rogers did the nece«5 iry and in addition to the runs wanted Bcored another 24, the Park t.hus winning com- fortably by 24 rune and five wickets, with plenty nf time to spare. Arthur Gilling was the most successful bowler for the home side, his two vicketfi costing just 50 rune. Sandycroft C.C. had a field day last Saturday in Mostyn Park. The weather was ideal for cricket, and the club took advantage of the occasion to entertain about 45 ladies and gentle- men in the picturesque park and Its surround- ings. Sandycroft wen the tcss, but as they had put. the homo team to considerable incon- venience through being late, they courteously allowed Mostyn to bat first. Watson (pro.) and J. Ingtis opened the innings to the bowling of Bairstow and Let man, and in playing a shoot- ing ball from Lctmari Inglis gave the howler mi easy oatch. Rowen filled the vacancy and commenced hitting out, but when his score stood at 11 he was caught by the wicket-keeper. W. Buloock followed, and he and Watson J>u.uished the bowling severely. Bulcock was vmartly eajight in the slips by W. Jones after contributing 36 in capital style. His score in- cluded seven fcure. R. W. Roberts with Wat- eon took the score up to 150, when the home aide declared. Watson carried out his bat for a splendid innings of 73, which included nine boundaries. Hilditch and Criffiths opened the Sandycroft innings to. tho bowling of Watson and Roberts. With fiva runs registered Hilditch was bcat<?b. with a splendid ball from Watson. Bairstow came in, and he, too, was beaten by Watson with his sooro at four. Rirchall met the same fate. T. W. Lewis (oa.pta.in) filled the vacancy, and, together with Griffiths, played carefully und j^srted what seemed likely to bo a disaster. With the total at 29, GriEW%o was unfortunately bowled off his pad by Watson. Tre the way curve in and was run out before opening his account, B. Pany filled the vacancy, aud took the score to 44 before receiving his dismissal. Lewis was soon rendered hors de combat, being beaten with a splendidly pitched ball from Roberta after sooring 29. Eventually time was declared with the visitors batting, so the match ended in a draw very much in favour of the home team. Inco concluded the season on Saturday with a good win against Alvanley on tho latter's ground. Ince batted fiist, W. Nield and Has- sall taking first knock. The wicket proved a fast one, but Nield gave a good account of him- self, and after making 13 was unfortunate in being run out. Hassall was soon dismissed. Capt. Wyatt followed, and gave a masterly ex- hibition of dean and hard hitting for his 23 runs. Another successful stand was made by A. Cooke, his 18 including four boundaries. Eventually the innings closed for 84. A. Hal- ford and A. Booth bowled well for Alvanley. Alvanley commenced badly, losing several of then- best, bats for a small total. A. Halford made a determined effort to stem tho torrent of disaster which threatened to overwhelm his sidle, but it was all to no purpose. Nid and Hassail, the Ince bowlers, proved most destructive, the former gaining five wickets for nine runs, and the latter five wickets for 16 runs. The end soon came with' the total at 27. Ince, after a somewhat bad start at the com- mencement of the season, have fur shed up in a fairly satisfactory manner. FIXTURES. J I I The following matches will be playea to-aay I (Saturday) on the ground of the first-named club Boughton Hall v. Western Oxton v. Noston Egremont v. Helsby Upton v. Buckley Mold v. Hawarden Shotton v. Sandycroft Iloole v. Penyffordd Noaton 2nd v. Oxton 2nd Athlon. Hayes v. Alvanley BOUGHTON HALL v. ROCK FERRY. Played at Cheater on Saturday. Score :— ROCK FEKRY. BOUGHTON HALL. G Trantoni c R S C A Stanyer c Hamil- Blencowe b J W ton b Stott. 3 Blencowe 19 T Day b Stott 0 E H J Williams b S Donne b Williams 59 Rooke 6 R Wilson at Earl b A J Crip 1)3 b Rooke 1 Ryland .33 A Stott b Rooke 12 Capt Rooke b Ryland 37 E W Jackson b J W J Henshall c Madders Blencuwe. 0 bRyland 5 R Hamilton c Stanyer R S Blencowe lbw b b J W Blencowe .15 Rvland 0 F Graves c Eraser b J H H Dryland at Earl W Blencowe 10 b Ryland is G Earl b J W Blen- E Comerford b Jack- cowe. 6 9"" 27 C P Lancaster et Wil- J W Blencowe b son b J W Blencowe 1 Jackson 2 R Madders st Wilson A M Eraser not out, 1 b J W Blencowe 8 E C Ryland not out. 0 Extras 2 E^xtras o Total.80 Tot d 185 EATON v. HOOLE. Played at Eaton on Saturday. Score :— EATON. Hooi,le. J Mountfotd b Lomas 77 J Walton c Barton b W G Garforth e Long W Roberts .16 b Davi;-1. 9 HJ Hill lbw b Maj Clifford c Brazen- Roberts 0 dale b Ashworth .11 T H Davis c Yarwood Capt Huntsman c b Clifford .30 Long b Ash worth .45 W Hague c Smith b J Yarwood b Ash worth 0 Roberts .15 E Wells not out 40 R Bell c Youd b P Smith b Hill 19 Clifford 0 B Y cud did not bat F Ash worth b Roberts 3 G Barton „ C Brazendale c Youd J Hoberts „ b Roberts 9 W Roberts „ R North b Youd lb W Long b Youd 2 Roberts not out 0 Lomas b Roberts. Extras .10 Extras. G Total (G wkts) .211 Total 93 INCE v. ALVANLEY. Played at Aivanley on Saturday. Scwe: — Inoo: W Nield run out 13. Hassall b A ISooth 5, Cr Wright b A Booth 0, F L'oyd c Noden b A Booth 4. Capt Wyatt b A Halford 23, Rev. F C, iIfton-Sinitii c Wright b Haifoid 1. A Gar- ner b A Ha!ford 3, J Nicholas b A Noden 5, D Lloyd not out 4, E Cooke b Halford 18, S N:'c!d b Britland 4, Extras 4, total 84. Alvanley: A Greoenway b Ha-ssall 0, J iNocIen b Hassail 4, A Booth b W Nield 1 A Halford c and b W NicM 12, T Booth b Hawaii 0, W J Britland o Hawaii b W Nirid 3, B b W Nield 0, A Nodsn c N-cholas b Hassall 1, H Wright c S Nieid b Hassall 0. A Dug-dale b W Nield 0, A Cobbo not out 3, extras 2, total 27. ROC? FERRY 2nd v. BOUGHTON HALL 2nd Played at Rock Ferry OIl Saturday. Score Bought.on Ilall 2nd: T Bilhngton b M Millan 10, A H Clegg b M'Millan 5, J H W Day b Thomson 0, D M Stewart b Thomson 0 D J Dagnall b Thomson 6, H Hayes b M Millan 0, G T Dickson run out 1, A H Blencowe b Thonieon 10, T W Dagnall b M'Millan 3, E R Jackson not out 0, G Roberts c 'l'omlin;'>()n b Thomson 0, extras 4, total 39. Rock Ferry 2nd: J B Thomson c Stewart b Hayes 47, E C M'Millan b Hayes 22. E Baker run out 7, E C TunniciilTe c Dagnall h lI:J.Ye6 37 T T Morris b Stewart 0, J J Bland h Dagnall 60 A L Roberto b Biliington 40. H H Tomlin- son b Glg'g 13, J W Tomliriron b Bilhnglon 7, H F Nolans not out 0, Carr did not bat, extras 29, total (for nine wickets) 262. NESTON AND DISTRICT v. BIRKENHEAD PARK. Played at Neston on Saturday. Score Neston and District: A Barrett b Morrice 8, Denton b Morrice 2, F Cramer-Roberts c H Porter b Rogers 70, J A Hubback st Jonea b Morrico 2, F G Gilling c F Porter b Morrice 34, F N Smith b Rogers 18, G B Eaton c Chad- wick b Rogers 14, E L Sherlock b Brown 0, J II Gilling b Brown 0, J K Cheshire b Brown 2, A H Gilling not out 4, extras 8, total 162. Birkenhead Park: H E Smith c Hubback b Barrett 39, F A Jones at Hubback b Cramer- Robert a 27, C W Mareliall b A II Gilling 39, Brown b F Gilling 5, R M Chadwick b A H Gilling 17, K D R Morrice not out 34, J H Rogers not out 12, H C L Porter, F S Porter, H G Pierce and C Holden did not bat, extras 13, total (for five wickets) 186. HAWARDEN v. HUNTROYDE. Played at Hawarden Park on Saturday. Score:— Iiawardcn: H B Toller not out 49, Lane b Moaa 1, W itatbury c J Cain b Mooro 15, F A Obcycfcokere run out 0. Joseph Jon(,6 c Moos b Mooro 14, G Weigh lhw b Mooro 1, C Fox b Johnson 4. Dr. E B Roberts b Johnaon 0, N Sutcliffe b Johneon 0, E Ratcliflfe c Owen b Johnson 0, H Pickering b Mooro 1, extras 9, total 94. jjuiitpoyilv); T Moes b Lano 5. Johnson b Lane 3 S B Mooro b Lane 4. J Hilditch b Lane 16, J Cain b Lane 9, W II Owen c Pickering b Roberta 11, D St-evens not out 9, W C Cain c and b Obeyesckere 10 J Stevens not out 0, extra 1, total (for seven wickets) 68. FRODSHAM v. WARRINGTON 2nd. Played at Frodsham on Saturday. Score:- Frodsham G Hutchings not out. 106, S Cross c Plinston b Way well 12, A E lvcnnerley c Wood b Way well 0, C Gough b Plinston 1, W Howard c Pierpoint b Plinston 9, W Wilding b Waywell 10, Dr. Selby b Gleeson 2, Rev. J Corfield run out 7. T Baxter not out 0, C Booth and R K Jeacock did not bat, extras 19, total 166. Warrington 2nd: Sergt. Night o Jeacock b Corfield 6. T Baxter b Corfield 0, Millward b Jeacock 7, Carson b Jeacock 36. Pierpoint not out 14, E Wood!> run out 8, W Plinston not out 9. Harford b Corfield 0, Waywell, F Plinston and Glecson did not bat, extras 5, total 85. WHITCHURCH v. MALPAS. Played at Whitchurch on Saturday. Score:— Whitchurch: W H Smith c Huxley b Gillespie 72, T G Freeman c Little b Gillespie 0, J E Young c McMichaei b Little 5, R B Jones c and b Fletcher 8, C S Smith c and b Gillespie 16, A G Eccleeton b Little 0, W Clay c Little b Gillespie 2, H Jones not out 4, J Edge c Fletcher b Gillespie 0, Anthony and J Baird did not bat, extras 13, total 120. Malpas: W Horton b H Jones 0, S Huxley c Edge b Freeman 2, Rev C R McKee b Freeman 9, A Little b R B Jones 39, W S Gillespie o W H Smith b Young 10, L Fletcher c S Smith b R B Jones 12, R Howard not out 6. J lewis o Young b R B Jonem 0, A E Fletcher b Young 1, A McMichaei c Anthony b Young 0. A Baker run out 0, extrue 5. total 83. SANDYCROFT v. MOSTYN PARK. Played at Mostyn on Saturday. Scor, Mostyn Park: Watson not out 73, J Inghs c and b Lrtman 3, V Bowen c Michell b Bair- stow 11, W Bulcock c W H Jones b Bairstow 36, F Williains o T-etlieway b W H Jones 3, E Bebingfcon run cut 10, R W Roberti net out 10, J II Adams, E Ingham, E V Jones, T Ing- ham did not bat, extras 8, total (for five) wickets) 154. Sandycroft: V IIÙlitch b Watson 2, P R Griffiths b Watson 9, H Bairstow b Watson 4. J Birchall b Watson 1, T W Lewis b Robeite 29, R Tretheway run out 0, R Parry b Roberts 4, W H Jones o and b Roberts 1, S Michell not out 9, W H Beavan not out 0, T Letman did not bat, extras 5, total (for eight wickets) 64. PENYFFORDD v. RUABON. Played at Penyffordd on Saturday. Score:- Ruabon Rev D J Bowon b Edwards 3. J W Gerrard c and b Dolby 0. R A Jones b Dolby 7, W R JOIlO, b Dolby 7, Rev P R BartJov c and b Dolby 0, J W Thoipo c and b Edwards 6. ,J A Morrison b Edwards 0, Dr J C Roberts c Griffiths b Dolby 4. T Longdin b Edwards 3, P Lloyd not out 0, J Wright b Edwards 0, ex- tra 1, total 31. Penyffordd: A Ilill b Bartk-y 0, R Davies run out 7, Dr Turner o Bowen b Bartlcy 0, G Jones b BartLey 6. W EcHis b Bowen 0, D J Edwards b Bowen 11. T D Dolby o R A Jones b Baitloy 4, T Griffith* b Bartley 12, J Price c Wright b Bartley 10, W W Williams o Thorpe b Bowen 0, 0 H Skinner not out 5, extras 4, total 59. BUCKLEY v. HELSBY. Played at Buckley on Saturday. Score:— Helftby: F Cartwright 13, W Mareh 18. T Harding 5, A Cartwright 0, W Stanway 0, E W Cropland 0, H Cowap 23, G Jaokeon 0, W W ildo 0, J Dunbalm 0, J W Fidden (not out) 0, extras 10, total 69. Buckley: T J Davison 2, T Lindop 1, J Lindop 0, W Lindop (not out) 50, H Piercy 13, Rov. Edwards 21, H Lamb 1, A Peters 0, J Peters (not out) 1, H Newton and H Griffiths did not bat, extras 10. total (for seven wicketo) 99. BUCKLEY 2nd v ROSSETT. Played at Rossett on Saturday. Score:— Roasett: P H Jepsoo. 0. W P Wilkes 0, T. Williams 3, W S Sprent, sen., 12, I Matthews 13, W S Sprent, jun., 22, It Edwards 3, S Sweeney 18, D Jardine 3, E Scott 0, II Sweeney (not out) 1, extras 10. total 85. Buckley: R M Gilwon 3, H Davison 0, T Roberts 9, W Davies (not out) 1, A Probert 0, Fred lball (not out) 7, extras 1, Burston, S. Hughes, J E Usher, Josh. Hayes and William Williams did not bat, total (for four wickets ) 21. AVERAGES. FRODSHAM. BATTING. Total H'gst. Not Inn'gs. runs. Inn'gs. out. Av'ge. C. G. Hutchings 4 118 .106* 1 3934 8 Cross .12 248 .1020 3 27'55 C. E. Linaker 3 78 G8 0 2H J. Ferguson 4 96 49 0 24 C. Gough 13 139 35 0 1069 BOWLING. 0. M. R. W. A v'ge. Rev. J. Corfield. 39 13 9G 18 5 34 J. C. Cragg 92 24 192 28 (i ;-I R. K. Jeacock .133 37 278 33 S. 13