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BARRY v. PENARTH 2NDS.

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BARRY v. PENARTH 2NDS. Barry first eleven opened their season proper on Saturday afternoon last, when they engaged Penarth Second Eleven on the Island enclosure, before an interested crowd, Through A. Osborne, the Glamorgan County player, having thrown in his lot with Barry, and the services of S. M. Clarke having been secured as professional, Barry seniors have received an impetus which promises to continue. Winning the toss, Barry elected to bat on a perfect wicket, and A. Osborne and Si Jenkins were first men in. The game opened promisingly, both men batting fairly free, Osborne making some pretty strokes, but when he had scored 15 he was clean bowled by F. Allen. H. Thomas, who followed was obviously not at ease, and failed to break his" duck." Jenkins and C. Kirby became associated, but the latter only obtained six before lie, too, was bowled by Allen, who was particularly fatal. Then Si Jenkins was excellently caught and bowled by Dyke, after compiling 21. Clarke and J. R. Johnson got together, but the latter was unfortunately run out. F. Sadler joined Clarke, but the pro. withdrew when he had scored 12, having helped to bring the score up to 65. R. Williams followed, and opened with a six, but in trying to repeat the performance he had his stumps scattered. Sadler was playing good cricket, and made several fine boundaries, although at 25 he gave an easy chance, but escaped. Under the apprehension that he was bowled, Sadler com- menced to leave the wickets, and was promptly stumped, the innings closing for a total of 133 runs. On returning to the pavilion, Sadler met with an enthusiastic reception, having obtained 45 runs, and during the whole time gave only one chance. Penarth started against this formidable total in an indifferent manner, Osborne's bowling puzzling and disconcerting the batsmen, and the only players who made any attempt to play true cricket were J. T. Dewar (13 runs), O. Watkins (11), and D. L. Griffiths (11). The whole side were out for 60 runs, undoubtedly due to the excellent trundling of Osborne, who secured six wickets at the small cost of 15 runs. Si Jenkins obtained two for 38, and Fred Sadler one wicket without having a ball hit off him. Scores:- BARRY. A. Osborne (captain), b F. Allen 15 Si Jenkins, c and b Dyke 21 H. Thomas, b Allen 0 C. Kirby, b Allen 6 Clarke, c Dewar, b Jones 12 J. R. Johnson, run out 1 F. Sadler, st. McCarthy, b Watkins. 45 R. Williams, b Dyke 7 J. H. Owen, b Dyke 0 J. Samuels, b Allen 12 W. Gameson, not out. 10 Extras. 4 Total 133 PENARTH 2NDS. J. T. Dewar, c Owen, b Jenkins 13 E. Jones, b Osborne. 3 Bright, b Osborne.. 0 Rev A. Law, lbw, b Osborne 2 F. Allen, c and b Osborne 9 J. C. M. Dyke, run out 7 R. Dewar, c Williams, b Osborne 0 O. Watkins, Ibw, b Sadler 11 J. R. Evans, b Osborne 0 D. L. Griffiths, st. Gameson, b Jenkins 11 E. McCarth, not out 0 Extras. 4 Total 60

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