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CRICKET NOTES Lohman Himself Again. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 3 March 1887
[?] (By *? Not Out.') Lohmann Himself Again. Those who saw tho young Surrey pro fessional trundling on Saturday last had ample proof of tho fact that he is a bowler of the fh-at rank. Since lie landed in Aus tralia Lohmann has accomplished very little in the bowling line, bo much ho that many people formulated ideas ,-.nd opinioun that Sir. Lohmann would not relish were they made public. Those of us who under rated him, or rather, judged him prema turely, must now eat our own wordH, for those of hia fellows who have tented his abilit:es in the old country positively nflirm that last Saturday wis hia first exhibition of his old form. During a con versation with this promising young Jwwlcr I gleaned his opinions re break bowling, and that . is, a leg break is the more difficult to nlav to the maioritv of batsmen, but he does not rely so much upon tho break as upon the pace or pitch. ' A ball that breaks away,' says Loh mann, ' is far more difficult to play than a ball that comes in fr...
Pootball or Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 3 March 1887
Pootball or Crlcfcot. ' There ho goes playing tho bowling with his pads again.' Now, if I have heard that exclamation once, I have heard it ono thousand times, nay moro. I have heard tho same sentimentH expressed in different language, stronger, no doubt, but les3 respectable, often tinged with bitter sarcasms, more often savouring with righteous anger and wrath. And why ? Because 1 the public abhor meanness, and although in tho law of cricket, formulated and laid down when men ' played ' tho truo game, and with tho bat alone, it is not punish able; still there are certain laws, as exist in otlic/ institutions, which should exist amongst tho players, who should bo so constituted that tho very necessity of putting them in print should make them blush for shame. Such a law must apply to this detestable habit-, or maybe ' science,' for by their astuteness itseems to mo that their proficiency is not the re sult of an occasional indulgence, hut an art assiduously practiced, and now per f...
The Proposed Now Rules. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 3 March 1887
* The Proposed Now Kales. At tho last mooting of tlio Victorian Cricketers' Association, tho secretary re ported that tho New South Wales Cricket Association had declined to send delegates to consider certain amendments suggested in connection with the laws of the game. Tho delegates appointed by the Victorian and South Australian institutions had met, however, and decided that it was advisable to increase tho number of balls per over in first-class matcheB from four to six. In the matter of tho proposal to alter tho rule relating to leg before wicket they could not see their way to make any recommen dation Dr. Ray supported the amendment, ' .which ho thought would meet with almost universal approval. It was dosirablo to stop what waa known aa the ' Shrewsbury game,' but he had always recognised that ? tho question of leg beforo wicket was a difficult matter to handle. Mr. Greig said that the South Austra lians wore strongly in favour of the altera tion in the over from four balls t...
ENGLISH ELEVEN v. ELEVEN OP AUSTRALIA. FIRST DAT— FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 3 March 1887
ENGLISH ELEVEN v. ELEVEN OP AUSTRALIA. First Dat— Viddav. Tiny -li(l not commence until after luncheon, wlicn tlie wickuta were only 4- oil ri^ht' or pluy nbio. Jones wan nLscnt, andCottam fielded in his Htoii'h Tlie pluj on thin day was uliahtly in favour of the Australians, although JSarJow Kim- them Home trouble hy lii.i Blonewnllintf tactics. Shrews hury wn« very unfortunate, for, in playing a ball from Turner he hit on to hifi foot, and tho hall rebounded into liifl wicket— not even into double fi wires. Scotton failed to seoro at all, and Flowers compiled his '-17 not out by faultless cricket and in quick time, while Uarlovr was batting up 11. Although Garrett, Midwinter, nnd Lyons were put on bowling they failed to improve upon tho redoubtable pair (Turner and Ferris). The former took Jive of tlie wickots, while Ferris is account able for the other two at a nvther dearer expense than Turner's. The tieldinjf of the Australians was something miserable to behold, nnd they deserv...
SYDNEY COHEN CUP. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 3 March 1887
SYDNEY COHEN CUP. Tho Richmonils and GlonmorcH met in compcti tion for tho aliovo cup on Saturday afternoon, nud n» botU thc»e clubs lmvo met nnd defeated utl on„ teams who aro competing for Oie nlioro, a cloao and interesting l?amo was anticipated, but nt prc Kent it looks as if the Iticlmiomls will win e-isily, they having a lead of 5 runs and six wickets jet to fall. The Glenmore dapper nawn? .wok tm decided on sending in Hnllott and M (.alio to the bowiini; of Gilfard and Enrigbt. V, itli tlio Dcwe at 111, M'Uabo was bov.-led by Gitrnrd for ... Yates then joined Tlnllett and lielned to br,,,« i np tl c score to 27, wiion ho was bowled byGiffaru. riie other inembersof the team batted fairly, tho 1 in nings eventually closing for 07, towards which Ual lett contributed 30, whiclt were obtained in asome wliat lucky manner, he being misse l 110 Jess than four tim^s. For the Richmonds, bi.fard again distiivnished himself with tUe ball, ho capturing hix wickets for 22, tho othor succes...
METROPOLITAN CUP. [?]ansseld v. Pyrmont Ivanhoe [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 3 March 1887
METROPOLITAN CUP. ansSold v. Pyrmoat Ivanlios. This match, which has caused a lot of excitement iu tho junior cricket circles during the past week or so, was started on the cup wicket 011 Saturday i» th© presence of a large crowd of spectators. The Mansfield winning the toss elected to bat on a fine wicket, and beforo boing disposed of they put to- , gethor 82 ruus. Jeukius 27, Whiting 20 not^ouj^ , and M'Konz5' 9 played -well for thoir yiii- IvanhoeH,'. Ono n*flMttMlings °nl£«^Krnini:cd to ?Jewell (15) and ,rs who played n their second . 21 runs. The the Mansfield, Ivanhoes was t continued ou -e tho Ivanlioe rm which tbey ru '
THE GUN. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 3 March 1887
THE GUN. The Melbourne Gun Club Handicap on Monday week last was won by D. Colo, 31yds., with a kill of seven successive birds, W. Sayor, 32yds., being second, after having tied with three other shots. On Thursday Mr. Callen, of Melbourne, | offers a silver cup for competition amonjf j second and third class shots, to be won twice.
[?] CKET. CORRESPONDENT. [?] Saturday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 3 March 1887
[?] [?] [?] on tno one-sided Tho funeral pro I.ycd ou Oriental y 3 runs. Scores : ird 47, Flowers 11. Shop t. Eveleiou wn Park, and re rn shop by three g and bowling of ckons for Redfern ^all, aud Hilliard Wall with the ball le bat trick for and 10 ; Redfern, -Played onTlmrs vin for tho former s-St. P. 53, (M. 37 and 20. Dnvitt ?ictors, aa did P. ourko the St. P. behind the sticks, by former by an rorment, Murray, land Jones bowled -sers. —Won by former News.— Won by 3ws, 53 (Cioments, ro wickets for 90 at out). For the Bramley, 3 for 22, 1.— Played on the .he latter by seven irriors. 19 and 18 ; ckcts for 11 ruus. :ted woll for the sers. Power and icrs, as did Moore Robkrt HAnPEn 9 enjoyed by the commemorate the tetany, which re I Co. by 19 runB, [arpor and Co., 39. Turner 15, batted wliug excellently, as also did E. Turner. For Hari-er and Co., Jack sou and Hammond batted best. Hammond and Coloman divided tlio bowling honour#, Ormondb v. First Williax Wkntwortii.— riayed on tho fo...
The Disqualification of Sutton. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 10 March 1887
The Disqualification of Sutton. In disqualifying Sutton tho Victorian _J!lub appear to havo shown an animus, and at once seized the opportunity to sit on tho champion of cash betting. Lord Deer hurst owed Sutton money, the latter de manded payment ; Deerhurst told him to be damned. They subsequently met in the back parlour of nn hotel, blows wero interchanged, in which Deerhurst got the worst of it. This most noble lord, to be revenged, reported Sutton to the club. This association eagerly seized tho oppor tunity to rid themselves, of the objection able Sutton. Tho police court will throw some light on the matter, but as Sutton was guilty of no infringement of its rules, tlie Vic torian Club has set up a standard of qualification for membership that very few of its raeuibers could negotiate wero thoy put to the test.
Latest Soratchings. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 10 March 1887
Latest Scratohincrs. V.A.T.C. March meeting : — Federal Stakes. — Perhaps, Probation, Eckersley. La Vallicre, Teheran, Master George, Mother Gamp, Sunshade, Stitch in-Timc, Citadel, Hortense, Alma, Query. Steeplechase. — Kuby, Magnolia. Hurdlo Race. — The Agent, Encore. St. Kilda Cup. — Hogmanay, Master Jack, Dunlop. All Engagements. — Maddelina, Gar -denin.
GLEN INNES RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 10 March 1887
GLEN INNES RACES. Tlio following aro tlio acccptances for tho abovo meeting which takos placo on March 10 and 17 : — OLEN INNEB CUP. Carnation Vain Hope Emorald Minorah Marion Myall King Ajax Fair Ellen Midnight Buttorfly Zono Sloth Malta Panic Sorella Froo Selector Fenella Bay Dot 1)1 1! ns PLATE. Carnation Free Selector Oakwood Gladys Rioter Emerald Jlinorah Vain Hopo Myall King Ajax Marion Black Domon Leinstor Fair Ellon Gloiro do Dijon Buttsrfly Victory Sloth Slendor Xeno Sorella Malta Simoon Coroban ?Wah Panic Bay Dot
COROWA RACES. COROWA HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 10 March 1887
COROWA RACES. I COROWA HANDICAI'. Urabby Hawardon Vermont Littlo Mary Advanco Littlo King Ailsa Essex Hartington Larrikin Claret Arrow Black Diamond. FLYING HANDICAP. Donald (lato Urabby Mystory (lato Gen. Gordon) Advanco Harkaway) Morcc.au Brittenus Claret Embassy Arrow Spurei Hawardon. I.ADIEH' I'LATE. Joo Millor Hawarden Vermont Mystery (lato Advanco Morcoau Harkaway) Larrikin Donald (lato Spurei Bl'k Diamond Gen. Gordon) Arrow.
DENILIQUIN RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 10 March 1887
DENILIQUIN RACES. DEN1L1QUIN J.C. SHIES' PKODUCE STAEES, 1889. Mr. G. C. Jeflrcy's h f, 'by Meteor— Actress Mr. Jr. Dowling's b c, by Meteor— dam bj Touch 8tOUO Mr. J. Postlothwuito's b c, by Meteor)— dam by Alarm Mr. J. M'Crac's b f, hy Lotlinir— La Bello Mr. G. Ashcroft's b or br f, by llerculcH— unkuown Mr. G. Aslicroft's ch c, by Horculcs— Fa/rytalo Mr. G. Ashcroft's br or bk f, by Hercules — un- known Mr. G. Ashcroft'B blk or brf, by Hercules— Pro- miur maro Mr. J. Donohoo's b or br c, by Hercules— unknown Mr. M. Power's ch c, by Hercules— Dolo maro Mr. W, J. 'M'Kee's br c, by Alarm— Zebra Mr. W. M'Curtliy's br c. by Spurk— Kutio Darling Mr. T. B. Carnes' ch c, by Yamigou— Mirth Mr. J. Lco'm b or br c, by Spnrk— MaKgie Lauder Sir. W. P. Kobortbou's b or br c, by Troubadour unknown Mr. W. F. Kobertson's g c, by Troubadour, by Bryan O'Lynn Mr. W. Mackenzio's br c, by Albury — Legacy Mr. J. Cripps' b f, by Lothair— Barmaid Mr. J. CriiJ]is' b f, by Lothnir— Peerless Mr. J. CrlppH' ...
ENTRIES, WEIGHTS, &c. RACES. ULLADULLA RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 10 March 1887
ENTRIES, WEIGHTS, &c. ! .; ''RACES. ; ! Mi' tli 'ULLADtriitiA RACES. .' : The' follbwing weights havo been doolared : — . ( tr:,T.C; HANDICAP. V ; ' ...t -i4 - :st.J lb. ' Bt^lb: Boau Prix ,1... 9 0 . Croamy Jack... 7 10 Tan^boui* Major . 8 .11 Ben ...; ... 7 0 First King,, 8, .2 Forest Queen... 6 7 ' ? . ? FLYING nANDICAP. . , . ? 'V '! ,8t.lb.,,t sfc. lb. Beau Prix 9 5 .XptBraid. ... 7 2 Tambour Major 9 '3- Lord of All ... 6 12 FiratKing: 8' 7 First Queen ... , 6 7 Creamy Jack.;. ' 8 3 DISTRICT PUH8E. st. lb. * st. lb. Ben ..i . : -7 6 Nimble... 612 Amethyst 7 0 First Quoon ... 6 6 Venus ... 7 : 0 .
THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 10 March 1887
THE WEEK. The excitement caused by the im Eortant meeting at Flemington last week, as by this time passed away, but the way our horses have performed should be a source of gratification and pleasure both to their owners and the sporting iratermty tins side or the border, xne Hoa. James White, as usual, has tho honour of receiving the largest cheque, which amounts to the Handsome sum of 01425 Is., and Mr. Stead, of New Zealand, comes next with £1388 9s. j then follows Mr. M'Donald, of South Aus tralia, with £1327 10s. ; the Hon. W. A. Long, £954: and MajorGeorge with £567. From the foregoing it will be gathered that the five most important sums have left the land that provided the sport, certainly not very encouraging for the Victorians. With such facilities as our neighbours possess, the result is somewhat surprising, as they have by far tho groatest number of horses to repre sent them. To fathom the causes would indeed be a hard task. But perhaps some consolation remains for them i...
THE GUN. MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 10 March 1887
:? V. . V -l ''' March. 12— Trppliyi'prqsonted by Mn,G. B. Modini. 19 — Trbpliy, prosbrited by tho'olnb.1 2(i — Gun Club Cnp (third competition). ? i-.'.'i .'Vir.! 'J . -APRIL'. :,i '? 6— Goulbnrn match, j£100. : ; ' ! All matches nine birds. ? ? ? - ;