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DISTRICT AND PARISH COUNCILS.

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CRICKET. MALPAS V. MACEFEN.—A game was played on the Malpas ground on Saturday Afternoon between Malpas and a team from Macefen, captained by Mr. C. Marsham. Daring the afternoon the Hun. Mrs. Kenyon, M^ efen, very thoughtfully entertained both the teams to tea on the ground, which was much appreciated. The game was a capital one and very closely contested, Macefen winning by only four runs. Score:— MACEFEN. MALPAS. C Marsham run out 5 G IJ Greensuields b W Allix not out 34 Dodd 32 C Lutener b Bradbury .12 D Oreenshields ruu out. 2 Allix not out 34 Dodd 32 C Lutener b Bradbury .12 D Oreenshields ruu out 2 Welch b do 5 K liasbotham c Cliff b W Dodd b do 2 Dodd 7 Burke b do 1 W Bradbury b Dodd 1 A Dodd c Welch b Brad- L Fletcher c Marsham b Burke b do I W Bradbury b Dodd 1 A Dodd c Welch b Brad- L Fletcher c Marsham b bury 1 Dodd 7 F Marsham b Bradbury. 3 W Jordison b Mai sham. o H Baker b do 0 I R Parker b Dodd 2 W Cliff lbw b Fletcher 0 E Williams b Dodd 3 O Hopley b Bradbury 0 R Bithell c Lutener b W Prior c Bithell 2 Marsham 3 I A Fletcher not out 3 F Welch b Dodd 4 A Clutton b Dodd. 1 Extras 9 Extras 6 Total *801 Total 76 *AS contributed. AVERAGES. BOUGHTON HALL C. C. With a brilliant win at Winnington Park on Saturday, Boughton Hall brought their very successful season of 1897 to a close. The first eleven have, out of 24 matches, won 11 and lost five, while among the eight remaining un- finished only two runs were wanted at Oxton to win the match, with still four wickets in hand. Victories were obtained over Bootle, Brook- lands, Tyldesley, Sandbach. Birkenhead Park, Knutsford, Oxton, Spital, Old Dingleites, and Winnington Park; defeats being sustained at the hands of Walton, Llandudno, Northern, Birkenhead Park, and Bootle. The highest score was made against Oxton in August, at Boughton Hall, 359. Six other innings also of 200 and upwards were obtained, not one of which was completed. For the third year in succession the batting averages are headed by C. D. Long, each time with an average of over 40 runs, Birch and R. L. Roberts both exceeding 30; while the latter, besides playing the greatest number of innings, has bowled with great effect. On what were for the most part batsmen's wickets the bowlers have done well throughout the season, H. Hack taking 44 wickets, F. M. Jones 43, R. L. Roberts 39, W. Jones 20, J. C. Trampleasure 18, Birch 10, J. Hampson 9. BATTING AVERAGES—1ST XI. Times No. of not Highest T'tal inns. out. score, runs. A'ges. C. D. Long OJ. 2 .106 844 42 4 Birch. 9 I 84 296 37 R.L.Roberts. 23 2 94 686 326 J. Hampson 15 I 77 313 22 3 W. Jones 13 0 .110 276 21'2 J. C. Trampleasure 19 8 .36 234 212 J.P.Douglas. 8 3 50 86 17'2 F. M. Jones 14 3 69 181 16 4 S.Swire 13 3 .24 154 15.4 H. Hack 7 3 .#26 41 10.1 E. Hodkinson 13 3 19 92. 9.2 J. Henshall 10 1 31 79 8.7 C. G. Logan 7 0 17 43. 6J. PLAYED LESS THAN SIX INNINGS. E. S. Giles 3 0 121 145 48.3 W. B. Brierley 3 1 49. 76 38 S. H. V. Shore 4 0 40 116 29 W. E. Fairlie 4 0 52 82 21 The asterisk signifies not out. JNESTON AND DISTRICT C.C. The Neston and District C.C. have had a somewhat curious season, have won six matches, drawn five, and lost ten. Of the wins one was secured by one run and another by two runs, while three matches were lost by very small margins, viz., 6, 11. and 14 respectively. We are informed that loose fielding has lost the side more matches than anything else, even taking into consideration a certain weak- ness in the bowling department. Of the 21 first eleven matches 15 were played on the Parkgate ground, which has been kept in admirable order by the groundsman, C. Newman. As to practices, not- withstanding the gloomy prophecies of those who objected to the introduction of tennis, these have never been so well attended before. Dealing with the batting averages, the better bowling experienced in a better class of fixtures has had its effect in depressing these somewhat. Dr. Speechly is against first with an average of just over 24 for 20 innings. J. G. Grundy, though third on the list, has played in many more matches than F. Cramer-Roberts, and had the honour of making 105 not out in the match at Boughton Hall against an A' team of that club. Seven members have got into double figure averages. In the attack, F. Cramer-Roberts "heads the table, with an average of 8,08 runs per wicket, but he, in common with the other slow bowlers, Brown and Fogg, suffered from bad fielding. Newman, who played in the first half of the season, bowled very well, and took 38 wickets for 9 20 runs apiece. E. C. Glover proved very effective on the slow wickets which prevailed at the latter end of the season. BATTING AVIMRAGES-FIVIE INNINGS. No. of Not Highest T'tl inns. out. score, runs. A'ges. H. M. Speechly 20 0 65 484 24'2 F. Cramer-Roberts 5. 0 80 118 23"6 J. G. Grundy 15 1 .105 245 17*5 A. Barrett. 15 1 28 197 14.07 J. E. Raven 5 1 *25 51 12 75 Newman(pro.). 10 2 *31 89 11'12 R. M. Thornely 9 2 *30 72 10-28 H. Coventry. 13 3 23. 96. 9'6 R. Barrett 14 2 .30 108. 9 A. J. Mott 8. 0 19 62 *1' 75 J. Browne 7 1 *30 46. 7'6 J. Cramer-Roberts 12 1 20 85 7'72 W. Fogg 9 0 19. 56. 6-2 S. F. L. Brown 8 1 17. 41. 5 85 J. G. Lee 6 0 16. 32. 5 33 E. C. Glover. 5 1 10. 18. 4 5 T. Comber. 8 1 10. 26. 3 71 R. Morrison 6 2 5 13. 3'25 T. J. Cleave. 8 1 6 18 2 57 Signifies not out. BOWLING AVERAGES (10 WICKETS). Maid- A'ge Runs Wkts Overs ens p'rwkt F.Cramer-Roberts 194 24 71 14 8'08 Newman (pro.) 335 38 150 42 9 20 E. C. Glover 140 15 53 12 9 33 S. F. L. Brown 230 19 86 15 12'10 W. Fogg 201 16 7o 13 12 50

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