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COUNTY CRICKET. At Aigburtb on Saturday, Lancashire won an easy victory over Leicestershire by ten wickets. The last of the visitors' wickets fell when the score had reached 137, leaving Lancashire 68 to make to win. Ward and Paul were sent in, and scored the required number without being separated. At Bristol the overnight score of the Australians was raised from 378 to 382, and Gloucestershire were thus left 272 runs behind. Grace contributed 66 towards this number, but the remainder of the team failed, with the exception of Sewell and Townsend, and the innings ended for 181, the Australians being left winners by an innings and 91 runs. Lancashire began a match with Derbyshire at Derby on Monday. The wicket at starting was soft, and the home captain, winning the toss sent Lancashire in to bat. The bowlers held the upper hand all day, the visitors being all dismissed for 111, and the home team's first inuings concluded at 153. The bowlers were also masters of the situa- tion at Lord's, where, in the M.C.C. and Kent match, 30 wickets fell for 266 runs between noon and seven o'clock. Kent went in first and made 108, then dismissed the M.C.C. eleven for 52, and nexo completed their second iuning-j for 98. a C,C. I had a few minutes'play in the second innings, scoring eight without loss. The Australians met a scratch team, captained by Mr De Trafford, at Wembley Park. The Colonials went in first and scored 106, dis- missed the Englishmen for 65, and then made 29 for three wickets in the second innings. Hampshire had all the best of the opening day of the match at Southampton with Sussex. Going in first they made 130, and then got'all the Sussex men out 'for 71. In the second innings the home team made 76 for two wickets. At Edgbaston Gloucestershire met Warwickshire. The visitors made 160, and then Warwickshire put on 103 for three wickets. Notts and Cambridge University opened a match for the benefit of Sherwin at Trent Bi-i(i ec. The ^itors were ail got ont for 113, and Notts made 180 for six wickets. Rain prevented any play at Bradford on Monday in the Yorkshire and Surrey match. The interesting Yorkshire and Surry ma'eh ^egan on luesdiyat Bradford, under weather con- TV10U3 a*' Were imfortuuately unfavourable. ie^ cme team won the toss and went in, and in a.] innings lusting two and three-quarter IT! "TV??* Surr°y b^'an batting with w r a? who l1ufc 0:1 43 for the first h™7i 6tumP* were drawn for the thpnk^fh^fl8 for t^'ree- Lancashire, thanks chiefly to the fane bowling of Mold and Briggs, won the match against Derbyshire on Tuesday by 37 runs. Lancashire went in for the second time in a won the match against Derbyshire on Tuesday by 37 runs. Lancashire went in for the second time in a minority of 42, and put together 158, leaving Derbyshire to make 117 if they were to win. But the home batsmen were not equal to the occasion, and before the bowling of Mold and Briggs they were all out in less than two hours for 79. The match at Wembley Park ended in favour of the Australians, against Mr. de Trafford's scratch eleven by 135 runs. The English side's second innings reached the splendid total of 37. There was a close finish in the M.C.C. and Kent match. When the Club went in for the last inuings they wanted 155 to win, but they were dis- missed for 152, Kent having the victory by two runs. Notts won the match (for the benefit of Sherwin) against Cambridge University by six wickets. The attendance was poor on both days. Rain only permitted two-and-a-half hours' play at Edgbaston in the Warwickvvshire and Gloucester- shire match. In that time the home team raised the overnight score of 108 for three to 237 for six, Lilley being not out 94. Hampshire won their match against Sussex by 76 runs. When Sussex went in for the last innings they were 230 behind, and they were dismissed for 154. The Yorshire and Surrey match ended all Wednes- day in a draw. On Tuesday Surrey had obtained, against Yorkshire's 135, 80 for three wickets. On Wednesday morning, however, the remaining seven wickets fell for the addition of only 67, so that Yorkshire were but a dozen behind on beginning their second innings. When seven wickets had fallen for 134 Lord Hawke declared tbe innings closed, leaving Surrey with 123 to make to win, and close upon two hours before them. Brockwell and Abel scored 47 in forty minutes, so that the posi- tion was one of considerable excitement, but when these two batsmen were seperated the Surrey men soon gave up trying to win, and devoted themselves to saving the game. They had to face some fine bowling, and when stumps were drawn six wickets had gune down for75. Gloucestershire succeeded in drawing their match with Warwickshire at Edgbaston. The home team carried their first innings total to 342, and the visitors went in for the second time at one o'clock in a minority of 182. They saved the game remaining in until after six o'clock and scored 222. omc cxtraorclinary cricket was seen at Lord's on Thursday in the match between the Australians and the M.C.C. After the Club had made 219 the Colonial team went in, and in an hour they were dismissed for the remarkable score of 18. j Giffen was unable to bat owing to illness. Bongher started bowling when the third wicket was down, and from that point not a single run was scored. The Leicestershire bowler took five wickets for no runs, and Mr J. T. Hearne four wickets for four runs. The Australians had to follow on, and they had lost two wickets for 25 runs when stumps were drawn. Warwickshire came very badly out of the first day's play in the match with Lancashire at Birmingham. The visitors went in first and made 168. of which 65 came from Rowley. The Warwickshire batsmen found themselves unable to stand against the bowl- ing of Briggs and Hallam, and they were all out for 49. Briggs took five wickets for 14 and Hal- lam five for 17. Going in a second time Lancashire scored 16 without loss. Yorkshire and Essex be- gan a match at Bradford. Essex went in first and made 109. Yorkshire did not do so well at the wickets, the whole side being dismissed for 80. Essex began their second innings at half-past five, and in an hour they lost seven wickets for only 48. Surrey, at the Oval, got Hampshire out for 58, and then made 205 for five wickets. Cambridge Uni- versity met Somerset at Cambridge. The county went in first and scored 109, and the University made 89 for nine wickets.