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AMMANFORD Y. DANYGRAIG,

YSTALYFERA V. GORSEINOW.

COUNTY CRICKET REFORMS.

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COUNTY CRICKET REFORMS. LORD HAWIiE'S ADVICE. <r-<r ixkto rnwltfi, who prawded at the annum meeting of the Y,(-ulwbi,)e Gricket Club, re ferred in the coiurse ot his speech to the qiiestaoai of Saturday starts. "I notice," his lordship aa.id, "that in the programme for next season nearly forty matches aire down to commence on other dajw than Monday and Thursday. What this means to a county Jáke Y<wkahire in the arr?T?ng of fixt/.ires cannot very w?H be conceived. It is very certain that the Ad- vscxry Board, who are shortly to consider this question, will called upon to m&ujuQ it compulsory for definite days to be ad"- ranged. Whatever system is in vogme, it miiet be general, because it is almost a. matter of impossibility, with large pro- grammes like the big counties have, to fit 111 their matdbes. There certainly seeme to be a feeding in favour of Saturday and Wednesday starts, and I am confident, should the Advisory Boaa-d in its judgment diaoide unon this alteration, tliat we in York- ebiiie will readily agree to thai, and make the best of the system, although, rightly or wrongly, we have hitherto been opposed to it. CHANGE rN CIRCUMSTANCES. Qirouimatajices Jy¡:v cthaaged of kubs. What with the Shops Aot, aaid people be. iiig closer coon fined to their various callings, there does not appeM to be quite the ledarame time as of yore, aipart. of course, from the geneira l holidays. Thecrefbne there saema to be fforoe jtwtificartion for the proposed change. "With regiaird to Yoifehire, I do not think SaMLrday xUwts wiU d?at?n?b locaJ omokJet. If we play fmatem home natches it would only be possible to get seven 1It- \11rtdajy otoorto. nie other marches wtjin ld have to commence on WednewdAye, which is another half-cloeinig day in most of the big cities. Tha.t woula mean, say, two motchee on a Sfutuxday out of fonir in Slieffield, on6 or two in Leeds and Bradford, and ao Ott. Thjerefore, being spread abouit in this man- ner. Saturday starts would have very little effect, if any, on local orick, while they would certainly afford facilities for the working classes to see a better c-laes 01 oiicikeb."

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