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LOCAL CRICKET.

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LOCAL CRICKET. CADOXTON-BARRY 1st XI V. CANTON (CARDIFF.) This match was played at Cardiff on Saturday afternoon last, resulting in a draw. Garnett bowled out four of the Cantonians, while Thorn and Yorath returned the compliment to the same number of Cadoxton's six fallen heroes. Garnett scored 21 runs for Cadoxton, and Yorath 33, Evans 16, and Forman 13 for Canton. The following were the scores :— CANTON. J. Yorath b Garnett 8 L. Forman, b Garnett 13 B. Yorath, b Garnett 33 W. A. Evans, c Brown, b Garnett 16 W. Thomas, c Propert, b Brown 3 Thorne, thrown out, Gore.. 3 Earl, St. Bushell, b Garnett 1 Harding, c Bushell, b Waters 4 Ewins, b Brown 0 Jarman, b Garnett 0 Bllackmore, not out 2 Extras (byes) 8 Total.. 91 Runs at the fall of each wicket :-1 for 18, 2 for 31, 3 for 62, 4 for 77, 5 for 79, 6 for 83, 7 for 83, 8 for 85, 9 for 86, 10 for 91. CADOXTON. Garnett, b Thorn 21 Waters, b Yorath 0 Brown, c Jarman, b Yorath 11 Crisp, not out 1 Watson, b Thorn 0 Gore, b Yorath 4 Bushell, not out 0 Total.. 36 Morse, Propert, Sweet, and F. Boys did not bat. Runs at the fall of each wicket:—1 for 0, 2 for 32, 3 for 32, 4 for 32, 5 for 36. PENARTH V. COGAN. These teams faced each other on the Penarth Ground on Saturday. Cogan were assisted by the Rev S. Adams, (Ross), while Penarth were minus the Rev C. Brown, T. Higman, A. James, H. Field, and H. E. Morgan. Cogan were also short of two men-E. Lewis and J. Carpenter. Owing to the heavy rains the ground was very dead, and the wicket was essentially one for the bowlers, as will be seen from the scores. Fred. Morgan and R. C. Sill, for Penarth, and Alec. Stephenson for Cogan, bowled very successfully. With the bat, John Llewellyn, Spiby, (pro.) and R. Jenkins were most successful. The scores were:— COGAN. J. Ingleson, b Morgan 6 T. Lewis, b Sill 1 A. Stephonson, run out 2 Rev S. Adams, b Sill 0 H. E. Lewis, (Capt.) b Morgan 1 G. Brown, b Sill 0 J. S. Dewar, run out 2 T. Griffiths, b Morgan 0 H. Kirby, b Sill 0 C. Powell, B. Morgan 1 W. Jenkins, not out 0 Extras. 4 Total 17 PENARTH. R. C. Sill, b Stephenson 8 R. A. Lewis, b Stephenson 4 Spihy, (pro.) c H. Lewis b Stephenson 10 F. W. Morgan, b Stephenson 1 J. G. Llewellyn, Sttphenson 18 Geo Shepherd, I b w, c Stephenson 6 H. Love, G. Brown 3 R. Garrett, st. Ingleson, b Stephenson 0 W. R. Rattle, b Stephenson 1 R. Jenkins, b Stephenson 10 S. Thomas (Capt.), c Ingleson, b Brown 0 Extras 4 Total 64 PENARTH V. COMMERCIALS. Owing to the wet weather this match did not take place last Wednesday, as arranged. SATURDAY'S FIXTURES. On Saturday Penarth meet their old friends of the Cardiff St. Paul's, on the Penarth ground. The home team will consist of S. Thomas, (capt.) F. W. Morgan, T. Higman, Rev C. W. Browne, H. Love, R. A. Lwis, R. C. Sill, J. G. Llewellyn, W. Coney, W. R. Rawle, Spiby, (pro.) Cogan meet Canton to-morrow at Cardiff.

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