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S. Canterbury v. N. Otago

Saturday, 30 January 1932

The South Canterbury senior and junior representative teams played North Otago seniors and juniors today. The weather was fine and, in each case, the wicket was in good order. At lunch time the South Canterbury seniors were all out for 140, Davey and Maddigan being the destroying agents, taking eight of the wickets more..


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North Otago v. Southland

Monday, 4 January 1932

The cricket match between Southland and North Otago, which commenced on Friday, was concluded yesterday, the visitors winning a one-innings game by 68 runs. Rain again delayed the start, but play commenced at mid-day and after the luncheon adjournment continued without further interruption. more..


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North Otago v. Southland

Saturday, 2 January 1932

Owing to adverse weather conditions the cricket match between Southland and North Otago did not commence today till 5.5 p.m., there being 85 minutes play before stumps were drawn. North Otago batted and have lost four wickets for 94 more..


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North Otago and Auckland Touring Team

Saturday, 2 January 1932

On a batsmen's wicket the Auckland team took strike, and though their opening pair were not very impressive, Lyon looked a class batsmen before J. Robertson cut Iris career short more..


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Southland v. North Otago

Monday, 5 January 1931

The match between Southland and North Otago was brought to an inconclusive end on Saturday. North Otago opened their second innings with Uttley and Dick. The latter early poked a simple catch more..


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North Otago v. Southland

Saturday, 3 January 1931

The local side's innings continued yesterday afternoon under perfect conditions. Zimmerman and Borrow carrying on. The later was always looking for runs, while Zimmerman waited for them to come. Borrow at 29, hit over one from McGowan, who had returned more..


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North Otago v. Southland

Friday, 2 January 1931

In beautiful weather the representative match between North Otago and Southland began on a wicket that looked fast and true, but did not play so well as it looked for the ball came off at different paces. more..


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North Otago v. South Canterbury

Saturday, 27 December 1930

The North Otago team that went to Timaru yesterday morning found the wicket difficult when South Canterbury sent them in to bat, but it improved as it dried out. Brown and Dick both looked more..


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North Otago v. Otago

Saturday, 1 March 1930

Again the conditions were perfect when the match North Otago v. Otago was resumed yesterday morning though in the late afternoon a cold wind of the sea made onlookers uncomfortable. Gale and Priest carried on Otago's innings, and proceeded to score freely more..


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North Otago v. Otago

Friday, 28 February 1930

Yesterday the visiting the Otago team began a match with North Otago on the school ground under ideal conditions. The wicket and outfield were fast and when Jones won the toss he decided to bat, Uttley and Sumpter opening to Monk and Cavanagh more..


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North Otago v. Beale's Team

Friday, 3 January 1930

The match ended yesterday in an undoubted win for the visitors, the local side in neither innings showing anything like true, so they could not reach 100 runs in either. In most cases they got themselves out. more..


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Southland v. North Otago

Thursday, 10 January 1929

The Southland v. North Otago match continued on the Showground's at 11 a.m. The weather was rather overcast, with rain threatening and the wicket was a trifle soft on account of overnight rain. There was quite a good more..


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North Otago v. Balclutha

Wednesday, 9 January 1929

Owing to the bad weather the cricket match between North Otago and Balclutha at Balclutha on Monday was poor and the rain prevented more than one innings more..


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North Otago v. Southland

Wednesday, 9 January 1929

The representative cricket match Southland v. North Otago was commenced today in bright sunshine and on a good wicket. North Otago won the toss and batted first. more..


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North Otago v. South Canterbury

Friday, 28 December 1928

The annual representative match between South Canterbury and North Otago was resumed yesterday morning after 10 a.m., Angland and Mason opening the visitors second innings to the bowling of Carrington and Walton more..


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North Otago v. South Canterbury

Thursday, 27 December 1928

A somewhat emasculated North Otago team began a match with a South Canterbury side yesterday at the school. South Canterbury won the toss more..


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North Otago v. Ashburton Draw

Tuesday, 10 April 1928

The heavy rain of Friday night delayed the resumption of play on Saturday morning, and when the local side continued its innings the ground and wicket were very wet. The more..


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North Otago v. Ashburton

Saturday, 7 April 1928

An end-season match between North Otago and Ashburton sides was begun on the School ground yesterday in mild and pleasant weather, which in the afternoon become cold and boisterous more..


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North Otago v. Otago

Saturday, 24 March 1928

With a lead of 25 runs on the first innings, the North Otago eleven beat Otago in the one-day match played at King George's Park yesterday. Conditions were not conductive to bright cricket more..


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Otago v. North Otago (first day)

Friday, 23 March 1928

The representative cricket match, Otago v. North Otago, commenced this morning at King George's Park, there being a moderate attendance of spectators more..


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North Otago v. Southland

Thursday, 9 February 1928

The innings of North Otago developed into a Marathon after lunch, for Zimmerman and Carrington got going quickly, and the early bowlers were punished severely. Off two consecutive balls from McGowan, Zimmerman hit a six and a four more..


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A drawn match

Thursday, 20 January 1927

With a deficit of 28 runs on the first innings, Mr H.E. Lawrence's Christchurch team went in for the second innings yesterday afternoon. The scoring opened more..


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Christchurch v. North Otago

Wednesday, 19 January 1927

Perfect cricket weather prevailed yesterday for the opening of the match between a Christchurch eleven captained by Mr H. E. Lawrence, and the North Otago team at the school ground. The President of the North Otago Association (Mr M. S. Holmes) and Mrs Holmes provided a most acceptable afternoon tea more..


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North Otago v. Victoria (second day)

Thursday, 5 March 1925

The Victorian-North Otago match was continued yesterday morning on a wicket which the light fall of rain caused to bump in spots. Wallace and Willis opened to Zimmerman, whose swinging balls the former took on the pads. The partnership did not last long, for Wallace was run out going for a short run. Austin, who followed, played a number of uppish strokes though playing too early, but none of them came to hand more..


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Victoria v. North Otago (arrival)

Wednesday, 4 March 1925

The Victorian cricketers arrived by the first express from the north to-day, and were met at the station by his Worship the Mayor (Mr J. McDiarmid) and representatives of the Borough Council and more..


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