No 551

The Eleven has begun to improve this year and has at last won 2 matches. The first against the Guards and the 2nd against the I Zingari. The following was the Westminster Eleven –
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R.D. Balfour                  12                                       2
E.B. Henderson              7                                        2
H.E. Bull T.B.                19                                       6
T.D. O’Brien                  1                                         0
W.H. Oliver T.B.            10                                     14
C.W.S. Stanhope            2                                          0
J.F. Pratt                         2                                          0
A.H. Harrison                0                                          1
G. Upperton                   6                                         11
L.J. Swake                      1                                          3
C.M. Barker                   3                                          2
A. Walker O.W.              1                                          3
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The I Zingari got 140 within the two games.

J.C. Hawkeshaw

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No 478

A great many races have taken place this half, as well as cricket matches, Liddell very liberally giving “early Plays” when asked for among the Principal Races were between our Eight and the Leander, and also with the Old Westminsters. For further practicalities see Water Ledger & cricket etc.-



No 436

This day Au 5th was the annual Town Boy and Queen Scholar match which ended in favour of the latter by 17 runs. For further particulars see Cricket Ledger. The following are the names of the Players on the Town Boy side.

B. Berens
A. Salvin
E. Fellows
P. Skipworth
S. Fellows
Hon E. Bourke

R. B. Berens Prin. Opp.

No 409

Today (Ap. 30/51) our elevens played a match at Fields with an Old Westminster eleven in wh. we were victorious, the game being decided by the first Innings (v. Cricket Ledger). It may here be mentioned, that Liddell who it seems had led us to believe that we were to have an early play, sternly refused to grant it when the time came. He however at the petition of the Captain, with great liberality (?) granted us a late play.

J.M. Murray

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