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The following are the scores of tho fnterprovinoial match played yesterday afternoon: Ladies’ Doubles. Mrs. Trench and Miss Lloyd (Ulster) beat Misa Lambert and Miss Heard (Leinster)—ls-6, 15-6. Mixed Doubles. Miss Lambert and R. H. Lambert (L.) teat Misa Leech and E. S. Daahwoo