Canterbury Women v Otago Women
Mary Machin Shield 1932/33
VenueHagley Oval, Christchurch on 15th April 1933 (1-day match)
Balls per over6
TossOtago Women won the toss and decided to bat
ResultMatch drawn (Canterbury Women won on first innings)

Otago Women first inningsRunsBallsMins4s6s
T Diversb Berland6     
*HU Johnstonrun out (Berland)12     
DE Broadfootb Belworthy7     
MC Bishopc Te Rangi b Symons19     
M Hollisc Fellowes b Belworthy0     
N Knowlesb Cursons8     
WA Clarkeb Te Rangi5     
+OE Danielsc Belworthy b Fellowes10     
H Robinsonc Garner b Te Rangi2     
G Bullenb Te Rangi0     
E Goodmannot out2     
Total(all out, 49.5 overs)78
Fall of wickets:
1-9 (Divers), 2-29 (Johnston), 3-41 (Broadfoot), 4-41 (Hollis), 5-51 (Bishop), 6-? (Clarke), 7-65 (Knowles), 8-? (Robinson), 9-? (Bullen), 10-78 (Daniels, 49.5 ov)
Canterbury Women bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-Balls
Te Rangi11   4163--
Belworthy11   4102--
Symons5   321--
Berland9   1111--
Cursons6   1111--

Canterbury Women first inningsRunsBallsMins4s6s
+JM Websterretired out102  12- 
S Garnerc and b Hollis23     
MJ Norman hit wkt b Hollis34     
M Richardsb Hollis32     
B Te Rangib Hollis7     
*RE Symonsc Johnston b Bishop13     
K Sullivanst Daniels b Johnston0     
BR Fellowesc Broadfoot b Hollis1     
EJ Berlandnot out6     
VE Belworthyc Broadfoot b Hollis1     
RCA Cursonsc Daniels b Hollis4     
Total(all out, 80 overs)242
Fall of wickets:
1-71 (Garner), 2-135 (Norman), 3-?, 4-?, 5-?, 6-?, 7-?, 8-?, 9-?, 10-242 (80 ov)
Otago Women bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-Balls
Knowles7   1320--
Bishop23   5561--
Hollis20   8427--
Johnston18   5331--
Divers6   1220--
Broadfoot1   060--
Clarke4   0330--
Bullen1   030--

--> Bowling in the Otago Women first innings adds 2 runs under
--> Bowling in the Canterbury Women first innings adds 4 runs over

This was the first match played for the Mary Machin Shield
Mary Machin presented the Mary Machin Shield for competition among South Island women's team. Initially, the Canterbury and Otago women's first teams played for the Shield but, after World War II, it was competed for by the second teams from Canterbury and Otago plus the first teams from Nelson, West Coast and Southland.