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The World,of Pastime. By "Jhe Sportmg Scribe." CAERPHILLY v. CHEPSTOW (St. Mary's). This match was played on the ground of the former on Saturday. The homesters had the best of the game during the tirst half, the visitors having to aetcad a good deal. Half time arrived with nothing scored. Soon after the restart Goss, one of the visiting halves getting hold, scored a try which was converted. The homesters gradually took play town to the visitors 2o. C. Davies got hold from a scrum about five yards from the visitors' goal, and passed out to Lewis, but Goss intercepted the pass, and after traversing the whole length of the field, scored a try, which v.: s not im- proved upon. Soon after this th esame player scored his third try which was goaled. Just before the call of time, C. Davies scored a try for the homesters, which remained un- converted. Final soore: -Chepstow (8: Mary's two goal, one trv; Caerphilly, one try. ABERCYNON v. BELLE VUE BOYS. The above junior league match was played on the grounds ut the former 011 Saturday. Mr Tom Phillips Pontypridd, officiated as referee. In the opening stage of the game the visitors played splendidly, but when once the homesters settled down they gave their opponents a very ansious time of it. The scoring opened after a most determined run by George PageL (captain). This had the effect of arousing the homesters still more, and the visiting full-baok, having his kick charged Enabled Harry Johnson to score. Neither of these were goaled. Sam Paget then experienced hard lines in rot scoring after a splendid effort on his rut, The visit- ing goal was now the scene of a hot attack but the defence was particularly good. The second half added three more tries, all scored by Dai Lewis with commendable praise. H. Johnson was successful with one kick. The visiting forwards proved themselves a very smart and clever lot, although lacking in the essential quality of weight. Some of their backs were also very conspicious, whilst others performed indifferently. The homesters played admirably, and with a little more "luck" would have augmented the score of 1 goal, 4 tries to nil. YSTRAD RHONDDA v. ABERAMAN. This League matclb was played on the grounds of the former, and resulted in a. win for the homesters by two tries to nil. Ystrad Thursdays v. Aberavon Thursdays, Played on the grounds of the latter, and resulted in a win for the visitors by a penalty goal to nil.

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