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MERTHYR (CARMARTHEN).

LLANELLY.

CARDIGAN.

TENBY.

HAVERFORDWEST.

ST. CLEARS.

I.LLANFYNYDD.

TYNYGWNDWN (CARDIGANSHIRE).

ABERAYRON.

LAMPETER.

ABERYSTWYTH.

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ABERYSTWYTH. CRICKET.âSt. MichwUs Church, v. Holy Trinity Church Clubs.âA friendly match was played between the above teams on the ground of the latter on Saturday afternoon, June 14th,-and resulted in a win for the St. M.C.C.C., by six runs. The excellence of the bowling and fielding is shown hy the dismissal of either side for such comparatively small scores in the first innings Messrs Holmes and Berry taking the first six wickets of the H.T.C.C., for two runs (the latter performing the hat trick.) E. J. Evans bowled well for S.M.C.C., and Dougall batted well for H.T.C.C., appended is the full score:âS.M.C.C âA. Holmes, 7--9; Marshall Kerry, 2-8; J. E. Evans, 4â0; G. M. Wade, 7 -0; A. H. Owen, 0-6 E. Morcom, 4â6 John Purton, 0 â4 E. J. Evans, 1--0; J. L. Purton 0â6 A. O. Hughes, 1-1; Llewellyn Jones, 0--1; extras 3â5; total, 2i)â46.âH.T.C.C.â\V. D. Evans, 0-0; J. Hordsworth 0--2; W. S. Dougell, 0â22 H. Williams, 0â0 W. Mills, o -0; T. W. Hunt, 4â2; R. Evans, 2-4; D. W. Evans, 7â5 W. Michael, 1-2; A Morris, 0â3; J. Cowley, :-2; extras 5â5. total, 22--47.

LLANDOVERY.

BETTWS BLEDRWS.

NEWCASTLE EMLYN.

BRECON.

NARBERTH.

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