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Football Chat. The, following team will represent Peny- graig in their League match with Maesteg at Maesteg:âBack, Tom James; three- quarters, J. A. Williams (capt.), W. Richards, Marchant, and Hanford; half- backs, D. Williams and D. Ingram; for- wards, F. Shugar, G. Matthews, J). Rees, J. Jones, R. Parry, G. Mead, J. Mort, F. Jones, Bowen. Reserve half, D. R. Miles. Cwmparc played their second home match of the season on Saturday. Their opponents were Aberavon and Port, Talbot United, a team that every year secures a high position in the Swansea Association League. Cwmparc, realizing the youth and com- parative inexperience of its players, had some forebodings of the result, but. they gave the visitors a dashing and severe game. In the first half the homesters, through sterling play by their centre for- forward, Idris James, scored two goals to the visitors' one. In the second half, however, the. superior passing and stamina of Port Talbot told, and they found the net twice, eventually emerging winners of a stiff contest by three goals to two. The result was satis- factory enough to the homesters, and, they look forward to their future fixtures with more confidence. Next Saturday "hey play the Nantymoel Athletic Club at home. On Thursday the Porth Shop Assistants Rugby Football Team had a very successful encounter with Treorchy Thursdays, on the Llwyncelyn ground. Mr. Johns, Cymmer, the captain of the Porth team, had his men in good form. The scores were:âPorth, 1 goal, 3 tries; Treorchy, nil. On Saturday last the long expected con test between Barry Unionists and Porth A.F.C. took place. The interest on this occasion was. greater than that on any other, inasmuch as it was the first round for the Welsh Cup. As Porth drew with Barry Unionists the previous Saturday at Barry, the prospects of the club were very favourable to success. There was an unusually large number of spectators pre- sent. From the start Porth outclassed their opponents in all parts. For the visitors*, Williams, Stevens, and Sutton were by far the best men. Grant, Idris Edwards, and W. Watkins scored the only goals for Porth in the hrst half. Scores: Porth, 3 goals, Barry, nil. By this success Porth enter the second round for the Welsh Cup, i.e., if the pro- test about the ground urged by Barry proves non-successful.

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