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LATE MR. JNO. ROBERTS, J.P.I

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PATIENTS DEFEAT j NURSES.…

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PATIENTS DEFEAT j NURSES. INTERESTING SWANSEA HOCKEY MATCH. A very interesting and enjoyable hockey match was played on the Swansea Trainihg j College ground on Thursday between the nurses and convalescent wounded flom Pare Weni Red Cross Hospital. The teams were: Nurses' XL--Goal, Nurse. Cook backs, Nurses J. Holmes, and L. Cook. half-backs. Nurses O. Gee, J. Davies, and K. Llovd; forwards, Nurses C. Daviep;I>. HNwke11, â .Reid, T. Hodgens. and N. Williams.. Patients X I.âGoal. Pte. Johnston; backs, Sei-gt. Johiistoji and Gnimei* Casey;: half-backs, Pte. W. Jones, Lance-Corpl. Jea- coke. and Corpl. Arnold forwards. Sergt. Channer, Sergt. Piper. Lance-Corpl. Basker- ville, Pte. Mills, and Pte. Bennett. The opening stages were of a give-and-take nature, eac h end of the field being visited in turn. Afterward s combined plAy by the soldiers' quintette enabled Baskerville to score two goals in quick succession, after some quarter of an hour's play. The nurses were not a bit nonplussed a,t this early set- back and played up doggedly. Just before half-time the game was hotly contested near the soldiers' goal, and, foiloVing a penalty. Nurse Re;.d scored a well-merited aoal. HALF-TIME SCORE PATIENTS-Two goals. NURSESâOne goal. < 111* second halt opened with several strong I attacks on the nurses' gCal, but l'ound defen- sive play by Nurse Holmes prevented a. score. Nurse Davies was also conspicuous for getting smartly away on two occasions when the soldiers !ooked like adding to their score. At last, some good dribbling atud passing work by Jones (Llai-elly). Piper, Channer, and Mills culminated in the last- j nameik finding the net. The soldiers re- turne to the attack and again scored through Baskerville. Towards the cloae the nurses rallied and played extremely well, Nurses Hawken. Reid, &nd Hodgens each in I' turn having hard lines for a score. FINAL SCORE: I- PATIENTSâFour goals j NURSES â-One goat

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