FOOTBALL.|1899-10-25|Haverfordwest and Milford Haven Telegraph and General Weekly Reporter for the Counties of Pembroke Cardigan Carmarthen Glamorgan and the Rest of South Wales - Welsh Newspapers Online
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FOOTBALL. ASSOCIATION. HAVERFORDWEST GRAMMAR SCHOOL v. NEYLAND. This match was played on the school ground on Satur- day in perfect weather, before a small gathering of spectators. Neyland played on3 short, having only four forwards. The school won the toss, and Neyland kicked off down the slope, and with the sun behind them. The game proved to be fast and interesting, the ball travelling from one end of the field to the other very rapidly, and there were some exciting periods when each goal was in turn threatened. The school had the best of the game during the first half, but were untble to score, whilst Neyland scored once, leading by I goal to nil at half time. Soon after the restart Mr Turnbull made the scores level, and then Neyland scored again. This made the school wake up, and H. P. Williams after some good passing scored with a shot that hit the bar. Afterwards Mr Turnbull got through twice, and the game ended in a win for the school by 4 goals to 2. The whole of the school team played well" H. P. Williams at forward, Phillips at half back, and G. B. Williams at full back doing some exceedingly good work. The visitors' forwards played well together in the second half, but found the defence too good. Drake at full back was a very safe kick for Neyland. Mr Ifuninond officiated as referee. FEAR-NOTS v. PEMBltOKU DOCK CLLFSCENT. junior match was played at Milford Ilaven 111 spleudid football weather, ou Saturday afternoon last. For souie time the game promised to be well contested, the visitors holding their own for a while, but gradually j the Invineibles bore down on their Hues aud asserted themselves with the result that E. Walters added No. 1, tho same player soon after adding another. The home team now had the Crescent lads well in hand, and were leading at half-time by four goals to nil. Playing down the slope the home hlh ag-ain subjected the visitor's citadel to a severe onslaught, and throug-hollt this half the game developed into nothing more or less than a bombardment of the Crescent goal, with an occasional burst to the half-way line by the forwards. Goals came at regular intervals, until at the close the score read :— Fear-no ts, 11 goals Pembroke Dock, nil.

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