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MONDAYS COUNTY MATCH AT PONTYPOOL.

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MONDAYS COUNTY MATCH AT PONTY- POOL. The following will represent Monmouth- shire in the first county mutch of the season, with Glamorgan, at Pontypool on Monday next:Ba,ck, R. Baker (Tredegar); three- quarter backs, D. P. Jones (Pontypool), J. P. Jones (Pontypool), Jaek Evans (Pontypool), and Evan T. Morris (Pontypool); half-ba-cks, W. Harvey (Tredeg-) and W. Moses (Pill Har- riers); forwards. George Travers (Pill Har- riers). H. Da,vies (Pill Harriers), E-ees Thomas (Pontypool), Tom Lewis (Abercarn), Joe Win- mill (Abertillery), Enoch Hughes (Tredegar), J. Foley (Brynmawr), and A. Baytou (Bryn- J. Foley (Bi mawr). In all probability, the team will turn out as selected. Monmouthshire will play in white jerseys. MP R. D. WILLIAMS'S (MERTHYR) XI. V. MR. GEO. DANCE'S (CHINESE HONEYMOON) XI. At Penydarren Park, Merthyr, by permission of Mr. W. W. Meredith and the committee. Merthyr team, two goals; Mr. George Dance's Company, nil. The Merthyr team were enter- ta.ined at the theatre after the match by Mr. Will Smithsou. NORTHERN UNION. Hull Kingston Rovers. Z&; ronwrcracx, a. Swansea Thursdays, 1 goal, 1 try; Aberavou 1 dropped goal, 3 tries. Penygraig Thursday. 1 dropped goal; Fossils, 2 goals, 1 try. Blackheath. 25; Royal Engineers, 6. Newport Thursdays, nil; Newport Rowing Clttb, nil. THE WELSH AMATEUR CUP. The draw for the first round of the Welsh Amateur Cup Competition is as follows: â Division 1.âPwllheli and Portmadoc, byes. Division 2.âLlanrwst 7. Holyhead Swifts, Bangor Swifts V. Llandudno Amateurs, Sa- ndy- croft. v. Colwyn Bay, Prestatyn a bye. Division S.-Blacli Park v. Druids, Rhos Rangers v. Acrefair, Chirk v. Johnstown Amateurs, St. Martin's v. Weston Rhyu. Division 4.âLlandrindod Wells, a bye. Division 5.âRuthin v. Bala Press, Corwen a bye. Division 6.âWhitchurch v. Ellesmere Volun- teers; lilanfyllin, Llanymynech, and Oswes- try United, Dyes. Division 7.âAberystwyth and Towyn Rovers, byes. Division 8.-Ruthin Rood (Wrexham) v. Gwersyllt, Oak Alyn Rovers v. Hightown In- stitute (Wrexham). Rhosddu Villa v. Rosseti. St. Mark's (Wrexham) v. Gresford, Buckley Engineers v. Alvii Wanderers, Burntwood I United (Buckley) a bye. Esclusham White Stars. Bangor, Llangollen, and Newtown North End, last season's semi- finalists, and Flint, Singleton and Coles, Wrexham Victoria. and Brymbo Victoria, are exempted until the third round. The first- paired clubs have choice of ground, and the tiss are to be played on or before November 18.

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