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LOCAL FOOTBALL MATCHES. 1 I LLAXBLLY v. NEATH.âThis match was played I at Neath on Saturday in good weather. The only I disadvantage was a strong wind. A special traio I was run from Llanelly and a large number of scarlet enthusiasts accompanied their favourites. The teams wers as follows Neath Back, Brooks; three-quarter backs, Bill Jones, H. Jones, J. Rees, I and C. Powell; half-backs, W. J. Williams and T. I Hopkins forwards, Jim Reynolds (captain), M. Reynolds, T. Thomas, S. Davies, D. Evans, E. Vigors, Johnson, and J. Linnard. Llanelly Back. Joe Davies; three-quarter backs, M. WilliamS, Badger, Evan Lloyd and M. Bevan; half-backs, Ben Davies and D. Davies; forwards, W. Morris, D. J. Daniels, Steve Thomas, W. J. Thomas, P. J- Davies, and D. E. Griffiths. Referee: Mr. Tea Thorogood, Swansea. In the first half not a point was scored. After changing euds, Llanelly quickly asserted their superiority and Daniels scored- This was the only point registered and Llanelly therefore won by a try to nil. LLANG-ENNECJH V. KIDWELLY (CUP-TIE).âTBI* match was played at Stradey on Saturday last- Both teams were strongly represented. Early In the first half Llangennech shewed that they Bad more combination than their opponents. However Kidwelly played up pluckily until half-time was called. During the second half some fine passing was witnessed on the Llangennech side, try after try being scored in rapid succession. Kidwelly did all in their power to avert disaster, but of no avail* Their defence was very weak and could be easily jj got through. The final score was: Ilangennech, 3 aroals. 5 Kidwellv. nil. c' 1 I MOEFA EANGEBS v. BURRY PORif (CUP-TIE>-7 These teams also tried conclusions on Saturday at; Stradey. Both teams had been in hard training I for the encounter. The Rangers were seen to I better advantage all through the first half and, hardly gave their opponents a look in. In the ( second half matters went against Burry Port and try as they would they could not get through the i defence of the Rangers. Final score: Rangers, I goal, 2 tries Burry Port, nil. CAMBBIAN (LLANELLY) V. MARITIME (BURB^ j POET).âThis match was played at Burry Port 011 Saturday. The game was of a rough and uninterest' I ing character. However, the Cambrian had the best of matters all through and ran out winners by 2 goals, 1 try, to nil. t

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