BARRY DISTRICT v. TRELEWIS (ASSOCIATION).|1893-03-24|Barry Dock News - Welsh Newspapers Online
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BARRY DISTRICT v. TRELEWIS (ASSOCIATION). The above teams met in a friendly match on the Witchill Athletic Ground, Cadoxton-Barry, on Satur- day last. The weather was grand, and a large num- ber of spectators were present to witness the game, which was an interesting and fast one from beginning to end. The visitors winning the toss, Barry had to play against the sun. Joe Woodfield, for the home- sters, commenced the game, a free kick soon after- wards being awarded to Barry, the result of which was the invasion of the Trelewis goal, some good low shots being given by the home forwards. One of the Trelewis backs relieved, and the leather was taken to the Barry territory, where Williams saved in his usual good style. The scene of action was not long in the home quarters. Sheldon obtained possession, and with the help of Drew the ball was taken to Trelewis' quarters, where Jenkins secured the leather, and with a swift shot the trick was done. After this goal the game was waged at both ends in turn, both sides playing their best, and during a visit by Trelewis to the home quarters two shots were tried, one striking the upright bar and the other going between the posts, but the goal was disallowed on the score of Trelewis being off-side. Soon after this, King, the Barry custodian, saved several well-aimed shots in splendid style. The Barry left-wing were now show- ing up well, and Trelewis kicked the ball over their line to save a squall. Sheldon gave a grand corner- kick, but Jack Woodfield thoughtlessly fisted the ball through. The kick from the visitors' goal did not relieve, for the brothers Woodfield showed some first- class pressing, and Jenkins received and scored the second goal for Barry, just before the call of half- time. On the resumption of the game, Barry were invariably occupied in the Trelewis territory, and not long afterwards Jack Woodfield obtained the ball and made a pretty run down the field and scored the third goal for Barry. The visitors took advantage of the half-way kick, and a scene of confusion followed round the Barry goal, during which Trelewis scored. After some neutral play, Joe Woodfield secured possession of the leather and succeeded in making a magnificent run nearly down the entire length of the field and did the needful for Barry. After this goal the visitors did not play up with so much vigour, and Barry succeeded in piling on the score to the extent of three goals, the final score being :—Barry, seven goals Trelewis, one. Barratt played in the place of Phillips, and G. Williams played full-back instead of half-back, the following representing the two clubs —Barry—Goal—J King; back-E Holmes and G Williams; half-back—J Parry, E Griffiths, and J Barratt; forwards—John Woodfield (captain), J Jenkins, Joe Woodfield, C A Drew, and I Sheldon. Treleivis-Goal-J Batten back—Thompson and T Jones; half-back—W Devenport, P Price, and J Watkins; forwards—J Harris, J Jenkins, E Price, W James, and W Pickerings.

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