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IQUOITS: BARRY V. CLYDACR…

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QUOITS: BARRY V. CLYDACR VALE. Ba. ry QlOit Club met Clydach Vale in a league match on ib" g-onnd of the latter on Saturday last, and again experienced an easy victory, secur- ing the maximum score, and defeating their opponents by 66 points. Clydach Vale, being a young club, gave the visitors a good game, and at the conclusion of the match both teams sat down to dinner at the invitation of the home club. The scores werc BAKKY. CLYDACH VALE. J. Collins 21 J: Evans 18 J. Jones 21 P.C. Phillips 10 T. Collins (capt.) 21 J. Perkins 14 W. Yelland 21 W. Thomas 20 W. Giatorex 21 T. Price 12 F. Mattravers 21 J. Evans 7 F. Bray 21 J. Williaint 5 E. Barrow 21 T. Richards 16 Total. 168 Total. 102 Next Saturday, Barry, who hold the league medals this year, will be at home to Ton Ystrad, who have a strong representation, and a good game is anticipated. The final for the league champion- ship, which will be played at Merthyr on July 25th, is looked forward to with interest, and in the event of Barry obtaining a place in the final, the representative team will probably include Mr Tom Gratorex, the late captain of the club,and champicn of Wales, who is returning from West Africa on annual leave on the 18th of July.

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