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Glamorgan Rifle Meeting at Margam,' Winner of the Talbot Memorial. Beautiful "weather prevailed at M?*rgam 00. Monday, when the Glamorgan Rifle As- sociation's 46th acntuai prize mating com- tnenEod, but m the evening the light became -May bad, and shooting at 600 yards tor uhe Association Prizes had to cease. Last yea-r the number of entries received was 97; this year they numbered 141, an iracrease of 50 per 08m. Surely aJl excel- lent testimonial to "W.T." as ban.. secre- tary. Major Befl, of the Welsh Tweaty, was on the scene, and. it "was gathered that sortie correspondence was still proceeding regard- ing the BssAey incident and the Welsh team s "withdrawal from the National Challenge Trophy. There were some good scores in the com- petition for recruits and efficient Volunteers who had never "won a single prize oi £ 1. At 500 yards, Pte. Thomas, 3rd V.B., made 55 out of the 35 possible. Corpl. Morris's aggregate fer tHa three Baages was 103 out of a possible 105, and he Looks like topping the prize winners. TYRO PRIZES, 200 Yaxds (late Nursery Stakes); in kind :— Corpl. A. W. Bryan, 3rd V.B., 12/6 a-j- Pte. Sam Thomas, 3rd V.B., 12/6 29 Pte. Sam Davies, 3rd V.B., 7/6 Pte. P. Lewis, 3rd V.B., 7/6 29 COTT>1. Johr. Jones, 3rd Y.B., 7/6 ^8 Pte. J. H. Cross. 3rd V.B.. 5/- Lanoe-sergt. C. J. Evans, 2nd V.B., 5/- < £ o GREGORY PRIZES tin kind), at 20u yajds :— Corpl. A. W. Bryan. 5rd V.B., 7/6 31 Pte. Sam Thomas, 3rd V.B., 5/6 29 Pte. S. Davies, 3rd V.B., 3/6 2B Carpi. J. Davies, 3rd V.B., 3/6 28 ASSOCIATION PRIZES, Second Series; j seven rounds at 500 yards; frrst prize, £5 given by Messrs. R. B. and S. H. Byass), 2nd prize £ 3, 3rd prize £ 2, 4th prize £ 2. Corpl. T. Lewis, 2nd Y.B. Welsh, £ 3. 35 Corpl. D. J. Morris, Swansea, £ 3 35 Pte. B. Hughes, 3rd Glam., £ 3 Tpr. W. Davies, Glam. I.Y., £ 3. 35 Pte. T. Hopkins, 2nd V.B.. £1 10/- 34 j Sergt.-major King, Glam. I.Y., £1 10/- ä4 Col.-sergt. E. Price, 3rd V.B., JEl 10/- ä4 Ssrgt. R. P. Owen, 2nd V.B., £ 1 34 Corpl. J. Shannon, 3rd Y.B., £ 1 33 Col.-sergt J. T. Williams, 3rd Glam., £ 1 30 Pte. A. F. Berry, 3rd V.B., £1 33 Pte. D. R. James, 2nd V.B., £1 c3 Corpl. W. P. Reynish, 3rd V.B., 15/- 33 t Pte. D. Watkins, 3rd Glam., lrl 33 Pte. A. E. Mather, 3rd Glam., 15/- 33 Pte. S. Thomas, 3rd Glam., 15/- 33 Mr. M. Jones, 15/- 33 j Pte. J. L. Williams, 3rd Gfeun-, 15/- 32 Pte. J. Andrews, 3rd Glam., 151- 32 Pte. T. Jenkins, 2nd V.B., 10/- 32 Pte. E. W. Roderick. 2nd V.B.. 10/- 32 Lance-sergt. A. Howells, 3rd V.B.. 10/- 32 Tpr. T. H. Richards, Glam. I.Y., 10/- 32 Corpl. W. Davies, 3rd Y.B., 1C/- 32 Pte. J. Howells, 3rd V.B., 10/- 32 TYRO PRIZES (5CO yards) :— Pte. Sam Thomas, 3rd V.B., 15/- 33 Co L-sergt. Gold worthy, 3rd V.B., 10/6 32 Inspector EdwaircLs, 7/6 Corpl. John James, 3rd V.B., 7/6 32 Sergt. E. R. MaieGwjgor, 3rd V.B., 7/6 31 j CcrpL J. P. Rees, Glam. I.Y., 5/ 31 Pte. A. Jones, 2nid V.B., 5/- 30 j In the 600 yards third series Association Prizes (unfinashipd), Corpl. D. J. M'orris and Trooper W. R. Davies have both pat in 34.

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