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SVORTTFA^^A:- TOIES- [BY THE OLD UK.] The Glamorganshire Golf Club played a match against Weston on Saturday, when the South Walians inflicted a most crushing defeat on the Weston men by 2Y holes to seven. The Llanelly Football Club Sports will be held on Saturday next (under A.A.A. andN.CIU. rules), when the events will include one mile, 120 jards, and quarter-mile flat races, and one, two, and three mile bicycle races. The second practice match of the Swansea Eleven did not prove a very interesting affair. The cricket was better than that of the previous week, but the wintry yvind nipped all enthusiasm and caused the fielders to do sprints to keep up the circulation. A try, Charles," shouted one spectator to Coke as he raced in his sweet old way aiter the ball, and thac jocular remark brought up visions of football which would have been much appropriate in the weather. Simpson again exhibited pretty and attractive cricket, his strokes, especially his late cuts, being exceptionally line. He is only a youngster yet, and should develop into a really good bat. His 35 was scored very cleanly, and it seemed hard lines that when he had got set he should have had to bow to the umpire's decision respecting the proper place for his leg. Bancroft and Letcher were also in form, the former knocking spots" off the besriing for about half-an-hour. when he fell to a rather foolish stroke. O'Leary was the most successful trandier for the youngsters, the rev. father's medium tIMe breakers from rcmnd the wicket bothering the batsmen tremendously. Shepherd fielded -?RE41, and effected two brilliant catches. The spectators imagined that the second teamers would walk in procession to and from the wickets, but were agreeably surprised. Shepherd and Griffiths played the trundling with confidence, and at seven o'clock they had registered 68 for three wickets. They thus made a very creditable draw.

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