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SUMMER SPORTS. CRICKET. Bancroft has made 200 for Glamorgan this seaboii, and hu:s %ver.ge ol?'33. 'be to- 4?(iorer -?or Aberxvuo againc,Swan- sea an S,%turday was -ioung (iregory, the o-L the Aber&,von Y..M.C.?li. C-.sett, the youn6, lio-wler who plaved 'or Aberavon on Saturday, and who has such a curious deliverv, is the captain of the Margam Club. Sid Curnow played "Hamlet" with the Merthyr bafsmeB at the St. Helen's ground last Saturday. He took seven tickets for 9 runs. E. W. Jones's absence from the Swansea te p.m on Saturday was due to nn injury to his j right hand, sustained while trying to catch a ball a day or so prcviously- I It was the tail-or, rather, the alleged tail —of the Swansea team that did tho scoring on Saturday against Aberavon. It was the latest instance of tho tail wagging tne dog. The highest individual scoro made for 'I Glamorganshire this vear was Mr. H. B. Letcher's 156. Letcher is third on the averages with 38 for fire completed innings. Dick Thomas, the greundsrnan of the Morriston Club, says he Kept, out of thc-i running for the secretarial chair at the tin- plate town in order to qualify for the one just vacated by "Mister" Bryant! The Athletic News observss that Bancroft saved Glamorgan from certain defeat by his batting on Thursday last4 though at the time he was suffering excruciating pain from a carbuncle 011 Jus neck. The same journal observes that throughout the fceason -> W.J'e fielding has been admirable. Tom Iiavry and Juo. Davies bowled well ,or St. Clcu ELg, ,nst '?Nlynoycldbach on 9L ."iiing f,, S,,itti,-dav, tije fori-,icr 'i *ve -*Nicket,,? for r,Dorui,,san.dthc-,I,ttter four ivielin.i .?.r 101 run-.?, Ttte (,L' ;-)iLn E,.n,, .1 ciie of tLe game. The Pv-mbrey cricket tcara appear to do much belter when their captain (G. P, Lewis) Is nLt Liav".Ilg wi4.11 thori tiialj wlien lie ,3 I)ossing Lk43 sli(3w.?' Oti he wes dutn- for l,lanell.v at an- the L'uri-y Pol,t:laijFt evidt:r.L?y eid not, r,iss iiis fierrices, by tiie crusl;;og defczlt administered to Morristou by 141 runs for eight wickets to 0'2 scored by all out. O. C. Bond, for Burrv Port, was in splendid form on Saturday anI had the hardest luck in 1 being runots wheu bo was getting v>eil set, I Lt i, r, -? contr t;Leil,3 to the rcor.e. He 1-,&,s a'V"y Style, l,'Iliell Nias iliucii adw,?'rel by the large number of spectators who j witnessed the match with Morriston, FlII brother Frank also distinguished himself ;i.¡;S a smart fielder.

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