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Among the Juniors. I By MUDDIE D OAF." '(. Association. ..r THE ABERDARE AND DISTRICT JUNIOR ASSOCIATION LEAGUE. Great Western Rovers v. Crescents.- Flayed at the Park on Saturday last be- fore a large, and enthusiastic crowd. Re- feree, Mr. Abraham Jones, Cwmbach. The Rovers were fully represented, whilst the Crescents were minus Jack Moses and Eynon, two notable forwards.. Jack Jones started for the Rovers, who immedi- ately became the aggressors, and Teddie Evans relieved. As the result of pretty combination indulged by Gecrge King and Donovan, the later sent in a shot which went behind. A "foul" given against Vater of the Rovers for infringe- ment of rules resulted in the Crescents obtaining a free kick, from which Joe Lewis scored. The '"Loco boys' after- wards set up a hot attack, but met with a stubborn resistance. The next bit oi play of note came from Will Thomas, who dribbled the ball close up to the Crescent's quarter, but his centre was not made use of, the ball going behind. Fine play by King placed the Rover's goal in danger, but Whittle and Jackson were safe. From a melee in front of goal, Tom Phillips scored the, Crescent's second goal. The Rovers increased their attack with fine footwork, which culminated in Jim Davies scoring for them from a cen- tre by Will Thomas. Half-Time Score: Crescents 2 goals. G.W. Rovers 1 goal. 1- 0: Tom Phillips restarted for the Cres- cents, who were now compelled by the Rovers' backs to retire, Whittle and Jackson playing a sterling game. The Westerners afterwards penned their op- ponents in their own territory, and ex- perienced extremely hard lines in not scoring. Capital play by Cliff Brain shw Behenna getting possession, and running up on the right, he was soon checked by Whittle, who cleared with a huge kick. The "Sheds" then set up a hot attack, and succeeded in rushing the leather through, the aperture, but the referee refused the point on the plea of the player being off-side. The Crescents seemed to lose the dash that characterised their play in the initial half, and their backs were weak in relieving. Neverthe- less, the Rovers played up brightly, chiefly through Organ and Will Thomas, and although they shot time after time at goal, no score was registered. They subsequently missed several chances of netting. Final Score. Crescents ( 2 goals. I G.W. Rovers. 1 goal. Had the Crescents played so good in the second half as at the start, they would have added more goals. True, they great- W missed the services of Eynon and Moses. Evelyn Davies was ever to the front for the "Loco bays," centreing finely all to no purpose, as his inside men failed to make use of them. The halves played well, Organ being the most prominent. Jackson and Whittle were in excellent fettle, and so was Daniels, the goalman. Trevor Jones, Jim Davies, and Jack Jones were the pick of the for- wards. On the Crescents' side, Joe Lewis played well, whilst Brain, Teddie Evans, Tom Phillips, and Behenna were also good. -:0: Cwmbach Lilywhites v. Gadlys Rovers. —Played at the Ynyscynon Grounds, Cwmbach. Referee, Mr W. Ellery, Cefn- pennar. Both sides played reserves. At the outset the Cwmbach men were the better team through sheer perseverance in following up, and ultimately scored a goal through Lot Williams from a cross- shot by W. R. Jones. The latter also added a second goal. An attack by Gad- lys resulted in their forwards causing a melee in front of the Cwmbach goal, from which Tom Howells scored. -:0:- On the day's form one side was as good as the other, and Gadlys, lost through the poor play in attacking by one or two of their men; but Willie Thomas was an exception. Cwnibach made good use of Hobbs' hesitation in the act of clearing, and the goals were fully deserved. Lot Williams, Gilbert Davies, and Will Rees Jones were all-round clever forwards on the home side, whilst W. Thomas, Dai Hosvells, Leonard Ford, Tom Howells, and Jack Thomas did remarkably well for Gadlys. Next Saturday Gadlys will meet the invincible, Crescents at the Park. -:0:- Final Score:- Cwmbach Lilywhites 2 goals. Gadlys Rovers 1 goal. o: Aberdare County School v. Neath County School.—Played at the Park on Saturday last. In the first half Neath did most of the attacking, their efforts; however,, being rendered futile by the splendid back play of Mr. Edwards and Wallie Williams. In the second half Trevor M. Williams and Owen Evans combined well, but Trevor was apt at times to be a little selfish in not passing out to Dick Hughes. Neath opened the scoring with a splendid cross shot from Thomas. A few minutes later, from a pass by Dan Davies, Owen Evans equal- ised for the homesters. Prominent for the local lads were Dan Davies, Arthur Williams, T. M. Williams, Wallie Wil- liams, Owen Evans, and Mr. Edwards. Mr. Barrett, for the Neathites, figured prominently in breaking up the combin- ation of the liome team. Final Score Aberdare Countiy School 1 goal. Neath County School 1 goal. Next Saturday the homesters are away to Cardiff. J Aberdare Teachers' United v. Merthyr United.—Played at Glynderris Field, Merthyr. Referee, Mr. T. Williams. Aberdare started play on a very greasy turf, and succeeded in a warm attack, hut a goal kick alone resulted. The home team theaj got near the visitors' net. W. Harris and Dai Davies however defended. The Teachers cleared, and gave a warm five minutes to Merthyr. A corner to the Teachers did not improve their position, after which Marriott and Pugh were responsible for a change in the venue, some stinging shots being gi fen by Cox, which were smartly stop- ped by Jack Howells. Time after time each goal was visited, until at last 0. Evans obtained from D. E. Davies, and netted. From now on the visitors pressed, and George Davies scored with a fine shot. No further score counted up to half-time. -:0:- On the resumption play was slow and featureless. Merthyr had a chance of scoring, but the visiting defence was far too good, and they were easily beaten back by W. Harris and Dai Davies. Aberdare again had the best of the game, and for nearly ten minutes they kept up a perfect bombardment of the Merthyr goal, Delbridge saving some remarkably fine shots from Dan Davies and O. Evans, he being well supported by Pugh. After a deaD. of exchange, W. Harris, for the Teachers, made half a dozen ripping runs, and almost succeeded in scoring each time. However, in) one of them he was cruelly injured by Stafford, the home captain, who was sent off the field by his own men. Give and take play ensued, until O. Evans received from Charlie Rees, and scored a fine goal. Darkness forced the game to a conclusion, leaving the Teachers victors by three goals to nil. -:0:- The game was a very fast one. For the homesters Delbridge played well in goal. Pugh and Addison were good at back, while Cox was the best half for his side. In the forward line Marriott and Price were best. For the visitors Jack Howells was safe at goal. W. Harris and Dai Davies were not to be excelled at back, while Dan David was the best half on the field. George Davies, O. Evans, and Syd Harris were the most tpro-minemt for- wards. -:0:- Cefnpennar v. Godreaman.—Referee, Mr. Jack Jones, Aberaman. Played at Cefnpennar on Saturday last. The home- sters played two reserves, whilst Godre- aman also played substitutes. Godre- aman started operations, and Charlie Flooks in receiving passed out to Lewis, but the "Gods" obtained the ball, and made a fine but fruitless run down the field. After some hustling play Williams secured, transferred to Flooks, who re- turned to Tommy Evans, who centred with a fine cross shot, from which Will E\ans scored. Half-Time Score: Cefnpennar 1 goal. Godreaman — On the resumption Cefnpennar renewed i the pressure, but the "Gr V were deter- mined to keep the net Evfcn play ensued for some time, both teams being very backward in combination. Godre- aman defended their quarter well until Cefnpennar resumed their aggressive tactics, and ultimately gained another victory through Will Evans. Final Score: Cefnpennar 2 goals. Godreaman nil. The game was hotly contested through- out, and the "Gods" deserved to score on the day's form. Their goalkeeper de- fended his side well up till the last mo- ment. The most prominent for Godre- aman were their right wing, the full- backs, and centre-forward. For Cefn- pennar Will Evans and F. Allen, the full-back, were excellent. H. Ellery, who had his trial with the first eleven, did his work well although at times he was apt to be too excited. He has won the faith of the C'efn committee, who hope to see him in the ranks of the first team. What Cefnpennar require is more atten- tion to training. -:0:- Aberaman Stars, v. Cwmbach Excel- siors.—Played on Saturday at Michael's Field. The Stars won, by three goals to nil. The scorers were Edwin Snow, Ros- ser, and Bowen. -:0:- A match was played at the Park be- tween the newly formed league team and the Aberamain Excelsiors. The League were' poorly represented, and, eventually the Aberaman eleven won the game by three goals to nil. -:0:- „ Gadlys Rovers Reserves v. Cwmbach Reserves.—Played at the Park on Satur- day. The Cwmbach boys were altogether a heavier lot, and the game, which was warmly waged, resulted in a win for the visitors. Final Score: Cwmbach Reserves 3 goals. Gadlys Rovers 2 goals. -:0:- South Wales land Mon. League,- 2nd Division.—Merthyr Vale v. Cwmaman.— Played on; the former's ground before a large crowd. Cwmaman emerged tri- umphant to the tune of 3 goals to 2. The Cwmaman halves, led by Danny Thomas, were particularly effective. The Valians were outclassed at forward, in which de- partment the Cwm boys combined well. Cwmaman's superiority was also notice- able at full-back, where Berryman and his partner played cleverly. o: Next Saturday Cwmaman entertain Gilfach Goch in the fimt round of the South Wales Junior Cup Competition. Last year Cwmaman worked their way into the Semi-Final Round, and were beaten by Pembroke. However, on their present form I see no reason why the Cwm boys should not win the cup and league together. Final Score: Cwmaman 3 goals. Merthyr Vale 2 goals. THE SCHOOLBOYS' LEAGUE. Cwmaman v. St. Fagans. — For some time even play characterised the game, the Saints' forwards playing a sound de- fensive game. Ultimately Pugh broke away on the wing, and after some pretty dribbling scored Cwmaman's first goal. At the interval no further score had been registered. The Saints, however, be- came the aggressors in the second moiety, and it looked as if they would secure a victory, when after some passing George Edmunds equalised matters. Afterwards the respective forwards indulged in a pretty assault-at-arms, when the Cwm lads gained ground from a burst, and Jack Hughes following up, scored a second goal for the Cwmamanites. J. H. Davies added two more goals. Final Score: Cwmaman 4 goals. St. Fagans 1 goal. -:0:- Park v. Abernant.—In this match the YSgol! Comin lads were altogether a better combination, and scored two goals through Willie Williams (better known by his sobriquet "Pinky"), and Burton. Abernant, despite this reverse, played up pluckily, but the trend of play, especially in the second half, was decidedly against them. Final Score: Park School 2 goals. Abernant nil. —: o — Higher Grade v. Cwmdare.—On Satur- day the invincible Gradians failed to give a good show against the Cwmdare boys, who, although they eventually lost the game, gave the leaders a warm time. The backs were conspicuous. The scorers were Clayton and Owens. Verily the "All Whites" of the local schools should take care of their reputation. Final Score: Higher Grade 2 goals. Cwmdare nil. -:0:- Town School v. Industrial.—The first incident of note was a fine run, by Aubrey for the Industrial, but he was tackled by Jenkins, who cleared. Idris Evans was then cheered for grand play in goal for the Town. Bevan and Paxford made a run from half way, and the Industrial goal had a lucky escape. Half-time ar- rived with no score. The. Town boys at qnce fairly bombarded )the Industrial goal. Charlie Williams, the Town cen- tre, struck the post, and the shot re- bounded off. The Industrial were kept continually in their own quarters. Evan Lewis placed some grand centres, but the Town centre was not there to take them. Aubrey broke away on two occasions, and scored each time. The Industrial thus won a most exciting game, after hav- ing had much the worst of it. For the Town Idris Evans iru goal and Burgess at back played finely, whilst Tommy Oliver, a fourth standard midget, with Aubrey of the Industrial, was the best forward on the field. For the. Industrial Aubrey was easily the best. The Town were most unlucky to lose their unbroken re- cord, as they were the better balanced team, and were continually pressing. Final Score: Industrial 2 goals. Town nil. -:0:- .National v. Robertstown.—Played at the Park. The Nationalists were still minus the services of Reggie Brayshaw, that versatile left-winger who is at pres- ent on the injured list. The Robertstown lads are at present going strong, and they made a good impression on Saturday. Some give and take play ended in Rich- ards and Evan Evans scoring twice for the Nationalists, whilst Dick Rees equal- ised matters for Robertstown. After the interval Harold Mathias again scored for the National lads on two occasions. Not to be denied, Wigmore scored a third goal for "Tresalem." Final Score: National School! 6 goals. Robertstown 3 goals. -:0:- Ynyslwyd v. Cwmbach. Played at Michael's Field. This game was chiefly confined to the forwards of each side. At the outset Harris scored for Ynys- lwyd, who led at the interval. On the resumption the Ynyslwyd boys again showed their grit in beating their oppon- ents with another goal scored through Levi Williams. Final Score: Ynyslwyd 2 goals. Cwmbach nil. -:0.- Blaengwawr v. Capeoch.-Played at the same field before a good attendance. This match, however, was very lukewarm all through, the Blaengwawr lads being too good for their opponents. The Gwawr lads scored goals through W. H. Davies and Tommy Hughes. Final Score: Blaengwawr 4 goals. Capcoch nil. -:0:- Rugby. The Aberaman Cynon Juniors had a vacant date on Saturday. Two of their players—Sam Jones and Jennings—as- sisted the Aberdare Rugby fifteen against Treorky, when Sammy scored one of the tries and made an opening for'another. Our premier organisation would benefit in securing the assistance of such a pro- mising young man. Again, Owen Wil- liams, the erstwhile Treeylnonite, and Thursday man, played wing-three-quarter for the firsts. -:0:- Pengam United v. Trecynon R.F.C.-On Saturday last Pengam United visited Trecynon. The Monmouth lads brought a very strong side over, whilst the home- sters had to play minus D. Watking and Bert Millard. The game was a hard one throughout; in fact the best at Roberts- town this season. Pengam, although the heavier team, was certainly not the better team. The Pengam forwards had an in- clination to push in the scrum before the scrum was practicalljy formed, and were called up on several occasions, but once the Trecynon, forwards were "down" the Pengam forwards could not move them at all. The visitors scored the first try, but the kick for the goal failed. There was a doubt regarding the try, and the Pengam referee gave the benefit thereof to his "pals." Nothing more was scored. Final Score: Pengam 1 try. Trecynon nil. The Trecynonites had been beaten at Pengam by a try to nil. The homesters made a gallant attempt in the last half on Saturday to equalise, but it was no good. The visitors were on the home line the whole of the last 15 minutes, but they could not cross. Tylorstown is expected at Trecynon next Saturday. -:0:- Cwmaman 2nd. v. Ystrad Mynach. Played at the Fforchaman Field on Nov. 4th. Score: Cwmaman 5 goals; Ystrad Mynach, nil. The scorers for Cwmaman were Tom Geal (2), Wm. Lewis (1), A. Hacker (1), and Dan Jones (1). Abercynon v. Cefnpennar.—Played on Saturday last at the former's ground. Referee, Mr. J. Rees, Aberaman. Aber- cynon kicked off, and the 'Pennar for- wards carried play into the home 25. The home three-quarters efforts in relieving were neutralised by the sterling defensive play contributed by the Cefnpennar cus- todian, who saved his side out of many difficulties. The visitors lost numerous chances of scoring through faulty play on the pa. t of their inside-half, who should have passed out to his backs in time. Half-Time Score: Cefnpennar Nil. Abercynon Nil. -:0:- After the interval the Abercynon for- wards packed welt) together, and after some give and take play Abercynon crossed over with a try scored about 5 yards from the touch line. The point was beautifully converted. Afterwards, CefnpeThllar tried hard to equalise mat- ters, but their forwards became erratic and lost several chances of scoring. The ensuing play was marred through dark- ness setting in. Final Score: Abercynon 1 goal 5 points. Cefnpennal. Nil. -:0:- The game was purely a forward one, and the respective backs were not enabled to shine. The Abercynon scrummagers were a better lot than their opponents, who plro lacked in healing. Yet at three-quarter Cefnpennar completely out- classed the homesters. The half-backs were evenly matched, and on the. whole the better team won on the day's form.
FOOTBALL NOTES. BY SPECTATOR. Rugby. GLAMORGAN LEAGUE. Aberdare v. Treorky.—The first home League match was played on the Ynys enclosure last Saturday, when the visitors proved to be Treorky. The latter have the reputation of possessing a very warm pack, and it was anticipated that play would be chiefly confined to the forwards. The homesters fielded without their star player, Tommy Arnold, and it was inter- esting to hear various opinions by some of the home partisans as to the pros and cons of his absence. Arnold was granted permission to play for the "All Whites" against Newport, Mog Bevan filling up the gap, while Owen Williams appeared in the thr,eequarter line. Everington was also an absentee. Treorky were with- out a couple of their usual backs, but their forwards were at full strength. Mr. W. James., Crumlin, held the whistle. -J:- Dai Jones started operations, and after several exchange kicks play settled in- side the visitors' half. Desultory play, confined to the forwards, ensued, until Bebb made a dash, but Lockman checked his career. The next incident of note was a burst by Sladen, who toed the ball and kicked across the field, when Bill Beavan availed 'himself of an op- portunity and scored, Lockman convert- ing. Half- lime Score: Aberdare 1 goal. Treorky I. nil. -:0:- On resuming, Aberdare,, pressed until Alttwood risked a flying kick, which came off. The visiting pack appeared to have the best of matters, and the home backs had their hands full to prevent a score being registered. Lockman now wrenched his knee, and had to leave off play. With only fourteen) men, Aber- dare appeared to show up better, Flooks almost going over. This seemed to in- fuse a little more spirit into the Darians, and soon afterwards their persistent at- tempts found reward in Sam Jones plant- ing the ball be'hind. The kick proved abortive. Later on the venue changed, and from a scramble Thomas forced him- self over in the extreme corner. Daly James, with an exceptional kici: from a difficult angle, placed the ball in beaut.i- ful style ever the bar. Tlnn came the surprise jacket of the match. Dai Jones resumed, and Bebb fielding, ran across. Dodging several opponents he was pre- vented making heading, .and somehow Mog Bevan got possession, and eluding beautifully, scored a brilliant uncon- verted try. 5 Final Score: Aberdare 1 goal 2 tries. Treorky i gcai. Aberdare will visit Penygraig next Saturday, but I feel rather dubious as to the result. Anyway, for such a keeffi struggle it is most unfortunate that Lock- man wrenched his knee, and it is devout- ly to be hoped that he will be sufficiently recovered to figure in the team. It wilt probably be one of the most trying or- deals Aberdare will have to face this* season. May every man jack of them be sound and fit is the unanimous wish of. their followers. -:0:- The performance of Tommy Arnold in the Swansea-Newport match has been condemned by more than one eminent critic. This has been the means of caus- ing friction amongst the Aberdare backs,, and it is to be hoped, if Arnold makes a, re-appearance in the Dare ranks, that an ultimatum, gently but fiiinly adminis- tered, will prove of some avail. -:0:- Aberdare Thursdays v. Blaenavon.— Played at the New Athletic Grounds, the- result being a magnificent win for the home side by 5 goals 5 tries to nil. This jis the record score on the Y nys en- closure. Sid Leaker at half was in fine fettle, and kept his three-quarters on the- run all through the game. -:0:- On Thursday (to-day) the Darians play their return fixture at Merthyr, where- they are almost certain to find the home- fifteen too many for them. -:0:- To-day's match against Cardiff Uni- versity has been eagerly looked forward to by the Soccer midweekers. A good, game is anticipated, with the odds slight- ly in favour of the home team. o: Association. SOUTH WALES AND MON. LEAGUE. Aberdare v. Llanbradach.—The above fixture was fought out cn the latter's ground before a good crowd. The Dare team was greatly disorganised through;- the absence of Sam Parket (the captain),. Whitoombe, Braddon, and Charlie Grin- nell, whose services however have been dispensed with by the committee. Harry Williams, Jimmy Beddoe, and Harper- three local lads-filled in the vacancies.. Under the circumstances a win for the- Darians was out of the question, but they were fully prepared to make a bold bid. for victory. Referee, Mr. Morgan Mor- gan, Nelson. -:0:- The first half was stubbornly contested, both goals having narrow escapes, Bob, Jones in goal for Llanbradach being ex- tremely liucky in dealing with some stinging shots by the Dare quintette. -:0:- The second portion proved more ex- citing than the first, the Darians bom- barding the home citadel, but without any tangible result, until a centre from.- Harry Williams enabled Harper to draw-- first blood. The Darians kept up the pressure for some time, but eventually Grundy cleared his lin¡¡,,¡,¡., aud fiftee-n minutes before time was called Hugh Jones put on the equaliser. A few minutes later Griff Williams gave his. side victory, Seaward having no chance, to clear. Final Score: Llanbradach 2 goals. Aberdare 1 goal. -:0:- The result did not come as a surprise tc' partisans of the Blue and Gold Brigade. With such a weakened team the wonder is that their defeat was not a heavier one. Seaward in goal proved a safe custodian,. saving time after time. The backs were- also in good form, while Lew Grant at right half played up to his old form. The forwards were not brilliant, but they did their best, they being all strangers, to each other's style of play. The only forward who played in his old position, wa,s Talbot, the outside left. -:0:- The suspension of Sam Parker has- caused great dissatisfaction in the dis- trict. The action of the, referee in order- ing the Dare captain off the field, and himself throwing up the ball, showed a want of knowledge of the rules of the game. The League Committee, however,, ruled otherwise, and if they do not up- hold the ruling of their referee, who, will ? But it is quite time a few capable referees were unearthed who can be relied upon to act in an impartial spirit.
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