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NOTES ON FOOTBALL

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penalty area of the home goal was the seen* of another hard scuffle, and as far as scoring was in the question, the home eleven were better off, thanks to their custodian, who again effected a wonderful clearance. it iFrom this to (half time the game was mostly end-to-end, and the chief attraction was the smart work of the Carnarvon defence. Sever- al times the home forwards tried to rush through, but their attempts with one excep- tion, were in vain. A new spirit had now over- talken Carnarvon, but it came too la:te for thean to score in the first half. At half time the score read, Pwllheli, 2; Carnarvon, 0. I (Resuming play, Carnarvon appeared to be in earnest over the gafe, but they had to put up with being confined in their own half for many minutes. Carnarvon broke through and I made headway towards their opponents' goal, and were eventually awarded a pen- I alty. Carnarvon now felt sure of their first goal, but (R. BL (Roberts, who took the penalty, kicked the ball over the crossbar. Ilt was remarked by some of his supporters, that this was the first penalty kick he had missed this season. After further press- ing on 'the part of the visitors, a corner fell to their lot. This was well-placed by J. Jones and R. H. Roberts headed the ball into the goal, only to be fisted' out by Sam Roberta. Carnarvon continued the pressing and thef Carnarvon continued the pressing and thef really deserved to score. After a number of cornel's were taken, they managed to obtain a. goal. Desperate attempts to score more goals were made by both teams, but no further additions were made to the score. < < Speaking generally, the teams were fairly even, but the Carnarvon forwards are to be blamed for their habit of continually running ,back towards their own goal, when their op- ponents are approaching. Had they not JOe- sorted to this practice, the game would cer- tainly have resulted otherwise. Hugh Rohwrts

NOTES ON FOOTBALL