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I Penarth Football Glub 1st XV. FIXTURES. 1894-95. Late Versus. I j Result Sept. 15 Ebb Vale H won 22 Pontymoile H won 20 Pontypridd H won Oct. 6 Gloucester H won 13 Morriston A won 20 Bristol A won 27 Llanelly H lost o, 3 Abergavenny A won n 10 Devon port Albion H won 17 Cardiff A won „ 24 Neath H won Dec- 1 Aberavon H won 18 Newport H lost 10 Moselev H wou » 25 Penygraig A drawn 2 Aberavon A drawn. 6 Barnstaple A won 27 Plymouth A won 29 Morriston H woo Jan. 5 Bath H won 12 Swansea Hunt r, I'd l,l A lost m 26 rjlan^lly Q won Feb. 2 Penygraig H not pl'd ,» 9 Swansea A ,? 16 Pontypridd A 23 Bristol R March 2 Newport A lost „ 9 Llanelly A lost 11 Barnstaple H lost 16 Ireland v. Wales f Bath A won ,;J?30 Abergavenny H won April 6 Cardiff H 12 Dewsbury II 13 Gloucester A „ 15 Leicester A
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