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FOOTBALL.

THE WELLINGTON MATCH.

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THE WELLINGTON MATCH. And now for the Wellington match. The Welling* ton club can put a fine team in the field when they choose. It will be remembered that when Newport were at the heigtb of their glory, the Wellingtoniona scraped up a lot of country players—including international?", and almost succeeded in defeating the invincibles. This year they are going pretty strongly too. Last Saturday they drew with Bridgwa. er, r although they took up only a weak team, and Q 0 on Saturday next, they mean to give Penarth a doing—if they can. They are bringing a very strong team, inclnding one of the Haudcocks, and they intend to make things hum. Mermagem is a man that must be watched he is a fine playerj and gave Bridgwater a lot of trouble last week. It is to be hoped that Penarth will arise to the occasion, and show the visitors that the Seasiders have some. thing in them. On the other hand, we may depend upon it, tl)3 YY el!ingtonian« are anxious to emulate the Barnstaple men of last year who inflicted a de- cisive defeat on Penarth.

FINAL SCORE.

IGhurch of England Tempsrance…

MATCH WITH ROCKLIFFE.

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