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BY "MUDDIED OAF." RUGBY. Mountain Ash v. Aberavon on Satur- day last at the Mount Athletic Grounds. The Sea&ideiV team included the versa- tile Jimmy Donovan, who formerly played so ably for the Old Firm. Mr. Bolton, of Penarth, officiated as referee. For Mountain Ash: Back, Johnny Thomas; f-backs, Ainsworth, Lovelock, Dai Arthur Davies, and Griffiths; 1- backs, Wyndham Jones and Farrow; for- wards, T. Shepherd (capt.), Geo. Caple, Richard Jarman, Charlie Stone, Joe Ellery, Dai Watts, A. Jenkins, and D. A. Bowen. Half-time score: Mountain Ash, 1 try (scored by Ainsworth); Aber- avon, nil. 000 After lemon time, the homesters took up aggressive work, but failed to pierce the defence. The visitors' efforts to score were eventually rewarded when an equal- ising try was registered. The home for- wards were beaten in the tight scrum- mages but excelled over their opponents in loose mid-field play. At outside half- back, Wyndham Jones spoilt numerous chances for the home backs in sticking to the ball too long. The shining lights of the home three-quarter line were un- doubtedly Dai Arthur Davies and Ains- worth. Farrow at inside half was a de- cided success. Final score: Mountain Ash, 1 try (3 points); 'Aberavon, 1 try (3 points). I learn that there are any number of players in the district who would figure in the premier team, then why cannot the committee engage the services of the locals instead of strangers ? OOO

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