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Johnny Williams plays a scientific game, And no doubt has a fine future before him. Jack Jones played a fine game against Welton. He is a tower of strength to his side. Many an opponent does his best to evade Jack's determined rushes. Norris was quite at sea on Saturday. He was simply a passenger for most of the game. Tommy Roberts is a fine success on the wing., He has good speed and is very tricky. He had decidedly hard lines against Welton. Ton have a. busy week of it. Wednes- day they journeyed to Weymouth; on Thursday, Bath City were engaged and on Saturday, Mardy will be their oppo- nents. The Ferndale All Blacks, in their match against Wattstown on Saturday last, gave the poorest display of football seen locally for some time. It is hoped that they will make a change before the season is over. Will Jones, Rackham and Bowden were the best men of the All Blacks, while Byron was the shining light for the visitors. Treherbert Ext-Schoolboys had no match on Saturday. They had arranged a match against a team to represent the Treherbert Dandy Holiday Club. The Dandies, however, knew nothing of the affair, and at their weekly Friday night meeting, they decided that no team should play under their name on Satur- day. The Ex-Schoolboys have only two more League matches to play, and then for the medals! This team has been invincible in League engagements throughout the season. They have not lost a single League match, but they have drawn two. Porth Pupil Teachers A.F.C. should have played Pontypridd Intermediate A.F.C. at Pontypridd on Saturday last, but late on Friday the P.T.'s secretary received a telegraphic message cancelling the match. Treherbert N.U. also had a rest on Saturday. They should have played a match against Merthyr' N.U. on the pre- vious Monday at Ehbw Vale. The match had been extensively advertised, and a crowd had assembled. Merthyr journeyed to Ebbw Vale but the Treherbert team did not arrive. This resulted in a serious loss for Merthyr, and it is said that they have: reported the matter to the Northern Union. Treherbert Athletics are still third on the First Division League table of the Rhondda Old Boys' League. This, out at ten teams, is a very creditable posi- tion but Treherbert enthusiasts would like to see them at least one step higher.