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Shots for Goal. Treherbert Ex-Schoolboys have a record which is most worthy of note. In the first place, they have not been defeated in a single League match this season. Altogether, 128 points have been scored for them, whilst only 24 points have been registered against them. They have only one more League match to play. A challenge has been accepted by Pontypridd All Blacks Reserves to play Treherbert Ex-Schoolboys for medals. The Treherbert Northern Union team did not play a match on Saturday. Four League points were at stake in a match between Blaenrhondda A.F.C. and Fernd'^e Tutor Juniors which was played on Thursday last. Blaenrhondda emerged victors by a goal to love. The Blaenrhondda Soccer Team seems to be doing well. They occupy the second position in the Third Division of the 1 South Wales League. Five players of Treherbert Athletics were included in the team which repre- sented the Rhondda District against the Pontypridd District in the inter-League match played at Trebanog on Monday. Of those players, R. Morgan was honoured with the position of captain of the Rhondda fifteen. It is rumoured that the Welsh Foot- ball Union have purchased the Treherbert Football Grounds outright. If that is so, then it. is certain that an Amateur Rugby team will be formed at Treherbert for next season. Treherbert United A.F.C. fielded a, very strong team against Rstrad Lads in the match which was played at Treherbert on Saturday last. The United won com fortably by 3 goals to nil. Ton did very well in their mid-week fixtures in the South and West of Elig land. Weymouth were defeated by 5 goals to 1. This is a creditable perform- ance when it is taken into consideration that Weymouth called in the services of some players from the district. The boys drew with Bath City. Farrant, the erstwhile Ton forward, now dons the jersey of the men from the city of spires. On Saturday, the Reds met their old rivals, Mardy, in a friendly game. The score read 2 goals each. The cupholders djid not field their strongest team. Russell was missed from the ranks, especially when the penalty came for Ton, which Hugh Williams failed to negotiate. Joe Edwards again demonstrated his ability to hold his own in the half-back line. What is the reason the committee d.o not give the lad a chance? They should certainly encourage talent. Fyfe, the Ton skipper, returned again to the fold on Saturday, and played a dashing game on the right wing. He scored a lovely goal, which Williams, the home custodian, never saw.

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