RUGBY. LLWYMIPIA 17pts., BRIDGEND 3. This watch, was played at the De "Wmtoa Grounds under ideal weather conditions and before a large crowd. Five -inlrlU-iK-Ya after the start, Mark Lewis caught the ball on the dap and secured a good try for his. side, but Richards failed to convert. The Bridgend quartet got into motion, but Geo. Llewellyn intercepted and simply flew along the touofo lime, only to be brought down near the line. Llwynypia- were awarded a peiialtp, and Richards kicked a splendid goal. Boon after, A. Evans, for Bridg- end, wriggled over with a try, but this was not converted. The visitors were now playing much better, and kept the homesters for a good while in their own territory. Tommy Griffiths relieved the pressure somewhat by a huge kick, which found touch near the halfway line. Up to half-time a very vigorous game was played, the Llwynypia forwards showing themselves to good advantage. During the second half, the homesters gained another 11 points, while the visitors remained at a standstill. The most prominent of their players were Tom Ev,ango in the three-quarter line, Rogers at hall, and the two Evanses in the for- wards. In the home team Mark Lewis played a brilliant- game in the quartet, and. Griffiths and Geo. Llewellyn gave a good skooount of themselves. Phillips and Beddoes played well at half, while Dick Sellings, Griddle, Storrey, and Pmkham in the octette shone brilliantly. TRHORCHY 9pts., MAESTEG 3. At this match on Saturday, a large crowd attended, despite the Ton-Pentre attraction. Treorchy started and pressed well for a time, and by means of rushes took the game within the visitors' 25 line. A general give-and-take policy was indulged in for some time, but an .excel- lent run and kick by J. W. Lewis was followed by T. O. Jones, who neatly put the leather over the bar. Spiller, with the two above-named, were never found wanting. Maesteg's pack did not play so well in eeruin work as in the, loose. Nevertheless, the visiting team put up a good fight. Wise, F. Davies. D. Lawis and Fusley took the lend for Treorchy, whilst Colman, Bees, and Ackerman were the most prominent for- Maesteg. Daly James played well at back. TREHBRBERT 3pts., MACKINTOSH 0. Although Treherbert triumphed over Cardiff Mackintosh in this match at Tre- herbert on Saturday last, it cannot be said that they deserved their victory by a penalty goal to nil. The game was little better than a scramble from begin- ning to end. The first half was nothing but a series of uninteresting scrums, caused by knocks-on in the line-out. The ball never seemed to enter the scrums properly, and here the referee showed weakness in ruling the game. For refusing to play the ball, the Mackintosh I full-back got his side penalise^, and Will i Lewis dropped a. goal for Treherbert from a fairly easy position. The forwards improved slightly in the second half, but the ball never travelled quick enough to the centres, who were always partly smothered before the ball was passed to them. If the football displayed in this match is any criterion of present-day second class Walsh football, there is no gain- saying the fact that science in the art of the handling code has deteriorated to such an extent that no surprise* need be expressed at so many former devotees forsaking the old love for the new, viz., Association. Bull, Pitman, Joe Davies, B. W. Jones and VI.; R. Jones were most prominent for Treherbert. Attley, Long, Bryant, and Meyrick appeared to be the pick of the visitors. FBRND-ALE 7pts., BARG.0ED 3. This Glamorgan League match was played at the Darran Grounds, Ferndale, on Saturday last, before a large crowd. Much mtere&t was centred in the fixture, as both ttams are young organisations of the Leagpe. The visitors have the repu- tation of being last season's champions in the knock-out competition of the Rliymney Valley League, whilst the Ilhomida boys are the knock-out winners or Pontypridd and District League. There were several changes in the home team to that which opposed Pontypridd in their last match. The visitors also suffered from many absentees, including Bob Jones, late of Ferndale, and an international forward, who, by the way, was assisting the Glamorgan Police at Neath. The home team soon assumed the aggressive, and carried play to the visitors' territory. Fine play by Danny Owen. or the wing saw Bargoed's line in danger. Several bouts of passing were indulged in by the homesters, but some- how or other the last transfer was wild, and thus many points were missed. From a scrum on the Bargoed 25 line, Biddis- eombe, receiving from his forwards, gave a, fine paJSs to his oartner, and Davies, after doubling a few players, dropped a magnificent goal. After the restart, Bargoed were pressing, and relief came to the homesters with a free kick. From another scrum, the home halves initiated a iiue bout, of passing, and this time; Danny Owen crossed in the right corner with aa. unconverted try. Im tko second half, H. V. Jones broke through on hie own, and had^ he been better supported, a certain scare would have reealted. W. John, with a beau- tiful run, relieved the pressure, and the gams remained in mid-field for some time. A rush by Bargoed forwards took play to the home line, and Syd Griffiths securing, crossed under the posts. Percy failed with the kick. The closing stages were in favour of Ferndale. 11 Dai Lewis, Dan Morgans and Harry Daviee were the pick of the home pack. Of the visiting pack, Ridge, Watts and Harries were prominent. TREORCHY OLD BOYS 16pts., PENYR- ENGLYN ALL WHITES 0. Monday was a Derby" day at Tre- herbert. A League match was played between the above teams, and the rivalry of the two sides may be described as mare than keen. As the All Whites had already been defeated by the Old Boys at Treorchy, the former were determined, if possible, to avenge their defeat at Tre- herbert. The Old Boys attacked immediately after the start. A rush by the Penyr- englyn forwards looked dangerous, but Haye fisted the ball. Treorchy were forced to concede a minor. The visiting forwards made a rush and Bob Meredith scored a try, but was injured whilst crossing the line. Will Jones failed to convert from an easy position. After Play was resumed, D. M. Evans (inside half of the All Whites) was prominent with a, fine bit of individual play. A kick by Edwards brought much needed relief to Treorchy. The All Whites were attacking when the interval arrived. In the second half, the visiting backs indulged in a beautiful round of passing. Alf. Hopkins (centreV broke through bril- liantly and transferred to Knapgate. The latter passed to Chapman (wing), who romped over easily. Will Jones con- verted. The Old 'Boys continued attack- ing. The Penyrenglyn wing, Gethin, foolishly kicked over his own line, and Chapman pounced on the ball at his feet, scoring a "soft" try. Hopkins con- verted. The last score was contributed by Au. Hopkins, who, seeing an opening, quickly dashed over with a trv. The kick at goal failed. During the whole of the second half, the Old Boys were aggressive. Without a. doubt, the out- standing player on the field was Alf. Hopkins. CASEY BOYS 25pts., BUDGET BOYS 6. The above match took place at Fern- dale on Monday afternoon. Both sets of boys are members of touring clubs. All the proceeds of the match were devoted to the Welsh National Memorial Con- sumption Fund. Sergt. Brown (the new manager of Ferndale Workmen's Institute) kicked off for the Casey Boys, who were soon on the attack. From a scrum on the half- way line, Beynon initiated a fine bout of passing, which ended in Dai Lewis scoring a beautiful ry. Caleb Phillips had no difficulty in adding the two points for the Caseys. Misfielding by W. Morris, the Caseys' custodian, put his line in danger, but Jack Coles covered and saved well, finding touch in the opponents' territory. The Caseys were again going in grand style, and this time D. J. Thomas, after running the length of the field, scored a beautiful try, Phillips majorising from a difficult corner. After this, the Lloyd Georgians warmed up and gave the "troupers" a hot time, and were awarded two penalties in suc- cession in front of their opponents' goal. Each kick went wide. In the second half, the Champions were soon the aggressors, and Jim Prce forced a minor. Shortly afterwards, D. J. Thomas made a fine burst,, but was thrown into touch near the line. From a scrum the Caseys' three-quarters were again in motion, and Dai Lewis scored an unconverted try. The Politicians forwards were great in the rushes, and Tommy Walters securing, scored an un- converted try. W. J. Evans shortly afterwards intercepted a pass from Doyle and registered another unconverted try. Dan Morgans went through with a magni- ficent try, whilst Harry Nelmes, Dai Lewis and Jim Price also scored for the Caseys. A regrettable incident was the ordering off: of Caleb Phillips, the cap- tain of Casey Boys for fouling an oppo- nent badly. D. J. Thomas (left wing) was also sent off for a similar offence. Caseys, playing thirteen men had the best of the game to the finish. LLWYNYPIA HARLEQUINS Gpts., TONYREFAIL 0. These teams met at Tonyrefail in a League match. Canon Lewis started for Llwynypia, and one of the home men returned to touch. From the line-out, the visitors took the ball towards the home 25, and from a scrum T. Thomas received, and scored. The kick for goal failed. From a rush J. Besant scored for the visitors, but the try remained uncapped."
ASSOCIATION. TON Igl., MERTHYR 1. The greatest excitement prevailed at Ton over the above match, which was played in ideal football weather before the largest crowd that has ever gathered on the Ynys. Special preparations for seating accommodation had been made by the Ton Committee in the erection of seats in front of the grand stand. Two special trains were filled and arrived from Merthyr. Both sides were well represented with the, exception that Arthur Evans' plate was taken by Russell. Prior to the kick-off, Brinley, from Merthyr, with the mascot, a bull- dog, came in for a reception, to be fol- lowed by Ton's new mascot, a lamb," decorated with the team's colours. The lamb was selected as a mascot owing to the docile and meek propensities of the team in action!! From the kick off to the final toot of the whistle excitement ran high..It came as a quiet little sur- prise to a great many to find that the scientific Merthyr team came off second best, despite the drawn game, which was no criterion of the form of the teams. It is true in the first half Merthyr showed superior combination now and again, but the keen, "take no chances" style of play of the homesters prevented the combination effecting much. With lightning-like rapidity the ball was kept travelling from one goal to another, and Tommy Roberts and Tommy Davies on the left wing were going great guns. Roberts, however, proved himself weak at the crucial moment. It is a great pity he cannot use his left foot to advan- tage. Allman fed Fyfe with great regu- larity in the. opening stages. Merthyr's goal was smartly obtained by Taylor, who did the trick after receiving a cross from Savage. After the interval, the Reds played with renewed vigour, and it was very evident that the vigorous, determined play of the homesters had completely upset the visitors' style of play. Save an occa- sional burst by the Merthyr men, Ton pressed in the danger zone for the greatest portion of the time, and many glorious chances went a-begging. Mer- thyr, too, it is only fair to state, had a few narrow saves. Ton's goal was obtained from a. mix-up in front of goal, and thus Allman equalised, amidst great enthusiasm. After this, play was still very fast, but nothing further accrued. All the Ton boys played like Trojans. Russell, at half, was a great success. Martin and Johnny Williams were a bit at sea in the first half, but redeemed themselves after the interval grandly. Gregory was in good form at back, but skipper Jack Jones was the rock that continually saved the home citadel. His defence was superb. Percival, in goal, was as safe as a house. For Merthyr, Holmes, at back, was great, and the mainstay of his side. But he and Walton adopted the big kicking tactics, from which, nothing was to be gained. Briefly summing up, Ton were the superior team, their fine uashing and bustling game gave the visitors little chance_to excel in their combination. SOUTH WALES CUP-TIE!. BARRY DISTRICT ogls., CWMPARC 3. The result of this match was the most unpalatable pill ever taken by the Cwm- parc supporters. Unfortunately, the homesters were much below their full strength, as six of their men were not registered in time for the tie; whilst Barry fielded their full Western League eleven. In the first half, Park had considerably the best of matters, in spite of Barry drawing first blood through Pinch. Jack Hughes, who essayed the position of centre forward with fair success, scored a. couple of good goals, while Will Jones converted a penalty. In the second half, Park had apparently shot their bolt, the recruits from the reserves having bellows to mend." Dai Evans, the home right full-back, was badly injured, and the District forwards, playing with tremendous clash, beat Harry Jones three times through Roberts and Pinch (2). Cwmparc's luck was dead out. LLWYNYPIA ogls., YNYSYBWL 2. The third meeting of these clubs for the qualifying round of the South Wales Junior Competition took place on the Partridge Ground last Saturday, before a large crowd. The opening stages were decidedly in favour of Llwynypia, who made repeated attacks on the, Inysvbwl goal. Owen, in goal, was responsible for many good saves, while Wallace and Bird rendered invaluable aid. The three played a very brilliant gaitie. J". Davies scored the firstv goal for the homesters. Ynysybwl pressed, and Cordon, their centre for- ward, had several attempts at goal, but his shooting was erratic, and Elliot had no difficulty in clearing his goal. Just before half-time, F. Davies again scored for Llwynypia, thus giving them a lead of two. In the second half, the homesters had the better of the game, T. Evans scoring twice, and Edwards netting easily from a corner kick. Under cover of the dark- ness, which was rapidly setting in, the visitors scored their t'wo goals of the match, the first of which was netted through W. Couch. The chief features of Saturday's game were the sprinting of T. Crump and the cool manner in which W. Edwards played. Llwynypia thoroughly deserved their win .),pl as they were by far the better team. ST. CYNON'S RES. 5gls, TREFOREST 1. This match was played at Treforest on Saturday last, in excellent weather, and before a decent crowd. It was the first League encounter for the Reserves to win this season. The homesters scored first through a miskick on the part of T. Harry, one of the Cynon's backs. After wards, though, they had no chance what- ever, the visitors being too good for them. Special mention must be made of the brilliant display of the Reserves' half- backs. The scorers were Huzzel (2), Jarman, T. Harry and Lawny. It is to be hoped that, now they have started to win, they will go on and place them- selves in a creditable position upon the League table. TYLORTSTOWN 2gls., FERNDALE THURSDAYS 1. The above teams met in a friendly en- counter on Thursday on the Darran Grounds. The visitors won the toss and were soon on the attack, and kept the home backs well on the defensive. The game, how- ever, soon changed complexion, Blake sending in a shot which the Albion*' cus- todian had difficulty in stonning. Shortly afterwards, the homesters forced a corner, but no benefit accrued. Pretty play by Brvn Lewis on the left wing resulted in the Thursdays scoring a beau- tiful goal through W. Blake. In the second half, play favoured Tylorstown. Their combination was fine for a young team, and on several occa- sions they completely demoralised the Thursdays' defence, and Muellett, on the right, was seen to beat the homesters' custodian with two easy shots in suc- cession, Ferndale thus losing their ground record. PENTRE THURSDAY JUNIORS lgl., TON CONGREGATIONAL 0. Ton had the best of the game In, the first half, but failed to score, the defence of Herbert and Morgan being excellent. The Thursdays, in the second half, were by far the best team, but poor shooting spoilt their chances. At last, E. Hughes broke away and scored the only goal of the match. CILFYNYDD Ggls., ST. MATTHEW'S (PONTYPRIDD) 0. This one-sided game resulted in a win for Cilfynydd by six clear goals. The scorers were Parkman (3), Gwilym Jones (2), and H. Phillips. The home defence was not seriously troubled, and the home goalie was not called upon once.
Shots for Goal. If anyone deserves his cap this season, it is Daly James, the Treorchv full-back. He is in excellent form, and his playing is applauded by his most severe critics. Dan Morgans, the ex-Treorchy forward, plays brilliant games this season for Ferndale. He puts his 12 stone into the scrum, and is an indefatigable worker. Yet another Ferndale and ex-Treorchy player is Freddie Biddiscombe. He plays so well that it is locally said that he is the double of Dicky Owen. Since Treorchy's encounter against Pill Harriers, D. W. Jones, the outside half, has been unable to play owing to an injury received in that game. He is greatly missed by the team, and it is said in some quarters that he will not be able to play this season. We hope such will not be the case. Lucky, indeed, were Treherbert to win their match against Mackintosh Cardiff) by a penalty goal at Treherbert on Satur- day. Neither side deserved to win, and the display of football at times was pain- ful to look at. There was not a scrap of combination among the home players. But how can they hope for combination when the players only see each other on match days? Practice is of vital importance to every young team. There was a great deal of shirking among the forwards in the scrums, and when the ball did come out to the Tre herbert side, the outside half clung on too long, and thus gave his centres very little chance of getting clear away. Much as they had determined to gain victory, Penyrenglyn All Whites were outclassed and totally defeated by Tre- orchy Old Boys in the League match at Treherbert on Saturday. The score-16 points to nil—indicates this. It was encouraging to see such a large crowd on the field. Play at times was very exciting, but far too keen. It must be regretted that two players—Geraldus Davies (forward), Penyrenglyn, and Tom Edwards (wing), Treorchy-were ordered off by the referee. W. Watts (inside half), formerly of Treherbert, played a very useful game at the base of the scrum for Treorchy. His vis-a-vis, Dai Morgan Evans, was also in great jorm, and showed snatches of brilliant individual play. The star performer, however, was Alf. Hopkins (centre), Treorchy. He was in- directly responsible for Treorchy's second try, whilst the last try of the game he scored himself, and in doing so displayed grand judgment. Treherbert Reserves played no match on Saturday. Their fixture with Cymmer was cancelled for reasons unknown. It still rests with the Reserves to lower the colours of the Treorchy Old Boys at Tre- herbert. Ferndale had another League win on Saturday by defeating Bargoed to the tune of 7 points to 3. Taking the game on the whole, the Scarlets were several more points a better team. The inclusion of Bob Jones (Rogyn) greatly improved the forward line. He has weight and speed, and always uses them to advantage. On Monday, the benefit match between the Casey Boys and the Budget Boys proved very amusing from the beginning to end. In fact, there was only one team in the game, a,nd the six points given to the Budgeters was a favour, for they scored from clean off-side play. There was an unpleasant incident in the game, which caused the referee to order off Caleb Phillips (captain of the winners) and D. J. Thomas for their fouls, but the crowd afterwards recog- nised Phillips' services to his side by carrying him shoulder high to the head- quarters. Walter had a little lam b, With fleece as white as snow And everywhere our Walter went, The lamb was sure to go. The Ton mascot, a meek Iamb," is quite In. keeping with the team's gentle style of play. The game between Ton and Merthyr was very keenly played. It reminded one of a, final cup-tie. The famous combination of Merthyr was completely smashed up by the Rhondda boys. The Reds were the better team, and 3-1 would have been nearer the score. Russell, at half, played a clinking game he gave nothing away. Jack Jones is the stonewall of his side. Gregory improves, but must still buck up. What is the reason the Ton right wing is practically starved by the kicks out? This is not manly nor sportiSmanlike: (This is meant for the players). Percival is at present in excellent form. We trust he'll not forget the right wing so much in the future. z=1 11 Ton's defeat of Treharris at Treharris by 2-0 goes to prove the fine form the Reds are displaying at present. We are given to understand that a Supporters' Club is to be formed in connection with the Ton team. A meet- ing was held at the New Inn on Wednes- day last.
Tonypandy. On Thursday, November 3rd, Madame Jeanne Leclaire, of Swansea, Scientific Palmist and Phrenologist, will give delineations and advice on health at 149, Primrose Street, Tonypandy. Consultations from 2.30 till 10 p.m. Also on Thursday, November 10th. 286/71 A lecture was given at the Judge's Hall, Tonypandy, on Tuesday, the 18th inst., by Dr. Hampson, F.R.S., London, on "Liquid Air." Mr. D. Jones, Tony- pandy, presided in the absence of Mr. L. W. Llewelyn. (W) A special meeting of the English Con gregational Church Young People's I Mutual Improvement Society was held on Tuesday, when an interesting and helpful lecture was delivered by Dr. T. Brownlie McKendrick on Alcohol and General Fitness." The meeting was well attended, and the lecturer came in for some very praiseworthy remarks. Miss Ada. Symonds gave a very warfmhf Ada Symonds gave a recitation. The chairman was the Rev. E. Walter Thomas. Papers on "Gladstone," George Muller," and "Great Reformers" were read on Friday night last at the Mid- Rhondda Y.M.C.A. Rooms in connection with the Literary and Debating Society by Messrs. J. Barber, F. Goddhart and W. Davies. Mr. B. Jones, Tonypandy, presided.
Treorchy. Large congregations assembled at Ainon on Sunday, when the half-yearly services were held. The Rev. R. Griffiths offi- ciated. At a meeting of the Treorchy Literary Society held at the Park and Dare Insti- tute last week. Mr. W. H. Owen delivered an excellent lantern lecture, entitled Dickens' Folk. The harvest thanksgiving services of the English Congregational Chapel were held on Sunday, when the Rev. Miss Smith (pastor) officiated.
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