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GENERAL RUGBY MATCHES.

YORKSHIRE COMPETITION.

ASSOCIATION.

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ASSOCIATION. WELSH TRIAL MATCH.—NORTH v SOUTH WALES. A match between North and South Wales took place at Aberystwyth, there being a good crowd of spectators. The North were co mpletely outclassed from the beginning. The first goal was headed through by Garner from a pass by Rea, the secondc oming from Evans (Rogerstone), and the third from Rea. In the second half the Southerners again had the best of the game, Morris kicking the fourth goal and Garner heading the fifth. The final score was South, 5 goals North, nil. The following were the teams :—South—Goal, Rose (Aberystwyth) backs, Bowness (Newport), and W. R. Jones (Aberystwyth); halves. Deacon (Aberdare), J. E. Hamer (Rhayader), and H. O. Cowley (Penarth) forwards, W. Evans (Rogerstone), J. Garner (Aberystwyth), J. C. Rea (Aberystwyth), J. C H. Edwards (Aberystwyth), and A. G. Morris (Aber- ystwyth). North-Goal. Glass (Rhyl); backs, C. Thomas (Druids) and A. G. Jones (Rliyl) half-backs, Davies (Llanidloes), vV. Evans (Druids), and D. Evans (Druids) forwards, Pugh (Wrexham), Heath (Welsh- pool), Littlehale (Rhostyllen), Roberts (Pormadoc), and Grainger (Brymbo). REMARKS. The game was undoubtedly won by the six Aberystwyth men, who played a capital combined game, Rea and Morris being particularly successful. Rose's goal keeping was magnificent. Bowness also playedapretty game, together with Evans and Deacon. For the losers, the backs were excellent. In their forwards, Pugh's play was very superior. SWANSEA VILLA v LLANELLY. This match was played at Llanelly. Neither team were able to turn out. their full strength. Towards the end of the game the visitors played up splendidly, and out the ball through three times iu succession. FINAL SCORE GOALS. SWANSEA 3 LLANELLY 0 SEVERN-ROAD SCHOOL V. MOORLAND'S SCHOOL —A match was played between boys selected from the above schools in the Sophia Gardens on Saturday morning. This was the first attempt made by the Moorland's boys, and in consequence they did not show up so well as they might have hacl they had a better knowledge of the game. Severn-road boys piled on four goals in the first half, and two goals in the second, and ran out winners by 6 goals to nil. For Severn-road G. Wbittaker gave a perfect exhibition of centre half play, and VVakeliu at centre forward was also much in evidence. Severn-road have played four matches, and won all without having had a single goal I scored against them. WELSH JUNIOR CUP. WREXHAM RESERVE T. WREXHAM OLD BOYS.—Played on the Wrexham Race. course. Wrexham Rsperve, 1 goal Wrexham Old Boys, 1 goal. The Old Boys refused to play extra time. EBBW VALE v. ABERAMAN.—P ayed at Aberaman in fine weather and before a good number of spectators. A very interesting game ended in a win for the visitors. Final score Ebbw Vale, 4 goals Aberaman, nil. ST. MARGARET'S V. CARDIFF TEACHERS.—These teams met at Roath to replay a tie in the second round for the South Wales League Challenge Cup. On the call of time the sides had gained an equal score of 2 goals each. The referee decided to allow of an ex- tension of time, but, the Teachers refusing to comply, the match was awarded to the Saints. BAUIIY DISTRICT v. PORTH.-Playe(i at Porth. Fiui.1 score Porth. 2 goals Barry District, 2 goals.

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