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FOOTBALL NOTES. [By "ATHLIETIB."l The Unionises proved too good for Pontardawe on Saturday, and a six goals to one victory ought to give the lucals a lift up the League table. • From start to finish it was evident that Barry had plenty in hand, although the young eleven sent up by the Western Club had a lot of real grit and continually gOL away. As a match the game was, consequently, not indicative of the true form of the homesters as a practice, it did them a lot of good. • They appear against Porth on Saturday,and while the whole eleven are individually strong, they are not up to concert pitch in combination, especially in the forward ranks. Thursby was especially strong in the front of the posts, and Williams on the wing, with few opportunities, showed superb form. The Woodland Villa and Cadoiton United Seconds played a stiff game on Saturday. These are reckoned crack junior teams, and the game ended in a draw, one goal each. < • Barry West End played a match with Cardiff Old Boys on Saturday last at Cardifl, and after au exciting and fast game, the latter were the victors by four goals to two, • The principal Rugby game in the district on Saturday was that between Dinas Powis and New- port Extras. It was most hotly fought, and up to half-time the advantage most certainly lay with the local team. Towards the close, however, Newport showed their superiority, and when time was called, their score was one goal two tries, against three tries. Chapman converted for the Newport men, and H. Beer scored twice for the homesters, and H. Williams once. SATURDAY'S FIXTURES. ASSOCIATION. SOUTH WALES AND MONMOUTHSHIRE ASSOCIATION CUP TIE, 2ND ROUND.-The team to represent the Barry Unionist against Porth at Barry on Saturday next, will he as tollows :-J. Sutton, A. Green, B. Joms, I. Sheldon, J. Griffiths, A. Routledge, A, Mitchell, J. Rees, A. Thompson, G. Thursby, and T. Williams. The kick off will take place at 3 o'clock. SOUTH WALES AND MONMOUTHSHIRE LEAGUE, 2ND DIVISION.—This match will be played at Tre-I lewis on Saturday, when the team to represent the Barry Unionist Reserves will be the following Burbidge, P. James, F. Grey, P. Jones, W. Winch, L. Giles. J. Thomas, W. Thomas, W. Winch, T. Parry, and A. Dale, Train loavto Barry Dock at 1.30. BARRY WEST END V. RIVERSIDE.-This match will Iu played at Romilly Park on Saturday, when the follow ing team will represent the West End :— Goal, D. Lewis backs, D. Garrett and F. Garrett half-backs, T. Miles, G. Haywoud, and S. Woods forwards, G. Travers (capt), W. David, L. Miles, E. Williams, and O. Williams. -r-

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