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FOOTBALL. To th.8 Editor of the Chronicl*. —Will you kindly give space for me to con- a report which appeared in yonr ig«ne of last with regard to the football match which took between the Pontypridd RarerB ana Penygraig. •j* report says that Penygraig won, but that i8 not wf^t, a8 the Borers walked off the field twenty .SJJj^tes before time. The Rovers were reported to be ^i^tipg. bat that is incorrect, as they walked away they were disputed out of the game. Every the Rovers have played they have been ^?**ted by the spectators, net hissed the same as Were at Penygraig. Some of their men were saying before tne match that if the Rovers better players than them they should not win. I remain, &c., A FOBWAED.

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