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EVENTS OF THE WEEK.

The Northern Union Game.

Merthyr Amateur Ruffby Notes.

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Rhymney Valley Rugby Lear"* Notes. fBy the "Old Waff. With the League championship practically in their possession, several of the Rhymney players are evi- dently losing interest in the last few remaining friendly fixtures. Cardiff Harlequins, who hold a good position in the Senior Division of the Cardiii and District League visited the "town of t-ong last Saturday, and the homesters could only muster nine of their regular League team. Owing to tho sticky, slimy surface ,rood back play was quite out or the question and°naiurally, tight scrummag- ing was very much in evidence, in which phase ot the game the Citizens proved 110 mean exponents, the home defence Oil several occasions being severe- ly tested. Later the tiome ups changed the venue, and a rush enabled P,o"er Death to cross the visi- tors' line with an unconverted try. Rhymney at- tacked afterwards, but play became rather scrappy, and thc final saw the League Champions winners by 3 points to nil. Rhymney did not complete their home engagements with anv great flourish of trum- pets. True, the game served to give several re- cruits an opportunity of being tested in better eom- pany. For the winners Lloyd (who fielded la^e), Beddoe and Benjamin did welL • Deri, tho prospective champions of the Junior League, visited rontloitvn, and a good game was witnessed. The homesters attacked soon, after tne start, but were met with a sterling delence. The "Ponty" forwards again nearly got over. Weeks conceding a minor. Later Sam Jones scored for the homesters, but failed to add the extras. Re.stat- ing Deri soon retaliated and were not long 111 equalising. After resuming, both teams tried des- perately to score the winning points, but the de- fence of both prevailed, the game ending in. a draw of 1 try each. For Pontlottyn Sam Jones Tom Davies, D. Jones and J Evans did well, while, for the visitors, Weeks, Bowen and Stephens were very prominent. Machen and Caerphilly met in a friendly encoun- ter at the Monmouthshire town. Both sides were far from full strength. I The first half witnessed a very even encounter, but for some infringement by the visitors, Berry eicked a penalty goal. for the homesters. This proved to be aU .the scoring, Machen winning by 3 points to niL

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