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EVENTS OF THE WEEK.

The Northern Union Game.

Merthyr Amateur Ruffby Notes.

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Tredegar District N?te*»

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I ) Rhymney Valley Association League. TREllARRIS-TON PENTRE DISPUTE. A meeting of the Rhymney Valley League was held at the Junction Hotel, Hengoed, on Tuesday night, at which the Treharris v. Ton Pentre match was discussed. The referee's letter stated that only 58 minutes out of 90 were played. The Treharris delegate said that about ten minutes before half- time he went to headquarters with a player, and some time after three of the Treharris players told him the match was over. He at once sent word to the referee that the players were coming back. Afterwards one of the Ton players reproached him with the unsportsmanlike action of the Treharris team in leaving the field, but he was afterwards told that the respective captains had agreed to leave the ground. The Ton Pentre delegates cle. nied this, and said that the action of the Ireharns team was unfair to the spectators, who had paid their shillings, and it meant financial loss to the Ton Pentre team in consequence of the spectators feeling aggrieved. The Chairman summed up the case, and pointed out that it was legal to play I-, match for less than 90 minutes if the referee so de- cided, or if the two captains agreed to do so. It was decided, on the motion of Mr. G. Morgan, se- conded by Mr. Kenvin, that the match should be replayed. Ton Pentre did not agree with this de- cision, as they considered they were being penal- ised, and said they would appeal to the ASSOCIATION if they did not get satisfaction.

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