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THE ASSOCIATION GAME.

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THE ASSOCIATION GAME.

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closing stages continualty favoured the home Bri- gade, Thomas and Alby Thomas increasing their lead. Those old rivals, Cwm and Abergavenny, met at the former place. Despite the fact that last sea, son's champions were facing a nionjr wind, they verv early made themselves felt, Whitoombe netting a pretty point. Desultory piay afterwards ensued. Aber attacking on several occasions. Later, Cwm again asserted their superiority, and Ivor Davies scored. Cwn eventually won by four goals to two. South Walas and Mon. Association. At a meeting of the South Wales and Monmouth- shire Football Association at Cardiff, on Satur- day evening, Mr. George Williams presiding, the Llanbradach Club were suspended sine die. This drastic step was taken because Llanbradach refused to obey the instructions of the Association to provide full details of the receipts at the cup-tie match be. tween Llanbradach and Ebbw Vale. Isaacs (Aberaman) was suspended for three weeks for misconduct. Mr. Dan Griffiths re.ported two players of the Monntain Ash Recreation Club for misconduct and refusing to leave the-field of play. The meeting appointed Mr. T. D. Johns and Air if. Gower to attend the Aberdare ajid District League to go into the matter. The Monmouthshire League reported C. Wil- liams, Blaina, for playing as a professional without registration. Williams was instructed to attend the next meeting. In regard to the fifth meeting of Merthyr and Mardy last week to decido who should enter the semi-fina!, Mardy protested against Merthyr playing Knapp, who was not eligible nnder section B, Rule 41 of the senior cup regulations. The Association found that there were no grounds for the protest inasmuch as he had been duly registered, the form "D signed by the hon. secretary of the Association de- claring Knapp a playing member of the club. Arrange ments were made for the cop semi-HoaLs.