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FOOTBALL NOTES.

FRIENDLY MATCHES.

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FRIENDLY MATCHES. R.W.W. (NEWTOWN) v. BISHOP'S CA!TLZ.-These teams met in a Vriendly match on the ground of the Newtown Club on Saturday afternoon before a poor gate. The Warehousemen soon soored two goals, and this was followed by one for the visitors which was very well earned. The second-half was stubbornly contested, and the Warehousemen added another goal, and eventually won a very pleasant game by 3 goals to 1. Mr T Evans was the referee. ABERAYRON V. SOUTH CARDIGANSHIRE.— Played on the ground of the fotmer on Monday last. In the initial half the home team pressed and the visiting defenders had a busy time but kept their charge intact, and at half-time no goals had been scored. On resuming the scratch eleven made a rush for the Aberayron goal and Jenkins headed through a fine centre from R C Price, who shortly after added a second. The homesters then pressed and J F 0 Lewis in goal made some verv smart saves. The ball was got away, and after some smart work No 3 was rushed through. A penalty kick was awarded the homesters shortly after, bat the custodian further distinguished him- self by fisting it away and the game ended-South Cardiganshire 3 goals, Aberuyron 0. LONDON WELSH RESERVES V GR^SHAM.—London IVelsh Reserves eceived a check to their victorious oareer on Saturday, when they opposed Gtesham in the divisional final of the Middlesex Junior Cup, on the Jatter's ground at Lee. The Welsh team- with one or two eXCeptiOTIS-WaS the same as that which has done duty for them so well this season. From the kick-off GreBham commenced to press, Rud for the first few minutes play was entirely in the visiting Then the Welsh forwards brok" away, aaa a t)eautiful, shot from Foulkes Roberts just struck the post. Continuing the attack, R jerlt38 tested the croalke(-per with a hot shot, but he was equal to the occasion, and a combined run hy the Grosham forwards ended in Auhtou putting the ball past Jenkins. This put the visitors on their mettle, and for some time the Gresham defence had a warm time of it. From one of Owen Owen'H chnracteristic centres, the Welsh seemed certain to score, hut Crane saved at the expense of a corner. This was safely cleared, and mid-field play followed. Half-time arrived with Groaham leading by 1-0. Play in the second half was of a very warizi character, first one side and then the other claiming an advantage. Femlkes Roberta went off with a rush, but Di Jones failed to convert his centre. Several corners fell to the Welsh, but they were unable to score, and just before time Gre"ham put on auother goal. The visitors played up desperately, but they had to retire beaten by 2-0. The play throughout was v"ry fast. The sodden condition of the ground had a lot to,do with the Welsh defeat. Gresham being- a much heavier team were able to use their weipht with to4iing effect on the slippery ground. Fox, baudy Junes and Owen Owen were the pick of the visitors.

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