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LOCAL POLICE COURTS. !

MACHYNLLETH.

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NEWTOWN.

MONTGOMERY.

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THE CARDINAL AND THE CHURCH.

SHROPSHIRE LEAGUE. -

- NEWTOWN V. NEWPORT

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shot into the hands of Keeley, but the ball being wet and slippery, it slipped from his hands, and was rushed through in a scrimmage. Thus was registered the fourth notch for the Newtown lads, who were now working very hard. The homesters still continued to press, and W. E. Pryce-Jones se- cured the fifth. The play was then carried to the other end of the field, but the visitors were unsuccessful in their at- tempts to beat Edwards, who kicked out in grand style. New- town secured a corner, and Morgan secured and passed to Whalley, who, with excellent aim, sent the ball between the posts. Flushed with success. Parry jumped up to catch the crossbar of the goal, and in so doing, knocked it down. Whilst replacing the br the whistle blew, announcing that time was up, and the homesters ran off victorious by 6 goals to 1. The following are the teams:— NEWPOKT—Gtoal, F. Keele; backs, H. Evans and Bennison half-backs, Smart, Marsh, and Tagg; right wing, Semmell and S. Keeley; left wing, Smallman (capt.) and Amos; centre, Titley. m NEWTOWS.—Goal, A. Edwards; backs, Townsend and Taylor: half-back, Bees, Chapman and Tucker; right wing, W. E. Pryce-Jones and Whalley; left wing, Parry and Morgan; centre, A. W. Pryce-Jones.