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LEAGUE-SECOND DIVISION.

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FRIENDLIES. CARNARVON UNITED v. NORMAL COLLEGE. A BRISK GAME. Tho -abov-e match) waa played at Carnarvon on Saturday in stormy weather. Referee: Mr E. Lloyd WdEams. CARNARVON: TiAxmsom; E. Hughes and C. H. Jones; J. Williams, Herbert, and R. Mori »ri Wiikama; R. H. Rxubetrtti. Tom R0.- berts, Walter Jones, II. Roberts and J. Jones. NORMALS: -D. J. Evans; Lord and Long; Gibbons, W. Evans, and Phillips; Roose. IIc/p- wcoci, llartnaby, Pepper and Rogers. Carnarvon won the toss, and played with a strong wind in their favour. Hannaby set the ball in motion, and made tracks for the Carnar- von goal, but C. H. Jones cleared with a long pot. Aided by the wind, the Canaries forced the play, and a corner was conceded, which, however, was cleared. Still continuing to press, Tom Roberts received the ball and soored with a simple shot. A nice combined movement by the Carnarvon forwards saw R. H. Roberts in possession, and lie netted the ball for the second time from a difficult anglo. With the wind at their backs, the local for- wards kept the ball in tho visitors' territory, and H. Roberts netted the third. Another comer was conoedtd to Carnarvon, but Evans, for the Normals, brought off a capital save. HARD LINES FOR THE NORMALS. Hannaby had hard Iinx?s with a shot which shivered the cross-bar, and rebounded. into play, after the goalkeeper had been well beaten. From a pass by John Jones, Tom Roberts sent high over the bar, and this player wa-s next conspicuous with a header whioh missed its mark by inches. Through miskickang on the part of R. Moreton Williams, Roose raced away, and sent tho ball across, Pepper receiving netted with a fin-e shot. -H. Roberts scored tho fourth goal for Carnarvon. Peppar whipped a fine oentre across, which looked dangerous, but C. H. Jones cleared h;.s lines easily. Close to half-time Carnar- von were awarded a penalty, but Evans brought off a capital save. Half-time: Carnarvon, 4; Normals, 1. On restarting Carnarvon made tracks for the visiting goal, but were sent back. Evans was next called upon to save a difficult shot, which he accomplished in good form. Owing to the wind the ball was now continually kopt out of the Visiting territory, and midfiold play ruled for some time. Roo&e rcoeiv- in,g the ball scored the second for the Normalay and straight away from the kick-oft the Carnarvon quintette brought the ball to the visiting- territory when If. Roberts again netted 'for Carnarvon. Taiis endied 1ih.3 scoring. Final: Carnarvon, 5; Normals, 2.

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