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Football. I I Testimonial to Welsh International I The Wrexham Football Committee have appointed a snb-committee to consult with the Welsh Football Association as to the best means of promoting a national testi- monial to that well-known amateur inter- national full-back, Horace Blew, of Wrexham. Blew has played for Wrexham since 1897, and assisted Wales in 24 international contests. He was a member of the team which gained the championship for Wales last season, except against England, when he was unwell. Swansea v. Aberavon. The Aberavon committee have selected the following team to oppose Swansea at St. Helen's on Saturday:—Back, W J. Reee., three-quarter baeks, Willie R. Thomas, Alby Davies, Arthur Jam.es, and Will Thomas; half- backs, D. A. Davies and J. Donovan; for- wards, Will Jones (captain), George Vickery, E. Pugh, Will Gregory, -W J. Davies, Gwyn Jones, Ivor Jones, and Jim Evans or Arthur Janes. Two Players Suspended Mr. A. R. Williams presided over the weekly meeting of the Cardiff and Dist.rict Rugby Union, held at the Bristol and South Wales Hotel on Tuesday.-Martin (Cardiff Ba.r- barians) and Coles (Adult Rovers) were sus- pended for the remainder of the season for rough iylay.-The semi-final for the Mallett Cup was fixed for Good Friday at Whitchurch. The semi-finaliHts are Itomilly v. Grange a.nd Canton Y. Canton, Wanderers. Welsh Professional Union Anotaer meeting of the Welsh Professional Rugby Union is to be held at six o'oiock on Saturday evening at Bentiey's Hotel, Mor- thyr. ka/oli of the clubs which have alri y joined is sending two representatives, and other clubs wishful to affiliate are invited to send delegates, so that the Cni n may set to work without delay. Any informa.tion which may be desired with regard to the new orga- nisation will, upon application, be readily furnished by Mr. William Harris, the secre- tary, 16. Norman-terrace, Merthyr. Northern Unionism at Barrv Barry is following the popular notion, and is moving in the direction of fonl1in a is moviu-?, IUrLion fOOthall Olub for the district A meeting for tins purpose will be held on Friday evening. The Merthyr professional team, who played Bradford on Saturday and Hunslet on Mon- day. are staying up Honh, prep?nD? th?m- *IT es by ha-rd practice for PrePa-rijai them- with Leigh.

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