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CURRENT SPORT. I ASSOCIATION LEAGUE. First Division.—Sheffield United v. Sheffield Wednesday: Standing as they did first and second on the League table, the meeting of these clubs was bound to prove a great attrac- tion, and 30,000 people assembled at Bramall- lane. The match was left drawn at one goal .,each.-Mancliester City v. West Bromwich Albion: At Manchester, the Albions lost the match by six goals to three.—Middlesbrough v. Bury: At Middlesbrough, Middlesbrough won by one goal to none.—Newcastle United v. j Notts Forest: At Newcastle Newcastle won by three goals to on§.—Stoke v. Everton: At Stoke, the Everton men won by three goals to two.—Aston Villa v. Blackburn Rovers: On the Aston Villa ground, the Blackburn Rovers won by three goals to two.—Liverpool v. Wol- -verhampton Wanderers At Liverpool, the Wan- derers won by two goals to one.—Notts County v. Sunderland: At Trent Bridge, the County won by two goals to one.—Division II.—Bolton Wanderers v. Lincoln City: Playing on their own ground, Bolton Wanderers were defeated by two goals to one.—Bradford City v. Stock- port County: At Bradford, these teams drew their match, neither side scoring.—Leicester Fosse v. Glossop: By four goals to two the Fosse team won this match at Leicester. SOUTHERN LEAGUE. Southampton v. Northampton: At Northamp- ton, Southampton won by two goals to none.— Portsmouth v. Millwall: At Portsmouth, Mill- wall were beaten by two goals to none.—Luton v. Swindon Playing at home, Luton were suc- cessful by three, goals to none.—Brighton and Hove Albion v. Queen's Park Rangers: At Brighton, the home side suffered defeat by three goals to one. MIDLAND LEAGUE. Gresley Rovers, one Derby County Reserves, one.—Denaby United, one Sheffield Wednes- ,day Reserves, one.-Chest(-,rfield Reserves, I three Lincoln City Reserves, one.-Hinckley, four; Worsop, two.-Sheffield United Re- serves, two Rotherham, none.—Whitwick White Cross, one Doncaster Rovers, none.- Newark, two; Thornhill, none. I' SCOTTISH LEAGUE. St. Mirren, three; Greenock Morton, two.- Hibernians, two, Dundee, one.—Celtic, three; j Airdrieonians, none.—Third Lanark, eight; Queen's Park, two.—Glasgow Rangers, three Motherwell, none. -Port Glasgow Athlctic, j four Kilmarnock, one. ASSOCIATION CUP. Intermediate Round.—Brentford v. Plymouth Argyle: At Brentford, these teams played a draw, each side scoring once.—West Ham i United v. Fulham: At Canning Town, Fulham won by one goal to none.—Bristol Rovers v. Woolwich Arsenal: The game at Bristol ended in a draw of one goal each.-New Brompton v. Bristol City: Played at New Brompton. Tha result was a draw of one goal each.—Manchester United v. Small Heath A draw of one goal each was the result of this match at ^Manchester.-— Reading v. Gainsborough Trinity By one goal to none Reading won this game at Reading.— Grimsby Town v. Barnsley: Playing at home, Grimsby won by two goals to none.—Burslem Port Vale v. Burton United Port Vale defeated Burton at Burslem by three goals to none.- Stockton v. Shrewsbury Town: At Stockton, the game ended in favour of the home side by two goals to one. Preston North End v. Darwen On their own ground, Preston North End won by two goals to one. "SOCCER" CLUB MATCHES. Tottenham Hotspur v. Corinthians At Totten- ham, the Hotspur won by five goals to one.- Clapton v. Kettering: By two goals to one Kettering won this match at Upton.—Casuals v. I Old Westminsters Played at Tufnell Park, and won by the Casuals by four goals to three. NORTH V. SOUTH AT RUGBY. The thirty-ninth match between Rugby repre- senting North and South was played on Saturday on Che ground of the Percy Park Club at North Shields, the venue having been changed from the Jesmond ground owing to the latter enclosure ibeing unfit. About four thousand people were present. North were the first to attack, but the superior weight, of the South forwards carried the game to the other end, where Moore scored, Vivyan failing with the kick. In less than ten minutes the South again scored, O'Brien getting over, but again the place kick was unsuccessful. Until half-time the game was bright and fast, and nothing more was scored. The North opened the second half we'll, and Simpson soon scored a try or them, but then Hill ran in for the .South, and Vivyan placed a goal. North, how- ever, stuck to their work well, and Simpson crossed the South line again. After this the South, well served by their heavy forwards, always had the best of it. Vivyan scored a try and placed a goal, and then kicked another goal from a try by Hancock. In the last minute Vivyan scored again, and South were left with & fine victory by three goals and three tries (24 points) to two tries (6 points). NORTHERN UNION LEAGUE. Division I.—Widnes, 9 points Oldham, 8.-— Broughton Rangers, 14 points Naddersfield, 10 —Runcorn, 22 points Leigh, 7.-Hull Kingston Rovers, 2 points Swinton, O.-Wigan, 14 points Batley, O.-Bradford, 8 points Keighley, 2.- Leeds, 3 points; Warrington, O.-Salford, 11 points; Hull, 0. Division II.—Lancaster, 5; Bramley, O.-Birkenliead, 16; South Shields, 3. —Holbeck, 14 Morecambe, 0.—Normanton, 10 York, 0.—Barrow, 8 Brighouse Rangers, 3.—■ Rochdale Hornets. 9; Wakefield Trinity, 0.- Dewsbury, 12; Millom, 3.-Castleford, 7; St. Helens, 0. I SCOTTISH INTERNATIONAL TRIAL MATCH. South-Western District v. North of Scotland Teams representing these districts of Scotland met at Anniesland. The South-Western District won by two tries to nothing. "RUGGER" CLUB MATCHES. Blackheath v. Cardiff Blackheath were beaten at the Rectory Field by three goals and two tries to nothing.—Old Merchant Taylors v. Lon- don Irish At the Old Deer Park, Richmond, the Taylors gained a victory by three tries to nothing.—Kensington v. Rosslyn Park: At Wood "Lane, Rosslyn Park won by a goal and two tries to nothing.—Lennox v. Marlborough Nomads At Stamford Bridge, Lennox won by a goal and four tries to nothing.—Richmond v. St. Thomas's Hospital: On the Richmond Ath- letic ground, the Hospital were beaten by three goals and four tries to nothing.—R.I.E.G. v. Harlequins: At Cooper's Hill, the home team won by a goal and three tries to nothing.— Northampton v. London Scottish At Northamp- ton, Northampton won by a penalty goal and a try to a goal (6 points to 5).-Leicester v. Exeter Playing at home, Leicester won by one try to nothing.—West of Scotland v. Edinburgh Insti- tution The West won at Partick by 16 points to O.Newport v. Swansea: Played at Newport, the home team winning by a dropped goal to nothing.—Old Edwardians v. Rugby: At Selby Park, Birmingham, the visitors won by a goal (5 points) to nothing.—Coventry v. Nuneaton At Coventry, Nuneaton won by two goals to a goal and a try.—Devonport Albion v. Neath Devon- port Albion beat Neath by a penalty goal to nothing, at Devonport.-Llwynypia v.Penygraig The meeting of these clubs at Llwynypia ended in a pointless draw.—Burton v. Moseley: At Bur- ton, Moseley won easily by 88 points to nil. Liverpool v. Castleford: On their own ground, Liverpool won easily by 13 points to nil.—Pen- arth v. Bath At Penarth, Bath suffered defeat by one converted goal to nil.—Stroud v. Chelten- ham Stroud won, at home, by one goal and one try to nil.—Bristol v. Gloucester At Bristol, the home side won by a dropped goal and a try to nil. i MONDAY'S "SOCCER." West Bromwich Albion v. Derby County.In this match at West Bromwich, in the First League, the result was a draw of one goal each. Southampton v. Reading.—On their own ground, Southampton won a keen match in the Western League by one goal to none. Tottenham Hotspur v. West Ham United.— At Tottenham the Hotspur easily won by four goals to one. Luton v. Millwall.-The proceeds of this "friendly" match at Luton were for the benefit of a local player. Luton won by three goals to one. RIVAL BLUES AT "RUGGER." The annual match under Rugby^ Union rules DetweenOxford and Cambridge Universities took place oir^ruesday at the Queen's Club, Kensington, and resulted, after a hard-fought game, in a win for Oxford by three goals and a try to two goals and a try.

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