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POLICE ON ThE BALL. I

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POLICE ON ThE BALL. I INTERESTING CHARITY MATCH AT I STRADEY. A large crowd, witnessed the charity match in aid of the Llaneliy Hospital, between the Llanelly Police and Swansea Police, at Stradey on Tuesday. Mr Ernest Trubshaw. J.P., D.L., set the ball rolling in the first half, whilst Capt. C'olquhoun, Swansea, superintendent of the Swansea Police, kicked off in the second half. The game was well contested, and some humorous and interesting incidents were witnessed. At intervals it presented a ludi- crous appearance and created much mirth, and laughter amongst the crowd. The visi- tors were slightly superior in the three-quar- ter line, but the forwards were very evenly matched. P.C. Williams, scored in the first half, whilst P.C. Andrews added another try in the second. Mr. Richard Jones, Felinfoel Brewery, who held the whistle, did everything but enforce the Welsh Rugby rules, although he made every ,effort to do so. Mr -I)aiis Wil- liams, J.P., and Mr. Frank Nevill, J.P., chair- man and vice-chairman respectively of the Llaneliy Hospital Committee, were the touch judges. The arrangements had been carried out satisfactorily, and the funds of the Hospital, which are in such a precarious condition, are likely to receive a strong impetus as the re- sult of the game, for which the local police are to be commended.

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