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PRESENTATION AT BURTON.

COUNTY SCHOOL GOVERNORS.

FOOTBALL.

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FOOTBALL. PEMBROKE DOCK AND NEYLAND v. GOODWICK. This West of Llanelly League match on the Biers pool ground on Saturday roused consider- able interest, and attracted a very fair number of spectators. Both teams were so far un- defeated in the league, and, as anticipated, the struggle was a tough one, the visitors eventu- ally winning by the small margin of two points. The teams were as follow:— Pembroke Dock and Neyland: W. Owens, back; G. Davies, R. Harries, Phillips, and Morris, three-quarter backs; Owen and Good- rich, half-backs; Swan, Brace, Phoenix, Phelps, Richardson, Hughes, Davies, and Russan, for- wards. Goodwick: S. Jones, back; C. Phillips, G. L. Harries, G. Rees, and A. Phillips, three-quairter backs; Appledore and T. Phillips, half-backs; G. Harries, G. Dunstan, R. Roderick, P. Mahaney, G. Moses, A. Morris, S. Smith, and W. Williams, forwards. A strong wind was blowing diagonally across the field when the game commenced, and the visitors had the advantage of this. They had all the best of the exchanges in the first twenty minutes, and their forwards worked splendidly in the scrum, being much superior to the home lot. They also possess a pair of capable halves, and for a while the homesters were hard pressed. The four three-quarters, however, were in fine form, and Owens also kicked strongly. Goodwick continued to press, and presently G. L. Harries tried to dirop a goal, and missed by inches. A mistake by Owens let in the Goodwick men, and Williams scored a try, which G. L. Harries failed to con- vert. Then the homesters made a dangerous rush, but finished weakly, and the interval came with Goodwick leading by three points to nil. With the help of the wind the" Dock" for a time did better, but, as before, they were beaten in the scrums, and owing to the fumb- ling of the halves the three-quairters never got a chance of being set going properly. Good- wick gradually got the upper hand, and after a series of scrums inside th3 home 25 the ball was carried oveir the liM from a Ecrum, and another try scored. This also was not con- verted. The homester. now began to show to better advantage, and their forwards made som3 fierce ru 3h s, but usually finished up with kickiiIlg the ball to an opponent and allowing him to touch down. Presently, how- ever, Owen snapped up the ball and took a shot for goal, and, to the delight of the spec- tators, the oval went between the posts safely. The rest of the game was strenuously con- tested, but eventually time came with the scores:—Goodwick, two tries (six points); Pembroke Dock and Neyland, one dropped goal (four points).

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