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TERRIBLE EARTHQUAKE, •

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FOOTBALL. (Continued from Page 6.) LLANREATH v. APPRENTICES. On Christmas morning a football match was played on the Barrack Hill between the Royal ockyard Apprentices and Llanreath. The match was played to determine who should meet Pembroke Dock in the semi-final of the Owen Philipps Cup. Llanreath had the hill and wind m their favour in the first half of the gume; and succeeded in scoring three goals. W. Ed- wards in goal for the Apprentices, played a grand game, considering He usually follows up the handling code. At the interval the "Royals" had a heavy burden taken off their shoulders, as was seen in the opening stages of the second half of the game..They were continually bombarding their opponents' goal, Underwood making some beautiful saves. Dur- ing the early stage of this half the "Royals" found the net in fine style. The second goal seemed to cause great excitement in the Llan. reath goal. W. Davies, for the "Royals" sent a hard drive in the corner and Underwood ran but fumbled it. tlia ball striking his hund and rebounding between the posts. The referee at length awarded the goal amid applause from the spectators. The "Royals" were shooting very erratically and should have scored on several occasions. Eventually Llanreath were victorious by the narrow margin of three goals to two. On Boxing Day Llanreath Seconds met Pen- nar Robins in a league match for the Wilts Charity Cup. The "Robins" scored two goals which were disallowed, and eventually the match terminated in a drawn game, the score sheet being blank. ■ LEAGUE BENEFIT MATCH AT PEMBROKE DOCK. Keen interest is being evinced in what pro. mises to be a very close struggle for supre- inacy on Saturday next, when. the iuii strength of the Pembrokeshire League Soceer Clubs of Milford Haven and Pembroke Dock Clubs res- pectively, meet in friendly rivalry on the Bush Street, Athletic Ground, Pembroke Dock. TJiis is the first occasion ou which the Clubs of each town have united to play a niitch of txrir. des- cription, although the meeting between the premier Clubs of each place have always been full of interest locally. In connection with the above special arrangements have been made with the Great Western Railway Company, who will issue Cheap Return Tickets (third elass>, from Haverfordwest at 11 a.m.; Milford Haven at 12.52 p.m.; Tenby at 12.50 p.m. The return trains leave for Haverfordwest at 6.30., Milford at 9.40., and Tcnby at 6 and 7.30.

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