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CARDIFF AMATFCUR ROWING CLUB. A novices' race in connection with the above club was held at Llandaff on Wednesday evening. The novices entered heartily into the competition, which has been the means of bringing some talent to the front. The following is the "%tilt First heat-G. Wright (stroke), A. P. Noel (3), E. F. Gilman (2), and R. C. Cadogan (bow) beat C. Callaghan (stroke), R. H. Common (3). R. J. Leyshon (2), and P. Roscorla (bow). Won by three-quarters of a length. Second beat-Po W. Banner (stroke), E. J. Manders (3), J. M. Norman (2), and S. Roscorla (bow) beat A. Griffiths (stroke), O. Giiman (3), A. R. Rees (2), and E. F. Matthews (bow) by four lengths. Final l heat—Banner's crew beat Wright's crew. Imme- diately the boats were started in this heat, Wright unfortunately "caught a crab," which I' allowed Banner's crew, who all through pulled weli and strong, to draw to the front, and which the latter maintained to the finish, ultimately wmning by five lengths. The coxswain in the winning boit was D. Browne, while C. Merry piloted the losers. Messrs W.-J. Thomas, E. H. Jacob, and J. L. Browne satisfactorily carried oat the duties of judge, umpire, and starter 'respectively.

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