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FOOTBALL. SOUTH WALES CUP (SEMI-FINAL). BARRY v. ROGERSTONE. The ground at Treharris, where this match was played on Saturday last, was a veritable quag- mire, and Barry were without Isles and Ford. Referee, Mr Jarman, Llanbradach. After the start both sides attacked, and Dixon saved innumerable shots from penetrating the Barry goal. The pace was great, notwithstanding the extremely heavy ground. Barry made a couple of excursions to the Rogerstone line, in which Gardiner and Yarr were conspicuous, but the defence was exceedingly sound. By means of long passing Williams scored a goal for Roger- stone, which the spectators generally regarded as an off-side shot. Some nice passes between Wilson and Gardiner were initiated by Yarr, and Bowen had to save a stinging shot from Davies. He, however, violated the rules, and a free enabled Stillman within the penalty area to send in a splendid kick. The ball rebounded to Winch, and again Bowen had to save at short measure. From this rally Rogerstone became dangerous, but these attacks were cleared, and Barry then got on the aggressive. For a time they kept on in an admirable manner, and eventually Roger- stone got on the attack, and just before half-time their efforts were rewarded by a fine shot by Will Evans. Half-time score:—Rogerstone, two goals Barry, nil, USar6666-" On the re-start Ward netted what appeared to be an off-side goal. The Barry forwards came down, but James checked the movement. Two corners fell to Barry in succession without any tangible result. "Roggy" again attacked, but Dixon saved in a marvellous manner. Barry were now playing with more dash, and although much lighter than their opponents, had hard lines in not scoring. Sayse secured, and, beating the backs, had no difficulty in putting on the fourth goal for Rogerstone. The heavy ground told upon the players, and both teams slowed up consider- ably. Final score — Rogerstone, four goals Barry, mt. CADOXTON RADICAL INSTITUTE V. RIVERSIDE ALBIONS (CARDIFF).-The result of this match, at Cardift on Saturday last, was a victory for the Rads by two goals to nil, the scorers being J. Tyndle and J. Martin. BARRY DOCK; UNITED V. TON PENTRE RESERVES. -At Ton Pentre last Saturday, the Barry team won by two goals to nil. TYDVIL ROVERS V. GLADSTONE ROVERS (BARRY DocKs).-Played on Wednesday last at Barry Docks, when the Tydvil Rovers won by six goals to nil. Scorers, T. Hunt, Arthur Fox, W. Shaughnessy, G. D&vies, T. Hanwell, and W. Smith.

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