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NOTES ON FOOTBALL.1

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NOTES ON FOOTBALL. 1 [Br "VETERAN."] TALL SCORING. The League game at Aberystwyth between the home team and R.W.W. showed both sets of forwards in a good scoring mood. Now one is tempted to ask was thi& big score 'ue to the good play of the forwards or -a weakness in the defence. To score gouls at this rate shows that the forwards; were well on the bali. but I am afraid their prowess was aided very considerably by the slowness and uncertainty of the de- fence. There was a. fairly good gate, and -after r_l the defeat of Towyn. Rovers on. the previous Saturday it was fully expected that Aberysltwyth would defeat the n'rarehouiS.emoE"n ,taking into consideration as well the fee" that Towyn had previously easily beaten R.W.W. But early de- feats and early losses must not be taken too serious. The Warehouse are an improving team, and the unexpected (to Aberystwyth a,t leost) happened, for the visitors won, by 5-4. The score, as I said before, indicates a weakness in, the defence of both teams. By the way, when did the Warehouse last win at Aberyst- wyth? The homesters had a new right wing, but it was no improvement on, the one that played against Towyn when Griffiths and Jack Jones were injured. All the R.W.W. men played a winning game, and as they are ia very well balanced team should not be very far from the top of the League this season. It would really be invidious to mention any names—suf- fice it to say that the outstanding figure was the inside left who scored -three of the goals. Os- wald Green is a missed man in the Abervstwy t.h ranks. The goalkeeper did not play up to the form he displayed against Towyn and let in very simple goals,. Jenkiuis was too wild, whilst Eddie Hughes was undoubtedly the best back an the Beld-his tackling and kicking being ex- cellent. Humphreys, at left half, made a suc- cessful first appearance, and should gain a per- manent place in the tea-m. Tommv Reee was just, below his usual standard, and Cope, who had a fine wing to look after, did not shine aa in. the previous match, nevertheless he worked very hard. All the forwards were poor. Towyn Jones winders about too much, whereas Pop Wright was evidently a marked man. It was a disappointing game on, the whole, but the better team won. TOWYN MAKE AMENDS. Towyn showed something of their old form on Saturday at Montgomery, though they only managed to just squeeze home by 1—0. This goal was obtained in the first five minutes aind a.fter that the play "vçs about as even as pos- sible. The homesters played dispemtely hard to itt least- equalise, but they had a stubborn de- fence to meet, and failed to net the hall. The game, so the Tefereoe informs me, was an ex- ceedingly good and pleasant one. Z!l .MONTGOMBRYSfJIR« & DISTRICT LSAGDB. ReSULTS CP TO DATK. G oa Is. P. W. L. D. F. A. PTS LlsnirHoes 3 3 0 0 14 n 6 Towyn 4 3 1 0 9 5 6 Llanfvllin 4 2 1 1 11 7 5 R.W.W 4 1 2 1 8 14 3 Abervstwyth 2 1 1 0 7 7 2 'Welshpool 3 1 2 0 5 9 2 Montgomery 2 0 2 0 2 5 0 Caersws 2 0 2 0 2 12 0 .Aberystwyth Colt. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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