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J. BOYLANB (Pengam) is a very unass-uming I hon. secretary,*but a steadfast worker. M'VICAR, the crack Rhymney centre, will probably skipper the new town fifteen. JACK DENTY, who played for Pontlottyn throughout last season at back, has this year joined Troedrhiwfuwch. DANDO, who left Pontlottyin Juniors for New Tredegar at the end of last season, has this season returned to Pontlottyn. D. S. MORGAN, the new Rhymney secretary, has always taken a very keen interest in sport; in fact, several seasons aigo he played at outside right for the old Rhymney Soccer team, his runs being often admired. However, during the past few seasons he has turned his attention to Eugger, and anticipates, despite the secession of several of the old players, org-anising iquite as strong a team as lart season. TOM LFÆGE, Pontlottyn's goalie last season, has left for Ton Pentre. It is a great loss to Pontlottyn. TOM JONB9, captain of last season's Pont- lottyn Juniors, has this season thrown in his lot with Fontlottyn Southend. WILL EVANS, who played for Troedrhiw- fuwoh last season, is to have a trial in goal for Llanbradach. EAVID WILDE, Elliottstown School captain, le one of the most promising*Iads in the wly-f>Cirmed schools lea.gue (Rhymney Valley). Last Season he was chosen to captain Section 1 of the league against .Section 2. the former winning bv 11 goals to nil. When the United Schools of New Tredeg,ar met Gladstone (Cardiff) "Dai" was again appointed skipper, and was con- spicuous in a fine, which was won by New Tredegar by 6 goals to 3, notwithstand- ing that Gladstone had the re-doubt,able Clem Allen in their ranks. He hae played in every position (except goal) for his school, but is a veritable marvel for a boy at centre half. LI FORD, the Rhymney skipper, is un- doubtedly one of the cleverest exponents ia the art of half-back play in the valley, as most of his opponents will readily admit. He commenced his football at a very tender age, and was selected for the senior team some eig-ht (seasons ago. Besides playing for the seniors, he yet finds time to look after the juniors, and last season organised the Rhymney Lilies Old Boys' team, who, under his able tuition, ran into the fina:l with Bedwas Old Boys, which match has yet to be decided. SOUTH WALES SOCCERITES are congratu- lating themselves on the fact that Dr. Stewart Dunbar has been elected a member of the Welsh Football Association. This is the first time in the history of the game that South Vifeles has four direct represen- tatives on the council, M'r. H. Williams CBrithdir), Mr. J. R. Stephens (Cardiff), Mr. T. D. Jones (Aberdare), and Dr. Stewart Dunbar, the la.tter securing 59 votes out of a possible 72. JOHNNY THOMAS, Mountain Ash, who for the past four years has proved himself one of the cleverest players as full-back in Wales, is a "Mountain Ash man. His first love was Soccer, but after a year or two at that code he threw in his lot with the Cefnpennar Rugby team, and has played under the Rugby code ever since. While playing Soccer he was well known at Aber- cynon and Aheravon. having played for both clubs. While playing for Cefnpennar he became a marked man, and was soon transferred to the Mountain Ash premier team. This took place four seasons ago, and he is now in his best form. For the enduing season he has been chosen as vice- captain. He is 24 years of age, stands 5ft. 8in., and turns the scale at list.

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:By Way of a Start.

Merthyr Town Soccer. I



Cardiff WednesdaysI


Baseball Notes. I

Llanhilleth's Promotion.I

Merthyr's Fine Leaderf I

-Mid-Rhondda's Loss.-I




Air Rifle Notes. I

Miniature Rifle Notes: