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1 A NEW CENTRE. -1'- Mumbles Player For I the All Whites. Probable Inclusion of 1 Eddie Hill. j Further changes have been made in the Swansea throe-quarter line for next Saturday's match with Bristol at St. Helen's. Ilowel, Lewis re-appears to captain the side, and an interesting feature is the inclusion as a Ïoentre of Graham Davits, of the Mumbles. The men from whom the final selection will be made are:— Back, Joe Hees; three-quarters (from) IJowel Lewis, Evan Grey. Oswald Jenkins, Graham Davies (Mumbles), ]). Lenahan, and Eddie Hill; half-backs, Mug Rees and I Ben Beynon; forwards (from) Tom Parker, R. Huxtable, Tom Williams, Syd Parker, Tom Morgan, A. E. Jenkins, Anthony Evans. Marsden Jones, Alf John, and H. Raw lings. Grey will play on the wing. Keferee: Mr. H. Eyre, Cardiff. J. think," adds" Pendragon," that the inclusion oi' Eddie Hiil, the Gowerton <entre, will materially strengthen the backs if he plays on anything like ok1 form. He has a troublesome knee, I understand, however. He played a rattl- ing game against the New Zealand XV. in one of the war games." ALL GONE! ro Grand Stand Tickets for ¡ Wales v. England Stiatch. A number of Swansea people who havo applied for grand stand tickets for next month's match between Wales and Eng- lund, at St. I!e!on's, have had tli-eir money returned with tlio intimation that all the seats have been sold. At first sight this appears a healthy sign. There is, however, a feeling in Swansea that members of the Swansea flub shoul dltave been given better treat- j t particularly in view of the fact that they desire to oecv.p.v seats to which tJiey l>ave been accusfomrd right througli the season. Preparations for the match are nearing completion. The Welsh team will he j picked next week. There will he no extra stand this year, but a barricade is built across the ground behind the goal posts on the Avenue side. -———— -<  -—————. SWANS' CUP TEAM. I 1 Strong Side Selected. For the third time of asking Swansea Town will try conclusions with Gilling- liani again to-morrow, when on the Car- diff City Ground they will field their full eide at 2 o'clock. It will be noticed that W. Y. Brown stands down, and Ivor of that lik is in- j cluded. The oxcellent display of Jaek Williams as pirot against Plymouth Argyle fully justifies his inclusion in I that position again, for a bustling, j robust centre forward "m be necxlod j against Gdiingnain, who in both previous j matches have played typical Cun-tie football. The team is: — Johnson: liobson and Nicholas; Durnin, Collins and Oglcy; Hole, Ivor Jones, .Tack Williams, Ivor Brottti, and Harry Thomas. I SWANSEA II. v. LOUGHOR. [ I The Swansea Seconds foam to oppose Jxmghor on Saturday (at Loughor) will comprise: Full-back, W. P. Recs; three- ,quarters (from), P. C. Palmer, Seth Pugh, R. Martin, Bryn Dane?, Rupert Thomas; ha?-bac'.?, D, J. Bennett and Grn,lwlll I Davies; forwards (j rem), n. Kawlings. ?n Godfrey. .\JL Parker, D. J. John. AraoM Wheeler, Rc?s Williams, Fred I Hughes, Phil Joseph, Griff Powell, and D. Griffiths. LLANELLY v. PONTYPOOL. I The Llaneiiy committee have for the. I lontypool ma^tch. to be played at Stradev on Saturday next, decided to give Cong- den, the inside half, a rest, and his place will be taken by Glan Thomas. They have chosen a dozen forwards, from which the eight will be chosen,, and these include Major Niclioil Roderick and Gwyn Saun* ders, the Welsh international. The team selected is as follows: — Hugh Jones; Bryn Williams, Albert Jenkins, Glyn Evans, Frank Evans; C'. I Thomas and T. A. Jones; T. J. Bowen, rd?r Morgan, Rev. J. Stephens, Bobbie Evans, M?icr Nicholl Roderick, Oliver Davies, Gwyn Saunders, Joe Owen Rees Davies. J. Phillips, P.C. W. Roes, and I liarrv Rees. Reserves.—Pick Davies. Eralyn Morgan, D. Price, Congden, and Islwyn Evans. ————— I DRISCOLL TESTIMONIAL, I W. Eynon and Chris Langdon to Meet at Swansea. In tonneuticn with the Driscoll testi- monial fund, a boxing tournament is being promoted at Swansea by Mr. W. Doherty. The hall has not yet been definitely fixed upon, but the principal contest will be between Chris Lang don and Billy Eynon. D. B. WILLIAMS FOR ABERAVON? Pendragon understands that D. B Williams, the ex-Swansea custodian, has been invited to assist Aberavon, pre- sumably in .the full-back position. Jf Dai accepts he will be the second All White to join the Red and Blacks this season, as J. Flynn is already a member the team.









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