EGREMONT v. WHITEHAVEN BOYS.
The Egremont second team gained a victory over their Whitehaven
neighbors at home on Saturday by the narrow margin of a penalty goal. The teams were
as evenly matched as could be, and excitement was plentiful all through the
There was only a moderate gate, and they were of the hearty kind, for
the weather was not of the best.
FOTHERGILL v. HIGHMOOR ROVERS 2NDS.
Played at Fothergill on Saturday. Scores: Fothergill 1 goal (2
points); Highmoor Rovers, Nil. Mr. J. HOLLIDAY was referee.
PARTON 2ND v. HARRINGTON.
Played at Parton on Saturday before a large attendance of spectators.
Result: Parton 1 goal 2 tries (8 points); Harrington, 1 goal, 1 try (5
BROUGHTON v. MARYPORT 2ND.
At Broughton Craggs, on Saturday, before a fair gate. Result,
Broughton, 3 goals 3 tries (15 points); Maryport 2nds, nil. Mr. Joseph WILSON,
Workington was referee.
GREAT CLIFTON v. WORKINGTON.
Played on the ground of the former on Saturday afternoon, before a
good gate. Both teams had several attempts at goal from penalties, but neither
side scored, and a very pleasant game ended nil. Mr. NELSON, Workington, was
MILLOM "A" v. BARROW ST. JAMES'S
At Millom. The home team started and had the best of the opening play,
keeping the "Jimmies" in their own half for the greater part of the first
half. Unconverted tries were scored by PATTINSON and RICHARDS for Millom.
Half time: Millom "A" 6 points; St James, nil. EAGERS dropped a goal.
WATTS scored a try, and the same player converted. result: - Millom "A" 13
points; Barrow St. James, nil.
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