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A match, was played at Methven yesterday between teams representing the Hakatere and Methven seniors. After a somewhat one sided game, the visitors won by 28 points to nil. The following players scored for Hakatere:—P. Cullen, T. McDonald, S. Thomas, S. Hood, and D. Moriarty. Mr D. Friedlander acted m referee. The visitors were entertained piior to their departure for fyomo m McNeill's Hotel, A junior match Hakatere v. Springburn was played m the Domain on Wednesday, resulting m an easy win for the former team. Wellington, May 25 The New Zealand Rugby Union to-night decided by a narrow majority that an injured player cannotb.9 jeplaced, and the greater penalty of free?kick should be given m cases where a player handles the ball when m front of his own side.

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HAKATERB v. METHVEN., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6580, 26 May 1905

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HAKATERB v. METHVEN. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6580, 26 May 1905

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