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RUGBY FOOTBALL.

A.R.U. EXECUTIVE MEETING. The weekly meetins last night was attended t>y Messrs M. 3. SaejhjJi (dULTmam. .1. U. Pagai. T. Bnitoii. C. V >fnig" rord (secretory,), F. -T- Ohlson, a=4 1. H. Junior Team Ou: —Tie P. and T. Clnb intimated that tt.» fir>r jntrinr team had witadniwn from lie competition, and its had no objec-J r -a to transfer of mcinbe.rs to other stans-ed. Transfer from thts team to Poasooby Cub was cranteti to R. Ertwards; and T. Llndrum, J. Kennedy and. Latitner were reas third" grade players. Courtney was transferred to Marisl Bros. I,'nwurranred. —Thames Rugoy Union ilenieil a report tliat It had restated any disqualified players, am! stated tha; any amaicatinu to ."ba- eSctrt was unrwarninte-i. A Point of Uiw. — A request was received from K. It. Wheeler for a prouounremeirt iboat Lie l?c:dity in Uuu'by law of playu>? I.»-«ziie n-lth Vmz'-W pliycrs in Tie <'..:nininei» decided to reply that, icrording to tbe rules of the rniou. and a ruling hy th.- VZ. Union. KngDy players * orfeitixt their s-ratus 0? playiS;: wkli or against Leiyuo players. Mat eh to be IteaLiyod.—Tne i~onirni;tee dcriilp'i tn h.ivi- the Qfta crade matcb City t. Marlfft Bro?. replayed, the RnfeTPre , .U-ran-'iati.-.n bavla? repoi-u:d that Lao same oa Snturduy bad bt-ea -nrongly atopprd by tbe> reffcree after three quarrer fjieds h;id htpn played , , be uiifl> r a Id The matter. The dei-'.if.on was prompted by fhe liw on. the same iKule 4) tliat the side? most plo' an eqll.ll tJie esifti WAT, aad the tact that tiie sa.a.<" was stopped when Marist? had a lead of s:x pointy and i~bi i n City were- entitled 10 p!jy Clio List quarter witb the wLnd and on a invtr. grade. : y~mrxirb7-—Trie Cooisir'ee a resotbt- vrsll knon-n Kportias writer, ivho has lUnesi. FIXTLEES FOR SATURDAY. Tbe for Saturday's matches of tie AD'-klacd Kugby Cnlon are a= folloTv-.s: — SENIOR GRADE. Cnlrers : tT t City.—Eden Park. No. \ jrono.i ltpferw. Sir. Coi!rse Rifles v. M.irirt Bros.—Eden Park. Xo. i: ground. Rrferee, ilr. McGaire. SECOND GfIADE. Fonsonby » Citj-.—Eden Park. So. 3 ironnd. Refersc. Mr. Frosr. Xewtr.n v GriLiaiar S-V-bool Old Boys.— sb"ow ilroaad. No. I. Ueferee. Mr. Marlira ft on r. UnlTereltj - .— Groncd. No. D. Referee, Mr. Katterns. Tramway v Marlst Bru<f- —Show Orouud, No S. Ri-fpree. Mr. A. Nicholson. po-it anii Telecraj.h «•. roles" Uifles.— frnow Ground. y u . r<. Keleree. Mr. SmiUwood. TTTIF.D GRADE. nemocrn v. t/ollsee Rifles. - ?how Gronnd, No. 7. Rcter.-e. Mr. Marshall. Po«i .-.nd Te!ec-apb v. Otty.— Show Ground. No. i Rorc-ree. Mr. Kuie. (iratton v Granimar S.-bool l>l.l Bots.— ShoiT (iroan'j, No. c. Referee. Mr. ChamP UniversitT v. West F.nd.— Show Ground. I Xo. 4 Kcferee. Mr. Forsytti. St. Joho'e v. Marist Bros. — PhonGrouud. No. .1. Keferee. Mr. Lonihan. FOi'RTII GKAIiE. P;:-Efc'l v. Marist Bros.—Kden Park. No. 1, ar ; p.n; P.:'fprr.:-. Mr. ClifTe. Graftoi; v. North Shore. —Nnrtb STjore. Rffere'-. Mr. Galla?her. l'oQsonliy A v. Takapnna.— Tiiapuna. Referee Mr. Le Cren. p.-nsonhy X t City.—Wood's Paddock, Nμ. -j. Uefcree. Mr. En.-or. FIFTH GRADE. Graft-" v Newton B.—SSosr Ground. So - 7 - - li v^! , ;, M [- B <So.v' l .;ronT ]l l. No fl. Referee.'Mr. Hatr.ii.?sr. NrvrtU Shore v >r.iri«l Hros. — North Shore. Referee. Mr. Gailacber ParueU v. Pnnsnnliy.— 3hnw l.roun*. No. S. Uefcrc-e. Mr. ('unway. rOTTKTEV MATCHKS. Wairosi t. l:n!nbay.—l'apikura. Referee, ilr G. NleholHon. Tnakan v. Waikato.—Tuakan. Referee. M.r. Cox. THE RANFUKLY SHIrXD. VTK LLINGTON V. TAr-ANAKT. AN EXOITrSC. CONTEST. (By Telegraph.—Press Association.) RAWERA. Weilnesilay. Tie rerwesentatlTe Rag-by raau-h fc*t*-een | Weillujtuu n.D-1 T'ar.tnaKi kjs [>:iiy">i a; , Hawera to-day, Taranaii wlnnins by 11 to IU. Tie tean:s w«ire fullows:— WeUingtor..—Capper. iliTagjiit. RearU, Tiomej THyard i.-ar'tuinl. Koblnsoa. Nuan, UlVhrist. Ontter. Dent, I'atou. JlcKarlane. Kym-. i'.irker. Tarinaki. Ueorge Huberts. | Youns Cameron. Brown. Ta>lor. Colmau. I Vfhlttinston, Dewar. Yonns, Smith. Pater-! son. Calo, filr<-.hall. Thi- teama were -^e 1 ! matt-'ned and fought out a keen and inter,-->iir.ii same. Tbe Taranak! forwards were sMs'niiv Letter than rlie visit.irs' Taogoard and spoiled mn'-h na--!i worfe. Wellington opened wit!) a sreat fonvirri rush, but Taranaki rfialiated and up a attack. 'Prom a tn.irk Uoherts almost placed a coal from half-way. Alter some give and take play. t.b« Tisiiitrs bacis .-larr.ed a rush, but Co'.mao stopped It wben Drown almost over. A fnr-rn.-ti by Tarm.-iki jrave "Wenitwrton au aoxiori? rinre. and they had to fnrep. A grp3t msri by "WeUlnsTton forwards tm.k tie ban bat-li to the line aart Parker almost sot over. Soon afterwards Eoberti! u-:i t the fnil-bac-k. hot ronld not secure roe ball. WpilimrroD rallied again, but only to ,-.?e break away. He bad only tfc-e fiiH-I'.irk to pass. >ut Capper eoHared in fir.c style, and a preat chance co «eon» vras ai*?ed. A free klek for WeaiirrtoD 01-ar»i tbetr 3ine. bnt hoe* •Mm? tne Tarantl forwards, bn.t a ml?BpM hy Lover!dc:e saved sitnation for Wellinrlon. Weilirurton tbnn attacked, nntl only <"n----ont. "Play coritinned for some time tn trie WpliinsrtnTi rrnnrtpr. until a forward rush foHo-n-pfi 2 J'rfTn.nnf tou by nrfhprts. who. by do<i!Hrff and Mnirirf?. ran nirb-t fhmrMn tbo From 3 loose *-n?h a-<i rrnder the post?. The try was iuit conTerted. WelliiVton 0 The viTitoTs Pet up a strong attar*, Reard beinc In close prorfrnlty to the enal. -From the srrma the ir»itt to "Nann to Tiljmrd to Beard to STcTa*rnrt. who fltrshed a irreat run 117 -rettinz nvinid near thp BoeJ po»ts. JltiFarlane'3 tir-k STieec-^fnl: WeHir.irtoa 5 Tarauaki 3 rfter t?pvprfll ?j-mm e Oam Tnn'le an ooeTiand toot Tilay elo?e to the where Prown secured an-1 passed to Smith, who got over. The ktok again failed: Tmnafel « "Wellinjton r> Play eontinnpd close until the WeHinjtna bae/ks -wnred and set up a prp.Hy at-tn.-k. Flalf-Hme -wui snnndetl ivitbout any ilifTereni'e :n-nie in t.he ?'*orf?s. On re>T2miuc forced ohe jiliiy and wt up a strons ataek. Wellington roi>o-d Track to the acnek. ??nnn beins ppoTD'nenL Georsre ■aT»rfed an afi-nrost eer r a:n s'"orr\ itid BTmrtly after Heard .fust fniled to eonreri- a free fcifk. After further eiritirar play Lovpt-idire intercepted a miss, and Triads 3. spipn-dini rrwi until ecfirriKl. Taflor fhen drilffllf-l the hall on. aid, piciius WJ>, -•eroresl. 0153. v^rrted: Twaefla _ ti Welllnsura _ - 5 ■Wellington i>o— m2<ie rhp pa-e T137 fas', and Sffpt Taranaki defeadirrg until their forwards svrgpz down tie field. From a tnxow-in Tajlor =ei-tired the •'ba-ij and gn,: over the Ti'ie. fen; tts -malar courts w«ra not ad4ed: Taranefci - 14 WeiHnstao 5 "Well actacked fiercely and aimtist pot over. Lorertd?" saTinj. Xaranaki cleared isy a 4!srwaTd rn=h, and. flrere in

Wellington's quarters for some time. WeV-. Sington kept up a stremwus pace, and one j of the best efforts of tie match was » [ try tiy Beard. After a passing rush. Beard | secured, tie feinted and drew the detente across, hat cat in. and finished a brilliant ran by scorius in a ?ood position. McFarlane converted: Tarana&i 3 * Wellington AO Wellington tried hard to score a?ain. but The defence was good, and shortly alter time was called. Mr A. F. N*?ilson was referee. COLLEGE FIXTURES. i (Ti.i TeJe?rapk —Press Association.) j WELLINGTON, Wednesday. ! The annual Rntrby march, between teams [ rfprwtnti/ig the old Hoys and the present students of St. Patrick's CoUejre wrs played i to-day, resulting in a ivia for the- present Studeu:s by 0 lv ".. The f>l<l Boy.-' team. l&ttludffl several players of repute and- eeveral who tiad rame from different parts of | the Dominion lv participate. In the match Seymour and W. Craishea'l I fWulniarc) scored for th.- winners, and W. Wake fur the losers. j>r. Mcßvedy. a osetime -h International player, took part in ?h'- ?arjH>.

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Auckland Star, Auckland Star, Volume XLV, Issue 150, 25 June 1914

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RUGBY FOOTBALL. Auckland Star, Volume XLV, Issue 150, 25 June 1914

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