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EAST LONDON, July 16 (A.A.P.). Sydney centre-forward Frank Parsons played his hardest game of the tour when the Austra- lian Soccer team beat Frontier, 4-0, at East London yesterday.
Parsons was the live wire of the Australian attack.
He combined splendidly with his inside forwards, and scored an early goal.
Frontier,extended the tourists
during the first half, but faded badly after the interval.
The Australians finished on a tight rein, and might easily have won by a greater margin.'
"Bunny" Nunn scored three of the tourists' goals.
He netted eight minutes after the start, and twice within five minutes after the interval.
Captain Bob Lawrie was the pick of the Australian halves, and fed his forwards well.
. K. O'Neill was a. tower of strength in defence.
Frontier missed several easy chances, but goalie N. Conquest was never in difficulties.
The game was played at a fast pace, and was (be roughest of the
On Wednesday Australia plays South-Western at Mossel, Bay.
Australia, 4 (Nunn 3, Parsons, goals), beat Frontier, 0.