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CLAREMONT STARTS WELL
East FresuBtle Defeated.
. Claremont and East Fremantle . pro vided a dean, fast) open game at Clare mont on Saturday. For the first three Quartern tfas teams were even, and at
the final change-over the scores -were equal, but a strong flnWitng effort, by the home side enabled it to win by 17 points. Claremont included several hew players from other league clubs and else where, and as the game progressed it became increasingly apparent that under the deputy captain, George Moloney, re cently of Geelong, the team will be moulded into a formidable combination. G. Bee, formerly of East Fremantle, West Perth, and Swan Districts, was unable to take the field in the second half owing to a possible fracture of a bone In the right hand. East Fremantle selectors chose only two new recruits. ' Poor kick ing for goal was the main factor in the visitors' defeat. Best players.— Claremont: Birmingham, G. Moloney, Boys, Hooper, Steward, Hop kins, Jones and Cook. East Fremantle: Truscott, Kingsbury, C. Doig, G. Doig and Jarvis.