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WALLABIES LAST

OUT TO DEFEAT

SOUTH SCOTLAND

LONDON, Sunday.

The Australian and New Zealand I

touring Rugby sides scored further I victories yesterday. ' I

The Australian Rugby Union team beat South of Scotland by 15 to 6 ¡after being 3-all at half-time,

j ' New Zealand Rugby League play-

ers beat Bradford by 17 to 7. Scores

at half-time were 7-all.

Scorers in the Union game were: Australia, Allen a try, two pen- alty'goals and one goal; Howell a

field goal.

South of Scotland: McDonald two penalty goals. ,

Ten thousand witnessed the Aus- tralian victory at Melrose.

The home team attacked hotly in I the first ten minutes and the Aus-

tralians had to touch down twice in as many minutes. After each side had missed penalties, Allen scored with a penalty shot. McDonald then scored a penalty goal for Scotland to level the scores at the interval. South of Scotland put up a great fight until the last 20 minutes when they appeared to tire. The Wallabies did not impress as a great side. They scrummaged well and got any amount of the ball, but the .handling of the backs and forwards was very

'Uncertain.

- Allen and Howell were always po- tential scorers, but the South of Scotland defence was so strong that the Wallabies crossed It only ¡n the last few minutes. Kraefft and Cooks were the best Australian forwards.

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