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E. TORRENS WIN LACROSSE 40-0
As a result of their overwhelming defeat of West Torrens 40 — 0 — the most decisive A grade defeat for many years — East Torrens today regained the lacrosse minor premiership from Port Adelaide.
By losing to North Adelaide, Sturt were deprived of third place on the premiership table. Brighton moved up to third position by narrowly defeating University. Next Saturday East Torrens will play Brighton and Port Adelaide will meet Sturt in the senior semi-finals. With the end of the minor rounds, East Torrens, Port Ade laide, and Brighton have proved the strongest clubs for the season, finishing in the top four in all grades. Goal disallowed In a fast, even game, Univer sity were first to score against Brighton, and led 3—1 at the first change. Wade and Hamil ton evened for Brighton before half-time. On resumption a goal from Ward (University) was dis allowed because another Uni versity player was in the goal crease. In the final quarter Edwards goaled twice for Brighton. JEast Torrens forwards had a field day against West Tor rens. Nolan (14), Gorman (11), and Matthewman (9) were largely responsible for East Torrens' minor premiership. jMartin (Port Adelaide) and folan jointly recorded' the
highest goalthrowing tally for the season. Sturt missed Church in their game against North Adelaide and in a close tussle lost by two goals. A GRADE East Torrens, 40; West Torrens, 0. Goalthrowers — East Torrens: H. Nolan (14), Gorman (11), Matthew man (9), Slsson (3), Polglase (2), Page. Best Players — East Torrens: Gorman, Polglase, Page, Nolan. West Torrens: Hewitson, Hoskln, Nottage, Anderson. Port Adelaide, 22; Glenelc, 5. Goal throwers — Port Adelaide: Martin -14), Williamson (5), Vantenac (2), and Forest. Glenelg: Gltsham (4), Robinson. Best Players — Port Ade laide': Martin, Forest, Sharp, Dar ragh, Coggins. Glenelg: Hobbs. Robinson, Duffleld, Oitsham, Hts cock. North Adelaide, 7; Start, 5. Goal throwers— North Adelaide: Nesbltt (4), Thomas (2), Freeman. Sturt: Keen (2), Bridge, . Ling, Hollow*?. Best Players — North Adelaide: Alexander,. Poyner, Nesbltt, Marshall, Ward. Sturt: Collett, Kenlhan, Keen, Klnf. Brighton, 8; University, 6. Ooal throwers — Brighton: Edwards (3), Wade, Hamilton (2), McCoy. Univer sity: P. Harbison (2), J. Harbison, Noblett, Ward, O Sullivan. Best Players — Brighton: Kelson, McCoy, Wade, Hamilton, Gooley. Univer sity: Miles, Whisson, J. Harbison, Kranz, O'SuIIivan. B GRADE Brighton 13, Sturt 3; Legacy 21, University 2; North Adelaide d. West Torrens; Port Adelaide d. Glenelg. C GRADE i Brighton 10, Legacy 10; Sturt.d. university.- ' ?' ? ? ' ' ' ,' ' ? ?.i,: . . .» -, , i ,??;-. ? i».; f - » ?'