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FOOTBALL.

The match advertised for Saturday last to be played on the Risdon ground, did not come off, Several of the North Hobart and

City players put in an appaarance, and after | some delay they wore informed that they

could have a soratch game, whioh they did for ubout half an hour. There were only a few people present, but even from sime of them were heard murmurs of discontent at having been induce I to come out to see nothiog. The S.T.F.Á. committee has de-

clared the season olosed from the ead of the fifth round of matches whioh took p'aoe last Saturday week. This being »d¿ Railway hold the, premiership, and next Saturday will play the premier club of the North, at Hobart, to deoide the question of supremacy

for all Tasmania.

Union Jaok v. Glenorohy, at Glenorchy. Thi« match was played in the presence of about 500 people, and after a hard and well fought game resulted in a draw, Glenorchy, 4 goals 8 bohinds ; Union Jaok, 4 goals 3 be- hind«, Mr. W. Buchanan was fl, Id umpire, and gave every satisfaction. As this makea both clubs equal in number of points it is most likely the association will' arrange another match to decide premiership.

SORELL v. RICHMOND -Mr, J. Costello,

| seoretary <>f Sorell Football Club, desires it

i stated that in the Sorell v. Richmond foot-

ball mutch, played at Sorell on the 5th ins t., Sorell obtained 2 goals 4 behind«-not 4 behind« only-against 3 goals 5 behinda of their opponents. The game waa not played out, a« the Riohmond captain

withdrew hu mon from the field at three-quaiter time, under the plea that Sorell was playing with too many men, notwithstanding the aasurance of the field umpire to the contrary.

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