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Port Win By 115 Pts.
Although they gave of their best throughout Super Elliott, an Adelaide team, proved vastly inferior to a Port combination, which included many juniors, and were defeated by 115 pts. in a football match at Memorial Oval on Saturday. A tally of 12 goals from D. Leram, a contender for senior rank, was the highlight of the day.
B. Jarmyn (eapt.), a former South Adelaide player, .opened the major account for the visitors in the second quarter, when the home side was nine goals in front. Port exploited speedy play-on style.
Super Elliott, who had their first season this year with North Adelaide Association, made many elementary errors of ? judgment. However, they fought hard to offset Port's balance of
. Accurate passing to the man on the ! move often, made it seem that Port
were merely coasting.'
The scores progressed:
. 1 2 3 4 Pts. Port . .9-4 16-10 19-11 27-15 177 Elliott . 0-4 1-7 5-11 8-14 02
Goalkickers-Port: D. Lemm (12), T. Wilson (4), W. Price, M. Goodwin (each 3), C. Pollard (2), M. Mc Malion, L. Walters, M. Connelly. Elliott: W. Kelsey, K. Boscene (each 2), B. Jarmyn, R. Jones, J. Loveday,
STARS OF THE DAY Port: D. Lemm (No. 8).
Elliott: J. Loveday (No. 7).
Others who played well were:^-Port: H. Smale, W. Price, T. Wilson, L. Duffy, J. Lemm, M. Germinario, J. McMahon, M. Connelly. Elliott: B. Jarmyn, W. Witcher, J. Scarfe, J. McDermott, P. Goodall, K. Boscene, W. Kelsey, R. Jones.
The visitors, who brought their own dance band and vocalists, were en tertained by Port at a dance in the town hall in the evening. The party returned home by last evening's train.