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Won on the Post,

Won on the Post,

2nd Clydesdale, 3 points; 2nd Greenock Wanderers; 0. At Titwood. The visitors kicked off in a downpour of rain, and immediately invaded home territory, but were repulsed. The home threequarters started a passing bout, but Simmons was hauled down with the ball in his Possession.
29 January 1906 - Scottish Referee - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
The Braw Lads' Latest.

The Braw Lads' Latest.

Gala 5 perints; Melrose, 0. At Mosellee before a large attendance. The visitors started the game, but were immediately repulsed and only sound tackling prevented Miller from opening the score. With the wind at their back, Gala had nearly all the play during the first half, but t
29 January 1906 - Scottish Referee - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
THE TABLES TURNED,

THE TABLES TURNED,

That the Glasgow Academicals were unlucky to lose at Anniesland against Edinburgh 'Varsity nobody can ueuy, but their luck worked out equal at Craiglockhart on Saturday when the 'Varsity, after having slightly the best of thegame were beaten in turn by 11 points (a goal, a marke
29 January 1906 - Scottish Referee - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
RANGERS DOING WELL.

RANGERS DOING WELL.

Cambuslang Rangers, 2; Parkhead, o.—ln the first round of the North-Eastern Cup the above clubs met on Helenslea Park before a good attendance. The weather was very die appointing, rain falling steadily when Wilson set the game agoing. Parkhead made a good start, but the forward
29 January 1906 - Scottish Referee - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
Junior Announcements,

Junior Announcements,

29 January 1906 - Scottish Referee - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
OUR PRIZE COMPETI= TIONS. SPORTING ANECDOTES, THIS WEEK'S WINNER• "Tllgnkful for Small Mercies" gains the anecote prize this week, and

OUR PRIZE COMPETI= TIONS. SPORTING ANECDOTES, THIS WEEK'S WINNER• "Tllgnkful for Small Mercies" gains the anecote prize this week, and

the "crown" has been sent to Mr S. F. M'CLOSKY, 14 Buie Mansions, THANKFUL FOR SMALL MERCIES. "Yes," said the amateur sportsman, "1 had great luck on my shooting trip to-day. - - Why, you didn't bag any know, but the last time I was out I bagged a cow."
29 January 1906 - Scottish Referee - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
Junior Open Dates.

Junior Open Dates.

HEARTS F.C. are open Saturday Errt -UP at home; also 10th and a few other &tee. home or away; for Ist-class juvenilee.—Terms 13. M'Court 62 Parliamentary Road, Glasgow. rIA.LEDONIA open all season, home and away; flirt. I. class juniors or second seniors only.—A. C Gemmell, 13 D
29 January 1906 - Scottish Referee - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
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29 January 1906 - Scottish Referee - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
GOAL NETS

GOAL NETS

AS SUPPLIED TO THE PRINCIPAL CLUBS WE HAVE NOW EMBARKED ON THE CONCLUDING HALF OF THE PRESENT FOOTBALL SEASON. MOST OF THE PRINCIPAL FIXTURES HAVE STILL TO TAKE PLACE. AND AS MUCH DEPENDS ON THE RESULT OF THESE MATCHES IT BEHOVES ALL THOSE WHO ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR THE MANAGEMENT
29 January 1906 - Scottish Referee - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
" CITY " v. CALEDONIAN,

" CITY " v. CALEDONIAN,

A friendly game between the above teams was played on Saturday night on the carpets of the " City." Both clubs played their full teams intended to compete at Dnmfries next Saturday, and after a good game victory rested with the City Club by 13 shots, which they hope to improve u
29 January 1906 - Scottish Referee - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland