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J. Wilcox, who scored two out of the three goals by which (to one) Bristol City beat Bristol Rovers on

J. Wilcox, who scored two out of the three goals by which (to one) Bristol City beat Bristol Rovers on

Saturday last, has now scored ;3 of the so goals scored for his side in the last four matches. This is very useful for a centre-forward. Some of Mr. G. Renwick's homes which are now in charge of J. W. Manser at Richmond, will be put to jumping. King's Zenith holds a maiden hurdl
02 December 1916 - Sport (Dublin) - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
17(ELIC PASTIMES.

17(ELIC PASTIMES.

RE-PLAY. THE ALL-IRELAND FINALS. To-Day's Fixtures. DUBLIN SCHOOLS' LEAGUE. At Ringsend Park—Junior Hurling —Fianna v. Fontenot', 3 o'clock. Mr. G. Hayes. Junior Hurling—O'Byrne v. Fontenot', 3 o'clock. Mr. T. O'Flanagan. At No. Ground—Junior Football', —O'Donovan Rossas v. Clan
02 December 1916 - Sport (Dublin) - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SPORT. SATURDAY. DECEMBER 2, ISIS. ners by the substantial score of 8 goals 4 points to nil. The winners will

SPORT. SATURDAY. DECEMBER 2, ISIS. ners by the substantial score of 8 goals 4 points to nil. The winners will

meet St. Doloughs in the final. ENCROACHMENT OF SPECTATORS, After the Louth and Kildare tie on Sunday last the spectators were allowed to encroach on to the playing pitch._ and while the Intermediate contest was being played the side line nearest the enclosure and the goal line
02 December 1916 - Sport (Dublin) - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
STEEL CUP *EAU-FINAL.

STEEL CUP *EAU-FINAL.

The semi-final tie of the Steel Cup between Celtic and and Glentoran 2nd is attracting as much attention as any of the Senior games. They are well matched, and Celtic feel they can win. If they had as class a goalkeeper as the opposition they would reach the final with ease. The
02 December 1916 - Sport (Dublin) - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SETTING A NECESSITY.

SETTING A NECESSITY.

An interesting item of news from Holland, which is worthy of the attention of anti-gamblers, is that the , law which was passed five years ago forbidding bookmakiqg and the use of the Totalisator on Dutch racecourses, •is to be rescinded. The reason for the removal of the prohib
02 December 1916 - Sport (Dublin) - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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I h—rd of one of the shortest ownerships on record this week. A man bought three animals at Athlone fair on a Tuesday, ran the trio at a flap at Belturbet on Wednesday, and disposed of the lot at Clones fair on the Thursday. " How did they run?" asked a friend. " Oh, two of them
02 December 1916 - Sport (Dublin) - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
COURS NOTES

COURS NOTES

By THE GAZER.
02 December 1916 - Sport (Dublin) - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
OUR MIRROR.

OUR MIRROR.

By aßeflex." Taken all round, the Irish racing sea-1 son of loin, despite the temporary stop-, page occasioned by the Easter week disturbances, was a successful one, and mans of the meetings abandoned were run of subsequently, new dates having graoted. Last week we published the
02 December 1916 - Sport (Dublin) - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Loopardstown December.

Loopardstown December.

Entries for the Leapardstown Club meeting to be held en Tuesday and Wednesday, December 26th and a'th, will close on Wednesday next, December 6th, with Mr. F. Harold Clarke, Leopardstown, Foxrock, Co. Dublin, Or Mr. C. W. Brindley, 14 Upper Merrion Street, I)ublin. A nicely arra
02 December 1916 - Sport (Dublin) - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SOME REAL SPORTING SPINS.

SOME REAL SPORTING SPINS.

The weather has, so far, ceased its antagonism to hunting with gratifying results, and although the going is heavy scent is very much improved. There was a good field out on Friday of last week for the Priestown meet, which was honoured by the presence of his Excellency Lord Wim
02 December 1916 - Sport (Dublin) - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland