In the first round re the leverpeol and district secondary :+■.'1101.)11!-; .111111W. shield competition sa. rramis Xavier's College defeated Waterloo seeolidary school at waterloo ir,■ goals lo 1111.
in the Nested round of the Liverpool tl(ttluttl I lt,uis. Lomeli-ow foetball I imetentien Fraticie's. Carsten,
deleeted Die scheol by font ...•.-,11s three. Si. Jollies defeand St. Patrick's Ii?: five goals to nil ;Hal St. S■ I■ ester'S itlefelltOd the Sicicil 1-11t2:111 It i ,iiiiilur st201-C iii t110 SVC01141 round of the Liverpool Callerlit schools' cup.
fit the United Shield matches, Sheffield, Hillsborough Sacred Heart and St. Stephen's C. E. fought a 1-1 drav. lit the 1-aine competition Sate _Memorial C. E. defeated SI. Charles's by 6-1. the Sheffield .edult League, St. in.-Tills boys' chili, phi!. ing away, hid poier's 11111 lit it 11 tirattv. itt flit: Churches' Leane, SI. Vitiernt's second leant were al !loan? to t'n UNchurch whom they defeated by 11-4. Woodhouse, Crruise and Dunne were brilliant for the lit 111e _V11111 League K.O. Cup. an exciting game is promise') in lo-day's meeting between St. Vincent's, Sheffield. and Ila.rishead.
Ill the Sheffield Intermediate League, Brothel' Bernard's 11-16 k-am defeated Hasilitell -.Sports
The SI. Ilede's old Roy IC.. Leeds, are just now oit ha too or their (ono, aud are stomelt laneied for the clip and league delible in the West. Hiding
hiiy h;] thionzli to the senii-linat ot the cup coml.:tuna], and art' 141!(*011d in the league with four 1.ioints less than the leaders, but have two matches in hand.
RUGBY St.alvhilist College heat Waterloo A by IS poihh, lo ft point:s. StoliyhurA laid all the better of the seeoial half,
and thew three-quarter:4 ere always dangerous, while their defence was. always quirk enough to break up the Waterloo attacks, Moreton, C. Weidner, Costigan and Spiere scoring.
In the first round of the Cardiff cuplie competition on Saturday, et. Alban's defeated St. Mary's by 4;i pts.
el goals, ¶1 tiles) to nil. An amazing scoring feat was achieved by Fry who secured every one or his side's points. In the sante competition et. Peters were defeated by Herbert Thompson by the narrow margin of an unconverted try, while St. Joseph's were defeated by .2,5 pts. to 5 pts. by Tails Well.
In what is virtually the last match et' a very successful season, a. strong afte.e.n lgogg111, .1ituli the AtialAntle by Catlett!' fl. Den Lug Orfeakci the Re..au. 1110111 college, NV by le pts. ill 6 pie
Joseph Bogen, of Si. Augustine's boxing elute Liverpool, is the first holder of the ii. NItirpliy boxing cup, which lies been presented for tioineeti• 1.113 1-KiNing clubs of Liverpool and district to perpetuate the memory or the late Fr. eturphy. tha Muerte!' and lirsi parish priest or St. Aloysius's, Dovecot, who Was killed last year under _tragic cireUtiistanCeS. lie was particulerly well known for lits Ivork on behalf of the boys of the city.
No fewer that twenty rontests it ii: stagol :It the SI. Mary's set loolboy boxing tournament at Cantion, Cardiff, on Saturil.iy. A packed house wit• nessed sonic good boxiiig thenc were plenty of thrills. Mr. T. )1I-Cabe, headmaster of St. Mary's. was the donor Of a cup to be ttwarded Ihr timst improved schoolliny of the year in the chits arid this was won by W. Whearion.
BILLIARDS SI. Ostvaid•.--. Liverpool. dereitted the eiare.te', Lille renal, in the
linal or cpe, cek.klese billiards
ltiil li 1,(1711 plow 1119.
Jut tre. Weem idt Cl billiards match pla.yed iL Orrall• Wigan, iast week Liverpool Nverell vi,:mrions by 16i points.