JUNIOR LEAGUE.

COCKERMOUTH V. BROUGHTON.
At Cockermouth, on Saturday,-----------KEENAN, McDOWELL, and MARTIN were prominent in attempts to get over, but the prompt tackling of the visitor's gave them no chance.--------------LISTER, who was the best---------of the Broughton players.----------SMITH, TUNTSTALL, WHARTON and their full-back being conspicuous.---------KEENAN, who passed neatly to WALLACE, and that player promptly dropped a goal,--------------- A keen contest ended thus.:-
COCKERMOUTH.................1 G. ( 2 points.)
BROUGHTON......................Nil.
Referee........Mr. D. LOWTHIAN, Maryport.

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WATH BROW V. BIGRIGG.
The newly formed junior team at Bigrigg played their first match on Saturday with Wath Brow. Mr W. NICHOLSON, Egremont was referee.------------------JENKINSON got over after a magnificent run. JACQUES failed the place kick.---------------HAILE got over.-------------For Wath Brow JACQUES, FREARS, and JENKINSON were the most conspicuous, and in the Bigrigg ranks DIXON, LEACH, and FOY were prominent. Scores :-
Wath Brow....................1 G. ( 11 points.)
Bigrigg...........................Nil.

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GREAT CLIFTON V. SEATON 2ND.
Played at the ground of the former on Saturday . (( no names in the match report.))
Great Clifton.............Nine points.
Seaton 2nds.............Two points.
Mr J. ROPER, Maryport, was referee.

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BROUGHTON MOOR V. CROSBY VILLA.
At Broughton Moor on Saturday.---------------The game was one-sided, CUNNINGHAM alone securing 14 points. Result :-
Broughton Moor.....................19 points
Crosby Villa...............................2 points.
Mr J. WRIGHT, Seaton, was referee

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MARYPORT 2ND V. FOTHERGILL
(no names at all, not even the Ref's)

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HARRINGTON V. WHITEHAVEN RECS.
Again No Names except the Referee Mr H. NIXON, Maryport.
Harrington................Nil
Whitehaven Recs...Nil
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PRESENTATION OF MEDALS AT SEATON.
At the conclusion of the match, the Seaton team had tea in the Good Templar's Hall, and after the cloth had been removed, medals were Presented by Mr T. W. TINNION to the following players :- Senior Competition Medals --- T. RIDDELL, Tom FLETCHER, J. W. MEARS, J. W. SANDWITH, J.G. FLETCHER, M. VARTY, T. LAYBOURNE, M. BELL, W. IRVING, J. LAYBOURNE, E. K. TINNION, J. FISHER, J. OWENS, H. MURRAY, T. NIXON, Jos REAY, W. BELL, T. ASKEW, M. LINTON, W. MORGAN, T. WRIGHT, Jas REAY, R. G. FLETCHER, and W. BELL. Championship Medals -- T. RIDDELL, Tom FLETCHER, J. W. MEARS, J. W. SANDWITH, J.G. FLETCHER, M. VARTY, W. IRVING, E. K. TINNION, J. LAYBOURNE, J. FISHER, J. OWENS, T. ASKEW, M. LINTON, and H. MURRAY, ---- Mr Tom MILBURN and Mr Allen MILBURN were elected to fill the two vacancies which had occurred in the list of vice-presidents.
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