December 9, 1950

St. Columba 0. Plymouth Argaum 6pts.

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Two well-matched packs monopolised most of a rather scrappy game at Cross. Argaum, hard hit by injuries, managed to win by two tries to nil, but failed to exploit to the full their " outside " supremacy. Scrum-half Daly crossed from the blind side of a scrummage during the first half, and Douglas followed up a diagonal kick to add a second try. Baker led the winners' pack well, and Palmer was cool at full-back. Horsham distinguished himself In the home eight.

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    PLYMOUTH ARGAUM (v. St. Columba, Burraton Cross. Saltash, 2 30)— W. Palmer: M. Gilbey, R. Hughes, G. Littler. G Rhodes; J. A. Douglas, F. R. Daly; T. Jones, H. Stone, R. Griffiths. B. Baker, S. Davis. R.W. Bennett, W.J.Wreford. W. J. Farren (capt.).

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