Although the match at Dartmouth was closely contested open play was restricted by the monotonous touch finding of the home team, several of whom lacked experience. With the slope in their favour the Plymouth club attacked fiercely. Major's attempt to drop a goal fell just short, and a good follow up by Gourlay and Griffins saw the last named cross over. Magill adding the extras. In the loose the Dartmouth for- wards were well led, but their quick heeling from the tight went unrewarded.
December 2, 1950
H.M.S. Hawke. Dartmouth 0 Plymouth Argaum A 5ptsWritten by Western Morning News
PLYMOUTH ARGAUM A (v. H.M.S Hawke at. Dartmouth. 3 0). N. Hayter: C. Whiting. J. Magill. P. Gibson (capt.). G Maior: F. Sloane. R.Gibbs, B. Griffiths. P Searle, J. Vassie. A. Pearce. I. Gourlay, B. Dunne. B. Scott, T. K. Hitchins.
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