An open game in Central Park was notable for the excellent defensive play by both sets of threequarters, but Argaum, with greater thrust and alertness the loose, deserved their win by four tries to nil. St. Columba, who were well represented at left-centre by Toole, lost much of their fire when Summers was injured in the second half. O'Carroll and Nicholls, the fullbacks, enjoyed a rare duel, and play was confined to midfield for long periods. Linehan and Chiswell scored two tries apiece for Argaum.
September 23, 1950
Plymouth Argaum Extra XV. 12pts St Columba A 0.Written by Super User
PLYMOUTH ARGAUM EXTRA XV. (v. St. Columba A, Central Park, 3.O)—C. O'Carroll; A. J. Linehan, H. Davies, M. Huntington, A. Mahonev; R. Mitchell. R. Gibbs; A. Pearce. J. Vassie, P. Chiswell. J. Rees, A. Chiswell, L. House, B. T. Pearce. A. Panell.
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