April 1, 1950

ARGAUM HELD TO A DRAW  D.H.S.O.B. 3pts. Plymouth Argaum 3 

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A bright, open game, played in the best spirit, between the co-tenants of the Roborough pitch, ended a draw, each side scoring penalty goal. Metters, the Argaum full-back, made the first score early on. Both packs showed up well with the home eight just a shade more constructive, but the Old Boys were fast spoilers. Dixon, at winging-forward, came near to increasing the lead, but defences remained on top. Ten minutes from the end Mahoney was caught in possession, and Bartlett made no mistake with his third penalty kick. 

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