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Canberra Times (Newspaper) - June 23, 1930, Canberra, Australian Capital Territory Queanbeyan s fast finish defeats Acton in hard game goal kicker s broken Ainslie Over run by Eastlake a Laige attendance in icat intr. The headway which the National code is making in Queanbeyan saw a magnificent exhibition of the game on saturday when Queanbeyan after being outplayed by Acton in the third Quarter scored five goals to nil m the final term and won a most meritorious Victory. C. M Liphy of Acton the league s Champion goal kicker sustained a broken As the result of a fall Early in the game. In the Only senior game played in Canberra Eastlake Bike Down the morale of the Young Ainslie eighteen by playing powerfully against the weak opposition in a successful attempt to improve its Points percentage. Acton outlasted Queanbeyan s Good finish in pig Acton and Queanbeyan biased at the Queanbeyan show ground an exhibition of the australian game which is still considered to be the finest Given by teams in the Canberra league. On that occasion Acton held a four goal Lead at half time but Queanbeyan wiped off the deficit within three minutes of the opening of the third Quarter. Kaon la ally Acton won by sixteen Points. History repeated itself in some re up pcs in saturday s game for Acton were Well ahead at three Quarter time but a dazzling burst by Queanbeyan wiped off the deficit. On this occasion however the dash waa sustained sufficiently Long to ensure a Midory for the blues. Both sides made alterations in their teams Queanbeyan being handicapped Liy the absence of Schow and Sydes. Acton included t. Lindley who was a member of the Premier Acton team in ii27, but played with Hanuka in the two following seasons. Acton which is displaying More enthusiasm this year than Lias been evident in the immediate past set Many attacks on Hus i were Conti Lent ends would also the ascend incy. Start it was Evi nol go univ to be. It the visit i goal by following excellent Marks which delighted the crowd Vith Strong kicks. These always found their objective. It was easily Queanbeyan s Best term the team having added five and three behind to the third Quarter total. Meanwhile Acton had Boen unable to score and Tho Home team ran out winners by 19-Points. It was a Well deserved Victory. Final scores were Queanbeyan 12 5-77 Acton. S-10-5s Prendergast Queanbeyan was voted by All to be the Best Man on the Field. He was strongly supported by Tan Tau Frimley and Bacey. For Acton Bourne Cartledge Atkinson Toohey and Jenkins played Well. The team missed the services of Murphy at full Forward. Aynslie s defeat Over run by Eastlake the great crowd which attended. Al Tho Northbourne Oval was disappointed by a of ies id cd contest in Winch Ain Slie was outclassed by a Strong East Lake eighteen. Except for the third Quarter there were no stirring incidents in the. Game. Ainslie for various reasons fielded a weak Side the Prin Cipal absentees being Lalor Maloney and Greig. Eastlake on the other hand was represented by its strongest Side Morcombe and o Donnell rap caring after an absence of a few weeks. The Ainslie team wore Black armbands As a Mark of respect to key. Maloney the club s popular half for i Ward whose father died recently. The Eastlake team and its supporters arrived Early by special bus but Ain Slie displayed tardiness in appearing. A Hen the Ball was bounced Eastlake made an Early move Forward but Sut ton was in the Way. A Illiams Man Ning and Walsh unitedly brought the Ball across the Centre line but Lof Tus s kick was marked on the goal line by troop who transferred the leather to Turnbull. Wicker obtained and passed to Pitt who had no difficulty in raising the visitors first goal. Ain Slie was Strong in the Ruck and across the Centre with the result that Many attacks were initiated but playing two men Short it found the defence of o Donnell Turnbull and Droop impossible to penetrate. When the Ainslie forwards did succeed in getting within scoring distance they often kicked the Ball out of Bounds and invariably dropped the Ball Ivhon held. Mckinistry added second goal for the red and Whites and Robbie avoids and Cott Rell registered singles. Quarter time Eastlake. 2 -5 17. Ainslie. Nil. The Ainslie men were congratulating themselves that they had so successfully impeded the advances of the Strong visiting team but this was due entirely to the Sterling defence of Wil Liams Sutton Anderson and Horgan Hie tenacity of Brogan and the All round ability of Manning. Eastlake set about going further ahead and goals were scored by Smith avoids and Mckinstry. The kicking of the visit ing forwards was atrocious five successive behinds being signalled in As Many minutes. Ainslie Only carried the Ball across the Centre on six occasions but the opposition " was too Strong. Carnan the interval was announced the Home team was still scoreless. Eastlake. 6 13 40 Ainslie nil. On rps Ming after the Long interval Eastlake was again seen to advantage and Robbie scored a Brace of singles in Quick succession and Glenn Kent up two flags. Mcdonald Manning and Bryan eluded the visiting defenders and it appeared As Ainslie had at last readied the goal. Droop having his second kick for the afternoon relieved and Aynslie s Hopes were dashed to pieces. Pitt passed to Mckinstry Anil up went Eastlake s eighth goal. Then Ainslie came into the picture. Clever play by Walsh Gourlay and Loftus enabled allies to score the Homo team s a first goal but Mckinistry replied Willi Eastlake s ninth. Ainslie was lighting Klespe lately but Miles missed an Mark. Ile made amends shortly after wards by sending up second goal Boot ing the Ball Over his head. Within a l clapped on the Pace and it Early seen i Hal it was ii after tee order. Hroop Hail had two kicks nil Day and Immy thought be u would have a Chance Lopi Ove himself attic wind bul Theio was not i Alloca Tion of places except Loi a ipod chances in the follow Nio i Ision Woods Thiee times Robbie Smith twice Cottiell and a Mckinsty Scio in the Van guard of the piece Salon Goa Wauls but still Tho Ain die do Kendois a Cio doing theil Best to Stem the tide Sutton and Williams i Cement Liehe de but Turnbull and o sent Thom Back Manni if i an and Loloi took the Ball Down the Cen lie but Ainslie did not add to its score and Eastlake simple to Mph a Home tin ii scores a Hake is 2lil Tushe 1 i 1s i St Phi i s to Lille i Kin to Litt Woods too null Moi Kimb Rob Bli g and 1 pm null Impi m Nln William i s m w Ilse lamps it Fulton Ixam in coitus 1un10k a i s in he i Mioi Competition i m i p a Onti Tims of tin Mshindi lint win Moie Une i Wiful Ullin he ii i old i Hio thu s to Kingston Hie Vins Lic Illinois wisc too Stion Loi 1 i t Inki inn ois Mil Woi a 1121 to Iii 1 Luli Iri Limi is c d 11 to i j i i he thud Quintil bul no ii Horn hut \ k Niu m Iii Hunt l Milli 1 in 1 hoi nth my m in ii 1 link my und Loi tin 1 he Only lol tin a in Iii huh t Phenis Loi the to is win Ihu Icli 1 a Lila and wine a Mil Hill inn in Iii Kos i Lub i i in Titi ii i in., i in w ii m Mili i Lillian in i won i s a l to 1 my ii i ill Lum Iii Loi in h i Hsi i n Oil i ill m i lil Lui i Lisi i ii Mali i 1 i i in i i Hilu Sipi i is Loi i Winn Wii Moon m Lis Bali 1 i k ind Lus \ Lilli l Imp Tunn t ii he Ihmi Al 11 Liol i and Donn in \ of kill Hud to tin. Loma soccer rangers and rovers premiership Competition postponed o Wing to insufficient notice having been Given Only nine members of the hangers team and Highl members of the rovers Leam turned out Al York Park on saturday for the first match in the premiership Competition. After wailing until ,3.15 . Ii was decided to postpone the fixture and a practice game was played the vacant positions being pulled by Mem Bers of the Thistle team who were on the ground. A Good game waa witnessed with neither team showing to advantage and the final result was 3 goals All. The next fixture for the pc mini ship Competition will be on saturday july 5, when rangers meet Thistle and should these teams not be ready to take the Field fully formed by that time it is Likely Thal the Competition will to cancelled. There is Little satisfaction to the officials of the club if after promising to play members will not turn out for the teams they Are selected to play fort next saturday Canberra journey to Queanbeyan to meet that team once again in the Canberra cup Competition. As Queanbeyan have won threw of the six games Lobo played for this cup a Strong of Ort will need to be made by Canberra to win this Gamo otherwise the cup will go to Queanbeyan for the second time. There will be a meeting at Hanuka on tues Day night As usual to select the team to play Queanbeyan. Rifle shooting the 1500-Yarcls Range was used on saturday by the Canberra club Mem Bers for the second stage of the no. 11 club Competition. Weather conditions were Good except for a hazy Light. The daily prizes were won by l. Rowland and a. Staunton. Results l. Rowland. 10 2 50 Staunton. 45 9 50 a. Hussey. 48 l. Mcleod. 48 j. Haslam. 45 j. Brack. 47 j. Ovoy. Sir Henry in t she you Don t i i know the Portem Young wife. No Bailies men friends by the. Score n no1 Hing to think of bul frivolity Anil Lungi Soniot. I Golf players equal four Ball Competition ii. A. Dodd and ii. G. Richards and t. R. Casboult and g. Burns played a lie in Iho four balt Best Ball versus bogey Competition at the can Berra a olt links on a Luria. Each pair returned five up. Other Good cards were a g. Jil romans and a g. Mcfarland 4 up c. S. Clarke and w. Adamson 3 up f. A Bonifield and to. A. Holt 2 up r. Ii. Pocock and w. Trathen 2 up m. A. Atcas and a. A. Frier 1 up to. Hatfield and f. K. Gell Square j. K. Williams and p. Gouraud Square a. Fraser and j. Fletcher Square c. Ii. Smith and a. J3. Dickinson 1 Down j. It. Starling and i. C. Elvins 1 Down a. R. Townsend and i. G. Dwyer 2 Down l. R. Martin and w. D. Fan Ning 2 Down. State member death in Sydney Sydney sunday. The death occurred at Midnight last night of or. Bruce c. Walmsley the nationalist member for Bano Cove in the legislative Assembly. " or Walmsley who was 49 years of age had Boon in indifferent health for some time but his death was quite unexpected. He had a stroke at his Home at Lindfield avid died before medi Cal Aid could be summoned. The senior member of a firm of Public accountants he con nod his speeches to financial questions. Broadcasting 2�i. 2fc Sydney 7 to s.15 music and news. 10.30 to 12.30 and 1 to 4.30 a music news and talk. 5.45 children s session. G.45 . Orchestra. 7.20 sport ing notes markets Stock Exchange and news. S Ash Leld District band. S.5 Wilfrid. Thomas Bass. S.12 band. S.19 and. Cree comedian. 8.27 Wallace Gardiner concertina. 8.37 band. 8.44 Charles Lawrence entertainer. 8.54 band. 9 weather and band. 9.12 Wilfrid Thomas. 9.19 band. 9.2g and. Cree. 9j3g Charles Lawrence. 9.4g band. 953 Wallace Gardiner. 10.3 band. 10.15 Charles Lawrence. 10.24 band. 10.30 Cricket scores. 10.35 Romano s cafe dance orchestra and Cricket scores until 11.30. 3lo Melbourne 7 to 8.15 music and news. 10.30 sporting talk. 10.45 music. 12. Shipping notes. 12.15 to 12.30 now and markets. 1 Stock Exchange and weather. 1.3� speeches from the constitutional club luncheon. 2 educational session. 3 musical pro gramme featuring Clarrie Collins and his orchestra. 4.25 acceptances for Mooney Valley races. 4.30 Avea ther. 5.45 children s session. ,g.10. A. Tainsh tales from the land of fancy. 7.1 Stock Exchange markets and weather. 7.25 e. Ii. Tay Lor talk of a drool Lite. 7.40 news 7.4 5 a. C. Wilson Road Notos and news for the motor cyclist. S familiar melodies by the fireside 8.30 Captain Donald Mac loan tilt Darnley marriage. 9 Royal pc Torian Liede Tafel from the Athena Eum. 9.30 orchestra god Bloss tile Prince of Avalus. 9.33 a comedy interlude the two old pros memories of the australian stage of thirty years ago. 9.48 historical incidents in the lives of great personalities Louis lir. Of Franco. 10.30 nou a and weather. 10.45 studio dance band until 11.30. Sar Melbourne s.15 to 11 music news and Organ recital. 12 music. 12.15 Stephanie Taylor talk on the Pion Cara of italian Art. 12.30 gramophone re Cital. 3.20 women s session. 4.15 music. 5.80 weather. 0.15 Clarrie Collins and his orchestra. 7.82 sporting results. 7.40 Lindsay big gins illustrations for the forthcoming musical examinations. 8 g. R. Leggett romances of the sea. 8.15 music. 8.is Harry Shugg s band. 8.25 Fred Deal and Jean Maynard. S.35 Claire Veres Harp. 8.40 Mary Hotham Mezzo Soprano. S.47 band s.5g comedy drama. 9.12 bund. 9.20 Thomas George baritone 9.27 Claire Veros. 9,35 Fred Deal and Joan Maynard. 9.43 band. 9.53 Mary Hotham. 10 a Eathor and news. 10.10 band. 10.13 Thomas George. 10.20 band. Chess with wine bottles a novel chess Toun Minu was Stig de in a Little town in the wine mow ing dish Iel of Hun in the Boan w is Piovidio b i Bil Laid which w is i a i ii Oil into squares and he plus Ucic lips suited by Wini Boll s i it p it of he. King \ ii Lilun by i Bott Liol l Lench Hun Piv a t1 i Quin w is i bottle of old Tui Muddy i d Othi i Baciow pints w i Tiki n by Linn / Ulm Silt is int if s ind tin p i w11 s b Boll i of i oui Mon la i nil j c up 1 ii Lilli Nat in he Louin nuni w -. 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