CARMARTHEN JOURNAL 27th MARCH 1914
Carmarthen Harlequins v. Broadway Bells, Llanelly.
The encounter between the above teams, which was played last Saturday at the Fair Lane Grounds, attracted a good number of spectators. Splendid weather conditions prevailed, and the game proved to be fast and interesting throughout. The ‘Quins were penalised early in a dangerous position, but nothing accrued. By splendid footwork the home forwards swept to the visitors’ line, and immediately Morgans crossed with a try which was not majorised. Close play and unerring tackling by the home backs nullified all attempts of the Bolls to brake away, and Charlie Davies from a line out near the line smartly notched another try. The extra points were not added. The visiting threes brought off a typical bout of passes, and all but reached their destination, ere being laid low. Play at this stage kept the onlookers full of excitement, and the scarlets initiated several pretty movements. Following up a kick P.C. W. J. Thomas tackled Evan Thomas near the line, the latter lost his hold on the ball, allowing the visitors a soft try.
Final score, Carmarthen Harlequins, 2 tries; Llanelly Broadway Bells, 1 try.