side than Guildford, but early in the
second half they were leading 3— 1 .
Then Guildford drew level and extra
time had to be played.
In this period Sittingbourne were
handicapped by having two players
injured and Guildford piled on three
Their final, against Windsor and
Eton, has been fixed to take place on
the Crystal Palace ground.
In the Surrey Pre-Services Cup
Guildford were less successful, both
their “ A ” and “ B ” teams being de
feated in the finals.
Champions of the Sussex League are
Eastbourne, who beat Littlehampton
4—3 in the last match to retain their
season’s unbeaten certificate.
They have also won the Eastbourne
Minor League Knock-out Cup.
In the London Area Cup Competi
tion Edgware beat Richmond 4— 1 in
the semi-final and will now meet
Hackney in the final.
Congratulations to Ellesmere Port,
who for the second year in succession
have won the Cheshire and North
Wales League Championship. Run
ners-up were Crewe, only one point
behind. Leading zone scorer in the
league was Heath, of Crewe, with 27
In the zone final of the Noble Cup.
Bebington beat Birkenhead 3—2 after
a grand game.
The other zone final for the Noble
Cup between Newton-le-Willows and
Huyton provided the big surprise,
Newton, the holders, being beaten
3—2. It was their first defeat in league
or cup for two years.
Newton have already won the Gos
ling Cup for the second year and have
gained maximum points in the South-
West Lancashire League.
Staffordshire Zone suffered their
first defeat of the season when they
were trounced 9—0 by Cheshire and
North Wales. The latter now play
South Wales and Monmouthshire in
the Area Cup final at Chester on 5th
In the North-Eastern Area the No.
2 Zone League has been won by
ANSW ERS TO
A P R IL QUIZZES
1 . Rangetaker, 1st Class.
2. Leading Air Mechanic (Electrical
3. Seaman Torpedoman.
4. Visual Signalman, 2nd Class.
5. Combined Operations Coxswain.
6. Submarine Detector.
7. Anti-Aircraft Rating, 1st Class.
8. Surveying Recorder.
9. Wireless Telegraphist, 2nd Class.
10. Telegraphist Air Gunner (all
11. Artisan (Confirmed). 4th Class and
12. Torpedo Coxswain.
ACROSS.— 1, Depths; 5, Shoal; 9.
Float; 10. Log; 12, Centreboard; 15.
Knee; 16. Dredge; 18, Stanchion; 21.
Rises; 23, Skua; 25, Bulkhead; 27,
Grommets; 29. Can; 30, Soya; 32,
Beating: 34, Poppets; 35, Rush; 36,
Skate; 37, Shanty.
DOWN.— 1, Deck; 2, Tote; 3, Hard:
4. Sternsheets; 6, Hood; 7, Air; 8.
Laden: 9. Fend; 11. Gag; 13, Ness; 14.
Becket: 17. Frogs; 19. Ask; 20. Oceans:
22, Elm: 24, Dinghy; 25, Brook; 26.
Astra; 28, M.B.E.; 31, Apt; 33, Ash.
Reliability is one of the first essentials of
the MATCHLESS—one of the many reasons
why the Army adopted it ten years ago after
a most searching test.
YOU will want reliability and performance
in your post-war motorcyling, THEREFORE
MAKE IT A MATCHLESS.
HE tanks, jeeps and guns are moving
up . . . . infantry are ferreting out the
snipers in newly won villages .... the
planes roar overhead—the Army is advancing.
How is this seemingly vast jigsaw of men and
machines controlled when they are all on the
move? The answer is supplied in one word,
‘ COMMUNICATIONS/ 11 is in this respect that
the D.R.s play a big part—and the motorcycles
they ride must be without question, absolutely
reliable under all conditions.
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