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Source: Welshman 13/09/1850       Date: 1850
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CRICKET MATCH. The return match at cricket between the Aberayron and Lampeter clubs, was played at Aberayron, on Thursday, the 5th inst., when this delightful little watering place put on quite a .gay appearance. The day was fine, and great anxiety was shown for the arrival of the Lampeterians, who, true to their promise, made their appearance in good time, some in gigs, some on horseback, but the greater part in a handsome mail phaeton, belonging to Mr. David Lewis, of Lampeter. Play soon commenced in a field near the beach, which was graced by the presence of all the beauty and fashion of the neighbourhood. A cold luncheon prepared by Mr. Edwards, of the Monachty Arms, in his best style, which was done ample justice to between the two innings, was laid out in a tent erected for the occasion. The Lampeter club again proved victorious
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Monachty Arms , Bridge Street, no. 7 (by 1851) and 1 & 2 (by 1861), Aberaeron