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FOOTBALL: Wales lose to England; England SP 1 Wales SP 0.

WALES' semi-pros are still without a point in the Four Nations' Championship after spurning a series of chances against England.

Having lost to Scotland in their opening game of the tournament being played at grounds in Cork, Wales were beaten again by a goal on the stroke of half-time from Craig Mackail-Smith.

He lobbed Camarthen keeper Tony Pennock after dispossessing TNS defender Steve Evans.

Wales had threatened England several times before that, with Caersws' Graham Evans a particular culprit, and it was the same story in the closing half hour.

After two matches England have six points, Scotland are on four after last night drawing with Ireland. Ireland have one, with Wales on zero. Wales' final game is against Ireland today

TONIGHT THOMAS AND WILLIAMS ANGLESEY CUP FINAL: Gaerwen v Gwalchmai (at Bodedern
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Title Annotation:Sport
Publication:Daily Post (Liverpool, England)
Geographic Code:4EUUK
Date:May 27, 2005
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