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CHAPTER XX

Lawrence. Keep it close ; back him up, Ockley." Lawrence was on the line, moving crabwise with the ball between his legs. Peter supported him closely with the side of his boot. The captain of Hunter's darted in and out, pretending to kick away the ball. The rest of his side backed away in a queue towards their goal. Lawrence edged along the line. A wild kick caught him on the ankle. " Don't slick, curse you." Another kick grazed across his boot. Then the captain of Cherry's hurled himself on Lawrence and barged him off his balance. A fierce bully formed. The ball shot out sideways and rolled over the line. Peter and one of Cherry's fell in a heap. " Rouge," shouted Wren's. Peter raised a dirty face.
" Smedwick touched it down first," said the captain of Cherry's. Each captain acted as umpire against his own side.
" I'm sorry, but I'm afraid I touched it," said Peter.
" Liar, you didn't, I did," said Smedwick. Denis came up. " I must say it looked like a rouge to me."
" You couldn't possibly see, anyhow," said someone from Cherry's.
" Oh, what does it matter, if they can't play decently," said Peter.
" What about a bully ?" suggested the other captain. They formed up for a bully and Peter put the ball in. Wren's sideposts lashed out with their boots at their opposite numbers. Spencer-Mace gave a squeak. " Some swine's pulling my hair."
" Your fault for wearing it so long. He's a bloody girl."
" All together,m'tutor's," shouted Denis. "Over the line." Heran in and threwhis back against the bully. Slowly Wren's carried the ball over the line and somebody fell on it. " How's that this time ?" said Denis. Boys disentangled themselves and stood up dazed. The last figure rose painfully. " Someone has been hacking my shins, damn them." Spencer-Mace limped round in a circle.
" I suppose they'll say that isn't a rouge," said Peter to no one in particular.

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