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Ruthin v. Prestatyn.

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Ruthin v. Prestatyn. Prestatyn journeyed to Ruthin on Saturday to play the return match with the local club. Prestatyn Were without Jack Jones and Hol- brook, their places being taken by Pryce ':I Jones and R. Jones, and the whole eleven shuffled into the following positions :âGoal. W. Glass backs, J. T. Williams and Pryce Jones; halves, R. Jones, T. Brooks, and D. G. Jones forwards, L. Watts, Jim Jones, R. Hughes, Bell Jones, and G. Glasa. Mr Lewis, of Rhyl, had charge of the players. The first half was all in favour of the visitors, but the Prestatyn forwards again kept up their reputation for missing chancea in front of goal. The visitors' custodian had little or nothing to do and the interval arrived with a clean sheet. Early in the second half Ruthin opened the scoring, but Prestatyn quickly equalized and pressed heavily, but time after time grand openings were simply thrown away. Just before the close, when a division of points seemed certain Ruthin broke away and scored, Prestatyn being beaten by 2 goals to 1. Glass had little work to do in goal, being well covered by J. T. Williams and Pryce Jones both of whom played a splendid game. D. G. Jones was the pick of the halves, his tackling being very fine. Of tha forwards Bell Jones played a rattling game but again the forwards were the weak part of the Prestatyn team. When will our forwards learn that their good play is simply useless (and that of the rest of the team) if they cannot shoot goals ? In order to secure second place in the League table Prestatyn must take one point oct of the Guild on Saturday.

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