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FOOTBALL.

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FOOTBALL. THE WELSH CHALLENGE CUP.âWHITE STAR (NEWTOWN) V. WREXHAM.âThe match to decide in whose custody the above cup should be for the ensuing year was played at Oswestry, on Satur- day, in the presence of several hundred spectators. The kick-off was given at four o'clock, and the game throughout proved a severe and hot struggle for supremacy, the first half time passing without any definite result, and it was close upon five o'clock when the White Star, through some mis- adventure on the part of their opponents' goal- keeper, succeeded in scoring the only goal obtained that day, although the Wrexham side, taken all in all, displayed the superior play. The White Stars were, therefore, proclaimed the victors. The last-named club played seven matches for the cup, while Wrexham competed only in four. SCOTLAND V. WALES.âAt a meeting of the Welsh Association held at Wrexham, on Tuesday, it was resolved that the following team should represent Wales at the international match at Wrexham, on Monday, instead of the one elected at a previous meeting:âGoal, J. Davies, Wrex- ham. Backs, LI. Kenrick, Oswestry, Morgan, Oxford University; reserve, G. G. Higham, Oswestry. Half-backs, H. V. Chapman, K. Crosse, Ruabon reserve, W. Williams, Oswestry. Left Wing, W. Vaughan, Oswestry, W. Roberts, Llangollen. Right wing, J. Lloyd, Wrexham, W. Woosnam (White Star), Newtown; 1st reserve, R. Roberts, Corwen; 2nd reserve, D. Heywood, Oswestry. Centres, J. Hughes, Aber- ystwyth. T. J. Britten; reserve, R. Roberts, Corwen.

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