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THE CARNAliVON PAVILION.

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WELSH CHURCHES AT CHESTER.

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THE WELSH ASSOCIATION CUP.

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THE WELSH ASSOCIATION CUP. The second ties between the Oswestry and Wrediam clubs came off on Sa- ucday at Oswestry, ami resulted in favour of Wrexham by two goals to n i .e. Some excellent play was displayed on boia sides, and the match was witnessed by about a thousand spectators. A match stands arranged between these teams for the 19th January, on the same ground, when they will decide the odd trick, each having now won a match. The names and positions of the players were:â WREXHAM. Goal, Phenna; backs, C. Murless (captain), and E. T. W. Davies half backs, E. Evans, sen., A. E. Cross, and A. Davies; right side, C. Edwards and James Davies left side, J. Loxham and E. Evans, jun.; centre, J. Pryce. OSWESTRY. Goal, T. F. Williams; back, G. G. Higham; half-backs, J. Groves, M. Jones, and John Davies; right side, W. W. Shone and C. Dyke left side, G. Savin and W. D. Owen; centre, W. H. Davies (captain), and R. Hamer; umpires, Messrs Jewett and A Jones referee, Mr Burgess, Wrexham. FoOTBALI.-Mold v. Foresters (Gwersyllt).â Played at Mold on Saturday last, in unpleasant weather, which naturally militated against the number of spectators. It wi l be remembered the Foresters won the former match by two goals to none, but this time their opponents had their revenge, winning by three goals to none. Mr W. B. Marston obtained two of them after two fine runs down the ground, and Mr S. Roberts the third after a fine exhibition of passing by the for- wards. The game was well contested throughout, but the home teams' backs were enabled to resist all the onslaughts of their opponents without troubling the goal keeper who enjoyed himself as best he could considering he never touched the ball throughout the game. Sides: Foresters- S. Lovatt (goal); R. Whitehouse and R. Williams (backs); T. H. Clayton (captain); and W. Tudor, (half backs); T. H. Ellis and E. Lloyd (right wing) S. Williams and E. Griffiths (left wing) L. Richards and E. Williams (centres). Mold :â J. Lavender (goal); S. Smith (captain) and G. Bolliver (backs); T. L. Hughes and H. Johnson (half backs); W. B. Marston and J. Marston (left wing) W. Webb and R. Roberts (right wing); P. Dykins and S. Roberts (centres).

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