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WELSH AMATEUR CUP. 4th ROUND (RE-PLAYED). »BANG<>R RESERVE v. PORTMADOC. Played at Bangor on Saturday. The teams originally met at Portmadoc. when a tight game ended in a draw of & goal each. The tie vvas. therefore re-played at Bangor on Saturday. The teams wereâBajgor Re serve W. Jones, goal; W. Evans and R. Ellis, full backs; W. Jones, Hwfa Williams (captain), and D. A. Jones, half-back; Davies, Burns, R. T. Evans, Davies, and Joe Williams, forwards. Portmadoc: W. Pike, goal; Evan Jones and W. Evans, full backs; Griff. Davies (capiain), Rowland Jones, and Bob Jones, half-backs; Owen J once, McseLry Jor.es, Roberts. T. J ones, and W. Vaaghan, forward,. Referee. Mr Beech, Rhyl, and linesmen. Mr Harry Davies (&111g.;r\. and Mr Griff. Roberts (Portmadoc). Much to the annoyance of the spectators the visitors arrived thirty minutes late and minus Moseley Jones, and even then they seemed in no great hurry to start. The opening movements consisted of an attack on the Portmadoc goal. the home forwards immediately infusing considerable energy into their play. After a corner kick had been safely negotiated by the visiting full backs, Burns presented R. T. Evans with a fine opening, but he failed to avail him- self of it. Still he made amends for the mistake, a few minutes later and nearly scored. Now the visitors btirst away, and obviously fighting shy of coming into con- tact with the home full backs, sent long weak shois from nearly half ground. The Bangor goalkeeper had not the slightest di- fficulty in dealing with theise weaklings. The missing Portmadoc player now arrived, and his -appearance altered the complexion of the game, Tom Jones nearly opening the 6core for the visitors. The Portmadoc left wing again threatened danger, but W. Evans proved too great all obstacle, and the spectators next saw the Bangor halves fairly bombarding the Port goal, W. Jones sending in with lightning-like rapidity two shots which nearly found a billet i i the net. After the cheers of the spectators had subsided, the Portmadoc forwards were seen advancing in a body, and Moeeley Jones threaded hie way between the Bangor full backs, and arriving within a few yards of the goal, sent in a grounder. Just as the ball was entering W. Jones pounced upon it and cleared. B\ thc&e standing behind the goal it was generally conceded that the ball entered sufficiently to register a point, but singularly enough no claim for a goal was made by any of the Portmadoc players, fnd probably the referee was deceived by the fact that the goalkeeper was lying on the ball. The home players now showed im- proved form, and should have registered at least two goals. They were awarded e peualty which was entrusted to R. T. Evans, The Portmadoc goalkeeper indulged in an Indian dance with such success that Evans ¡;,ant the ball belTTid. Success came at last. Joe Williams, from long range, dropped the ball into the goalkeeper's hands, and he let it slip into the net. Roberts, the visiting outside right looked like equalising, but he wailed too long before parting with the bail. Half time: Bangor, 1; Portmadoc. 0. ihe Reserves, on resuming, quickly demon- strated their intention of winning by a no iiisigiiifk-aiit margin and after compelling I the Portmadcc goalkeeper to throw behind, Hwfa, Williams headed the ball into the net from the resultant corner kick. For the third goal, although scored by R. T. Evans. Joe Williams deserves all th*- credit, for he worked a fins opening. Fina] result: B:, gor Preserve, 4; Portmadoc, nil.

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