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FOOTBALL. WELSH AMATEUR CUP.âFINAL. DRUIDS v. BANGOR. On Wrexham Racecourse. The first half was evenly contested, there being no score. During the second half, 'Lloyd cupened the scoring for the Druids, the same player also adding the se- cond and third goals. A fourth goal was headed by Richards. Result: Druids, 4 goals IBangor, nd. WELSH CUP. âFINAL TIE. WREXHAM v. ABERAMAN. This match was decided at Wrexham on Mon- day, in the presence of nearly 5000 (people, Both Wrexham and Aberaman turned out in full strength. The home team won the toss, and juet as Grunnell commenced operations for Aber- aman, a blinding snow storm began to pelt in the visitors' faces. Play was throughout one- sided, and did1 not improve when sides were changed. During the first half, Wrexham ob- tained five goals, W. Davies effecting three of them. In the second half. Wrexham added three more to fheir .score. Half-time: Wrex- haan, 5 goals; Aberaman. nil. Final: Wrex- li-am, 8 goals; Aberaman, nil. COMBINATION. BANGOR v. TRANMERE ROVERS. At Bangor. Mr William A. Dew, an ex- Mayor of IBangor, kicked off in a. shower of hail. Bangor pressed, and Welsh made a good at- tempt. John 'Roberts experienced hard luck with a fine centre f^om a pass bv Bob Evans. John Roberts later forced a oonu*, and, taking the kick, placed beautifully, íBogue heading through, and opening the score for ganger, who continued to monopolise the game. The home- sters increased their score by a. fine shot by Ar- ridge. Tranmere played hard to ooore, and Bob Roberts had to kick out to clear, and later tlu* vi|s^K>rs forced a corner, which proved of no avail. Half-time: Ban,or 3 geals; Tranmere, nil. The second portion of the game was very unattractive, play being mostly confined to mid- field. Tranmere, however, succeeded in nettinz the ball once. The referee, being rather strict on technical fouls, the game was stopped almost every minute. Result: Bangor, 3 goals; TEraJi- mere Rovers. 1. 'Nantwich, 2 goals; Burs!em 'Port Vale, 1. I Chester, 2 goals; Chirk, 1.

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