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Local Football Notes & Jottings

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Local Football Notes & Jottings (BY THE CIITEL.) A Chiel's among ye takin' notes, And faith he'll prent them.' The following is the Combination table up to date: Goal I'M. Won. Lost. Dm. For. Agst. Pts Chester 14 ..10 3 1 ..43 ..19 ..21 Oswestry 13 ..10 3 o ..30 ..19 ..20 Wrexham 14 8 5 1 ,.36 ..24 ..17 Birkenhead .12 7 3 2 ..21 ..17 ..iO Broughton U.12 b 4 2 ..26 ..19 ..14 Nantwich 0 â¢â¢ () 2 1 .,29 ..12 ..13 Bangor 12 0 5 1 ..32 .,13 Witton Albion 14 2 6 6 ..23 .,31 ,.i0 Chirk 14 â¢â¢ 3 â¢â¢ 7 â¢â¢ 4 -.3° ..43 ..10 Tranmere R.10 4 5 â¢â¢ 1 ..20 ..27 9 I 1 3 ..15 -35 7 Rhyl 10 3 7 â¢â¢ 0 ..2^ 0 Winsford U 14 2 ..10 ..2 ..16 ..3 0 âoâ SATURDAY'S COMBINATION RESULTS. Bangor 2 Rhyl o WTrexham 1 Oswestry o Nantwich 6 Middlewich 1 Chirk 4 Broughton o Witton 1 Birkenhead. I In going to Wrexham and taking on defeat, Oswestry did not enhance their championship possibilities Points lost do not tend in that direction. Wrexham, moreover, had a weak team but the weakness was quite strong enough to win the match, i o. At N antwich Middlewich got a big letting down The score 6-1 was the only misfortune, for Duncan Cooper fell badly and damaged his collar-bone Altogether it was an un- happy time for Middlewich In spite of their some- what distant relationship in the table Chirk and Broughton United was the occasion of a fine win for the lormer. 4 -0 is a fulsome reward, and the Chirk men must feel pleased with the lift Witton Albion seem to be clever at drawn games, and on Saturday added another to their extensive stock in hand bv going halves with Birkenhead i i In face of the keen competition and argumentative disposition of the twelve other clubs, Chester are still at the top. âoâ BANGOR v. RHYL. Rhyl were the visitors at Bangor on Saturday. where they were represented by a very weak eleven. Price Smith, Chairman of the Bangor club, formally opened the new grand stand and Press box. Rhyl were four men short, and Bangor at once called on the visiting custodian, who executed a scrambling save. A moment later Bangor forced a corner, which was cleared, an i a foul against Bangor en- abled the visitors to advance. They were soon driven back, and Bangor got a free kick close in goal, when Arridgc sent wide. Richie, from a good centre by Wiliie Edwards, skimmed the bar. The Rhylities now turned up, and Teddy Owen in the Bangor goal had to kick clear. Play was extremely poor, and Rhyl got through, D Jones sending wide. Bangor broke away, and Brooks fouled Owen in the penalty area, Arridge converting. Rhyl attacked, D Jones sending wide Play continued uninterest- ing in the extreme, but Rhyl got clean through once, Ellis putting within the net, the point being disallowed for off-side. They continued to press for some time, but ultimately sent behind Half-time: Bangor 1 goal, Rhvl nib In the second halt Bangor again found the net, and finally won by two goals to nil. -0- WELSH AMATEUR CUP. I The draw for the fourth round of the Welsh Amateur Cup competition was made on Wednesday night, at Wrexham, as fullows Gwersyllt v. Porhnadoc Flint v Druids Reserve; Bala Press v. Wrexham Victoria; Whitchurch or Oswestry v. Newtown. The first-named clubs have choice of ground, and the ties heve to be played on January 16th.

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