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WELSH AMATEUR CUP. LLANDUDNO AMATEURS v. HOLY- HEAD. This match was played on Thursday, and re- sulted in a victory for the Amateurs by 2 goals to nil. Holyhead have been given the quietus in the Welsh Amateur Cup, and Llandudno's ill-luck in all their cup-ties of this season has been singularly unfortunate. However, it is gratifying, from a Llandudno point of view, at any rate, to know that there is now at least a probability of Llandudno gaining a financial benefit in their coming engagement, in the fourth, round, with the good old Canaries of Carnarvon. The Seal arks met more than their match in the nippy, small team that did duty on this occasion for the 'Chers. There are a (plucky lot. All praise to them. It was a verit- able surprise to the stalwarts of Holyhead, and particularly to clever Collier. It was very praiseworthy of the Llandudno* management to let the same team that drew at Holyhead play the Scalarks at Llandudno; There are some ex- cellent young Cormorants therein. The Ama- teurs were entertained to tea at the Avondale Restaurant, by ML J. H. Vincent, Chairman of the Llandudno Club, after the' match. The draw for the fourth round of the Welsh Amateur Cup has resulted as follows:- Llandudno Amateurs v. Carnarvon. Oak Alyn Rovers v. Buckley Rangers. Rhos or Bala v. Summerhilf. Aberystwyth v. Llanidloes. Matches to be played on Februarv 27th; kick- off 3-30.

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