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FOOTBALL. I -i

RUSSELL CHARITY CUP.

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RUSSELL CHARITY CUP. (Semi-final). CORINTHIANS v. BANGOR WEDNESDAY. CORINTHIANS 3, BANGOR 0. Had rude Boreas been In a mere friendly mood the game on Wednesday last would have been much more enjoyable. The visitors were on the light side, and what glimpses of play we were able to see. in the. lulls -of the breeze were distinctly pretty. Aided somwhat by the cross wind which was blowing they kept the homesters from notching a point, and visions of a, draw were conjured up by the. Cup Com- mittee. They had reckoned without Fairless, Webb, and J. D. Roberts, each of whom were teredite,d with a, goal. Each, was a. capitally ob- tained goal, the last, it is true was the result of a doubtful decision by the referee., but as it made, no difference to the final issue, of the game, the matter ends- at that. The committee. wish to tender their thanks to Messrs George Micklewright, R. Rughes, Owen Hughes, E. Williams, secretary LIandudno. Wednesday team, and "Barney" Evans for their in- valuable. assistance at the gates, a task that weekly causes, much annoyance from the fact that a certain class will go any length to rush the gate. Arrangements are being made, and will be icarnied out, to put ,a stoip to this by making an example of the next offender. The Charities benefitting by the two last Wednesday Half-Holiday football matches, in connection with the above, ,are as follows: â Llandudno "Free Meals," £ 2; Llandudno Sanatorium, 21. FOOTBALL RESULTS. COMBINATION. Bangor 1, Rhyl 1. Chirk 6, T'ranmere Rovers 0. Glossop. Reserve 1, Birkenhead 0. WELSH AMATEUR CUP. Poirtmadoo 3, Rhos Rangers 2. Buckley Engineers 4, Aberystwyth 3.

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IN BOOKLAND. 1