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LOUISE MASSET EXECUTED.

.+— FOOTBALL.

WELSH JUNIOR CUP.

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WELSH JUNIOR CUP. THIRD ROUND. °S WESTRY UNITED RESERVE (HOLDERS) V. DRUIDS RESERVE. These teams met at Oswestry on Saturday to decide which should enter the fourth round of the a ove competition. A more unfavourable day for otball could scarcely be imagined, rain falling cessantly, and a bitterly cold wind blew across 8 ground. The referee, Mr R Davies, Wrexham, fronounced the ground fit for play, and the teams Ined up in the following order â P OSWESTRY "UNITED RESERVE. h .f0^' Foulkes backs, Humphreys and H Jones for °ks> R Jones, W Morris, and R Morris; Wards, Cooper, Hammond, D Davies, Mack, and berts. Linesman, Mr C Plimmer. p DRUIDS RESERVE. Edwards; back, T Price; half-backs, 2 erton, R Davies and W Phillips forwards, G T ⢠J Harris, T Ellis, W Butler, and Allshorn. -^oesman, Mr J Jones. e Druids only had ten men, one of their players IQ'S8e<I the train. The homesters won the' 8tn ..an<^ the Druids started operations, before a tnatri^er spectators. The United were the beincr° '3ecome dangerous, Cooper and Hammond coroerC°nr?'CUous on "S^t wing and forced a depe -his was cleared, Edwards and Price vigjtn ln&' well. A free-kick was granted the turugj8' was Puk behind. The United re- gQopj6 the attack, and were eeveral times near .Ho"* Awards being tested with some capital g°od" t'ie °^er en<^ Foulkes saved a couple of got i S *rom the visitors' right wing. Cooper grant^ sh°t wide. A penalty kick was hurlv^i homesters, which was entrusted to the at Ed M?phre7s> hut he banged the ball straight ius? u wh° managed to avert disaster. Keep- rewiiH ,e Pressure the United were ultimately hou^'8C e-| ack scoring the first goal after half-an- a swiff £ ^ie ^nited came near scoring again, S JonpSi'°- Cooper and a long shot from niee con k-01n^ c^eare(^ with difficulty. After some in v! 1inat!on hy the home forwards Mack was with a p^Tf011' an(^ Save Edwards no chance before thf1- s^ot' Nothing further was scored interval, which arrived with Oswestry leading by two goals to none. In the second half the Druids refused to turn out, and the referee ordered the home team to score another goal, which was done, and the result was: Oswestry Reserve, 3 goals; Druids Reserve, 0.

THE LEAGUE.

THE COMBINATION.

SHROPSHIRE AND DISTRICT LEAGUE.

DENBIGHSHIRE & DISTRICT LEAGUE.

CORRESPONDED CE.

SHROPSHIRE LIGHT INFANTRY,…

WELSHPOOL.

BERRIEW.

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