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Football, The Druids enter the third round of the Welsh Cup, having defeated Chirk, by one goal, to Dil.- Aberystwith, beat Abardare by three goals to one. RHYL TOWN v. BANGOB.âWelsh cup seoond round at Rbyl. The home team were the first to press, and aitir ten minutes' play, Will Jonea soored the firat goal with a splendid shot. Immediately the ball was again put in motion A. W. Street got possession from a splendid ipass by O. Jones, and scored the second goal. Play became even up to half-time but there was no further addition to the score. After the resumption the Bangor vanguard got possession and ran down the field in grand style, and were rewarded with a goal. Play ta.ned down somewhat after this, although Rhyl continued to press, and were in the end returned winners by four goals, to one. WULSH JUNIOB Cup.-The draw for the second round of the Welsh Junior Cup was made on Friday at Wrexham, as follows:-Divisioa 1 Llaududno Swifts Resarve v. Rhyl Town Reserve, referee, Mr J. Charles Jonee, Baagor; St. Asaph Athletic v. Bangor Reserve, Mr R. Hersee, Llandudno. Division 2 Mold Reserve v. Stansty Vilia, Mr D. Smith, Broughton Oaergwrle Reserve v. Wrexham Old Boys, Mr Joaeph Davies, Cefn. Division 3 Rhos Eagle Wanderers v. Ellesmere Rangers, Mr W. H. Cotton, Rhostyllen; Erddig Albion v. Druids Reserve, Mr w: Hannaby, Johnstown. Division 4: Aberystwith Congregational United v. Singleton and Coles, Mr F. R. ililoyd, Newtown; Newtown Reserve v. Osweatry United Reserve, Mr T. H. Edwards, Aberystwith. The first-named lolub has choice of ground. The kick-off at 2.30 prompt. Ties to be played on or before December Illth. FLINT V. CAEHGWBLH. Flint met Caergwrle Wanderers at Flint, in the second round of the Welsh oup, before a fair gate. The home team started with ten men, Bennett not having arrived, but they were the first to press. The wanderers' defence was good. The visitors were soon made aware of Bennett's appeaiaace, as ha scorod a lovely goal amidst groat cheering, almost as soon as he coaimenoed. The visitors made splendid efforts to draw level, but the home backs and goalkeeper were quite sale. Caergwrla made a smart run, too whole of their forwards touching the ball, but luck was against them, tcough they eventually soored in a fccnmmage. The home team now played up, aad after a lot of pressure Davies gave them the lead. The visitors' right gut clean through the baoks, aud would have scored, had not Jones run out and saved in a marvellous manner, for which he was loudly app.aude I .-Final result: Flint, 2 goals; Caergwrle, 1 goal.

HOLYWELL V. CARNARVON IRONOPOLIS.

NORTH WALES COAST LEAGUE.…

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