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CHURCH SERVICES.

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FOOTBALL. The fixtures for the season are inserted free oj charge, and should reach this office as early as possible. Grosvenor (Wrexham) v Wrexham 2:Id eleven.-A match will be played to-day (Saturday) on the ground of the former, Mr Suape's field, Chcstsr road. A match was arranged for last Saturday between the Druids and Ruabon Football Clubs, on Pias- madoc Park, but, owing to the heary rain which came down incessantly, onlv a scratch match was played. CHESHIRE V Liv-E.RPOOL.-This match was played at Edge-hill on Saturday afternoon, and resulted in an easy victory for the county team, viz., one goal, three ties, a touch-in goal, and several touch- downs to nothing. ALL SAINTS' (SHREWSBURY) V OSWESTRY TOWN. âOn Saturday last a match was played between these clubs on the Racecourse, at Shrewsbury. Both teams were well represented, and some fine play was exhibited. All Saints' won the toss, and took their choice of goals. Oswestry, shortly before the call of half-time, succeeded in gettino- the ball into their opponents' territory, and a good run by Higham was made, who, passing the All Saints' backs, ran the ball mto the goal, but coming into collision with Morris, they both fell, and the latter succeeded in nicely saving his goal. This was thp I only time auring the whole game Morris was called upon to defend his goal. Ends were now chan-ed, but during the last half-time nothing particular happened. The result was a draw. The return at Oswestry, on January 6th, will be looked forward to with no little interest. ASSOCIATION CHALLENGE CUP. SEGOND TIES GREAT MARLOW R FOREST SCHOOL. -On V\ ednesday these clubs opened the second round for the English Challenge Cup, on the ground of the school at althamstow, near London, and resulted, after an even contest throughout, in a victory for Marlow by one goal to none. The bovs were the lighter team, and for upwards of half an hour they held their own. The Marlow goal was well defended throughout, and when time was called the school were defeated by one goal to nothing. °

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