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I HEREFORD CUP-TIE AT BARRY. Goals. I Barry Dock Albions 5 I Ba.rry Island 2 Having played a drawn game a fortnight ago, Barry Dock Albions and Barry Island again met on Wednesday afternoon in the first round of the Hereford CUp competition. Mr. W. Sage referee'd, and both sides were strongly represented. Playing down the gradient on a treacherous ground, the Island practically monopolised the first half, but the Albion defence was only penetrated t.wice, M'Quade scoring a clever goal, while Barfitt got through rather luckily. With the second half bnt five minutes' old Griffiths reduced the lead, and Price followed suit with a crashing shot under the bar. The Islanders were unable to retaliate, and Lewis conceding a penalty, Price made no mistake with the resultant kick, and the Albions led amid cheers. Then Martin, hustled Ankers through with the fourth goal, and by excel- lent indiridaal play Alf Brooks put on the fifth. The IsJamders played gamely to the end, but COUld not complain of their defeat of five goals to two. I CARDIFF WEDNESDAY LEAGUE. I AN EASY VICTORY FOR THE POST-OFFICE TE ANt. Goals. I Post-office 7 1 Direct Trading Company. 0 At the Sophia Gardens. Having regard to the positions of the teams in the Cardiff Wed- nesday League, it was anticipated that the Post-office would gain an easy victory. Mit- chell (2) and Smith (1) scored, while Newton netted four times. ASSOCIATION RESULTS. Cardigan, 13; Newcastle Emlyn, 1. [ GROWTH OF GLAMORGAN I LEAGUE. IA meeting in connection with the B Section I mest. ?f ird dhision of the Glamorgan' I ",eaiue was held at Trebarr on Wedumday I night. Mr. Parcish presiding. Nelson Reserves, Abercanaid United, and Mountain Ash Oak Stars were all admitted, making nine clubs for the section, a-tia matches will commence on Saturday. WELSH AMATEUR CUP DRAW. The draw for the second round of the IVelsii Auvatenr Cup competition was made at Wrexham on Wednesday, as follows: â Llandudno Amateurs or Llannvst v. Con- way. Flint or Sbotton v. Mold Town or Buckley Engineers. Ellesmere Volunteers v. Malpas Town. Summerhin v. Brynteg White ist-ars or Brymbo Viotoria. Rhayader v. L-landrindod Wells. Portmadoc v. Towyn Rovers. Roya! Wei ill Warehouse iNewtown), Y. Shrewsbury Town. Aerefair United v. Jchnst-ovii Amateurs. [Several other clubs are exempt until the next round.

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