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CHIRK v. WESTMINSTER ROVERS.…

WREXHAM v. BRYMBO INSTITUTE.I

IWALES v. IRELAND.

THE WEIiSH JUNIOR CUP -I

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THE WEIiSH JUNIOR CUP I I (FIRST BOUND. h_ WREXHAM RESERVE V. WREXHAM tiTKNASIUX- This undecided tie was played on the Gymnasium ground in Salisbury Park, on Saturday. When the teams first met the Gyms won by three goals to two. The Rovers lodged a protest on the ground that the goal posts were not the required width, and that the spectators encroached on the ground. The protest was upheld, and the match ordered to be replayed, The ground was in very good condition, and there was a fair attendance -of spectators. Hughes kicked off for the Gymnasium. The Reserve at once rushed [ towards their opponenti' goal, and J. Hughes scored j within a minute from the start. Lewis kicked out a; long shot. Stokes sent the ball nicely across goal,! but Shelby kicked wide. "Hands" for the Gyms; near the Reserve goal looked dangerous, but Lewis kicked away. Gainer centred nicely at the other end. but no one was np. aad the chance was missed. I Eaborn kicked into goal, and T. Jones just missed scoring. Directly afterwards, both the Gymnasium backs missed their kick?, and Garner easily shot the second goal for the Reserve. Onre-Etarting, Higginson and Shelby did some nice passing, but Fisher relieved. Fisher was cheered for some very fine work. A "corner" for the Gymnasium was well placed, and the ball was headed into goal by It Hughes. Lewis caught it, and threw away. Herbert Jones just managed to get away a long shot from Eaborn. Some neat passing by the home forwards ended in the ball being just sent wide. The Gymnasium pressed, T. E. Jones finally relieved with a high kick. Eaborn deprived Hughes of the ball, when he looked dangerous. A good kick by Beeeton threatened danger, but the leather finally went, behind. iAt b--If time the Reserve team were leading by two goals to nil.-On changing ends, play was slow at the commencement. A run by Davies and Garner resulted in a "corner," from which Herbert Jones kicked out a shot from T. Jones. A foul against logman was well sent in, and the ball was handled in the Reserve goal. Nothing, however, resulted. From a pass by R. Hughes, Stokes had the goal at his mercy, but shot wide. A corner', for the Reserve was cleared and Lewis kicked out a shot froal-Harrison. The Gymnasium pressed and Hughes scored their first goal. Jones made a good attempt, but the ball just missed its mark. A corner" for the Reserve was well placed, and Wilson just cleared. A free kick for "hands" against the Gymnl near goal was nicely placed, and out of the scrimmage. H, Davies put on the third goal for the Reserve. Shortly afterwards R. Hughes missed an easy chance of scor- ing. H. Jones kicked out a long shot from J. Hughes. A fast rush by the Reserve forawrds ended in Garner just shooting outside. "Time" shortly afterwards arrived, the score standing Reserve three goals. Gymasium one. The teams were- T_ -31 WREXHAM RESERVE.âW. Lewis, goal; x. r,. Junels anu G. Fisher, backs; T. Ingman, H, E. Eaborn, and Elias Jones, half-backs; J. Brown and T. Jones, right wing; H. Davies and J. Garner, left wing; J. Hughes, centre. WREXHAM GTM.NASIUM.-H. Jones, goal; J. Wilson, and F. Jones, backs W. Hunter, Beeston and E, Jones, half-back T. Snelby and Higginson, right wing Harrison and Stokes, left wing R. Hughes, centre. Referee, Mr Fred T. Evans, Wrexham. IECOND BOUND. WBEXHAM VICTORIA V. RHOSTYLLEN RESERVE. -rhIS tie was played at Wrexham on Saturday. The rival teams faced each other at 3.15, the visitors being far the heavier team. The visitors started the ball and immediately pressed, but were repulsed by the home defence. The Vies now getting possession pressed, and scored after about twenty minutes' play, adding another later in this half. At half-time the score stood-Victoria, 2 Rhostyllen, 0. On resuming, the play was very even, each goal being visited in turn. The visitors defeated Harrison, and scored their only point. The Victoria then took up the pressure, and scored, but the point was disallowed, I and a very evenly-contested game resultedâVictoria, 2 Rhostyllen, 1. Teams :â VICTORIA.âJ. Harrison, goil; A. Davies and J. John- ston, backs; J. Wilding, T. Gill, and T. Burke, half-backs; R. Parry, G. F. Kelly, J. Pugh, A. Williams, and H. Trainer, forwards. RHOSTYLLEN RESERVE.âJ. Roberts, goal; J. Littlehales and S. Williams, backs J. Roberts, M. J. Blew, and W. Evans, half-backs J. Davies, J. Griffiths, J. Photnix, J. littlehales, and T. Pemberton, forwards.

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