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FOOTBALL. WELSH AMATEUR CUP The draw for the seeond round was made • Wrexham on Thursday, and resulted as follows «-"r Portmadoo v. Pwllheli; Bangor or LlandadnO Amateurs v. Llanrwst or Holyhead Prestaty* v" Colwyn Bay Johnstown Amateurs v. St. Martins r Rhos Rangers v. Druids Reserve Corwen v. Bala r Oswestry v. Llanfyllin Llanymyneoh v. or Whitchurch Towyn v. Aberystwyth Oak Alyt v. Rhosdda Villa Burntwood United v. WreshaDio- Ruthin Road, Llandrindod Wells, Gresford and, Buckley Engineers have byes. Ties to be playew off on or before December 9th. CHIRK CUP—(.FIRST ROUND). DRUIDS RESERVE V. LLANGOLLEN.-Great in' terest centered in this tie which was played av Wynn stay, on Saturday. From the commenceraecfr Llangollen had the measure of their opponents andr as the game progressed, made rings round them r scoring how and when they liked, aDd winning by three goals feo one, the score by no means indicating the relative merits of the teams, the visitors' being the only side in it, and virtually New Zealanding their opponents. Matthews, Evans and Clarke scored for Llangollen. The following were the teams Llangollen: Westley (goal), Hughes and Joneff- (backs), Evans, Ellis, and Griffiths (half-backs). Roberts, Matthews, Evans, Hughes, and Clarke (forwards). Druids' Reserve Enoch W. Edwards (goal), Levi- Cooper and J. Evison (backs), M. Evans, Chas, Jones, and W. H. Phillips (half-backs), Geo., Totapkinson, A. Matthews, J. Glutton, W. Butler, and A. Howells (forwards). Llangollen will meet Cafn Albion in the secondf round on Saturday week. FOOTBALL DANCE. The annual dance in connection with the LlaU" gollen Football Club was held in the Town Hall, ott Wednesday night. The interior had been well-, arranged for the occasion under the direction of » hard-working Committee and about forty couples attended. The M.Cs. were Mr. T. H. Bushby, Mr- J. H. Davies, Mr. J. D. Evans and Mr. W. Roberts. An efficient string band, from Wrexhamr was in attendance, and dancing was kept up with great spirit until three in the morning. WREXHAM PLAYER INJURED, His many friends will regret to hear that Horace. Blew, the well-known full back of the Wrexham Club, was injured while playing at Worcester 01F Saturday, and the injury is of such a nature that he will not be able to assist the Club for some time- Mr. W, Moss, the secretary of the Club, is also ilL. CHIRK v. RHYL, Chief local interest, on Saturday, centred in thgf- meeting between Chirk and Rhyl in the third qualifying round for the English Cup. The match. was played at Chirk, and the home side kicked off; and quickly forced a fruitless corner. Then for a few minutes Rhyl monopolised the play. The Chirk forward^, however, again took tap the attack, and after about twelve minutes' play, T. Earn? opening the score for them. Rhyl next put Om pressure, and for a short time the Rhyl forwards kept the ball in the home end, and forced one or two fruitless free kicks. The game up to the interval was hotly contested, but there was n(}' further scoring, and ends were changed with the score at one goal to none in favour of Chirk, On resuming, Rhyi were the first to sh wl1 °r>o^difficufr D. Jones,.the ho-f ^rb/rawLde0" response, several incursions were made into Rhyl half. Rhyl strove hard to reduce this, lead. and just before the finish a penalty kick was awarded them. Jones stopped the ball in itB. progress for the net but, unfortunately fell and. before he could recover himself, the ball was touched into the net by one of the Rhyi forwards* and of foliowedL Time 'was skerry afterwards s gualled. &t»d Chirk were left- winners-, the score reading :—Chirk 3 goals, Rhyl 1 goal, CEFN VICTORIA B. v. CAMBRIAN JUNIORS R. Played at Cefn on Saturday, when a good game; ended in a draw of two goals each.