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FOOTBALL. WELSH AMATEUR CUP. ■BHIItl) BOUND. ABERYSTWYTH ?. NEWTOWN NORTH END.-At Aberystwyth on Saturday. Newtown could not ge- through the home defence, but Ball, oa the New town right, made a great effort. There was no score at i.,hei-aterval. A terrific storm of sleet; with thunder and lightning, broke over the district, and the referee abandoned the match. LLA^GSLLEN V. RHOS RANGERS.—AF; Llaagollea oa Saturday. In the first half Llangoilen pressed, but the Riios defense proved strong, and at the interval there was no score. Oa resuming, Rhos pressed, and Reeves netted. Result :-Rhos, one goal; Llangollen, noae. BUCKLEY V. OAK ALYN ROVERS,—At Buckley on Saturday. Interval :-Bu.ckley. t-wo goals; Oak Alyn, one goal. Result :-Buckley, five goals Oak Alyn, two goals. FLINT v. COLWYN BAY.-At Flint on Saturday, Interval:—Flint one goal; Colwyn Bay, one goaL Result:—Flint, two goals Colwyn Bay, two goals. OSWESTRY UNITED RERERVE V. BALA PRESS, —At Oswestry cn Sa, urday. The Reserve pressed, but Owen saved well on several occasions. Oswes- try held the lead by a goal at the interval. In the second half Wynn, Evans (2), and Farmer scored for Oswestry. L. Edwards and Hadyn Lloyd (2) scored for Bala. Result:—OawesLry United Reservo 5 goals, Bala Press 3 goals. WELSH SENIOR CUP. The drawgfor the fourth round of this competi- tion was made at Wrexham on Wednesday, and resulted as follows :—Chirk v. Oswestry Wrexham v. Broughton United Wellington v. Rhyl Treharrie v. Shrewsbury or Whitchurch. To be played on the ground of the first-na ed club on January 27th; kick-off at 3 p.m.-The ground of Acrefair United was, en the report of a referee who was aesanlted and rendered unconscious, closed to the end of the season.—A Rhos Rangers and an Oswestry United player were reported by the referees, and suspended for twenty-eight days.- An Esclusham White Stars player was suspended for playing in an unsanctioned competition, and was suspended for twenty-eight days from. that DATE _A vote of condolence wifrh the family of the late Mr. W. MOSP, secretary of the Wrexham P.O., was carried.

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