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FINAL RESULT reading, VLINT, 3 GOALS CARNARVON, 2 GOALS. ENGLISH CUP COMPETITION. BANGOR VERSUS NEWTOWN. This tie was played at Newtown last Saturday. The teams were as uuder :— BANGOR. W Arridge, S Roberts, J, Dunnicliffe, R Williams T. Bnckland, J, Arridge J Roberts, B Jones, C. Jones, H Williams, R Owen, o W Parry, W Nock R A Swetenham. W E Pryse-Jones J P Swetenham E Davies R Gentle H Tucker C Parry B Bees A Edwards, Mr Gough referee'd, and Bangor played down the steep incline ill the first half. In less than 10 minutes from the start. Charlie Jones came away from the side of the field with the ball at his toes. He got well on towards the home goal when he fell, but at that precise moment, Hughy came dancing along, and keeping perfectly cool, he rab right up and beat Edwards with a good shot. As might be expected, this early success lifted up the hearts of the Bangorians wonderfully, and ten minutes later they were again in front of the home goal, and Richie Jones got the ball on the touch line, and running strongly in, he again defeated Edwards with a beautiful shot. BANGOR, 2 GOALS; NEWTOWN, 0 GOALS. This was the state of the poll at half time, and though in the second half the Bangorians had the hill against them, they plodded away, and it only fair to say that they did better against the hill than their opponents had done in the first half. But they could not score again, while the home team put two goals in to their credit. The first of these ought not to have bean allowed if my ir- formation is correct, for, as I am told, the ball had been run out of play, when one of the Newtown players dashed round Williams and Donniclitfe, and dashed the ball (out of play though it was) into the front of the goal, where it was headed through. There was only five minutes to play when Newtown got the equalising goal, and thus saved themselves from a second defeat at the hands of the Banger Schoolboys." and the game ended in a draw of 2 goals each. The crowd wanted an extra half hour, but the Bangor men wisely de- clined, and consequently the tie will have to be replayed at Bangor on Wednesday next.

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