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It was for the most part a poor game that I watched last Saturday. I must say at the outset that I did Dot expect the Bangorians to make much of a show. They had had a tremendous smelling on the previous Wednesday at the hands of the Newtown team in the English Cup Tie, and turned up at Llandudno with a msarranged teana. Not only were Johnny Bach and Dick Williams absent but Dick Owen had to play on the right hie usual pkc, on tie inside left, in order to make room for Walter Lewis, who had consented to play in the fix the team was in. Thus both wings were disarranged, for while Dick was at sea on che right, Walter and Hujrhv were unaccustomed to each others' play on the left. Then again, Davies was no equal sub- stitute for Williams. However, this is the fortune of war, and the men in their new positions did better than might have been expected of them, But the other factor in the disturbance of the team had more enduring effects, for the hard work of the previous Wednesday had taken a lot out of Bucklind, Sim Roberts, and Dunnicliffe, and it was indeed fortunate that they had not to play Newtown last Saturday in the condition they were in for they would have surely have failed to hold them. in check as they did on Wednesday.

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