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FOOTBALL. NORTH WALES COAST LF-AGUE. CARNARVON v. LLANDFDNO." CARNARVON GAINS THE CHAMPION- SHIP. Carnarvon journeyed to Llandudno last Saturday to play their last fixture. They were fully represented, and were accompan- ied by a large crowd of supporters. The Llandudno club placed on the field their Coast League team which had been beaten at Carnarvon by eight peals to one, so the Ncps. with a bet-t-er team than they had then, ex- pected to pile on a good score on Saturday. The Nops had the wind in their favour during the first half but, owing to the sound de- fence of the opposing team, they failed tr score more than once, which Edwards did with a low swift shot. The Nops should have had another god from a free kick in gcal, which glanced into the net cff on of the Llandudno men, but the referee thought the ball had gone into the net. without touching anyone, and so no goal was allowed. The home team, towards the end of the first half, equalised. Half-time: Carnarvon 1, Llandudno 1. In the first five minutes of the second half, Tom Roberts r,lll up and scored the second point for Carnarvon. About ten minutes from the start one of the Llandudno half-backs handled the bsll iust as it was going into the net, and so "f. penalised, the penalty kick being entrusted to D. O. Edwards, who sent the ball spin nine low to the side of the net, the home custod- ian not having the least chance of saving. The Carnarvon team; were playing a very poor game, all being very much out of form; but they managed to add another point to the score, this being accomplished by J. Wil- liams. Towards the end the home forwards became a bit more troublesome than they had been thronghont the game, but owing to the Carnarvon defence being good, they failed to sccre. And so the final result was -Carnarvon 4, Llandudno 1. The Carnarvon team reached Cimarron station at 8 p.m., where they were loudly cheered by a tremendous crowd cf suppor- ters (it is a pity we could not get a crowd like that on the football field some time). The Artillery Band escorted them into the town. By winning this game, Carnarvon pl3.c? themselves at the head of the League, and so they will in due time be presented with the North W..i.les Coa^t League Cup (the old Llandudno "Russell" Cup). Carnarvon have 20 points and a goal average cf 55 tn 28. Bangor comes second on the list with 20 points and coal average of 36 to 29. Llanrwst C"WPS third with 16 points.—CONTRIBU- TED. CHIRK v. BANGOR. This Combination match was played at Chirk on Thursday. The game opened some- what tamely, neither side showing up to much advantage. The first goal fell to Bangor, Jones beating Tracey with a rather easy shot in the first ten minutes. Chirk quickly drew level by the aid of Lockley. and before change of ends James gave the colliers the lead. Half-time score: Chirk, two goals; Bangor, one goal. In the second: half the colliers pressed nearly all through. Sam Roberts and Wynn, both >ccrc.l for Chirk. Nothing further was done, and Chirk won by four goals to one.

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