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ANGLESEY ASSIZES.

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FOOTBALL.

PORTMADOC v. PENMAENMAWR.

HL&ULTS UP-TO-DATE.-.

CARNARVON v. PORTDINORWIC.

CWMYGLO v. LLANBERIS.

COMBINATION.

.WELSH AMATEUR CUP—THIRD ROUND.

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.WELSH AMATEUR CUP—THIRD ROUND. BANGOR RESERVE v. RHYL RESERVE This cup tie was played at, Bangor I •* Saturday, in the presence of a satisfactory attendance. Both teams were representa- tive, the visitors including several first team men. Mr HerseeJ Llandudno, offici i- ted as referee. The game started fifteen minutes late, and even then Bangor were minus the services of R. T. Evans. The opening movements were confined to mid- field, and it was apparent that the visitors- were going to make desperate efforts to win, for they infused considerable enorgv into the game. They suddenly drove tIp ball ahead, and W. Evans, one of the home backs, made a lunge at it, but kicked spice instead. The Rhyl forwards rushing up, matters commenced, to look ominous fo" Bangor, but ultimately the ball was so it behind. The Rhyl outside left organised an aggressive movement, which culminate 1 in a corner, and Hughes, shooting through .a crowd of players, scored the first point. The Rhyl forwards again attacked in dead- ly earnest, and it was quite a relief for the spectators when the referee pulled them up for an infringement of the off-side rule The visitors were having much the best of the play at this stage, and seemingly wera putting in all they knew to augment their lead. Dick Ellis drove them back for short time, but they soon returned and played havoc with the Bangor defence, which developed the habit of missing the ball, and were most erratic. R. T. Evans now appeared on the field, and signalled his arrival by driving the ball well ahead, but he unfortunately delayed to shoot until Jack Jones was practically on top of .him, thereby throwing away a certain equaliser. He, however, forced a corner, which Moran breasted into the net. Th ? Rhyl forwards got away, but one of them handling, the venue was quickly changed, and Bangor nearly scored. Neatly kicking the ball over an opponent's head, W. Jono" set his men in motion, and under t1)p- penalty line one of the Rhyl halves handled. the referee awarding a penalty which Burns converted. There was plenty of excite- ment in the game, the spectators vigorous- ly encouraging the home "school boys." Unfortunately the Bangor defence again became erratic, and it was rather lu(-Tv, for them that a foul did occur. This led to the venue of play being changed, Moran and Hatrey beating all opposition, finally securing an unprofitable corner kick. The 1 home forwards were now deservedly ap- plauded for one cf the prettiest movements seen on the Bangor field this season. The ball was quickly transferred from player to player, Moran finishing by striking the Rhyl custodian. R. T. Evans by over- J throwing the burly Jack Jones caused much amusement. The Bangor halves made several ridiculous mistakes, and time aft > • time put the Rhyl forwards in possession The Rhyl centre forward, profiting by a mistake on the part of W. Evans, travelled within a yard or two of the Bangor goat, and was about to put in the final touc J when W. Jones nipped in and cleared. At the other end Moran stopped the ball from going through. This was followed by a I melee in front of the Rhyl goal, which was ultimately captured, but the referee dis- covered an infringement. W. Evans agai.i missed his kick, and the Rhyl outside left whipped across an accurate centre, which D. James Williams, the home custodian, failed to punt as it was passing him, and D. W. Jones beat him.. Before a couple of minutes had elapsed Kenyon put Bangor ahead with a shot which looked like going behind. Half-time: Bangor, 3 goals; Rhyl, 2 goals. Upon the resumption of hostilities Bangor went off in rare style, but the game became even. Jack Jones came. in for a good deal of attention and ap- pealed to the referee for protection.. The home forwards got into line, and Kenyon initiated a grand movement. The ball was passed to R. T. Evans, who, how- ever, was in an off-side position, and he wisely let it alone. Kenyon put matters right by racing up and capturing the ball, which he judiciously transferred to Morao, who was about to shoot for goal when o Jones brought him down. He was cautioned by the referee, who also awarded a penalty kick, Burns again being success- ful. R. T. Evans missed a grand chance of augmenting the lead. The referee bad occasion to speak to an over enthusiastic spectator. The Bangor forwards now put in some smart work, and Kenyon scored the fifth goal with a magnificent shot, and subsequently play was confined in close proximity to the Rhyl goal. R. T. Eva is was penalised for fouling Jack Jones, and this had the effect of easing the pressure on the Rhyl goal, but only for a short, time. R. T. Evans passed to Kenyon, who registered the sixth point in a masterly fashion. He looked like notching another goal when J. Jones hacked him. Play changed rapidly from end to end, and there was plenty of excitement for the spec- tators, who heartily acknowledged thb clever play of the home lot. In the con eluding stages the homesters were very con- spicuous, and on one occasion Hatrey cau noned the ball against the Rhyl custodian. The Rhyl men made a startling rush in the last minute of play, but no advantage accrued, the final score being: Bangor Re serve, 6 goals; Rhyl Reserve, 2 goals. ojfco

ORDINARY MATCHES.

LLANFAIR ROVERS v. BANGOR…

NORMAL COLLEGE v. BANGOR RANGERS.

TREGARTH RESERVE v. BANGOR…

FOOTBALL NOTES.

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I SKIPPER SAVED.

ATTACK ON A COUNTY COURT BAELRFF.