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WELSH CUP.

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WELSH JUNIOR CUP (SECOND ROUND). LLANDUDNO RESERVES v. PENMAEN SWIFTS. This second iroiiiicl between the above teams took place on Saturday last upon the council's ground. Llandudno. The weather was wretched—a «tiff wind blowing, and fit- furt (showers of rain making the 'attendance a very sparse one. The visitors made their first appearance at Ljandudno on the above date, and their record, though but a young team, is very creditable. The following re- presented the visitors:—Goal, E. Jones; E. Hughes and J. Thomas, backs; D. Roberts, R. Roberts, and R. Sloane, half-backs; H. Jones, R. Thomas, J. Roberts, J. Hughes, and W. Hughes, forwards. Llandudno Re- serves: Berwyn Evans, goal; T. J. Jones and W. Hughes, backs; J. Parry. G. Her- see, and J. D. Owen, half-backs; C. Roberts, O. Hughes, 0. E. Hughes, R. Welch, and I). J. Evans, forwards. Referee, Air Smith, Bangor. From the kick-off, it was evident the visitors were not to be trifled with. and some good play wa.s witnessed. The wind played havoc with accuracy, end the ball was therefore frequently out of play. The home- sters, finding that they had nothing to give away, played up well, and «ftar some capital work in front of goal, registered their first point, after some good work on the part of the visiting goalkeeper, who was playing an excellent game. Half-time arrived with the home team leading by one goal to none. Up- z, on resuming, the visitors played ten men only, the centre forward, T. Roberts, met with an accident, and was obliged to leave the field. From the kick-off, the visitors scored. Aided by a strong breeze, the homesters scored twice, and the game resulted in a win of three goals to one for the homesters.

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