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FOOTBALL. ENvLlkd CUP—THIRD ROUND. DRUIDS v. WALSALL. The meeting between these clubs drew a large crowd to the Druids'' ground in Wynn- stay Park, Rua'bon. Walsall started strong- ly, but the home custodian made some fine saves. From a foul near the visitors' g Price opened the scoring for the Druids. Play was carried on with much sfy.rlt. From. a good centre bv Richards, RaLph Jones put a second into the net. Half-time Druids, 2; Wa kail, 0. Final: Druids, 2; Walsall, 1. WELSH JUNIOR CUP.—FIRST ROUND. WREXHAM R. v. CAERGWRLE. WELSH JUNIOR CUP.—FIRST ROUND. WREXHAM R. v. CAERGWRLE. At Wrexham. For some time, the Caer- 1 gwrle defence was impregnable,! but 'at; length the Reserves broke through, and scored thrice before the change of ends. In t-he^second half, the Reserves scored again, soored thrice before the change of ends. In t-he^second half, the Reserves scored again, and' as Oaergwrfie failed to notch a single point, the, final score read: Wrexham R., I 4 goals; Caergwrle, 0. NORTH WALES COAST LEAGUE. SWIFTS' RESERVES v. HOLYHEAD. At ttihe Oval, Kingsiand, Holyhead. Dull weather, and a fair gate. Holyhead won the toss, and defended the town goal. E. Bogue sho.t a goal in fifteen minutes, Parry equal- ising at. the end of thirty-five minutes' play. Even nlay following, Llandudno playing bet- ter, a good sprint being accomplished by Campbell. Following the goal kick, Evans scored a beautiful goal with a low shot. There was no time to, itake the ball to the centre before half-tliine arrived, when the score was: Llandudno, 2 goals Holyhead, 1. During the second half-time, the home- sters added to their score, the game ending thus: Holyhead, 4 goals Llandudno, 2 goals. LLANRWM v. COLWYN BAY. Played at Llanrwst. Llanrwst won the bosis, and pressed for the first five minutes, but, unfortunately, ithqy icould not 0001'6. From a corner, Elias scored first point. for Llanrwst. The visitors then scored, which was disallowed as a player was off-side. Llanrwst right wing had a run, and Eames scored off Blias's shot. Half-time: iLlan- rwst, 2; Oolwiyn Bay, nil. Two minutes from the restart, J. R. scored a third point for Llanrwst. F: Llanrwst, 4; Col- wvn Bay, 1, » Results up to date — ) Matches. Goals. P. W. L. D. F. A. Pts. Llanrwst 4. 3. 1. 0.14.10. 6 Bangor Reserves 2.. 2. 0. 0. 5. 3. 4 Colwyn Bay 4. 2. 2. 0. 8. 8. 4 Carnarvon. 1. 1. 0. 0. 2. 0. 2 Rhvl Reserves. 1. 1. 0. 0. 4. 2. 2 Holyhead 2. 1. 1. 0. 6. 5. 2 Llandudno Res.. 5. 0. 5. 0.10.19. 0 Menai Bridge 1. 0. 1. 0. 1. 3. 0 .COMBINATION. BANGOR v. GARSTON COPPERJWORKS. Played at Bangor. Early in the match, Bangor ran up, and from a nice pass by Li, Riohie Jones scored with a beautiful shot. Bangor continued to press, a shot from John Bach just missing the mark. Play was I mostly confined to the Gare-ton quarter. A centre from Riohie across the goal mouth, was headed into the goalkeeper's hands. Later on, a centre from Simmle was con- verted by Richie Jones with a good shlot. From a goal kick, the Bangor left got pos- session, and R. Owen again scored for Ban- gor. After this third reverse, the Garston play improved', but they could make no headway against the home defence. A foul I by Roberts in front of groal gave the home- sters some anxiety, Arridge clearing at the expense of a corner, which was placed be- hind. Coming again, Garston forced a cor- ner, Which was nicely met by Smith, who was unlucky not to score. Half-time Ban- gor, 3; Garston, 0. In the seoond half, Biangor added another goal, and a fast game ended: Bangor, 4; Garston Copperworks, 0. < < EVERTON v. WHITE STAR. At Goodison Park. Everton had the best of the onening,and Clarke scored in ten min- utes. Turner then hit the bar, and a Star bacK Ó through his own goal. Interval: Everton, 2 goals; White Star, nil. On re- -no, Clarke got away, but shot, outside. Final: Everton, 2 goals; White Star, nil. CHESTER v. TJRANMERE ROVERS. At Chester. Gordon scored for Chester twenty minutes after the start. The Ces- irians had the best of the nlay up to half- time, when the score stood: Chester, 1; Tranmere, 0. In the second half, Donoghue and ilenmion scored a second and th.rd for Chester. Tranmere scored five minutes be- fore. time. Final: Chester, 3 goals; Tran- mere Rovers, 1. WREXHAM v. RHYL. Played at Rhyl in the presence of a good gate. The first- half was very evenly con- tested, and when the wh stle sounded, nei- gate. The first- half was very evenly con- I tested, and when the- whstle. sounded, nei- ther teams had scored. During the second half, both teams Worked bard for tihe supre- mar, and ultimately the visitors scored. Final Wrexham, 1; Rhyl, Results up to date: Matches. Goals. P. W. L. D. F. A. Pts. Everton C 7. 6. 0. 1.36. 3.13 Liverpool R. 5. 5. 0. 0.29. 3.10 I Druids 6. 5. 1. 0.18. 2.10 Wrexham 8. 4. 2. Tranmere 4. 2. 0.12.10. 8 Chester. 7. 4. 3. 0. 9.14. 8 Llandudno S. 7. 3. 4. 0.17.12. 6 Buxton 6. 3. 3. 0.15.18. 6 White Star W. 8. 2. 4. 2. 9.17. 6 Oswestry U 5. 2. 3. 0.11. 9. 4 South Liverpool 5. 2. 3. 0. 8.16. 4 Bangor 6. 2. 4. 0.10.31. 4 Chirk 5. 1. 3. 1. 3. 6. 3 I Garston C. W. 8. 1. 7. 0. 9.25. 2 Rhyl. 7. 1. 6. 0. 6.28. 2