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THE COMBINATION. Results to Saturday: Goals. P. W. L. D. F. A. Pta. Crewe Alexandra 10 10 0 0 47 11 20 Wrexham 12 7 3 2 30 22 16 Whitchurch 7 6 0 1 22 8 13 .■Bangor 10 6 3 1 32 26 13 -Chest ex* -9 5 4 0 29 18 10 Tranmere Rovers 5 3 1 1 17 8 7 Nantwich 6 2 2 2 10 11 6 Oswestrv 6 2 2 2 7 8 6 Middlewich 8 3 5 0 12 18 6 Chirk 7 2 3 2 15 21 6 Denbigh 7 2 4 1 17 22 5 jjhvl 7 1 4 2 15 25 4 Salin 4 1 2 1 5 8 3 Druids 8 1 7 0 14 29 2 Conn ah's Quay 6 1 5 0 8 18 2 [Birkenhead 8 0 7 1 7 31 1
BANGOR V. CHESTER. Chester's chance of retaining the Combina- tion Championship appear, to have vanished with their defeat at Bangor on Saturday, for Crewe Alexandra are now eight points in front of the club from the ancient city. Chester actually opei-teci at Bangor with a couple of goals, but then the Welshmen Tattled on four, and the visitors never rallied, Bangor winninjg by 5 goals to 3. Crewe Alexandra gained their tenth successive victory on Saturday, by winning at. Middlewich by 2 goals to 1, and the Railwaymen have now a wonderful record. [Birkenhead again failed, losing at home to Whit.church by 2 goals to 1; but Saltney gained a great victory at Oswestry, the Salopians being beaten by 3 goals to 1. iRhyl and Wrexham drew 3 3, and the Chirk and Denbigh game ended 1 1, ISO that, unfortunately for Chester, Bangor was thi, cn'ly home club to win.
NORTH WALES COAST LEAGUE. DIVISION J. lh.mlt", liD to Saturday, November 6th -T —Goals— P. IV. L. D. F. A. P. Llanrwst Town 6 5 1 0 15 3 10 Carnarvon LT. 5 3 1 1 18 5 7 Bangor Reserve 4 3 1 0 10 7 6 Colwyn Bay 5 2 2-1 13 17 5 'University Coll. 4 1 1 2 12 7 4 •Llandudno A. 5 3 2 0 12 5 4 Conway 5 1 2 2 6 11 4 Holvhead S. 3 1 1 1 5 7 3 Pwllheli Town 2 1 1 0 5 3 2 Llanberis U.. 5 0 4 1 4 26 1 Bl. Festiniog 4 0 4 0 6 15 0 *Two points deducted for playing ineli- gible man. DIVISION II Results up to Saturday, November 6th: -Goals- P. W. L. D. F. A. P. Glasinfrvn S. 2 1 0 1 6 4 3 Menai Bridge 3 0 1 2 8 10 2 Llangefni U. 1 0 0 1 2 2 1 Llechid Swifts 10 01 2 ?. I Carnarvon Res. 1 0 0 1 4 4 1 Holvhead Res..0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Llandudno Res. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
APPOINTMENT OF REFEREES. DIVISION 1. November 13th. Bangor Rep. v. Conway.—W. R. Welsh- Colwyn Bay v Carnarvon.—G. R- O Shaw Llanberis v. Llanrwst-,—C. J. Thomas. Llandudno v. 'Varsity.—W. J. Payrv. November 27t'h. Holyhead v Carnarvon.—W. R. Welsh. DIVISION H. November 13th Carnarvon R-s. v. Ctasintryn.-C. 0. Jones. Holyhead Res. v. Llandudno Res.- T. H. Morgan. November 20th. Holyhead Res. v. LIechid Swifts.— C. J, Thomas. Llangefni v. Ltandudno R,es.-J. B. Alorgan. i, November 27h. Carnarvon Res. v. Llangefni.—J. Roberts. Llechid Swifts v. Menai Bridge.-C. J. fThomas.
Most of the Coast teams were engaged in the 2nd Round of the North Wales Junior Cup. Carnarvon Reserves entertained Pw, and' had to acknowledge. defeat by, the odd goal in three. As the Carnarvon first team had played in a senior cup-tie the previous Saturday, they were ineligible for this Junior Cup-tie. So the Carnarvon Juniors had to play Pwlliheli, who played the majority of their seniors, includ- ing Bob Ellis, Bob Williams, Bob Pughe. Ben Evans. Hardoastle. Will Griffiths and Saunders Williams, together with the Jun- iorg James Ellis, Llew White, John 'Jones and R. White. The game started at a hot pace, Carnarvon Reserves doing the pressing. However, Pwllheli soon took up the aggressive, and it was not long before Hardcastle scored No. 1 with a shot, that the home custodian badly fumbled. Car- narvon now took up the pressing in real earnest, and the Juniors showed some very smart football in midttield, but failed miserably before" igoal. Pwllheli went off again with a splend;id rush and Ben Evans scored No. 2 with a slow shot that the homa custodian allowed to roll harmlessly to tgoda. Half-time Pwllheli 2; Carnarvon Reserves 0. The second half saw the Juniors kicking towards their favourite goal with the sun at their backs. Tfils nan again wasnotly contested, and! shoe after shot was directed at Bob Williams, but he coped' with "thaw all. He had the misfortune, however, onct- of carrying the ball too faT, and so waa penalised, and a free-kick was awarded Carnarvon. From the ensuing struggle in ,front of goal, Ellis Williams secured No. 1 for Carnarvon. It wa's now a ding-dong struggle for supremacy, but ,Carnarvon were far too wild to secure the equaliser They pr-ssed, often enough, but failed badly in their finishing touches. The senior element in the PwllKeli team did invaluable work for their side during this half, steady- ing the defence and directing the attack The home custodian was sorely tested on numerous occasions, but he displayed far better form than in 'the first half. A stiff, hut thoroughly enjoyable struggle, gave the victory to the visitors. Pwllheli 2j Carnar- von Reserves 1. I There was very little to choose between the two teams, and/ Pwllheli won because of their greater experience. Perhaps a draw would have represented the actual run draw would have represented the actual run of the play, but we must admit that Pwll- heli finished their attacks better. Still the 'two goals they secured were the softest of goals, and ought not to have been recorded. ) The visitors were a well-balanced team and were cooler and more methodical than their younger opponents. Bob Williams in goal. was very safe, and cannot be blamed for the goal scored against him. Of the two backs. Bob Pughe was easily first, for he. played a sturdy, confident game. He was, on the day's play the best back on the field. James Ellis, the veteran, was not always sate. The halves played a 'g'Ood' game, although Bob Ellis was the most vigorous. Whit A and ",Sandy" were quite as, effer-tive. Jgen (Evans was the best forward on his side, closely followed by Hardcastle and White. John Jones and Will Griffith also worked j hard and were often very dangerous. We \vore agreeably surprised in the dis- play of the Juniors, and feel certain, that with dUittle practice and experience, they will turn out a very smart team. Willie I Hughes in goal was in very poor form in the I first half. He improved in the second half, and showed some of his real form. R. EytorL, Hughes and R. Moreton Williams, despite Hughes' occasional miski'eking, did very well on the whole. The halves all did well, especially E. R. Jones, who was in our opinion, easily the best man on the fieM. He I fhas all the makings of an ideal left-half. Ellis Williams and W. H. Jones were i also good, Jones, if anything a trifle slow. Of the forwards, only R. Trevor Roberts was a success, Wilkinson a fair success, and the other-three failures. Francis did some smart 0' I things now and then, but Hurrhie Jone& and Parry played very badly. Sullivan with j Wilkinson on the left wing, H. J- Ellis at centre, and Land with R. Trevor Roberts on the right, would! make a very formidable forward line for tha Juniors. We congratu- late the Executive on the (Reserves, and hope they will persevere with them. Llanberis entertained distant visitors from the Merionethshire watenng-place Farmouth, and we extend to the Perisians our heartiest congratulations on the first victory of the season. Barmouth started well and had most of the game in the first half, Llew Davies scored frorha penalty early on in the game. Price soon followed with No. 2, and the hall-time score read, BaTmouth 2, Llan- bftris 0. In the second half things were much changed, and the men of Meirion saw the Perisians swooping down on their goal time after time with irresistible rushes. The football shown by the Quarrymen at this stage was simply dazzling, and if they can reproduce the same form in League matches, they will soon escape the bottom run., of the ladder. 'They actually scored six goals. iEvan Lloyd Hughes, their captain, was in tremendous form and carried all before him. The score at the finish read, Llanberis 6; Barmouth 4. Congratulations Peiisians, and more good luck. Bangor Reserves journeyed to Holyhead ana the homesters ran out easy winners by five goals to two. ISo last year's finalists in the Junior Cup are out of it very early this season. Wallace Jones drew firstbiloodJ for the homesters, the ball glancing off Ireland' to the net. R. 'C. Jones soon followed with: another, and Ivor Thomas gave Bangor their first, goal. The game was very vigorously contested, but Holyhead always held the upper hand, and eventually won by five goals to two. Whilst their Juniors were losing at Holy- head the Bangor Combination team won a splendid victory over Chester by five goals to three. Both sides showed splendid foot- ball, but Bangor were always more danger- ous in front of goal. We heartily congratu-
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-0 NORTH WALES JUNIOR CUP. HOLYHEAD V. BANGOR. These teams met at Holyhead on Satur- day in the first round for the North Wales Coast Junior Cup. The game was started strongly, Holyhead playing down the field and sweeping down upon Williams,the Ban- gor goal-keeper, with .great determination Enoch Williams passed the leather to Johnny Jones-Wallace, who sent it with a strong shot intto the net. The ball was worked up the field by the visitors, who showed great pluck, but it was promptly re-captured and taken down the field by the Sealarks, who were getting into fine fettle. For a short- time the baiil was played in midfield, and, it appeared as if Bangor would score when Johnny Jones had a fine run and scored, to .1., the immense delight of the onlookers. A few minutes later, Holyhead nearly scored another goal, but the via tors' goal-keeper saved well. The visitors were fighting man- fully. and the Harbourmen eased up a little, but the visitors were up to business and R. Ivor Thomas sent the ball with a. crash into the net. Holyhead- commenced to attack with great vigour again, and an exciting struggle took place. It was soon evident that the home side were determined to maintain the lead. and R,. C. Jones scored. The Hotyhea.dians were now clearly the better team and were winning easily. A desperate attack was made on the visitors goal, but the goal-keeiper saved grandly. The'home team, however, were not to baulked, and the fourth .goal was scored by Hugh Jones. Half-time arrived; with the Hclyheaaians leading. Holyhead 4, Bangor 1. < Woon the game was resumect,-the visitors seemed to be lacking in the dash that characterised them at the commencement of the match. They soon rallied, however, and piaying down the slope, it appeared for a time as if they were going to score. They seemed to have regained their determination. and fought with great spirit. They pressed the homesters continually and H. Richards, at last, managed to send the ball into the net. The visitors vrare now playing gallantly, and rushed in the direction of tho home goal. They madie threie attempts to score, one shot being wide and the other two ware grandly saved! by Collier. The iSealaxks now began to exert themselves, and the 'visitors'goa-l:-waS- subject to a neavy fire, but Williams was not to be caught napping, and sent the leather back each tiraa it came his way. At last, a desperate scramble ensued in front, of goal,and Johnny .lones-Wallace put in the filth goal for the jlSea-larks. No more goals were scored, and the game endar in a win for Jlolyhead by five goals to Bangor's two.
LLECHID SWIFTS V. BANGOR DRUIDS. This match was played at Coetmor Park, Bethesda, on Saturday. At the start, the Druids pressed, but Joe Hughes cleared. 0. R. Jones saved cleverly in the first minute, and T. J. Roberts saved) from W. Donaldson, the Druids inside left. Roberta again saved cteverlyi frim Dick Roberts. Llechid pressed, but T. L. Roberts, the Llechid outside right, handled the baU. The Druids again pressed, and R. T. Wil- liams scored. Directly afterwards O. R. Jones cleared cleverly. Llechid torced a corner, and O. R. Jones made a graaid save Llechid pressed, but George Williams shot behind from a good position. Llechid again pressed, but blundered in front of goal. A free kick was awarded the Druids, but the ball was shot over. T. Owen, the Llechid centre half missed, R. Tt Williams runnmg through, but Roberts saving well. Llechid again pressed, but Thomas shot over. Tom Jones shot in, and O. R. Jones failing to clear properly, Thomas, the Llechid centre- forward, played it through, thus equalising. Llechid continued to press and forced a corner which was cleared. At half-time I tha -score was Lleohid 1, Druids 1. • » ♦ In the first minute of the second half, T. L. Roberts broke through and scored for tho Swifts, and directly afterwards his partner, Joa Williams, scored with a grand shot that gave O. R. Jones no chance. A few minutes later, the Druids scored through Dick Ro- berts. At this point, one of the home backs left the field injured, and in his absence ths Druids scored another goal and equalised. Final: Llechid 3, Druids 3.
-0 LLANDUDNO RES. V. PENMAENiMAW.R Lla,ndudno Reserves entertained Pen- maenmawr to a Junior Cup fixture on Sat- urday, Mr Caleb Thomas (Bangor) being the referee. The visitors won the toss and elec- ted to defend the promenade end goal. On the whole, the .game was fairly contested, the teams being about equal in points of merit. Result: Llandudno Amateurs Reserves, one goal; Penmaenmawr, nil.
NORTH WALES COAST LEAGUE. CONWAY V. BANGOR UNIVERSITY. Bangor University College team were engaged at Conway on Saturday afternoon. in a League fixture. m S Conway won the toss. In the opening exchanges, the University exhibited better combination than the home men. and several times penetrated the defence. Claud Davies dribbled up, and centred for Wright to score, blJt the referee whisTIed offside. The game was vigorous, and there appeared to be too much "vlnvinrr the man" intstead of playing the ball. The homesters "bucked" up, and went off with a fine burst. W. H. Jones got going on the left, and sent & splendid centre across the goal mouth. Tom Craven on the other srde received, and iu turn banged the leather across, which was met by S. Parry, who sent in a clinking shot, which beat the University custodian. The visitors tried hard1 to equalise, but they failed to find the net. Several times, however, they nearly got through, and Wright once failed in front of the goal mouth. Mathews upon another occasion. kicked the ball towards the comer flag when only a few feet from the goal line. W. R. Jones got abusy on the left, but D. S. Owen. the visiting right full back, ran across, and brought him to earth with a bang. A foul was (given against the University. In the last few exchanges the visitors showed the best form and experienced hard lines in not scoring. Half-time score was:-Conway 1, University nil. • • • Resuming play, the University again showed the better form, and play was exciting. Tt was, however, only ten minutes before time when the University gained a well-deserved goal. This was brought about by a nice piece of forward play by Don Rowlands. Ellis miskicked the ball, and Mathews, who received, ran across and easily beat Llew Parry. This was the only goal scored during the second half, and the game resulted in a draw of one goal each.
WELSH AMATEUR CUP. Shrewsbury Rovers 5, Welshpool 2. Acrefair United 2, Druids Reserves 1. *Roya} Welsh 4, Montgomery 1. *Rossett 1, Brymbo Victoria 1. *Brynteg W. iSta-r 6, Gresford j. Flint 8, Ruthim 0. Shotton Town 3, *Buckley Rangers 0.
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TALYCAFN BRIDGE REFERENCE AT DENBIGHSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL.. At a meeting of the Denbighshire County Council on Friday, the Clerk referred to the proposal to open negotiations for the pur chase of Talycafn Bridge, for which a price of E6,500 had b^n asked, and mentioned that the County Cornice's borrowing powers had been reached within E2,000, and this amount would be wanted for other pur poses. Negotiations in conjunction with the Carnarvonshire. County Council having already begun., it was decided not to int-er fere at the present stage.
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CONWAY'S NEW MAYOR The newly-elected Mayor of Conway (Councillor John Williams) is a native of that town, having been born in Groesifordd, in the neighbourhood of Gytfin, and l as spent his lifetime among the electorate. He is thus a prophet honoured by his own people, and his ambition is to serve the people honestly. He was educated in the Conway National Schools, under the present schoolmaster, Mr Allen, who claims him to be one of his old boys. At the close of his school days he was apprentised to the drap- ery trade, with Alderman Edward Jones (late Mayor of Conway). Mrs Williams is a member of a well-known Llanbrynmair family, being tihe daughter of Glniffydd Risiart. Her father and her uncles ("S. n. and "J. R.") were pioneers of Welsh Liber- alism and Nonconformity in the last century. Councillor Williams has served on the Con- way Town Council for close upon 18 years. He was first elected in 1891, and every time he has sought re-election the electorate has returned Kim the first or the second on The list. He contested for the Liberals for the seventh time this Novmeber, and was re- turned triumphantly. His geniality and faithful service have won the highest esteem of every party in the borough. He "as elected on the Board of Guardians in 1907, and is a useful member of that body. He is a deacon and treasurer at Zion Chapel, and this year he is the superintendent cf the Sunday School.
WREXHAM HORSE SALES. We would call our readers' attention to Messrs Frank Lloyd and Sons' last quarterly horse sales for the year in the North Wales Repository. Wrexham, to be held on Wed- nesday and Thursday next. Every facility is given for examination and trial and two clear days after the sale allowed for trial for work. Catalogues may be had on application to the Auctioneers. is given for examination and trial and two clear days after the sale allowed for trial for work. Catalogues may be had on application to the Auctioneers.
PENLLYN'S SILVER WEDDftVG A very interesting function took place at Ebenezer Chapel (C.), Old Colwyn, on Fri- day night, when the Rev W. Evans Jonesa (Penllyn) and Mas Jones were the reci- p, tnts of presentations on the occasion of their silver wedding. The movement was fttiarted outside the church of which Pen- 11 yn has been the pastor for nearly 30 years. A fairly good audience aJsseonbled to wit- ness tihe ceremony. Mx David JOllQ8 (Hebron House) presided. He observed that during his stay at Old Colwyn Pen- Jjjti had gained the attention and the re- spect of all classes of the community. -Air Thomas Jones, the oldest native, ii not the oldest resident in Old Colwyn, pre- sented on behialf of tthe subscribers a. Block- senderfer typewriter to Penliyn, and Mrs Thomas Jones presented a silver kettle and spirit lamp, and a. case of ash. knives and forks to Mns Jones.
CONWAY BOARD OF GUARDIANS. Friday, Mr Rogers Jones (Glan Conway) presiding. It was decided to renew the annual sub- scription of L5 5s towards the Penmaen- mawr Nursing Association. A scheme was adopted with a view to bet- ter classification on inmates in the house, and in some measure to separate the worthy and deserving from the undeserving, and for the better working of the workhouse generally. It was also agreed to invite schemes for heating all dayrooms, dining- roorms, boardroom, /infirmary, throughout, and tramp wards. It was decided that application be made to the Local Government Board for sanction to borrow JB955 2s 5d, being the cost of r ur- chase of the Cottage Homes as well as fur- nishing same. The Clerk reported that he had received from the Local Government Board the t-um of L246 18s 9d being the current half-year's grant under the Agricultural Rating Act.
'J'NIi!I!i Lolwyn Bay CUT BOTH WAYS.—At a meeting of thee Highways Committee of the Council, a let- iter was read from Mr Bateson, declining to defray half the expense of laying a sewer in the old highway. That being so, the com- mittee decided to droT) the matter. "INDIA AT HOME" was the title of an entertainment which Mr and Mrs Victor Andre gave in the Victoria Pavilion oa Monday evening, and they were supported. by a number of artistes. Conjuring, thought. transmission, and ventriloquism were in.- dulged in.
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NORTH WALES FOOTBALL LEAGUE LADDER. POSITION OF THE TEAMS AT A GLANCE. _n (CARNARVON LLANDUDH0 BAKG0R Res. PWLLHELI HOLYHEAD CONWayJ COLWYN B FESTllTIOG 'VARSITY Col LLANBERIS 40' 40 40 40 40 40 J" JJJ ™ 40 — 40 391 39 39 39 39 39 39 39 39 39 39 381 38 38 38 38 38 38 3& 38 33 38^ 37! 37 37 37 37 37 37 37 ————— 37 37 37 36! — 36 36 36 36 36 36 36 36 36 36— 35 35 35 35 35 35 35 35 35 35 35 34 34 34 34 34 34 34 34 34 34 34. m _— 33 33 33 33 33 33 33 33 33 33 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 31 31 31 31 31 31 31 31 31 31 31 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 29 29 29 29 29 29 29 29 29 29 29 2« 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 27 27 27 27 27 27 27 27 27 27 27 26 26 26 26 26 26 26 26 26 26 261 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25| 25 25 25 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 ( 90 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 29 22 22 22 22 22 22 22 1 22 22 22 of 21 21 21 21 21 21 21 21 21 21 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 19 19 19 19 19 19 9 9 9 19 19 18 18 18 181 18 18 }8 18 18 1S is| 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 J7 17 17^ 17 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 J6 16 16 16 — 15 15 15 15 15— 15 15 15 15 15 15 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 4 U U 13 13 13 13 13 13 131 ^J3 13 13 13 2 12 12 12 12 12 12 j J2 12, 12 — 12 11 11 11 u 11 "I 1 111 11 10 01 10 10—— 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 r! 8 8 8 8 I 8 8 8 8 S 8 7 7 7 7 7— 7 7 7 7 7 7 6 6 6—— 6 6 6 6 | 23 g 6 6 5 5 ~— 5 ^| ^"— IË= I During the football season we shall pub- lish every week a North Wales Coast League "Ladder" on which the positions of the respective teams may be seen at a glance. The footbaJLersf positions on the ladder show the number of league points won by each team, the thick line on each ladder representing; the te&m'B present position. Each team is represented by a number ac- cording to the subjoined list, anU it will be noticed that the teams are numbered in the order in which they stood at the. end of last season. Beaumaris and Denbigh, have I dropped out, and University College and I Llaabefia hava beeo added. 1—CARNARVON. 2-LLANDUDNO. 5—BANGOR RESs 4—PWLLHELI. 5—HOLYHEAD, 6—CONWAY, 7—COLWYN BAY B-LL"N:RWsrI'. 9—FESTINIOG. 10-'V ARS!IIDY (XXL III-LLAND-EMS,
late the Bangor Executive on the great im- provement in their Combination team this season. They have got together a really good team and they do very wisely in keeping the men together. Carnarvon's successes last season proved the value of d'jlILg so. < Conway v. "Varsity was the only League game played, and as we predicted in this co'imn last week it prcved a rare tussle,. Conway were represented by an ex- cellent team including W. H, Jones, who played for Bangor last year. The game started at a rare pace and bjth sides attacked in turn. Conway secured the first goal from the foot of Sam Parry. It was a very line oaJL W. H. Jones had whipped across to Craven, and Craven Tgturned for Sam Parry to bang in. The second half was nearly over before the students secured the equalising goal, although they more than deserved it long before. Now Ellis made a bad mistake, so Matthews slipped in, and scored a fine -goal. The game was well contested, the Students showing very gocd form, but they were erratic before goal. Even Wright, the crack scorer of the Bay match, failedl to enhance his reputation A very fine game enried in a draw. Con- way 1; Bangor V irsit y 1. Conway Reserves travelled to Festiniog, and the Quarrymen ran cut easy winners by eight goals to one. Festiniog will now have to meet Llanrwst at Llanrwst, and we would not be surprised to see the game end in a draw Llandudno Reserves sent Pen- maenmawr out of the Cup by the only goal of th<. match. In the same competition. Bangor Druids and Llechid Swifts made a draw of three goafs a piece. » Next Saturday will see some of the Coast teams figure in the first round of the Weish Senior Cup. In the preliminary round Beaumaris had a bye, but now they have to meet Carnarvon at Carnarvon. Carnarvon won the Preliminary Round after a great struggle at Llandudno, and we expect another battle royal on Saturday. Beau- maris v. Carnarvon was the great draw last year, and scores will turn up on Saturday with very lively reco'lections of the great struggles of last year. Carnarvon should pass on to the second round.