North Wales Football. CONWAY v. LLANDUDNO. BLUES IN EXCELLENT FORM. Looking very smart in their new blue jersies, the Conway team turned out for another friendly out- ing on Saturday. The match was this time against Llandudno, on the Llandudno ground. It was beautifully fine; if anything a little too warm for a very energetic display. The Blues were much better represented than their opponents. They had on the field pretty much the same team as is likely to represent the walled town throughout the present season. The Amateurs, on the other hand, were minus several of their best players. And perhaps now is the most opportune time to note the changes in the composition of the Conians "a new name by which the Blues are now sometimes known. With the able captain, W. Saunders, Shem, O. Ellis, "J. R." and Lewis Hugh, all supporters of the club are quite familiar. Those that they need an introduction to are Hwfa Williams, a brilliant kicker, who on Saturday played right back Wallace, a Colwyn Bay man who figured as one of the halves Pritchard, a well-known centre and Llew Roberts (Penmaen- mawr) and Evan Jones (Llanrwst), two new men who partnered each other on the left wing. Tom Jones, the great back, was unable to play, but if he is still available, a place will, of course, have to be made for him before the eleven is brought to its highest level of excellence. Hobson, an old Tudnoite, figured in goal, and his performance was in every way most creditable. To return to the left wing men, there is a concensus of opinion that a great improvement has been effected here, and that the importation is likely to be attended with the greatest possible success. As to Llandudno, as has been previously sug- gested, the team placed upon the field was not in any way representative of the popular seaside re- sort's best talent. Some of the players did not even think it worth while to turn out in a decent foot- ball attire. Taken as it was, the team was not a bad one, and at all events served to give their opponents an interesting game. » » The teams were as follows Conway-Goal, Hobson backs, Hwfa Williams and O. Ellis halves, Shem Jones, W. Saunders, and.Wallace; forwards, J. R. Jones, L. Hugh, Pritchard, Llewelyn Roberts and Evan Jones. Llandudno—Goal, Jim Williams backs, Pear- son and W. Lunt halves, W. S. Owen, George Davison and Hall; forwards, Anderson, Bob Roberts, Flood, Williams and W. Owen. Referee, Mr. Vincent. During the first half the Blues played towards the sea. No sooner had the ball been set rolling than the Conway boys were seen to be pressing, and before the game was many minutes old the right wing got under way, L. Hugh and J. R. mak- ing a brilliant effort to score. A little later J. R. again centred the ball in grand style, but both Llewelyn Roberts and E. Jones on the opposite wing, who each had a chance failed to put the leather through. The Tudnoltes in due course had their turn of luck, and breaking away on the right Anderson and Bob Roberts became very dangerous. The Conians during the next few minutes were thrice penalised for breaches of the offside rule, J. R. being one of the worst offenders. Again press- ing, the visiting halfs got well down and feeding their forwards in a most masterful manner (W. Saunders particularly) enabled Pritchard to get in a good shot which was within an ace of going home. The first bit of real excitement happened when the game was about twenty minutes old. Gradually forcing their opponents back, the visitors were to be seen passing to and fro, as thick as bees, right in front of the home goal, but the defence, such as it was at the time, could not have been more effective, and became even really brilliant when Jim Williams thumped the leather some twenty-five yards away, quite clear of the crowd. Well supported by the halves, Williams and W. Owen next distinguished themselves by making a remarkable sally for the homesters. Breaking into a canter mid-field, they soon raced up to the corner flag, and from there W. Owen centred in grand style. The advantage, however, was not well sustained, and the ball was soon back in the other end of the field. It was not often that Hwfa and Ellis allowed the opposing forwards an opening, both players getting in some really deft and well-directed shots. It was as the result of a grand drop kick from Hwfa that the visiting forwards were, about the middle of the first half, placed in a position to score. The ball quickly found its way to the left wing, and E. Jones passing to Llew Roberts, the latter player, after two or three attempts, landed the ball safely in the net. From now until the first whistle was blown, play was of a ding-dong character, Conway, if anything, having most of the game. ° « t Upon the resumption of play the Tudnoites made a great effort to equalise matters but without avail. Of the forwards Anderson and W. Owen were by a long way the most effective. Conway succeeded in pressing two corners one after the other, but the flag kicks brought with them no luck. The game was getting a little stale when Lewis Hugh got in- to possession, and passing to Llewelyn Roberts, after a short run down, the latter player put the ball through in grand style-a hard and fast shot. In the next few minutes Shem was responsible for some pretty work. Recovering their self possession the home team shortly before the close of play made a desperate effort to improve their position, but they seemed to have but very little luck on their side. Every shot they had for goal was brilliantly saved by Hobson. Llew Roberts, on the visiting side, be- came so restless before the close of the game that
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North Wales Coast Football Association. An important meeting of this Association was held at the Plas Mawr Restaurant, Conway, at the close of last week. Mr Henry Lloyd, vice-president, occupied the chair, amongst the other members present being Messrs McKinsley (Holyhead), Willman (Bangor), W. Jones (Llanrwst), Meirs (Colwyn Bay), Campbell (Holyhead), Vincent (Llandudno), and Hughes (Portmadoc), together with the Secretary, Mr J. Ll. Williams. The draws in connection with the different cups was as follows NORTH WALES COAST (AMATEUR) SENIOR CUP. DIVISION I. Festiniog v. Portmadoc (referee, W. Ll. Jones, Llanrwst), Bangor, a bye. DIVISION II. Holyhead v. Beaumaris (referee, J. Roberts, Bangor), Carnarvon, a bye. DIVISION III. Conway v. Colwyn Bay (referee, Mr Beech, Rhyl), Llandudno, Denbigh and Flint, byes. The ties to be played on or before October 13th, on the ground of the first named club, kick-off not later than 3,30. NORTH WALES COAST JUNIOR CUP. DIVISION I. Llandegai v. Bangor Swifts (referee, Mr Hughes Llanrwst), Bangor v. Carnarvon (referee, Mr Hersee, Llandudno), Beaumaris v. Bangor Y.M.C.A. (referee, Mr Vincent, LIandudno), Holyhead v. Bangor Rangers (referee, Mr Morgan, Portmadoc). DIVISION II. Portmadoc v. Dolwyddelen (referee, Mr Jones, Llanrwst), Llanrwst v. Festiniog (referee, Mr Beech, Rhyl). DIVISION III. Llandudno and Colwyn Bay, byes. DIVISION IV. Rhyl Church Guild v. Rhyl Victoria (referee, Mr Jones, Holywell), Denbigh v. Greenfield (referee, Mr Brown Jones, Rhyl), Rhuddlan, a bye. The ties to be played on or before October 27th on the ground of first named club, kick-off not later than 3 p.m.
Golf. One of the most curious of the many suggestions offered of late for the revision of the rules and etiquette of golf (says a writer in the Liverpool Post) is that the man winning a hole in match play ought to have the option of taking the honour. More singular than the suggestion itself is the reas- on given. 'Tis urged that the winner of the hole would be advantaged by seeing how his opponent fared with his drive before trying his own luck. Quite as much, and most probably a great deal more, could be said on behalf of the current custom from the advantage point of view but what about the sportsmanlike aspect ? Surely the player who has won a hole ought not to be afraid to take the lead. As a matter of fact he is not afraid, and would be slow to accept the second place. The proposal to give the winner the option would be to court chaos. Indeed, one may hope to hear nothing further on the subject unless it be a swelling of the chorus of condemnation. Concerning this question of taking, or rather of leaving, the honour, there may be quoted an incident from a local course last week. A player drove off from the first tee, and his opponent ran forward to see what was the lie obtained ere he teed his own ball. The first player objected to the survey on the ground that the action was un- sportsmanlike. Now, there was solidity in the objection, but not in the reason given. The running forward and the inevitable return journey caused delay (I) to the player who had driven off and was left standing in the cold, and (2) to the players, if any, waiting to be started. As for being unsports- manlike, the action was nothing of the sort. It would be as rational to object to the survey con- ventional, though often tedious and wasteful of time, on the putting green. COLWYN BAY CLUB. The mixed foursomes and the putting competi- tions were played over the above links on Saturday. The scores were very good, as the greens with the
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"Half Pagan!" A CONWAY VIEW OF A CLERICAL SPEECH. A Conway correspondent writes as follows to the Daily Dispatch on the subject of the Bangor Diocesan Conference Sir,—I was pleased to read the report of the above, as given in your columns of 28th inst., and fully appreciate and agree with the remarks made by the Bishop, and also the Rev J. P. Lewis. But I should like the English working men (Churchmen) of North Wales to note and remember the state- ment made by the Rev D. Jones, of Abererch, at that meeting. Speaking of the labour movement amongst other remarks he said The Church should not fear it (the labour) or any other movement, but to meet it they should have more preaching in the Welsh language, for the Welshman, not being half pagan, like the English working man, loved oratory and preach- ing, especially in their own beautiful language. I consider this statement made against the English working man most un-Christian, most un- called for, unjust, and decidedly untrue. I would remind the reverend gentleman that the Estab- lished Church in Wales is largely attended and supported by the half pagans." If this is not true of Abererch parish it is of the majority of Welsh parishes. I should be sorry, and all English Churchmen in Wales would be sorry, to think that the reverend gentleman's opinion was shared by the Bishop and 400 delegates present at the conference, although I believe there was not a voice raised against the remark. The half pagans can appreciate oratory and good preaching as well as their Welsh .brothers in the Church. A snub of this sort in the presence of the Bishop of the diocese and clergy will not help in any way to cement that unity and brotherly love which should exist, but, unfortunately, does not, between our Welsh and English brothers and sisters of the Established Church in Wales. I sincerely hope the Rev D. Jones did not mean what he said, and that he will take an early oppor- tunity of explaining himself to the half pagans," who worship at, and love, the Church in Wales. Cree Cottage, .Conway. S. DAVIES.
Rifle Shooting as a Winter Evening Pursuit. To THE EDITOR OF THE Weekly News. Sir,—With the approach of the autumn and winter months a problem which confronts those who are engaged at work during the day is, What shall we do with our winter evenings ? and as a solution to this question I should like to again bring very forcibly to the notice of all Englishmen how incumbent it is upon them that they should become skilled in the handling of a weapon which can be used in defence of their country should ever < they be called upon to defend its shores. The subject of rifle shooting has received very great prominence in the columns of the press since the memorable warning issued to our fellow- countrymen in June of last year by the late Com- mander-in-Chief of the British Army, Field-Marshal Earl Roberts, and I trust that I shall not be thought to be guilty of plagiarism if I also urge the necessity for all the young men of this country to practice rifle shooting. The Society of Miniature Rifle Clubs, of which Lord Roberts is President, and of the Committee of which I am Chairman, has, during the past five years, done all in its power to make rifle shootfng the pursuit and pastime of all Englishmen. Its efforts, I am pleased to say, have not been unsuc- cessful it has been instrumental in forming over 400 rifle clubs. It has held many rifle shooting tournaments throughout the kingdom, and it has, in a word, shewn how rifle shooting can be brought to the very doors of the masses. That its work is appreciated by those who are in a position to judge of its value is evidenced by the fact that the War Office has recently granted to the clubs affiliated to it the same facilities as are granted to the clubs affiliated to the National Rifle Association, promi- nent amongst which is exemption from payment of gun licence by members of clubs using rifle ranges for Miniature Rifle practice. I am afraid that the reason a larger number of rifle clubs do not exist at the present time is that the general public is ignorant as to the require- ments necessary for the fitting up of a range, and I should like to point out that in the event of open space not being obtainable almost any hall or room of not less than say 60 feet in length can at very small cost be protected in such a way as to afford facilities for carrying on of rifle shooting practice, and if those desirous of bringing about the forma- tion of a rifle club will communicate with the Secretary of the Society of Miniature Rifle Clubs, 20, Bucklersbury, London, E.C., they will be supplied with full information on the subject. The cost of the erection of an indoor range is by no means great, and under ordinary circumstances a sum of £ 20 should more than cover the outlay necessary, and should be sufficient in addition to equip a club with at least three rifles. In conclusion I should like to mention that those who are unable to themselves bring about the formation of a rifle club in any particular district can assist this great movement by a contribution, however small, towards the funds. The work that the Society of Mintiature Rifle Clubs has in hand is a national one and should receive national recognition. Our progress is. greatly hampered by want of funds, and the Com- mittee would be grateful if those interested in the Society's objects would shew their appreciation. of its work by making a monetary contribution. I shall be very glad indeed to acknowledge any sum which may be sent to me. I am, Sir, Yours faithfully, Norfolk House, NORFOLK. St. James', London, S.W. Chaitman.
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Three Clerks of Works. FORTY APPLICATIONS. Carnarvonshire Education Committee, on Thurs- day, adopted the following report of the last meet- ing of the Building Committee on the subject of the appointment of clerks of works for (a) Bethesda and Llandudno Junction, (b) Penygroes and Nebo, (c) Llidiardau, Llanbedrog and Tydweiliog. The Secretary reported that, in accordance with a resolution passed at the last meeting of the Building Committeee, he had inserted advertise- ments for the appointment of three clerks of works, and, in reply, had received about 4° applications. He further reported that, after consultation with the Chairman, the applications had been reduced to six by a special sub-committee, consisting of Messrs. D. P. Williams, J. Menzies, C. H. Darbishire and J. Issard Davies, and the following appli- cants had been asked to appear before the Com- mittee that day, viz. 1. Mr James Griffiths, Colwyn Bay. 2. Mr Evan Jones, Festiniog. 3. Mr Hugh Parry, LIandegfan. 4- Mr John Roberts, Menai Bridge. 5. Mr Hugh Hughes, Carnarvon. 6. Mr Robert Roberts, Criccieth. The candidates were interviewed by the Com- mitee, and the following three were eventually appointed, at the respective rates of salary, and to the districts, enumerated below, the appointment in each case to be subject to one month's notice on either side Bethesda and Llandudno Junction: Mr Hugh Parry, at a salary of £2 5s. per week, together with a railway contract ticket between Bethesda and Llandudno Junction. Penygroes and Nebo: Mr Hugh Hughes, Car- narvon, at a salary of £2. a week, such salary to include travelling expenses. Llidiardau, Tydweiliog and Llanbedrog Mr Robert Roberts, Criccieth, at a salary of £ 2 5s. weekly, such salary to include travelling expenses.
he used both his hands and his feet, a style of play that did not seem to meet with the approval of the referee, and for which the new player was suitably penalised. Having added yet another goal to their already substantial lead the Blues left the field winners by three goals to nil. Result: Conway 3, Llandudno o. WELSH COAST LEAGUE. COLWYN BAY v. FESTINIOG, A fairly good muster lined the Penrhos en- closure on Saturday, to witness this League match. < Colwyn Bay captured the full number of points last season, both home and away. « Festiniog had previous to this only played one League match this season, when they visited Bangor. On the City Ground, after a hard struggle, they managed to capture a point. < The homesters, on the other hand, had opened the season strongly, winning their first League match, against Bangor, with a good margin. It was confidently expected that the Bay would add to their goal average, seeing that Festiniog could only draw with Bangor, whilst Colwyn Bay simply ran the former off their legs. Such was not the case, however, last Saturday, for the Quarry lads had quite as much of the game as the Bayites, and if the Festiniog forwards had put more dash into their play they would certainly have returned home with the full number of points. I doubt whether the home team ever gave such a poor exhibition. All seemed to be off-colour, with the exception of Ashton, O. E. Williams and McCann, and if they mean to capture a point at Conway next Saturday, they must play a far superior game than that of last Saturday. The kick-off was timed for 3.30, but it was after four o'clock when the visitors put in an appear- ance. It was not long, however, before Referee Hersee, of Llandudno, had the players ready for I action. The following were the teams :— Colwyn Bay: W. E. Hughes, goal Ashton and O. E. Williams, backs; Campbell, McCann (capt.) and Rowlands, half-backs Moss Jones, W. Jones, Matthews, W. T. Jones, and J. H. Owen, forwards. Festiniog: Ellis Hughes, goal; Meirion Jones (captain) and Rowlands, backs J. Rowlands, Roberts and Lloyd, half-backs Roberts, Lloyd, Robert Roberts, Jones and Owen, forwards. < McCann, as usual, won the toss, and decided to play down the slope towards the college, with a strong sun at their backs. Williams, the visiting centre, started, sending out to the right, but Rowlands was in the way, Roberts being obliged to kick over the line. « Ashton punted far down the field, Moss fastening on the ball, when Meirion Jones came rushing up, and Moss was sent headlong by a charge. The game gradually opened out, the visitors making headway, but they could get no further than the home backs, who were in good form. Mc Cann gave J. Ll. Owen a nice pass, the latter shooting over. < < The visitors tried to force the game on the left. Jones neatly got round Campbell, passed to the centre, and, throwing by the aid of dean footwork got very near to Hughes, but here a serious mistake was made. Williams, the visiting centre, instead of shooting for goal, passed out to the left, Owen, the outside man, being promptly pulled up for off- side. For some time midfield play was the rule, the feature of the game being the brilliant play of both home and visiting centre-halves. The two Joneses of the home right, were next conspicuous, W.Jones finally sending over. < The Bay returned in force from the goal kick, Matthews with only Ellis Hughes to beat, being whistled up for off-side. The visitors in a body rushing up the field, a glorious centre by Roberts being clean missed by Owen. The next item of interest was a run by J. Ll. Owen. He sent in a terrific shot at close quarters, which struck the post with great force, and re- bounded into play, Meirion Jones finally driving out of danger. Despite the sun, which the visitors had to face, they more than held their own. Roberts was a tower of strength to Festiniog, and the forwards were continually being given openings, but when near goal failed miserably. At last, the Bay for- wards came down on the right, Moss dropping the ball right in the goal mouth, Meirion Jones, on his goal line being badly fouled. Owen and Jones went off on the left, the former finally running the ball over the touch-line. A foul against J. Row- lands was put over by O. E. Moss Jones made headway, but was successfully tackled by Meirion, Matthews soon after shooting over. McCann passed out to J. Ll. Owen, who raced away, shoot- ing into goal tamely, Ellis Hughes rushing out to clear. At last, O. E. Williams fastened on the ball for some time, and sent the leather right into the goal mouth, Matthews rushed up and planted in the net, thus opening the Bay's account. From the centre the Quarrymen came down in a body, Roberts, a few yards from goal, shooting miles over. From a throw in they again got close to Hughes, but the latter was never tested. Ashton had to kick out to save his side, but the flag kick was put behind. From now up to the interval the game became very tame. The visitors ought to have equalised, as they were given chances after chances, but the forwards had no idea whatever where the goal was. Restarting, it was expected that the visitors would improve with the sun at their backs, but such was not the case. Colwyn Bay were the first to move on the right, but Moss Jones was clean off. The visiting left half, Lloyd, was too good for him. W. T. Jones and Owen were working well together, Owen forcing a corner off Rowlands. The flag kick, however, was put behind. Mathews missed by a few inches. Ellis Hughes, had a very warm time of it soon after. Campbell dropped the ball right in the goal mouth, at which place an exciting scrimmage took place, Hughes, the visiting custod- ian coming out on top with flying colours. A visit to the other end saw Jones and Williams missing open goals. The last few minutes of the game saw Festiniog pressing, Ashton and O. E. kicking any- where to avert danger, but no goal was forthcoming, and when the whistle sounded Colwyn Bay were declared winners of a poor game by one goal LLANRWST FOOTBALL CLUB. ANNUAL MEETING. The annual meeting of the Llanrwst Football Club was held on Wednesday evening, presided over by Dr. Huw Williams. The balance sheet showed a balance in the bank of £ i 3s. 8d., with liabilities amounting to about fro. The following were elected officers for the coming season :—President, Mr. Finsley vice-
heat lately were very keen indeed. The prizes were kindly given by Mrs. Brock. The competi- tions resulted as follows :— Mrs. Robertson and W. B. Lucas 56 14J—41^ Miss H. Phillips and H. F. Ashby 53 IOJ-421 Miss Pearson and W. Jones 57 12 -45 Miss M. Morris and J. Wadsworth 58 12 -46 Miss D. Parry Evans and C. Reynolds.. 60 13 -47 Miss L. Greigr and W. Robertson 58 10 —48 Mrs. V. Williams and C. Gamble 58 9^—485 Miss M. Phillips and J. Walker 60 II -49 Mrs. Drumm and Dr. Williams 63 14 -49 Mrs. Parry Evans and G. Clare 63 13 -50 Mrs. Whitehouse and P. N. G. Holmes 60 9 -51 Mrs. Backhouse and C. H. Harding.. 64 11 -53 Mrs. Parry and L. A. O'Brien 67 13 -54 Miss Marston and H. D. Walthall. 76 13 -63 The putting prizes were won by the following :— Ladies-I, Miss Wadsworth; 2, Miss Pearson. Gentlemen-I. Mr. W. Jones; 2, Mr. J, Nunn. On Wednesday last the final of the ladies' monthly spoon, the winners of the last six months, was played for. The prize was a gold bracelet presented by a member and was won by Miss L. Greig. The scores were :— Miss L. Greigr 104 15- 89 Miss M. Morris 112 29- 93 Mrs. Robertson 127 33- 94 Miss Parry Evans 134 27-107 Miss Backhouse 134 27-107 Mrs. V. Williams. 147 27-120 CARNARVONSHIRE GOLF CLUB. The ladies' autumn meeting, terminating last Monday, was held in ideal weather. By kind per- mission of the gentlemen, the 18-holes course, con- siderably shortened, was used. The Captain, Miss Darbishire, was the winner of Platt gold medal with a score of 98, Mrs. Hall taking the silver medal with a score of 101, after a tie with Mrs. V. Johnson. Miss Darbishire also won the Mostyn bowl (handicap) with an excellent score of 87-3-84, and Mrs. E. Wood's prize, 3 down on bogey. Miss Brooke was the winner of Mrs. Proctor's prize with a score of 99-20-79, and Mrs. V. John- son's prize for approaching and putting fell to Miss Peers. The prizes for foursomes, given by Mr. P. W. Brundrit, were secured by Mrs. Proctor and Miss Darbishire, the runners-up being Mrs. Hall and Miss Peers. The following are the best returns in the different events PLATT MEDALS (scratch). Miss Darbishire 98 winner of gold Medal. *Mrs. Hall 1011 Mrs. V.Johnson 101 /tied for Sllver medaL Mrs. Proctor 105 Miss Brooke *In playing oft tie Kirs. Hall was the winner. MOSTYN BOWL (handicap). Miss Darbishire 87 3- 84 Miss Brooke 108 20- 88 Mrs. Hall 101 9-92 Miss G. Burke Wood 108 12— 96 Miss Hannaford 123 25- 98 Mrs. V-Johnson 109 10- 99 Mrs. Proctor 107 7—100 Mrs. E. WOOD'S PRIZE (bogey handicap). Miss Darbishire (rec. 3) 3 down Miss Brooke (rec. 15) 4 down Mrs. Hall (rec. 7) 5 down Mrs. V. Johnson (rec. 8). 6 down Mrs. Proctor (rec. 5). 7 down Miss Lewis (rec. 14) 7 down Mrs. Wood (rec. 18) 9 down MRS. PROCTOR'S PRIZE. (Qualifying- round 18-holes bogey handicap-the four best scores to play off 18-holes medal handicap). Miss Brooke (rec. 15) 4 down Miss Hannaford (rec. 18) 4 down Mrs. Hall (rec. 7) 5 down Miss Darbishire, scratch 6 down Mrs. V. Johnson (rec. 8) 7 down Mrs. Proctor (rec. 5). 7 down Miss G. Burkfe Wood (rec. 9). 9 down Miss Peers (rec. 12) 9 down FINAL ROUND. Miss Brooke 99 20- 79 Miss Hannaford 124 25- 99 Mrs. Hall. 113 9-104 Miss Darbishire No ruturns Mr. P. W. Brundrit's prize for foursomes: First Round—Mrs. Hall and Miss Peers beat Miss Hanna- ford and Mrs. Robinson (rec. 8) 7 up and 5. The Misses Burke Wood beat Miss M. Dalton and Miss Arnold (rec. 1) 2 up. Mrs. Proctor and Miss Darbi- shire beat Mrs. E. Wood and Mrs. V. Johnson (rec. 9) 4 up and 2. Miss Brooke and Miss Lewis a bye. Second Round-Mrs. Hall and Miss Peers beat the Misses Burke Wood (rec. 3) 4 up and 2. Mrs. Proctor and Miss Darbishire beat Miss Lewis and Miss Brooke (rec. 10) 3 up and 2. Final-Mrs. Proctor and Miss Darbishire beat Mrs. Hall and Miss Peers (rec. 5) 5 up and 4. The prizes were presented by the Hon. Mrs. H. Mostyn. Miss Darbishire was re-elected Captain for the ensuiug year.
president and treasurer, Dr. Huw Williams secret- ary, Mr. Arthur Evans; captain, Mr. Grenville Jones; vice-captain, Mr G. Chisholme; with a Committee consisting of Messrs A. Hughes, William LI. Jones, W. E. Price, E. Bickers, Walter Jones and D. Thomas. It was unanimously resolved not to join the league for the present season, as it was considered that the travelling expenses to Hoyhead, Port- madoc and Carnarvon were excessive. The team, however, will play for both N. Wales Junior and the Welsh Coast Amateur Cups. They are drawn in the former to play Festiniog at Gwydr Park, on October 27th, kick off 3 p.m., referee, Mr Beech, Rhyl. WELSH AMATEUR CUP. The draw for the first round of this Cup was made at Wrexham as follows:- Flint v Sandycroft; Rhuddlan v Rhyl Church Guild; Rhyl Victoria v Mold; Ruthin Road (Wrexham) v Brymbo Oak Alyn v Broughton United Rosset v Burntwood Eschishan White Stars v St. Mark's (Wrexham) Rhos Athletic v Acrefair; Ruabon v Black Park Weston Rhyn v Cefn; Johnstown v Llangollen. To be played on October 27th. The following clubs have byes:—Bangor, Llanrwst, Llandudno, Colwyn Bay, Connah's Quay, Bala Press, Festiniog, DoLgelley, Barmouth, Llanfyllin, Newtown North^End, Welshpool, Llandrindod Wells, and Llanidloes.. Clubs exempt until the third round:—Buckley Engineers, Portmadoc, AbeT- ystwyth, Rhos Rangers, Chirk, Oswestry, Royal Welsh Warehouses, and Holyhead.