LEAGUE-DIVISION I. Goals P. W. L. D. For Agst. Pts. Manchester United. 8 7 •• 1 0 27 7 14 Sheffield Wednesday. 8 6 1 1 18 8 13 Bury 10 S •• 4 •• 1 •• *5 •• '7 •• 11 Everton 8 4 •• 2 •• 2 21 14 10 Sheffield United 7 3 ••• 1 •• 3 • • 13 • ■ 9.. 9 Liverpool 8 4 3 1 15 13 9 Manchester City 7 3 2 2 15 x2 8 Middlesbrough. 8.. 4.. 4.. 0 11 9 8 Blackburn Rovers. 7 4 3.. 0..11.. 9.. 8 Notts County.. 9 3 4 -4 -3 8 Newcastle United-, 8.. 3.. 3.. 2.. 9.. 12.. 8 Sunderland 8 3 4 T 14 13 7 Notts Forest 7 3 3 1 14 15.. 7 Bristol City 8 3 4 14 17.. 7 Preston North End 8 2 4 2 14 12.. 6 Aston Villa 8.. 3.. 5 o.. 7 14.. 6 Woolwich Arsenal. 8.. 2.. 4.. 2.. 6.. 14 6 Bolton Wanderers. 6 2 3. I 8 14 5 Birmingham 8.. 2.. 6.. o.. 9.. 14 4 Chelsea 7.. 1 6 o.. 7.. 20 2 WELSH COMBINATION. Crewe Alexandra. 6 5 1 0.. 15 9 10 Whitchurch 4.. 4.. 0 0 17.. 4.. 8 Chester. 4.. 3.. o 1 18 5 7 Tranmere Rovers 3.. 3.. o.. 0.. 16 3.. 6 Connah's Quay 6 2.. 2.. 2.. 8.. 14.. 6 Oswestry. 3 1 0 2 7 4 4 Wrexham. 6 1 4 1 15 17 3 Druids. 4.. 1 2.. 1 10 12 3 Nantwich 3.. 1 2.. o.. 5.. 2.. 2 Chirk 2.. 1.. 1.. o 6 4.. 2 Rhyl 3.. 1 2.. o.. 4 6 2 Birkenhead 5 1 •• 4 •• 0 •• 6 15 2 Welshpool 4 0 3 1 5 21 1 Bangor 3.. o.. 3 0 1 Io o COAST SENIOR LEAGUE. Goals P. W. L. D. For Ag'st. Pts. Beaumaris. 3 3 0 0 IO 3 6 Bangor 2 2 0 0 9 5 4 Rhyl Reserve 4 2 2 0 9 7 4 Holyhead 2 1 1 0 8 3 2 Colwyn Bay. 2 1 1 0 3 3 -■ 2 Llandudno. 2 1 I 0 5 5 2 Denbigh 2 1 1 o 1 6 2 Llanrwst 3.. 1 2 0 3 5 2 Carnarvon. 3 1 2 o i i 8 2 Festiniog 2 1 1 0 3 IO 2 Conway 3 0 3 0 7 14 0 FIXTURES FOR NEXT SATURDAY. THE LEAGUE (First Division)- Birmingham v. Chelsea Blackburn Rovers v. Manchester United Bolton Wanderers v. Nottingham Forrest Bristol City v. Bury Everton v. Sheffield United Manchester United v. Newcastle United Notts County v. Preston North End Sheffield Wednesday v. Aston Villa Sunderland v. Middlesbrough Woolwich Arsenal v. Liverpool THE LEAGUE (Second Division)- West Bromwich Albion v. Stockport County Stoke v. Glossop Hull City v. Wolverhampton Wanderers Fulham v. Oldham Athletic Barnsley v. Burnley Blackpool v. Leicester Fosse Bradford City v. Gainsborough Trinity Chesterfield v. Grimsby Town Derby Countv v. Leeds City THE COMBINATION- Bangor v. Welshpool Birkenhead v. Whitchurch Connahs Quay v. Rhyl Wrexham v, Chirk Oswestry United v. Tranmere Rovers NORTH WALES COAST LEAGUE- Llanrwst v. Denbigh-R. Hersee Beaumaris v. Festiniog- J, H. Vincent Holyhead v. Bangor-F. Beech Carnarvon v. Llandudno-C. J. Thomas NORTH WALES COAST SENIOR CUP- Colwyn Bay v. Conway (replayed tie). FRIENDLY— Portmadoc v. Pwllheli WEDNESDAY LEAGUE- October 23.-Llandudno Corinthians v. Colwyn Bay All matches on ground of first-named team. Home clubs must provide dressing-room for visiting teams.
Results at a Glance. The Welsh Combination- The Welsh 'Camhiniation was in good force on Saturday, and .the following are brief xesults:- Druids, 3; Wrexham, 1. Chirk,. 6; Bangor, r. Chester, 8; Birkenhead, o. Connah's Quay, i Oswestry, r. Crewe Alexandra, 3; Rhyl, r. Whitchurch, 7; Welshpool, r. In the match ,between the Druids and Wrex- ham Cliffe. the new custodian for Wrexham from Burslem Port Vale, had to be carried off the field suffering from a broken cheek-bone. North Wales Coast Senior Citp- Conway, 1 Colwyn Bay, r. Ruthin, 2; Rhyl, 1. Friendly- Pwllheli, 5; Llandudno Amateurs, 2.
COAST SENIOR CUP. THE GULLS ON THE MORFA. (BY RAMBLER.") For the above cup competition there were only two miatdhes downs for decision, viz. Con- way v. Colwyn Bay, and Ruthin v. Rhyl Re- serves all the others, eighrt in number, had byes. For the same cup last season the above teams were drawn against each other, when the Bayites drew at Conway, but lost the following Saturday at Penrihos enclosure. So far, history has repeated itself, but whether Conway will prove better (than the Gulls at Col. wyn Bay remains to be seen. The visitors turned out last Saturday almost ,at their strongest, but again the Blues failed to put the eleven as selected, Lewis Hugh and W. J. Jones (the former owing to injuries and the latter to a business, engagement) being un- avoidably .absent. < < Too ground was in a fair condition, despite the recent rain, and when Referee Beech called ,the players together, there was a splendid crowd round the ropes. The following were the teams:- Colwyn Bay: Goal, Hallwood backs, E. O. Williams and W. T. Jones; halves, Ned Griffiths, Wellings, and McCann forwards, 'Moss Jones, W. Jones, J. T. Owen, Stanley Hughes, and J. Ll. Owen. Conway: Goal, Joe: Hughes; backs, Tom Jones and O. Ellis; halves, Shem Jones, Bob Owen, and T. Smith; forwards, J. R. Jones, Hugh Parry, Atherton, W. Thomias, and Sam Parry. < McCann, winning the toss, took advantage of the strong breeze, playing towards the river, and amidst intense excitement Atherton set the ball rolling. The visitors, who wore red shirts, were the first to Ishow up, "Moss and W. Jones getting well up, only to be driven back by Ellis. They were soon back again, per J. Ll. Owen, who ishot miles; over the bar. Bob Owen, after taking the leather from J. Owen, set his right wing going, but J. R. was weak in front of Hall- wood, his attempt going wide. A foul against Bob Owen saw the Reds travel down on the left, but Shem was one too good for W. Jones, easily taking possession of the ball, and giving to Ajtheirton, who, in turn, passed out to his left, Thomas and Sam Parry making tracks, and a timely centre by the latter being lifted too high by the home pivot. < < The ball was for some time kept on the left of the Reds, but try as they would they could not get the best of the Blues' defence, who suc- cessfully repulsed all rushes, till at last J. LI. Owen sent across a beautiful centre, Moss fail- ing to get at the ball, which rolled over the line. From the goal kick J. R. went flying along the wing, only to lose the ball when McCann tack- led him. Yet the Blues came .rushing up on the left, an accurate centre by Sam Parry bei-nig put over by Atherton. Now was seen a isplendiid attempt bv McCann at long range, but Joe was equal to Tommy's attempt, cleverly fisting the ball over his goal, and from .the enl. suing flag kick Tom Jones gave the spectators a rare treat. He took the ball through all opposi. tion, this: kind of thing naturally bringing about roars of laughter from the home crowd, who bucked up their vets, and they gamely re. sponded, as the left wing got up, and Atherton failed again, this time only by a few inches. But they could not be kept out, though facing a .strong breeze. J. R. nicely got ro-und E. 0., .and having what appeared a certain goal, shot behind. There is not the slightest doubt that Jimmy was excited iat this point. A free kick
Bob Ellis. CAPTAIN OF THE PWLLHELI FOOTBALL CLUB. I have pleasure in presenting our readers with a photograph of ithe popular captain of the Pwllheli Football Club, Bob Ellis. The town of Pwllheli is fortunate in having a captain that is so enthusiastic in the game as Bob, who is a sterling centre-half of the well-balanced Port Heli men. He is only 23 years of age and is of strong build, and a veritable glutton for work. He is a baker by trade. This is his first season as captain of the clever Pwjlheli men, and is an ideal "coimmander" of his gallant crewe. He has played for six seasons with the Pwllheli Town Club, iand for the last two sea- sons he assisted the men of Portmadoc, where football of a good order was to be seen. I join many coast friends in wishing Ellis and his nimble crew a very prospetous season. Pwll- heli am byth VIGILANT. to the Reds saw Joe Hughes bring off a marvel- lous save, and a moment later Wellings shot over at a terrific rate of speed. The visitors now woke up, the home defence being tested to its utmost, both home backs playing a brilliant game. J. Ll. Owen could do nothing owirl to Shem keeping him well in hand. A foul to the Blues was placed well in, Hallwood bringing off a clever isave amidst a crowd of players. W. Thomas got through on his own, but when on the point of shooting was neatly robbed by W. T. Jones. Yet another pop by Wellings was safely cleared by Hughes. Coming down in earnest for Hughes was Mc- Cann, when Tom Jones accidentally handled just outside ,the area, and it almost looked like Hughes's charge going down, when relief was brought about through one of the Reds getting offside. The game was well contested, both goals being visited, and half-time arrived with a clean ,sheet. < it After partaking of coffee the teams again lined up, and the first to get dangerous was Stanley Hughes, who went well up and passed to Owen, Who lost the ball on the line. From the throw on J. R. was set going, Atherton testing Hall- wod with a beauty, buot to no avail, as the Reds' custodian was playing a sound game. Again and again shots were raised at him, all of which were cleverly got clear. There was no denying the persistent dash of the Blues at this period. At last Tom Jones tried his luck at long range, and ,there is not the slightest doubt but that his effort was going a few inches wide; but E. O. thought different, for he attempted to stop the leather, but owing to the speed it was travel- lilng, it rebounded from his foot into the net. After this success the home, eleven seemed to take things easy, as they slackened down very much in their play. And the Reds at once took full advantage of this, Hughes having many a warm handful, which, aided by the sound de- fence in front of him, he was able to dispose of. Fouls became frequent, J. T. Owen, the visiting pivot, appearing to make a target of Tom Jones. Finally Mr. Beech was obliged to order J. T. Owen off, and 'though having only ten players, the Reds seemed to be having the best of the argument. Shem was seen to give: J. LI. Owen too much scope, the .same thing applying to Smith, with Moss Jones. At last, from a throw in., MOlsls went off and centred right in front of Hughes, and in a melee the ball was netted. After this the Blues made desperate attempt to take the lead, but their chance was gone, and with the Reds busy at work, through Stanley Hughes, the whistle sounded, the final result being Conw.ay, 1 Colwyn Bay, r. < COMMENTS. Conway threw away a chance at home, a chance that may not come their way again. They were continually at fault after having once had a goal to their ,credilt, and when one bears in mind that Colwyn Bay drew level after losing a man, it speaks wefll for their pluck. The visi- tors, on the whole, gave a poor display, with the exception of Hallwood. He .must be credited with the draw. Colwyn Bay may well be proud of 'their custodian,. Both backs were shaky at times. E. O. Williams played a hard game,
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but was not as sound as I have .seen him at back. Wellings was the pick of the halves, his pops being very dangerous. McCann was off form on ,this occasion, whiLst Ned could do no- thing against Sam Parry and Thomas. The beat man in. the forward line, without a doubt, was Stanley Hughes. He simply electrified the home defence at times. J. Ll. Owen had forgotten his football boots, as he was far out oif the mark when .shooting for goal. The right wing was never permitted to get dangerous, owing to Smith's watchful eye, but Moss. was. allowed some scope in the latter portion of the game, of which he took full advantage. As to Owen, the pivot, whilst giving him. the credit that he is a good player, it must be stated that he is too ready to play the man. The homesters gave a good display in the first portion of the game, but fell off consider- ably in the second moiety. When once a team gets the lead, that ought to encourage them to add to their .score, especially when having, as Conway had, the wind at .their backs. Let this be a lesson to them in future matches. Hughes;, in goal, gave a creditable display, though not seriously troubled, but I am of opinion that his display last Saturday justifies his inclusion in the team. Both backs were in the best of form. Ellis being eager to keep his goal intact, whilst Tom Jones was a bit of everything. In fact, he could be seen at times .amongst the forwards. But I would .rather see him at his post as back. lit is not at all .safe to leave one's post. Of the halves, the busiest was Shem, and J. LI. Owen ,and Stanley Hughes will .second this., I think. ,Old Bob Owen was, as usual, in, the thick of the fight, but not in his form. I know this to be your first gama, Bob. The reserve half, Smith, played a hard and useful game, and I thought would have scored with some of his losg punts. He stuck to Moss most affection- ately for most of the ninety minutes. Excite- ment was noticeable amongst the forward rank, especially in the case of J. R., and also Ather- ton. Keep a cool head when you meet the centres, Tom. The left. wing again worked har- moniously, Sam Parry being seen at his best on the extreme, whilst Thomas ably asFiisted him. Hugh Parry's only fault was dallyisg too long with the ball. I predict a stiff game at the replay next Satur- diay, and as both elevens can strengthen their ranks, a close finish may result. I hope that Referee Beech will keep the vlayers well under control, and may the .better team win. < The following have been selected to represent Conway at Colwyn, Bay next Saturday —Goal, Joe Hughes backs), Tom Jones and O. Ellis.; halves, Shem Jones, Bob Owen, and W. J. Jones; forwards, J. R. Jones, L. H. Roberts, Atherton, E. Parrv. ai-id Sam Parry. Reserves Breeice, W. Thomas, and Evan Owen..
FRIENDLY. PWLLHELI v. LLANDUDNO AMATEURS. THE PORT HELI MEN WIN GRANDLY. AN IDEAL GROUND. (BY "VIGILANT.") To us who live on the North Coast of Wales it appears a pity that Pwllheli, or, as it is now being modernised, "Port Heli," should be so far away from 'the main railway line, which ,makels it a drawback to such an acceptable team as the men of Pwllheli being included in the North Wales Coast League. Those who have the management of the Pwll- heli players. are men of business and enterprise, and owing to the Ll.andudno Amateurs having given such a capital display on the. splendid re- creation ground that they have at this delightful South Carnarvonshire watering place, when they beat Bangor Combination in the cup final a couple of years ago, the executive arranged for a home and home friendly match. t Pwllheli, therefore, had pleasant reminis- cences for Llandudno, and it was with pleasure that the arrangements were completed for the match to take place on. Saturday, both teams having "bye-days" in cup competitions. Pwll- heli and District have rubbed up against cliass players, and are not by any means the nonde- scripts that some ignorant people would have one believe. For, have not the famous Aston Villa Reserves figured at the Recreation Ground s•o recently as March 30th last, and the Birming- ham gentlemen were charmed with the ground —and who could not be?—and the quality of the players that they met on that occasion. < Starting at 11.5 from Llandudno., in charge of Commit.teeman Owen Jones, a team went to Pwllheli, and at the Junction a first-class saloon was .attached to the train, the players were con.veyed to their destination after a journey of 314 hours, when the elements, ap- peared threatening and rain had evidently been falling heavily during the morning. It is a long walk from, the railway terminus to the town proper, but I was informed that the Railway Company are, soon to extend the railway right into the towni, a boon that will be much appreciated by the townspeople and visitors. At the advertised time for the match, 2.30, a heavy shower of rain and a strong breeze were uncomfortably in evidence, and materially affected the attendance, which was but very moderate, people being afraid of trusting the weather, although there is splendid accommoda- tion for shelter. I am sorry for the executive that they were so unfortunate in the climatic
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Football Chips. (BY "VIGILANT.") ld That the Llandudno Amateurs Reserves like to arrange home and home matches -some of the Bangor junior teams. up That they consider the railway e the Vale -of Clwyd very expensive, and there wish -to- arrange friend lies with -teams nea home. j to That Wrexham ajre not the team they use laved That 0-swestry beat them in the re'P L, Association Cup tie, om Thursday, at Oswes -T That the margin of victory was narrow goal—but -it sufficed as well as ten. Wales That -a committee meeting of the North VV -Coast League is to be held to-night (Thur at the Erskine Arms Hotel, Conwa.y, a* o'clock, when important business will cussed. rv>ast That the rules and fixtures of the League have been issued by Mr. Frank Bee(,ill. I That Mr. T. Thomas, master of the Natl Schools, Llanrwst, and Hon. Secretary to t English Schools Football Association, is (Continued on page 9).
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conditions, as it not only meant a loss in the exchequer, but also, marred the good exhibition of football that one would certainly have seen bad the elements been more propitious. There is a good interest taken, in football in Port Heli, and it needs fostering. The following were the respective teams:- Port Heli: Goal, Bob Williams, backs, James Ellis and Bob Pugh; halves, Rees Davies, Bob Ellis (captain), and Jimmy Jones (late of Llan- dudno Swifts, Bangor Combination, and Totten- ham Hotspur) forwards, R. S. Thompsoni, W. Griffith, G. Jones, John Jones, and W. C. Mor- ris. Llandudno: Goal, Owen Evan Hughes; backs, John Henry Jones and Harold Pearson; halves, Johnson, Georgie Davies, and W. S. Owen ("Settle") forwards, Bobbie Roberts, Clheetham, Johnnie Wilhams (captain), Milligan, and W. Stone. Referee Mr. F. E. Young, Port Heli. THE GAME. The home team's, colours are white jerseys and navy blue knickers, whilst those of Llandudno were the usual black and white vertical-.striped jersey and white knickers.The Stripes won the toss and elected to play with the wind and rain behind them, putting the home team to the dis- advantage of weathering these drawbacks in their efforts Ito get towards Owen Hughes. G. • r.s set the ball a-rolling about three o'clock, and Thompson, receiving a timely pass, made away on the right and gave Owen Hughes a warm one to clear thus early in the game. The Cormorants, however, awoke, and with the elements aiding them they sailed down the field, and Stone drew first blood amidst silence. Hardly had the surprise of the score been got over, than Llandudno, per Milligan, had again netted the ball. To be two down in so short a time looked ominous for Pwllheli, and fears be- gan to dawn upon the crowd that a very one- sided game was going to be seen. The two Llandudno goals were somewhat fluky. and not such as would arouse enthusiasm. Taking in the situation, the Pwllites cantered up the field ,and John Jones, securing when in a good position, swung a 'shot across the goal- mouth, which G. Joses caught on his head, and he steered it into the corner of the net out of 'Hughes' reach. The applause that greeted the performance was well deserved, and it was also the best goal of the three scored, and what is more meritorious, it was got against the wind. From the midfield kick Pwllheli, came up on the left, and J. H. Jones had ito check an invasion. Still pegging away, Morris swung across, and Thompson, who was; playing prettily on the out- side right position, failed to catch the sphere ere it rolled out of play. Jimmy (Conway) Jones fed the left wing of the homesters, and this was the prelude to an exciting siege on Hughes' .charge. The latter saved grandly from W. Griffiths a teaser, and a bully was enacted in the goalmouth, Jim Jones relieving the pres- sure by (shooting over the bar. Owen Hughes had soon again to exercise his defensive rights;, which he did well. Johnnib Williams hereabouts made one of his characteristic runs, worming through the oppoisi- tion. lfighit into the goalmouth, when Bob Wil- liams took the ball from him. Llandudno- now pressed and obtained a corner, which was got away, and the Pwllites changed matters by a spell of pressing, -and Hughes cleared. Down went the Amateurs, and Williams; nearly let the visitors in by fumbling. Cheetham was promin- ent, but w.as checked. The Pwllites now made matters hum a bit, Jack Jones playing well and effectively. Cheetham got hold, and was sail- inig well for the Bob Williams when a corner was forced off James Ellis. A fine centre froIIl the visitors' right was cleared, and up came Thompson in grand style, and he gave ? such a teaser that he had to give a corner the post to clear. Thompson took the corner kick, but placed it badly behind. Rees, after good work, dallied and was robbed, and Johll Jones-, tried his luck, and the score at half-tinle was Llandudno, 2; Pwllheli, 1. » < No time was; lost in .changing ends, and a milSlüicck by Georgie Davies was atoned for by a timely clearance by J. H. Jones. The PwlliWS, however, pressed, and from a oapiftal pass W. Griffiths equalised. Two more quick shots to Hughes were the next items of interest. lIe cleared, and put the second over the bar. The ensuing corner saw some good headwork by.tho Llandudno- defenders. A foul was given again Pwllheli for tripping 'Settle" when on the ru./ The ensuing free kick saw danger for Pwlliae> as a "spanking" attempt went just wide. own went the Pwllheli men, and between W. and G. Jones- they managed to defeat Hug and take the lead. Johnnie Williams, from a foul, sent in a shot, which v/as saved at the expense of a c° ner, and from- this Stone famed another, and the Llandudno men were sending in several shOlts that were charged down, and Bob Williams wa;9 lucky his citadel was left intact. After the pres. sure for the nonce on the Pwll goal, the ven'lle was changed, and -Charlie 'Morris managed defeat Hughes with ,a clinker. Llandudno W. to -retrieve, but Thompson scored -a fifth, was declared offside. A Johnnie Williams tried a run on his own, sent in a comparatively low shot at l-on-g It travelled at great speed, and a curl was up<J it, when Bob Williams put his right hand semaphore fashion, and managed to put it of danger. It was a fine shot and a and both deserved the applause bestowed.. corner availed Llandudno little, for the pwlhte were down at the other end, and afiter a sever pressure, in which was plenty of vigour. Jones, from good work by Bob Ellis, to make the quartette of goals -into a quint i and so good -old Pwllheli managed to de their afternoon's guests by the solid margi11 3 goals. Final: Pwllheli, 5 Llandudno, 2.