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LEAGUE—DIVISION I. Goals P. W. L. D. For Ag'st Pts. Newcastle United. 27..19.. 5 3..47.,26..41 Everton 28 15 6 7 65 40 37 Sheffield Wednesday 27 13 8 6 50 38 32 Manchester United.. 26 14.. 9 3 49 47 31 Liverpool 29 13 11 5 48 46 31 Sunderland 26 14 12.. o 53 39 a8 Sheffield United 29 10 11 8 38 43 28 Notts County 26 11 10.. 5 34 29 27 Blackburn Rovers. 27 8 8 41 33 34 27 Bristol City 26 9 8 9 29 37 27 Manchester City. 27 II 12.. 4 50 52 26 Woolwich Arsenal 28.. 9 1 1 8 38 41 26 Aston Villa 28. 9 1 1 8 41 44 26 Middlesboro' 26 9 10 7 47 38 2^ Preston North End 26 9 10 7 33 28 2^' Bury 28.. 9 13.. 6 46 63 23 Chelsea 27.. 9 11 7 38 43 25 Notts Forest 27 10 14.. 3 39 44 23 Bradford City 25 5 I4.. 6 26 38 16 Leicester Fosse 27.. 3 15.. 9 32 65 15 LEAGUE-DIVISON II. Goals. P. W. L. D. For Ag'st P'ts West Bromwich A. 28 14.. 4 10 40 18 38 Bolton Wanderers 29 17.. 9 3..42..21. 37 Tottenham Hotspur 26 14 5 7 47 19 35 Hull City 27 14 8 5 45 26 33 Derby County 27 11 7 9 36 29 31 Birmingham 29 12 10.. 7 45 42 31 Fulham 26 n 8 7 45 32 29 Oldham Athletic 25 13 10.. 2 43 29 28 Wolverhampton W. 29.. 10 ii 8 44 35 28 Leeds City 27 10 12 1 33 43 25 Grimsby 27 10 12 5 27 41 25 Burnley 26 10 12 4 40 42 24 Stockport County 27 II 14 2 28 49 24 Glossop 25 8 10 7 37 40 23 Clapton Orient 26.. 8 if 7 30 33 23 Barnsley 27 8 13 6 32 39 22 Chesterfield 28 8 14 6 25 46 22 Bradford 27.. 8 14.. 5 32 43 21 Gainsborough 27.. 7 13.. 7 32 61 21 Blackpool 27 6 13 8 34 41 20 THE COMBINATION. Goals. P. W. L. D. F. A. Pts. Chester 19 13.. 0.. b. 57 21 32 Saltney 22 10 4 8 63 36 28 Contiah's Ouay .22..10.. 7 5 42 4x 25 Oswestry 18 11 5 2 52 24 24 Whitchurch 20 9 5 6 45 36 24 Crewe Alexandra R. 20 9 7 4 65 43 22 Welshpool 19.. 9 7 3 39 33 22 Tranmere Rovers. 17.. 9 5 3 52 29 21 Chirk 19 7 7 5 32 27 19 Wrexham Reserves 24- 7 12.. 5 36 46 19 Middlewich 19.. 6 8 5 45 54 17 Druids 18 7 9 1 32 42 15 Nantwich 20.. 5 10.. 5 33 49 IS Bangor.8.. 5 8 5 21 51 15 Rhyl 21 3 14 4 27 77 10 Birkenhead 21 4 15 2 28 57 10 COAST SENIOR LEAGUE. Goals P. W. L. D. F. A, Pts. Carnarvon United. 14 10 2 2 48 21 22 Beaumaris 13 10.. 2 1 47 18 21 Bangor Reserves. 14.. 9 5 0.. 37 18 18 Pwllheli.q.. 5. 3..24 3113 Holyhead Swifts. 13.. 5 6 2 50 25 12 Denbigh 1, 5 4- 2 17 19 12 Conway. 15.. 5 8 2 25 43 12 Llandudno Amateurs 12 6 6 0.. 15 28 12 Llanrwst.15.. 4 9 2 14 48 10 Colwyn Biy 12 2 5 S • • 24 • • 24 9 Blaenau Festiniog" 14 2 II 1 13 38 5 COAST JUNIOR LEAGUE. Goals P. W. L. D. For Agst. Pts. Ruthin T0wn 5 5 0.. 0.. 13.. 5 10 Denbigh Ch. Guild 4.. 1 2.. 1 10.. 9 3 Colwyn Bay Res. 4.. 0.. 3.. 1 3.. 10 1 Denbigh Reserve. I.. o.. I.. o 1.. 3 o RESULTS AT A GLANCE. FIRST DIVISION. Newcastle United. 2 xManchester City o *Notts Forest 2 Manchester United. o *Middlesborough 4 Bristol City o *Preston North End 4 Sheffield Wed I *Sunderland 2 Bradford City I *Chelsea I Blackburn Rovers I *Aston Villa 3 Everton I *Sheffield United 2 Leicester Fosse I *Liverpool I Notts County I *Bury I Woolwich A I f SECOND DIVISION. tlradford. I rulham I Bolton Wanderers a BLiriiley I *Clapton Orient 3 Birmingham 2 *Derby County 1 Blackpool 1 *Hull City 1 Chesterfield 0 *01dham Athletic 2 Gainsborough o *Tottenham Hotspur 3 Glossop 3 *Barnsiey 2 Stockport County o -'Leeds City West Bromwich A I Wolverhampton W.. o Grimsby Town. o THE COMBINATION. *Chirk 2 Druids o Wrexham o Bangor o *Whitchurch 3 Rhyl 1 *Oswestry 3 Tranmere Rovers o Saltney 6 Nantwich 3 *Birkenhead 3 Middlewich 3 COAST SENIOR LEAGUE. *Beaumaris 7 Conway 1 *Bangor 3 Colwyn Bay 1 *Denbigh 3 Festiniog 1 WELSH SENIOR CUP-SEMI-FINAL Wrexham 2 Conuah's Quay 2 Played at Chester. WELSH AMATEUR CUP—FOURTH ROUND Carnarvon United. I *Llandudno o Played on the ground of club marked SATURDAY'S FIXTURES. ENGLISH CUP-FOURTH ROUND Burnley v. Manchester United Newcastle United v. Sunderland Glossop v. Bristol City Derby County v. Notts Forest FIRST DIVISION LEAGUE Leicester Fosse v. Aston Villa Notts County v. Bury Sheffield Wednesday v. Blackburn Rovers Woolwich Arsenal v. Sheffield United Bradford City v. Chelsea Preston North End v. Middlesborough SECOND DIVISION LEAGUE. Bolton Wanderers v. Blackpool Stockport County v. Tottenham Hotspur Birmingham v. Leeds City Fulham v. Wolverhampten Wanderers Gainsborough Trinity v. Clapton Orient Grimsby Town v. Oldham Athletic West Bromwich Albion v. Barnsley THE COMBINATION. Rhyl v. Oswestry Druids v. Saltney Bangor v. Chester Birkenhead v. Crewe Alexandra Chirk v. Middlewich Connah's Quay v. Whitchurch Welshpool v. Trann ere Rovers COAST SENIOR LEAGUE. Holyhead v. Colwyn Bay-R. D. Richards Llandudno v. Carnarvon United-E. Lloyd Williams LlLnrwst v. Denbigh-C. O. Jones Pwllheli v. Bangor Reserves-A. C. Slater
WELSH CUP SEMI-FINAL. CONNAH'S QUAY v. WREXHAM. PLUCKY PLAY BY THE FISHERMEN. (BY VIGILANT.") For the first time, I was enabled to see the Chester Football Ground at Sealands, on Satur- day. The occasion was the semi-final for the Welsh Cup, between the Birmingham League iteam of Wrexham and the pertinacious little fed- lows from Connah's Quay. I was pleased with the ground, and delighted with the match. I was agreeably surprised to see the little Fisher- men more than hold their oiwn against their more polished brethren. The Cheater ground is one that the City may feel proud of. It is nicely situated, perfectly flat on the pitch, and has good covered and open stand accommodation- There was an ex- cellent gate; but not so large as the importance of the match warranted. The weather was dull; but there, was no wind.. The CesfcrAans' Com- mitteeare to be congratulated also upon having supplies of Bovriil and other hot refreshments upon the scene. They were well patronised. Hut that by the way. The Wrexham men were first to appear on the scene. And they looked remarkably well in ,F Emerald Green jenseys and white knickers. They were laJlso tall in statuine. A hearty cheer was raised when they entered the arena. The smaller set of Coaatmew appeared a few seconds afterwards dressed in moclesit maroon jerseys and white knickers. It was at once to be seen that the Quayiteis were prime favourites, for they received a great reception, which must have .acted as a great stimulus to them. I under- stand that Wrexham offered the Quay Club ^5 to play them on Saturday, instead of next Satur- day. The result being a draw, necessitates an- other meet, on the same -ground, on Saturday next. 'Th,, Wrexham team had Husbands, late of Liverpool, in goal, and Horace Blew and Chappell as backs. The halves were Huffadine, Williams, and Davies, and A. Berry, of Liver- pool (international) was outside right, partnered by NVy-nn. :Mason was centre., and Smith and Haydn Price were the left wing. Lloyd was. in goal for the Quays., and Tuft (ex-Bristol City) and Hewitt, backs. Lumberg Evans and J. E. Griffiths were the halves. Little Georgia Petrie ("'My (Little Eight Stomar "), as the colliers ■cried oult, and O'Neill formed the right wing. W. J. Bloomer Jones was the pivot, and Roberts and Joel Bennett the left wing. Mr. W. J. Heath, of Bur si em, was the referee, and did his work in a splendid manner. The style in which Wrexham opened gave me the impression that there was only going to. be one team in the fray. Almost right from, the kick off, with clean movements, Haydn Price got almost to the corner flag and centred most accurately. Lloyd failed to get to. the ball in iiits flight across the goal mouth, and Wynn, who was standing close to the post, met the ball with his body and planted it in the net. There was a great cheer from Wrexham sup- porters at this early success, and consternation amongst the Quay supporters. Still, I believe it is a virtue of the Fishermen that they never say die while there is time to go, and by degrees we saw the littler men gradually ass'ume a mastery over thair more stalwart rivals. Some said that Wrexham were holding back until the second half. Whatever truth there was in this statement, I don't know; but the living fact was before us that the little uins were having most of the game. They tackled fearlessly. They revelled in their work. The much-vaunted A. Berry (of Oxford and Liverpool) was a com- plete failure. He made an execrably bad at- tempt to score on one occasion, when he shot miles wide when close in and only the goal- keeper to beat. Hay din Price was on the other wing a source of much anxiety to the Quay de- fenders. His play was beautiful. And so. was. Chappell's. Clean, good, and fair in his tactics, The same could not be said of Horace Blew, for I thought he wis cruel with wee George Petrie, and his tactics did not meet with the approval of Mr. Heath, who" had a word or two with him on the matter. it fi The Quaymen got up towards Husbands, and bloomer Jones scored amidst great cheering. It was now that a gauge was found of the strength of the Quay supporters. And so the game went on, each end being visited in turn, and both sides had hard lines. The sides had a goal each at the interval. In the second half Wrexham tried to do, the rushing game, and became dangerous. During a siege a penalty was awarded Wrexham, from which they obtained the lead. Great cheers greeted this feat. Then the little 'uns awoke to the occasion and played like young demons. They were .giving the Green 'Uns no quarters. It was a ding-dong style they adopted, and it worked splendidly. Bloomer was sailing down beautifully after having beaten the backs, and wais off like a greyhound for Husbands. iHuffaddne rushed and knocked Bloomer down, and a penalty was awarded. O'Neill took it and equalised amidst a hurricane of wild cheer- ing. Aind so a game that was pleasant to watch ended in a draw of two goals each. NOTES. The crowd was surprised at the display of the Quaymen, and disappointed with that of the Wrexham men. It is a feather in the cap of the young QUlayites that they not only made a draw with the polished Birmtngham Leaguers, but several times nearly beat them. They played a cup-tie game from first to. last and in the replay I fancy the Quay will win should they adopt the tactics of Saturday.
WELSH AMATEUR CUP— 4th ROUND. LLANDUDNO AMATEURS v. CARNARVON. THE CANARIES IN THE SEMI-FINAL. (BY FIDELIS.") A fairly good crowd turned up on Saturday to .witness the eincouruler between the above teams. The afternoon was not an ideal one for the struggle, as apart from the rain in the early stages a strong wind was blowing from the sea. Carnarvon came with a great reputation; in fact, some went so far as to say that they would simply wipe the floor with the local youths. But this was not proved as the game proceeded. I will go further, and say: Had Carnarvon played the game. in the true spirit, there is no. question about the boot being on the other foot. Mr. J. D. Richards (Bangor) had charge of the game. The players were as fol- lows: Llandudno: C. Stallard, goal; J. H. Jones and H. Pearson, baciks; W. Edwards, G. Davies, and W. Owen Settle," halves; Davy WiiliKiams, Birooikes-Evians, Jack Brown, Johnny Williams, and Jim Williams, forwards. iClannarvon G. H. Jones, goal; E. Hughes and Griffiths, backis; J. GIliffithsl, R. Herbert, and J. Williams, halves; R. H. Roberts, R. Roberts, W. Jones, Tom Roberts, and Johnny Jones, forwards. Carnarvon won the toss, and took advantage of the wind. Brown started the game, and play was at once taken: to. the visitors' quarter, but Hughes returned with a huge punt. W. Jones gained possession, and. sent out to. Johnny, for the latter to send into- goal, Tom Roberts head- ing over. Soon after StaHiard was called upon to clear an awkward shot from R. Roberts. This was fisted o,ut, and in the scramble a corner was forced off J. H. Joines. R. H. Roberts planted this. in the goalmouth, where it bobbed aboult for some moments, till Jim Williams was soon to emerge from the ruck with the. ball at his toe.. Going along at a fine pace, he gave a timely pass toi Johnny Williams, who tried a long pot, which, however, went wide. The Canaries now- returned to the attack, R. Roberts having hard linesi after neat play by J. Griffiths. The latter also, had a pop oni his own, the ball going just past the post. The homesters were at this ISltage penned in their own goal, but the visitors, were rarely allowed time to shoot. Johnny Jones got off again. and whipped the ball across, for R. H. Roberts to rush in and score from about two. yards' range. For some time after this success there was somply no holding the Canaries, and Robecrts was within an ace of adding to the score with a terrific shot. W. Jones was very prominent with a tricky run, and 'sent into the goalmoiuith-, but T. Roberts headed past. Immediately after this R. H. Ro- berts put in a grand centre for his inside part- ner to mass by .inches. The homesters now had a look in; Johnny Williams went away and tt,anisferred to; Jimmy, who beat Hughes, and centred for Johnny Williiams. to sMm tfie bar with a lightning shot. Still pressing, the homesters were unfortunate in not scoring. The ball was sent in from the left, and Brown drove in, but hrs shot was charged down. Brookes- Evans secured the return, and sent out to Davey, who returned in10 goal, Jim Williams just fail- ing to reach it before it passed over the line. The whistle noiw sounded for half-time, with the score: Carnarvon^ 1 Llandudno, o. The opening stages of the second half were most exciting, as the homesters went off with a (rare dash, whifch ended in Johnny Wiilliamjs sending over the bar. Still pressing, the homesters forced a corner, which was cleared at the expense of another. This was well placed, .and in the. scramble G. H. Jones brought off a fine save, though the crowd behind the goal declare it was over the line. J. H. Jones now made his appearance in the forward line, a thing of which I do not approve, as it means upsetting the combination of the team. This player had hard lines on two. occasions with fast drives. The 'Canaries, looked all over a hetaten team, as it was thought certain they could not withstand the persistent attack for any length of time. G. Jones was the hero of the afternoon, and brought off some remarkable saves. The attack was. now so vigorous that the visitors resorted to. kicking out for all they were worth on every possible occasion. I am not going to say the homesters would not have done the same, but two blacks do not make a white, and I am only too sorry that referees have not more power in dealing with cases of this description. It is, only right for players to find touch when hard pressed, but to kick out of play as hard and often as possible when no one is near is a thing which ought to be sttoppedi for the såJke of Coast football. The Canaries have lost their great name in this dis- trict, but let us hope they willI" by playing the game return to favour in the League encoun- ter on Saturday next. Result: Caernarvon, x Llandudno., o.
COAST SENIOR LEAGUE. DENBIGH v. BLAENAU FESTINIOG. THE THRUSHES VICTORIOUS. (BY ANONYMOUS.") On Saturday these teams met at Denbigh, in command of Mr. C. J. Thomas, Bangor. The visitors did not arrive1, till after four o'clock, and the start was made Olver an hour after the adver- tised time. There was. only a poor muster of spectators when operations, were commenced. The ground was in excellent condition, a-id the teams were: — Denbigh Sam Griffiths, goal; Llew Rees and R. T. Williams, backs; D. G. Williams, T. A. Davies (captain,), and T. Davies, half-backs; E. E. Davies, R. Thomas, J. E. Edwards, H. Randies, and D. B. Davies, forwards. Blaenau Festiniog: Joe Hughes, goal; Thos. Hughes and Dai Evans, backs M. E. Morris, Jim Lloyd, (captain), and W. Jones, half-backs; John Jones,, W. Meirion Jones, Dick Evans, W. R. Owen, and W. Ellis, forwards. The. Thrushes won the toss, and the .Flamingos had to face the sun. Jack Jones got going from centre, bult was soon stopped, R. T. being hereabouts prominent. Nothing of any consequence happened during the first few minutes, till E. E. Davies got in a nice run and centre, which was not improved upon, and the visitors attacked, Griffiths being called upon at the instance of Will Ellis, and again from the same player. Dick Evans was hurt during an ,attaok on the home goal., his knee giving way, and he was off the field of play for a few minutes, but returned and helped in another at- tack. Eventually, Denbigh made a determined rush on the visitors' goal, and Dick Thomas succeeded in scoring. He obtained the ball from T. A. Davies, outside the penalty area, and was then more on the left side of the field than the right. He worked through to the right, how- ever, and with a swift grounder, scored, Hughes dropping to save just after the ball had passed him. Denbigh soon added to their score, J. E. Edwards getting through, and passing to Randies, who scored with a breast high shot, which one of the backs touched as it entered the net. Yet another goal followed in a very short time, Berwyn Davies, from a pass by Tom Davies, sending in a good centre, which E. E. Davies breasted into the net. rCoDtent with this lead, Denbigh slowed down very much, and did not have to exert themselves to keep the Flamingos at bay. Dick Evans, by his foot- work, gained the applause of the crowd for his cleverness, and nearly got through on more than one occasion, but somehow things did not come I' right to him. Half-time arrived with the score Denbigh, 3; Blaenau Festiniog. o. On re-starting the visitors were the first to .show up, and looked like .scoring, when Jack Jones sent in a glorious centre, which should have been converted, but Ellis was ridiculously slow, and with an open goal he tipped the ball to Griffiths, and allowed him to clear in the easiest possible manner. The Flamingos were again aggressive, and Dick Evans looked like getting through, but T. A. Davies kept a watch- ful eye on him and cleared. Play was mostly confined to midfield, and W. R. Owen tried a shot from near the centre line, and appeared certain to be sailing over the bar, but in some unexplain-able manner, it turned down and en- tered the top of the net, thus Festiniog scored their first and only goal. Denbigh responded to this with renewed vigour, but the Blaenau backs worked hard, and Hiughels was especially prominent. Edwards missed several chances of scoring for Denbigh, but could do. nothing right, and the game ended with the score: Denbigh, 3; Blaenau Festiniog, 1. NOTE'S. The homesters should have scored many more goals, but were, as usual, weak in front of the netted space. Edwards was the greatest offender in this respect, and appears to be very stale. Perhaps a rest would do him good. T. A. Dav- ies was the outstanding player on the home side, and the way he kept Dick Evans in hand was a treat. The home right wing combined well, and put in some good work, and Randies gave Berwyn plenty of chances, which he ab- solutely threw away. Feshniog were best represented by Hughes, in goal, and the backs. Dick Evans was a mas- ter of trickery, but T. A. Davies was a master over him, so that he did not have much room to. shiine..The forwards all played well, but the home halves were too good for them. The re- sult about reflects the run of the play, neverthe- less, the homesters should have scored more.
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BANGOR v. COLWYN BAY. A BANGOR PLAYER'S HAT TRICK. (By" GWILYM.") There was one of the poorest gates of the season for the above match on the Bangor ground on Saturday, and it turned out to be one of the most uninteresting matches of the season. Neither team appeared to care very much who won. Mr. A. C. SLater had charge of the teams, which lined, up as follD-,vs:- Bangor Ted Owen, goal; Brock and D. J. Thomas, backs; T. A. Griffith, H. J. Davies, and W. Jones, halves R. T. Evans, Ivor Thomas, Hughie Owen, W. E. Jones, and W. H. Jones, forwards. Colwym iB.ay: Hall wood, goal; McCann and H. Jones, backs; Ned Griffiths, George Wil- liams, and R. Rowlands, halves; Moss Jones, H. Pritchard, Weldings, Stanley Hughes, and J. Ll. Owen, forwards. At the start the Bayites -commenced to press, but the venue was soon changed, and McCann and Co. were kept on the alert. The visitors, however, kept up the running, and Stanley Hughes put in a fine long shot which Ted Owen jumped to. and cleared. Several specta- tors were of the opinion, that the ball was over the line when caught, but there was no claim for a goal by the visitors. The city men now gained the upper hand, and made progress on the left wing, W. H. Jones ultimately placing the ball well in the goal. Hallwood practically cleared, and Griffiths rushed up, and kicked be- hind his own goal. The corner kick was cleared by George Williams, Moss receiving the pass and making headway, but W. Jones checked his career by placing outside. The Bayites kept up the pressure, and a corner kick resulted from J. Ll. Owen's centre. This was accurately placed, and George Williams screwed the ball into the goalmouth, Ted Owen making a fine save at the expense of another corner, which turned to be fruitless. Colwyn Bay were still having the best of matters, and Stanley Hughes -made a gallant attempt at scoring from Owen's pass. The visiting forwards were responsible for some pretty footwork, but the hustling Ban- gor half backs gave them very little chance of getting away. McCann was playing a fine back game, and continually beat Hughie Owen, who attempted se-veral sddo ruins. Fine work by the Colwyn Bay forwards was nullified by Owen getting into- an offside position. The home left wing were well fed by the half backs, but owing to their playing to the gallery instead of mak- ing headway, they were robbed each time. The citv men were pressing, but McCann gallantly kept them at bay for several minutes. Ulti- mately Ivor Thomas found an opening and banged at Hallwood, the ball slipping through the keeper's hands and into the net. Bangor still had the upper hand, and beautiful centres by Bob Evans went a-begging, and W. E. Jones was responsible for missing two open goals. A stinging shot by Hughie Owen was well saved by Hallwood at full length in the mud. Just before the whistle blew for hall time Colwryn Bay missed an easy- opportunity of equalising by Pritchard failing to convert an accurate centre by Moss Jones. Breathing time arrived with the score — Bangor, 1 Colwyn Bay, o. During the whole of the second moiety of the game the homesters were playing ten men only, W. Jones having retired owing to an injury. The opening stages, were decidedly in favour of the Bay, who kept up a fusilade on the Bangor goal, until Bob Evans captured the sphere and raced away at top speed for Hallwood, his final shot bring- ing Halfwood to his knees. The goal kick went to Moss Jones., who was making headway when T A. Griffiths fouled him, and a second or two Continued on page 10.
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