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Hockey. LLANDUDNO v. COLWYN. A very keen and interesting mixed match be- tween the above teams took place on the Llan- dudno ground last Saturday. Colwyn pressed from the start, and soon Davies, the visiting centre forward, opened the score. Prytce Jones and Gray added further points, and after closely contested play in mddfield Llaindudno put on two goals in quick succession. As the result of a well combined attack, Davies put his side still further ahead, and the score at half time stood 4-2 in favour of the visitors. Upon, resumption the visitors overwhelmed Llandudno, and added three more goals. Credit is due to the Colwyn defence, which played a sterling game, and re- peatedly broke up the combination of the home forwards before they could reach the shooting' area. For Llandudno Bone at centre forward and the left back were the pick of the team. 'Qolwyra were represented by: M. Beverley, D. Wood, and Evans, backs; W. Davies, Lewis, and K. Albutt, half backtg, D. Hicks, W. Pryce- Jones, Davies, Gray, and D. Law, forwards. Mr. H. V. Doughty-Davies, the old Welsh In- ternational, was the referee, and expressed him- self as much struck by the greatly improved play of the Colwyn team, who three weeks ago were heavily beaten at home by their opponents of Saturday. The pLayers on both sides were anxious, no do-ubt, to show their best form, as they were playing under the eye of a distiguishied member of the Welsh International Selection Committee. Mr. Doughty-Davies has been on the Committee for several years, and lately he was appointed Chairman for the present season.

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