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Conway v. Festiniog-Continued.

COAST SENIOR LEAGUE.

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SCHOOL AND JUNIOR FOOTBALL.

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SCHOOL AND JUNIOR FOOTBALL.

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and forced a corner, which was cleared. A brisk onslaught on the home goal followed, and from a corner P. Evans put Rhos further ahead. Half-time Rhos,; Rhuddlan, 1. It was thought the homesters would play bet- ter down the slope, and from the re-start they rushed down and W. Wynne reduced the lead. Exciting play ensued, and Rhos were unlucky in not scoring through W. Kay, who gave the goal- keeper some warm handfuls. Just before time there was a fierce tussle in front of Berts, but he saved with a crowd of opponents upon him. A good game resulted: Rhos St. Trillo, 3; Rhuddlan, 2. COMMENTS. Rhos fully deserved their win, for they played well. J. Berts made some fine saves. There was not much to choose between the backs, both playing well. Of the halves, C. McIntyre stood out a little more., than the others, but all three played well. The forwards were very good, and much too clever for the home defence. The three inside men were particularly smart, their passing being the feature of the match. Rhos St. Trillo meet Colwyn Bay Celts on Saturday on the Victoria-park ground, Colwyn Bay. There should be a keen contest between these promising junior teams.