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RYDAL MOUNT v. FRIARS' SCHOOL, BANGOR. A DRAWN GAME HEAVY SCORING. This match was played on Saturday on Rydal's ground. Rydal won the toss and elected to play towards Bryn Euryn. Friars' inside right started off with a rush, but failed to score. Leale got the ball, and took it down the field, but was prevented from' scoring through being fouled by Friars' right back. Baker took the free kick and scored with a splendid shot quite out of the goalkeeper s reach. Rydal pressed, and Westbrook took a close shot, but did not score, the ball hitting the goalpost. Friars' left back, with a fine kick, sent the ball to -his left wing, whereupon their inside man made a rush, but was well stoppea by Wilson. Waddinghtam then took the ball down the field, but instead of shooting, passed to Slack, whose shot was saved. Sykes got possession of the ball, and took a long shot, but/just missed. The visitors' outside left dribbled up the field and scored with a low shot. Friars started pressing, and Robson. made a splendid .save and sent the ball to Rydal's left win?. The visitors' outside right kicked the ball out, but Dean gave a foul throw. Friars' right back took the free kick, and sent the ball up the field to his inside right, who scored. Immediately after the ball was centred Friars' scored their third goal with a rush, ex- hibitmg some smart combination. Rydal pressed1, and Deani missed an easy shot. The -visitors then rushed, and a shot from their centre-forward was well saved by Robson. Rydal attacked on the left wing, and in spite of Sykes' nice centre no further score resulted. Leale made another good run, but failed to score. Friars' rushed and forced a corner. Wilson cleared nicely, but Friars' continued to press, and Robson made another clever save The visi- tors took a corner: but Wilson sent the ball down the field. Westbrook and Slack took pos- session of it and ran down, Slack centreing to Sykes, who, however, failed to score. RYDAL'S CLEVER FORWARDS. Friars' took the ball to the other end, and pressed for some time, their centre-forward tak- ing a shot, but Wilson cleared well. Friars' again brought up the ball, but their out&vie left was offside. Leale received, and after beating several opponents shot a good goal. Immedi- ately after the kick off Sykes forced a corner, and L-oal-e made a run, but passed to West- brook, who was offside. The visitors made the most of a free kick, and attacked, but a good shot from the right inside was saved by Robson, who cleared well. Sykes had a good run. but was prevented from scoring by Friars' right back. Rydal were again aggressive, and Leale took a shot, but the ball hit the crossbar and was cleared. Half-time Rydal, 3 Friars', 3. After a few minutes, Friars' made a rush. Robson saved their shot and cleared well. Their centre-half. took a shot, which was saved by Robson, who was forced to concede a corner. The corner was of no avail, for Slack captured the ball and took it down the field. Soon after, Rydal were down again, and Dean scored from a free kick. Waddingham rushed through and took a shot, which was well saved. Wadding- ham again drove the ball in, and then Leale and Westbrook took the ball up the field, Leale scoring at close quarters. Baker took a long shot, but just missed. Leale scored again after Rydal had been pressing for some time. THE BALL BURSTS. Baker got the ball, and passed to Slack, who missed his shot but forced a corner. Friars' right-half took the ball past the Rydal backs and scored an easy goal. The visitors scored again in a rush. "Waddiingham and Sykes rushed, Svkes passing to Leale, who was given offside. Sykes again took up the ball and centred to Westbrook, who just failed to score. Friars' left back captured the ball from Slack, and the outside left made a lun, but no goal resulted. The ball was spiked on the railings, and five minutes were spent in waiting for another to be brought. When the ball arrived Leale took it well up, and only just failed to find the net. Rydal still pressed, and another goal appeared certain, when the whistle blew for time. It was a very close game throughout. Result: Rydal, 5 Friars', 5. Rydal team: Robson, -oal; Bestall and Wil- son, backs; Dean, Baker, and Wood, half- backs Sykes, Waddingham, Leale, Westbrook, and Slack, forwards. Referee, Mr. L. Winfield.

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