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00----PWLLHELI v. TOWYN ROVERS.

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00- PWLLHELI v. TOWYN ROVERS. THE PENGUINS OUSTED. (By BREVITY,") Played at the Recreation Ground, Pwllheli, on Saturday, in boisterous weather, before a meagre attendance. Pwllheli relied on their re- serve team, as the majority of the first team were unable to play. Towyn came down strong favourites, after defeating Newtown the previ- ous Saturday in the Welsh Senior Cup. The ground was on the soft side, through the rain, but this does not account for the poor display exhibited by such a team as Towyn. The re- feree was Mr E. Lloyd Williams, and the fol- lowing represented both clubs — Pwllheli: Bob Williams, goal; RcxwUley Hughes and R. L. Pughe (captain), full-backs-; W. Griffith, R. H. White, and Glyn Williams, half-backs; Ted. Meredith, R. H. Roberts, Saun- ders Williams, Llew White, and Johnny Jones, forwards. Towyn Lewis Jones, goal W. E. G. Evans and Evan Pryce Evans, full-backs; R. Pughe Evans, G. Rees Francis, and Harry Jones, half- backs; Evan Jones, J. D. Jones, Tom Wynne, W. R. Wynne, Harry Edwards, and Joseph Owen, forwards. Towyn won the toss. and defended the West end goal. The homesters, when the game started, had only nine men on the field. Classical football was out of the question. It was of a kick and rush order for about thirty minutes, when Towyn managed to net the ball from a melee in front of goal, and this was the only point in the game. Half-time: Towyn, i Pwllheli, o. During the second portion, both teams pressed in turn, and it was seldom that any of them had an idea where the goal was. Bob Williams saved cleverly some fine shots in the second por- tion. NOTES Towyn Rovers. were practically at full strength, but the homesters were represented, by a very weak side, only four of the first team making an appearance, and Bob Williams, Pughe, and Will Griffith were by far the best players on the field. Pwllheli will joumev to. Carnarvon next Satur- day to re-pliay the tie for the second round of the Junior Cup, and it will not be surprising -f they won't trounce the Canaries by a bigger margin than they did the last time.

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