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CONWAY SUPERIOR.

00----PWLLHELI v. TOWYN ROVERS.

---...----COAST SENIOR LEAGUE.

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--)IIIIID.-GL LLANGEFNI UNITED…

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)IIIIID GL LLANGEFNI UNITED v. GLASINFRYN SWIFTS. (BY MONA.") The above re-arranged fixture was played at Llangefni last Saturday in boisterous weather. Nocranan Thomas made a welcome re-appearance in the home ranks. The teams lined out in the following order: — Llangefni United J. Newton Williams, goal; Hanmer Jones and Nafon Jones, backs; D. K. Jones, Richie Williams, and Walter Hughes, half-backs; T. K. Jones, J. Williams, Norman Thomas, Eben Thomas, and Thompson Reeoe, forwards. Glasinfryn Swifts O. R. Jones, goal; Stanley and R. Thomas, bocks; H. Hughes, D. C. Pierce, and J. P. Jones, half-backs; Eardley, W. O. Thomas, D. P. Hughes, W. Brown, and E. J. Roberts, forwards. Referee: Mr Shaw, Chester After a good deal of even play, the Cefni right wing raced down, and parted to Norman in the nick of time, and that player made no mistake, scoring the first goal for the homesters. The visitors were not to be denied, and they pressed hard for a time, and their efforts were rewarded with a goal. The battle raged fiercer than ever, and after a determined attack on the part of the homesters, Eben scored with a scorcher, the goalk-eeper got to the ball, he utterly failed to keep it from entering the net. Half-time ar. rived with the score: Llangefni, 2; Glasinfryn, 1. Resuming immediately, the homesters, with the wind in their favour, took up the attack in earnest, and shot upon shot was rained on O. R., but he saved in marvellous fashion. Final re- sult Llangefni, 2; Glasinfryn, 1. COMMENTS. The visitors are a well-balanced lot, the goal. keeper being very clever in dealing with all kinds of shots, the weakest part of the team being the halves; the forwards are nippy and clever, the extreme left being the best of the bunch. The homesters throughout played .t very clever game. Newton did his work extremely well, and the backs were very safe the halves, as usual, played a clever game. Of the for- wards, I may say they played untiringly throughout the game; Norman is an ideal pivot; T. K. also played his best game so. far. Jack Williams, T. R-eece, and Eben Thomas all payed excellently.

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BETTWS-Y-COED v. GWYNEDD ROVERS.

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