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CONWAY SUPERIOR.

00----PWLLHELI v. TOWYN ROVERS.

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

)MIII!I,.I!IIIIC.. COAST JUNIOR…

--)IIIIID.-GL LLANGEFNI UNITED…

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BETTWS-Y-COED v. GWYNEDD ROVERS.

COLWYN BAY CELTS v. RHOS ST.…

"'QI--. FOOTBALL CHIPS.

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That a gentleman on the ground was heard to say that if the Amateurs only really tried, there was no reason why the Coast Cup could not be brought to Llandudno. That another miserable game was seen, on the Mo-rfa as Conway, owing to the weather. That a goal to nil victory is not much to crow about; but it suffices. That here again the gate was practicably nil, and the event does not call for any particu- lar criticism. That Colwyn Bay are in Bad Luck Street. That I hope they will soon turn round the corner. That the victory of the Canaries in Holyhead in a League encounter was an eye-opener for the Sealarks. That the Yellow Ones must have revived since their display at the Oval. That Holyhead are not what they used to be. And so it is with all teams, that they must have their ups and downs. That Pwllheli went down on their own ground at th-ei feet of the Towyn Rovers in the Welsh Amateur Cup-tie. That Portmadoc beat Barmouth in, the same Cup contest. That the Junior League, or Division II., seems to go on capitally well. That Menai Bridge is proving a fine team. That the Bridgeites beat LLechid Swifts by six goals to one at Coetmor Bach, Bethesda. That Llangefni United beat Glasinfryn Swifts at the Anglesea town by 2-1. That Llangefni team is proving a hard nut to crack. Who would have thought it? That, owing to the quagmiry state of the ground, at Bangor, on Saturday, the Combina- tion fixture with the Druids proved a very poor affair. That the Homers only managed to. win by a solitary goal. Enough, however, for a couple of points. That the fair-haired Matthews, of 'Varsity fame, was a forward in the Druids' ranks. That he is a plucky and effective player. That the Llandudno Reserves were looking on at their Seniors on. Saturday. That Mr Alf. Slater is getting quite popular in Combination matches. That Mr R. D. Richards, it is hoped, will be the referee at Llanrwst to-day (Thursday) in the re-played tie with Llanrwst and Llandudno. That the Denbigh Thrushes went down, only 2-0, on the ground of the Combination champ- ions, Crewe Alexandra. Good on yer. Still, sweet Clwydian songsters, when shall we hear you piping a song of victory. That Rhyl Combination went down at Oswes- try by 5-3. Buck up, Rhyl, please.