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FOOTBALL. FRIEND LIES. CONWAY CELTS T. PENMAENMAWR CELTS. This match was played at Conway on Satur- day last. The homesters were without their regular centre-half (Will Owen) and right half (R. S. Williams)—the former being selected to play for the Conway premier team. Penmaen- mawr kicked off against the wind, and Conway Celts at once took the ball into the visitors, goal, where, after a melee, they opened the scoring in fine style, the scorer being H. C. Jones. At half-time the score was Conway Celts, i Penmaenmawr Celts, o. On resuming, play settled in the Conway half. The visitors were playing a greatly improved game, and were giving the homesters an anxious time, the home goalkeeper playing grand1. From a corner to the visitors, Lyne handled in the area, but Lewis effected a bril- liant save and kicked away. The visitors were not to. be denied, and opened their ac- count with a goal, and soon put in another. Tih homesters made a rally, and made for the Penmaenmawr goal,, but although they tried very hard, they could not manage the equaliser. Re- sult Peitumaenmawr Celts, 2; Conway Celts, i. Conway Celts' team: Mod Lewis, goal; Will Bangor and Cyril Jones, backs; G. Williams, VV. Cain, and Walter Lyme, halves; G. Hughes, Hywe IParry, H. C. Jones, Johnny Thomas, and T. Rigby Jones, forwards. Referee: Mr Alf. Green. -o-amw

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