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North Wales Football. (Continued from page 4.) Festiniog v. Bangor University.—Continued. itiirely disorganised, owing (to Whittaker being disabled], but during the second half played a much better game. For the 'Varsity, Daniel cleared neatly with- out any gallery play. Of the backs, Tones was the best, whilst Brock played a clinking game at half. Don Rowlands exhibited temper on several occasions, and until a player can com- mand that part of himself he should abastain entirely from sport. 'They don't combine, and are apt to bring the whole team into disre- pute. The referee was obliged to speak to the same player on two or three occasions, and this should have sufficed. Bravo, the forwards! of whom Mathews was far and away the best, al- though inobly assisted by Wright and T. E. Jones. The latter is a fine sprinter, and his ■centres were well timed. The left wing was not allowed the same scope, Tom Hughes being on the alert. Congratulations to the referee, Mr. Walter Parry. He is fast becoming a favourite. -1- a

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