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COAST SENIOR LEAGUE. FESTINIOG v. COLWYN BAY. THE QUARRYMEN'S FIRST WIN. (BY INIGO.") Fesitindotg entertained Cohvyn Bay on Satur- day. The home side were sorely in need of points, and having in their minds the trouncing that the Bayites received at Bangor, went on the field with every confidence. The weather was fine, but the ground was like a sponge, and the players at the close looked like a cross be- tween mudlarkers and spotted, leopards. But to the game. The teams lined out in the following order in charge of Referee -VN-el--h, C--ewe: restimog: Goal, VVlhattaker; backs, T. Hughes and M. E. Morris; halves, Arthur Akli- liams, Willi Jones, and W. H. Williams; for- wards, Jack Jones, J. O. Hughes, W. Meirion Janes, W. R. Owen, and E. Lloyd Hughes. Colwyn Bay: Goal, Hallwood; backs, Bob Morris and T. E. Webb halves, C. Mclntyre, W. E. Roberts, and Ned Griffiths forwards, A. Warburton, H. E. Evans, Stanley Hughes, -R. W. Kay, and H. Pritchard. ihe Hay won the toss and elected to play in the direction of the square. Meirion scored the first point for Festiniog after only a few miniurtes, play. This certainliy gave the quanrymen a taste for goals, for in a couple of minutes the danger signal was again hoisted on the! left side, where the two wingers were busy evading Mclmyrc, and later having the best of Morris. A COUPLE OF PENALTIES. W. R. Owen, without any hesitation, went straight for goal, and beat Hallwood with a lovely shot, two goals in two twos looked re- markably like a repetition of the Bangor dose; but the BayiteSl livened up, and the halves were responsiblle for a; couple of visits to Whittaker, but there was little siting in the shots, and the burly custodian easily cleared. This was fol- lowed by a visit to Hallwood. when Meirion Jones gave the custodian a warm handful which he successfully negotiated. Some pretty play was now witnessed on the home right, J. O. Hughes and Jack Jones pressing with excellent vmdetratainding, the final shot giving Hallwood an anxious moment. This pressure was followed by a penalty granted to the home side. Meirion took the kick, and Hallwood cleared into safety, with the result that the Bayiites M, once rushed to the other end, where a free kick was given, in their favour, Ned Griffiths sending against the bar. In the .scrimmage that followed a penalty was awarded against the home side, which Stan- ley Hughes safely placed in the net. The Quarrymen again roused, themselves, and E. Lloyd- Hughes sent an obllique slbot against the outside corner of the net. This, was quickly fol- lowed by a series of attacks on the Bay goal, where Ned Griffiths nobly assisted Hallwood in defending his charge. IThe pressure became acute, and a corner was granted, the place kick going behind. Half time — Festiniog, 2; Colwyn. Bay, I. QUARRYMEN DRAW AHEAD. From the restart the Bayites rushed up on the left, Kay and Prichard making a determined move along the touchline; but Tom Hughes was -equal to the occasion, and placed his side on the attack, J. O. Hughes and Jack Jones racing to the corner. The former shot hard for goal, and clean beat Hallwood, the leather mak- ing its way outwards clean through rtheruelt. This was followed by repeated attacks by the home team, and the visitors' defence was hard put to, and W. R. Owen with the best shot of the day beat Hallwood for the fourth time. A temporary ievival by the visiting attack brought matters in. front of Whiittaker, Stanley Hughes sending in a hot shot, which the home custodian thr-ew away. This was followed by an attack upon Hall wood's charge, and a penalty gained for the home side, which Meirion successfully steered into the net. From this stage to the end the play was of little interest, and conisiswed rniaanly of attacks upon tihe visitors' goal, the Bayites being by this time quite outplayed. Result: Fesftiniog, 5; Colwyn Bay, 1. COMMENTS. For the home side, Wihvttaker did some good work in goal, whilst Tom Hughes was a gr defender. Will Jones was great in the hialif line. The way he kept Stanley Hughes at bay was a real treat. He was ably assisted by Arthur and W. H. Williams. The forward line was mudh strengthened by the inclusion of J. O. Hughes. 'He is a trifle slow, but fully makes up by his headwork. Jack Jones hugged the ball a trifle too much, and found himself on many occasions robbed, otherwise his work was brriL- liant. The left wing were a fine pair, very fast, and gave nothing away. The whole line was ably piloted by Meirion, who plays good foot- ball. For the Bay, Hallwood was continually on the job, neither Morris nor Webb being smart enough, and when the halves were passed there seemed nothing furthez to beat. The halves played a fine game. Griffiths headJed the lliist, Roberts and Mctrutyre also doing excellent work. The forwards veire anything but good—no method; any bind of play, so long as they kicked the ball. Stanley Hughes certainly did several Times- attempt to break through, but had no assistance from his mates. The score repre- sents the game, and it was only thanks to the halves that the score was not doubled.
JUNIOR LEAGUE. LLANGEFNI UNITED v. HOLYHEAD RESERVES. CEFNITES' BRILLIANT VICTORY. (BY MONA.") The above teams met at Llangefni on Satur- day. The visitors brought an exceptionally strong team, and a good number of their sup- porters. The teams lined in the following ccd,er Llangefni: Newton Williams, goal; Hammer Jones and Nafon Jones, backs; D. K. ponies, Richie Williams, and Waltea- Hughes, halves; T. K. Jones, J. Williams, Noarman Thomas, Eben Thomas, and 0. Jones, forwards. Holyhead Harry Jones, goal; Owen Morgajn end George Carlisle, backs; Jim Evans, R. Owen, and- Louis Jones, halves; H. Brown, Hughie Williiams, Hyam, H. O. Jones, and J. Jones, forwards. Referee: Mr C. J. Thomas, Bangor. ine visitors won the toss and decided to play towards the town goal. The opening exchanges favoured the visitors, and they got into close proximity of the home goal, but J. Jones shot wide. The Cefni left wing were next in evi- dence with a pretty run. but their final attempt was cleared. The visitors took up the attack :n earnest, and they were rewarded with a goal, J. Jones scoring from thirty-five yards' range, the custodian misjudging the flight of the ball, and it passed into the net, to his surprise. Not to be denied, the homesters were next attacking, and they were rewarded with a free kick close up, but nothing resulted, The visitors were having the best of matters during the first twenty minutes, and their second success came through Hugh Williams. Newton caught the leather; but the ground being in a bad state, he slipped and allowed the visitors to score rather a simple gooI. It now looked very dark from a Cefni point of view, but the Cefnites were not at all disheartened at the success of the Harb ou/rmen. They rose up to the occasiion in grand style, and after fine work by the right wing, the sphere was transferred to Norman, who beat both backs, and fired' for all he was worth, scoring a most magnificent goal. The custodian never saw its. Following this, the play of the home- sters greatly improved, and when half-time was
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JUNIOR FOOTBALL. COLWYN BAY CELTS v. RHOS ST. TRILLO. HOME TEAM WIN COMFORTABLY. (BY VEDETTE.") In spite of the fact that the ground was in a deplorable conjdition), the above teams decided to contest their match. There is keen rivalry between the Celts and St. Trillo, who had not previously met this season. The Saints had rather the better record on matches played, but they fully realised that in opposing the Celts on their own ground they were up against a tough proposition." It was most unfortunate that the weather had so affected the field of play, else a fine game would undoubtedly have been wit- nessed. As it was, the Saints' forwards, who have on numerous occasions given fine displays, were quite at sea on the slippery ground, and this in spite of the fact that the front line was strengthened by the inclusion of Wilson Southern, who has frequently- played for the town team. Teams — Colwyn Bay Celts D. Ll. Jones, goal; J. K. Jones and E. R. Jones, backs; J. HUgihes, Llew- elyn Roberts (captain), and W. T. Hoskins, half- backs; E. Alford, T. Parry, E. Lunt, R. Jones, and W. Jones, forwards. Rhos St. Trillo: J. Berts, goal; S. ArundaiLe and Dick Hughes, backs A. Jones, A. Downes, (captain), and G. Hughes, half backs; William Phillips, E. F. Tucker, Edgar Phillips, Wilson Soutihern, and Colin Phillips, forwards. Referee, Mr. Hugh Heap, Golwvrn Bay. The teams were a lonig while settling down, and it was soon evident that the conditions would necessitate much 'n,]:ay of a kick and rush nature. The Celts' defenders impressed one as strong tackliers and powerful kickers, the backs being sound, whilst the halves effectively smothered any attempt at combination by the visiting front rank. Ere long the homesters were leading by two goals, but Rhos set to work with rare determination, and following upon clever work by the forwards, Colin Philips ran up and made no mistake with a hard shot. Soon after- wards Southern equalised from a penalty, but before the interval the Celts drew ahead. Half time Celts, 3; St. Trillo, 2. The Saints started the second period of the game with such dash that a score seemed im- minent, but Edgar Phillips was unable to break through the backs. The homesters had the game well in hand when they increased their lead, and later they registered a fifth point. Rhos were again awarded a penalty kick, but Southern shot outside. The Ceilts brought up ■the half dcZ'&n, and finally retired victors by a margin of four goals. 1:1 the second hall the visitors' defence was severely taxed, and proved unequal to the strain. Rhos were without their regular goalkeeper, and Berts, who was requisi- tioned --A the last moment owing to the non- appearance of Hersee, although frequently mak-
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WELSH SENIOR CUP. SECOND ROUND. RHYL v. CARNARVON. SANDMARTINS SUCCESSFUL. The Rhyl Conciliation team turned out on Saturday to oppose Carnarvon in the second round of the Welsh Senior Cup. Teams — -Rhyll: Goal, Smith; backs, R. E. Roberts and A. E. Roberts; halves, Hughes, W. Wil- liams, and G. Thomas; forwards, T. Roberts, Birch, Frost, Harrison, and B. ]tones. Carnarvon: Goal, G. H. Jones; backs, E. 'Hughes and A. Griffiths; halves, J. Griffiths, M. R. Herbert, and J. Williams; forwards, R. H. Roberts, T. Roberts, W. Jones, H. Roberts, and John Jones. Throughout Rhyl held an( advantage, and at half time were leading the Canaries by three goals to one. Play in (the second half was close- ly contested', but no further score was registered by either side, the home team winning as stated. -2-
When England was Merrie. Centuries ago, when the Merry Monarch sat upon the throne, we are told our country was a brighter and more joyous' lace than to-day. Money getting for money's sake did not so com- pletely absorb the minds of the people. Money was sought for the wholesome things and joys it would command. The village maiden would save out of her year's earnings enough to have a gay ribbon for the fair at Easter; the young countryman did the like so that he could have a new coat wherein to dance round the Maypole on the village green. The old folks looked ahead to prepare a good dheer for Christmas, and such cheer was always abundant and wholesome. Cakes and cyder, cakes and mulled wine, cakes and home-brewed spiced ale, were amongst the hundreds of good things upon which our fore- fathers feasted and thrived. These cakes were nearly always currant cakes, and the English housowife took a zealous pride in ooxtrivalling her neighbours in making these delicious cakes for Christmas. In those days currants were eaten liberally by all neopilie, not only as sweets, but with savoury dishes, just as this Christmas apple sauce will be eaten with the goose. There are no more whollesome, no more nutritious fiuits thai currants, and the King's Physician enthusiastically counsels their constant use. Now is the time to be thinking about the cur- rants for Christmas, and the many delicious, in- expensive ways they may be prepared for tible. Here is a recipe peculiarly suitable for Christ- mas — Mincemeat. Three large lemons, three large tart cooking apples, lb. stoned raisins, i lb. currants, i lb. finely chopped beef suet, lb. moist sugar, i oz. minced candied peel., i gill of rum or brandy, 2 tablespoonsfuls mange marmalade. METHOD.—^Grate the rind of the lemons, squeeze out the juice and strain into a basin. Boil the remainder of the lemons in water until tender enougih to pulp. Bake the apples and pu-lp them also. Add the remaining ingredients to the first pulp, and mix them all together. Fill the mincemeat into jars, cover each closely with parchment paper and tie up. Keep in a cool but dry place, and use as required.
FOOTBALL CHIPS. (BY VIGILANT.") That one is glad that the three draws between I Llandudno and Llanrwst in the Welsh Amateur Cup are at an end. That Llandudno deserved to win. That the Jackdaws of Conway are due at Llan- dudno on Saturday, and I think the Cormorant should account for the Black 'Uns. That Whittaker, the F-estiniog custodian, is a rare thrower, and looks like an old rugger pl-ayer. That two promasing junior teams—Colwyn Bay Celts and Rhos St. Trillor-met on Saturday on the ground of the former. That Colwyn Bay Celts were soon two goals up, but Rhos equalised, and were behind at half-time. That the Celts were the heavier team and superior forward. That Rhos were without their regular goal- keeper, and this brought about their defeat of 6-2. That Wilson Southern, of the Colwyn Bay town team, was making an initial appearance with Rhos. That he took two penalty kicks, succeeding once. That the teams could not be expected to give a good exhibition on such a day, and the return match on the fine ground at Rhos is being eagerly awaited. That good old Festingo won their first match on Saturday. And about time, too. That Colwyn Bay were, the victims. That the Gulls were again consistent in losing. That I feell sorry for the Gulls for the unfor- tunate plight they seem to be in. That they will have to mind the Canaries, on Saturday. That Penny was a spectator on Saturday ai Newborough Park, and one who, knows the game. That Mclntyre, the old Gwydyr-Rover, played a clinking game. That congratulations are due to Ned Griffiths. He is not done yet by a Dot. His work on Satur- day was much admired That I have a new correspondent, Mona," in Llangefni. That naturally the Cefnites were very proud of their victory against the Sealarks on Saturday. That there are some smart names in the Cefn- ites' ranks. That there is a Nafon and an Eben amongst them. That some people were inclined to think rather lightly of the Cefnites, but have now changed) their opinion. That football is in the ascendency in Mona's Isle. That I hope to pay a visit to Menai Bridge and Llangefni at an early date. That I think it was Holyhead's great success in the first instance, and Beaumaris's following suit, which roused the men of Sir Fon. That Mr J. Williams. Glandwr-terrace, Llan- gefni, is our agent in the town. That he will be glad to attend to all orders1. That I offer my congratulations to Llangefni, and say Buck up, buck up." Sir Fon has a pride of its own. That a great Beaumarisian supporter is about to join the ranks, of married men. That he is a very popular chap, and ervery one will wish him and his own every success, and, of course, happiness. That Carnarvon were given the order of the knock at Rhyl on Saturday in the Welsh Senior Cup-tie. That the Canaries are not what they were. That I wonder if it is staleness? That Rhyl are improving very much. Bravo! That Bangor Reserves were strong at the Morfa on Saturday. That it annoyed certain Conwayites to see some Combination players amongst the team. That Bangor's second string is doing very well. That it is a good team. That Conway are in training—perhaps—for Saturday. That I hope the Jackdaws will bring a crowd of sunnorters; with them. That big gates are what we want on the Coast. Not so much matter whether Cup or League. That I should like to see the "gates" along the Coast increase in number. That I should also be glad if Colwyn Bay had a docent ground,. That I hope the difficulty will soon be over- come. That the Station, staff at Llandudno Junction are great soccer enthusiasts. That Billie Williams—the popular—is not "on late" for Saturday, and means seeing Cormorant v. Jackdaw struggle. I wonder which way his sympathies lie. Conway, 'spose! The Conway Kelly will also be there. That there is a collection being made for Willie Wynne, of the Amateurs, who twisted his knee in the Holyhe.ad match. Tha.t much sympathy is felt for him, as he was showing signs of great promise. That a correspondent suggests that Harold Pearson, the captain of the Amateurs, should hold a Football Sunday service now and again. That the Duocan Cun draw has given much satisfaction, to the home clubs at any rate. That the Wednesday Gulls have vowed that the beautiful Duncan Cup is going to rest in Colwyn Bay this season. That this is rather premature in face of cer- tain contingencies which may arise. That all the same, I admire the spirit which permeates the Blue Gulls. That there is some promise amongst the play- ers of a respectable position in the League lad- der That Fred W. Jones maibes a good hon. secre- tary of the Wednesday League. That I am pleased to think the Wednesday League is making such a bold show this season. That we shall soon. be in full Cup-tie swing. That the interest in the Coast Cilps is in. creasing. That the Junior Coast Cup will not, this sea- son again, rest in Llanrwst. That it is a pity the Roosters, in a sense, snuffed themselves out of the competition by not observing the requests of the Association. That I nave had many friends saying the Sen- ior Cup is going to jest in Bangor. That I am of opinion it will rest in. Ll&n- dudno. Favouritism again, Mr Viligant!" says a friend. That a Llandudno supporter does me honour in thinking that my notes on the Amateurs a couple of weeks back, did the 'Chers good, and roused them. That if the 'Chers play something like they did, at Llanrwst, with the additional idea of forcing play in the earlier part of the game, and not at the end of it, I will go nap on Llandudno bringing the Cup home. That there would be a Tra-la-la. Bom-Bom
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"Vigilant's" Post Bag. H. D." (Beaumaris).—"Weather Permitting" referred to a Llanrwst official. Read the part over again. The official referred to is a football enthusiast of the first water, and the only thing that damps his ardour is wet weather. How- ever, I understand that the official in question endeavo ured to make amends for his want of pluck on the previous occasion, and journeyed down to Llandudno by the 10,30 a.m. train on. Saturday. This he did with Faith in his side winning, but there was no Hope with the Roos- ters, and Gillett's Charity gave Llandudno the match. Hiraelite (Bangor).—You ought to know, as a Bangorian, who Lewis, M. A., is. His full name is Lewis Martin Anderson, and needless to say, he hails from the Land o' Cakes. But, so long has he resided amongst Welshmen that he has earned a good name for his countrymen. He is not a master of arts in the sense you mean, but he is a past master in the art of sticking up for the Homers, come what may. You should admire him for that. I do. At the same time, when you weed the partisanship of dear old lewis-and who is there without partisanship—ib airring myself,—you find one of the most genial and brotherly of fellows, with a warm heart and a cordial handshake. L.M.A.'s enemies are hard to find. Twthill (Menai Bridge).—I agree with you that the North Wales Coast League has an ideal chairman in Mr R. D. Richards, and it is not strange to think how many good things emanate from the City of Bangor. Mr R. is a football zealot, a gentleman, and is moreover amongst our very best of referees. The League are for- tunate in having a young chairman, who sheds lustre in the ranks of N.W.C.L. officialdom. J. E. Norman (Deganwv) writes to congratu- late me upon the Post Bag column, which he finds instructive and entertaining. I am grate- ful to him for his appreciation. Cormorant Supporter (Penrhynside).-I had seen the photos of John Henry Jones and Johnnie Wiilliams, of the Llandudno Cormor- ants, in the Liverpool Football Echo," last Saturday. Both are faithful pictures, and the two members are amongst the very best of Llan- dudno players. I cannot vouch for the truth that they are both going to get married in the immediate future. A personal query would be more to the point. Try it. Gilletian (Llandudno) writes to say that if Gillett's form on Saturday, at Llandudno, was anything like what he generally gives, he can secure for him. a place in a class team. For my correspondent's information, I may say that Gil- lett has been seen by myself to give extraordin- ary clever displays between the sticks, and I have seen him in much better form-good as he was—than on Saturday. I remember a display at Llanrwst which caused me to style it Gil- lett versus Carnarvon." Gull (Colwyn Bay).—Yes, Hallwood is a good forward, as well as a custodian. I have seen him play splendidly in the front rank or the Gulls. Celt (Llandudno).—Charlie Roberts, of Llandudno Swifts fame. is no relation to his namesake in Manchester United team. Still Charlie, of Llandudno, is a great admirer of the Mancunian,. Jack Owen (Beaumaris).—I quite agree with you. There is no reason whatever why Menai Bridge team should not, in a great measure, take the place of the late lamented Puffins, of Beaumaris. There is W. G. W., G. W., and W. M. J. available—three rare Beau- marisians when the Puffins were in the prime of their short life. Congo (Colwyn Bay).—I cannot tell you what has become of Moss Jones and Will Tai that used to play in the Bay ranks. But I ob- served that from a certain report of the floods in Abergele that Moss Jones was busy rescuing somebody with his Fish Express. How appro- priate and how truly Mossinian. Twm o Gyffin."—Harry Thomas, of 'Varsity House., Abergele, is a tonsorial artist by profes- sion. He gave up the secretaryship of the Wed- nesday League, principally, I believe, because of business matters. He is a lively card, and is known in Abergele as the Mystic Crystal." "Jackdaw" (Conway) .—Yes; both Malcolm and Richard Hersee have been Welsh Interna- tionals. Llandudno boasts three of Wales's by- gone international players, Mal and Did: Ilersee (brothers) and Fred W. Jones.
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called, the game was very everully contested. Half-time: Holyhead, 2; Llangefni, 1. The opening stages of the second half were fairly even, but a determined raid by the home- sters resulted in O. Jones scoring a second goal. Now the excitement was at fever heat, and both teams worked with all their might for the win- ning goal, the homesters being far the most dian- gerous) and staying the pace much better than their opponents. T. K., on the right, was. play- ing at the top of his form just now, and his centres were a source of great danger. The win- ning goal came through a fine centre from 1. K., Eben putting the finishing touch to a most brilliant movement. With only four minutes to go, the homesters never relaxed their efforts, andi when the final whistle went, they were pressing ham. A splendidly contested, game ended: Llangefni, 3; Holyhead., 2. It was a bitter pill for the Harbourinen to jeturn home defeated, as they came with the idtea of inflicting the first defeat on the Cefnites. The first half they played a very good game, but in the second they met their masters. The Cefnites are to be highly complimented on such a brilliant victory, all of them playing a sterling game throughout.
iing creditable clearances, was weak on two or three occasions. Result:- Celts, 6 St. TrilllOj 2. COMMENTS. It would be unfair to criticise the teams upon their display on Saturday. Regarding the Celts, ,A is evident that their team is of above average merit. Were the forwards to curb their eager- ness and pass more, the efficiency of the line would be greatly incieased. It is pleasing to hear that the members of this capable eleven decline to leave their club to. play for organisa- tions taking part in higher class football. This esprit de corps is worthy of all praise, and be- fore long we may look forward to seeing the Celts become formidable rivals of the town club. The visiting forwards were unable to swing the ball about as did their opponents, and on such a ground short passing was qute the wrong game to play. On a dry ground they will ap- pear to much more advantage. Their backs were not at alil safe, and the team, besides be- ing lighter, lacked the dash that characterised the play of the Celts. Owing 10 the ground at Buckley being under water, the League match between the Rangers c-4 that town and Ruthiin was postponed. On Saturday Ruthin appear at home in the third round of the St. Martin's Cup, their o--c)nents being a team rejoicing in the picturesque ap- pelation of Pant Blue. Stars.