Skip to main content
Hide Articles List

15 articles on this Page

Advertising

COAST SENIOR LEAGUE.I

JUNIOR LEAGUE.

Advertising

JUNIOR FOOTBALL.

Advertising

WELSH SENIOR CUP.

When England was Merrie.

FOOTBALL CHIPS.

[No title]

Advertising

I"Vigilant's" Post Bag.

Advertising

JUNIOR LEAGUE.

JUNIOR FOOTBALL.

News
Cite
Share

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.