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COAST SENIOR LEAGUE.I

JUNIOR LEAGUE.

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JUNIOR FOOTBALL.

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WELSH SENIOR CUP.

When England was Merrie.

FOOTBALL CHIPS.

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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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