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COAST SENIOR LEAGUE.

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--....-FESTINIOG v. LLANBERIS.

COLWYN BAY v. PWLLHELI.

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----.---COAST JUNIOR LEAGUE.

-....... GLASINFRYN v. MENAI…

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GLASINFRYN v. MENAI BRIDGE. riayed on the ground of the former on Saturday last. Referee, E. Lloyd Wil- liams, of Bangor, lined up the teams in the following order:- Glasinfryn: T. Davies; J. R. Jones and Will Thomas; Whitehead, Charles Pierce (captain), Edwin Davies Robin Thomas Hughie Edwards, David Hughes, Frank Pierce, Will Thomas. Menai Bridge: W. Owen; G. Williams and W. Edwards J. C. Jones, R. T. Williams and H. Ll. Williams; A. Hughes, J. R. Owen, Inston, W. Jones, J. Gerrard. Play in the beginning by both sides was nothing to brag .about, and the suspense was relieved when the homesters broke away and forced a corner, Will Thomas sending in a well directed shot, which R. T. Wil- liams netted with a neat shot. From the centre the "Tigers" broke away, and they did everything but score. Play after this was of a sultry nature, both custodians be- ing tested in turn. It was easily seen that the homesters were the better side, but the visitors were a plucky lot, and on one occa- sion they rushed down the field in a body, Gerrard equalising from a scrimmage in the homesters' goalmouth. The homesters hav- ing been stung by this reverse, retaliated, and were finally awarded a penalty through an infringement of the rules. Hughie Ed- wards, taking the kick, sent in a rasping shot, which gave Will Owen not the least ghost of a chance, and put the homesters two up. Some very exciting play followed, Will Thomas, after some fine individual work, scoring the third for the Infrynites. Half time arrived, the score reading Glaninfryn, 3 Menai Bridge, 1. Upon resuming, the visitors were the ag- gressors, and the home defence had a very trying time, but try as they would they could not do the needful. Then all of a sudden David Hughes commenced a solo run, finishing up grandly by registering the fourth goal ior the homesters. Shortly after- wards David Pierce scored the 5th for the homesters, and after some midfield play Hughie Edwards rushed down and scored the sixth and last. Thus terminated a very exciting game. Final Glasinfryn, 6; Menai Bridge, 1.

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COAST SENIOR LEAGUE.

COLWYN BAY v. PWLLHELI.

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