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Sheriffs Nominated.


North Wiles Football.

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Next Saturday's Fixtures.…




Denbigh Dribbles.



COAST LEAGUE DIVISION I. PWLLHELI v. LLANDUDNO JUNCTION. TIIE ROOKS HEAT THE PENGUINS. (P.v RoiiIN HOOD ".) These teams met at the Woodlands Field, Llandudno Junction, in bad weather, and before a fairly well attended gate. Mr. R. D. Richards, who officiated as referee, lined up the piayers as follows: -Llandu(ino junction: Goal, G. T. Gillett; backs, Tom Jones and Now Ellis half backs, W. Evans, R. W. Roberts (captain) and Evan Jones; forwards, A. Lunt, J. Hughes, Ernest Parry, W. Brookes Evans and S. Parry. Pwllheli": Goal, Bob Williams backs. Roily Hughes, and G. Evans half backs, T. J. Owen, W. Smalley and Bob Morgan forwards, W. O. Hughes, W. Griffiths, D. Hughes, S. Wil- liams and L1. White. Pwllheli forwards made tracks for the home goal at once, and for some minutes the home backs were penned in, and al- though Jones and Ellis were kicking very strong, punting the ball over the half line, yet time and again back came the Pwllheli forwards. By judicious passing the Pwllheli forwards combined well together, and in a tnrice Gillett was taken bv surprise, and completely beaten by a soft shot. The Rooks' forwards played well. The Pwllheli goalkeeper happened to be in the way of every shot. E. Parry fed his wings well and led them on in very clever manner. Lunt backheeled to Joe and this worthy sending well to Lunt to the front, who racing round the back, sent in a glorious centre, and the goalie was baffled, and S. Parry fails at the critical moment. He fell, and in doing so the ball went outside. The Junc- tion were pressing hotly against a strong breeze when half time arrived with Pwllheli leading one nothing. ft ERNEST PARRY CLEVER! I he first part of the game was very excit- ing. All the Junction forwards played a good game, the inside men in particular. E. Parry in the centre knows how to fill that position, showing some of his old time form. His passes and his dribbling was a treat. J. Hughes, Brookes Evans and S. Parry as usual played a very good game. R. W. Roberts was fine as centre half, and so was W. Evans. Strong kicking and their good tackling brought forth cheers. Evan Jones was Dlay- ing also a good game he is fast and he can tackle. Evan saved a certain goal when Gillett was beaten. Tom and Now Ellis were superior in defence and Gillett did not have much to do in this half, and what little he did he did it well. NIPPY PWLLHELI FORWARDS! Pwllheli forwards were very nippy, and they were combining well together, but the ground was too slippery for them. They played a good game, and it is to their full backs and goalie that they have to thank for keeping their goal intact. < Commencing the second half the Junction- ites had a run down at once, and now with the elements in their favour it looked as if Pwllheli could not get out of their own half. S. Parry, who was uncovered, let fly and easily beat Boa Williams, making matters level. What a cheer! A break through by Pwllheli saw Now Ellis and Tom Jones de- feated, and Gillet saving when he was down, and the ball was going into the net when Evan Jones saved the situation in a marvellous manner. Well done, Evan. F. Parry sent in one of his old timers, and the goalie, fell full length in savin? his shot (the best shot of the match). Again the Tunc- tionites were continually pressing hard, striving all their might for the winning goal, but it seemed ages in coming. "Kow" Ellis had a pop at goal, which E. Parry diverted into the far corner of the net .t.- .1.1- mucn 10 me surprise ot Bob Williams, who had absolutely no chance. There was a mighty cheer echoing. There was no hold- ing the Junctionites afterwards, but they could not increase the score. Llandudno Junction, 2; Pwllheli, 1.






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