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North Wiles Football.

Other Results. I

Next Saturday's Fixtures.…

WELSH SENIOR CUP.

..-.-.... CHESTER SENIOR CUP.

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Denbigh Dribbles.

COAST LEAGUE DIVISION I.

-4.---LLANRWST v. HOLYHEAD.

COAST JUNIOR CUP.

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COAST JUNIOR CUP. (Second Round.; PENMAENMAWR v. BANGOR 'VARSITY THE PKNYMORE'S STILL UNBEATEN. I (BY "SPECTATOR. The above teams met at Penmaemawr on Saturday. The field being below the level of the road and made up of clay, presented the aspect of a skating rink rather than a football field. In spite of the rain a good crowd of spectators witnessed the game, which w.-ii played in good spirit by both team' Referee Mr. J. B. Morgan lined up the teams:—Penmaenmawr: Bob Llovd W. E. Hughes and J. Jones Bob Brown, T. Tones and Tom Jones: J. W. Lunt, A. G. iones, Morris. C. S'oane and Caleb Williams. Yaristv: D. Tnomas NN-. S. Brock and C. II. Jones C. A. Crcil. H. L. Williams and A "W. Williams F. L. D. Davies, F. Wrichi. T. J. Griffiths, W. G. Jones and I Fben. Thomas. Penmaenmawr played against the wind. The visitors started well, and in less than I minutes Wright had the satisfaction of scoring the first for the 'Varsity. The Pen- maenmawr team (nick-named 1 Custards then worked up. Bob Lloyd was called unon so save on one or two occasions in the first half, and this he did in fine style. About a minute before half time Morris equalized by scoring Xo. 1 for the Cus- tards." The Custard" forwards simply made rings round their opponents, and Morris soon put a thundering shot in the net. Xot content with this they kent on pressing, and it was then evident that they were deter- mined to win for Sloane scored -NO. 3. The 'Varsity team then became more live- ly and pressed hard, but it was in vain. The game was a nice one (only about a dozen foulsl, and not one within the dreaded ureai, and the Custard Boys won a eood victory. Final score Penmaenmawr, 'Varistv, 1. NOTES. All the home plavers were in good form, and played a rattling game. Davies. of the 'Varisty, had the satisfac- tion of being bespattered with mud, and his face painted with it.

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