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Next Saturday's Fixtures.

COAST SENIOR CUP.

CARNARVON UNITED v. LLANBERIS.

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BANGOR v. HOLYHEAD SWIFTS,

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COAST JUNIOR LEAGUE.

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COAST JUNIOR LEAGUE. PENMAENMAWRv. GLASINFRYN SWIFTS. PENNYMORES STILL INVINCIBLE. ,These teams met at Penmaenmawr on Saturday in fine weather. Referee Wil. liams, Deganwy, marshalled the teams as follows Penmaenmawr: Bob Lloyd; W. E. Hughes and H. Jones; Bob Brown, J. Jones, and Tom Jones; J. W. Lunt, Archie Jones, R. Morris, C. Sloane, and Caleb Williams. Glasinfryn Swifts: J. P. Jones; W. D. Thomas and G. Whitehead; C. Pierce, E. E. Davies and R. Thomas; H. Edwards, D. P. Hughes, T. F. Pierce, R. S. Williams and W. Thomas. A good crowd of spectators witnessed the game. The visitors at the whistle became aggressive, but they soon lost the ball, for Archie scored No. i for the homesters be- fore anyone knew where 4e was. The visitors then attacked, and Bob, the home goalie, was called upon to save, which he did smartly. In a few seconds there was a scramble just by the visitors' goal, out of which John Willie rattled No. 2. The Swifts were smart on the ball, but try as they would they were foiled. Then H. Jones fouled within the dreaded area, and the visitors were awarded a penalty, which Edwards neatly neitted. The homesters (otherwise known as Hen Adar and "Custards") began pressing then, and Mor- ris, as usual, sent a rattler in-No. 3. Bob Brown took a free kick for the homesters, and to everyone's surprise it landed in the neli-No. 4. The homesters then slackened down, but the Swifts were not to be beaten. Pierce soon reduced the lead, and ere long F. Pierce followed suit. J. W. Lunt scored No. 5. Half time Penmaenmawr, 5; Swifts, 3. Resuming, the visitors had the advantage of the slope, and soon showed that there was to be a hard fight. Hugh Edwards scored No, 4 for them, and ere long Pierce sent No. 5 in. The homesters then pressed but though they worked well they could not sqore, the Swifts having contracted the Bangor disease of kick out. During the last few minutes there was great excitement, but neither team increased their score. The .game ended in a draw: Penmaenmawr, 5; Glasinfryn, 5.

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Denbigh Dribbles.

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The Cottage Homes of Wales.

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CARNARVON UNITED v. LLANBERIS.

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