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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.

COLWYN BAY OAKS v. LITTLE…

THE COMBINATION. DENBIGH TOWN…

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That developments in the Coast Senior I Cup tourney are proving interesting. That one wonders whether it will be eventually wrested from the chemical lads of Flint this season. That every nerve will be strained by stronger teams than last season to do so. That poor Holyhead were given the quietus in their further struggles. How the glory of Holyhead has vanished, to be sure! That the Bangor Homers did the trick at Bangor. That the Homers can now crow of being the superiors of the Sealarks both at home and away. Such is the fluctuating luck of football, and its inconsistency is greater even. That the Canaries of Carnarvon managed to oust the Swallows of Llanberis at the Oval by the peculiar score of 5-3, the exact score by which the Llandudno Junction Rooks vanquished the Canaries in a League match at the Oval. That the men of Modern Athens—the Bangor 'Varsity eleven-beat the Junction Rooks at Ffriddoedd by 2-1. That I understand the Rooks have pro- tested, the merits of which will be the sub- ject of a discussion at a meeting of the Football Association. That to-morrow (Friday) evening Mr. Davies, who is a native of Conway, will give his bioscope entertainment in the Con- way Town Hall in aid of the funds of the Llandudno Junction team. Bravo! Turn up, boys, in strong numbers at the Town Hall, and help the cause of good sport. That the tie at Colwyn between Colwyn Bay and Llandudno Amateurs was unde- cided. hat not even a goal was scored. That it would have been worth something to be remembered had a goal been scored by either side to hear the vociferous cheer- ing there would have been. That the large and excited crowd hungered for this joy. That one Llandudno wag said the disap- pointment would be made up for at the re- play at Llandudno. That I was disappointed with the display Llandudno gave. That the ground, with all due respect to the Colwyn Bay management, is not an ideal one by a long way for cup-ties, especially for teams who are used to maximum pitches, such as Llandudno. That the narrow width greatly handicapp- ed the Cormorants. That the Colwyn end goal-line is narrower than the other. That the ground wants shaving and roll- ing afterwards very badly. That I am sure some of these things can be done by the management at once. That the Committee are moving in a business-like way in other matters. That I congratulate them on the new stand and pay boxes. That the crowd was a very representative one. That the Rev. R. D. Hughes was a spec- tator, and many people I was pleased to see there. That .Mr. Whitley, the Secretary, is a quiet and effectual worker. That unlike many firebrands, he is gifted with good common sense, and is always pleasing to chat with. That his brother of the more aldermanic turn looked the right man in the right place. Imposing and authoritative, he commands obedience, and some Llandudno ignoramus who would obstruct the view of stand people by standing in front was moved by Friend Whitley. That I wish the villain Jack Brown had shot this "bloke" with that cannon-ball shot which I received in the side of the face. That I did not want to "wait and see" what had happened. My aching head told me that. That Jack Brown owes me a new hat. That he was unwittingly the cause of much hilarity on the stand and round the course. That there were many regrets for poor Vigilant's misfortune. P'r'aps That it is marvellous to think what jealousy there is brewing at Llandudno's unbeaten record. That there are many waiting for the Cor- morant's defeat, who have the words I told vou so," long waiting on their lips. That of course Llandudno are my pets. Right guess, boys. That I want to see them do even better. That they are a team of which the Coast ought to be proud, let alone Llandudno. That certain fanatics were seen at Colwyn Bay, who could see nothing in the smart- ness of physique of Llandudno or their play, which I admit was anything but what Llandudno can do. The replay will, I think, give us this onportunity. | That Hallwood I was pleased to see again in goal. He was excellent. That D. Roberts took my fancy as the best back. That he was as good as any back on the field, his tall figure and effective work be- ing much in evidence. That O. E. Williams was also as smart as in by-gone days. At the same time, I call him a lucky player. That Ned Griffiths played a strong game. That Tom McCann was a host in h:m- self. That his play was a fine feature of the game. That Tommy is certainly one of our very finest and most consistent players in the N.W.C. League.

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Denbigh Dribbles.

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The Cottage Homes of Wales.

A Flintshire Liberal as London…

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CARNARVON UNITED v. LLANBERIS.

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,Welsh Football Association.