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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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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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That good old Dick Rowlands was as cool and clever as usual. One of Colwyn B'tY's most sterling and fair players. More power to your feet, Dick! That Southern is a player on the sn-all side, with any amount of pluck nd dash. That Stanley Hughes was not able t'j get many of his dangerous shots in, o well was he shadowed. That Phillips makes a good pivot, and is a great worker. That G. P. Hughes and Norman Prichard made a good left wing. That the little left wing flier, Pritchard, was not allowed to get many of his danger- ous centres in. That the Gulls were more dashing than Llandudno. That both sides should have made more long pops at goal. That is cup-tie style. Try it on, boys, in the re-play. That Stallard did his work well. 'Nuff sed That J. H. J. and B. M. were splendid as backs. That Jack Brown I have seen better. Still, backs. That Jack Brown I have seen better. Still, ne was very good. That Tom Johnson was ditto. That Harold Pearson played vigorously, and for a wonder was penalised for fouling. J. E. Williams was not in that levil.may-care spirit. Ground, perhaps, Jack. That Dan Tim Coleman Davies was as good as ever. That Cleeve was not in his Bangor or Rhvl form. That Bob Davies or Jimmy wasn't, either. That Colwyn Bay spectators did not see the Amateurs at their best. That I am sorry for this. That the Gulls deserve every praise for the good fight shown. It was a very praise- worthy one. That the re-play on Saturday week will prove an attractive fixture, and another good gate. That the football scribes "Fidelis," "Robin Hood," Rambler," and u Pel Droed were present at the match. That Llandudno have three successive Sat- urdays at home in cup-ties. Next Saturday Rhyl are due in a Welsh Amateur Cup-tie. On December 3rd the replay with Colwyn Bay, and on the 10th December the Welsh Senior Cup-tie with Carnarvon. That the League fixture with Llandudno Junction on Saturday, December 3rd, is off. That it will be rather awkward to give the Junction a date in the near future. That I very much blame the Junction Committee for not accepting a date earlier on, when there were vacant Saturdays for both teams. That Llandudno desired it, but the Junc- tion didn't. So there you are. Possibly the loss of a good gate. Still, every new management must pay for experience. That Llandudno Junction Reserves de- serve credit for winning the re-plaved Junior Cup-tie at Blaenau Festiniog on Saturday. That the Holyhead Young Sealarks ac- counted in an unmistakable fashion for LI an Llechid Swifts in their re-play at Holvhead in the same cup tournament. That Penmaenmawr are still undefeated. That a draw of 5 goals each was the re- sult of the League match at Penmaenmawr on Saturday. That poor Menai Bridge got another flop on Saturday in the Second League. Llan. fairfechan put it across them this time. That the Welsh Association has been drastic with Rhyl and Flint anent some in. fringements which we, as usual, down this part of the Coast, have only sparse infor- mation. That what we have we are indebted to the busy Bee of the Liverpool Foot- ball Echo," and thank him for it. See re- port in another column. -e.-r- 8

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