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Other Results.

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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Denbigh Dribbles.

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Welsh Football Association. DRAW FOR SECOND ROUND SENIOR CUP. LLANDUDNO AMATEURS' LUCK The draw for the second round of the Welsh Cup took place at Wrexham on Wednesday last and was as follows :-Llandudno Amateurs v. Carnarvon Mold Town v. Flint Rhos Rangers or Johnstown A. v. Brymbo Whit- church v. Wellington St. George's; Northern Nomads v. Saltney Llanfyllin v. F.W.F. Newtown or Aberystwyth Llandrindod Wells v. Llanidloes Cardiff City v. Ton Pentre or Merthyr Town. Clubs exempt until the next round :—Wrexham (holders), Chirk, Druids, Chester, Baugor, Connah's Quay, Oswestry, and Treharris. Ties to be played on December joth kick- off 2-30. With regard to the results of the first round, a protest was lodged by Merthyr Town against Ton Pentre. who defeated them 2-0, on the grounds that the game was not played on a proper enclosure, that no policemen were empioved, that the gate could not possiblv be checked, and that a large number of people obtained admission without paying. The Welsh Council decided to refer the protest to the South Wales members and Mr. Penry Jones, Llandrindod. A further appeal was made by Johnstown Amateurs against Rhos Rangers, who won by 3-2, it being alleged that the successful team played an ineligible man. The protest was sustained, and the match awarded to Johnstown. The secretary (Mr. Robbins) reported that the Irish Associa- tion desired the date of their international match with Wales to be altered from April 30th to March 4th. In view of the fact that Scotland will visit the Principality on the following Monday (March 6th), the Council agreed that it would be impossible to agree to the proposed date, and, after considerable discussion, they referred the question to a small committee. Sergeant Perkins, the referee in a cup-tie between Mold and Green- field, on the former's ground, reported certain Mold players for tripping and bad lartguage to the referee. He also stated that several spectators used such threats towards him that he escaped from the ground by climbing a wall. The Council decided to severely censure the Mold club, and to warn them of the future conduct of their spectators, and directed that warning" posters be exhibited on the ground. The players complained of were suspended for various periods extending up to the end of January. It was also resolved to make inquiries into a letter which the referee had received from an official of the Mold Club, requesting him not to report the occurrence to

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CARNARVON UNITED v. LLANBERIS.

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