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Next Saturday's Fixtures.

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j COAST JUNIOR LEAGUE. PENMAENMAWR v. HOLYHEAD RES. THE FENNYMORES GIVE THE SEALARKS THEIR FIRST WHACKING. The above teams met at Penmaenmawr on a very 'muddy field on Saturday, and before a good crowd of spectators. Mr. Richards, Bangor, lined up the teams as follows:- Penmaenmawr: Bob Lloyd W. E. Hughes and H Jones; R. Brown, J. Jones and Gor- don Chantrey; J. W. Lunt, Archie Jones, R. Morris, C. Sloane and Caleb Williams. Holyhead Newton Williams; Jas. Evans and Bob Lewis Owen Williams, Higham and W. Brown; H. Brown, John Jones (Wallace), Hugh Willaims, H. D. Jones and John Jones. At the start Holyhead seemed as if they were going to win for they pressed hard, and in the first 15 minutes the ball was in the homesters ground. However, after sending some wild shots—over the bar and to both side—the home ttam started up the field and tried to score but Newton Williams just cleared when Morris put the leather in, among much shouting and cheering. It was a rattler and no mistake. The visitors were then the agressors, but owing to the slope of the ground they gained nothing. Ere long another rush by the homesters resulted in Archie scoring a fine goal for his side. From this to half time it was mostly give and take, the most prominent feature being the dressing some of the players got in the mud. Half time Penmaenmawr, 2 Holy- head, o. In the second half the Hen Adar had a strong breeze with them, and they worked well. The Sealarks v-ere evidently crest- fallen, but the homesters having learnt the lesson from Giasinfryn a fortnight ago keep on pressing with the result that Sloane scored No. 3 for them. This was followed ere long by Brown scoring a champion from a free kick. About fifteen minutes before time up H. Jones aocidently fouled within the dreaded area, and the SealarEs were awarded a penalty which Hugh Williams sent in like a thunder-bolt. A couple of minutes before the end John Jones was in- jured, and had to be carried off the field, but this did not affect the game as almost immediately after Mr. Richards announced time up. Final: Penmaenmawr, 4; Holy- head Reserves, 1. Among the spectators was Mr. R. J. Hughes, President of the N.W.C.F.A., and Vice-President, acted as referee. NOTES. Well done" Hen. Adar," you have kept your position so far. I sincerely hope that this title Invincible Old Birds will suit yo-i throughout the season. You simply swTamped the Sealarks this time, and the Holyhead supporters say "You are a very good little team."

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