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LEAGUE-DIVISION I.

Next Saturday's Fixtures.

Boxing Day's Fixtures.

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WELSH SENIOR CUP,

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WELSH SENIOR CUP.

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WELSH AMATEUR CUP. CARNARVON UNITED v. LLANDUDNO AMATEURS. VICTORY OF THE CANARIES. (BY VIGILANT.") It is a hard task for two elevens to play two important cup-ties with only a day's grace between. It is still further t harchr task for I the Llandudno team to journey to the County town and expose themselves for two hours on Thursday in a vile quagmire. Why the I' Carnarvon Executive do not do something to lessen the sea of mud, I know not, but the ground was a shocking morass on Saturday, and watching the match was the most dis- 1 agreeable of things. ° HUGH ROBERTS SCORES WITH A HEADER. Llandudno placed the same eleven on the field as they had on Thursday. Mr. R. D. Richards again officiated as referee, and the gate was disappointingly small. The Canaries had Hugh Roberts in the front rank, and it was to this much-admired player that the first goal was obtained." It was a sharp header from a pass on the right, and a very smart performance. The jubilation of the crowd knew no bounds fof it was a great relief to score first after such cruel luck of not being able to defeat the Cormorants on Thursday. The game, as a game, was miles below the one of Thursday, for all the spectators lingered to see the whole of that two hours display. The Amateurs were show- ing a good front, and had quite as much of the game as their rivals. Walter Jones missed a penalty, and Stallard displayed his best form between the sticks. Half-time arrived with the Canaries leading by a goal to nil. THE CANARIES INCREASE THE SCORE. Although playing up the slope, the Cormorants gave a good display, but the defence of Carnarvon was nippy and brusque. The Carnarvon goal had a very nariow squeak from falling on several occasions, and in this respect the Canaries had a good slice of luck. As time woi-e on the Canaries put on a spell of rushing, and R. H. Roberts managed to defeat Stallard. The game ended in a win for the Canaries by 2-0.

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