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Next Saturday's Fixtures.

Boxing Day's Fixtures.








The North Wales Weekly News.

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That I award this Certificate to Carnarvon instead of the weather, so that it cannot be said I ignored the defeat of my pets." That had Llandudno not been concerned in the match I would certainly award the Certi- ficate to the clerk of the weather, for not onlv did he kill one match, but many. That I trust he will not qualify for it on another occasion. That it is a liong while since we had such vile weather. That several matches had to be postponed in consequence of "His Gills." That the Canaries by their defeat of Llan- dudno on Saturday qualify for a possibility of capturing the Welsh Amateur Cup. That many will remember the time when the Canaries vanquished Oak Alyn at Colwyn Bav in a deluge of rain. That the second replay between the Canaries and Cormorants in the Welsh Senior Cup-tie takes place on Tuesday next at Llan- dudno. That there should be a bumper gate. That both teams can do with the cash. That the match will have and will be brought in mv opinion to a decisive issue on that occasion. That it is expected Mr R. D. Richards will again officiate as referee. That many will join me in expressing regret at the sudden death of Mr James Beaty Jones, of Derwen Lee. who was a member of the Llandudno Switts F.C. That his advice was always welcome, for he had a big Liverpool experience to bring upon the once-upon-a-time smart Llandudno Club. That Jim was one of the most kind-hearted of men, and did many a good turn. k. I. P. That a benefit match is to be played on the Woodlands Field on Saturday for Will Evans, Bangor House, Llandudno Junction, who was hurt some time ago, and has been unable to follow his employment. That a Crewe team will engage the Rooks in what is hoped will be a good match. That tickets may be had from Robin Hood," or fiom any members of the Com- mittee. That practically all the Llandudno Reserves travelled with the senior team to the county town on Saturday. That sympathy is expressed with Mr H. O. Hitchings, of Carnarvon, and Nurse Hitch- ings. of Llandudno, upon the loss of their younger brother, Jack. That the Cormorants go to Llanberis on Saturday to engage in a League Match. That it will only be the fourth match to be played by the 'Chers', and as yet they are the only team in the League which has not been defeated. That the Colwyn Bay Gulls have been un- fortunate with the weather on the two last Saturdays in having matches cancelled at Llanberis and Llanrwst. That the Clerk of the Weather has a lot to answer for. That Denbigh has maintained their splendid reputation of showing us how not to win at Bangor on Saturday, and were trounced. When will the pretty thrushes again sing. That manv will regret to learn that Mr J. O. Davies, of Colwyn Bay, is leaving the town for the Llangollen district. That he did yeoman service for the Gulls, who fully appreciated his labonrs.

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