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LLAN3ERIS v. LLANDUDNO. THE CHERS DR\W WITH TEN MEN. I-, "131t"e, Slate."c Played at Llanberis on Saturday. It was more like a water polo match than a football match. The playing pitch was awful, and both teams were wet through soon after the kick oft. Llandudno won the toss, so they took the wind, and kicked towards the Dolbadarn Castle, but proper football plaving was out of the question. In the lirst "five minutes Llanberis had a corner, and it was cleverly put it dropped close to the bar, and W. g, Williams put through with his head. Soon after Llanberis had another through W. R. Thomas, the outside left. Neither team could make any headway. There were half a dozen pools on the plaving ground, and one of the Llanberis backs miskicked, and Uandudno scored twice. Soon after the place kick, Llanberis scored. Half-time arrived with Llanberis leading by 3—2. It was a pity to see the players in the second half wet and muddy. Somebody ought to provide something warm for them More or less, the players were done up. Everybody in Llanberis thought that Llan- beris were going to win, and soon E. Lloyd Hughes got another point. After this, Llan- beris was on the defensive, but Llanberis dilly-dallying with the ball, gave Llandudno a chance, and they scored. There is no doubt that Llandudno was the better team, and before the whistle went, Llandudno scored again, and brought the score level. Llan- dudno played ten men from the beginning, and went home with one point. Final: Llanberis, 4 Llandudno, 4.

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