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FOOTBALL. LLANDUDNO AMATEURS v. CARNARVON UNITED. (North Wales League). By Veteran. Teams representing these Clubs met on the Council Field in the North Wales Coast Lea,gue Competition. The same players had met the previous Saturday, when the Carnarvon Club, won by one goal to nil rather luckily. The conditions were entirely against a good exposition of the, game, the ground being heavy and rain falling throughout the first half. The home club should have won on the general run of the play, but their luck in front, of goal was none of the best, and neither side scoring the game ended in a draw. The Amateurs, I understand, are los- ing the service of J. H. Jones, who has been a tower of strength at full back. I am informed by a member of the Com- mittee that, hel intends leaving Llandudno for Oswestry. J. EL Williams will also be lost to the Club for the remainder of the season, his leg having failed to stand the strain of the last, two matches. The team against Pwllheli on Saturday will there- fore be of the "scratch" order, and its constitution can not be definitely stated.

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