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BILLIARDS. LLANDUDNO v. COLWYN BAY. The "A" teams representing the above Constitutional Clubs met. at Llandudno on Wednesday last, and drew a, full ■house. Despite the fact that all the r,ecog,nised "cracks" were barred on either side some, exei-tliig and well con- tested games were witnessed. The highest, break of the. evening was eredited to Mr D'Aleiiso, of Colwyn Bay, who compiled a prettily played 31. Mr Down- ing for Llandudno was the highest scorer with 27. It is an interesting fact that the Llandudno representatives have always defeated their doughty opponents z, 1 -1 by 4 games in the five matches played., and whilst, the sciore against them in the aggregate was only 67, for this last meet- ing it was more than expected by the. most sanguine supporters. Mr R. Sutcliffe captained the home team, and made sure of litis game from the outset. The return match will be played at Oolwyn Bay on Wednesday, Jan.. 5th, 1910, when a large crowd of supporters intend to journey with the Llandudno reipresent,ait,ives and cheer them on to further victory. The names of the players and full scores are as follows — Lilaiadudno. Bottomley 150 iSarson 93 Su tdiiffe 150 Downling; 150 Kitts1 81 E. Chase 150 774 Colwyn Bay. Ca.rtme.ll 94 Btootih 150 Due kens 113 Hiodgkins 79 D' Aleiso 150 Wa&li Wright 121 707

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