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GOLF. GREAT ORME GOLF CLUB v. COLWYN BAY GOLF CLUB. Special interest was centered in the above match on the Great Orme Links on Saturday last, as this was the fourth meeting of the, clubs this year, the pre- vious matches all having been won by the Orme club.. Colwyn Bay were strongly represented, and were rather fortunate in finding the Orme club minus the ser- vices of their captain (Mr Brundrit) and two other leading players this had the effect of bringing out the strong reserves which the Orme club have to fall back upon, and they fully maintained their reputation by very materially helping the club to victory by the narrow margin of 5 matches to 4. It was a narrow shave for the home club, and at one period an anxious time for the hon. secretary, who now has visions of completing the season without defeat. The following were the results of the various games —• Great Orme. T. C. Mellor (5 and 4) 1 HI. Short 0 B. Berry 0 H. Parker 0 E. Ol. Roberts (3 and 2) 1 C. Dunphy (6 and 4) 1 J. Rainsforcl (4 and 2) 1 J. EL Hallmark 0 H. FaAvcett (8 and 6) 1 5 Colwyn Bay. D. M. Peacock 0 P. N. G. Holmes (3 and 2) 1 J. Ashby (3 and 2) 1 Wm. Jones (2 and 1) 1 F. Stancliffe 0 R, Westmacott 0 A. G. Peake 0 H. K. Shaw 1 C. Hi Harding 0 4 CARNARVONSHIRE GOLF CLUB. The usual mixed doubles were played off on the Carnarvonshire Club Links at Conway on Wednesday, and resulted as follows El C. Cl-Litterbuck and Mrs Hall, 81-L J. B. Ryclen and Miss Owen, 82. Capt. Brooke and Miss Beers, 82

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