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WREXHAM. FOOTBALL CLUB.—ANNUAL MEETING.—The annual meeting of the Wrexham Football Club was held in the Assembly room, High street, Wrexham, on Friday night, the president (Mr. F. W. Soames) in the chair. The chairman congratulated the club on the success which attended their efforts last season, and expressed the hope that during the ensuing season the club would be even more successful financially. The play of the eleven was very excellent, and at all times was characterised by good, honest football, and not by any rough play (hear, hear). He was glad to hear that the majority of the old team had signed on, and that they had also signed on some very promising players. He concluded by suggest- ing that more players should be secured than last year, and so increase the club's playing resources.—Mr. T. P. Jones-Parry then pre- sented the balance-sheet for the past year. The receipts amounted to J6429 16s. 5d., and the expenses to JE361 6,S. 5d., shewing a profit on the year's working of JE68 IDs. All the old debts of the club have been paid off, which left an overdraft at the bank of £47 15s. 2d. They h ad to remember that there was still hanging over their heads the balance of the debt into which the old club had run, and he urged the mem- bers to be unflagging in their energies to make the ensuing season a success. The report was unanimously adopted. The Welsh Association medals were then presented to the players who composed the team that beat Newtown in the final tie for the Welsh Cup. Mr. Soames was re-elected president of the club. The old com- mittee was re-elected, and several gentlemen were added thereto. Mr. Harold Davies, secretary of the Wrexham Old Boys' Club, said it was their ambition to become the second team of the Wrexham Football Club. It was decided to hold a meeting between representatives of the former club, and the committee of the latter, with a view to that suggestion being put into practice.

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