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A MEMORABLE FOOTBALL MATCH.

,. THE COMBINATION.

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THE COMBINATION. BANGOR v. DRUIDS. At Bangor, in dull weather. The opening ex- changes favoured the home team, and after repeated attempts to score Walter Lewis registered the first point for Bangor, two minutes from the start. The Druids retaliated, the left-wing reaching the Ban- gor defence, but the visiting forwards were very erratic in their final efforts. The home team then pressed, J Arridge nearly scoring from long range. Continuing the pressure, the home forwards had hard lines, Price, the visiting custodian, playing a fine game. Towards half-time, play greatly fluctuated. The greater part of the second part was most uninteresting, the players apparently kicking in an aimless manner, the home forwards being particularly faulty before goal. About twenty minutes after resuming, W Lewis, from a corner kick, placed by John Roberts, headed a second goal for Bangor, whilst towards the close the visiting outside-left scored a splendid goal, the result of an individual effort on his part. The Druids made strenuous efforts to equalise but failed to do so. Result:—Bangor, two goals; Druids, one.

DENBIGHSHIRE AND FLINTSHIRE…

DENBIGHSHIRE AND DISTRICT…

WALES v. SCOTLAND.

——. JUDGE WADDY AND MONEY-LENDERS.

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