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FOOTBALL JOTTINGS.

WELSH JUNIOR CUP.

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WELSH JUNIOR CUP. SECOND ROUND. CORWEN v BALA PREss.-These teams met at Corwen on Saturday to play in the second round of the Welsh Junior Cup. In the first round Corwen had beaten Dolgelley by two goals to one, Bala having a bye. The weather was beautiful, but the ground, owing to the recent frost, was a bit slippery. Bala won the toss and decided to play down the field, with the sun at their backs. After the game had been" in progress for about five minutes, Tom Hughes opened the score for the visitor* wibii good low shot. Following this success both teams played a dashing game, and the Bala custodian had to fist out on two or three occasions, which he did marvellously. In the last 15 minutes of the first half the visitors again scored two more goals, and the interval arrived with the score-Bala Press, three goals; Corwen, nil. In the second half the visitors again pressed, playing a good combination game, and the defence worked admirably, the goal- keeper having only a couple of shots to deal with. The final result was- Bala Press, six goals Corwen, nil. It is worthy of mention that Tom Hughes scored five out of the six goals, and R Evans (captain) the other. The referee was Mr George Owen (Chirk), and the linesmen Mr C R Jones (Bala) and Mr D R Morris. Bala Press Goal, T 0 Parry; backs, J W Roberts and D M Davies; half-backs, J W Leary, R H Williams, and J H Lloyd forwards, T Hughes, E L Edwards, R Evans (captain), D B Roberts, and Ted Jones. +

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