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FOOTBALL, TOWYN MEDAL COMPETITION. On Friday the semi-final for the Medal compe- tition was played off on the Sandilands ground, Towyn, before a good number of spectators. The teams were Barmouth and Towyn Wednes- days, and the game resulted in a win for Bar- mouth by three goals to one. On Monday the Barmouth team journeyed to Towyn to play the final match with the Towyn Rovers. The "game was witnessed by a large number of spectators. The following were the teams: —Barmouth: Goal, Morris; backs, E. Price and Gomer; half-backs, E. G. Evans, L. Davies, and W. Lloyd; forwards, J. Jones, B. Pugh, R. O. Jones, P. Hughes, and Lloyd. Towyn Rovers: Goal, W. P. Jones; backs, Gladstone Davies and L. Pugh; half-backs, D. Jones, E. Jones, and vV. Evans; forwards, Geo. Davies, T. Hughes, Alf Lewis, J. F. Edwards, and T. Jones. In the first half the Towyn Rovers played towards Sandilands House, and sliowed some consistent play. Barmouth team defended well, but were soon forced back, and the Rovers dashed forward and scored a goal amidst great cheering from the spectators. After centring the ball the Barmouth team were in full play, and their forwards made a desperate attack upon the Towyn goal, but failed to score. The forwards of both teams played well, and the Towyn boys were evidently not satisfied with their first goal for in a few minutes they managed to score another, making it two goals to nil at half-time. On resuming play it was the Barmouth team's opportunity, and after a short time they were successful in scoring a goal. Barmouth now played in high spirits and made some desperate attacks upon the Towyn goal, but this play did not last long as the Towyn forwards managed to secure and played up the field. A smart shot was sent from the Towyn left wing, which was nicely saved by Morris in goal, who sent the ball down the field..The play now became very exciting, the ball being several times near the Barmouth goal, but they played well, and notwithstanding the attempts made by the Towyn players managed to keep their opponents at a good distance. The game resulted in a victory for Towyn Rovers by two y goals to one. Mr D. Evans acted as referee. WELSH AMATEUR CUP (FINAL). Esclusham 4 Bangor 0 rrH 1: .wr.-f.SfT CJP (FINAL). WREXHAM v ABERDARE. At Wrexham, before 6,000 spectators. Play was evenly cortc, stied in the first half, and the only goal scored fell to Wrexham, Davies beat- ing the Aberdare custodian. Immediately after restarting Owen added a second goal for Wrex- ham, and Griffiths was responsible for a third. Result, Wrexham, three goals Aberdare, none. ST. MARTIN'S CUP (FINAL). WREXHAM VICTORIA v GWERSYLLT. Played at Gwersyllt on Monday, before a good gate. The play was evenly contested through- out. Result, Gwersyllt, two goals Wrexham Victoria one. THE COMBINATION". CHIRK V RHYL.—At Chirk, on Monday, before a holiday crowd, the latter winning by 1 to none. NANTWICH V MIDDLEWICH. — At "Nantwich the homesters out-played their opponents, and won by nine goals to none.



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