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FootbalL NORTH WALES COASr LEAGUE. BBSULTS UP TO DATE. Goals. Plvd. Won. Lost. Drn. For. Agst. Pts Flint 12 10 0 2 48 6 22 Llandudno Swifts. 12 9 1 2 41 7 JO Bangor it 4 4 3 2fi 32 11 Holywell H s 6 0 27 25 10 Rhyl 11 3 8 0 21 31 6 •Caledfryn Bangers.. 11.. 2.. 8.. 1.. 8..36.. 5 Bagillt 10 2 8 0 14 41 4 The decision of the League Council, with regard to the last match between these clubs has not yet oome to hand, FLINT V. TRANMBBE Rovicus.-These teams, which will be as follows, will play at Flint on Saturday next., kick-off, 4 o'clock. Flint team :-Goal, R. Jones; backs, T. and J. Lloyd; half-backs, G. Roberta, S. Deane, and J. Prioe forwards, Singleton, Bills, Bartley, Griffiths, and Evans.— Tranmere Rovers:—Goal, Baxter; baoks, J Morgan, and E. Price half-backs, Margrierson, Cray and Rogers; forwards, Williams, Spencer, Bendsley, Smith and Rogers. FLIRT v. CHK8TKJL COIXSOB.—Flint was visited by the Collegians on Saturday last. Both teams were strongly represented. Owing to the inclemency of the weather, there was only a small crowd present. Flint kicked-off, and after an attempt at football, the game was abandoned at half-time, owing to the rain. Flint, I goal College, nil. WBLlB Jumoia Cup FtifAL.-Wrookwardino Wood and Mold Red Stars met at Staosty Park, Wrexham, before 2,099 spectators, in the final of the Welsh Junior Cup. Wrookwardine started the game with a rush, and scored two goals within the first ten minutes, their half-baoks and forwards shooting hard and playing a good combined game. The Stars broke away on several occasions, but their attack lacked sting. At last, after some very determined work, D. Jones soored a good goal for Mold, the teams crossing over with the score unaltered. In the second half the Stars won by four goals to three. DKHBIOH v. HOLYWBLL. The decision of the Subcommittee of the N.W.C. League, with regard to the dispute between the above clubs, is to the effeet "that Denbigh be awarded two pointa. As already reported, the circumstances of the case were, that whilst playing at Denbigh the crowd broke on to the ground, one of the Holywell team being assaulted. The game was broken up, and the visitors walked off the field. Previous to the game the visitors had lodged a protest against the referee, on the gronnd that he was of Denbigh nomination. In the face of these faots, the decision of the Sub. Committee does not meet with general approval, and it is to be hoped that the Council will thoroughly sift the matter before finally adopting the report of th Committee.