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Football Notes. By "ZumEZI SCOBCHEB." NORTH WALES COAST LEAGUE. RESULTS UP TO DATE. Matches Goals Pld. Won. Lost. Drawn. For. Age. Pts Baitgor 4.. 4.. 0.. 0.. 11 2.. 8 Holywell.. 6 3.. 2.. 1.0 12 10 7 Flint 3.. 2.. 0.. 1.. 7 3.. 5 Rhyl. 5.. 2.. 3.. 0.. 10 10 4 Carnarvon.. 6. 0 I 4.. 0.. 512 2 Llandudno. 5 to 1 to 4 to 0.. 4 12 to 2 Fixtures:-Rhyl v Flint, Holywell v Llandudno Swifts, on the first-named ground. < Dobshill Rovers disappointed Holywell for the second time this season, on Saturday last. Scoh conduct ought to be reported to the parent Council, when the offenders would be meted their deserts. < A peoularity, is the fact that Rhyl and Flint are likely to collide on tbreeconaeoutive Saturdays. The first occasion was the Charity Cup, at Flint, last Saturday, when Flint secured a victory. The next will be in the league championship at Rhyl and Flint respectively. Talking about the Charity Competition Some little while ago I heard it rumoured that the Management Committee bad a small balance to dispose of to some Charitable Institution, of about ;610. If it has not already been disposed of, I would recommend the Flintshire Dispensary, as a most deserving oharity. The only league match on Saturday was between Bangor and Carnarvon, at Bangor. The visitors played hard and fast, whilst the homesters kept up a steady speed, eventually winning by two goals, to none. Bangor, as yet, have an unbeaten record, and on Saturday they go to Wrexham to meet Newtown in the semifinal tie of the Welsh Cup. That Bangor will win, I have no doubt, as they do not play a football game-to be admired-but to win. The Newtown team have a oonfidenoe in themselves that may suprise us, but that will not count for much against Hampshire's Welshmen," who have the superior weight. e The draw for the Welsh Junior Cup semi-finals resulted as follows: — Shrewsbury Athletio v. Wrexham Reserve or Wrexbam Old Boys, at Oswestry; Queensferry Ironopolis v. Rhosrobin Institute, at Buculey. Ties to be played on or before March 7th. REPORTS OF MATCHES & FIXTURES. 03iox v. RHOSTTLLBN.—The tie in the second round of the Denbighshire and Flintshire Charity Cup was played at Chirk. The home team started to press as soon as the ball was in motion, and a one-sided game ended: Chirk, 9 goals; Rhostyllen, 1 goal. WBBXHAM v. RUABON ALBION. This Denbigh- shire and Flintshire Charity Cup tie was played on Wrexham Racecourse on Saturday, in fine weather, and on grand turf. Both sides were thoroughly represented. Hughes put the ball in motion for the home team, and they at once made for the visitors' goal. Wrexham pressed almost throughout, and at half-time led by three goals, to one. The second act was a counterpart of the first, and the final saw Wrexham winners by seven goals, to three, FLINT BBAT RHYL.—The second round of the Denbighshire and Flintshire Charity Cup, played at Flint, last Saturday, developed into a rough game. In the first-half the homesters soored twice, and had by far most of the game their lithe and aotive forwards simply making rings round their somewhat heavier opponents. After the interval, however, a tinge o roughness was displayed by the visitors, one of whom retired hlut. Before tho close both teams scored twine. Final result: Flint, 4 goals, Rhyl, 2 goals.

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