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HOLYWELL1 URBAN DISTRICT COUNCIL.

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. PENNANT THE HISTORIAN.

THE. FLINT & DENBIGH"HOUNDS

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REPORTS OF MATCHES & FIXTURES,

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REPORTS OF MATCHES & FIXTURES, THE WELSH JUNIOR CUP SEMI-FINALS played last Saturday resulted as follows :-Quecubferry beat Rhos Robin by 6 goals, to 0, at Buckley Shrews, bury Athletic beat Wrexham Reserve by 4 goals to 2, at Chirk. J B ais» t0 WREXHAM v. Ciainr,Thc-se old rivals met on Wrexham Racecourse on Saturday. The ground was heavy after the recent rain. Wrexham started and about half-an-hour after Pugh headed a Boal for Wrexbam from a corner. Edward Williams equalished for Chirk. A lively game was now l carried on to the end, Wrexham winning a. good game by four goals, to two goals. BANGOR v. LLANDUDNO.—Played at Llandudno in fine weather and before a good gate. Llandudno pressed at the outset, playing a swift passing game and nine minutes from the start Allman soored a beauty for the homesters. Nine minutes afterwards Sam Roberts equalised for Bangor from a free kick. At half-time the score was unchanged. The second half was desperately fought, the final result bein* —Bangor, 2 goals; Llandudno, 1. K CARNARVON V. FLINT.-This league match was played at Carnarvon on Saturday, in the presence of a large crowd. Carnarvon attacked in a spirited manner, and soored amidst great enthusiasm. Flint then pressed, scoring three in quick succession. T. Bartley showing grand form. Before the interval Carnarvon put on two more, and crossed over with three goals each. The second half was a struggle for the two points, both teams playing well and fast. Carnarvon scored, and despite several good attempts 00 the part of the visitors,the final read Carnarvon, 4 goals; Flint, 3 goals. HOLYWELL V. WISTASTON.-Theso teams met in a friendly encounter at Holywell, on Saturday, before a fair gate. The game commenced under favourable ciroumstances, but before the end of the first half rain fell heavily. Holywell figured best at the opening, and scored almost immediately from a corner. T. Jones followed with another. From the centre-kick the visiting forwards ran down with rare dash. and scored. Half-time Holywell led by two goals, to one. Resuming, the game was carried on in a steady downpour of rain which made play uncertain. The homesters scored once.-Final Holywell, 3 goals Wistaston, I goal. HOLYWELL RESERVE v. MOLD REsHitvic. -These teams met at Mold on Saturday last for the return fixture before a meagre attendance. The game from the commencement was very fast and each defence were tried, and it was only after thirty minutes' play that Hugh Williams got one past the home custodian, which was the only point up to half-time. On resuming the visiting forwards soon made traoks for the home goal, and J WiUiams soored the visitors' second goal with a swift ground shot. This point fairly roused the home team in a few minutes Hughes had to succumb to a shot from R North, when five minutes later J Williama increased his team's soore to three. From now to the end of the game the visitors had tbe best of the play but no more scoring was done the final result reading Holywell Reserve 3 goals; Mold Reserve I goal. Mr J B Marion, as referee, gave every satisfaction.

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