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Football Notes. By "ZAMBEZI SCOECHEB." NORTH WALES COAST LEAGUE. RESULTS UP TO DATE. Matches Goals rid. Won. Lost. Drawn. For. Ags. Pts Bangor. 7 6 0 1 16 4 13 Flint. 8.. 6 2.. 1 ..21 17 11 Carnarvon.. 10 4.. 4.. 2 20 16 10 Holywell.. 10 3.. 6.. 1 ..14 25 7 Rhyl 8.. 3 to 5 0 ..18 20 6 j Llandudno. 9.. 2.. 5,, 1.. 9 18.. 5 The Rbyl Reserve beat the Rhyl Celts, by two goals, to none. The match between Holywell and Bangor is credited as being one of the most enjoyable events seen at Bangor this year. The visitors played well and were cot so far behind as would appear to be the case from the score. The Inter-League match in connection with the Welsh League, North v South, resulted in a draw of two goals each. m At Flint on Saturday, Llandudno put in an appearance and were accorded a quiet reception. The general behaviour of the crowd was far more creditable than on the preceding week. After a really good game, Flint won by two goals, to nil. Carnarvon played their last league match on Saturday, Rhyl being their opponents. After a fast and exaiting game, Carnarvon defeated their vifitors by three goal-, to nil, and secured third place in the league a performance creditable indeed. < < Not many teams can show such a record as the "Nops" who have established themselves, beyond a doubt, as a football team of heavy calibre and plenty of grit. t iii Easter is coming on apace, and clubs are making strenuous efforts to secure full holiday fixtures. In connection with this, I must say that I am not entirely alone in protesting against the use of Good Friday for the pastime, and long for the time when the associations will step in and reserve both this and Christmas Day to their proper observanoe. REPORTS OF MATCHES & FIXTURES. HOLYWELL RESERVE v. ALLTAMI ROYEBS.—These teams met at Holywell last Saturday in a friendly match, before a fair gate. An amusing game was witnessed. Holywell pressed, but could not score. The Rovers breaking off, left Kenyon hugging the ground, whilst they secured a goal with a brilliant dash. At half-time the visitors led by one goal, to nil. The second half opened tamely, and after bursting two balls the game was abandoned, with twenty minutes to play, the score being unchanged. BANGOR v. HOLYWICLL.-These teams met in the North Wales Coast League at Bangor, on Saturday, before a large gate. Inasmuch as it was Holy well's last match in the league, very little enthusiasm was shown by them, and when the team appeared on the ground it was noticed that they were playing three reserve men. Gordon Jones started for Holywell, who bowled along in champion style, and the Bangor defence was tested. The home right wing worked up a pretty movement and centred well, C Jones heading in. Bangor pressed for a time, and succeeded in hampering the Holywell backs so much as to cause R Jones to kick through his own goal. Half-time Bangor, 2 Holywell, nil.—Opening the last half. both teams played excellent football, and were evenly matched. Holywell gaining a slight advantage from a free kiok scored. Bangor discounted the point by adding one for themselves she rtly after, and won a hard game by three goals, to nifT

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