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Foetball, BANGOB v. RHYL.—This proved all interesting league match, and attracted a numerous crowd to Rhyl ground, where it was played off. After an exciting game, Bangor won by 3 goals, to 1 goal. MIDDLETON v. NHwi!owri. -Theme teams met at Middleton on Saturday in the Third (Qualifying) Round of the English Cup, the game ending in favour of the homekiters by three goals to nil. DRUIDS v STOCKPOBT COUNTY. This Third (Qualifying) Round of the English Cup was played at Ruabon on Saturday. After a most exoiting game the Druids won by thr,.¡e goals J to two. II MOLD RED STABS V. CBEVE COPPENIA.LL.- This Welsh Junior Cup ti9 was played at Mold last Saturday, when the Crewe team who played much I the better game, where victorious by 3 goals, to 1 goal. WBBXHAM V. OSWBSTBY.—At Wrexham Race- course, these teams met in a friendly matoh. The weather was beautiful, and the giuund in grand I condition. A good game ceded, to the oredit of Wrexham, by 5 goals, against Oswestry 2 goals. LLANDUDNO RESEHVB V. FLINT SWIFTS. This match in the Welsh Junior cup was played at Llandudno, before a large gate. The visitors played a creditable game, and only just got beaten by a goal, the final result being Llandudno Reserve, i goals; Flint Swifts, 4 goals. After the match ¡' the visiting team was entertained to tea by Mr J. J. Marks. CHESTEB COLLEGE V. HOLYWBLL RESERVE. —On the College ground on Saturday, before a Bmall crowd, these reserve teams indulged in a friendly. The visitors played with plenty of dash, and completely ran away with tho game, eventually winning hy goals to nii.—For the visitors M. I winning by$goals to nii.—For tbe visitors M. Roberts, Goodwin, and Matthews played a really splendid game. BUOKLKY Toww v. TBANMBBK ROVUBS.—This tie in the English Cup was played at Buckley, before a large attendance. The visitors came short of Douglas, and started with ten men, but the full team was soon made up. The home side had the advantage of the incline, aud tested the Rovers' { defence. A grand shot just missed the Rovers' goal. The home team maintained the upper hand, and finally won by two goals, to nil, I ABBBYSTWYTH V. WELISH.POOL.-At Aberystwyth, in the Welsh league competition, a capital game was witnessed. Welshpool kioked-off uphill, but the home forwards quickly drove them back, and a j series of attacks on the Welshpool goal followed. J The home forwards, however, thot badly, and for j about twenty minutes failed to find an opening. Thrca goals were put on in a very short time, after | about twenty minutes failed to find an opening. Thrca goals were put on in a very short time, after | the net was otoe disturbed by the home forwards, Final result :-Aberystwyth, 4 goals; Welshpool, 1 goal. I

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