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Football. BANGOB T. LLANDUDNO SWIFTS.-Thi. important tie in the first round of the North Wales Coast cup resulted in a draw of one goal each. RnYL AMATBUBS RHSBBVB were to have played a friendly match at Holywell against Holywell Res. last Saturday, but as they only brought five players with them they partook in a practioe game, with the Holywell team. An enjoyable afternoon was spent but it is to ba hoped a better fulfillment of the fixture will be insisted upon. DRUIDS v. FriNT.-This Welsh euptie was pliyed in Wyncstay-park, Ruabon. The weather was dull and foggy. The first portion of the game was in favour of the home team, and they scored five goals very lapidly. During the second half the Druids played more on the defensive, as one of their players was inj ured in the early part, but succeeded in adding a sixth goal. Final: Druids, 6 goals; Flint, nil. DRAW WBLSH JUNIOR CUP.-The draw in the third round of the Welsh Junior Cup resulted as follows:—Division I: Llandudno Swifts or Rhyl Town Reserves v. Bangor Reserve; referee, Mr Meczies, Carnarvon, Division II: Stanley Villa (Rhosddu) v. Wrexham Old BOJs; referee, Mr W. II. Cjtton, Rhostyllen. Division III: Erddig Al lion v. Rhos Eagle Wandererd; referee Mr W. P. Jonc, Ruabon. Division IV: Newtown Reserve v. Singlet)n and Oolet; referee, Mr J. H. Williams, OJW<stry. Fi -at named olub have ohoice of ground. Ti h to be played on or before January 8tb. Kiok. off 2 30 p.m. CARNARVON IBONOPOLIS V. RHYL.—Following np their succesj against Holywell the previous week, Carnarvon entered the areaa t) opp s Rhyl with every confidence, and the result ehows that their confidence was not misplaced. The Oval was well pitronised, and quite an enthusiastic crowd witnessed the match. Th 1 bone team pressed continuously aod during tha first hdf-hour scored three goals. Rhyl afterwards found an opening. Half-time the home team led th-ee to one. The both teams now commenced a hard struggle but at the call of time Lo ther ttana bad impro>ei its position, the final being Carnarvon, 3 goals Rhyl, 1 goal. RHTL AMATEURS BEAT HOLYWELL; The only match in the Nor h Wales League, last Saturday, was between Rhyl Amateurs and Holywell at Rhyl; the other teams being engaged in oupties. Holywell and Rhyl were poorly represented, au4 UQ particular ohoioe could be made of either side. At times the passing of the visitors was good, but their final efforts were a!mcst always charged down, but for the rest of the game it was altogether of an uninteresting character. -Holy well won the toss. Rhyl opened, and scored three goals in the first half whilst Holywell added one goal to their credit. Throughout the second half Holywell pressed, and netted the ball twioe, one point was disallowed, however, the referee alleging he did not see it. —Final: Rbyl, 3 goals Holywell, 2 goals. NORTH WALES COAST LEAGUE. RESULTS UP TO DATE. Goals „ PWLDFAPw Rhyl (Town) 5 3 1 1 6 6 7 Llandudno S. 4.. 3..1..0.. 9 4 6 Bangor 3,, 2..1..0., 8 2.. 4 Rhyl (Amat.) 3.. 1..2..0.. 4 11.. 2 Holywell 3 0 2 1 6 7 1 Carnarvon. 2.. 0 2 0 1 3 0 Saturday's Matohes Wrexham v. Holywell. Monday's matohes Birkeohead St. John's v. Holywell Reserve. Holywell v. Crewe Celtic.

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