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Football Notes. By "SnetAMB." FLINTSHIRE LEAGUE. DIVMIO* I. Goals Pldi Wn. Let. Dm. For Agst. P. Oak Alyn Rovers 14 8 3 3 32 21 19 Buokley Engineers.* 15 8 4 3 36 30 19 Flint United 12 7 2 3 23 15 17 Bnrntwood 12 4 3 6 26 17 13 Mold Town. 12 4 3 6 21 13 13 ,Hawarden Bridge 13 5 6 2 31 27 12 Brymbo Victoria 12 2 6 4 17 24 8 Greenfield 14 2 8 4 24 44 8 Penymynydd 11 2 6 4 13 27 8 Rhyl Victoria, 9 3 6 1 16 20 7 DIVISION II. Goals Pld. Wn. Dst. Drn. For Agsfc, Ps Gwersyilt .#11 9 0 2 42 12 20 Holywell Victoria.. 7 4 1 2 15 7 10 Liverpool Road 18 4 3 1 23 13 9 Queensferry Res. 8 3 5 013 26 6 Hawarden 6 2 3 0 8 8 4 Gaergwrle Viotoria.. 9 1 6 2 7 20 4 Tryddyn 8 1 6 1 6 28 3 RMUIiTB All A GtAWOB. FUWTSHIRB LIAQUJI DIT. I. Mold Town. 2 Rhyl Vies. 0 Oak Alyn. 2 GreeadAld 0 Brymbo 3 Hawardeii B'go.. 1 WaiiSH AXIXKUB Cup-gami-final. Buokley Eniginsers 2 Ragibon I Holyhead Swifts. 1 Aberyetwith. 1 Replayed on Wednesday— Aberystwith 2 Holyhead Swifts. 0 < < Saturday next, on the Ffordd-fer enclosure, Holywell Vice, entertain Liverpool-road, Buokley, in a Div. II. Flint hire League match, the renxlt of whioh, no doubt, will have an effeot on the obampionship.-At Flint, in the senior" com- petition, the "chemical" boys have Penymynydd as visitors. Kick-off, in both instance, at 3.30 p.m. The Flintshire league ladder has again undergone a little change. Oak Alyn onoe more assuming oommaud through their victory over Greenfield. They are now in a strong position, having a superior goal average, and a game in hand, over the Buaklty Engineers.—Rhyl Vies, do not seem to 4 hit it' in this league; they visited Mold, and all through individualism suffered defeat. < < Oak Alyn arrived in Greenfield an hour late, nevertheless they succeeded in playing the game out, time being called about ten minutes after tlU, itA a downpour of rain. In the dosing stages, the Alynites suooeeded in scoring twice, and gained the ooveted two pointa. e < < At Mold, in the Flintshire League, a punctual start was made in the matoh between the Town team and Rhyl Vios. This is praotioaUy a strange thitg to Flintshire league teams, and the spectators seemed surprised upon their arrival to see the game in progress. The ball was set in motion in a heavy downpour of rain; the Vies, having won the toss, took advantage and played with the slope and the rain at their backs. During the first half they pressed, but instead of ahooting often they dallied in front of goal and were continually robbed. From a melee in goal, Mold managed to taka the lead, and maintained it up to half-time. 0 0 0 Daring the seoond half the rain had abated slightly. Rhyl played up wonderfully, keeping the Mold men in their own territory. J. W. Ellis all but acored from a free kick. One of the home half- backs retired owiag to injuries previously received Mold adopting the one baok game. This adoption menaoed the Rhyl attack. Mold made a terrific onslaught upon the Vice. goal, the ball on one occasion travelling across the goal mouth from left to right. The Vios. again ran up, and R. Hughes saored, bnt was adjudged offside. Nearing the close, Mold gained a oorner-kick; MaeFarlaoe plaoed beautifully, a goal being the result. The Rhyl team did not really deserve a beating, still, suoh was the case, Mold maintaining the mastery by two goals to nil. Mr J. S. Jones, Holywell, was the referee. e < The Flintshire team-Buckley Engineers-are again in the final stage of the Welsh Amateur Cup. They are at present holders of the cup, and are likely to retain it on their sideboard for another year. On Saturday last, they beat Ruabon, at Gwersyilt, by two goals to one. • • •

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