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HOLYHEAD v. LLANDUDNO.

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HOLYHEAD v. LLANDUDNO. Decisive. Win for Holyhsad. (By "Cybi.") These teams mot on Saturday at the Holy- head Oval in a North Wales Coast League fixture. The visitors eurrived lato with the re- sult that the game did not commence until 3.45 p.m. Although there appeared to be a rtecord attendance of spectators, yet, if the game had star tod at 3 p.m., the advertised time, undoubtedly the number would have been considerably larger. By the time the game was concluded both the players and spectators woro in semi-darkness. The homesters had to do without the services of Ellis, who, tempted by the Bangor Committee, had described hie own team in ordor to assist the Bangor Combina- tion. Space took his place, and played a grand gamo. Dodson also appeared instead of Taylor, who will continue to be a spectator for another fortnight. The climatic conditions were most favourable, but the visitors were entirely outclasse-d and sucoumbed to superior play. Mr Beech, of Rhyl, lined the teams as fol- lows Holyhead: Collier, goal. Space and W. H. Pa.rry, full backs; W. Brown, W. T. Jones, and C. Dodson, half backs; H. Roberts, J. Rowlands, O. B. Edwards, F. Bogue, and H. Brown, forwards. Llandudno: J. Williams, goal; W. Roberts and Lunt, full backs; Jaoob Williams, G. Davies, and Hall, half backs; Alderson, H. D. Roberts, J. E. Williams, Lunt. and W. Owen, forwards. The homesters winning the toss, selected to play down the hill. After the openiaig ex- changes the visitors attacked with great dash, but tiho pressure was soon relieved by Space. The home forwards attacked, Bogue sending in the latter skimmed the crossbar. A foul against son getting the ball. dashed with great epeod up the right, btit collapsed "cfare Parr-f. W. Brown securing the sphere, sent in a long shot into Jim Williams' arms, a scrimmage ensued, Bogue heading against the upright. The at- tack culminated in Roberts being fouled with- in the penalty area. A PENALTY KICK. 0. B. Edwards took the kick, and made no mistake in scoring the first point. The home- sters continued to press, and Jim Villiams had a very anxiious time of it. At last, Alderson secured the ball, and dashed nlojf the line, and oentring accurately to J. E Williams, the latter sent in a stinger which Collier fisted out. H. Roberts ran down 'he right, and foroed a corner which bore no fruitful result. Several corners were conceded by the visitors in t succession. Bogue at last headed the leather into the net. A fine run by the visitors forwards again collapsed in front of the homo baclc, Space pasing the leather to Bogue, the latter syimmed the crossbar. A foul against W. Brown in the home area resulted in J. E. W. Brown in the homo area resulted in J. E. Willian-is sending the leather against the oross- bar. A PLETHORA OF GOALS. The homesters at this period pressed hard, and from a centre by H. Roberts the leather was headed between the uprights by J. Row- lands. In a few seconds, H. Brown soouring along the left, centred to Bogue, who utterly Qweated Jim Williams with n lightnng cross! shot. Again in leas than a minute, H. Brown ccntrerl to J. Rowlands, who neutly netted the fifth point for the homesters were now all over the visitors, their goal. being absolutely bombarded. Edwards, Biown* Rowlands, and Bogue only missing by inches. At last, W. Owen emergod from the ruck, and dashed up the left and centreing to J. E. Williams a scrimmage ensued, Collier fisting out, someone then committed a breach of the rules, and the visitors were awarded a penalty kick, J. E. Williams was entrusted with the move, and he sent the sphere out of Collier's reach, scoring the only point for the "Tudinoitcs." At half time the scoro was Holyhead 5, Llandudno 1. Play having boon resumed, the homes tore attacked, H. Brown sending the leather be- hind. An attack by. the visitors resulted in W. Owen shooting over the crossbar. The venue them changed, Bogue sending in a crusher. Jim Williams fisted out when 0. B. Edwards dashed up and netted the leather. H. Brown was at this period responsible for some fine moves. A da,sh by the visitors' right resulted in II. D. Roberts testing Collier, who easily cleared. H. Brown securing the leather, controo to Bogue, who mias.ed bv inohesr H. Brown again got hold of the ball, and sent in a long accurate shot which utterly defeated the visi- tors' custodian. The homesters now. as throughout the game, proved their superiority. A centre from II. Brown to Bogue resulted in the latter scoring the 8th goal for Holyhead, amidst wild enthusiasm. O. B. Edwards fol- lowing the leather, shot from nearly opposite tho goal post and nearly soored. From this period to the end the game was played i.n semi darkness, the homesters appeared to be attacking strongly. The gamo resulted as fol_ lows — Holy haad 8, Llandudno 1.

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LEAGUE -FIRST DIVISION.

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LEAGUE—SECOND DIVISION.

LAST SATURDAY'S MATCHES.I

.THE COMBINATION.I

LAST SATURDAY'S MATCHES.

WREXHAM RESERVE v. BANGOR.

WREXHAM VICTORIA v. RHYL.…

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Second Division.

!NORTH WALES COAST AMATEUR…

I NORTH WALES COAST JUNIOR…

FRIENDLY MATCHES.

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LLANDUDNO w. LLANRWST.

DENBIGH TOWN v. BANGOR RANGERS.

MENAI BRIDCE v. BANGOR RED…

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