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CONWAY v. BANGOR RESERVES.…

RHYL v. CARNARVON.

DENBIGH TOWN v. LLANRWST.…

HOLYHEAD v. BLAENAU FESTINIOG.…

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NOTES AND COMMENTS. LLANRWST AND DISTRICT. Undoubtedly tho bettor team won in the Denbigh-L]an.-w~t League match on Saturday, and 3-0 would be a better idea of the run of the game. Tb.ff. Llanrws1- custodian gave a fine exhi- bition, and certainly presented his side from sus- taining a heavy defeat. « Of the backs, Trevor was the best on the field, and his partner also played well. R. T. Wil- liams and C. Haynes were not in their best form, but nevertheless played tohrable football. The heme halves were superior to their opposing trio. Luth Evans was the best of the six, but Gwilym Williams and Jim Edgar gave a capital display. The Llanrwst centre-half gave a good exhibition of the art of stopping ugly rushes. Both sets of forwards combined well, especially the home lot, but the shooting of the visitors was by far better than that of Denbigh. Of the home forwards Dick Morris Evans and Mackereth were the most prominent. The remaining three also played a dashing game. The Llanrwst forwards gave a very good account of themselves, Carter and Chisholme being perhaps the most prominent.

LLANDUDNO AND CONWAY WRINKLES.

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FIRST DIVISION LPAGUE. -.,ro.--7--r\...-'---I!:'"'-.

SECOND DIVISION LEAG E.

THE COMBINATION.

CREWE ALEXANDRA v. CONNAHIS…

NORTH WALES COAST LEAGUE.…

LLANDUDNO AMATEURS V. BEAUMARIS.…

RHYL JOTTINGS. --