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LLANDUDNO AND CONWAY WRINKLES.

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LLANDUDNO AND CONWAY WRINKLES. An exciting game was witnessed at Llandudno on Saturday. • Beaumaris have made a brilliant advent into the North Wales football arena. They thoroughly deserved their win. » # W. 0. Humphreys, the Beaumaris centre for- ward, was in lino form. 0 0 The visitors had an admirable custodian, who is fully on the alert, and keeps cool, and collected throughout the game. • » » « The visiting defence were strong and tackled well. w The Beaumaris forwards were smart on the ball, and had the advantage in lleotnesa over their opponents. Bellwood and R. Humphreys form a oapaide right wing, and it was owing to their work tlhat one of the goals was netted for Beaumariei. • • • • Hugh Rowlands's shots several times foaled to reach the mark. « « William Morgan Jones worked hard for his eleven, and he deserved the honour of scoring one goal. He was well partnered by Sam Poole. • • • Holyhead will have a hard nut to crack in the Beaus team. # # The Amateurs fought well for the game. » » » • Habeon, between the etickfe, brought off some fine keyea. » Pearson played a great game, and was cer- tainly the mainstay of the home team. His tackling was a trecut. » » It Johnnie Williams wae on his mettle, and treated the spectators to two or three of his typical sprinte. A Beaumaris partisan declared he was the beet man in the home team, • » • • About a dozen left Llandudno on Saturday to see the match Everton v. Liverpool. ft It The Conway team lost another couple of points to Bangor on Saturday. » # II » Conway will have to buck up if they mean to attain a respectable poisiition in the League. » • They have their first cup tie with Colwyn Bay on Saturday. • • • • T-hey are going to put in a strong team, and it is rumoured that Joe Williams and Hwfa may play for them. II < Bangor were lucky to win. » • « Ted Owen, in goal, still kept up his reputar tion as a olever "warden of the breaah." # Had it not been for Hwfa, on Saturday, I fancy that a different tale would now be re- lated. As safe as a rock, Hwfa him- self to his own supporters and those of the op- posing team. j He was ably as&isted by J. Owen. • # The halves were a busy trio, but skied the ball fa.r too much. » It should always be remembered by halves that the best way to feed their forwards is along the "carpet," so that the attacking line oan gain command sooner. Joe Williams and H. Davies, on the left, were not up to theix usual form, but then, aft I said before} Tom Jones was ait has best, and thai is a consideration which must not be over- looked. Dick Jones was the hero of the match. His every move spelt experience. No wonder his wing men could make progress. He never mis- placed the ball, and no matter how hard pressed always got out of difficulties. » • It would be interesting to know wihat was the matter with the bad! when Pritchard made three consecutive unsuccessful endeavours to shoot? A good opening was thereby lost. Buit others made mistakes, and the manner in which Prit- chard fed his partner atoned for his. » II » » Hughie Owen, on the right outside, was in fine fettle, and his runs and oentres were the ohief factors in Bangor's viotory.

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SECOND DIVISION LEAG E.

THE COMBINATION.

CREWE ALEXANDRA v. CONNAHIS…

NORTH WALES COAST LEAGUE.…

LLANDUDNO AMATEURS V. BEAUMARIS.…

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