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FOOTBALL.

: FOOTBALL.

LEAGUE-SECOND UIVISION-

THE COMBINATION.

BANCIOR v. CONNAHSQUAY.

-------------RHYL v. WHITCHURCH.

-----------NORTH WALES oG…

--------DENBIGH TOWN v. CARNARVON…

FESTINIOG v. LLANDUDNO.

NORTH WALES COAST LEAGUE.

NORTH WALES WEDNESDAY LEAGUE.

-------------..---------_u----NOTES…

BANGOR CHIT CHAT,

.. LLANDUDNO AND CONWAY WRINKLES.…

ENGLISH LEAGUE TEAMS AT RHYL,

------------------FISHING.…

NORTH WALES JUNiOR CUP.

WELSH AMATEUR CUP.

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WELSH AMATEUR CUP. (FOURTH ROUND.). HOLYHEAD v. BRYMBO. THE IiaME-STERB DEFEATED. Iloilvhead, after playing .several away matches, met Brym'ho Victoria in the fourth round for the Welsh Amateur Cup, at the Oval, Holyhead, on Saturday. Tho wc-a,her wao anything but ideal for good football, and the condition of I ho ground was not conditschro to cither team shOoN- itiig their ,bc.,t. The. homester^ feit confident ci a win. aithowg-h <the.ir opponents itad un un- brciken record, bust their ihcapes were not i-eal- i.ed, ar.d they experienced their first defeat on their own ground this seapon. The teams were as foillcwi?; — Holyhead.— ('oilier; Par.ry and C-or.kn; Tay- lor, Jones, arid E'ilis; R. Jomco, Rowiande, 0. n. Ed'Aa.rdiv B.rciwn, and) J. J one?. Bnymbr?.—Math'as; D. P. D. E. A. Roberta, J. It road, and W. Prince; W. Archer, S. Wffi-sanns. M. Rowlands. T. H. T t* ard J. Albert Jon.es. Referee: Mr John Rdberts, Bangor. Tho rteten won the tc¡,, and <feeid'ed>o rÙIY up the eiopo. Tlia five minutes was most u.:u.ere-iviii;g, both sidta dom-g exeellenit work, and tho custediar.j finding plew-y Oo do. After tho heme gotf had ¡1>Doen bomibaidetl, t'he ball was eerji. well down: the firM. J. Jonas gaining pas- session J'o btlfi..iLti!ul 6hot which however fet.iiuek t'he po -t Prom the rebound, it was «?u>t out cf play Rawkir.Jo and Jones were again vvsbiwn uastaU of the net, hut before they had an c<ppor*un.ty of scoring a pemfey waa al- leged a^in-'t th-e vUtor. Conlan took the kick winch had the proper effect, thus -iconng trie fipjt gcaa. Choer after cheer was given by the e-pee.:ato;r.», but in lees than a minute the Visitons snowed clearly that they were not in the leaat cia-iirit^d, a-rd with a flno rush and b^n jiKbgrment they scored an equalising' goal, 'lho KOLT H?jM> SAY 5 CP.PBYF- TO THE- CVP BUT BWfrWO STILL. HAMGS erf exeiicmeriit grew intonee. tyu-t l:<aJf-t-sme arrived without any timber «rx»ring. After the j-e4f,ta;rt, Holyhead played w ith more vigour, am-d Mathias had as mucii aa he oouid do to prevent them scoring. A le?s aihlo player would ha-vo 'baffled, but Mathias metro t,lvm eaved' whaih would he vo been oertaia goab. Tho visitors put more eipirit iwto their riay, •and the ball was taker, down t.he field, and it ibeeaime OoSier'ts turn to -defend. At this fctage it. looked) as 'if the gamo would end in a draw, such was nci the fee.mester./ htck. The leather was eigaiii in the viaitors' quarfera, and the Holyhead players followed it up. Tiiia wan Br-yrnllho 0; chanee, and they took a-dvantcigo ot it, and nuched the field at great pace''Fro ■.homest.cra couid' net folllow, a.nd the result was that Bry.irJoo fieored. In le;?? than a, minu'e, j and within a few .mintticss of the ei.-id, I hey at-'ain j Beared. Fiiwil: 3rymbo, three goals; MylyJtead, one. Alithouigh Holyhead were defeated or. Saiur- ciay they are t-iJi seeand OIl the list with a match tin hand. Of the two ta,nlli, it must 1. fa-id tint Brymiba could give HoCyhca.d peini;?. On tho hame side, Brown, J. Janets, ..r:d J. Row- lands wero the most conspicuous. Reber.i?, ulio pfjayed well for Holyhead diuring the e:oa«c»n> was not in the team Xor tliis match, R. C. Jwiitt taking his plaeo. _Å-

FOOTBALL FlX'rUi.ES.

JHUNTING,

---FLINT AND DENBIGH HUNT…

.--MOTORING.

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TOTATO DISEASE IN NORTH WALES

---WHOOPING COUGH EPIDEMIC.

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