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CARNARVON UNITED v. COLWYN…

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CARNARVON UNITED v. COLWYN SAY. UNITED GO UNDER. Before a good crnvd at the Oval, Carnar- von, on Saturday, :], cold but dry weatiier, the a.iJ.Ù".O teams met to fulfil a North Wales Coast League fixture. The following players lined up under tho control of Mr J."koberts, Bangor.- Carnarvon Uiiiced: G. 11. denej, goa.1; Evan Hughes and J. Trevor Wiliiaans, backs; Hugh. Wiiiiami?, J. ilLanis, and R. Hugh Wilnanis, hahe R. Williams, C. Boh anna, Hughie Roberts, Tom Roberts, anke Johnny Jones (oaiptam), forwards. Uolwyn Bay: C. Hall wood, goal; Jones and T. McCann (oapt.), backs; Ne-d Grifiitus, '1'. Welling*, and J-onn Wiiliajns, halves; Moes Stame> Hug nee, Jacis Owen, Walter parry, and 11. Siii.tn, fcirwards. Colwyn Bay. playing against the wind, start- ed with a ru.su, b .t, were quickly gent to the right-about. In the oiieuing stages of the ganie Kvan Hughes, Carnarvon, was touled, and a froo kick was awarded the homesters, who flwoTjped down on the visiting delerice, the final eHlin caiding hig-h over the bar. bm/ith for the visitors, next took up the running, all raced along the left, but ho was "on:j checked by J un 'lVovor, frojn Y. -) foot the txili travelled at a quick rate until it reached Bohanna, who shot wide. Ilngii Roberts tcariarvoii) next made his presence felt, and landed a splcnuid phot jiust abovo tl.o cross-bar. Ding-dong play followed, and Carnaron at this I)eiiod not al- lowing lor the strong wind, shot high and wide. Before Jong Johnny Jones 'rom Robert3 executed a fine bit of taokling, and the former delivered a. shot which missed the billet by inches only. Sh.nlly after ;1!i, :\1" Jc-acs received the i I., an 1 prepared for one of his llws, when he aecidentally —.ceived a kick, wmch ncoessitated the stopping d trie game for a few ^conds. R. If. Williams some neat work, and punsod 1..0 -J. who 1,21 a shot which eaihd forth Hallwocd's test erlarts to save, and he conceded a wrner. This was cleared only to be followed by a raid on tfn visitors' territory, which ended with an extremely high shot from T"ni Roberts a few yards from goal. From tho ensuing goal kick Moss Jones, gaining pos- session, r iced along the right at a U rrific rate, a^kd swept the bull across to Stanley Hughes, THE BAY SCORE. wtho kicked to the hoiue cistodian's Lands, from whence it dropped' into goal, thus opening the score for 'ho Bay in about 20 m;nutes. The ball was once more put in motion by Carnar- von, who raced along and conceded a corner. This was partly cleared, and Evan Hug1 ties suddenly nipped in between two of the visi- tors, and scored Uie equalising goal with which Ha!!wood had not the slightest -chance. In- spired by this bit of relaying, colwyn Bay press- ed, and one of the forwards was foulded within the dreaded area. MoCann toolc the penalty, and sent wide. The next, run ended in J. Jones grazing the cntsido of tho post with a rasping shot. Infringements of the rules were now pretty frequent. Just before half- bimt) Jim Trevor Williams was kicked oil the knee, and he was obliged to leave the field. JIalf-tinie: Carnarvon 1, Colwyn Bay 1. Carnarvon re-started with ten men, full ot vim and heavily pressed, ant. experienced hard lines in no-t scoring on two occasions. Iu about a it),art-er of an hour Stanley Hughes inking- advantage of the weakness in tho defence, found the net. for the homesiers v. iih a tamo shot. From this onwards Colwyn Bny did all the pmseing, with the exception eta few rushes hy left wing-, whose passes to the right, almost everyone, went abepging. About ten minutee from tir.ie up R. M7illiani.s roused Clio hopes of the Carnarvon supporters by a run en right, v>I*ich terminated tamely. At this stage Joihn W Üham.q,- CohrYn Bay, fouled Bohanna, and a rash was made on the visi- tors from the free kick, and ia the course Ot tho Tom Rcberts aecCdcntally kicked H dhvood in the face, neeet?sitatiiig a. sfoppace ot a few minutes. With Colwyn Bay prey ing- hard a poor game encbd with the score read- ilig GoJwyn Bay 2, Carnarvon 1.

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