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LLANDUDNO AMATEURS v. CREWE…

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RESULTS AT A GLANCE.

LEAGUE-FIRST DIVISION.

LEAGUE-SECOND DIVISION.

THE COMBINATION*.

BANGOR v. CREWE ALEXANDRA…

WORTH WALES COAST LEAGUE.

HOLYHEAD SWIFTS v. BANGOR…

;,DENBIGH v. LIAMRWST,

RESTARTING WITH A CLEAN SHEET.

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HOMESTERS OPEN THE SCORING.

FRIENDLY MATCHES,

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FRIENDLY MATCHES, CONWAY v. ALUMiNiUSVJ WORKS r.C. THE "BLUES" WIN THEIR OPENING GAME. (By "Linesman ). Cc,nway 9 goal S. Aluminium Works 0 goals. Conway signalised the opening of their season by defeating a team representing' the Dolg'ar-rog Aluminium Works, in a friendly fixture, to the tuno of 9 0. Notwithstanding the friendly nature of the game, there was a goodly crowd present. In the unavoidable absence of tho genial "Uncle" Lloyd, Mr Robert Jones, secre- tary of the Conway Club, acted as referee. Many familiar faces were absent from the Ccaiway ranks, induding W. J. Jones, who per- formed so well at centre half-back last season, Between the sticks, Edge, a newly-secured play- er \10 hails from Chester, made his first ap- pearance. The backs were the identical pair who did service last season. In the haJf-back line, Skipper Bob Owen undertook the centra I IV,Itl<),Tl, with J. Hughes, a Deganwy player, on his right, and Wilson, tho erstwhile veteran, on his left. An experimental front ilank did exceedingly well, as the score testifies. teams were as follows:- C. mway: Edge, goal; Tom Jones and O. Ellis, bcu-ks; J. Hughes, Bob Owen (oapt.) and Wilson, hall-backs; Evans, Jones, Sa,ni Parry, Llewelyn Roberts and Will Stone, forwards. Aluminium Works F.C. Fret). Birkett, goal; Wrill Roberts and W. Evans, backs; Owen Jones, Tal. Hughes and W. Tudor, ha K-backs; G. King. W. Wini.at.s, W. Lovell, Evan Jones and Jonathan Jones, forwards. Conway won the toss, and the visitors faced the suri. The visitors at cnce invaded the home territory- but Torn Jones sent the hall down field. Sam Parry received, and sending <;n to I Jew. Roberts, enabled that player to teat Birkett. hollowing this "Novv" Elhs was called upcn to clear, and succeeded. W ill Stone was next prominent, but he sent over the bar. Skipper Owen then served to Sam Parry, who put past Birkett, a.nd the "Blues" were two ahead in the first flv\) minutes of the game. After that there was no stopping them. They were all over t.ho Aluminiuui men. Once they did get going, but Hughes cleared nicelv, and 011 another occasion a "hands" spoiled their chance. It was not long' before Conway added a third goal, Sam Parry finding é¡e net as t.110 •result of a nice centre by Evans from the right. Before the interval arrived, the homo forwards had rushed tlie ball through once more, thus re- cording their fourth point. Half-time: Con- way 4, Aluminium Works, 0. Resuming play, Conway c,iicl, more assumed the aggressive, and the second half was not manv minutes old before Bob Owen registered the fifth goal. After a few midfield exchanges tho "Blues" again got g<oing, and a shot from the home left sent the leather across the goal- mouth, and Eva.ns rushing in from the right made no imistake. Jonathan Jones, the visit- ing outside left, hereabouts had an opportunity, but Hughes spoiled his prospects. Tom Jones was now amongst tno forwards. A corner for Conway seemed likely to materialise, but Sam Parrv headed over the bar. The homesters were won again vigorously attacking, and D. Jones drove t,he leather past Birkett. Tom Jones had several grocd tries, once hitting the crossbar, and at length he found the net with a fine shot. Will Stono added two more, both the result of clever individual efforts, and the whistle blew with Cc.nwav victors by nine clear goals. Final result: Conway 9, Aluminium Works 0.

LLANRWST ALBIONS v. PENRHIWARDWR…

BANGOR CHIT-CHAT.

COLWYN BAY CLiPPINGS. ---

CONWAY CHATTER.

DENBIGH v. LLANRWST.

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