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FOOTBALL-

----LEAGUE-FIRST DIVISION.

A GO-AS-YOU-PLEA3E GAME. ■--I

THE "BEAUS" TROUNCE CONWAY.

SECOND DIVISION.

WELSH AMATEUR CUP.

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WELSH AMATEUR CUP. (Fourth Round). THE "CANARIES" VICTORIOUS. PLAYERS MOBBED. (By "Linesman.") Carnarvon 1 Llandudno 0 Fresh from their struggle with Beaumaris on the previous Wednesday in the semi-final of the Welsh Coast Amateur Cup, Carnarvon journey- ed to Llandudno on Saturday in the fourth round of the Welsh Amateur Cup, and at the first time of asking, lait an end to the Amat-eu", career in the competition- Throughout the sea- son, the Amateurs had extremely bad luck in the draws for the various cups, only once being' drawn to play at home, a.nd the Welsh Amateur Cup was their last hope. Saturday's match was witnessed by a large crowd. The teams were as follow.,i:- Llandudno Amateurs: C. Stallard; J. H.Jones and Ilarokl Pearson (capt.); Will. Edwards, Geo- Davids, and W. (Settle) Owen; W. D. iI- Brookes-Evans, Jack Brown, J. E. Wil- liams, and Jimmy Williams. Carnarvon: G. II. Jones; Evan Hughes, a«d Albert Griffiths; J. Griffiths, M. Herbert, and J. Williams; H. H. Roberts (capt.), H. Roberts, Walter Jones, Torn Roberts, and Johnny Jones

"^WHEEZY C OUOHS.

FRIENDLY MATCHES.

CONWAY RESERVES DEFEAT COLWYN…

INTERNATIONAL MATCH.

NOTES AND ~COMMENT.

BEAUMARIS BULLETS.

HOLYHEAD CHIPS.

LLANDUDNO AND CONWAY WHISPERS.

------ENGLAND v. WALES.

NEXT SATURDAY'S FIXTURES.

-__---GOLF.

NEW LINKS AT BALA.

ABERSOCH GOLF CLUB AND INTOXICANTS.

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