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CONWAY v. LLANFAIRFECHAW.

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THE TWO PROGRAMMES.

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LADY ANGLESEY'S WEDDING.

FESTINIOG BOARD OF. GUARDIANS.

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THE KING AT EATON HALL

NORTH WALES WEDNESDAY LEAGUE.

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NORTH WALES WEDNES- DAY LEAGUE. BANGOR MAINTAIN THEIR UNBEATEN RECORD. I I Bangor — 2 Deganwy 1 Played at Bangor, on Wednesday. The appointed referee, Mr Morgan, Llanfair- feclian, did not turn up, and Mr Alex. Hughes, Bangor, officiated in his stead. The teams were:- BANGOR:—T. Owen; Bob Jones and Tal Griffith; Williams, Walford, and Buckland; Hender, H. Gordon Lewis, R. Jones, Pattison, and Sam Poole. DEGANWY:-—J. Jones; J. Hughes and P. Roberts; G. Jones, Johnson, and O. Evans; G. Morris, W. H. Jones, E. Jones, D. Hughes, and G. Owen. Very soon after the game commenced, Bangor were awarded a penalty for "hands," but the goalkeeper saved R. Jones's shot. Jones rushed up, and on the second occasion banged the ball against the post. Bangor continually pressed, but J. Jones brought several clever saves, particularly one from Sam Poole. Eventually, R. Jones scored for Bangor from long range. Then, the Deg- anwy left wiug broke away, and all but scored. Soon afterwards, O. Evans fired a hot shot, which missed by inches. Repeated attacks were made on the Deganwy goal, but Hughes and Roberts were a capable pair of backs. Half-time: Bangor, 1; Deganwy, nil. The first incident of note in the second half was a drive at the Deganwy goal by R. Jones, but the custodian made a fine save, I and directly afterwards he diverted a shot by Pattison. For the first time in the match, the home custodian now had to clear. Quite unexpectedly the visiting front rank sped down the field, and by means of pretty com- bination worked the ball up to the home cus- todian, Owen crashing the ball between his legs into the net, thus equalising the scores. This success encouraged the visitors, who pressed vigorously, and E. Jones nearly scored with a grounder. To all appearance the game was going to end in a draw when in the last few minutes, Poole essayed a shot from long range, and it was successful. Final: Bangor, 2; Deganwy, 1.

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