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FOOTBALL (Continuation). CARNARVON RESERVE v. LLECHID SWIFTS, Swifts 3 Reserve 2 Played at the Oval, Carnarvon, on Sat; day. Referee Mr J B. Morgan, Port- dit.orwic. lined up the plajers as follows:- CARNARVON RESERVES: Thompson; W. H. Jones and Morton Williams; Ellis Williams, Wni. Hughes (capt.), and Lovell; C. FraiK Lan Jones, Hugh Jones. C. Wilkinson, and W- Land. LLECHID SWIFTS: R. A. Griffiths; W. Jones and Hughio Lewis; J. E. Evans, Tom Owen (capt.), and Tom Jones; T. L. Roberta, E. Lloyd Roberts, Edward Davies, W. Thomas, and Morris Parry. In the Swifts' ranks, R. A. Griffith made his initial appearance since his transfer from Glasin- fryn This was also Hughie Lewis' first appear- itiioo after his re-installation in the League- After pressure by Llechid, T. L. Robertef ran up and centred well, but the opportunity was kxst. Before long", Hugh Jones tested Griffiths who cleared well. Morns Parry centred nioeiy with an overhead kick. Thomas Jones for Liechid. p Un tL- a well. Francis ran down and centred nicely to Dan Jones, who passed the ball on, but Will Jones cleared. Hugh Jones received the ball, and passed to 1.an-d, who sent ever the goal line. T. L. Ro- berta received from Davies, but offside spoilt further progress. Davies received again from the right willig and tested Thompson, who cleared at the expense of a corner. Ellis Williams cleared, and the home forwards put in some delightful combination, and carried the leather to the LLeohid goal, where R. A. Griffith made a splen- did save. Griffiths again rush-ed out and cleared but Land secured the ball, when. W. Jones cleared to touch. The teams at tliifi stage seemed to be very evonly matched, both end being visited in tarn. A foul against Carnarvon enabled tho Swifts to continue their pressure, but T. L. Roberts shot over the goal-line. Morris Parry ran up the left, when Ellis Williams cleared- Dan. Jones fioored the first point for Carnarvon. Hugh Lewis cleared, and Thomas sent in, when Mor- ton punted the baJl down the field. Several corners fell in quick succession, but proved fruit- less. Dan Jones sent in a beautiful shot, which Griffiths succeeded in clearing. Thomas secured and passed to Tom. Roberts, who forced a corner, which Davies headed past the post. T. L, Roberts centred splendid and Davies tried to score, but Thompson cleared. Llechid kept up the pressure, and Thos. Ro- berts sent over. Half-time-: Carnarvon, 1; Llechid Swifts, 0. Llechid opened the second half, and forced a corner, which Lovell cleared, and Wilkin- son centred the leather. Both ends were visited in turn, but Llechid seemed to be attacking stronger, and on two or three occasions they had some good tries for goal, but the home defence prevailed. W. Thomas ran through the home defence, when R. Ll. Roberts scored, but the referee pointed to a free kick for off-side. Llechid still main- tained the pressure. Final Llechid Swifts 3, Carnarvon 2.

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