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FOOTBALL ffOTES. S'jSMI-FINAL TIE—BEAU1 CARIS V, BANGOR ATHLETIi 3, A third attempt to play off this tie in the North- em Welsh Challenge Cup Com petition was made at Rh" last Saturday, the Rev. I IC. Tudotr Owe qt kind- ly londing his ground for the occasion. Thl ve was a good attendance of specta tors. :Bangor lucked off ad immediately assumed the offe nsive, bu t the Beaumaris backs oleared f pr a time, ti he Bansjor/ans returned to the charge an. i sent in a hot shot from the oentre, which the opp( tsing goal-I ceeper clevoi-ly .t. Beaumaris then pressed in turn, keeping their opponents hard at i)rork defend ing their goal Ie" some time, Owen on the right-w ing putting tn eon. good work, but the final shot& were very wide and O'Connor missed one. or two goo d chances. A oorner to Bangor follow red an d the) y delivered a sharp attack, and ough t to 'have mored, but ths f'>- ard play was very weak Bean maris again pressed Bangor, and hptd th eir opponents at their mofjy more than one s, br tt the for wards were miserably weak, and all at 8ea at the critical moment. Bangor at last cJ eared their ground and i,Lveded their opponen ts, and kept them hard at wori, several corners bei; 19 given, but the backs did some good work for tfc a besieged and kepi the invaders at bay for soew ;'time, but, just before b.Itif -time, the attack pre. A successful, and Bangor scored. On resuming, B jaumaris, after about ten minutes play« allowed f angor to do just as they lwed with them, and ull imately suffered defeat by five loals to nil. The I )lay on both sides was of a vtry p^r order, and the match a most uninteresting one. 7 ilhyl play of c the final tie with Bangor Atn tic, at V aynol Park, Portdinorwic. The fo) 'owing have b een s» jlected to represent Rhyl — Toal, C. Wrightba cks, R. C. Thompson and A. J. Cripps half-b >ackf T wis ton Morgan (captain), J 0. Vaughan, ai id! I. W. Thompson right-wing, T. Vaughan and Lfe wia Morgan; left-wing, R. igtleii and J. Lc we ce ntre, W. H. Roberts. 0, form displayed by the Athletics last Saturday, If certainly ou jiit to win easily, but I believe Athletic teai a will b\ q materially improved, especially in their back dt'vi.i ion, and their frieuds 'hat Rhyl will have their work cut out for then fthylites most certainly in tend striving might vl main for the co, reted trophYr andwill irot fall into over con fidencg "as they did in the semi- 'ear. Th e team and their frfends will e 1.16 p.1 a. traia IN TOUCH.

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