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FOOTBALL. NEWTOWN FOOTBALL CLUB.—The general annual meeting of the members of this club was held at the Lion Hotel, Nowtown, on Thursday evening the 8th instant. Iu the unavoidable absence of the president, Mr Cornelius Morgan, Mr Clement Riy occupied the chir. The rules of last year were again adopted. Mr I Edward Powell, solicitor, was elected president, Mr Charles D. Tay, captain, rvir W. H. Ansel], treasurer, and Mr Charles T. Davies, ro-elected secretary. The following gentlemen were elected on the committee :— Messrs Martin Wo^snam, Edward Morgan, Clement Ray, Ben Weall, Charles Morgan, H. S. Edrnond, W. (x. Edwards, Hampshire Buckley, W. W. Woosnam, Edward Oliver, and Henry Hibbott. The club have decided to join the Welsh Association, and will commence play at an early date. GROSVENOR FOOTBALL CLua (WREXHAM).—The mem- bers of this club held their annual meeting on Monday last to appoint the officers for the coming season. The following were carried unanimous :—T. Jones, captain E. Hopkins, vice-captain T. Cafferky, secretary; F. H. Jones, treasurer committee, J. Lea, W. Price, R. Parry, G. Thomas, J. Grant, B. Penlington, J. Pickering, and W. Jones. It was agreed that the club this year enter for the Welsh Challenge Cap. DRUIDS FOOTBALL CLUB-AMETEUR ATHLETIC SPORTS. The second annual meeting of the Druids Football Club Athletic Sports took place in Plasmadoc Park, (by the kind permission of Mr G. H. Whalley, M.P.). The following gentlemen gave their names as patrons :—Mr Geo. O. Morgan, M.P., Cipt. Cowen, Mr J. C. Edwards, Trevor Hall, Mr Edward Evans, Bronwylfa, Mr G. Hampden Whalley, Mr Geo. Thomson, Penybryn Hall, Mr Geo. Edwards, Trevor House, and the Rev E. W. Edwards, Ruabon. Among the company, which was not so large as the preceding year, we noticed Mr May- nor Thomson, Miss Thomson, Mis Howard and children, Penybryn Hall, Mr Smythe, Plaskynaston Tube Co., Mr Geo. Edwards, Trevor House, Mr Ll. Kenrick, Wynn Hall, Dr Grey, Newbridge, Mr Thomas Jackson, Ruabon, Mr Watt, Ruabon Grammar School, Messrs Jones, Llanerchrugog Hall, Mr Rawlins, Wrexham, the Misses Powell, Acre House, Miss Edwards, Delph, Mr S. John- son, Wrexham, Mr J. W. Cooper, secretary to the Welsh Football Association, Mr Murless, Wynnstay Arms, and Mr E. Edwards, Ruabon. The weather was very favourable. The prizes were chiefly broDzs and silver medals, cups, and various articles of jewellry. The following articles were given—silver cup (very hand- some) from Mr Geo. Edwards, Trevor House, two medals Officers of 2nd R.V., two medals from Mr Rawlins, Wrexham. The. band of the 9th Denbighshire R.V. played several selections during the sports. Much praise is due to hon. secretary, Dr Grey, who has worked very energetically to make the sports a success. Mr R. E. Lythgoe ably assisted. Mr S. Johnson made a good judge Mr Cooper was starter. The following were the stewards-Mr W. Rawlins, Wrexham. Mr Ll. Ken- rick, Wynn Hall, Dr Grey, Newbridge, Mr R. E. Lyth- goe, Pontsvcyllte judge, Mr S. Johnson, Wrexham starter, Mr Cooper, Wrexham. The following is the programme which commenced at about 2 p.m. 440 Yards Flat Race (confined to members). Four ran—1, E. Bowen; 2, R. E. Lythgoe. Throwing Cricket Ball. Five competitors—1, T. Berriugton 2, H. Jones 3, Richards. Football Competition-I, Ketley; 2, C. Taylor; 3, Lythgoe; 4, Grey 5, Burnett. 440 Yards Boys' Race (under 15 years)-I, Harriss; 2, Roberts; 3, Hollyoak. High Jump—1, James Davies, 4ft. lOin.; 2, Edwin Thomas, 4ft. 9in. 120 Yards Race (confined)-I, E. Bowen; 2, J. Nicholls.— Time, 11 seconds. Throwing Hammer—1, R. Crosap; 2, W. Pryce. 440 Yards Hurdle Race—1, F. Williams 2, C. S. Thorne. Putting Shot—1, Johnson; 2, Crosse. 120 Yards Flat Race—1, Shone; 2. E. A. Williams. Bicycle Race, One Mile Handicap-Mr Charles Taylor, Ruabon Grammar-school, only competitor. Three-legged Race-1, Shone and Farmer; 2, Crosse and Lythgoe. Two-mile Walking Competition—1, E. Williams; 2, J. E. Norman. One-mile Flat Race—1, J. Nicholls: 2, C. S. Thorne. Nicholls was mounted shoulder high, and carried in triumph around the course, headed .by the baud, and was presented by Mrs Howard, of Penybrjn Hall, with a handsome cap, the gift of Mr George Edwards, i revor House. Mr Kendrick, Wynn Hall, expressed the thanks of the Druids' Club to Mr George Edwards for the gift, and said that at all times Mr Edwards's liberality camc to the front in any movement in the district (loud applause). Half-mile Steeplechase (confined)-l, Bowen; 2, Nicholls. Long Jump—1, F. Williams; 2, Ed. Thomas. The programme concluded with a very laughable farce, Tug of war," open to all comers.

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