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WELSH JUNIOR CUP.—2XD. BOUND.I

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WELSH JUNIOR CUP.—2XD. BOUND. NEWTOWN RESERVE v. SHREWSBURY RAILWAY OFFICIALS. This cup tie was played at Shrewsbury, on Satur- day last, before a small gate. In the first half the game was very well contested, and both sides had a fair share of the play. Davies scored for the visitors after a nice run by their forwards, and Campion scored for the Officials when he 'was apparently off-side, but the goal was allowed. A short time afterwards the Officials were awarded a penalty kick but failed to make anything out of it, and at half-time the score stood at one each. On changing over the visitors had much the best of the game, and King and Evans who were playing well were responsible for two additional goals. The game thus ended in a victory for the visitors by three goals to one. The Reserve goalkeeper had little or nothing to do, and the backs, half-backs and forwards excepting Blackwood played a sterl- ing game. No referee having put in an appearance it was decided to send for Mr. Cadman to act as such, and until his arrival Mr. H. Gosson, acted in that capacity. NEWTOWN. Goal, Murray backs, A. Davies and N. Gentle half-backs, R. Jones (capt.), W. Jones and R. Gentle forwards, Blackwood, Evans, A. Matthews E. Davies and A. King. SHREWSBURY. Goal, H. Moncrieffe backs, J. Jones (capt.) and A. Moncrieffe; half-backs, Harbourne, A. W. LToyd and W. Hampton; forwards, W. Crowther, Pro- bert, Campion, S. Crowther and A. Jones.

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