Hide Articles List

19 articles on this Page

FOOTBALL NOTES.

Advertising

FRIENDLY MATCHES.

THE SOUTH WALES ASSOCIATION…

WELSH JUNIOR CUP.

News
Cite
Share

WELSH JUNIOR CUP. FOURTH ROUND. WREXHAM VICTORIA V WRF.XHAM OLD BOYS.— Played on Satllnby, the Victoria winning by three goals to one. RUABON ALBIOX V. OSWESTRY UKITI;D RKSKUTIC It PMI'K, ■ naoon, on Saturday, before a srtin.il attend- ance and in very unfavorable weather, snow failing heavily throughout the game. The ground, too, was veiy uneven, and t'uere was a decided slope from the middle to one of the goa's. The ground was not roped off, neither had goat-nets been put up, the lines were not discernible owing to the snow. Teese three points were the grounds for a id bei'c.o the rnateh by t(jo secretary .and n tee' Oswestry Reserve team. Mr R rfxhnra, hud charge u? t^o teams, which as Dhows.— JitJABON ALBION. Got:1, Reaves; backs, Bailiff -rod Owet.rf half- baeks. Thomas, Edwards, and Wria-hh; forwards, Jan-ad, Head, Berrington, F Jones, and Matthews. OSWESTRY UNITED RESKKTK. Goal, Foulkes backs, Humphreys and II Jones; half-backs, K, Morris, W Morris, and R forwards, Cooper, Hammond, D Dax ie; Mccx, and E Roberts. The visitors started up the slope aod Ernie got into position, boo was fouled, a corner resulting from the free-kick, from which corner Jam-ad and Read broke away, the ball being vent over to the left, ivieri Tito Albions, how- ever, came again and II Jones sent np the field, Mack being stopped by T-toman..1? J <nes returned and Ernie centred, bnt. Ham mo'.a' ws;a given off- side, and from the free-kick Berrie.gton and his eOlnrÜr{1S sailed l1; V<7,;1?, pu'led up by vV tvlorris, e;. v;\ -eh Cooper ae.o Hitmmond put in some (rood work, the Aibion goal being in danger, but Bailiff and Owens cleared and the homesters rushed t. ih.e other end in a determined manner and shewed nice passing. As the result of a on the part of the vi3idng defence, m a e ten re Head'put the ball through. Fla*' 1 o us suooess the homesters pressed and n I c it r which was got away and Cooper and Hammond went to the other end, Owens kicking out. Following some geed play ou the part of Jonas and Hammond, a couple ot but the visitors could not break th:o: » \ee!ient d, fence of Bailiff and Owens. rul) and sent over to the right, but Jarrad was pulled up for heiitg offside. The homesters pressed and Jarrad directed a hard shot towards Foulkes who conceded a corner and from this Oswestrv got well up and looked like scoring, bat, Owens w s secure, and at the ot her end H Jones relievul. A free kick fell to Oswestry and Cooper and Hammond get away, Cooper cetttr.■(! ut,.I iieeves was com- pelled to give a corn-a wha-o prove;! fruitless, Fceilkes was then tiv-od-c ;sod had to save twice, the visiting oeo.;ne. a b", a." A. scrim- mage took place in front of the Albion goal, which was terminated by R Morris shooting wide. The homesters got away nicely, well supported by their halves, and a shot'was sent in which iooke'd like having gone the right side of tho upright. the aosehce of nets, so, from cot tain parts of the -Id veeieh ;.i :<■ of r'.c. ;(prit;'h' the ball dad ge. i'he Referee, iei, v: r. did not e ward a goal. Oswestry n'P on y ha of pressure, Reeves saved a herd shot from. E Roberts, and the homesters got away. Humphreys c-.lear.ing, and It Jones i-e:;t op. Ruberts wasfovtied as he was getting away, and from the free kick, Albion broke away and Matthews scored. Aftor a corner with the. homesters, Oswestry broke away by means of Davies, bat they were driven back, jtifl VV Morris, who worked hard, returned wide. Foulkes served a smart shot from Matthews. Just before too ;oterval, Hsmrnond had bard lines with a good shot, ii, jo rats o"iivt-ed nicely, and E Roberts nearly Bcored from close ra-ntre. At was, RnRbon Albion 2 goals, Oswestry Reserve nil. cy f,, i On resuming the Albion became aggressive, and it was not long before they 3cored a third goal from a scrimmage. The visitors now seemed to settle down and played much better. They could not, on a but E Roberts fi-i-ni j'i Jones caiid Reeves eaved at the first attempt but in the scrimmage the ball was put through. A couple of corners fell to the visitors bat these were dealt with. E Robert* was conspicuous and Mack centred, Cooper netting the ball but the point was disallowed, Mack being off- ride. The horre-itrs then went to the other end end the centre lifted the bail over the bar. A free ':ick was awarded to Oswestry close to the home goal, but this was cleared into touch and from the throw in H Jones seat a bit wide. From a free- kick Oswestry pressed and a scrimmage followed in. trent of the home goal. Dd Davies and W Morris had several shies and ultimately E Roberts placed wide. The homesters again broke away and in the scrimmage in front of the Oswescry glial au Os- westry player and a Ruabon player" bad words and the referee turned them off the field. The game was resumed with ten me a aside. Oswestry got a cor.,or bat the home defence cleared and there was no farther scoring. Final, Ruabon Albion 3 goals, Ot -estry Reserve 1.

1T. II ATLTIN'O CUP.

DENBIGHSHIRE AKD DISTRICT…

THE VILLAGE CUP.

THE COMBINATION.

, OLD FALSE TEETH F, T.

Advertising

MARKETS.

[ THE CHARITIES OF MONTGOMERYSHIRE.

---- ——— T II K II 0 T G (1…

I_-----'uu-';, T ! THE SHOOTING…

ABERDOVEY. I

TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DA Y.…

Advertising

FOOTBALL NOTES.