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FOOTBALL NOTES.

FRIKNDLY" MATCHES.

INTER-COLLEGrlATE MATCH.

<0.WELSH JUNIOR CUP.

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<0 WELSH JUNIOR CUP. S K M I F I N A L ST. GEORGES v. W R EX LI A M VICTORIA. The above t* .n:;s met on the Welshpool ground on Sa; lo decide which should enter the final <;f Hs» WVr-h J'i*:ior Cup. The weather was fine ond t grot.)! i n '(P.Hlt,¡-),1 condiLi(ji Mr Town send (Xewrownl -vs.-nied the whistle, find the piayers Jil,d up ilt the following order: — ST. GEOKGK'S UXITKO. Goal, R Gwilliam; backs, Croft and Churm; half- backs, J Jones, F Curripr, and Bu', 1?..r; forwards, Silvester, J G Baxter, Pickering, Griffiths, and Plant. WREXHAM VICTORIA. Goal, Matthews; backs, Biliingron and Lloyd; half-backs. lluL'l.es, Edwards, and Heskelh for- wards, E Jones, Davies, F W iiiiams, Culkin, and Llovd. Linesmen, M.-SSIM H Smith and R Evans, Welsh- poo!. Neither team had many followers, and con-, sequent!7 the gate was not so large as was anti- hut there was a fair number of spectators present. Owing to the late arrival of the Wr exham men the game did not commence until twenty 1njTJnf'N af'or tLe adverfcin-o t;;n\>. St George's won t:18 to. and Lloyd :'11: 1 ;>a:1 in motion on behalf of Wrexham. at the outset and forced a [flli: less corner. Wrexham quickly transferred play to the other end, the Welsh, forwards several times being within an ace of scoring. Gwilliam gave a splendid display in eon I, and but for him Wrexham must, have scored on two 01' three occasions. Llovd tested him with a hot ,,11\)', which he out river th bar. A. eouple of corners f,,J!.Jv\¡, ;;n:! \1'(1XÍi.;))) nea-riy 8cor(d, Croft at length relh ving. Wi'liam* and Culkin were of* en prominent the Wrexham left wing, and frOTlI good work by this pair Wrexham again got into ciose proximity to tee Dragons' citadel. One of the defenders fouled an opponent within the twelve yards line, and the inevitable penalty followed. Gwi:;iarn, however, saved finely, and he was deservedly cheerer}. St George's now attacked s'rongly, but were driven back. Each end was visited in quick succession. Gwilliam saved from Lloyd, and Pickering tested Matthews with a good shot, the custodian coming OUI of the ordeal with flying colours. Even piay foiiowed, and at the interval tho fcore sheet was bhnk. 0'1 resuming St George's were the fit to attack, nnd after five minutes' piav Bailor beat Mattlu ws with n capita! shot. The Drtigons forced a fruitless corner, and then Wrexham assumed the and pressed severely, but the Welshmen failed to overcome the splendid defence opposed to them. Gwiiliam especially distinguished himself, while he was ably bucked np by Croft, Chnrm and ,)",e8. The plav war, C'U:d1;JP(j to neutral tenilory for tJ, time, and then Wrerrhr.ni r. led desperately hard, to equalise, (in riecH-'i.n Lloyd had a sol. adid chance of bir. The Dragons a>in pr. <sed, Mati.h'nvs! sating several darigeroes shots, but eventually he was beaten for the second time. Nothing daunted, the Wrexham men played «p plnckily, and Gwilliam saved finely. About five minutes frorn time) Williams scored a fine wm1 for Wrexham amid cheers. This reverse seemed to demoralis" the Dragons, while it put new life into the Wrexham boys, but Gwilliam could not be beaten again, and when the v..hif,1.1e sounded the score stood:—St George's Uniled, 2 goais; WrHxham Victoria, 1.

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