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(O) Colwyn Bay v. Llandudno…

Conway v. Carnarvon.

Portmadoc v. Lia-ilberis.

-0-Llannvst v. Rhyl Athletic.

o-Oswe try United v. KhyL

DInglewood School (Colwyn…

-0-Coiwyn Bay Reserves v.…

-0-Arnold House (Llanddulas).…

Prestatyn v. Mostyn.

Colwyn Bay Wednesdays v. Llandudno…

Penmaenmawr v. Bangor Rangers.

Football Chips.


Football Chips. It is interesting to learn that Mr Arthur Men- zies, better known as A. W. Kay-Menzies, of Carnarvon, is likely, at an early date, to re- turn to the football field. He was the founder of the well-known Carnarvon Ironopolis F. C., and a player of much ability. That Carnarvon have a tough job in tackling Portmadoc at home on Saturday. That the. "Canaries" are sure to make a good "fite." That the two teams are old-time rivals, and play for all they are worth. That Carnarvon received their League Cham- pionship Cup at the Oval on Saturday. That they thoroughly deserved it. Conway's show at Carnarvon on Saturday was highly meritorious. That the Conwayites are decidedly on the up- grade. That they astonished some of the "Canary" supporters at the Oval. That they should be able to defeat Llanrwst to-morrow. That two points to them would be very accep- table. That Wilson maintained his reputation as a good left winger. That Llanrwst's display on Saturday was of a miserably poor description. That it is a mistake to place so capable a half-back as Jim Jones in the forward line. That it is quite a reversal of what should be to place George Whittaker in the half-back line. That there will have to be a vast improve- ment in the form of the "Roosters" ere they can hope to win foreign matches. That Conway are bound to give them a warm time to-morrow. Rhyl Athletic's "flash in the pan" opening of the season has received a very rude shock. That they are the most experienced team in Wales for having goals kicked against them. That their aspirations are higher—much higher-than their merit allows. That there is, quite enough class for them on the Coast. That the League needs quite as much atten- tion as "pot hunting." Llandudno cannot yet prove themselves the equals of Colwyn Bay. That the 'Bayites are very clever at home. That they have prospects of a promising kind in securing the N.W.C. Junior uup. That should Llanrwst win their protest against Llandudno, the latter may say good-bye to the trophy. I That last year's finalists, Flint U.A.C., are again in the running. That they are a champion little set. That their methods are excellent. That their chances this year are very bright, according to form. That Lianberis front rank needs re-arrang- ing. That E. Lloyd Hughes is too good for the rest. That great strengthening is needed in the half-back line. That the necessary men are to be found. That more cohesion is wanted in their ranks. That they are a nice lot of fellows. That they are not going to be the "wooden. spoonists" of the season. Who will- earn this distinction, I wonder? (Continued on page 16 j