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FOOTBALL.

LEAGUE-SECOND DIVISION.

THE COMBINATION.

NOTES ON THE GAME.

CREWE VICTORIOUS AT DENBIGH.

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RHYL DEFEAT BRYMBO.

BANGCR DEFEATS TRANMERE. --

A SAVED PENALTY.

THE COMBINATION.

N.W. COAST LEAGUE

CONWAY v. LLAHRWST.

POINTS FOR HOLYHEAD.

CARNARVON VICTORIOUS OVER…

PWLLHELI v. LLANDUDNO.

NORTH WALES COAST LEAGUE.

N.W. COAST LEAGUE.

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CARNARVON RESERVE V. HOLYHEAD…

DIVISION IL

NORTH WALES WEDNESDAY LEAGUE.

WELSH AMATEUR CUP.

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WELSH AMATEUR CUP. SEMI-FINAL. BANGOR RESERVE v. ABERYSTWYTH. These teams met at Portmadoc in beauti- ful wea.ther on Saturday, before a large crowd of s/ectators. Mr Postle, of Acrefair, was in charge, and the teams turned out as follows: BANGOR: Ivor Thomas; Hwfa Williams and D. J: Thomas; Arthur Owen, Hugh J. Davies, and D. J. Daviee; Humphreys, Wright, Dargie, Hughie Davies, and Edgar Llovd Jones. ABERYSTWYTH: R. Crowther; E. Hiigheo and Oswald Green; Tom Reeves, and H. H. Holt; W. D. Thomas, T. J. James, Jack Jones, Peter Edwards, T. O. Jones, and W. Wright. Aberystwyth pressed at once, and very nearly found the Bangor net 011 two occa- sions, but neat passing took the ball out of danger, and in less than five minutes Htrghie Davies scored for Bangor with a lovely shot. Then, the Bangor forwards dashed forward again, and nearly scored again, the Aber- ystwyth custodian saving a smart shot from Humphreys. A foul against Bangor almost resulted in a pen- alty kick. OBwaJd Green kicked out, but Hwfa took it on his hand and cleared. Later on H wf-a. effected another splendid clear- aaioe, and D. J. Thonia, also rendered useful service. At this juncture the Bangor forwards seemed to corifu-go the Aberystwyth defence, but unfortunately they fouled bldiy, and Jofynnie Jonea almost headed the ball into the Bangor net. A fine rush by the coast team was magnificently checked by D. J. Thomaa and *fic Hwfa. Bangor pressed in turn, and secured a coixer, but the oustodian rushed out and cleared. Peter Edwards and T. O. Jones sprinted speedily down on their own account, and penned up the Bangor forwards, Holt sending in an excellent shot. Hwfa's splendid tackling was eomethkig great, dearsng the courso time after time. Jack Jones tried to get in time after time, but Hwfa was absolute- ly a stone wall, nothing passed him. Amother foull against Bangor, and T. Reoeves gcfot in a terrific shot which went over the crossbar. Then Bangor muddled thiings close to their own goal- mouth, and had it not been for the strenuous defence made by the Bangor backs disaster would have followed. Half-time: Bangor 2, Aberystwyth 0. SECOND HALF. The Bangorians started very lively, and were soon in the neighbourhood of their opponents' goal. In an exciting struggle in front of the Abea- goal Dargie sent in a stinger to Crowther. E. Hughes kicked well up, and, the Aber forwards showed some splendid passing, which resulted in J. Jones sending in a beauty into the net. This goad seemed to waken up the Abe rates. Hwfa &ent in a beauty from midfield into Crowther s hands. Thero was a lively struggle in froait of Bangor goal, but the backs defended well. Then W. Wright got the ball again, and with a splendid shot from the wing nearly scored. A long kick by Hwfa sent the ball to the Aber goal, and a low shot by H. Da- vies was well saved by t-he Aber goalkeeper. Bangor pressed for some time now. After the ball had been up the field Edgar Jones made a run down, and passed the leather in front of the goal, but no one of his side had arrived to take it up. T. Rem, for -¡ Aber, who had taken O. Green's place, worked very hard. Dargie had very hard lines when he sent a fast shot just scraping the bar, and another shot immediately following was splendidly handled by Crowther. Indeed Crowther had his hands full for some time now, and did his work in a way that evoked the cheers of the crowd. The play was very brisk now. In a tussle in midfield Hwfa. got hurt, aaid had to be carried off the field. From this to the end the play was in favour of the Bangorians, who had several hard lines, the Aber custodian doing some grand work. Final: Bangor, 2; Aberystwyth, 1.

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