HONOURS DIVIDED AT FFESTINIOG. (By "Ricardo.") Festiniog: 2 I Carnarvon 2 I Carnarvon arrived over an hour after the I advertised time at Nowborough Park, Fe^tiniog, on Saturday. Mr Tom Jones, Holywell, linod the teams as follows:— BLAENAU: Bob Smith; Tom Hughes, and W. J. Owen; J. J. Roberts, Will Jones, and W. II. Williams; Robt. Roberts, John Hughes W.' J. Hughes, J. Lloyd, and W. R. Owen (oaptain)i CARNARVON: G. 11. Jones; J. Griffith a-id, R. M. WTiliiams; Don Rowlands, M. Herbert, and J. Williams; R, li. lzoberts, T. Roberts, Walter Jones (capt.), H. Robe-its, and J. Jones. The game opened with fouls and straggung movements, but play sol.dified' a bit, and the visitors advanced to a dangerous point nean the home goal. Walter and his chums in the for- ward line wowd have between them g'ained a point had not the backs kicked cut. WTull Jones, W. J. Owen, and lom Hughes, a very tr;cky trio, wore dangerous, but "Don and company" replied with long shots for goal. The visitors enticed 8m th out of his cage, with the result that a Canary almost got in. Tho visitors in- dulged in long range shots, and II. Roberts aner g-adging the distance, plaoed the ball between Smith's head and the cross-bar. It was A CLEAN, PRETTY GOAL. Play now (improved a litde, and the visiting forwards again advanced. Smith fumbled and fell, -and Carnaruon got their second goal. The crowd—which, by now, was a large one--caliod on the Quarryir.'&n to show better play. And they did improve in their play. Tommy Hughes caused the cross-bar to tremble, and the cus- todian touched the bail on rebounding fiom the bar. 'Hughes returned it. this time into the net.. It was a smart piece of work. The Canaries were caught napping, and instantly John Hughes pounced on the ball and scored". It ap- peared as though Don Rowlands waa not in his proper place, though he did. some good work there. The Quarryi-nan were stronger in their backs than the visitors. W. R.' Owen showed dexterity in getting from an awkward fix on the right, but Don and R. M. Wdliams walled him np. J. Jones all 11. Roberts understood each other's play well, and studied their pivot, who was all eyes and feet, in readiness for open- ing's. But T. Hughes and W. J. Owen, cover- ing Sn-i,.th well, withstood all attempts. For a minute or two the Quarrymen got behind the Carnarvon backs and secured two corners. It looked as though Carnarvon were in for a point before half-time came, but it did not come off, and the game tihen stood quits—2 v. 2. A co:is.derable quantity of ginger beer and lemonade, having been oonsumûd; at, the interval, play was resumed. Blaeriaiu had to be on. fho dele nee for some time. Carnarvon lost several good olianccs by useless infringements. Littlo Smith was a little too much for t.he Carnarvon forwards, though they displayed srii-art passing. Some. headwork by the Quarry men brought the leather right in front of the Carnarvon goal, but the goal keeper filled the goal entrance Some FOOLISH INDIVIDUAL PLAY was indulged in by one of uhe homesters, v hich very nearly ended in a goal for the visitors. W. R. Owen tii.ed a shot for goal, and aimed accurately, but the custodian cleared: nicely. It was annoying to observe the frequency o.f f(-,uli when play became dangerous. W. J. Hughes, the homesters' new centre-forward, showied iine work. He negotiated a goal shot, but the ball struck the cioss-bar. The spectator^ urged the homesters to increase the score, and play "livened up considerably. The home forwards began a bombardment of the Ca.rna.rvon goal. Three times did J. 1-1. Jones affect firio clearances, and fom the last he made put Walter and hi:s col- leagues in possession, and' for two minutes thev made it hot far the home defence. By a flank- ing movement the Quarrymen extricated them- selves from their perilous position, and returned the compliment by almost scoring. Thoug'h play was lively and corners frequent, no goals were soored in the seoond half, and the game con- cluded!—Carnarvon 2, Blaenau 2.
GOLF. COLWYN BAY v. GItEAT ORME (Llandudno) This mAtoh waa played at Colwyn Bay on Saturday, when the following were the principal I by six matchoas to three. Soonee:— COLWYN BAY. GREAT ORME. P. G. N. Holmes 0 T. C. Medlor (3 and 2) 1 D. M. Pegoock (2—1) 1 WT. Ashford 0 W. Jonea 0 P. W. Brundritt (4-^3) 1 1. Price 0 B. Berry (2 and 1) 1 R. Westmacott 0 H. Short (5 and 3). 1 C. lL Harding 0 H. Parker (7 and 6) 1 J. Manuel (2 and 1). 1 E. O. Roberta 0 E. D. Rowland (1 up) 1 C. Dunphy 0 A. G. Peake 0 J. E. Rainsford (4-3) 1 Total 3 Total 6
a.f" EOOTBALL- LEAGUE--FIRST DIVISION- Results up to Saturday. September 17th:— I -i- Goals Goals P. W. L. D. For A'st. Pt». Sunderland 4 4 0 0 9 5 8 Notts forest 4 3 0 1 8 4 7 Manchester U. 4 6 1 0 8 6 6 Midd.efi borough -32015 Everton < 2 1 Bradford City 3 2 0 1 5 g & Notts County 4 1 C 3 3 Newcastle U. 4 2 2 0 5 4 4 .-Tottenham H. 4 2 2 0 g Aston v Liia 3 1 r -z Manchester C. 1 2 1 Sheffield W. 3 1 1 5 5 6 Bury 4 0 1 3 6 10 3 Liverpool 3 1 2 0 5 Blackburn 11. 4 0 2 2 Woolwich A. 4 0 2 2 2 6 2 Bristol City 3 1 2 0 Sheffield U 3 0 2 1 13 1 -Veston N.E. 4 0 3 1 2 8 1 Oldham A 3 0 2 1 2 5 1 LEAGUE-SECOND DIVISION. Results up to Saturday, S^ptomber^mh •— Goals P. W. L. D. For A'st. Pts. Slapton Orient 3 3 0 0 6 1 6 Burnley 4 2 0 2 6 3 | Gainsboro' T. 3 2 0 1 W'hampton W. 4 2 1 1 J } Blackpool 3 2 0 1 5 3 5 te!nw.ity. 3210734 3210734 GitoPBrom:A: Si § | j Hull City 3 1113 3 3 Stockport C. 4 1 2 1 5 Birmingham 3 1 1 1 Derby C 4 1 2 1 } 7 3 Fullim 3 1 2 0 4 3 2 Bradford 4 ? o o 2 4 2 H-ud-dersfieki 3 1 2 47 l Baansley 3 0 2 1 4 7 1 Leeds City 3 0 3 0 2 5 0
THE COMBINATION. RHYL DEFEATED BY WREXHAM. Wrexham .I.I. RlhvP'played their first Combination fixture at home on Saturday. Wrexham being the visi- tors. The teams lined up well to time as iol- RHYL: Goal, Smith; backs, T. Joaes and T. W. Ellis; half-backs, W. Williams, Lapin, and B. Moms; forwards, B. Jones, T. Harrison, T. Hughes, R. Thomas (who took tho place, of Pritohard), and Hornby. „ WREXHAM: Goal, Griffiths; backs. F. Eog«rs and L. Hughes; half-backs, B. ^u^hes. Pitts, and G. Jones; forwards, Evans. Roberts, M. Rowlands, Arthur and T. Jones. Rhyl played with the wind and sun in their fa vour, and it was not long before they had tlo I visitors Denned in, T. Harrison forcing a corner, Which p-roved fruitless. After this there was a. nice run down on Wrexham's right, T. Jones prov.ng a very smart player, and when in a good position he was puilod up for oif-side. Lapm t obtained possession, and cleverly trand- ferred to Harrison. The latter made for the goal, but was frustrated, and a free-kick was allowed. Rhyl kept up the pressure, Williams, Lapin, and Morris putb:ng in good work. B. Jones scx-ured another corner, which Harrison failed to convert. Hornby, boating his oppo- nents on the right, dashed for goaj, cleverly oontred to Harrison, and the latter found the Het, thus scoring Rhyt's first and only £ ?oaL Wrexham realised that they had 110 easy task, and the goal seemed to put fresh life into them. M. Rowlands brought his forwards to t:he attack, and for a time Smith was hardly pressed, but lie cleared beautifully. Feedaug their right, the Wrexham players did good wrk, and T. Jones again and again tried to break through, but without success, a couple of futile corners only resulting". Lapin managed to re- lieve the attack on tho Rhyl goal, and paessng to Hornby, that player gave the visiting backs a wafin time, but the centre did not seem able to put The finishing touch on the work. From this to the interval the game was of a give and take character, and Wrexham experienced hard IUCK; in having one goal disallowed for off-side, while Rhyl lost no less than five chanoes of scoring, the ball missing the net by inches. B. Jones, Harri- son, and Hornby were the smartest players on the home side, while Rowlands, Roberts, and Jones proved the best of the visitors. Af>cr the interval it was Wrexham's match. The Rhyl men, although they pressed a great den', did not seem to get ,nto the running so Well. They lacked the combination of tlfet o^-uonents and were by no means as smart on Evans was the fir.t to score for, Wrex. ».- and soon afterwards the visitors secured a penalty, which Roberts oored, and ho added a fourth"shortly afterwards. Rhyl onoe had a look in, but the goal was disallowed as off-9'.do. Wrexham well deserved thoir win of 4 'to 1. The which at the first was of an ex- citing character, became somewhat tame to- wards the end, and tlie Rhyl players seemed to lose heart, although a few of them worked very hard. Lapin was in his old form, while Smith was a treat in goal, and did his bsst to save the situation. The weak spot in the Rhyl team Wero the backs, while on the outside wangs the players proved smart and well suited to the position. Wrexham had a couple of fine ba-eks, while their left wing and centre were the strong- est points. < < Next Saturday Rhyl are at home to Whit- church.
CITIZENS DEFEATED IN THEIR FIRST MATCH. A BRISK GAME. (By "Dribbler.") Brymbo ♦ Bangor 2 On Saturday, 'too iiangor team visited iirym- boo The home side only made one change from the eleven whioh defeated Wrexham in the opening match of the season, and Bangior had a good team out, but they were somewhat handi- capped owing to the na.turo of the playing pitch. Teams:— BANGOR: Ted Owen; Hwfa Williams and J. Jones; D. T. Davies, A. Thomas, and Jim. Jones; T. Roberts, Hughio Owen, A. Dargic, Hughe Davies, and A. Oliver. BRYMBO T Kingsley Mason; Joe Williams and D. Jones; Joe Jones, T. B. Jones, and E. A. Roberts; J. J. Patten, H. Slater, W. H. Davies, Oswald Jones, a.nd' J. Bates. Referee, Mr G. H. Russell (Chester). The home team had the advantage of the in- cline in the first half, and- they soon tested the Ban gor defence. Some pretty movements were made on both sides, but W. H. Davies scored a somewhat soft goal for the home lot. This roused the visitors, and after several good at- tempts, Hughie Davies suoceeded in putting tlw teams on a level footing. Play now becamo exceedingly fast and interesting, both sides striving hard to get ahead. Patten and Slater were responsible for some olever passing on the home right wing, but the ial.ter Spoilt the effort by sending the ball flying over the cross-bar. The visitors were next pulled up for a breaoh of the offsiide rule, and from the free kick Oswal-d Jones put in a nice shot, but Ted! Owen was on ,h-e alert, and brought off a good clear- a.nce. J. Williams stopped the visitors' left wingers when they wero getting well away. A centre by Patten looked dangerous, but J. Jones das hod in in the nick of time, a.nd saved the IWngor goal.
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NORTH WALES COAST LEAGUE. ("North Wales Chronicle" Challenge Cup.) DIVISION 1. ReeuJts up to Saturday, September 17th:— GoiUs. P. W. L. D. For A't Pts. Bangor Res. ii iJ u 0 8 2 4 Holy.head Swifts 1 1 0 0 1 0 Z Uanrwst Town 2 1 1 0 4 3 2 Kiaenau Fes. 1 0 0 1 2 2 1 (;arnervoil U. 1 0 0 1 2 2 1 Coiwyn Bay U. 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 I-Aan.rAudno Juno.. 1 0 1 0 0 2 0 i,iimnt>erls U. 1 0 1 0 0 5 U l>iandu<lno A. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Pwiiiiedi Town 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 University <Jol. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
BANGOR RESERVE START WELL. (By "Recorder.") Bstneor Reserve 5 Llanberis O Llanboris were the visitors at Bangor on I Saturday and attracted a fair-sized crowd The game started nearly quarter of an hour late owing to the late arrival of the quarrymaa. The teams were: — BANGOR: H. J. Davies; D. J. Thomas and Stanley; Emyr Hughes, Aaron Jones, Arthur Owen; H. Rowlands, II. Edwards, R. Jones, W. Brown, and H. Evans. LLANBKRIS: D. J. Owem; G. M. Owen and 0. Morris; Dan Jones, W. Pritcshard, and E. R. Williams; Hugh Lloyd, J. Evans, Buck. W. R. Thomas, and W. R. Thomas. Referee: Mr W. R. Welch, Crowe. The game opened with an attack on the Llanberis goal and II. Edwards, after being fouled, sent in a hot shot. Tlie ball dropped on the custodian's hands and glanced Into the. net. Llanberis found it difficult to break away, the homo forwards raining shots- on their goal. W. Pritohard initiated an attack on the home goal but nothing' came of it. Then the homesters resumed the attack, Rowlands finishing very wildly. At the other end Buck sent wide on two occasions. Llaaberis now began to find their feet and the gaJue as- sumed a more even aspect. A duel ensued be- tween W. R. Pritohard and H. Edwards, the Llanberis player finishing ahead, and he cleared, The next item of no to was a weli-plao&tt corner by W. R. Thomas who ahnost scored through it. Hughie Edwardfc had a glorious chance, but after running almost up to tlie Llanberis. goal he fixed tlie sighting boards. Llanberis now prossed for all they were worth and really DESERVED A GOAL. Fouls were very frequent, Bangor being the greatest offenders. Buok essayed a specula- tor which grazed the top side of the cross- bar and at the Li'ar.bems end Harry Evans sent in a capital overhead kick which O. J. Owen cleared, rather smartly. Half-time: BangOr 1, Llanberis 0. Llanberis opened t:he second half ami pressed, but the free-kick awarded them a,vailed nothing. Bangor preseod and O. J. Owen cleared well. During an attack a visiting defender handled in the penalty area and Edwards scored from the tree kick. Bangor oomtinued to press but O. J. Owen brought off another save. Then Harry Evans drove tin and Owen falling on the ball, the crowd shouted "goal" but the goalie had been fouled. Clearing after an attack the left wni,3 changed the venue and W. R. Thomas shot across, and though Lloyd was well plaoed, another player sent into the net, and the goul was disallowed for offside. A corner was awarded Bangor but O. Morris and Roberts cleared. Hugh Lloyd secured and centred: splendidly when W. R. Thomas (Goodman-street) parsed on to W. R. Thomas (Penybryoi) who struck the bar, but the ball was carried! out of danger and! D;ck Jones with only the g'oaikeeper to beat sent wide. Afterwards he struck the bar with a splendid shot. Uanberis defended well, although sometimes at the. expense of corners. Bangor pressed and Edwards sent in, but 0. J. Owen saved at full length on the ground The two Thomases an t;}}o(} left worked' well, but Lloyd fell when* well placed. Bangor rushed up and Edwands centred, Diok Jones netting. Roberts for the Quarry man punted forwards and W. R. Thomas ran down, but Stanley stopped the leather. Brown added to the homesters' record. After this tihe vusiting goalkeeper left the field, and his place was occupied) by G. M. Owen. Rarugor were continually pullled uip for infringements, but the free-kicks proved of no avail. Lloyd centred well and Stanley saved at the expense of a fruitless corner. Edwards now soored a splendid geal. Llaaberis livened up towards the end and snatches of pretty combination were see-n from now to the, fiiiish. Final; Bangor Reserve 5, Llanberis United nil.
POINTS FOR LLANRWST. (By "Dolydd"). Llanrwst 2 I Llandudno Junction O I L andudno Junct.on made their first appear- ance on Saturday in a League fixture, at Gwydr Park, where they made gallant efforts to squeeze a point or two out of the '•Roosters.' The Junction is of a cosmopolitan character, and amongst its members are counted, such well- kiiown stairs as B«x>kes-Evans» of L-landudn.): Gilett, of Llanrwst, aDd aloo several men,burs of the now obsolete Conway ekib. The j ic- eenoe of so many we 1-known and popuiw piav. era in the team, has given it a position, ;t wculd otherwise hive to attain by proved nent. On Saturd-iy the hone supportem weru fi.J y ewaro, before the commencement of the game, that !Ic-y had a hard nut to crack. Referee Mr C. J. Thomas lined the teams as fol.-ows.— LLANRWST: Dick Jones; A. Carter and C. Li M rga' Humphrey Roberts. R. D. Rich- ard; and Francis Wil.i-.ians; W. A. Wil'iams, Howel Roberts, A. Riohards, W. T. Jones and Den.- is R. Jones (capt.). LLANDUDNO JUNCTION: GUlett; W. E. Jones and Now EJÜ; W. Evans, L. Roberts and W. Evans; J. R. Jones, Eva.n J ones, Joe Hughes, Brookes-Evans and Sam Parry. P ay for a time waj confined to midifield until the home right wing got into position, only to be robbed of a tine opport.unity by tho;) attentive Now Ellis, who punt.id the leather to his for- ward line, which advanced, and forccd a futile corner. Frll C S ecu ring po^wsion passed to De iii>, who raced a ong the left wing, forcing j W. E. Jones to kick out of pay. W. E. Jones next got away, and tipped to Dennis, who sent in a fine oblique shot, which Giilett fielded clev- erly. A miskick by Francs let in the visitors' right wing, but Carter intervened just in time. Tho "Roo ter" left wing next exhibited activity, Deiui s again giving Gi 'ett a handful. Tiie ox- Rooster threw out. but the bail w-aj pounced upon R. D. Richards, who acnt, in a long pot straight for the right spot, but Giilett once more- kept his slate cm. Carter work d his way up the tie d, al.d parted to W. A. ii!i:un who sent in a shot across tho goaimr-uth. The "Junks' Jeit wing then got away, Parrv oen- in tring to his pivot, who tested Dick J->ej with a scorcher. Joe Hughes next made a fine sole run, and c'eared his way throug-h the home de- fence. Dick J, howevar, ran out to meet him, and whio he was steadying him elf to take the li-al kiok the home goalie kicked the leather OFF HIS TOES far up the field, amidst. appluu»—a narrow shave for the Roosters. From a throw the heme left wing worked its way up, "WT. T." ending by placing the leather behind the upright. The homesters continued the attack, Arthur Richards -ending in a beauty just under the level of the oroasbar. Giilett, however, got his list in the ball, and hit it cut of danger, but Humptirey seoLtred and sent in a lightning grourder, Giilett kicking out. The homo pivot, by tricky man- oeuvering, forced a corn-er off W. E. Jones. The effort was, howeverJ spoiled by W. T. Jones, who took charge of the kick, placing the leather behind the uprights. Joe next got. away, and sent Dick J-olloe;, a trier; the home goalie threw out, but J. R. Jones forced a cornea- off Mor- gan, which he however pkiced behind the up- right. The visitors' g aiie at thus period sus- tained a severe bombardui-enfc sucosesfuily, but almost succumbed to a fine shot by Humphrey. An effort by the visitors was nipped in tiiio bud by tho ever ready Archie, who was in "gnat form." The visitors again attacked, and suc- ceeded in forcing a oorner. A melee ensued, Archie emerging from t.ho crush, and passing the ieather to Howel, who da iued down a..O:.I.g the right wing, and parted, to W. A. Wliaajus, who beat Giilett ail ends up, the first goal being soourod. after 30 minutes' play. Joe Hughes got away, but Dick Jones again robbed him of hi. laurels by picking the "hemisphere" off his toes. Thi3 was followed by another attack by the visitors, but Parry mlesed his sltot by a few inches only. Dennis next got away, and sent Giilett a handf ul. The houK> skipper croceod to Howel, who thot straight, but Gi1Lett's foot was in the way. W. T. James securcd the Teturn into the goalie's ltandi. The visitors now advanced in style, but Morgan suoeetsfully out-m-anoovercxi thorn, and punted the leather to Dennis, who only missed his shot by inohes. At half-time LIWl- rwst iod by one goal to nil.
SECOND HALF. On resuming the homesters pressed. Humphrey croasin.g to W. A. Williams, who fiont in a beauty, Humphrey petting the return into Giilett's arms. The visitors now woke up. but faiied to paoB Carter,, who robbed Pa.rry at the crucial moment. The visitor-3 again attacked, but IAk wai as safe as a rock, and kicked the leather far out to Arthur Riohards, who ran up and gave Gilkrtt a teaser, followed by another shot equally good. The Junction men continued to prc.,39 peroitontty, and looked like soaring, but the home backs screened their goalie magnificently. After a somewhat tamo period both teaoma, evi- dently suffering from the effeote of tho pace, maintained during the first ha'f, one of tihe visitor's men had the misfortune to handlSe within tho penalty anea. Archie Carter took charge of the ensuing kick, and pLaoed the leather safely in the net. The resulted ae icilown.- JUlaarwst 2, Likuxhadoo Junction 0.
COLWYN BAY v. HOLYHEAD. THE IIARBOURMEN VICTORIOUS. (By "Linesman"). Holyhead 1 Coiwyn Bay O The Co-wyn hay Cuib opened tiie season on Saturday with a League match against Holy- head, on the Red and Blacky ground. The weather wa3 ideal for cricket.. When I arrived there was an exceptionally good attendance, notwithstanding the fact that the maich .-ta-rbed before the band contest was over at the National Eisteddfod. On every hand one saw enthusiastic followers of the game, who seem to disappear during the summer, but never fill" to congregate on the football field at the first kick of the leather. The teams turned cut as follows:— COLWYN BAY: Hughes, T. McOann and O. E. Wiiiiiarrn,; Ned. Griffiths, W. E. Roberts and Davies; Wilson. Southern, E. Tucker, Edga.r PhiUins, Staniey Hughes and Norman Pritchard. HOLYHEAD: Morgan; Owen Morgan and R. Williams; L. Jones, W. T. Jones and R. El.iis; Brown. R. C. J ones, H. Jones, Salisbury Owen and McNeil. R-eferoe: Mr E. Lloyd. Williams, Bangor. In the Coiwyn Bay ranks, Hughes, in goal, who comes from RJiyl, and Davies, left half- back, who haiia from Abergele, wero new faces, tlie Ho.yhead men being all familiar. At the outset, the Holyhead men were aggressive, and made it ctear cany in the game that they meant business. in fact, I thought they had rather too forc-iblo a manner of impressing this fact upon the local men, for their play in the open- ing stages was rought. It w-as quite an unequal struggo. The Hoiyhead mCil were far and away the heavier and sturdier lot. Noe-d. Grif- tit.hs and McOann are, in fact, the only really heavy men in too Colwyn Bay team. Moreover, these sons of "Sir Fon" can play, and they certainly introduced more soienoe into their play 011 Saturday than tlie Coiwyn Bay team did. Some of tiieir movements were exceeding- ly pretty and well oombined. As I liare previously remarked, tho play in the opening stages w-ac, frequently rought. The first roug-iit incident was when Wilson Southern got the bail and ran down on the right. Williams trie redoubtable Holyhead left fulil-back, crossed to meet iiim, and charged him clean over tiie line. It was a fair charge, but lunineoe-^iarily rough, and the referee waa perfectly justified in administering a few word* of caution to WiL liams. Oil the other wing again, Norman Pritohard, lacking as he is in inches, was con- tinually in troubie with the burly visiting half- backs and backs. It was the old case of the little man and the big man, and the sympathies of tlie crowd were naturally with the little man, although, I do not think that any of the Holy- head liicii deliberately tried to hurt him. Holyhead were the more aggressive of tho two side-i, and always looked dangerous. The Coi- wyn Bay men, however, had several opportuni- ties, and can only btame themselves that they d-d not make use of theffn. The first was when Stanley Hughes got through, and, with a clear goal, shot past tne post. The second came shortly afterwards, when Edgar Phillipi; drove tho bail a few inches wide of the past. Then tho "petit" Norman Priixxhard got down on his wing, and whipped across a beautiful centre, W'hioh rolled harmlessly across the goalmoiuth There was no more at tho interval, but Holyhead had the sun at their backs on resuming, and also the slope of the ground in their favour. THE ONLY GOAL. It was about ten minutes from the resumption of play that Salisbury Owen registered the only goal of the match for Holyhead, and a delight- ful goai it was. He t-ecured the leather near the half-way "line. Taking up a pass from R. C. Jones, he raced away in his best style, el-uding first Nod Griffithn, then Tommy McOann, and with a terrible oblique drive (which Hughes, the horn-o goailie, had no chance of saving), planted the bail safely in tiie net. One could not wish to see a finer piece of work, and Salisbury de- servod full credit for the point. After this the issue was never in doubt, for although the CGlwyn Bay men made several plucky attempts at scor- ing the viisitcirs were master-* of the situation. The Holyhead e cven therefore retired viotoxe.
ENGLISH CUP PRELIMINARY ROUND. MIDDLEWICH WIN AT DENBICH. Middlewich 3 1 Denbigh 2 I -For tne nrst time in Its hi tory the Denbigh I Town Football Cl,ab has entered for the English Cup, and the preliminary qualifying round for the "smaller fry" took place on Sat- urday. 1 hay had the iuck to be drawn at homo against MiddLewich, who were members of the League as Denbigh in the Combination last eimr, but who have dropped out this season At Denbigh last season the home L«wn won by 4 goals to nil, while -Middlewioh turned the tables on their own ground, winning by 5 goals to nil. Hopes ran high in Denbigh that the home team would prove suooezsful on Saturday, but thev were not justmcd. and it is certain- that the home players win have to impart more vim into their play or matters will continue to KO against them. The gate was fairly Lar^e, but not sufficient to cover the expenoo,. It is amusing to hear ,XK>p:o appealing for better support for the club, whiie they t!*emselve.i never attend matches. Mr N. Hull, Chester, was the referee. The turf was in splendid condition, and a bright sun made things pleasing from a spectator's point. of view, though it wa;) warm work for the players. Tne teams were:— T Lavid Hughes and J. Parry Evans; HE vans, T. A. Davies, and H. Cartwright; IL Roberts, E. E. Davies, R. lnoma;, C. H. L. Lewis, and D. B Davies MIDDLEWIOH: Oooporaoo Palmer; Lloyd, Cha1 loner, and Barnett- Wil- and Moores. Middjewich won tne toas, and had the advan- tage of the tho sun shining b-in-htiv at their backs. From the ouU et it couLd be eecn that the game wou d be fast, and the bail was very lively. Immediately the home forwards got away, but lack of combination res?ulted in a good chance being lOot. The visitors' backs cioairod, and the home defeuoe had a busy time Evans eventually prayed a stumbling block, and them back again, but they came once more on the lefiv and D. Hughes miskiciking, Dale was given a chance, of which he took full advan Uge, coring neatly within two minutes of tho kick off. 1 he home forwards caine up the field in good style, but finished badly. From the goad kick tlie home forwards wero again in pos- tyes ion, and E. E. Davies, after a beautiful bit of individual play, eeored a grand goal with a low shot fa,<>m -a few yards out. This equall- ing goal put now life into both sets of players. The visitors were the fimt to get away, how- ever. They rushed towards Denbigh's goal* but w-ore very smartly pulled up by Evans, who was in good form, and Berwyn receiving raced up and sent in a beautiful ocn-tre, which was badly missed. Continuing to attack, the home ri^ht wing wa« in evidence. Robctrts tested W'ilkin- son well. From a throw-in Thoirws started a pretty movement which ended in a free kick to the visitors. Play was now fast and even. both goalkeepers being given shots to deal with. Hereabouts Berwyn Daviojjvar, to blame for letting a couple of glorious ahaaioee pass. He had the goal at his mercy after two splendid runs, in which he laft the visiters' defence be- hind. On both occasion, all he hud to do was to tak3 the ba-li into the net. Instead of doing that, Irowever, he shot haa-d and erratic- ally. E. E Davies again gave WiJkineon a hot shot to doal with. Denhigh maintained the ag- gressive, and Lewis gave Berwyn a pase which he ju) t failed to utilise. The brothers Daviee were working like Trojajir>, and tho younger, E. E., fastening on to a clearance by D. ifughos, almost soored. II20 visitors then attacked, and the home goal wae in serious danger. The do- fence prevailed for a time, but Washington found an opening, and rushed the ball into the net. Following this, play was very fast, and free kicks to both sides were monotonous in their regularity. Denbigh got the best of matters henoo to half-time, and Roberts all but scored Ilaf-time:—Middlewioh 2, Denbigh 1. Thomas led the attack in good style at the opening of the second half, and when working his way through he wari j>a-h>ab!y fouied in the penalty area, and the extreme penalty was BÍg-- )av,, nailed. E. E. Davies took tho kick, and drow level with a shot which WiEkuwon, oould not get down to in time. After this pia-y was all in favour of Denbigh., Middowdoh weave strictly on the defence, while the Denbigh backs were iiting in attack. This oontimted throughout α- r<m this half, with occasional break aways by the TOsdtom. The tactks of tbo home defenoe in playing so low down the field proved their un- ) doing. however, for with only six minutes to go the visitors left wing got through, and D. Hughes being too slow to recover his position, M-oores left Griffiths helpless. The home players continued to fight hard, and almost sweoeeded in equaii-ing. Ju-st after the whistle had gon/e Lewis netted, but it came too late. Middlewich will have the satisfaction of playing Wellington Town at home in the next round.
LAST SATURDAY'S RESULTS. LEAGUE—FIRST DIVISION. Nottingham 3, Liverpool 2. Notts County 0, Everton 0. Aston Villa 3, Woolwich Arsenal 0. Middleiborough 3, Brtrtol City 0. Sheffield Wednesday 3, Preston N. E. 1.. Sunderland 2, Oldham Athletic 1. Newcastle 2, Tottenham 1. Manchester United 2, Manchester City L Bu.ry 2, Blackburn Rovers 1. Bradford City 1. Sheffield United 0. LEAGUE—SECOND DIVISION. Bradforw 3, West Bromwich Albion 3. Gainsborough Trinity 3, H-uddersScId T. L Wolverhampton 3, Bolton W. 0. Clapton Orient 2, Barmsley 1. Burnley 2, Birmingham 2. Stockport County 2, Glossop L IjeiooTter FQ'l.'>G 1. Chelsea 0. Derby County 1, Blackpool 1. HuH City 1, EuHham 0. Lincoin City 1, Leeds City 0. THE COMBINATION. Brymbo 4, Bangor 2. Chester 1, Flint 0. Wrrexham 4, Rhyl 1. Oswestry 3, Saltney 1. N.W COAST LEAU UE—DIVISION L Bangor Reserve 5, Llanberis United 0. Blaenau lestiruog 2. Carnarvon United 2. Hoivhead Swifts 1, Coiwyn. Bay U. Llanrwst 2, Llandudno Junction 0. ENGLISH CUP (Preliminary Round). Druids 3, Chester 1. Connah'is Qua.y 2, Lostocb Graham 1. Middlewich 3, Denbigh 2. Wrexlsain 9, Wellington St. George 1.
NEXT SATURDAY'S FIXTURES. LEAGUE—FIRST DIVISION. Everton v. Manoheetea- United, Manchester City v. Liverpool. Notts Forest v. Bury. Sheffield Wednesday v. Notts County., WooJwich Arsenal v. Sunderland. Bristol City v. Preston North End. Oldham Athletic v. Tottenham Hotspur: Newcastle Unitod v. Middaoiborough. Blackburn Rov.er" v. Sheffield United., Bradford City v. Aston VilJa. LEAGUE—SECOND DIVISION. Birmingham v. Garnsboro' Trinity, Blackpool v. BarnsJey. Bolton Wanderers v. FuJham. Chelsea v. Wolverhampton Wander«oa. Clapton Orient v. Leioester Fosse. Glosaop v. Derby County. Hud-derafield Town v. Leeds City. HuJd. City v. Bradford. Lincoin City v. Stockport County, West Bromwicth A. v. Burniey. THE COMBINATION. Saltney v. Bangor. Conrtah's Quay v. Brymbo Victoria. Denbigh v. Flint. Oswestry v. Wrexham. Rhyl v. Whitchuroh. N.W. COAST LEAGUE-DIVISION 1.r Carnarvon United v. Pwllheli. Holyhe.a.d Swifts v. Cbhwyn Bay. Llanberis v. Blaenau Festiniog. Liandudno Junction v. L'-airr\vst. N.W. COAST LF-AGUE-DIVLSION II. Glasinfryn Swifts v. Lianfairfechan. LIVERPOOL COUNTY COMBINATION r- DIVISION I. African Royal v. Chirk. Buckley Engineers v, Proscot Athletio. P-reaoot W. W. v. Druids. Old Xaveriana v. Moki. f
NOTES AND COMMENTS. Llanberis came a cropper at Bangor on Satur- day. It was their first match end one's sym- pa.thy must go out to them on 'having to com- menoe season 1910-11 against such a formidable eleven as Bangor Reserve and on the city ground, too. In the first half Lta-niberis seemed to be aiming for points, but after the interval they collapsed, as the result of a good deal of misdirected1 energy. » • • • Bangor Reserve were in better trim than on the previous Saturday against Llanrwst. They are commencing' to understamd each other's play. Their idea of the sticks is now mare aocurate and before m-any Saturdays they should gladden the hearts of their supporters. » « • It was a novelty to see H. J. Davies, last year's skipper, between the sticks and he was very busy there. The two full-backs are evi- diently going to make their presence felt this --ea.goii-ask the Llanberis forwards; and their tackling was excellent. The halves worked un- ceasingly and with success, and an improvement was apparent in the forward line, where H. Ed- wards, the Hiracl lad. distinguished himcelf. He had several fine shots at the Llanberis goal. Rowlands was also a trier from start to finish; in fact the whole line did; weN. • « O. J. Owen, the visitor's goalkeeper, was in- dispesed before he took tlie field, and though beaten four 'times in the course of the game, he cannot be blamed for one ot the goals. Although the first goal appea-red to be of the "soft variety" it really was a deceiver. When he jumped to meet it the ball swerved to the right and found the net. He made sa-ves a.nd was heartily cheered:. Before the finish he was obliged to give up play- ing through indisposition. • • • The full-backs did not appear very safe, though they managed to clear several attacks. » II The half-backs played a trying game all through, Pritchard, and Dan Jones showing more of the bustling than polished style of football, whilst. E. R. Williams though injured in t'he first portion, held the home right wing well in hand and fe4 the forwards judiciously. » In the forwardi line, t.he veteran Win played hardl but has efforts did not prove very use- ful. His partner, W. R. Thomas (Penybo-yn), was not given, my opportunities to show the fruits of his experience, but when given a chauoe he showed his capabilities. • • Buck, tlie pavot, did not shine, his play being somewhat erratic. Jalm Evans and Hugh Lloyd sliowed vary decent plav; their touches at times winning the approval of the crowd. A little bit of kick and! more pot-shokl at gual would have given a different result. < «v The old adage: "Practioe makes perfect"! Bangor's superiority was due to their having practiced more than tlhe visitora who donned their foot-bail kit for the first time this mason last Saturday. However, it is hoped they will attain a more oraditable, position on the League chart than, they did last season.
COLWYN BAY WHISPERS. The Colwyn Bay Club deserves sympathy on looing their first liomo game of the seajon. • a They made a plucky fight, but were always opposed to a superior and heavier team. Tho locali; have found a new gca'keepr. named Hughes, a Rhyl man. who acquitted himself well on Saturday. a • • • He couAd not be blamed for the goal which settled tho match, for the shot was an "ex- press" which no goolie oould keep out. • • • Tommy MjctJawi was not in his- usual form, and O. E. Williams was not himeaff. The local halves were not what they ought to have been, and they cru-ite failed to keep tie yjsitmg forward lute in ikaod. Again, the Coiwyn Bay forward Kne did not combi-io wed, with the exception of Norman Pritchard and his partner, who played neatly to- gether. • • • • Tlie Holyhead team is a g-ood one. and, one muot admit, dyoo the points they gained on Saturday. < < The Colwyn Bay fcain visit Holyhead next Saturday in a return fixture.
LLANRWST CACKLE. Llanrwst on Saturday enjoyed the privilege of being the first to test the capabilities of the new club fornmed, at Llandludno Junction and emerged from the trial victorious. • • It was a somewhat strange experience to see the Roosters in the fikl without the veteran '/Trevor" who, I hope, will again be included in the team. • • • • Tlie home forwards aJid full-backs played a great game, but I have seen the half-backs in beatter form. They appeared too anxious about their back line and so neglected to feed their forwards. t • i f Dick Jones, tlie home goalie, worked wonders, with both hands and feet, and more than onoe successfully cleared very d-ufficult shots. < The Junction forwards are a fine lot, the wgnt wing-, J. R. Jones, perhaps being the most dangerous. II-QS backs were, however, not so strong, but Giilett saved his side a severe Deatrng, as on several occasions he oa.me in for a. severe bombardment, but kept cool and calm throughout the game.
NoRTH WALES WEDNESDAY LEAGUE. A meeting of the North Wales Wednesday League will- take place on Monday, September j *T» at 8 P-m-> the Station Hotel, Llan- dudno Junction. All these intending to join, should communicate with Mr F. W. Jones, the secretary.
YACHTING. ROYAL ANGLESEY CLUB. The weekly race of the caie-rater centreboard belonging to this club, took place at Beaumaris, on Saturday. There was hardly any breeze. Five started, with the following ro- suit:— ° i 4 4 0 2- ^>jum 4 56 35 3. Honiara, 4 55 0 m K — 4 58 29 •• Red Spidier 4 59 4a
TREFRIW. The monthly medal competition was held on Saturday, when the Hollowing were the principle net. mfarrna • — H. H. Smith 70 C. Coojper Morris 72 Wa MoGaul 72 A. J. Wright 77 C. CbHey 83
I RHOS-ON-SEA CLUB. 1 PROFESSIONAL RECORD BROKEN. J Fred Collins established a new professional record oif these links a few days ago with the fin-e score of 69. Mr Fred1 N. Clover, of Hamilyn Lodge, Rugelay, who is well-known in the d is- trict as a fine golfer, has been appointed secre- tary of tlhe- oliub. Appended is the result ofc^he mixed foursome par competition, for which'six- teen entered:— Hdp, down prize Mrs Alfred. Shaw and Mr Feraell 6 5 1 Miss Banes and Mr Bythell 7 7 2 Mrs Corthom and Mr c.ort..m. 9 10 Miss Sewell and Mr Wallwork 12 10
PRESTATYN GOLF CLUB- FIRST CAPTAIN'S CUP. The enbries for the qualifying round (medal play) numbered 26. of whom the eight low scores qualified to play in the first round (match play) on or before Saturday, the 17th Septem- ber inst. Result- of first round:— F. K. Thompson be-at T. B. Griffiffith; Ll. B. EH1D;3 beat R. H. Gas- qoroine; R. Morrill beat Ivor H. Eamee; G. T. Lin noil beat C. HUg-he3. The winners play the semi-final on or before Saturday, the 24th inst.
PRESTATYN v. OLD COLWYN. The above match was pjayed on Saturday, on the Old Colwyn Links, in rnirfect w'G.ther, u:d the course being in grand order the matches were mcsii en lovable. Result,:— PRESTATYN. OLD COLWYN. G. T. Linnell 1 Dr. Leerning 0 D. Griffith 1 F. Davies 0 P. S. Brook 1 Dr. Davies 0 F. A. Devenport 1 J. D. -A-,hwcrth 0 T. B. Griffith 1 Rev. H. E. Mocatta 0 LI. B. Ev ans C H. A. Gray 1 V. S. Thornton ID. Crowther 0 T. Jones 1 W. E. Mocatta 0 I 7 T
DOCTORS' ADVICE TO WORKERS. Valuable Hint to Those whose Work i. Brain and Nerve-Exhausting. Here is a practical suggestion along the lines of nwdical recommendation to the higher class worker "who works with brain and r-rv,e s "Drink a cup of Vi-Coooa at breakfast and supper each day for a week, instead of tea, coffee, or ordinary cocoa." Note how the strength and endurance of the brain and nerves will be maintained. Note how the sluggishness (or faintness) that I usually oomes on just before lunch (or din- ner) or mid-afternoon will magically fail to manifest itself. The reason for the recommendation of the Medical Press is a good one indeed. Vi. Cocoa is both (1) food and (2) drink. It is easily digested too. It also aids in the di- gestion of solid foods eaten. For that Tea- eon Vi-Cocoa is the bcst-of-all drinks for those whose stomachs are weak, or whose condition betokens a weakness arising from the fact that "their food does not nourish them." Buy a trial tin of Vi-Cocoa to-day and test it for one week. J30 not ask your grooer for cocoa. Ask for DCDa —it makes all the difference. Every grooer sells Vi-Cocoa in 6d packets and 9d and Is 6d tins.
Innisfame Island now has an automatic light- houao. New machinery has been installed, Innisfame Island now has an automatic light- houao. New machinery Las been installed, wbach turna the acetylene gas on-acid off at dusk &nd dawn, and whioh oniy needs atteatioqj onoe in six moutiba.
CRICKET. LLANYCHAN AND DISTRICT CRICKET CLUB. Batting and bowling averages for seasoi 1910:- BATTING. Column 1 denotes innings; 2, innings not out; 3, runs; 4, highest eoore; and 5, aver- I age. 1 2 3 4 5 J. C. Wvnne-Edwards 22.214.171.124 .36.6 C. C. Mott 15.1.341.70 .244 Dr. Crace Calvert 10.0.201.59 .20.1 W. G. Rigby 5.1. 67.36 .16.7. G. Psrry Jones 4.1. 42 I R. P. Whittington 6.2. 50.16*12^ A. J. Mott 11..1..117.. 36 .11.7 I W. C. Jones 13.0.129..40 9.9 E. Swainson 7.0. 48.23 6.8 R. B. Searell 8.2. 37.12 6.1 A. Swainson 11..0.. 59.32 5.3 D. R. H. Davies 4.0. 20 13 .5 T. J. White 9.1. 32..16 4 R. O. Jones 11.. 0. 41.12 3.7 C. F. Armor 8 .1. 24 1-1 3.4 J. T. Jones 10.4. 15. 5* 2.5 S. Hall-Brooks 4 0. 9. 6 23 J. Hughes 7.2. 8. 3 L6 J. Lloyd 5 .0. 0. 0 — Signifies not out. The following batted in less than fout innings: R. Bieackley 3.0. 9. 6 Dr. HindJey 2.0. 4. 4 R. Serv-aes 2.0. 6. 5 J. M. Salt 3.0. 6. 4 W. Williams 3.0. 17.17 J. Edwards 3.0. 4. 4 David Jonoes 1.0. 4. 4 R. H. Bieackley 2.1. 2. 2 J. Rice Joraes 1.0. 1. 1 H. J. Howell-Evans 1.0. 1. 1 R. Ivor Jones 1.0. 3. 3
I BOWLING. The following bowled in more than flotB innings: — Column 1 denotes overs; 2, maidens; 3, runs; 4, wickets; and 5, avera°v. 1 2 3 4 5 T. J. White 38. 8.117.15. 7.8 W. C. ion-c-s 44. 0. 169 21. 8.09 J. C. Wynne-Edwards 46. 5.132.16. 8.2 E. Swainson 20. 1. 82. 9. 9.1 C. C. Mott 115.16.2126.96.36.199 C. F. Amor 23. 3. 87. 7..12.4 A. J. Mott 17. 1. 63. 4.15.7 D. R. H. Davies 27. 2. 69. 4.17.2 R. B. Searell 33 3. 136 .7. 19.4 A. Swainson 58. 7.157. 8.19.6 The following bowled in less than fool innings: R. P. Whittington. 9. 1. 19. 1. J. Edwards 9. 1. 32. 3. W. Williams 10. 3. 23. 4. R. Bieackley 14. 2. 32. 5.- W. G. Rigby 7. 2.. 5 4.- Dr. Crace Calvert 2. 0. 10. 0.„ R. Ivor Jones 12. 1. 21. 4. R. O. Jonles 4. 0. 2,6 0. R. J. R-owe'd-Evans 11. 2. 43 0. G. Parry Jonas 4. 0. 14. 0. Dr. Hindley 3. 0. 11. 0. Total runs scored by Uanychan, 1565 fotf 140 wickets; against their opponents' 1701 runs for 137 wickets. Matches played, 16; won 6, drawn 1, 1081 9, and cancelled 6. R. H. BLEACKLEY, Hon. See, Mr E. England a prominent Warrington
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defence. On one occasion their goal had a mar- vcl.ous escape. Many attempts were mado_ by the home forwards to score, but ail of them were frustrated. A tussle between Patten and Hwfa Wil'iiajris ended in favour of the latter. Bates just missed, the ball sailing over the cross- bar. D. T. Davies here was respons.ble for some effective play, cle-veriy pulling the home left wing up when they were becoming danger- ous. W. H. Davies finished up smart work by missing by cnehes. Slater now had to leave the field owing to a,a injury to his knee. Kingsley Mcwon brought off a fine save, and was ti:en beaten, but off-side was successfully timed, although it looked a good goal. It was decided- ly hard lines, as a lead just at this stag'o of the game would have been very uielul. Nothing further was do.ae up to the interval, when the score stood:— Bangor 1, Brymbo 1. The home team re-commenced without Slater. The game was stopped early in tho second half owing to J. Janes, Bangor's left full back, be- iing injured, but he soon resumed. The Bangor from rank dashed' well away, but- offside stayed their further progress. Brymbo tdieri had a try, but D. T. Davies was penalised. Mason. had to run out to clear his charge, and then Hwfa Williams cleverly pulled Brymbo up. Slater now re-appeared, and was warnuy cheer- ed. An exciting scene followed in the visitors' goalmouth. Bates centred, and Ted Owen jump- ed at the ball, but only partially secured it, and he was tackled by two of the home forwards, and the bail was rushed i-rto the net. PLAYERS CHANGE BOOTS! A short stoppage took place "Jhile two of the home men changed boots—a somewhat singular proceeding. Some clever footwork by the Brym- bo forwards cau.sxxl the visitors' defenders con- siderable anxiety, and time after time they were severely tested. Brymbo were now showing excellent form. A long, dropping shot was sent into the goal, and Hwfa Wiil'.ams was going to head it, when Davies dashed in and took it cleverly off his head and put it just out of the reach of Owen. This third goal of Brymbo was a splendid piece of work, and the spec- tators to a rare pitch. Still keeping up the pies- sure, a foul near goal gave Patten a grand open- mg, and he made no mistake as wcth a low, swift shot he found the net for the fourth time. The visitors rushed towards the home goal, and, forced' a corner, and for a time the ball hovered around the Brymbo goal, but the siege was eventually raised. The visitors pressed for a time, but could not reduce theur opponents' lead. Owen was responsible for a brilliant save, but everybody thought a goal: was certain. He was hurt in the melee, but he soon resumed playing. T.O. Jones just skimmed the visitors' cross-ba.r. Anotlier shot from thE, sania player was fisted out by Owen. The visitors, secured a corner, but from it Bryirbo got well away and had a similar advantage, but they did not improve upon 11.. Bangor livened u.p wonderfully, and Owen got a fine goal. J'm Jones was hurtl a.nd was off tho field for a. short time. Bangor's goal had a. lucky escape, a fast shot striking one of the uprights. Bates also had, hard lines with a good; shot. Result:—Brymbo 4, Bangor 2.