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COMBINATION.

FLINT TROUNCE DENBIGH.

RHYL GAIN TWO POINTS.

NORTH WALES COAST LEAUU6.

- THE BATTLE OF THE QUARRYMEN.

BERRIES PLAY NINE MEN.

HARBOURMEN'S EASY WIN. -

LLANDUDNO JUNCTION TOO GOOD…

THE SOLITARY GOAL.

DIVISION II.

---CHESTER AND DISTRICT LEAGUE.

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CHESTER AND DISTRICT LEAGUE. BAG ILL TROUT DENBIGH CHURCH GUILD. Bagritlt Denbigh Church Guild 1 The Denbigh Church. Guild were at home to Bagiilt on Saturday. The kick off was fixed for 3.45, but owing to a delay on the road, to the visitors, who came, iia brakes, they "'•are not able to appear on the ground until about 4-15 They were oocam- panied by a good number of supporters and it may be safely said that they comprised prac- tically half of those on the field. The weather was. tine, though warm for football playing. Mr M. Newt-oa, Chester, lined up the teams in the following order — CHURCH GUILD: Haywood; D. Hughes and P. Cartwright; A. Roberts, T. A. Davies, and W. Taylor; W. Griffiths, Edward Jones, F. Lloyd; Len. Lewis, and Geo. Lewis. BAGILLT: Nath. Reeoe; Cassidy and Frod. Thomas; Edward Griffiths, Ben Edwards, and R. O. Jones; A. Jomes, J. N. Jones, T. O. Jones, Thos. Davies, and Hairry Evans. The homestera won the toss and played down the slope, with a bright sun at their backs. Evans immediately set the visitors' forwards moving. Tlioy broke through successfully until they came to the full-back line, where Cart- wright offered a stubborn resistance. The latter cleared but his forwards did not follow the ball up and the visitors werd soon swarming around the hoino defence, and T. O. Evans almost opened the visitors' soore. Haywood, from the kick-out, placed T. A. Davies (Denbigh) in pos- session. but he was robbed. Fred Lloyd effected a smart "trap" and! after soma neat driboLLag, pased to Griffiths on the wing..The. latter tirnedi the shot to a nicety and! aiad ran down a few yards to get into better position, finally sanding* in a splendid' shot which Reeoe failed: to stop. The visitors rallied well. From the wing Harry Evans served up numerous beautiful passes and his. colleagues on the forward line tried hard for goal but Hay- wood luckily managed to hold his own. He fisted out on everal occasions when he could have effected a much more complete cloaranoe by using his feet. Cartwright eventually cleared. For a few minuted the visitors had to defend from a spirited attack on the part of the Guild. Geo. Lewis nearly suoooeded in adding to the score. Griffiths also had a good opportunity, but was too slow, and the ball went out of play. When the leather was again sent into play, Evans, the visitors', outside-right, sailed, up the wing at a marvellous pace and, easily dribbling past Geo. Lewis, he crowned a splendid run up with a meat pass to his centre forward, who fourad the net with a good shot. Thence to half- time the visitors had much of their own way and the centre-half and the outbids-right added to the score before the interval. Ilaif-time score: Bagillt 3, Churdh Guild 1. The second half avoured the visitori even more. After about ten minutes' play, Evans worked his way through to within a few yards of the home gloal. The both backs rushed to stop him, but oollidod.. Before they rooovered the alert oentre-forward netted the ball in the left cornor. The centre gave the homesters a little advantage for a time, but before full-time T. A. Davies, Geo. Lewis amd Fred. Lloyd were unsuccessfully potting for goal. There was no further soormg.

FRIENDLIES.

WAS A SOLO RUN

A WIN FOR LLANDUDNO AMATEURS.

'A USELESS PENALTY. -

'OIlERS PLAY NINE MEN.

LAST SATURDAY'S RESULTS.

NEXT SATURDAY'S FIXTURES.I

5th BATT. ROYAL WELSH FUSILIERS.

NOTES AND COMMENTS.

LLANBERIS CRACKERS.

MADOC MUSINGS.

BANGOR BANGS.

PWLLHELI PEBBLES.

NORTH WALES WEDNESDAY LEAGUE.

THE BANGOR CLUB.

FIXTURES.

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LEAGUE-SECOND DIVISION.

APPOINTMENT OF CHAIRMAN.

THE SHIELD.

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