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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.

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.

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LLANBERIS CRACKERS. (By "Spectator.") The Llanb?ris football fraternity turned' out in large numbers on the Dolbadarn Field on Saturday to witness the struggle between the Quarrymen, and, of course, full of hope that their pets would vanquish tho men of 'Stiniog. But they were sorely disappointed! < < Within ten minutes of the start it was evident tha.t Festiniog were bent on becoming acquain- ted with the locale of the ne-ta, and' also that the hom-o custodian was not up to hit* previous Sat- urday's form by a long way. • • The homesters seemed to ho holding their own very well for a few minutes, and when Buck soored they made things hum for the time being. • • • • W. J. Hughes, the visiting centre-forward, "nodded" a good goal from a oorner. Beinig a decent goal the custodian could not be blamed. But tho crowd were filled1 with dismay when W. R. Owen found the net again tin similar fashion, adl being due to too delicate clearing'. » ft A At this stage the feelings of the crowd went up and down in a startling manner due to dazzling runs and taiiio endings. • Johnny Evans' solo run thoroughly deserved all the applause given him. • • It was a pity the penalty did' not materialise for it might have changed the trend of the match. • • • » After this, the homesters managed to score another goal from a oorner, aoo then iL wati a case of "putting up the shutters." • « « The Festinkng players were by ino means brilliant. The iorwards were iast, and happen- ed' to know each other's play, but the goals eoored were nothing' to boast of. Still they count on. the chart. The defenders from' 'Stiniog were not as in- nocent of infringements. Smith in the nets, diminutive though ho is, was agile as ever, but he was never severely tested in the last half. The home forwards were very uneven, Johnny Evans was the star performer, Buck being a good second. E. R. Williams was the most hard-working of the halves. The other two did some telling work, too. • t « The full-baclcs only occasionally shone, G. M. Owen, '0:. one or two occasions, saving the goal in the nick of time, whilst Owen Morris punted well and used his weight to advantage. • • • • Mr Wm. Griffith, the referee, had a good con- trol over the game throughout.

MADOC MUSINGS.

BANGOR BANGS.

PWLLHELI PEBBLES.

NORTH WALES WEDNESDAY LEAGUE.

THE BANGOR CLUB.

FIXTURES.

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-LÂ S..-FOOTBALL- I

LEAGUE-SECOND DIVISION.

APPOINTMENT OF CHAIRMAN.

THE SHIELD.

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