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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.

MADOC MUSINGS.

BANGOR BANGS.

PWLLHELI PEBBLES.

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PWLLHELI PEBBLES. The wet weather last season considerably damped the ardour of the local players. • • • It is not a pleasant thing to be in debt. Th* town club's gate receipts last season were so small that a heavy debt was incurred. • • • • There aro many go-ahead footballers in town, and recruits aro very numerous. If they were well trained and disciplined they would bo a fine acquisition to the town club. • > • • Charlie Morris and T. Smalley, who played in League matches last year, were amongst the crefl of the 'Carnarvon Bay," which foundered ol her voyage to Melbourne. t They were saved, and every footballer rejoiced —indeed tho whole town rejoiced when the glaa tidings reached the town that they had beel rescued. • • • • Tommy Williams is as full of football as eV^ but ho is not likely to take a leading part in game this season owing to a mishap to his »e»" • • » • But Den Evans is as lively as ever. He II ready for the fray-home or away. Bob Ellis, the veteran, is undecided as to wb3* course he wilt take this year. • • • • As there are no Limerick competitions n0^' hopes are entertained that Jim Ellis will dev0 his spare time to football. Much is expected from Hardcastle. I It is time the County School footballers shoul be stirring. Why not have a match bt-tween County School team and a team made up town boys The penalty of having the ground closed d^ ing September has taken away tho little that m-av have been attached) to the early day of football, but with play beginning next faatur- da.y the club will start in earnest. J a • » • There has baen some die-lay in getting i*1^? order. The annual meeting was only called las*' Ftiday and bho aooounts unfortunately show big balance on the wroTM" side. < < < It is, however, no use crying over spilt milkj and it is to be hoped the new committee vil pull together and work energetically. < « < « Several old players will not be available, but the younger members of last year's team show promise of improvements and a fair side should be raased. • • • a There is a little uncertainty whether our I year's goalkeeper will lx available, and if he 19 unable to play it will be a great loss to the «i,lib; but it is still hoped that he will figure in his old position. • • a a Charlie Morris who used to play for the club so wen at outeide-left was on the "Oaruarvon Bay" a-nd we were all rdad to hear he had b picked up in the punt boat that was found. v • • J. Smalley, brother to Will Smalley, who played so well in tho cup-ties last season, was also aboard, and we are also glad to say was safely landed. Will'Smalley, by tho way, got his tickets on the same diav as the news of the wreck of his brother's ship reached England. Our only regret is that he will be probably goinir to sea too soon to allow him to play for us tliib season. a a a a Thl) new rule in the Junior Cup Competition should prove a great encouragement to younff p layers and-. it is to be hoped that reserve matche* will be arranged.

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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