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THE CANARIES AT COLWYN BAY.

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THE CANARIES AT COLWYN BAY. Colwyn Bay 2 Carnarvon 1 Aft?r effect:ng a very creditable draw against Blaenau Festiniog a fortnight ago, the Carnar- von ■ in journeyed to Catwyn B^y on Satttrd.'iy in search of League points. Both previous games played by the Bay"le8 had resulted in de- f-eat but the committee gave the same team another chaace. Mr Vincent, Llandudno, placed tbe teams in the following order:- CAKxNARVON: J. H. Jones; E. Hughes and R. Orton Jones; E. P. Roberts, M. Merljert and J. WJiianis; R. H. Roberts, Tom Roberts, Walter Jones, H. Roberts and Jno. Jones. COL W Y N BAY: Hughes; T. McCann and E. O. Williams; Ned. Griffiths, E. Roberts, R. Rowlands; Southern, Snanley Hughes, E. Phil- lip, N. Pritchard, a.nd ilowel PriæJtard. A brilliant aummer sun bathed the ground and tlw players were aoon wishing for la buth 01 another sort. Ell 16 mineral waters would have been wclcome, for we fairly sweltered undoer the sun's rays. Even the spectators sweated, so we may forgi v-e the perapirmg gladiators in the ring, WHO natu- rally tooK things as oeiasy as possible. And little blame to them. Colwyn Bay wene the first to mak-e laD. opening. Stanley Hughes swept the ground with a fine cross shot which Alfred Joaee cleared at tho expense of a fruitless corner. At th-e other end Walter and Johnny Jones initiated a neat little movement, but nothing was gained, Johnny's centre going astray. Pretty foot w-ork by Southern gave Phillips, the Colwyn Bay new centre, a chance to show his metal, and it was the merest bit of luck for Jones that he kept his end clear. A series o £ penalties were awarded against Carnarvon for alleged illegitimate tactica, and Norman Pritch- ard ail but handed from a free-kick by Ned Griffiths. A second later Norman again telapted Jones with a beauty. After some open play in fronit of too Carnarvon goal Jonai had to net out twice before he clearc-d properly. At this stage, Colwyn Bay were unquestionably enj-oying THE BEST OF THE GAME, notwithstanding a troiibieson» sun in their faoes. The only serious attack from the visitors same through Waiter Jonea and Hugth Roberts, both of whom were seen to advantage at this stage. Some give and take play folaewed and NEITHER SmE HAD SCORED AT HALF-E. A few minutes after p,y was resumed Nor- man Pritohard missed a penalty kick, t,b., ball striking the cro«_bar and rebounding into piay. Before long be made up for this with a useful dribble from midfield to within dftooting distance- of the Carnarvon keeper. Obatlenged. by Mor- gan Jones, he dribkied it to Phillips, who, after smartly beatiag tbs back, scored with a deft drive. Carn4w-von got going, and a lorlamom" took place in front of Hughes, which leed to a penalty awnt*. Coiwyn Bay. Walter Joites-ahai into Hughes' lap, and the goalie sa-vod his charge amid loud applause. Though. obviously ou'bclajasd, Carnarvon persevered, and took ad- vantage of every point.. Their doggednesa at length was rewarded^ when H. Roberts BEAT HUGHES ALL THE WAY with a delightful drive from tho right wing. Within a minute from close Colwyn Bay again took the lead per Southern after a passing bout between Hughes and hinwelf. J.um on timo a penalty was taken by McOann was well cleared by Jones, tbe Carnarvon custodian. Final:—■ Colwyn Bay 2, Carnarvon 1.

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