OUR SPORTS PAGE. LEAGUE—FIHST DIVISION. FOOTBALL- 1 Results up to Saturday, November 5th: Goals P. W. L. D. For A'st. PtF. Sunderland 11 6 0 5 21 12 17 Manchester U. 11 8 2 J 7 1(- Middiesbro' 10 5 0 5 ]< f, Aston Villa 10 6 2 2 Notts Forest 12 6 J 2 24 19 U Everton ll 6 4 £ ,-r io Bradford City. 10 5 3 2 Notts County 11 4 3 4 14 14 J- Newcastle U. 11 4 4 J 11 Okfcham A. 10 4 3 o U 10 Tottenham H. 11 4 5 2 }J J* -rj Sheffield vv. 10 o 4 NX. 12 | | | }f S 9 Shifficlcf "u. 11 I 5 5 '2 15 6 Woolw.-oh A. 11 2 5 4 9 15 8 Blackburn R 11 2 6 | ? Liverpool 11 3 7 J g 7 Bristol City 10 3 o i Manchester C. H 2 2 x0 b
LEAGUE—SECOND DIVISION. Remits up to Saturday, November 5th — Goais P. W. L. D. For A st. Pts. West Broon. A. 11 5 1 5 20 Clapton Orient 10 5 1 4 Bo Iron W i2 5 3 4 15 17 14 Hull City 10 5 2 3 20 12 13 Wolver'ton W. 11 b 4 1 18 13 -3 Burnley 11 4 2 5 15 12 13 Chelsea 9 5 2 2 20 5 12 Leicester Fosse 10 6 4 0 16 11 12 Blacicpool 10 4 2 4 11 10 1* Fulha-n 10 5 4 1 14 8 U Giossop 12 4 5 3 10 22 11 Bradford 11 £ 4 /I 17 17 10 Derby Coimty. li g4 10 :8 I « a g || Stockport C.11 3 6 2 13 20 8 Hudderstkld T. 8 3 4 1 10 10 7 Birm.;ng h 10 2 5 3 8 16 7 «W=* i » *1 'th Results un to Saturday, November 5th:—
COMBINATION. Results un to Saturday, November 5th:— uoals r. W. 1.. 1). For.Agst.Pts. Which urch 7 5 2 0 26 8 10 Bryrnbo Vic. 6 5 1 0 14 9 10 Oswestry U. 9 4 3 2 Chester 7 3 3 1 21 18 7 Flint United 7 3 3 1 12 18 7 Connah's Quay. 5 3 2 0 13 Bangor 5 2 2 1 14 10 5 Saltney 6 2 3 1 13 11 5 Wrexham 6 2 4 0 14 :2 4 Ehvl 5 2 3 0 7 13 4 Denbigh Town 5 0 5 0 2 23 0
NORTH WALES COAST LEAGUE. (DIVISION I.) ("North Wales Chronicle" Challenge Cup.) Results up to Saturday, November 5th:- (loals P. W. L. D. For A't Pus. Bangor Res. 5 4 1 0 14 6 8 Llandudno A. 3 2 0 1 & B. Festiniog 6 1 2 3 13 lo 5 Holyhead S. 4 2 2 0 10 6 4 Liailrwst T 4 2 2 0 0 4 4 -LI'd,udno Jurio. 3 2 1 0 6 5 4 Colwyn Bay 4 2 2 0 6 10 4 Carnarvon U.- 4 1 2 1 U 9 3 Lianberis U. 5 1 3 i I a n Pwllheli T 2 0 2 0 3 9 0 .————————————-
OEFEAT OF BANGOR RESERVE. AMATEUR PLAYER HURT. A LAST MINUTE GOAL. (By "Recorder.") Llandudno Bangor Reserve 1 A good sized crowd turned out to witness &iis match at Bangor on Saturday for the Chers aire always warm favourites m the city, and they have provided ma.ny a, battle royal. Bangor put on a strong side, including Hwfa Williams, "D.T. and Hughie Davies, of the Combination team, whilst Llandudno ex- geri merited with Goodue, who has superseded tallard. The teams were: — BANGOR RESERVE: Ted Owen; Hwfa Williai ns and D. J. Thomas; Arthur Owen, I Stanley, and D. T. Davies; Rowlands, R. Jones, Brown, H. Davies, amd Harry Evans. LLANDUDNO: L. Goodie; J. H. Jon'S and Ben Morris; Jack BTown, T. Johnson, and Harold Pearson; T. Cleave, J. Williams, D. Da vks, B. Davies, and Jimmy Williams. I Referee: Mr Wolch, Crewe. The first dmoidout of note was the referee ocrderix^ D. T. Davies to remove a cigarette from liiis mout,h-,t very wise a-etkwi which might be copied by other referees, for nothing looks so unbecoming on a football field than a p i ay or with a cigarette sprouting cut of his mouth. It was some time before the teams got going', play beitng confined to mid- fietld. Brown got a move on, but J. Henry Jones -nipped his run in the bud, and led to Ted Owen being tested, and Arthur Owen upset the calculations of Cleave. llwfa. was GTiiLty of a mighty mis kick which nearly coat Bangor & goal, but Cleave sent behind, after Ted had fisted out from Brown. An un- fortunate acoidecit occurred. Just now liibtie Jimmy Williams and Arthur Owie-n jumped together in order to head the ball, and they bunged theiir heads, the Llan- wiudcic forward being led off WITH A BANDAGED HEAD. ,The Bangor linesman now reported a Llandudno spectator for some thing or other. Bangor's first goal resulted from a tine centre from Arthur Owen, who dropped the ball from almost the cor- ner post right on H. Davies' head. Hughio in- clined his head, and sent the ball swiftly into the corner of the net safely out of Goodie's reach. Though a goal ahead, it was by no means Ban- gor's game, and they continually pressed, Hwfa kicking cut at the slightest provocation. Johnny llliams was on one occasion steadying himself for a dead "cert." when D. T. Davies rushed at him and neatly turned his foot, with the result that his effort went wide. Llandudno kept on pegging away with ten men, and at last reward came their way, Bob Davies having the honour, not only of equalising, but of scoring his first goal of tho season, and a fine 'un it was too. At the Llandudno end "D. T." sent in a speculator, which skimmed the bar. Then Bob Morris, in attempting to clear, conceded a corner, but Brown cleared very smartly. An almost incredi- ble incident occurred near the Llandudno goal. Instead of handling the ball from a slow shot (especially as the bail was greasy) Goodie attempt- ed to kick out when lo and behold he just man- aged to touch the ball, and H. Davies snapped it up. He found himself with an open goal when he struck the post. The Bangorians were ALL SIXES AND SEVENS. and the defence had not the slightest compunction about kicking out. Johnny Williams sent in a magnificent shot frcm the touch line, only to find Ted Owen quite at home. Away rushed the home forwards, and Hughie Davies looked all over a scorer, but Ben Morris rushed at him and cleared T. Johnson just close to tho interval brought Ted Owen to his knees. Half time: Bangor 1, Llandudno 1. SECOND HALF. In the second half Jimmy VViltiam3 turned out to the accompaniment of loud 'cheers. The
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NOTES. (By "Nemo.") Bangor and Llandudno are o'd rivals. The teania which faoed eaoh other to-day were very evenly inatched, aiid their colours on the green field looked very well. For qUIte ten minutes play was confined en- tirely to niidiiold, and it was Ted Owen who was first called upon to liandle, and he had difficulty in clearing cn account of being harassed by Jimmy Williams. The Latter player was soon afterwards compelled to leave the field on ac- count of an injury received through colliding with A. Owen. An unexpected spurt, on the part of Ban,ge. cu..niina,Ai in a brilliant goal. A long clearanco by Stanley was trapped by Rowlands near tho ocraer ila, and Jw, wihout hesitation., centred nicely to Hug-hio Davies, who, conveniently situated, pa t Gocdic. Llandudno were by no means discouraged, for they attacked more vigorously than ever, and after a. sbries of ticks. by II wfa alternately on the Jaoies-streeit roofs and Friars field, Johnny Wiliiams was seen to centre across tho Bangor goalmouth, where Bob Davies instantly netted. Hwfa. was absolutely off form; his Shooting beting a matter of general comment, especial- ly among the Llandudno sp>e«tatoris. Hie cither members of the team were by no meajis immune from this fault. The crowning error, however, was com- mitted by Hughio Davies. Goodie, who had run out of goal to clear a tame shot mieeed his kick, and Hughie Davies, who had run up, found himself with an empty goal front- ing him. To the amazement of all he struck the post, the ball being ultimately cleared easily. The scoro remained imchainged art; the in- terval, up to which the visitors had had the larg-or slia.re of the game, and in fact quite deserved to be lead Lug by at Least a goal. Tho opening of the second half was particu- larly lively—the gamo being played at a fast 1 ,a< Several good opportunities were not avaded of by Bangor, and great pressure on the Llandudno goal was sustained for son.e time. A terdic onslaught on the Bangor goal saw the Bangor defenoe "quite a.t sea," and a series of brilliant saves by Ted Owen were loudly applauded. A tine movement, led by Brown, put the Llan- dudno defence in difficulties, the ball being cleared, and returned close in time after time. J.II. Jones-, however, relieved with a hug kick to tho delight of the Llandudno oontlngent, which were present in largo numbers. Exciting incidents were continually occurring in the Llandudno goal, and it was remarkable how it escaped. The Llandudno full backs adopted the very unsportsmanlike practice of kicking out. On the wholo Lla.ndndmo w-eoo the ibettt-er team, but during t-he latter moiety Bamigoc had monopolised the attack. In the iast few seconds the Llandudno right wimg advanced, amd Jack Brown, rounding the backs, beat Ted Owen 0:000 in. Thus an ipxoalleirJt game resulted in Ban- gor receiving, thierlr first defeat, and Lkill- dudmo maintaining their unbeaten record.
TUSSLE BETWEEN THE QUARRY- MEN. Blaonau Festiniog' 3 I Lianberis 3 I Played at Festiniog on Saturday. FES'lINIOG C. lJameb; Tom Hughes, M. J. Morris; Jim Lloyd, W. Bangor Jones, and W. H. Williams; Bob Roberts, John Hughes, W. J. Hughes, Harold Collins, and W. R. Owen. LLANBERI8: 1*1. Crowtcr; Bob Lloyd and Owen Morris; Dan Jones, W. R. Pritchard and W. R. Thomas; Hugh Lloyd', Buck, W. R. Wil- liams, Dan Roberts and W. R. Thomas. Referee: Mr Vincent, Llandudno. Twice the Quarrymen missed fine openings, one a very bad one indeed. Although the Quarry- men pressed the Lianberis backs wero able to send their forwards, and Hugh Lloyd having pos- session of the baU opened the score beautifully. There was sterling play on both sides, and no waste of time. A corner for tho Quarrymen re- sulted in a clearance. The home team again closed on the visitors' goal smartly, and in spite of good advances they cculd not pene- trate the defence. Lianberis, on the right, indulged in pretty passes. The Quarrvmen, how- ever, grouped themsolvos round tho Lianberis goal, and endangered tho citadel for a oor.sider- ;iijl« time, and DLime.s experienced great diiiiculty in clearing. Soon, the Quarry men got close, to their opponents' goai once moro, bwt wore again reipuleed. The visitors now indulged in beauti- ful passing along tho wing, and ultimately W. R. Williams scored again for Lianberis. After this roverjc the homesters pressed, and main- tained it for some time. They were awarded a corner, which was not fruitful. Tho Lianberis left win,g did excellent work, and frequently jeopardized the homo goal. A penalty was awarded the visitors for an infringement, and W. Thomas took the kick, and netted. This was the last event of interest in tho first half. The interval arrive! with the ecoro reading:—Festin- iog 3, Llanberig 1. Tho second half was again very strenuous. The Quarrymen attacking in splendid style in the visitors' goal, Owen Morris was unfortunate in failing whein convendemtiy placed near the home goal. A cornctr accrued to them, but was cleared. Thenceforwaixd tho viisiibors were quifto masters of the situa- tion displaying far superior footbadl to that of tlhe homesters. Their efforts at scoring, however were continuaLly frustrated by the home defence. A melee in the visitors' goal- mouth gave (the hoinesiteirs a. chance, of which they availed themselves. After this therir play improved, aind the equaliser came close on time. Final result: Festinuog, 3; Llanboris, 3.
PWLLELI'S FRUITLESS VISIT TO COLWYN SAY. Colwyn Bay 3 Pwllheli 1 Pwllheli were at Colwyn Bay on Saturday in search of League points. They were a physically strong side, while the heme eleven wore all the stronger through the return of Charlie Hailwood ifitho goal, amd Norman Pritchard on the left. COLWYN. BAX; C. Hallwocd; Roberts and E. O. Williainii Nod Griffiths, MeCann and R. Rowlands; Southern, Stanley Hu<ghe>, Pliillips, HoweJ. Pritohard aod Norman Pntobird. PWLLHELI: W. W. Williams; Rowley Hughes and Griffith Davies; Will. Griffith, W. Hughes, and T. T. Owen; W. Hughes, R. O. Morgan, Bon. Evans, David Hughes, and Llew. White. Mr J. B. Morgan, Port Dinorwic, was the referee. During the first 15 minutes Colwyn Bay at- tacked almost without a break, but he visiting baeks defended with cvnspicuoU1 success. The home forwards played with refreshing vigour the passing cf the five apparently demoralising the Pwllncli halves. Nevertheless, a goal was not to be found. At one point Phillips was given a beautiful opening by Stanley Hughes, but after beating the opposing btcks lie shot yards wide with only the man-in-charge to beat. Directly afterwards Stanley forced another opening, and this time he took personal advantage of it, a tremendous footer off his foot just kissing the crossbar as it went over on the wrong side. At the other end Hailwood fielded for the first time a capital drive by the Pwllheli right wing. Then Southern and Stanley broke through on the home right, and forced a scrimmage fully 15 yards out- side the net. At length Southern whipped in a deft drive, which beat the visitors' keeper all the way. Two minutes later the Pritchard wing got into action, and a lovely cross shot by Norman was cleared, the little man drove again, and with a perfectly judged shot from ten yards' range off the left corner flag ho found the net beautifully. Notwithstanding their opponents' two goals lead, Pwllheli played up spiritedly, but nothing s'cmed to favour them. Hailwood eleared with his fist, tho only really dangerous shot directed at him, and this came from the visiting outside left—a capital effort. Half-time: Colwyn Bay 2, Pwllheli nil. Pwllheli soon madie it clear, on Tesumihiig, that they were by no memos a n'2¡g1¡j,g-¡;b!) quantity. Their opening tactics during the second moiety wero full of promise. Bern. Evans, who at last appeared to have found his fiect, lod his mcn in dietermintd fashion, and after ten minutes of sha,rp work 8n home half W. Hugthios opened out the gc-me neatly for Bea, who Tan through, and at ten yards' rang-e had mo difficikJty in put,tiin,g the ball past the homo koc-per. Thenceforward matters brightened up considerably, and both emdis were again and a,gain visited in turn, but neither side was effective on front of goal. The homo fcwwaTds had changed their methods by this time—the pnetty an-d profit-able riiovemkints of tho initial half having g-iven way to tho kick-and-rush gMne., which privid unproductive. For the visi- tors, W. Hughes madia 'two apLemdid attempts, one of which just went over tho bar. The re- feree apparently thought Hailwcod hit the ball ovor, and gave a comer, which, however, proved abortive. Eventually Ned Griffith beat the opposing left wrng, and sent along to Stanley Hughos, who followod for all he vvaj worth, but a visitor's foot intervened, Phillip, however, eventuady came to his colleague's assistance and netted srriaiftly. Tho sajne player all but rucoeed- ed again, some minutes afterwards from a "scrum" in fro.it, of the visiting keeper. Col- wyn Bay maintained the attack, a.nd tJ10 PwJl- heli banks repüatodly kicked out unnecessariiry. Ju t before time Stanley Hughes called forth all Wilii&ms'H skill in dealing with a fine.shot at el'oso quarters. Final result: Colwyn Bay 3. Pwliheli 1.
NORTH WALES COAST LEAGUE. (DIVISION II.) (Russell Challenge Cup). Results upi bo Saturday, November 5t'h:- Goals P. W. L. D. For A't Pts. Glasinfryn S. 5 4 1 0 38 6 8 Llechiid Swifts. 4 3 0 1 9 5 7 Holyhead Res. 3 3 0 0 10 2 6 Pcn'mawr 3 2 0 1 8 3 5 Llan'no J. Res. 5 1 2 2 9 9 4 Llan'fechan 4 1 2 1 7 17 3 Colwyn Bay C. 4 1 3 0 3 10 2 Menai Bridge. 4 1 3 0 5 14 2 *B' gor Juniors 3 0 2 1 5 22 1 Llandudno Res. 3 0 3 0 1 5 0 *Bangor Juniors have resigned.
COLWYN BAY CELTS VAN- QUISHED AT KOLYEAD. Holyhead Reserve 4 Colwyn Bay Celts O 1 These teams met on Saturday at Holhead and the folilowiing players appeared in charge of Mr Thomas, Bangor: — HOLYHEAD RESERVE: Newton Wil- liams; Dick Lewis and Jamcis Evams; R. J. Joints, Hyam, and 0. W&liaons; Hugh Brown, J. Jones, Hugh Williams, Thomson Reiecte, Johnaiv Jones (Londonnroad). COLWYN BAY CELTS: D. Ll. Jones; Ted Paitry and E. R. Jomcs; J. Hughes, Llew. Roberts, and W. T. Hoskins; Alford, Lurut, E. J. Davies, R. Jones, and Wm. Roberts. Holyhead won the toss, a.nd gave the visitors the benefit of the wind, but they had to contend against the mys of the sun. The game opcaied very quietly, play being of a very scrappy mature, though Holyhead had the beitteir of the argument. The homesters were attacking w.arunly, but Jones, in goal, was playing a good game. Scoring was opsmcd by Thomson Eeece, after a nice ex- hibition by the homo right wing. Betfone half-time John-ny Jones (London-road) put on No. 2, after some fine play by R J. Jones. Half-time Holyhead Reserve 2. Colwyn Bay 0. Upon resuming the game continued to be of a poor nature, and there was nothing of incident throughout the whole of tho game. Holyhead had all .the play, and their defence was seldom troubled. Tho third goal for Holyhead was soared by H. Williams, and resulted from a fine bit of piay by Hyam, who wa3 tho best half-back on the field, a.nd R. j. Jones tho weakest. Holy- head still pressed, and J. Jones (London-road) and Hugh Brown put in somo deft touches. The fourth point was notche.d by Ilvam. this being led up to by a very neat pa36 from Owen Wil- li aims. Holythead, however, although master of the situation could not add to their score, but they gained several corners. Tho gamo throughout was devoid of excitement, and was witnessed by only a fair crowd of spectators. Referee Thomas gave general satisfaction, and the better team won, and although tho score was only 4-0 it should have boon doubled easily. In order to strengthen the team for the Junior Cup to meet Llechid next Saturday the committee will have to find a left half-back, as R. J. Jones, who played a fairly good game, if unable to kick with his left foot. Final result: Holyhead Res. 4, Colwyn Bay Celts 0.
HONOURS EVEN AT THE JUNCTION. Llandudno Junction Res. 2 Llechid Swifts 2 In a Second Division Coast League fixture teams met at Llandudno Junction on Saturoiiy before a fair crowd. Referee R. Hersee, Llandudno, called tho ployers together in the following- order:— LLANDUDNO JUNCTION RES.: Llow. Parry; W. E. Jones and A. Dutton; J. R. Owen, Hugh Parry and J. H. Parry; T. Craven, D. Parry, Brookes-Evans, T. Mogan and Evan Jones. LLECHID SWIFTS: R. A. Griffith; W. Jones and Edward Owen; R. W. Thomas, T. Owen and Tom Jones; T. L. Roberts, T. Donaldson, W. T. Jones, Georga Williams and Joe Hughes. Llechid won the spin of the coin, an,' elected to defend the bottom goal. They got to work early, and when within tho penalty area, with tho five Llechid forwards pressing upon him, Dutton slipped, and iho ball went into the Junc- tion net off h's foot, that player thus sooring against his own side, and the visitors scoured success about ten minutes from the start. Then Llandudno Junction pa-d a visit to IJcdhid's goal, and Brookes-Evans, afcr soma manoeuvring on the right wing-, placed nicely to Evan Jones. The latter banged in a splendid shot, which Griffiths turned round the post in fine style, a corner ensued. A foul against Llechid looked dangerous, but the Junctionites failed to mate use of it. and they also missed a grand chance of equalising when a foul was given against tho visiting goalie for carrying. Then Tom Craven got in a fine ground shot from the Junction right, but Grif- Eth saved, amd Evan Jones got it in, and the keeper fisted to corner, which pro-rod fruitless. Smart work by Brookes-Evans resulted in another corner being given tho Llandudno Junction, but this again only served to dhow what sound defesnce Llechid possessed, ondl at the other end Llechid inside left was palpably offside v/hen well placed. Llechid again attacked, and Donald- &on let fly over the bar from a good, centre from Joe Hughes. Llechid were far and awav the better team, their combination and dash being a treat, whilst their defence was also sound. IIaJf-timo: Llechid Swifts 1, Llandudno Junction 0. The Junctionites had the best of matters after Crossing over, and it was only two minutes after the start that W. Jones, Llechid, emulated the Junction back by heading through his own goal. End to end play followed, and the Junction left wing got going. Brookes Evans centred across goalmouth, and D. Parry sent in a dropping shot which Griffiths misjudged completely. Llan- dudno Junction then took the load. Llechid at- tacked vigorously, Llew Parry saving a grounder 'from the right. Llechid were not to be beaten, however, and again they made an attack on the Junction goal, and tho equalistrr came as a surprise. Llechid inside left tried a pot shot from near the half-way line, which Llew. Parry, purely from lack of inches, was totally unable to stop. This made matters level once more, and both teams strove hard for a winning goal, but time canni before it was found. Fina!: Llandudno Junction 2, Llechid 2.
COLLAPSE OF THE BRIDGITES. (By Verax"). Glasinfryn I. 6 Menai Bridge 1 A well-contested game took place at Glasintryn on Saturday, when Menai BrkLgo Visited the Swifts. Mr E. Lloyd Williams marshalled the teams as under :— GLASINFRYN: T. Davies; J. R. Jonea an-d Will Thomas; Whitehead, Chas. Pierce (oapt.) &nd Ed-win Davies; Robin Thomas, Hugh::e Edwards, Da,vid Hughes, Frank Pierce Will Thomas. MENAI BRIDGE: Will Geo. Williams and W. Edwards; J. C. Jones, R. T. Williams and II. LJ. Williams; A. Hughes, J. R. Owen, Instoaw, W. Jones and Gerard. Play for a timo was of a scrambling nature, but tho advantage of the exchange lay with the honwihers. Presently, after forcing a corner H. T. Williams netted neatly. This reverse warmed the visitors up, who immediately be,an to press but their scoring proclivities wore evi- dently not in working* order. Play for a time was quiet, and thougih both oustodians were tested in .turn neither was found, wanting, some capital saves being witnessed. It eoon became evident that the teams, though not very evenly matched,, would play to a finish. The visitors on one occasion rushed the field, carry- ing all before them, and Gerrard equalised from a scrimmage in front of goal. The homesters retaliated, and Hughie Edwards taking a penalty, through 'handling tactics, gave his "side the necessary iead. This goal put fresh enthusiasm into tho Swifts, and from a fino piece of combination Wiil Thomas sbt a neat goal practically unprevent- ahlc. There was now no slowing down on the part of the Swifts. Their opponents seemed to lack spirit, their shots to be lacking in sting and their combination in finish. Thei rdc<ionce was stubborn, but nothng seemed able to turn the great waves of combination which swept down the field, and assailed their goal. Half-time: Glasinfryn 3, Menai Bridge 1. On re-commencement the Bridgites played bet- ter, for though their defence was several times in danger, yet they invariably returned the com- pliment, and threatened the enemy's citadel in turn. But neither side, despite good play, were able to increase their total until David Hughes, receiving from the left wing, gave the Swifts an- other well-earned point. Although goals were being piled up against his side, Will Owen, the visitors' custodian, was by -no m-ea>ns to blame, for he brought off many a goad fiiave. Comer after cornier was con- ceded to -each side, but sibots as a rule woenit wide or were not taken .advantage of in front of goal. Through another pioco of neat play David Pieiroo reg,iot,-red the fifth goal for his s'ide, -and shortly after Hughie Edwards brought the score to the half-dozen. From now to the finish theme was no increase in the eoorim-, both sets hammered away at each other, but neither could improve. Fiinafl more: CrLasinfryn, G; Menai Bridge, 1..
FRIENDLIES. LLANFAIRFECHAN RES. v. BANGOR BOYS' BRIGADE. .————— Bangor Boys' Brigade 7 Llanfairfechan Reserve 1 Played! at Llanfairfedhan on Saturday 'in fine weather before a fair crowd. Mr G. O. Jones had weather before a. fair crowd. Mr G. O. Jones had charge of the blow pipe. Llanrfairfcchan winning the toss, played up hill. Bangor started pressing, j and had hard lines in not scoring, th ball just going over the bar. Five minutes from start a fine pass by Gregson Owen very nearly culmi- nated in a goal. Following this Llanfairfechan made delightful footwork. Robin Parry, tho homo goalie, saved a fine shot, but another by Llcvt. Thomas brought about Parry's downfall. Atherton and R. Jones were now playing a great game (Atherton having tlho worst of luck with a tino shot on two occasions) Comnatt score for Llanfairfechan, and Bangor notched another point per Liew. Thomas. Half-time Bangor 2, Llanfairfechan 1. On resuming Bangor started pressing, and Robin Parry was again called upon, and brought off a splendid save amidst great cheering. Ban- gor, who were now having the best of the game,"1 scored another ripping- goal from a corner kick, Parry not having an "earthly Following this, from a free kick given against the homesters, the visitors scored once more despite Parry's valiant effort. Hot work at this point! With i the score 4-1 the home team tried in vain to pre- vent a rout. Their defence was swept aside, the Institute fairly playing shots at goal! Atherton had hard lines in not scoring, and Hughie Thomas caused much amusement by his play. Final: Bangor Institute 7, Llanfairfechan 1.
EASY WIN FOR BARMOUTH. Barmouth 2 Dolgelley 0 Having* no League fixture last Saturd'ay, Bar- mouth journ to Dolgelley, per motor, to play the 'homesters in a "fmendly." Dolgelley are engaged next Saturday at Pwll- h,-illi in the 2nd round of it no Junior Cup. Bar- mouth beat tho "Hclians" at Pwllheli in the l«t round but the tio has been awarded to Pwllheli on a protest. As Barmouth beat Pwll- heli and Dolgelley on their own grounds, by the aamiei margin—2—0, next Saturday's encounter between Dolgelley and Pwllheli should bw pretty level. There was a good! crowd present when tho referee marshalled tho following teamti: BARMOUTH Whitehead; Prioe and Rick- ard; W. Llovd, J. H. Lloyd, and E. O. Ro- berts; J. H. Roes, Harold, Hughes, Llew. Davies, and. Porter. DOLGELLEY: Burt; James and Roberts!; Morris, Jimmy Boy, Davies; Evans, Meirion, Lewis, Gw.iHyrn and Rees. Barmouth with the sun behind them, were the first to become ctagerous, Hughes shooting' over. After a spoil of midfieldl play, the visit- ing' right-wing attadue-d and Roes, rounding his main cleverly, shot hard for goal, and had tho satisfaction of scoring the first goal for the visitors. The liomesbets now attacked, but Prioo and- Rickard were very safe, and repulsed øJl their, cfforts. Porter and Llew broke away and from the former's centre Hughtpp: had hard lines. Barmouth- unsucceesfuliy appealed strongly for a penalty, when Jiaanes stopped a certain, goal with his hands. Immediately alter the Rovers had arnl>e, compensation, as Harold shot for goal from about 30 yards ra;Ilo.,too ball struck the crossbar and rebounded into play, aind Hughea had mo dllffioulty in sooring1 No. 2. In- numerable ooers felt to the Rovers, but theiy wero unable to augment the score. Half-time: Barmouth 2, Dolgelley 0. On resuming Baimouth attacked on the left, Porter's centre dropping on tlho top of the t: Llew dashed through. the defence, but; he. shot into tho goalie's hand.. The homesters played the ahot:it-pasBdfl\^ giajna, w!hidh was a verjr fooli^n pol-cy, when opposed by such keem, halves as the Rovers. They vory barely oamo to within dhootting distance of Whitehead. When W. Lloyd from right-hall, took the bail up the wilWl lio was twice tripped in the penalty arM. Llew broke through the defence again and his shot was magnificently savedi by the Dolgelley goal- keeper. Towards the end of tho game, the homesters were fagged out, Clio visitors lasting out mn-ah better on the heavy ground. Hughes who wlas dashing in the centre, had very hard lines with several good attempts. Llew was injured and was off the field for ten minutes, but when he reappeared he was soon iat the thick of tho fray. Barmouth were attacking1 strongly when tUn-ø Was called. Final: Barmouth 2, Dolgelley 0.
CARNARVON UNITED v. UNIVER- SITY COLLEGE. REMARKABLE PERFORMANCE BY WALTER JONES. I. Carnarvon United 6 j University College 1 1 Mr R. I). Richards. Bangor, wnvMjled tlll players of the Carnarvon United and U.C.N.W. to toa tho line at Carnarvon on Saturday in a friendly encounter in the following order:— CARNARVON: G. H. Jones; Hugh Wil- liams and R. M. Williams; L. Williams, O. Thomas, and Love!I; R. H. Roberts, Land. Waltier Jones, Tom Roberts -and Johnny Jones. 'VARSITY: Dan Thomas, Cooil and Brock; W. Hughes, W. J. Jones, and A. Williams; E. Williams, H. Williams, Frank Wright, T. J. Griffith, and Jones Hughes. Carnarvon were weakly represented, whilst in- eluded in the ranks of the 'Varsity was W. J. Jones. Wright fcund the net for tho visitors just after starting operations, and before half- timo Walter Jones who was La fine scoring mood, scored 'four times. Half-time: Carnarvon, 4; -'Varsity, 1. On ircsuming Walter Jones scored two goals, and Carnarvon ran out wiiniuetrs with the fol- lowing score to their credit. Final: Carnarvon, 6; 'Varsity, 1. Walter Jones, in sooring' the six goals for his slide, .performed a. remarkable feat, upon wfhich he should be congratulated by his team.
RHVL CELTS TOO GOOD FOR PRESTATYN. Played on the Park Ground on Thursday last, in fine weather. After two minutes' play G. Duffield received the. ball and scored the first p,loa I for Prestatyn. The Celts then settled down, and after fine play by the forwards, C. Pool' scored for them. At half-time the scores were level. In the opening minutes of tho second half the Celts bombarded the visitor's goal. Then H. Turner sent in a fin3 shot which struck tho side-past. G. Ford tried a dhot which tho visitors' goalkeeper luckily saved at the etx- ponse of a corner. Tho Celts were experiencing the worso of luck, and the visiting goalie played a splend d game, but was at length beaten by a shot at 25 yards' range by "Weaser" Roberts, 10 minrutcs from time. Result: Celts 2, Prcs- tatvn 1. Teams:— CELTS: J. Matthews; G. Morris and "Conchy"; J. Evans, F. Lawson and W. Ro- berts; T. Conde, G. Ford, C. Pool, H. Tinner, a/nd Thomas. PRESTATYN: D. Gallagher; Binks and G. Duffield; Hughes, Ilot)wood and BrcoVs; II. Gratton, E. Hughes, E. Hayes, W. Roberts, J. Ben net, and Jim Roberts.
RAILWAY INSTITUTE BOYS' CORPS RESERVES v. ORME VILLA. Played on the former club's ground. Rc- I sult Boys' Corps, G; Qrrns Villa, 2.
SATURDAY'S RESULTS AT A GLANCE. LEAGUE—FIRST DIVISION. Everton 2, Woolwich Arsenal 0. Middlesbrough 2, Liverpool 2. tsoitingiham F. 5, Blackburn R. 2. Tott-eniham 5, Bury 0. Bradford City 3, Manchester City 1. Aston Villa 2, Bristol City 1. Oldham Athletic 2, Notts County 1. Mandhester U. 2, Preston N. E. 0. Sheffield W. 1, Sunderland 1. Newcastle U. 1, Sheffield U. 1. LEAGUE—SECOND DIVISION. Bolton W. 3, Gainsborough T. 0. Wolverhampton W. 3, Birmingham 1< Hull City 5, Barnsley 1. West Bromwich A. 5, I^eicoster 1. Burnley 4, Leeds Uty 1. Giossop 3, Blackpool! 1. Fuliham 3, Derby County 1. Bradford 3, Stockport County 2. Lincoln City 0, Clapton Orient 0. THE COMBINATION. Connah's Quay 2, Saltney 1. Whitchurch 4, Chester O. Oswestry 7, Rhyl 0. N.W. COAST LEAGUE—DIVISION L Colwyn Bay 3, Pwllheli 1. Llandudno 2, Bangor Reserves 1. Blaenau Festiniog 3, Lianberis 3. N.W. COAST LEAGUE—DIVISION II. Glasinfryn Swifts 6„ Menai Bridge 1. Llandudno Junction Res. 2, Llechid Swifts 2. Holyhead Reserves 4, Colwyn Bay Celts 0.
I NEXT SATURDAY'S FIXTURES. J LEAGUE—FIRST DIVISION. i Liverpool v. Preston North End* Notts Forest v. Oldham Athletic. Bury v. Middlesbrough. Woolwich Arsenal v. Sheffield Wednesday. Blackburn Rovers v. Manchester City. Ast.on Villa v. Newcastle United. Sheffield United v. Tottenham Hotspur. Sunderland v. Bristol City. Bradford City v. Everton. Manchester United v. Notts County. LEAGUE—SECOND DIVISION. Barnslay v. Fuliham. Blackpool v. Lincoln City. Chelsea v. Birmingham. Clapton Orient v. Huddersfield Town. Derby County v. Bradford. Glosop v. Bolton Wanderers. Heeds City v. Gainsborough Trinity. Leicester Fosse v. Hull C ty. Stockport Oounty v. Burnley. Wolverhampton W. v. West Bromwich A. THE COMiiiNATION. Bangor v. Whitchurch. Wrexliam v. Denbigh- MORTII WALES COAST LEAGUE (Div. I.). Colwyn Bay v. Bargcr Reserve. Llanrwst v. IIolvhead. Llandudino Junction v. Pwllheli. tvORTIf WALES JUNIOR CUP (2nd Round). Pwllheli Reserve v. Dolgelley. Glaseceid (Cwm-y-Glo) v. Carnarvon Reserve. Llechdl Swifts v. Holyhead Reserve. Pojimaemmawr v. University College. Llandudno Reserve v. Doiwyddielen. Blaenau Festiniog- v. Llandudno Junctiiou Res. WELSH SENIOR CUP (First Round). Rhyl v. Llandudno Amateurs. Mold Town v. Greenfield. Flint v, Buoklev Engineers. Rhcs Rangers v. Johnstown. Brymbo Victoria v. Ru-abon. tronbridge United v. Wellington. St. George's. R.W.F. Newtown v. Aberystwyth. Ll amy 11 In..v. R.W. Warehouse, Newtown.
NOTES AND COMMENTS. LLANDUDNO JUNCTION ECHOES. Llandudno Junction Reserve 2. Llechid Swifts 2 Bravo, Junction! Fortunate to secure a draw against a strong team. The Llechid men were a decidedly clever eleven, and undoubtedly are gcod enough to be in the First Division of the League. To the credit of the Llandudno Junction offi- cials be it said they kept to their reserve players: only, thus fulfilling the object of the Second Divi- sion, namely, to bring out "new blood." < Llew Parry re-appeared at his post in goal, and kept his charge well In fact, the second goal^ of the] Llechid team was the only one which might have been stopped by a taller goalie than How, but apart from that one fault, ho played a sterlipg gamp. The two home" backs, W. E. Jones and A. Dutton, were fairly safe, but the latter might have been a little more sue of his ck.. The half-backs were not up to their usual form, but they had a clever quintette to hold in check. Hugh Parry especially had a hard nut to crack in the trio opposed to him, and it is to be feared that he only partly cracked it, whilst the other two halves could not hold the visiting wingers. The forwards did not combine as they might have done. w ft w Brookes Evans is a better inside right than a centre forward. t David Parry seemed to rIall into his old ha.bit of hanging on to the ball too long. Tommy Craven again was not in anything like the form he was in against Bettwsycoed, and Tommy Morgan and Evan Jones were disappoint- ing on the loft wing. t < From the goalkeeper to the forwards, the Llechid side played well, especially during the first half of the game. < Their combination and daÛ1 were surprising in a Second Division team. It The Llechid club are in a different financial position to that at the Junction, for while it will doubtless be a struggle to run the Junction second eleven at a profit, the Llechid club are in a sound financial position. » They commenced the present season with a balance of £ 15, and in their League match with Glasinfryn at Llechid on Saturday week, they took JS9 in gate money. ? However, there should be a record "gate" at the Woodlands Field, Llandudno Junction, next Saturday, when Pwllheli are due in a First League fixture. t • It is some time since there has been a First Division match on the Junction ground, and there should be a good game. —
BARMOUTH BRIEFLETS. The homesters have a fine defenoe, their goal- keeper and the two backs playing a very good game. The forwards are very fast and nippy, but the inside men are apt to dribble too much which does nob pay against a set of keen and energetic halves. lb would have boon better to swing the ball out to the wings more, so as to open out Jhe game. If they mean to win at Pwllheli they must drop the short passing ga.me.. The visitors have managed to get a very good team together. Wrhitehead and 'his backs wero rarely troubled, the halves in front doing their work undoubtedly hard, < < Piity there are mo more men of the stamp of Mr J. W. Post on the Coast Council. Accord- ing to reports he was the only one who took a serious view of the disgraceful conduct of the Pwllheli spec- tators. If he was better supported, and the Association took more drastic measures, with offending clubs, theaa disgraceful "scenes" would entirely disappear. « I wonder whether Mr Young wtas in the pay box when the sneotatorsi broke into the field. » » It lis true that the Barmouith players were escorted from the field by the police. « The ha 1 vesi are the mainstay of the team. The forwards on' the whole, dad well. Rees, a new- comer, showed very promising form. The inside men did not make tho .most of their opportunities or they would have scored moro goals. They were full value for 4 or 5 goals on the day's display. » Much indignation is felt in Barmouth over the poor sportsmanship of the Pwllheli Club in pro- testing in the Junior Cup, after being defeated and especially after the way the Barmouth players wore treated. There is some talk of taking the ease- up to Wrexham, for the Welsh Football Association to give their verdict on the protest. # « Fa.noy posting warning notioes on a ground which has bean twioe reported andi once suspen- ded for the oonduot of the spectators! i Pwllheli are at Barmouth on the 19th an the North Wales Amateur Oup.
GOLF. TREFRIW CLUB. In a competition held on Saturday, the follow- ing were the principal nett returns:— W. N. Smith 69 A. J. Wright 70 H. H. Smith 71 Major Wilkinson 71 Dr. J. W. Owen 73 N. C. Smith 75 .W. McGaul 77 J. Edwards 78 A ladies competition, held the same day, re- I suited as follows:— ] Miss G. Fowles 73 nclt. Miss D. E. Price 82 Miss G. Prico 83
THE GREAT ORME GOLF CLUB ANNUAL MEETING. The amnual meeting of this club was bckl at the Empire Hotel, Llanududno, on Friday even- ing. There was an exo(llent attendance of mem- bers, which goes to show the great interest taken in the club. Tho balamco sheet showed- tho Club to be in a better position tlian ever, the past season hav- ing been a record one. The Hon. Secretary (Mr II. Parker) gave a very interesting and detailed report of the year's workingand' incidentally soyre usefid ihints to the members generally. The Club's record in inter-club matches tk6 year was received with loud applause, they having played up to date 10 jpatdhes and won all, beating Colwyn Bay 4 times, Holywell twice, Prestatyn, Old Colwyn 2, and Bangor 2. It is the committee's intention to get up a number of competitions for the lady members during the winter. The following officers wore electedPresi- dent, Lord Mofityn captain, Mr B. Berry; vice- captain, Mr H. M. Brigg; hon. treasurer, Mr W. Wood; hon. svxvre.ary. Mil H. Parker; com- mittee, Messrs Hallmark, Wm. Ellis Jones, H. Sutclifre, A. Hewitt, Wm. Duncan. 'Voasity are a efcnon-g fÙdw, and ttio Bay d-c- S'Orv' great credit for th-ciir victory.
YSBYTTY IFAN SHEEP DOG TRIALS. The annual sheep dog trials were he'd at Ysbytty on Thursday. The president of the Society is the Right Hon. Lord Penrhvn. The judges were: 'Mr Thomas McGill, Dolwvddelen, and Mr J. H. Parry, Trawsfynydd. The awards were as follows:- Open Class (cup): 1, Samuel Thomas, Bryn- gwyn, Ysbytty; 2, B. B. Lloyd, Tanymaes, do.; 3, G. Barcro'ft, New Hall, Eden Field, Manches- ter 4, W. Roberts, Brynyrwydd, Pcnmachno. Class II. (open to the counties of Carnarvon, Denbigh, and Merioneth): 1, W. Jones, Plas Nant, Ty Nant, Corwcn; 2, G. Roberts, Glan- llafar, Trawsfynydd: equal 4, R. Roberts, Hafod Ivan, Ysbytty, and S. Thomas, Bryngwyn, do. Class III. (open to the parish of Ysbytty): 1, W. Roberts, Ysbytty 2, S. Thomas, Bryngwyn, do.; 3, It. Roberts, Hafod Ifan; 4, T. R. Jones, Fedw.
It- has been decided that the following shaH in futur6 be the order of the second loyal toast, to follow that of tho Kinig: "The Queen, Quoon Alexandra, the P.ri.hbe of Wales, and Other Members of the Royal Family." A euppleniecit to tho "London Gazette" of Friday, issued on Monday night, contains a proc- lamation by the King appointing Thursday, the 2bd of Juoo next as the date of the Coronation.
RHYL BOWLING CLUB. ANNUAL REPORT AND BALANCE SHEET. STRONG PROTEST AGAINS AN ANONY- MOUS CRITIC. The annual meeting of the Rhyl Bowling Glut was held on Friday at the Queen's Hotel, Rhyl, Mr J. Aidney presiding over a large atteml;i:?4 of members. A letter was read from Mr W. J. P. Sterey, president of the club, regretting his inability to be present, and expressing pleasure at seeing that the club was in such a satisfactory posit' MI. A letter was also received from Mr E. A. Wood, captain oi the club, thanking the club for tho honour they had done him in electing him cap- tain for two years, end expressing the hopu tniit the members would extend to his sxjjossor t.0 same support as he had received. IT; a't-r cor.- gratulated Mr Gunner on his cxcodsit lalonc.,3 sheet, and tho Hon. Secretary on his report of the year's working. Mr Gunner said they were sorry th it Mr Wood was indisposed, but trusted he would n be re- stored to good health. He moved a ote of syme pathy with Mr Wood. Mr Goodall seconded, and it was" ••^rcied. REPORT AND BALANCE SHEET. Mr Clewley, hon. secretary, read the report and balance sheet, in which he stated that the club had during the year played homo and away matches with Staffordshire, Denbigh, Colwyn Bay, Llandudno, Wrexham, and one with visitors. They had won all the homo matches, and had only lost two of those away, viz., Staffordshire and Wrexham. Tho total points gained by Rhyl were 3041, to their opponents' 2245, giving Rhyl a margin of 796, or an average of 61 per match (applause), A number of prizes had been given during the season for various competitions, and the two cups presented to the club had been won by Messrs J. E. Johnson and E. A. Wood. There was a balanco in hand at the close of the year of S43 6s 5d, which was less than the previous year (£59 4s lid), but 915 had been spent over and above tho usual expenditure, and would not I occur again. Thero was a sum of JE5 11s 6d in hand towards tho pavilion, and they had also re- ceived a number of promises of support. Tho pavilion question had been deferred awaiting certain developments. On the motion of Mr Gunner, seconded by Mr Fred Roberts, the report and balanco sheet wcro adopted, and votes of thanks were passed to the retiring officers, several members speaking of the splendid way in which the books had been kept. ELECTION OF OFFICERS. Mr W. J. P. Storey was unanimously re-elected prosident of the Club, with the following vice-, presidents: Capt. Wilders, Messrs Aidney, J. Pierce Lewis, J. H. Ellis, G. F. Gunner, Nuttall, Percy, F. Rawlins, F. Roberts, and E. A. Wood. When the meeting proceeded to ciect a cap- tain to fill tho place of Mr E. A. Wood, Mr Clarke proposed that Mr Aidney be asked to act in this capacity. Mr J. Pierce Lewis seconded, and said that in face of certain allegations which had appeared in the Press they should have a very strong man at the head of affairs. It was also necessary to havo in that office one who could direct the club pro- perly as a County Bowling Association had now been formed. He was sure it was the general desire of the members that Mr Aidney should ac- cept the office. Mr Goodall supported the appointment of Mr Aidney. The Chairman said he felt that he had already had his turn as captain, and he must decline tho honour. Thero were plenty of strong men in tho club capable of dealing with any emergency. Mr Gunner said he was sure they would all havo welcomed Mr Aidney as their captain, but as ho had declined he moved that Mr E. K. Miller be appointed. He was sorry to see in a local paper that day a letter in which it was alleged that. gambling was permitted on the green. Thero was a rule against gambling, and lie was not aware that anything of the kind had taken place. A Voice: There never has been any. Mr Simcock seconded Mr Miller's election, which was carried unanimously. Mr Miller, in acknowledging, said he had not seen any gambling taking place on the green, and could not understand why such a charge had been made. Mr Simcock: It is not justified. The Chairman: The letter is signed 'On- looker." I am sure no onlooker could have know- ledge of such a thing. On the motion of Mr Gunner, seconded by Mt Jones, Mr Everatt was unanimously elected vioc- captain. Mr G. F. Gunner was rc-electcd hon. treasurer. Mr Clewley having intimated that he could not again act as hon. secretary, the Chairman ex- pressed a hope that he would reconsider his de- cision. Mr Clewley said he had filled the office for four years' work, and he wanted a change. Mr Goodall proposed, and Mr Angel seconded, that Mr Clewley be re-elected. Mr J. H. Ellis supported, and said he knew how hard Mr Clewley had worked 'for the club. As chairman of the Road Committee of the Tows Council, he had had several communications from Mr Clewley, and knew how ably and well he had served the members. He wanted to see the club flourish, as ho realised that it was a valuable asset to the town, and that it was responsible for bringing a number of visitors to Rhyl. He bo- lieved that if an effort were made Rhyl could arrange an annual tournament on the same lines as Blackpool (applause), Mr Clewley said he was influenced to adhero to his determination to resign by a letter which a member of the club had that day inserted in » local paper. A Voice: It was not a member. Mr Clewley: I am afraid so. He felt disgusted when ho saw the letter, and he was surprised that it had been published. Mr Gunner: And there is no truth in it. Mr Clewley said that after the expressions from members, if they wished him to continue to act as hon. secretary he would do so, but he hoped that the member who wrote the letter would drop out of the club (hear, hear). Mr A. Lewis Jones said he did not like tho aspersion which had been -cast on tho club by the letter. Mr Miller said he would be delighted to work with Mr Clewley, as to whose ability there was no doubt. Mr Clewley was then unanimously re-elected hon. secretary. ALLEGED" GAMBLING ON THE GREEN. At the request of members the Chairman then read the letter which had raised so much disoun. sion. The writer alleged that there was "gamb- ling on the Rhyl Bowling Green," and that he was "sorry to say that amongst a certain section of the members of the club there is a tendency to 'have something' on their game of bowls. Con- tinuing, the Chairman said lie did not think that letter could have come from anyone but a mem- ber, and he did not know whether the individual thought the letter a credit to himself. He should have 0 made representations to the officials if thero was any evasion or wilful breaking of ho rules. He proposed that the secretary should write to the. editor of the paper in which the letter had appeared challenging the writer to prove whals he said, and to come into the open. and if hit realised lie had made a mistake to acknowledge it. Mr Pierce Lewis questioned whether it was fair to charge a member of the club with being tho writer. He did not believe that a member would be guilty of such cowardly conduct. The Chairman said lie was sure that no mere onlooker could have any knowledge that gambling was going on at the green. Again, how was an outsider to know that they had a rule against gambling Ho felt sure that someone pretty well acquainted with the club and its rulo3 had written that letter. Mr A. Lewis Jones said he did not like tho aspersion which had been cast on the club, as it rendered them all open to suspicion. His per- sonal feeling was to protest against such a letter, and he wished to say that he knew nothing about it. Mr Massey said he would be sorry to belong to a club rf he thought they had a member capable of writing such a letter.; Mr J. H. Ellis said. that one of tho reasons why he attended the meeting was to hear what (Continued on next pagoi
'Cher.i were the first to attack. but Johnny Wil- liams got offside. Then the Llandudno goal was assailed, but Brown was a trifle slow when favourably placed, Harry Evans being a little wide of the mark directly afterwards. If Bangor were guilty of kicking out in tho first half, Llandudno were equally so just now. Twice Johnny Williams sent in two magnificent shots, and in saving the laik-r Ted was fouled. Then Dan Davies should have scored, but took up too much tim,3 in thinking whether he would shoot or not. Johnny Williams a second or two later slammed the ball against the post when Ted was lying on tho ground. Llandudno now quick ened the pace, being full value for a goal, as they were much quicker 01: the ball than the homo lot. There was a hot assault on the Llandudno goal, in which Morris distinguished himself, finally clearing in grand style. Stanley fouled Jimmy Williams just outsdo the penalty area, and Harry Evans cleared the dang, r enabling R. Jones to have a pot at Goodie. The height of the Llan- dudno backs gave them an immense advantage over the home forwards, who appeared rather afraid of them. It was a grim struggle right to the end, both sets of forwards striving hard to score the winning goal, and the crowd were kept on tender hooks to the finish. It looked odds on "D. T." scoring, but Goodie brought off a fine save. After one cornier, it looked as if Arthur OWRill had done the trick, and the crowd -roax.d with delight, but it dwindled into a groan when the rofaree pointed for a goal kick. The Llandudno backs kicked out repeatedly in order to save tbe game, -as the hom-e forwards pressed with great vim. Suddenly Llan- dudno broko away, Johnny Williams ran aJooiig 1:11-3 right wing at top speed, and sent a judicious pass to Bro-.vm, who spied hia opportunity. He let fly from long rajige, and the ball skimmed ovec Ted's hands into the net. Immediately afterwards the whistle sounded time up. Final: Llandudno, 2; Bangor Retsrarre, 1.