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LEAGUE-SECOND DIVISION.

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BANGOR v*. WHITCHURCH.j

NORTH WALES COAST LEAGUE.

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PENMAENMAWR v. HOLYHEAD RESERVE.

N. W. AMATEUR CUP.

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FRIARS SCHOOL v. BANGOR ATHLETIC.

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SATURDAY'S RESULTS AT A GLANCE.

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it became. Abraham Jones mado one run for Pwllbedli, but iit fizzled out. D. J. Thomas who wc cat rusted with the free kick, sent the ball against the junction ot thor post and bar. The goalkeeper jumped up and sent the ball out to H. Jones, who was a yard or two away. Jones, however, sent in a tremendous shot-over the bar. The liglitc-st of tips wouldi have done the trick' H. j. Davies, however, scored BANGOR'S FOURTH GOAL, which was one of the soft variety, hardly evoking a cheer. The ball was continually hov- ering about the Pwllheli goal, and the home forwards aimed shot after shot at Bob Owen. A penalty was awarded against Pwllheli (the offence it was impossible to see as darkiiieas ast in), and Arthur Owen took the kick. Bob Williams, however, saved with his foot, and the opportunity came to naujglst. WWitl Hugb&J caused some uneasiness to Banger by a solo run up tihe field, and he "direw" Thomas from his post, but ho finished up a trifle wide. It was now irnlyisibte to follow the moverrw-.rut of the players, and the dirawing of the curtain, was very weloc.me. Final; Bangor Reserve 4. TwUholi iril.