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LEAGUE-SECOND DIVISION.

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BANGOR v*. WHITCHURCH.j

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POiNTS FOR THE JUNCTION. Llandudno Junction 5 Llanberis 2 These tjeams met at the Junction on Saturday before a. rather small crowd of spectators. Tho teams were LLANDUDNO JUNCTION: J. Hughes; Tom Jones, 0. EM is; W. Eva,us. R. W. Ro- berts, Brookes Evans; W. E. Griffiths, J. R. Jones, E. Parry, W. G. JontSt), and Sam Parrv. LLANBERIS: Daniels; Bob Lloyd, b. Morris; Dan Roberts, W. Pritchard, T. H. Thomas; II. Lloyd, J. Evans, Buck, E. LloYd Hughes, and Dan Roberta. Referee Mr Morgan, Po: tdinorwic. The homesters started well, and the visi- tors' custodian bad to handle in the first minute of the game. It was only about four minutes from the start, when Ernest Parry, for the Junction, scored, but the referee had, however, whistled for Sam Pa.rry, who had centred to Ernest, w:ho was over the goal-lime The home defence were next in difficulties from a free-kick awarded to LLanbcT-Ls, but O. ELlis eleared well. The Junction men forced a corner, and R. W. Roberts scored with a fine shot, which entered the net through a ruck of players. Soon afterwards the Llanbsris goalie had to hug the ball right on the goal-line, and only managed to g-et it away by conceding a corner. At the other end J. Hughes, the home goalie, was injured by one of the Llanbcris forwards, but was -able to resume. The Junctionites at length got through, and J. R. Jones put on number two with a shot which the visitors' custodian never even saw. TOM'S MASTERPIECE. Llaaberis looked dangerous when J. Hughes raIn out, and kicked cl(w. Ern-t Parry had a good try for goal, but the Lki.nberis custodian cleared. Tine Junctionites were pressing ,and Tom Jones, the home full back, was waiting on the fringe of a crowd of players in the Llanbcris goalmouth. The ball was sent in from the left, and Tom, with a grand shot, bangod the leather into thie net. Half-time: Llandudno Junction, 3; LI an- L-k-ris, 0. On resuming, the Junction men pressed, tlJt failed to score. Then, Llainboris got going, c r. d one of the home backs, fouling' within the drcadled area, Llaji,ber:.s were awarded a jxfnal- ty. Buck, who was entrusted with the kick, banged the ball against the upright, an i al- though he placed" it in tho net by meeting the rebound, the point was, of oourse, d:?a'lovved. Profiting by tlmr narrow eeoaipe. the local men raced away, and |Crn«et Parry, a feat ofinA-ie frotyi the sight, had! no difficulty in scor- ing the fourth goal for the Junction. Again the homesters attacked, this Cine tle movement being a decidedly clever one, in Which all fho forwards took part. Erneat !I,-t)-y had the honour of putting on tiie finishing t ;i ch. Buck ran right through all opposition, and scored scored for Llanberis. Weak play on tho part of Brookes-Evans let in the Llanb&ris right wing, and H. Lloyd cent ring' Owen Morris headed the leather into the net. Final: Llandudno Junction, 5; Llanbe^s, 2

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