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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.

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PENMAENMAWR v. HOLYHEAD RESERVE. THE HAunOURMEN SOUNDLY THRASHED. These teams met at Penmocnmawr in a Second Division League match on Saturday. Tho ground was wet and dirty, eo good foot- ball could not be expected. In spite of un- favourable conditions there was a good crowd. It was a curious coincidence that there were present the president (Mr R. J. Hugfoes) and two vioa-presidents (Messrs R. D. Richards, Bangor, and Percy Weeks, Holyhead) of the North Wales Coast Footbal-I Association. Mr Richards, of Bangor, lined the teams in the following order: — FENMAENMAWR: Bob Lloyd; W. E. Hughes, H. Jones; &-own, J. Jones and Gor- don (lhantrey; J. W. Luiit, Archie Jooies, R. Morris, C. Sloane, and Caleb Williaics HOL YHEAD RESERVE: N. Wibliarms; J. Evans and Bob Lewis; Owen Williams, Hyam, and W. Brown; H. Brown, John Jones, Hugh Williams, Humphrey D. Jones, and Johnny Jones During the first half the homesters faced the wind, and were also in the worst half of the Held. For the first 15 minutes Holy- head pressed hard, and kept the bail in the homesters' half, but they could not score. Em long the home forwards made a sudden rush, a ad Newton was called uspon to clear. This lie did, but Morris, the homesters' oemtre forward, got the leather and sent it flying into the net. This was a splendid goal, and he deserved pfai-se for it. Again the visitors pressed, but only one or two occasions had they any idea of scoring, their attempts being either a coupi.e of yards wide or above the crossbar. The Seal arks were awarded sever aJ corners, but they availed them nothing. Again the homesters rushed p the field, and Archie scored No. 2. Nothing of importance occured after tiU the half-time: Penmaenmawr, 2; Holyhead Reserve, 0. In the .second half th-a liom-ost-ers had the better portion of the ground, and the wind in their favour. They also kept the ball wieAl within the visitors' part of the field, as they had done in the first half. The Sea-larks seemed to luave lost hard af tc,.r failing to score in the first half, but some of them played a good game to the finish. After some waltzing in tho mud and some smart passing, Koane scored No. 3 for t-hc homesters from the night shortly after a face-kick was awarded the hom-estors, from which Brown scored in a tricky way. This was No. 4. About 15 minutes before the end H. Jones, the home back, fell, and in trying to clear the ball accidentally foutbed within the prescribed areia. This resulted in the Scalarks being awarded a penalty, from which H. Williams smartly sent into the net. A ooupl-e of seconds before time-up J. Joa-efi, of Holyhead, met with an accident, amd had to be carried off the field, but this did not affect tho re- sult of the game, eg time-up was declared al- most immcdiiately after. Final: Penmaenmawr 4, Holyhead Res. 1. NOTES. Tho home team ought to be more careful as to fouling. The referee had to whistle many times for fouls, and a good number W'¡:'l") against the home lot. < < All the home team played exceedingly woll Boh Lloyd did not get as much work as [ anticipated. Hugh Jones, left back, was the favourite on Saturday, and he has a gyd shot. » Chan trey gave a good account of himself in his first match of the &oaaoa. He ficd his forwards splendid!v. < < The forwards were Al, aid the defence was just as at ought to be—quite the opposite to a fortnight ago, when playing against Giasinfrvii. ♦ » Some of the spectators (even some from Holyhead) admitted that the home lot were a very good little team. Let the next opin- ion advance to an "excellent team."

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