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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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N. W. AMATEUR CUP. SECOND ROUND—(Re-Played). THE BAY S CLEVER WIN. Colwyn Bay 2 Llandudno Amateurs O In dull woatlier and in tho presence of a large crowd of spectators, itiose teams met at Llan- dudno on Saturday in a re-piay in the 2nd round of tdio Welsh Coast Amateur Oup. Tho first en- counter between the teams at Colwyn Bay re- sulted in a goal-less draw. The teams under the charge of Referee IIarri.3, of Crewe, were as follows:— LLANDL AlV^ATAEURS: O, St-ajilard; J. H. Jones and Ben Morris; H Pearson, T. Johnson, and J. Brown; J. E. Williams, Dan I I' Davies, W. T Clove, R. Davies and J. Williams. COLWYN BAY: C. Hall wood; D. Roberts and O. E. Williams; E. Griffiths, T. MoCann, and R. Rowlands; E. F. Tuckor, Southern, E. Phillips, D. Hughes, and N. Prdtchard. When Cleve kicked off for Llandudno the Amateurs made tracks for the right wing, and caused the visitors some anxiety for a few minutes. At length J. E. "\Vuiams slot wide. N. Pritchard got away, and gave to Stanley Hughes, but Ben. Morris .intervened, but Pritchard shot very wide. Pearson was playing a grand defensive game, R. Davies receiving from him and calling upon Hall- wood to save. Tho homesters were all over th-eir oppon- ents at this stage, but E. Williams saved well time after tinre. J. H. Jones placed a free- kick wide of the mark, as also did McCann. A corner by J. E. Williams was beautifully placed, but Hall wood saved in fine style. The visitors now asserted themselves, and Hall- wood saviõd a fin,o drive by Pritchard. The Bayites got away, and Phillips scored. A little later on Ben. Morris had the mas- fortune to send the leather into his own goal, thus registering number two for tlw Bayites. Southern shot wide after good work by J. E. Williams cie-arly succeeded in getting through, but D. Roberts averted disaster. Half-time: C'olw YU Bay, 2; LLandudno Amateurs, 0. SECOND HALF. After the interval the visitors got awav on the left, and Norman Pritchard completely boat the home defence, 4tzid missed uy inches únly, StaL'ard throwirag himself full length to save. Southern then dribbled well, and got in a grand drive, but Stallardi saved finely. The locals now asserted themselves and go.t going on the left wing, J. Williams nearly scoring. The Amaftoeiurs were now having most of tho play, but had very hard luck indeed. J. Wil- liams, on the home right, worked emergelically, but was not -,o well supported as lie sheatld have been. Occasion ally die locals were at sea with their nippy opponents, "vviho followed up the bail very q.uiokly. Pearaon put in a tremendous drive, and tested Hallwood to the utmost. R. Davies met the rebound, but shot over the bar. Stanley Hughes then away with a light- ni-ng run. but., when just outs-ide the penalty area he was brought up by J. H. Jones. The ensu- ing free kick was entrusted to Ned Griffiths, but Siailard saved well at the expence of a cor.ter. One or two drives by Pearson brought out liallwood's best qualities, but the v:isitors narrowly escaped time after time. Pritehard was hurt on the I-eft wing, amd was tak-on off the field, but he soon resumed though A grand run by J. Wil- liams was brought to a conclusion through the latt-er handling the ball. Johnson then went through on his own, and after beating several opponents shot inches wide of the post. The homesters prei-ti-ed hard, but failed to convert, HaJlwood nial-ing several magnifi- cent saves. McCann was in rare form for the visitors, and tackled brilliantly, his feed- ing of the forwards being am object lesson. From a free-kick outside the penalty area J. H. Jones put m a magnificent drive, but Hallwood saved grandly, though compelled to grant a corner. The ensuing corner kick was el-eai-ed after a tremendous bully in front of (goal. The Amateurs had by far the majority of the openings, but failed to score. Final: Colwyn Bay, 2; Llandudno, 0.

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