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RHYL. CELTS v. RHYL JUNIORS.

------FOOTBALL-

SECOND DIVISION. I

COMBINATION. i

RHYL'S HARD LUCK WITH CONNAHIS…

WELSH SENIOR CUP.

NORTH WALES COAST LEAGUE.

LLANBEftlS v. COLWYN BAY.

FESTINIOG Y. HOLYHEAD.

(DIVISION II.)

STILL UNBEATEN.

FRIENDLIES.

NOTES.

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NOTES. To fill a gap in the fixture card, tlie Bangor Committee arranged! a fixture on Saturday between the 'Varsity and a mixed city toum. The crowd was a very small one, and the enthusiasm was below zero. The game is scarcely worth describing, bemig practically devoid of exciting incidents. Still, the goals were well obtained, and the prelminary work was ailso good, but the players did not over-exert themselves. Hill, the 'Varsity pivot, a new player, made a good show, and Owen, the half-back, caught' the eye. Arthur Williams was re-initroducod into the Varsity team, and: merited hb inclusion. The 'Varsity were minus the services of C. H. Jones, who was doing duty for another club.

NORMALS v. GLASINFRYN SWIFTS

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A DELIGHTFUL PERFUME.

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