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---. FOOTBALL-

NEXT SATURDAY'S FIXTURES.…

LEAGUE-FIRST DIVISION.

SECOND DIVSION.

COMBINATION.

--->-----SEVEN CLEAR GOAL…

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NOTES.

rPOINTS FOR RHYL. i .j

RHYL VICTORIOUS AT DENBIGH.

NORTH WALES COAST LEAGUE.

I - A POIANT FOR LLANSEF,'I:B.…

HONOURS EVEN.

HOLYHSAD v. BLAENAU FESTINIOG.

PWLLHELI DOWN AGAIN. --

HOLYHEAD v. LLANDUDNO JUNCTIL…

(DIVISION II.)

MORE POINTS FOR PENMAEN.

POOR GAME AT LLANDUDNO

CHESTER AND DISTRICT LboGUE.

WELSH SENIOR CUP.

NOTES.

FRIENDLIES.

GOLV. --

BUNTING.

--->-----SEVEN CLEAR GOAL…

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-i --li o3 ?Villoughby Hugl Ilu, an,l W. II, Jones; Parry, Littleton a-nd Burton; Harrsoa Hornby, Gaullaglver, Morris a.nd Norman Pritahard. BANGOR: Tod Owen; Jack Jones and Hwfa Williams; Jim-my Jom?* A. Thomas xnd D. T. Dilvi.i.; Evans, Dajgie, Wr-iglht, H. Davioe and Oiiv-er. Bangor w-ere tho first to got away. Dargio ini,tiating a pretty move, vihich ended in Evans having a pot, Hughfci dieaJssg smairtly with a rising ahot- Then a brief visit was paid to the Bang or endi but tho effort was a wooJc ono- H. DavKvi was making tr5 for the Rhyl goal, i when Burton foujed him. and from the re- suhimt r>enaJty Dargi>? opened the socjre. W. H. Jonos put in some teliimg work for Rtiyl, and checked, a promking run by Dargi-e. The eloio [Kissing g*ame adopted by the home forwards was not very productive against the dashing mofcliods of 'r;h.. Rhyl da^fender^ and at lost Wrisrht o.fjened the -'svme with a iong pase. which enabled D»rgne to send m A SMACKING SHOT, v.'hioh wont a trifle wide. After fchue, a m^niiioeat birt. of work was witnessed <xn the P'"l of the home forwards, the ball taav-oUin g from, plta-yor to playtir ait a trcim-d.. rarbo, and H. IXaviies omliniiiniated tibje movement "w>:rfcJi a cMshiin^ shot iaifco the buit h: was ad- jtidig-pd ofeid-e. "Wrigb/t, how-ev-ar, added No. 2; St I-ocst he was n,-a.ixiily axrapor.ai.bje for it, though H. Daviirs wao tihoe oiiio who atitu-a^ly rushed tine ibsj1.! kuto t.b>e n-cit^and. some oradit bciloai'g to Eviaius for his pr-Ciiimimaj-v shot. lA'.refi^ put in No. f5, wiifch a shot of lii^'lit- ■niao' volooiity. Ho "was stairidimg by the penalty liai-e- and he had soaroolv reoaived tho bail itt ski:m,nKid over th-e hoods of the d-nfemdons into the neit, just uradicr t..l¡,, arc^cbair. It vras a ma,i t shot, eis r, ool as it \va.s uai'eypoot'ed- Noiu>aai Prit-chaird in- Lt.ia.t-e-i a prottv ini>v.cini)3n.t, v-liicih eaaiKed GoEkgber to paie to lferr:»on, -who, howiew, w«s ;p<3j"pabiy offaiid>s> *lh- £ <n h« sooircd. Tlh-en, Morris fired in a shoi, -wiucfli, fortunately tor Baci-gor, oraeshod against the poet. For a v.'hiOo the forwairds -w..rt, busy ROUND THE BANGOR GOAL, t, 'L,i tl iuok. The <k:Ls.li of Wiriaa,m WidiLiams, the Rhyl right full, ipiayisd. Olid Ha,"rv mth tho p.vjtty niovc^iiont-. of the heeno forw<.iurdis, Tvho OTOT played tlv? cloee p.IRJ-i.ng- game. Alii the iii-aag>arous atlcucks on tba Rihyl goail .oman- aL.:rf**fncen the cea'trcs of Evans, wio was aJ- vrajs ''cm tha mark." Oai tfn/3 v.ihcile, th-e p.ay on "both sides was Tiathor scrappy, due no dotibt to the hftavy ground. Kaslf-time: B am cor, 8; RliyJ, mil. SE<)OND HALF. Tho fii-at inoiwiowt cutnr tlio eoffeia had vairiahcd was a ahoit by Evaais, "Whrjob almo.it did. tl»« t^i-ck. Aftirir this, Bangor placed <^n the dicfcciisive, and .i<t looked odds an iihyl bs'Jitg euoassfifi, but llwfa. ii&ter- :»'■):d, SJltd wdth a rush the homo forwards fcw-iipi, dovm til-? fi-tud. WCl'iajin Williams iTuigBcxi his kick, but the eustodir.n was, for- tuaately, clots? a>t hand. M. I'arry .had a wairm handful in Dargds, hut he did ui-ot al- ways come off second best. The next i/nci- d-jut of note :w.s a try by N-cxnnan Pritoba-rd, 'vitk'h apparently tciooureg>cd his eaicagu-rs, lor thov infused mouc dash into thoi-r pda-y, md but tor Jo ok Joeiice, who tackled very .f '.ctively, they must have seo'red. Burton to opon Rhyl's account with a "t-ijxcula.tor," v^liioh <kee-rvcd a. bcitt-nr i'vte. tio V pU.I. U,, I ,,v V;. pa-E-gea. flv,?,X O-eaot)cd 'the t-0 wid-o, fidiooti-ng with his rplgiit foot ir>at«c<a of his left. Ttoetn, Evrj-ss had a okair course. *und foro.d a corner, from whioh II. Davics lf?«de»d over. Ojivor mads amesnds for his aifoi'ie-mcntioiacd failure to scora, regisuotiittg" Bao^or'.? FOURTH GOAL in pretty styio. lie was standiin.g with a bunch ot players close to the Rhyl goal, and if he bad takc-a a full kick Utio ball would piobably l.ave :i^'r'e ooilt'.do. lrvst<e<td i» gontly topped m- with sde of his foot into tiio corner of tihe ret. 1:¡ less tka..i a minute. Oliver, meetiiig the ball from a corner kick, kicked 11; over 1L8 head to 11 wlio in turn, bcad,-d '1,,to the c(VDe;. -Gf "ot--iNo. 5, f?).r cf lw',i?-di the iic,ne skipper wa., responaible. At the other end Nonihui Pritcbard tried h:s luck, Hwfa saving by heading over. Affco* dcdgii.'g playo-r after player, the 8I>f.C¡;¡.UJr" sa w rig'ht foot shoot out, and it all up wn-h the custodian tor ir.e netting quiveioJ' with the forcing of {tie ih9i.. H««Uy luid tii»a cbecri subsi<i«*i Vtc iC're O.iv-er crasii-cd in oacdier shot, from whioli H. Dav ies scored ti. sevcarth ffoal. The he mo lorw-ards again pdrducit-cd dfown fclie field, and, to deal with a drive from II, Daviee, Hug'hes had to fall acid smc-tiher tho ball, and in the ¡ u;3h which c-nsued be was aocidcn-Jally kiokcd Bangor were OUT FOR GOAT13 w lli a vengeance, and hot f-u^lado was kcjpt on the Rhyl goal. Wright tried deeps-ratoly to get a. point to his credit, but a loug eijoi from his toe was captured by H'U.gbfrs. Norman Pritchard had the bettor cf Hwfa William J, in a du-l" but his efforts fizzed out. Final: Bangor 7, Rhyl 0.