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NEXT SATURDAY'S FIXTURES.…

LEAGUE-FIRST DIVISION.

SECOND DIVSION.

COMBINATION.

--->-----SEVEN CLEAR GOAL…

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NOTES. An ideal day, but a poor crowd. Rhyl used to draw well in days gone by, but of late the tale has been somewhat different. -in their ranks was W. H. Jones, of Bangor, who d.d service for the City crew some years ago. Jack Jones took up his usual position at left full full back, and the hnmp set looked oomplete. In the opening &ccn<; Evans was in prominence, but V> ■ H. Jones prevailed on one or two occa- sions. Evans soon measured his opponent and eventually got in a beauty wh ell Hughes saved in style. Rhyl, although young-looking fellows, made several promising rushiw, and Ted was lucky on one occasion to save. Both ends were visited in turn, and Hughos had a deal to contend with. Ol.ver and Hughie Davies initiated the first telling movement, and when tho latter was about to part Burton paid him too much attention in the penalty area. Dargie was given tho shot, and the leather le Wa" passed Hughes at express speed. The Scribes were in doubt as to the identity of tue penalised player, and polit.'ly asked one of tho Rhyl players if he knew the name, but lie plar(-d to b?,- at )ca. ,.pI An effort was made to ascertain the name from one of the forwards, but he was also at sea as to tlie identity of his colleagues. T. "a'Ok-se the Sci-'bcts' d't!icu!ty the Iiiii,5?ian d'dn't tlll?K I. 1 kst of players supp]IC-(l Inp.des&ly wrong. i ii,, visitors were an "unknown quantity" to earh'offici-. A gentleman on the stand, how- ever, supplied the deficiency. To business. Hughie Dav;es registered the second, and Dargie brought up the totaf to three before breathing time. Rbyl made capital efforts to break through, but lacked sting. The imt ai hrUf was certainly not exciting, and some of the players appeared to be suffering from "too much pudding. Tho second Jwiii ofx3jued more promisingly, and tho teams appeairod to be more ev<?n]y matched. Both teams, particularly the forwards, did what was expected of them, but there wa. no tangible result for aevoral miimtes. Oliver was the fiiut to bre.ik tiie ice, aaid rlio point be notched was judiciously placed from a difficult position. Dargie waa the next hero, and the fifth goal formed his third success. Rhyl awoke, as a giant refreshed, and Pritah- ard fired in eaa-neat. t> Hwfa, mtm-t^'od to eloax i at?,l a I,v, y w: aiid an ab-ortIV43 CO,?lln-ef m-,u,'t,ed. Tiie "lcin of hustlers" was ag-aln on tho war- path, and the sixth waa one of tho bEe-well done, Dargie. That other little ehap followed in his wake, and "w# are seven" went up. It was really Oliver s point, but it wag Davies who put on the finishing touch. Ithyl w-'rO -w out of th,- ,iring, and ?v,re c,ai-ton,t, t-o be cn th-o d-ofpn-,ve I-de. l?a,,igctr have -xor4-?d 15 Js in two i,oing i?atk-hm. goL ou<x,3z5i 7 o Just to end up—a happy YuJotwie to aU -s rouder

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.

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FRIENDLIES.

GOLV. --

BUNTING.

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