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LEAGUE-FIRST DIVISION.

SECOND DIVSION.

COMBINATION.

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RHYL VICTORIOUS AT DENBIGH.

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RHYL VICTORIOUS AT DENBIGH. Rhyl 3 -J Denbigh 1 Ait Ikiabigih, on Tuesday, in ideal fcatba J weafciKT, an«l betfor.a a good geite, Rhyl had the sutisSactioTi of turning the tables oai Den- bigh, aai-d won by thste goals to ccts, against a score of two goals to on,2 for Dctnif.iigh lest Chtriestma^ Day. 'lho g-ame waa oouiitetibcd in a very sportsmanlike rn'Oatneir, and Mr E. J. B. Y.at.es, the rotorcie, is to be oomipli- mictnil>~d on his ihiamdC-ing of a g&rmo in v-h.,oli partisan f-eeilTCig' ran high. The tsaans wcr, DENBIGH: Sojn Griffiths jDscfcins and J. Parry Evans; H. Caritweight, T. A. Davicfi, and E. C. Hughes; D. B. Davies, E. E. Da- vies, R. WarbuTton, R. Thomas, find H. Randies. RHYTj E. Piitchajd Wil'lianns and W. H. Jonra; BruBtom, T. Ham-iaoin, ooid M. Parry; R. E. Hughas, Horaiby, FU'ost, and Morris. Ttoe hoitne captain WOll. tlie toss amd cuoobrd to p;'ay drOwn the &lo]>e. Rhyl wcae fkislt to attack, ax.d aftcsr onuv a couipie of miaauitcfi' play HonnTpy soared. Bcfih eid-es tlicai seftitiled down in real e«arnic«t, 2.md tho garnie was played at a veiry fast rait-e, both goalkocjpers havimg sihote to dciaj with. The ground was v<"ry heavy, and paaitioule.ir'ly xheai1 the aui- biigili IgCüJ, the pLayecrs of botii sidtas finding ót difficult to tod a foothold. Denbigh were tiie m-cot prominerJt, aaud th, right -m-cog puthiFg Ta gioad work, but it would have been hcitftcfl? if the capta-ia had abajted in his .proper position—outside loft. Froan -voral n-'ee octij,?r.-s m'igi?t .9- have hCCln utilised to bcttitex adva.ntegie, buit W.ai'hu'rtan W0,3 alow in aconpiiing the oippor- tumiitic« oieired. This Rhyl backs, ir.ciroovfir, played vigorously, and foptt the hoaiwetare •weik at bay. Afterwards Rhyl attcieked, but Pairry Evaois checked chemi, and T. A. Davivcs obbaiood poeaseeiioai, bcabir:g a oou.pilo of aippo^ ii'ana'ts, amd passing to his brother, E. E. I)a, vies. rl!he -iiigthtt iwamg was e^aia in evid.fr.iC'?, oni'.y to bs retpufiscd by W iiii»anus, v, ho sent wcJl up the ftcild. P.ay tfc-r a tinw. wt^s of a give air.d take order, inci'itlier eldie g«dn-ing muoh advantage. At ioii,gth Rthyi got away cgaioi, &nd a hot fusiicida vr-as made on tho IXxabigh goal!, aad Griffiths proved his worth •as a cuertodiian. Them Denibjgh retail :c.t:d, and W'iSiams bad a littlo luck m Btoppk-g a ekat, the bafli .boxawiiin.g cgicst his kxii'ica wuie>n. ,11, cippccwrd -it btu.itun. Again -h pixirvid ahrorugiy, emd E. E. Davies h,ad hard luck w,iith a nuot which, in att-omptrng to l' ut 'd -? ci,' h-e t?-ND w aft,r ibil 11 aggrw,,s?iva, 3, y -V, o ?- r. y c.c,q t ia b L is ra,?7,t by b,y, v?dio ptit w-c?l cpu?. c-f ,pja,aid Riiiyl itwo g-oals to the goc-d. Piay wc,s Pt,* fast and exc;i'aiing. The Ehyl g<l undeirwcurt a illicit aod dargcroua attack, but tho def-i'ince provail-ed. Cart-wright was winded, aorldthe game de- layed for a few minutes. When lie resumed it w --s that the home capta;n had crossed t)o otatiide ieft. while E. E. Davi-ets tooik :s place at outeid-e r^iit- Tliia altcr<<i r..o play of the liorvvard line ooiioide.ra.bly, for, w-haio fchev had been persistently at!ackti;g pre- viously, their work lacked cohesion, but now the oombir.aticn was better. and consequently the Rhyl def-eiiders had to lie on tho qui vivo to keep th-eir intact. Rhyl cleared, even- tually. and GaJla-a'her was to bo v.tor'kmg hard' for a goal again;t 'his old team. In this ha was tni-si rated c-noe some^vhat luckily. H-oM-tuno "lith Rhyl enjoying a lc«d af two clear goals. once ,In ",i rnc,,?t i.? Tlwy wL?-i? o'?4 'itack, ana" ho?y t' n,p-trly n t?-o a 1-a Rhyl goal cocaped is a myitery. Denbigh were now playing a muxsh stronger game than their Rhvl only oc-msiciiaiiy a.-ivay 1.0 but iN-l-en cfid do cic> tlie?y wexe m.lic,h rr, dangerous in from of goal. Frost and IImn- by were always prooiiiaerit and dangerous. Oil tlie other band LKsnibigl-t. while enjoying a mruCiii larger p.ro)x>rt.k.n of Clie game, oculd not break through ithyi defenoe. On one ??r tw<> u-?easioras b?w Eh--l y gca I c-?ca,f?cd i.-n a r4-maxka.L-Ie mar4n-(-r. Aft,,r one tc-rri.ble ei3rtiffm,a&Cl cn t-"u .?-aJ llird. I" x.,j? 'in*d W'ti-i?out a rnoDin??nt'i ,ad a cle,"r c,, ni.? 1 hesitation ho hot, but suddenly a leg &hot out, and the ball w»o4: for a corner, whicih, like the pest proved, abortive. Rhyl could not keep the home forwards out, try 3., they would. Just when Denbigh lOOkod iilcely to reduce the lead Rhyl broke away again. only to bo r-apeiled, and again Denbi; h pressed. I)tLr?ng an sc-rLnrni;rt) 14C'Ud ar4),a.'s Brun- ?ver-a hoird for t ki??k- st ton for haiidHng, but the T-e.feroo rightly rulod i-t '"frivolous," and Rhyl straightaway attacked. E. G. Hushes was pemalised for handling in the penalty arm, and from the [dace kick Hiarrtby compietod his hat tri-ck, givinig Grif- fithi no earthly chance to deal with a fine fihert. A.'th-(,u ",i y, I g, ybe&on. L)enb'i ralli4e.Li WT&ll, and E. E. Dav ioa, w;ho was undoubtedly the best forward cq the field, met a grand centre from B-erwyn l)avx«, and sent it past the astonished Williams iii-to tihe net- This suooess was g'reebed with loud cheers by the Denbigh supporters, a^-tho charmed spell which had rested over the Rhyl goal Jhad been broken. Bu-t it oanve too late for a few min- U)';e.i after tho fi-nai vvGiistlo sounded wrth the score: Rhyl 3, Denbigh 1.

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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