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NEXT SATURDAY'S FIXTURES.…

LEAGUE-FIRST DIVISION.

SECOND DIVSION.

COMBINATION.

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rPOINTS FOR RHYL. i .j

RHYL VICTORIOUS AT DENBIGH.

NORTH WALES COAST LEAGUE.

I - A POIANT FOR LLANSEF,'I:B.…

HONOURS EVEN.

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HONOURS EVEN. Festiniog: 2 j Colwyn Bay 2 I Thiis fixture was play-cd at Nowborough Park, Blaena-u Fostinicg, on Saitnird'ay, in fine we-ati&ar. Refeioe Wcich, of Crewe, lined the teams, at 2.30, as foliowe 1 — BLAENAU FESTINIOG Bob Smith Tom Hughes ajid W. Ba.ngor Jones; J. J. Robarts, Ijja-inaiii', ;end W. H. Williams; J. Hugihee, J-iim laoyd, W. J. Hughes, W. R. O-weci, and W. Pemaiy. COLWYN BAY: A. Jon-os; D. Roberts and O. E. WiCiiams; N. Griffith, T. McCanu (ca.ptaiin), aaid B. Ertnv Tuckor, W. Southorm, Stephen iliigiheis, and G. P. Hughes. Colwyn Bay, who played only ten men, won the toss and selected to play with the wind at their backs. The homesters immediately preased, Kinne.'r and Jun Lloyd testing the visiting cus- todian. The Seasiders retaliated, Tucker placing behind. The homesters, however, returned, and W. R. Owon with a fine shot op?ned the soore for the Quarrymen five minutes from the start. Festiniog oontmued to preas, Kmneir distin- guishing himself with an accurate long pot for goal, which was repulsed. The play then for some tirno assumed a dsng-dong order, Colwyn Bay failing to take advantage of a corner kick and two free kicks, the home defence being cxeptionally strong. Tin tdi??--n L?dvanc,)cL in lino, a wr;'iii- f C 'a front o I and r;,e v goa, ouJaniaiatcing in a penality against the seasiders. iCinxteir took charge of the kidv, and, netted the leather easily. Again the Quarryxnen bwiair.e cig'greaiive, W. J. Hughes the attack- wa-j folowcd by a>n-c<tihjer firie aivot by J. HugbcG, whioh only just mieood. The Quarry- m-efn oontinuod tho presigune, the vieitorj' gcalie being continually tested. J. H-ughej receiving a.n accurate pass from Penny missed an open goal. Half-time: Blaenau Feotlniog 2, Colwyn Bay, 0. On resuming Colwyn Bay assumed the aggres- sive, and Stephen Hughes netted after a fine run. Play then for several minutes was confined to Mid-fiLld, the exchan-s b,?ing very even. The vis :tori ther. p.?-c-sed, 7tit were cozi'L,-L'Lnual'iy re- pili'?ed 1--)y tli3 ltorn(,, Lacks. A solo rtiii by St-e?lion Hughes -o.-as frustratm at tli-, cruc: I id incrneqt by Toni wj-o x,?w, ill spion,4a form. A run by the homesters ended in a tine shot by Lloyd, which Jim cleared at the expanse of a corner W. J. Hushes headed an accurate centre behind, missing by inches only. Just be- fore the end of the game Colwyn Bay were awarded a penalty. Stephen Hughes tcok charge of the kick and equalised. Final: Bla-nau Fusfemkg 2, Colwyn Bay 2.

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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BUNTING.

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