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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.

HOLYHSAD v. BLAENAU FESTINIOG.

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HOLYHSAD v. BLAENAU FESTINIOG. THE 11A RBOUIIM E N WIN EASILY. (By "Critic.") I Holyhead 6 I Glaenau Festiniojj 0 Despite th'2 inclemenit weather a good number lirKxi 100 ropc-s when tii-eso tea-ms met at Holy- head on Monday. Rain fell at intervals, and the ground be.in-g on the heavy side, accurate football was r^ud-ered vary difficult. When the teams met at Festiniog earlier in the season, the .y, td'.ano ha?d -to s?Lb lo 62i,'cat by a ii,ol '!e, I rmt nzlrr(yw I-Dar6-in. P-ompMy at 2.iO Itefarco Slater ca.lexl upon the ooonbataaits to take up the fell lowing places:— HOLYHEAD: Bob Owen: Owen Morgan, Roland WUiiiairiia; Louis Jorjoi, W. T. J ernes, Diok Ellis; W. S. O'.von, Mo&jley Jones, R. U. Jones, II. O. Jones M:d L. McNeil. FESTINIOG: Jm Lloyd; Tom Hughes, W. Trevor Jones; J. J. Roberts, Kinanear, W. II. Williams.; Penny, Mon-i Roberts, W. J. Hugbet;, W. It, Owon ar;o R. C. Davies. R. C. JonCiS Sefi; the ball in motlcin for the homesters and Salisbury was soon in evidence-, but Trevor brought relief to the visitors. Play- ing up well, Fcatin.'og advaoroed on tihe right, Bob Owen being callrxi upon to save early on. This he did with ease and then the homesters ma.d;e tracks for Lloyd, but Hughes drove them back. From a free-kick Kiimnear troubled Bob Owon with a hot shot., whioh worthy negotiated safely. At the other end Mo»iey caused Hughes to eon-code a corner whioh was with difficulty dlearod. Mi-dfield play followed1, both sid'os Striv- ing d,f)eratEly, but it iell to tho lot of the wi ,p tl,;e &cori-n, Soijie n--a]Jy fin:? ?j' ifts t pLay by W. T. Jones ended in his testing Lloyd. lie* cleared the ball at the expense of a. corner. The bail came to W. T. Jones, who p0::d his brother 15ob in possession. Without rv.s-itation R. C. Jon-au drove the ball inilo tho net. -d .,?i?urre-I by tliis, tl!,o hornest,(?r3 cxerte- furtlier presiuix> on trie visitaig goal- A long' shot from Roland troubled Lloydl exceeding- ly, while a line attempt by AlitNeil narrowly iniaged. This player again tested Lloyd, who ri-avod1 at t'he expere-o of a fruitlosj corner. Onoe or twloe tihe visitori got away, but Owon was not at any time aericusly tested, the homo halves, paxtk-ularly W. T. Jt(n«e<5 and the cap- tain, ph'yjng'.a. fine game. Time after timo Kinnevir placed his forwards inpo.;s.æsiÏŒl', but they oould ltvalie no headway against the d-y fenoe opposed to them. Fino tackling by W. T. Jones, followed by a nice pasj by Merge 11 --I -,n "c'nt, ,a c Lbied 11. C) JOLLI?S t, Put ,d Itor the homesters, who led at tire interval by two goals to nil. HOMESTERS MONOPOLISE THE PLAY. Upon tho resumption MoseJoy Jones went to the centre, R. C. Jones 'laki.Rrg the niwido be>rth. In the first few momeruta R. C. Jones was almost through. W. Trevor Jones coming Itis -L-. W. S. 0-en d.ivc?(1- to tlo of ;id -Jlk? up-riogiit w,.t?li a fine Pertily. wcnt 6o,wn t-lio N?ling. only tc, ?-ri.-I:ah iN,cukl3,. Th?er,c, wo., Do miatakimg this sa-pai-iority of tihe homo side, who monopolifi^d- the. gam-e. It was not long- ere they had further increased their lead. iVjLoi'i-ri. bv tricky icotirork, lA 'elk the ball well up, and then centred, for Moseley Jones to test l,ic,v.d, wli?o tiz-c,d tdi,, bajl a I Y.r?, 'w -tr,. 6.Li.:?b,,try pcu-!l:ced ur>o,l tql,3 "I' an4ct?he &Clcr-l was "three up." The home forwards did as liked, and fio-m a fic-e kk'k e-loco Vhc ball came to R. C. Jores, W1K> added the fourth goal. ISo- 5 was .cored by McNeil, fino play by H. 0. Jones leading up to it. Before the close a penalty was awarded the homeebanv and from the resulting kiek Dick J'1-IKj plaoed tho ball wide cif Lloyd into (Hie net- Soon after the game concluded, with tho re- suc favouring Holyhead by six goals to nothing.

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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