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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.

PWLLHELI DOWN AGAIN. --

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PWLLHELI DOWN AGAIN. ILlancwst 4 Pwllhsli o Aft, Pwuibidi, 011 Mteudiay, ia lo:etcl:ous wffiuth.u. 'Jill's ihanK\3tri.B had p-r-actLteaJily a Eia^ctrTe .•feastm, ajad tihta visitors aJso had on ctr two RaOTci). Ilt vc-s im-utua/lily a.rraai^pul bcitwciou tih<: ttwo tnams .J() pluy 35 miuutuj eiacFa way, so t tHita Eooaters oouild critch 4 p.m. The kick-off Vv«e adveaittised for 1.45. It was one of tih-e pcoriceifc maitchets ovc/r rccci 011 tLis Betcureatdoa Grouxid. Al't-hc-ugili the grc-and was slippery, tilio playem ougihit to have dxxM muoh beittea- tfaan they did. Bob I'll ii:s, few the hoimectors, v.-as etasiily the be.~i-t lma tcmi tiho lielld. Air C. J. llhctmais, Bcaig-or, w.a,s ?"o toftioiod iLn chaxga, amd Iiin-L)i tlto t,,anio up ow foll aiv?:, PWIffAl D, Ll I)a v ill Hugli,?r,; G r'? ffi t-b I"b Nio;7, n, Bcl) E-,13"3 4=, d R. S. W'- c? Elul,3, acrl R. H. Whi-t-j; W. 0. Xlugtiitio, David Hugh-es, Hughu.e Griffith, J. Wiilnams, and W. Ro.w'l-ands. LiLANRWKI': R. Jon.es; C. Morgan a.nd W. Owesn; J. WiMi'ams, R. D. Rich-aids, apd H. Rorberts; Roberts, W. J. Jones, Riehei-rds, J. D. Jones, and D. R. Jom«es. The hometjlierts won this t.Q3S, aoid d-crfe-iEiiled the TailcjTniie<ra-u gccjl. fc'ootii' .c-ftea- tho gaano (Storted, the raia began to fall. The play icc.~a rho corameaoemcnt was vory scraggy, bath sets of forwards beiag weak, and tii-a defenderi on both sictej had plenty of time to clear.. The visitoie, aided by tho wind, were the ag- gressors, but Bob KUis, Griff, a-nd Sandy kept bhem at bay. At la.jt ono of tihe visitsrsg for- wards shot towards goal; a badk f-ailed to eleiar, orwl tba baJJ went sk>v,ly towards th a fjoall fc&oper, who in trying to kiok tho ball misled his footing, arid a goal was recorded—a most innooent g«il, toa Even tho spectators were roaring at such a thing', although it oau.nt<xl n,t the homesters. Soon afterwards, from a rllHh by the visitors, araothsr shot went through, which the goaJkeeper sihoyid have held. After this revor80 the homesters went to pieces, only Bob Ellis being in the fewe, and on many occasions ho had baid lioej with solo rum of his own. Before tho whdwtle sounded for half-time (tho Roosters incrwas vi their lead- Half-time: Llanrwst 3, P>vllholi 0. KICK AND RUSH GAME. On r.es-umin; tiho same wasika-esi was ap- parent, play belrag simply of a kiok and rush order. At irvtcrvals a few flashes would bo seen by the horoest-ers's forward line-but all of tbam emio to nothing. Llanrwst bucked lap for a time, and only for the alertners of liob Ellis thoy would have increased tineir score. At last they managed to soore, and this waa 1 Lhe o-rti; point in tilts haif The result was: Llanrwat 4. Pwllheli 0.

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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