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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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HOLYHEAD v. LLANDUDNO JUNCTIL…

(DIVISION II.)

MORE POINTS FOR PENMAEN.

POOR GAME AT LLANDUDNO

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POOR GAME AT LLANDUDNO l.landudrto Res 2 Llandudno Junction Rss. G Thc,o teams met at Llamdsidrjo en Saturday in a Second Leag-ua emoouiit-Lr. Tho players ware r, fcllilov.ifi: LLANDUDNO RESERVE: R. Lueit; R. J. \Vi'l'>oims arud J. H. Davies; p. Daviios, G. Davics, amid H. Pearson; J. Willkwns, II. Yates, W. Thomas, W. Owen, and G. Daritis. LLANDUDNO JUNClTON RES. (playing tea men): Llew. Parrv; Bob Owtan aawl D. Paipry; W. E. J<xn>:s, Pa^ry, and Ssua Eobects; D. Pritchard, Evan Joiniis, T. Mor- gc.,D., auid J. R. Owecn. Tiiijo game proved very imattnactive, aaud thesie w.a., onJy a sjna.ll oiovid of epcot.aitors. A strong win-d epoejl-ud good play, &»d oftein baffled tiie playtirs. ihoina;, played vice Clcavci, at oe-xifti'i;. Tine hoiae ¡,oi' ant in motion by Pearson, who was unable to go to Uanhec'is, bu.t Owc- ntiiSBed au opctn goal froin a b), D:ivi-e-. Tl, btzt f-- tricky at iL: we-ak. D-v?? I)ut im wo-'k, but t&be -ime,'rlo Hugh n.-Ppcd iln but th?e r,t,-ht w-,?,ig aga?n made t-c-?,k for l,uira. ( liz.ms ing the vet:diet. Pearson was in fine fettle, but his work was of no avail to tihe homesters. Bob Owen proved a tower of strength to tha visitors, and ttme after time cleared his lines. A good dribble by Pearaon was completed with the home right head- ing wide of the mark. The Junotioinres were on tine defensive for the greater part of the time, but occasionally broke away. A free-kick w&s awarded against Pearson, but nothing íol- Jowed. Both custodians had an easy time, but at length the Blu.-s foroed a corner whioh was only cleared with difficulty. The play was of a most interesting ah-waeter at this stage. Half-time: lJandudno ltes., 0; Llandudno Junction Ree., 0. RJiil-ARFuANGED FORWARD LINlS, After the interval Llandudno re-arranged their forward line. Pearson, who had gone to play at oantro, within a miriuto oonverted a pass from Vfiiliains, though th,, JLinetion men strongly ob- jc-eted on the &;round--3 uf offside. The Nisitii? 't?it liad a tus-.I, with R. J. WilLiams, i-lic l,or?n(-7r .11 0(03*: 9 Off -?000?Dd beg,?. Bob Owen was forced fA concede a oorner in order to stop Pearson, who was in flight for goal. Davies was next in poS- a/id brought Parry to his knees with a t drive wluch was cleared after a struggle-in gtal mouth. The Blues next forced, a corner G8 u. le;, but Bob Lurjt fisted away grandly, Mtd direetiy afterwards cleared a splendid drive fc«a* the Junction right: wing. ^Pearson was only j wit wide with a long shot. A grace of oorn-ers feU. t. tke lot of the Str pas, ijut they -failed to voOrt either of them.* Liaji'drndiao wcr-e awarded a. psn-aPty for hallNb, ::>.1::0:1 DaatiiiB was entrusted with the kick aaid found rict, but infringamemt had o-oenrrved, end tihe kiek had to ba r-e- tabcoi. Again, Danius made no iniistalz-e a fast drive.. P-eaeacn wcn dead on the tar- but thie v.isilti.rg fem;itod'ian was on the Sile'.Ft, af&d saved wli. Bob Own foukd th- ,homoe ocaxstre when th-e leit''j.:>r was in a good position. Tli-e visl'tois nursed »evenal oppoirt-uiiities to score. H. Davi-e-3 dribcdec down, a.nd was rjsarly tflsrough v.ih.ai he IViu. G\:>arge 1)avian was Ciotiajniieuoiun for go.)d d,- femssive wock. Peaiivuci v.-etiitt away, but Bob OW-0n cam ito the .rescue, Ge-o-r.g.e Daviiss shot wide. A oanifcno from the home right should have boesn converted, but thciv was no ono at the cn^iltiioai moment. Pcursou tost-cd the visiting goalie, a poor game war; drawn to a oloeo. W2q draW1ll toO ,a ol-oao. :¡i'blll,?,l: I,lldudmo R\3., 2; L:n:duån'Û J UT!iJtJ.:Jon BA'13 ()

CHESTER AND DISTRICT LboGUE.

WELSH SENIOR CUP.

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FRIENDLIES.

GOLV. --

BUNTING.

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