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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

CHESTER AND DISTRICT LboGUE.

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CHESTER AND DISTRICT LboGUE. DIVISION I. A POOR GAFtlE AT DENBIGH. Denbigh Church Guild 2 Creenfisld O These teams met at Denbigh on Saturday, be- fore a very psor attendance of spectators. Both sides were w ,-)l represented, the Guild introducing for the first timo a former Greenfield player, Joel Bennett, who i tho satisfaction of scoring the two goals whicii gave the Guild the victory. Mr Hodgc, of Che. t r, was the referee. Greenfield, p ay.ng down the slop:1, early loomed largely, but Hayward was in one of his best moods in the Denbigh goal. and saved some good shots in fine style. The play of both teams was of a ragged d cr.pt on. Now and again, however, sornJ pe, runs were made by the Greenfield forwards, wiio worked th o-ighout in more harmony than the homesters. Macnamara was conspicuous at centre forward for the Green- field team, and he led several attacks in a fasluon which bodrxl ill for Denbigh, but Parry Evans was a tower of strength at full back, and frus- trated the vis-tors' efforts time aft-or time. Mid- way through the first half L. Lewis broke through for the Cu.U, and was palpably tripped when about to shoot. The referee, however, did not see the offence, but the Guild soon got a goal, Bennett working through on his own and beat- ing the goalkeeper neatly. Greenfield played vigorous jootbait after th.s, and put strong pres- sure on Hayward's charge. The attack ended when Macnamara, apparently offside, netted, and the free kick gave the Guild a chance of getting the ball out of the goalmouth. liennett netted for the Guild, but the whistle had previously gone for offside. About eight ramute3 from time Goodwin, one of the home full backs, was car- ried off with a twisted knee. In his absence Greenfield maelo desperate attempts to get the equaliser, but failed. In the second half this Guild, with the slope in their favour, gave a bitter display, but were handicapped by Goodwin's incapacity. The visi- tors were al-10 playing under a disadvantage, Macnamara sustaining a painful twist of the knee. Petrie woikid hard, anel made up for this deficiency, however. The Guild were clearly out for a win, and Bennett scored their second goal. Play after this was fairly fast, and the tricky footwork of George Petrie was the source of ad- miration. Evans, however, was clearly his mas- ter, otherwise it would have been a sorry day for the Guild. Before time was called Macna- mara left the field, and nothing ()Ii any importance happened in the closing stag.s.

WELSH SENIOR CUP.

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