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FOOTBALL. I Annual Meeting of the Welsh Association. The annual general meeting of the Foot- ball Association of Wales was held on Wed- nesday at Wrexham, under the presidency of Mr. John Davies. The balance-sheet showed that the association was now worth over £ 1,030; £ 800 had been invested in Con- sols. The record gate of the association was taken last season on the occasion of the mooting of Wales v. England at Cardiff, when the sum of £ 784 was taken. The surplus on the season's working was 1565. Mr. Mercer1 (Cardiff) said that, un- doubtedly, the balance-sheet was the most satisfactory ever presented to the members, but he did think there was an omission, per- haps unintentional. He certainly thought that after the i splendid work the South Wales Association did in connection with the international match at Cardiff some donation might have been voted to that association. The President said if it was understood that this was an appeal from the South Wales Association he was certain that the association would be quite willing to favour- ably consider the matter. Mr. Mercer said he did not speak for the South Wales Association. It was only his personal feeling that the efforts of South Wales should have been recognised. The report and baJanee-sheet were adopted. Mr. John Davies (Wrexham) was re-elected president,, and MI. R. T. Gough (Oswestry) and Mr. Mercer (Cardiff) were nominated for the position of vice-president. Mr. Ll. Wil- liams (Holywell), in moving the election of Mr. Mercer, said he thought it would only be paying a well-deserved compliment to South Wales if they elected that gentleman, especially considering that through the exertions of the South Wales Association they were now in an assured position finan- cially. A ballot was taken, and Mr. Gough secured 27 votes against thirteen recorded for Mr. Mercer, and he was afterwards unanimously elected. Mr. T. E. Thomas (Ohirk) was re-elected treasurer. There were twenty nominia/taons for the twelve seats on the council, and after a ballot had been taken the following were declared elected:—Messrs. Frank Beech, Rhyl- T. H. Buehby, Llangollen; G. E. Davies, Chirk; James Everall, Welshpool; E. T. Hallmark, Chester; Penry Jones, Llan- drindod Wells; W. Nunnerley, Wrexham; Arthur Thomas, Druid's; S. Willmann, Bangor; R. J. Jones, Wrexham; Evan Rees, Welshpool; and J. H. Simister, Whitchurch. Mr R. J. Jones and Mr. J. H. Simister a.re new members. Mr. W. W. Coulson, Oswestry, was re-elected auditor. HORACE BLEW LEAVES HIS OLD CJLUB. Horace Blew, tee international w t-ir»u amateur, who has played so many good games for Wales, his performance against England at Cardiff last season being parti- cuLarly fine, has severed his connection with the Wrexham Club and thrown m his lot with Wrexham Victoria, who have this year been'admitted to the combination. GILFACH-BAEGOED A.F.C. At a meeting 01 tne uuiacn-wargwa -aawu- cia-tion Club the following offioers were cle,et(-d:-Presi-dent, Mr. Thompson (Cardiff); captain, J. Daves: vice-captain, T. E. Jones; treasurer, R. V. Collings; secretary, Arthur Owen. Grange United R.F.C. have several open dates, and will accept good guarantee fixtures.-Apply J. Ford, 17, Kent-street, Grange, Cardiff. e447w30 All Players wishing to take part in a Trial Match, which is to be held at Cwmaman on September 1st, please send their names and positions to Secretary D. James. Shepherds' Arms, Cwmaman. e695al Crlyjicoirwg Juniors ltequire Fixtures R.F.C.; aged 15 to 17; home and away.—Secretary, J. Roberts, 16,-Pleasant View, Glyncorrwg. e610wJO

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