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POSITION 01' LEAGUE CLUBS.…

RESULTS OF SATURDAY'S I

WELSH CUP. I

: AMATEUR CUP DRAW. I

j NEXT SATURDAY'S FIXTT-R…

BANGOH R.I. v. RHYL. I

ASSOCIATION V. LEAGUE I TEAM.

I ABERGELE v. GLASiNFRYN.

PORTMADOC v. BARMOUTH. I

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PORTMADOC v. BARMOUTH. I (Welsh Amateur Cup). I These teams met a. PortmaJoc on Saturday ( in the second round of the Welsh Amateur CUP. The weather was very unfavourable for. football. The visitors were accompanied iq the field by tlie local brass band, and this, together with the im|>orta,ic^ of the game, drew a large crowd. Mr R. Morris, Festiii- iog, was the referee. Port won the toss and !tà( the advantage of a strong wind. The visitors crushed through, I U)C initial defence, but R. ?. I^berto was on th<? alert and they were repul. G"'il.yat t Roberta, by iorv smart, play corí; fur Port within three minutes from the tart. The homesters continued to have the best of mat- ters, their left winger playing a line gaUK. After a dispute between the Purt linesman and t.he referee, another was put on the line, and the rinic was proceeded with. The visitors (ii,l their b-est, to get going, but. the high wind spoilt all their attempts. The home forwards were having the best of the play, T' Hum- phreys forcing finely. Hobert" and Hughes, in the home forward line, made several splen- did attacks to cut up -the Barmouth defence, but the latter was impciietratable. Sot ill the Madoc players kept pegging along for a time, and then the visitors swung round and sent, the homesters t4., defend their own territory. The Madoc bocks and half-backs were in tip- lop form, and the visitors, in spite of ex- cellent play, could not get through. The ball was for a time mostly in the Barmouth quar- ters, but could not be placed between the two uprights. Half-time: Portmadoc 1, Barmouth O. On res«iniing 'he home 'eft wing were all alive, and came within shooting ranw of the Mawd'dach citadel, but. the defenders were strong and reliable. Moi Evans, the Port goalie, was in grand form, and though some shots sent in by the visitors were stingers, the homesters' coalie saved them in rare style. However, time slipped away rapidly, and yet the visitors coirld not, break through and srore. But. suddenly, Williams, wirh a splen- did shot. lwat, the Port- goalie and equalised Ihe score. The Madocites made several dash- ing moves, but aIL were abortive. Final Portmadoc I, Barmouth I. j

ICOL. MILLS ROBERTS STILL…

r _FOOTBALL NOTES,

SPORTING ITEMS."I

I-GOLF.

WALES AND HEALTH MINISTRY.

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