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FOOTBALL. LTIANGOLLEN AMATEURS V. OSWESTRY Si". OSWALDS -This match was played on the Cilmedw Field on Thuradby, and resulted in a win for the Amateurs by 2 goals to 1. Gwilym Humphreys and Willie Richards scored for the Amateurs. RHOSYMEDRE CUP (UNAFFILIATED). FIRST ROUND LLANGOLLEN JUNIORS V. RHOSDDU.—Played on Cilmedw Field on Saturday, and resulted in an easy win for the Juniors by 4 goals to 1. The scorers were-Frqnk D-ivies (2). Arthur Wynne Edwards (1) and Edward Roberts (1). WREXHAM LEAGUE CUP. RUABON v. PONKEY.—Played at Ponkey on Saturday. Ruabon were leading by one goal to none when the game was stopped five minutes from time. THE COMBINATION. BANGOR v. DENBIGH —Played at Bangor on Saturday, Bangor winning b? six goals to three, CREWE ALEXANDRA RESERVE V. CHESTER.— Played at Crewe on Satu day, the home side winnin? by three goals to one. WREXHAM V. CONNAH'S QUAY — W'-exham'S' second string journeyed to Connah's Quay on Saturday, and bagged a couple of valuable points at the expense of their near rivals. The weather was most inclement, and but for twenty minutes play at the beginning of the game was fought out in a rainstorm, which was most uucomfortable for players and spectators. Both sides were strongly represented, and included several changes. The Quay played at inside left O'Neil, who was recently transferred from Wrexham and the visitors' team included Patten, a promising player from Shrews- bury. Glyn Jones and Emiyn Jones exchanged places in the half-back line, and both were very successful in breaking up the onslaughts of Jones and company.—Result Wrexham, 2 Connah's Quay, 1. THE WELSH AMATEUR CUP. CEFN ALBION V. ACREFAIR UNITED —This match was to have been played at Cefn on Satur- day, but was abandoaed owing to the inclement weather. JOHNSTOWN AMATEURS V. ESCLUSHAM. —Played at Joanstown on Saturday. In the first few minutes Watkin, on the right wing, sent across a osnt e, which V. Jones placed in the Stars'goal. After the centre, Potts got the ball and shot into the net from the centre of the field. In another fifteen minutes H. Pritchard scored a third goal for Johnstown, and before half-time Williams scored the first goal for Esclusham. In the second half, Esclusham obtained a second goal through Davies, and the final result was Johnstown, 3 goals Esclusham, 2 goals. ■ 4


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