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FOOTBALL. LANCASHIRE V. NORTH WALES.-On Saturday aftsr- noon the fourth match between the representatives of the Lancashire and North Wales Associatioas took place at Turton, near Bolton, in the presence of about lOot spectators. Wales loft, making only two goals against Lancashire's four. FINAL TIE OF THE WELSH CHALLENGE Cur.-In the presence of upwards of 2000 spectators, the final cup tie in connection with the Welsh Football Association was played ( ff on Saturday afternoon, at Wrexham, the contesting teams being the Druids and the Hutbin. C,ub. When the game terminated, the Druids were declared the victors by two goals to one, and they consequently become the possessors of the challenge cup. The teams were made up as follow :Ruthin Goal, H. Parry backs, J. Robert* and J. Halley; half- back., R. Madchck., P. Mostjn, and R. Williams; right wing, W. P. Owen and W. H. Roberts left wing, Uriah Guodwin and G. H. Simon; centre, A. Lloyd. Druids: Goal, B. Roberts; backs, LI. Kenrick and J. Powell; half-backs, W. Williams and E. Bowen; right wing, D. Heywood and J. Jones left wiug, J. Vaughan and J. Jones; centres, C. Ketley and K. Crosse. The umpires were Mr Bethel), Birkenhead, and Mr Manners, Wrexham. The referee was Mr Brookes. NORTHERN WELSH FOOTBALL ASSOCIATIOI.Bau;iir 1". Llanrw.t.- The final tie for this Association cup will be played by these clubs at Bangor this day (Saturday). Both teams are very Btrong, and a close contest may bo anticipated. Prepirations have been made for a large gathering of spectators, and a fine day only is required to ensure the success of the meeting. The elevens will be as under -Bangor-Denman, goal; Vincent and J. Jones, backs; Robert Williams (C C.) and J. F. Williams, balf-backs; W. Fellewes, Smith, Dr. J onetl, Richard Williams, Robert Williams (P.O.), and J. R. Jont-s, forwards.—Llanrwst—Huicbins, goal; Rev. J. J. Farr and R. E Williams, backs; T. Rogers Jonos, P. McMahon and T. Owen, lialf-backs; T. B. Griffith and J. W. Griffith, right wing; T. R. Jones (Penmacb- no) and R. II. Hugh Jones, left wing aud R. 0. Dttviee centre.

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