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Football. A MATCH between the Wrexham and Rhyl Clubs will be played on theRa.cecourse to-day (Saturday). Kick off at 2.30 p.m. RHYL v. ABERYSTWITH.—The above clubs met at Dolgelley, on Saturday, to play the second tie for the Wales Challenge cup. Neither side obtaining a goal, the result was a draw.— DENBIGH (SECOND ELEVEN) V. RUTHIN.-This match was played at Denbigh on Christmas Daji, and resulted in a easy victory for the Denbigh team by five goals and one disputed. RHOSTYLLEN v. GROVE PARK SCHOOL.—This match was played at Rhostyllen on Saturday, and after some good play on both sides resulted in a draw, neither side obtaining a goal. STANSTY v. GWERSYLLT {FORESTERS) 2ND TEAM.— A match was played between these clubs on Saturday on the ground of the latter, and resulted in a victory for Stansty by two goals to one. CHALLENGER Boys (2ND TEAM) V. NELSON. — A match was played between these clubs on Friday week, on the ground of the latter. The game through- out was in the hands of the Challenger Boys, and they won easily by eight goals to none. THE WELSH CHALLENGE Cup.-Result of second ties Excelsior (Newtown) beat Albion (Wrexham), one goal to none Druids beat Wrexham, one goal to none; White Star (Newtown) beat Gwersyllt Foresters, two goals to none; Ruthin beat Corwen, three goals to none Rhyl and Aberystwith. drawn game, one goal each after two hours' play. Draw for third ties Druids v. Aberystwith or Rhyl; Excelsior v. Ruthin White Star, a bye. Aberystwith and Rhyl allowed till January 10th to playoff their undecided. OSWESTRY V. WEDNESBURY OLD ATHLETIC. This match came off on the Oswestry Cricket Ground, in the presence of about 600 spectators, on Saturday, Wednesbury being the victors by four goals to none. The teams were as follows :—Wednesbury Old Athle- tic Goal, J. Page back, W. Moon (captain); half- backs, Cliff, Stokes, and Dodsworth right wing, W. Fellowes and E. Holmer left wing, J. Reeves and J. Stych; centres, R. Morley and J. Holden; umpire, W. Fellowes. Oswestry Goal, C. Conde backs, J. Williams and J. Groves half-backs, T. Gough, Mad- dock Jones, and J. Cheesman right wing, W. H. Davies (captain) and W. W. Shone left..wing, E. Shaw and J. Jones centre, J. C. Foulkes umpire, R. Hamer referee, G. F. Thompson (Druids). CORWEN V. RUTHIN. The second ties for the Welsh Football Association Challenge Cup were played on Friday week at Ruthin, and resulted in a victory for the Ruthin Club by three goals to none, two goals being disputed. The teams were-Ruthin Goalkeeper, G. Halley backs, J. Roberts and P. Mostvn half-backs, Randel Madocks, R. Williams, and W. J ones forwards, right wing, W. H. Roberts and W. P. Owen centre, Allen Lloyd left wing, Uriah Goodwin and G. H. Simon. Corwen Goal- keeper, E. Morris backs, P. Jones and M. Morris half-backs, D. Hughes, R. J. Jones, and E. Hughes forwards, right wing, J. Williams and R. Williams; centre, H. Williams left wing, J. Roberts and J. Edwards. Umpires Ruthin, J. Jones Edward Corwen, R. Price. Referee, T. Howard, Wolverhampton. MULD v. ALBION (WREXHAM).—A match between these clubs was played on Friday week at Mold in the presence of a large number of spectators. The Mold captain having won the toss chose to kick with the wind. The ball was kicked off by the Albions at 2.30, but before long the Mold placed a goal to their credit which was put through by Edwards. The ball during this half-time was continually round the Albion goal, but their backs managed to get their goal out of danger, and, however, no other goal was obtained until change of ends, when the Albions placed a goal to their credit, which made matters e^ual. The wind during the last half-time became stronger and remained so until the end of the game. The good feeling which existed between the players made the game very pleasant, and it was thoroughly enjoyed by them. The following were the teams :—Mold Goal, T. Rogers backs, J. B. Marston and T. Parsonage half-backs, E. B. Roberts, W. H. Webb, and H. J. Roberts; centre, A. F. Roberts; right wing, P. Dykins and S. Roberts left wing, W. B. Marston and E. Edwards. Albion Goal, B. Jewitt; backs, C. Roberts (captain) and H. Phoenix half-backs, G. Dutton, R. Ingham, and J. Ingham; centre, W. Davies right wing, F. Mason and W. Roberts left wing, A. Poole and W. Phennah. FOOTBALL FIXTURES. WREXHAM. Jan. 3, v. Rhyl at Wrexham. Jan. 10, v. Alexandria at Crewe Jan. 17. v. Druids at Ruabon. Jan. 31, v. Birkenhead at Wrexham. Feb. 7, v. Burslem at Burslem. Feb. 14, v. Llangollen at Wrexham. Feb. 24, v. Corwen at Corwen. March 6, v. Civil Service at Wrexham. March 13, v. Rhyl at Rhyl. March 20, v. Alexandria (Crewe) at Wrexham. ASSOCIATIOX OF WALES. Jan. 24, v. Staffordshire at Stoke. Feb. 21, v. Cheshire at Crewe. March 6, v. Staffordshire at Wrexham. March 13, v. Lan -ashire at Darwen. INTERNATIONAL. March 15, v. England at Wrexham. March 27, v. Scotland at Glasgow. GROSVEXOR (WREXHAM). Jan. 3, v. Foresters at Wrexham. Jan. 31, v. Mold at Wrexham. Feb. 7, v. Castle Foregate Blues at Shrewsbury.

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