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I THE WELSH JUNIOR CUP. J

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I THE WELSH JUNIOR CUP. J I FIRST ROUND. I I FIRST DIVISION. I BERSE ROVERS V. BUCKLEY. Played on the Rovers' ground on Saturday, in very miserable weather. A fast and exciting game ended in a win for the home team by five goals to three. The follow. ing were the teams:- BERSE ROVERS.—T. Ratcliffe, coil; W. Jones and R. Roberts, backs H. Perrin, G. Lloyd, and J. Williams, half-tacks D. Goodwin, T. Roberts, J. Tattum, R. J. Tattum, and T. Mathews, forwards. BUCKLEY.— H. Tarran, goal; E. Routledge and J. Croose, backs; E. Cathrall, H. Shaw, and It. Williams, half-backs J. Anglesey, G. Elli, A. Hickton, T. Cathrall, and J. Jones, forwards. Referee, Mr Robert Jones. Wrex- ham. LLAY HALL BLUE STARS V. WESTMINSTER ROVERS RESERVE.—Played at Stansty Park on Saturday, rain falling during nearly the whole of the match. Fur some time play was even, frequent attempts being made at both goals, but without anything being accomplished. At length the Stars had an openinv, and the ball was put between the postp, and at half. time tile Stars led by one goal to nil. Earlv in the -econd half, the Stars improved their score, and then the Rovers appeared likely to do something, but the I visitors' goalkeeper cleared his goal in fine style. flat:dq near the Rovers' goal gave the Stars a chance, but they did not avail themselves of it. The Rovers had another chance, and then the Stars were conceded a "corner," which proved fruitless. Shortly afterwards, a corner fell to the Rovers which met the same fate. The Stars had rather the best of the game, ultimately winning by two goals to nil.—The following team represented the winnersJ, Wynne, goal; W. Thomas and A. Lawrence, backs; H. Jones, A. Lawrence, and Charles Prydden, half- backe; Alfred Jones, William Shelboume, John Davies, George Jones, and Robert Crompton, for. wards referee, Mr W. J. Hughes, Wrexham. BBYKBO INSTITUTE RESERVE V. BROCGHTON ST. PAUL'S.—Played on the ground of the former on Saturday, in wretched weather. There was also a high wind, and this rendered accurate shooting difficult. Brymbo kicked off, and after some smart passing J. Jones scored for the Institute. D. Matthias then scored for the visitors. J. S. Wynne played an exceedingly good game, and sent in several gratid shots, but the visitors' goalkeeper was in good form. Brymbo had hard lines in not scoring, half- time arriving with the game one goal each. On re- starting the visitors scored their second goal, the Brymbo goalkeeper missing his kick. The visitors got another i A i i 5 6 goai tnrougn, wnicn, nowever was noc aiiowea. muco better play was shown during the second half, as the rain had ceased and the 6un shone brilliantly. Before the close, St. Paul's scored a third point, and thus won by three goals to one. Teams;- BRYMBO INSTITUTE RESERVE.—T. Roberts, goal T. Griffiths and J. S. Matthias, backs R. Williamq, J. Davies, and S. William*, half-backs J. Davies, J. S. Wynne. J. Jane-, J. Parry, and G. M. TLomas, forwards. BROLCHTON ST. PAUL'S. G. Jones, gjal; J. Davies and W. Bagnall, backs J. Matthias, P. Harrison, and E. Parry, tialf-back-i S. Davies, W, ^oyd, T. Jone? W. Dodd, and D. Mattbiv, forwards. Referee, Mr D. Smith I W« tm:nsterRo¥eifsf. I SECOND DIVISION. I WBEXHAM GYMNASIUM V. WREXHAM RESERVE.— Played on the ground of the former on January 17th, the home team winning by three goals to two. MINERA ROVERS V. RHOSTYLLEN RESERVE.—Played at Minera, on Saturday, the visitora winning by eight goals to four. Referee, Mr Frank Evans, Wrexham. WREXHAM VICTORIA v. GWENFRO RED STARS.— Played on the ground of the former, on Saturday, in wet weather. The visitors arrived late, and when the ball was started the home team at once pressed and scored in the first minute. The Vies pressed all through and led at half-time by 8 goals to nil. In the aeconj, the homesters cjmpletely ran round their opponent, and adding ten more goals, finally won by 18 goals to nil. The teams were as fol- lo%vu WREXHAM VICTORIA: J. Ma-rison, goal A. Davies and J. Johnston, backs J. Wilding. T. Gill, and T. Burke, hilf-bicks; K. Parry, G. F. Kelly, A. Williams, J. Pugh, and II. Tiainor, forwards. GWENFRO RED STARS A. Hooson, goal; J. Roberts and Cdarles Johnston, backs B. Jones, Charles Williams, and fsaic Jones, half-backs Joseph Joaes, Robt. Wynne, J. C. Griffiths, Thomai Bellis, and Robert Clemens, for- wards. Referee, Mr W. Hughes, Wrexham. I THIRD DIVISION. MANCOTT AND PJENIBE UNITED V. LLANDUDNO Swirra.-Played at Sandycrolt, on Saturday, before a very good attendance, Btth teams were well represented. The Swifts won the toss and kicked off against the wind. At half-tim?, the United led by three goals to nill. In the second half, the visitors pressed, the home team defending well. The Swifts scored twice, and then the United pdded a fourth goal and won by four goals to two. Teams :— MANCOTT AND PENTRE UNITED Thallcroft, goal J. Rowlands and J. Jones, bae s H. Jonts, H. Shaw, and J. Parish, half-backs A. Trickfleld, J. Garratt, J. Davies, r. Taylor, and T. Garratt, forwards. LLANDUDNO H. Crockett, goal; G. Thorpe and W. Roberts, backs J. T. Hill, T. Owen, and P. Laroche. half-backs P. Mills, J. Jones, S. Roberts, S. Hughes, and J. E. Hughes, forwards. Referee, Mr C W. Berrie, Rhyl. MOLD RED STARS v. RHYL VICTORIA CROSS.— This match was played on the ground of the Stars on Saturday in wretched weather. The home captain won the toss, and elected to play against the wind. The ball was set rolling by Evans for the visitors, and a well contested game resulted in a draw of three goals each. An extra half hour being played, the score was altered to four goals each. The following were the teams KED "TARS. -Smith, goal; Manley and Whitley, backs D. A. Roberts, Smith, and Batemin, half-backs; K. J. Jones, Smith (captain), Cartman, B. Williams, and J. R. Jones, forwardq. RHYL.—Brookes, goal; Rjles and Jones, backs Middle- ton, Matthews, and J. Williams, half-backs D. LI. Jones, Rosney, Robinson, Jones, and J. Evans, forwards. Referee, Mr W. Hughes, Wrexbam. FLINT V. MOLD RESERVE.—The match was played at Pcntre Hill, Mold, on Saturday. Piay in the first half ruled fairly even, though the visitors scored twice through the medium of Lloyd and Jones. For fully half an hour in the last forty-five minutes the Reserve were penned in goal, the visitors adding two more points to their score. Nothing further was recorded, and the game ended in favor of the Chemicals by four goals to nil. Subjoined are the teams FLINT.—Rush, goal; Hall and Read, backs; Price, Lloyd, and Ellis, half-backs E. B. and C. Cristopherson, It Jones, Craig, and Matthews, forwards. MOLD RESERVE.—Roberts, goal; W. N. Bellamy and Jones, biicks D. Edwards, Welsh, and Jenkins, half- ba ks Jones, W. Evans, Pierce. Roberts, and J. Evans, forwards. Referee, Mr W. Fisher, Wrexham. Holywell Reserve a bye. FOURTH DIVISION. RHOS ST. JOHNS V. KHOS EESERVE.-Played at Rhos, on Saturday, St. John's winning by four goals to three. MALPAS V. CHIRK RESERVE. Played at Malpas, on Saturday, the visitors winning by four goals to or.e. The Chirk players were as follows :—J. Meredith, J. Davies, J. Roberts, E. Morris, E. Powell, Fred. Edwards, W. Egan, E. Williams, Geo. Williams, Enoch Roberts, and W. Meredith. OSWESTRY RESERVE V. PENYCAE WANDERERS.— Played at Oswestry, on Saturday, the ground being very slippery. At half-time, the home team led by four goals to nil, and the final result was-Oswestry Reserve, eight goals Penycae, one.' The teams were as follows OSWESTRY RESERVE.—J. Jcnes, goal; A W. Sabine and J. McK;»y, backs; H. Wojlham, D. Francis, and Isaac Robeit3. haif-backs; A. Lloy(I G Meredith, A. Hallam, N. Ji lies, and M. Jones, forwards. PENYCAE WANDERERS,-W. M. Davies, goal Wm. Edwards and R. Jones, backs R. Roberts, W. Jones, and R. Owens, half-backs J. Matthews, J. Rowlands, Wm. Pritchard H. Phillips, and G. Owen, forwards. iteferee- Mr T. E. Thomis, Chirk.

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