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THE WELSH JUNIOR CUP. I FINAL TIE. I WREXHAM VICTORIA v. FLINT. I This tie was played off on Wrexham Racecourse, on Monday, before a good number of spectatorp. The kick-off was adveit'sed to take place at half-past five, and shoitly after that time, Craig kicked off for Flint, who had the assistance of a slight cfreez-, but I had to face the sun. Pugh and Williams worked the ball towards the Flii.t goal, hut sent behind. Wilding did some nice work, and Johnston made a good ret-irn- A run and shot by Christopherson forced Harrison ti give a corner. The ball was well placed, and some excit'ng play took place in the Victoria goal, but the danger was finally averted. A good rur. and cross by Kelly gained ground, Pugh kicking behind. Parry was well placed, but shot wildly behind. From the goal-kick, Lloyd secured and male a long shot, the ball just goine wide. A run by Trainer was followed by a corner for the Victoria, but it was placed behind. A shot across the Flint goal by A. Williams was screwed outside the posts by Kelly. Some effective play by Croudace and Matthews looked dangerous, but Wilding and Davies stopped them, and returned the ball. Parry secured and shot. Bartley hitting away. At the other end, Chribpherson had a chance but kicked behind. A corner for Flint followed soon after. It was beautifully placed by Price, and T. Bartley headed through the first goal for Flint. From the re-start, the ball was sent over the Fiint goal line. The goal kick enabled Bartley and Christopherson to get away, and a good shot by the latter was weakly hit away by Harrison. Johnston, however, came to the rescue and cleared in fine style. A good centre by A. Wiiliams was turned to account by Kelly, who put in a fast shot, Bartley hitting away. Gill returned the ball, however, and Hughes gave a corner. whkh was cleared. Johnston gained possession and kicked over the line. Hall saved well, when Kelly was getting near goal. A free kick for hands for Flint was followed by a corner, which was well p aeed. Matthews shot in, Davieg returned and L'oyd then kicked over the bar. A corner at the other end for?e Vie s was cleared. A free kick for hands for the Vic'e near their opponents' goal was badly placed by Burke, the ball travelling out of play. From the goal kick, the Flint forwards got away, Craig shooting outside. Trainer was c heered for a clever dribble, Hall just saving. An exciting scrimmage followed in the Hint goal, and Bartley finally picked up anti threw away. A goal was claimed by the Victoria and play was stopped for a time. The referee EnaJly decided against the Victoria, and threw ltu he bah ?pat the place where the game had been stopped. Pugh immediately secured and shot behind. The left wing of the Victoria kept hard at work, and Hughes put in some good kick?. Half-time arrived with the hall in Flint quarters, and with the score i standing Flint one goal, Wrexham Victoria nil. On changing end,, Christopherson and Bartley were the first to make a move, but the ball was worked into touch. Croudace was noticeable for some good play, and he finally shot over the bar. A good centre by Pugh resulted in some exciting work in the Fiint goal, Hall eventully clearing. A combined ruh by the Vies locked dangerous the ball going over the lint-. A good shot by Wilding was returned, and Gill kicked behind. At the other end Harrison saved a low shot from Croudace. Pugh got well down, but shot wildly behind. Hands stopped the Flint for- wards when they were getting away, but the free- kick came to nothing. A good centre by Parry followed, and Trainer was fouled in goal. From the I free-kick the ball was worked out a little way. A. Williams, however, secured possession, and with a long shot equalised the score. Trainer looking after Bartley. On re-starting, play was for some time in mid-field. A free kick for hands for the Victoria was well placed. The ball was sent into touch, and from the throw-in a corner resulted for the Vies, which was sent behind. Flint then had a look in, and Croudace shot just outside the posts. Directly afterwards Christopherson did the same thing, after a good run down by all the Flint forwards. From the goal kick the ball travelled towards the Fiint goal, and A. Williams shot through the second goal for the Victoria. Play now became fast and exciting. Kelly and Parry raced along the right, the latter shot, and Bartley was called upon to hit away. A long shot by A. Williams just travelled outside. Hughes stopped some good passing by Pugh and Williams, and at the other end Johnston was too good for Croudace. Bartley kicked out a shot from Williams, and then Pugh shot outside. A free kick for hands for the Vies near the Flint goal was well placed by Burke, Parry kicking over the bar. A similar advantage for FliiitNvas cleared by Johnston. Parry was given off- side, but the free kick did not relieve the pressuie for long, and the Vies pressed severely. Pugb centred well, and Kelly breasted the ball outside. A good run by Ellis changed the venue of the play for a short time, his shot going over the bar. The Vic,, however, returned, and a run by Trainer resulted in Pugh heading the third goal for the Victoria. Not satisfied with this, however, the Wrexham boys played up strongly, and Williams just missed scoring again from the kick-off. Some exciting play was then witnessed in the Flint goal, and from a cross by A. Williams, Kelly nlt through the fourth goal for the Victoria. The Vica had all the play, and Bartley saved well. Kelly headed outeide the posts, and then the referee cautioned some of the players. Flint now made a vigorous attempt to get themselves into a better position, but their efforts came to nothing. The Vies ran down the field again, and Hughes was forced to give a corner. Thh came to nothing, and then time arrived with the score—Wrexham Victoria, four goals; Flint, one. The following were the teams :— WREXHAM VICTORIA. -Harrison, goal; A. Davies and Johnston, backs; Wilding, Gill, and Burke, half-backs; Parry and G. Kelly, right wing J. Pugh and A. Williann, left wing Trainer, centre. FLINT.—A. Bartley, goal; E. J. Hughes and J. L. Hall, backs: E. A. Ellis, J. Lloyd, and J. Price. half-backs E. B. Christopherson andT. Bartley, right wing J. Matthews and C. W. Cioudace, left wing T. Craig, centre. Umpires, Messrs G. H. Jones (Shrewsbury) and J. Davies (\Vrexham). Referee, Mr T. E. Thomas (Chirk).

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