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FOOTBALL. I DENBIGH Y. HOLYHEAD. The visit of Holyhead to the Graig-road ground, was largely anticipated, ae Denbigh had mffered defeat at their hands on several occaeione, and a capital tussle was expected. Owing to the latenees of the kick-off, the attend- ance was very tneagre. but the weather was Ideal and the play very fast. The tesms were marshalled up by Mr G Postle, Acrefair, in tha following order :— Denbigh: Sam Griffibh; A Lewis, Len Lewle H Cartwright, T A Davies, J Price Thomas; D Lloyd Williams, T Benson-Evane, E E DAviet, Frank Griffith, Joel Bennett. Holyhead R 0 Jones; Richard Lewis, R Williams Robert Owen, John Owen, R Elli' J Parry, 0 Williamp, James Alberb, Lewis Jones, T Joseph. Denbigh lest the toss and played up the elope. Holyhead at once made tracks for the home goal, but were socn repulsed, The home forwards re ponded with an incursion in o Holyhead teiritory, and proved BO aggressive that a goal looked imminent in the first few ininufe* but the visitors' defence relieved. A run down on the Holyhead right, nearly spelt disaster, Sam Griffiths being called upon. The venue was LOW charged and Ned Evan her some conspicious play put his side ahead with a clinking shot. Immediately afterwards, Tom Albert shot wall in, the goalkeeper throwing ii mocif ;,full length ab the ball but failing to save. This early success stimulated the home forwards to further endeavonr, and for some time Holyhaad were kept strictly on the defensive. The opening stage had proved wonderfully brisk and both teams seem in fine fettle. Joel Beonett was the next Tin the piotura and after a solo run along the wing, closed in and piloted the ball safely into the neS Holyhead now took up the runnlllg and pressed for a while, but Sam Griffiths dealt eflectively with all comers, until at last the Holybead centre got through and ecored. From this point to the interval play ruled in favour of Denbigh who should have soored. but first Benson-Evans and then D Lloyd Williams weie at fault. Half-time Denbigh 3. Holyhead 1. If Denbigh had taken all the opportunities offered them in the firet half, their lead would have been greater. They were undoubtly the better side in the first half. Restarting, the home team gained a corner and D Lloyd William* Ekimmed the crossbar with a beauty. The viiitors tried hard to reduce the lead, but all to no purpose. A foul against LeD Lewis nearly brought disaster and the homesters were soon on the warpatb, when Joel Bennett art- fully plaoed judiciously to Ned Evan who with a marvellously quick screw found the mark. Final Denbigh 4. Holyhead 1. To-day (Saturday), Denbigh entertain Bangor in a league encounter, Kick-off 3.15. prompt.
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