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LEAGUE-DIVISION 1. Goals P. W. I.. D. F. A. Pts. Manchester United.. 9 7 1 1 17 •• 10 ■■■ '5 Sunderland. 9.. 5.. 0. 4 10 11 14 Middlesbrough. 8.. 4.. 0.. 4.. 13.. 4.. I2 Notts Forest io53 218 15 12 Everton. 9.. 5.. 3.. 1 9.. 4.. II Notts County 942 3109 11 Aston Villa 8.. 4.. 2.. 214 11 10 Newcastle United 944 114 9. 9 Oldham Athletic 8.. 3.. 2.. 398 Q Sheffield Wednesday 833 212 12 8 Bradford City. 8.. 3.. 3.. 2..11.. II 8 Bury 9. 2.. 3.. 4-5 18.. 8 Woolwich Arsenal.. 9.. 2.. 3.. 4.. 9.. 12.. 8 Preston North End. io24 410 q, 8 Sheffield United. 9. 3.. 5.. 198 7 Tottenham Hotspur 9.. 2.. 5.. 2.. 9.. 13.. 6 Liverpool. 9.. 3.. 6.. 012 18.. 6 Blackhurn Rovers. 9.. I.. 5.. 313 17.. 5 Bristol City .82q 1 3 12 5 Manchester City 916 2 14 214 Last Saturday's results- Sheffield Wednesday ..2Sheffield United o *Manchestcr City 3 Sunderland 3 "Blackburn Rovers 3 Bradford City 0 ^Middlesbrough 4 Notts County I Aston Villa I "Everton. 0 *Tottenham Hotspur. 2 Manchester United. 2 "Oldham Athletic 2 Preston North End I Bristol City 2 Bury o 'Newcastle United 6 Liverpool I WoolwichArsenal. 3 *NotlsForest.oo. 2 LEAGUE-DIVISION II. Goals P. W. L. D. F. A. Pts. West Bromwich A. 9. 4" 1..4.14.11..12 Clapton Orient. 8.. 4.. I.3 104 II Blackpool. 8.. 4.. I.. 396 II Wolverhampton \\Too q.. 5. 3.. I.. 15.. 9. II Bolton Wanderers 1043 31 116 II Cheh,ea. 8. 4.. 2.. 2.. 13. 5.. 10 Leicester Fosse 8 5 3 o 13 t> 10 Derby County 9 3 2 4 14 11 10 Hull City 8 3 2 3 12 q 9 Burnley 9 2 2 5Q 10 9 Glossr.p 1.4 J 10.17.. 9 Lincoln City 10 3 4 3 •• 8 17 9 Bradford 9.. 2.. 3 4.12.. 9- 8 Fuiham 8 4 4 o 10 7 8 Gainsborough 8 2 3 3 10 12 7 Birmingham 8 2 3 3 7 11 7 Stockport County. 9 3.. S. 1. 10 16 7 Huddersfieid 7 2 4 1 •• 7 n> 5 Barnsley 7 1 5 I 8 10 3 Leeds C ity 8 1 t> 1 7 13 3 Last Saturday's results- Blackpool 1 Clapton Orient 1 2 Leeds City 1 *Bolton Wanderers I Burnley I 'k'Gk>ssop 2 Chelsea I *VV est Bromwich Albion. 1 Derby County 1 Birmingham I Barnsley 0 Wolverhampton W 5 Lincoln City 1 Hull City 4 Stockport County I Leicester Fosse 2 ^Huddersfieid Town 1 Bradford. 5 Gainsborough Trillity 0 THE COMBINATION. Goals P. W. L. n, F. A. Pts. Brymho Victoria. 6 5 1 o 14 9 10 Whitchurch 6 4 2 o 22 S 8 Oswestry 8 3 3 2 12 16 8 Chester 5 3 1 1 20 9 7 Flint. 733 1 •• 12 19 7 Bang,)r. 5.. 2 2 1 14 10.. 5 Saitney 5 2 2 1 12 9 5 Connah's Quay 4 2 2 o 11 5 4 Rhyl 4-. 2.. 2.. o.. 7.. ii.. 4 Wrexham 5.. 1.. 4.. o.. 9 11 2 Denbigh 5 o 5 o 2 28 o Last Saturday's results- Brymbo Victoria 2 "'Denbigh 1 Chester 6 *Rhyl 2 *Saltney 3 Wrexham 2 Whitchurch 7 Flint o COAST SENIOR LEAGUE. Goals P. W. L. D. F. A. Pts. Bangor Reserves 3.. 3.. 0.. 0113 6 Holyhead 3 2 1 o 9 4 4 Llanrwst 3.. 2.. 1.. o.. 6 3.. 4 Blaenau Fe>rt.iniog. 4.. I.. I.. 2.. 10. 8.. 4 Llandudno junctiin.121 o65 4 Llandudno Amateurs. 21o 142 3 Colwyn Bay 3.. 1 2.. o.. 3.. 9.. 2 Llanberis 4-. 3- ° 10 17 2 Carnarvon L'nited 302 J.. 6.. 9.. I Pwllheli I 0.. I.. o26 o Last Saturday's results- COAST JUNIOR LEAGUE. Goals P. W. L. D. F. A. Pts. Glasinfryn Swifts. 3.. 3.. 0.. 0.. 30. 6 Llechid Swifts 220 o.. 1 4 Penmaenmawr 2.. 1 0.. I.. 4. 2.. 3 Holyhead Reserves.. iIo o1 2 I landudno Junction. 32 04 2 Menai Bridge. 2.. I.. I.. 0.. 3.. 4.. 2 Llanfairfechan.> 1 •• 2 0 4 14.. 2 Bangor Juniors 2.. 0.. j 1.. 2-. 19.. I Colwyn Bay Celts. 201 O. 2. 6" 0 Llandudno Reserves 202 04 0 Last Saturday's res lllts- OTHER RESULTS- WELSH AMATEUR CFP- *Colwyn Bay 1 Llanrwst I Carnarvon L;nited, I "Holvhead" 0 Acrefair 3 Royal Welsh 2 Sunimerhill I Gresford o Esclusliam 2 Gyteiliu I RhL Rangers 9 Druids Reserves o COAST JUNIOR CUP-FIRST ROUND. ->LlalJdlldno. 7 ColwynBayCelts" .0 Llandudno junction, I *Bangor Varsity 3 Glasinfryn o Barmouth 2 ^Pwllheli o Holyhead 4 'Bangor 0 *Llanllechid 1 Menai Bridge o Bagillt 3 St. Asaph 3 ^Penmaeomawr 4 Llanfairfechan 2 Denotes home ground. NEXT SATURDAY'S FIXTURES. LEAGUE-DIVISION 1- Blackburn Rovers v. Oldham Athletic Bradford City v. Notts Forest Bury v. Newcastle United Liverpool v. Tottenham Hotspur Manchester United v. Middlesbrough Sunderland v. Everton Aston Villa v. Sheffield Wednesday Woolwich Arsenal v. Manchester City Notts County v. Preston North End Sheffield United v. Bristol City LEAGUE-DIVISION II-. Barnsley v. West Bromwich Albion Derby County v. Hull City y Gainsborougn Trinity v. Burnley Leicester Fosse v. Birmingham Chelsea v. Lincoln City t lapton Orient v. Glossop Wolverhampton Wanderers v. Huddersfield Town Blackpool v. Bolton Wanderers Leeds City v. Bradford Stockport County v. Fulham THE COMBINATION- Wrexham v. Chester Oswestry United v. Flint WELSH AMATEUR CUP (Repiayed tie)- Llanrwst v. Colwyn Bay COAST JUNIOR CUP (Replayed tie)- Bettws-y-Coed v. Llandudno Junction COAST SENIOR LEAGUE- Carnarvon United v. Blaenau Festiniog Holyhead v. Bangor Reserve COAST JUNIOR LEAGUE- Bangor Juniors v. Holyhead Reserves Colwyn Bay Celts v. Llandudno Reserves Llechid Swifts v. Glasinfryn Swifts Menai Bridge v. Penmaenmawr Played on the ground of first-named club.
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WELSH AMATEUR CUP (PRELIMINARY ROUND.) COLWYN BAY v. LLANRWST. A DRAWN GAME. (BY RAMBLER.") When these keen rivals meet each other, a splendid game has always been witnessed, and Saturday's game at Colwyn Bay was no excep- tion. Both teams were strongly represented, and the elements were all that could be desired. When Mr. Vincent called the skippers, there was a capital crowd lining the ropes, and the choice tell to the ot of the Roosters, who de- fended the town goal. The teams were as fol- lows — Colwyn Bay: W. E. Roberts; David Roberts and O. E. Williams Ned Griffiths, Tom Mc- Cann and Dick Rowlands Southern, Stanley Hughes, E. Phillips, Howell Pritchard, and G. P. Hughes. Llanrwst: R. Jones W. Trevor and A. Car- ter Humphrey Roberts, R. D. Richards and France Williams W. A. Williams, Howell Ro- berts, W. T. Jones, Arthur Richards, Dennis R. Jones. n' The game started on the lett, H-owell ilritcliaxd racing along, but Trevor checkcd him, driving the ball well up the field. W. A W illiams and Arthur Richards were getting well up, only to see David Roberts rush up and clear with a punt. It was a typical cup-tie game, both striv- ing hard to open the score. A feature of the game at this point was the steady work of the visiting halves, and for 'some time the game was contested in midfield. Southern forced a corner off Trevor, but the kick, though well placed by Ned Griffiths, was easily got away by Carter Llanrw.-iT now went away, and a couple or flag-kicks were of no avail. Soon after Arthur Richards sent in a terrific drive, which went a few inches wide. F4ar the next 15 minutes Col- wyn Bay were masters of the situation, and try as the game birds would, they could not get the Bavites away fro,n their goalmouth. Howell Pritchard drove in a shot at close quarters, and Jones was hopelessly beaten, but the ball crash- ed against the side- post, rebounding into play.' Coming again at top speed, Stanley sent in a shot with all his might, and Jones was lifted off his feet, but he cleverly cleared his charge. Things were looking serious for the visitors, for, from a pass by Hughes. Stanley Hughes missed the ball almost on the goal line. From the goal kick the play went in favour of Llan- rwst, Arthur Richards giving Dennis a splendid opening, but he was pulled up for offside. The game was furiously contested up to the inter- val, which arrived with a clean slate. Llanrwst went away in earnest upon resum- ing, Humphrey Roberts being continually dan- gerous on the extreme right, and 0. E. was forc- ed to kick into touch to save his side. Arthur Richards, who was the best player on the field, was always in the thick of the fight, being at last rewarded for his persistency, for, getting a pass from Dennis, he ran through and scored a bril- liant goal. After this success the Roosters were soon hovering about the Bay goal, forcing a couple of corners, which were cleared. W. A. Williams deserved better luck with a swift shot, which went over. The venue now changed, Stanley Hughes being prominent in leading an attack, and resulting in a sciimmage. A penalty was awarded the Bav, and the visitors threaten- ed to leave the field" However, they returned, and Stanley Hughes was entrusted with the pen- alty, Jones bringing off a -wonderful save, but Stanley returned a second time, only to see Jones again save, but on the ball getting again to him, Stanley defeated him on the third attempt. This was, indeed, hard lines for Jones, and I was glad to see him being appreciated by the crowd. From now to the end the match was stubbornly contested, no quarter being given, but the cus- todians were not seriously troubled, as the de- fence on both sides )Ver-e seen at their best, especially Carter for Llanrwst. Tust on time, a free kick ag-iin-,t the Bay looked threatening, but Roberts cleverly checked Tones when he had a good opening, and when Llanrwst were busy about Roberts the whistle sounded with the fol- lowing re:,ult Colwyn Bay, i Llanrwst, 1. COMMENTS. It was one of the best games I have witnessed at Colwyn ground, and from start to finish it w.as an ideal cup-tie game. No quarter was Given all through, and fhe feature was the bril- liant plav of Trevor and Carter for the visitors, and O. E. Williams and David Roberts, for the Bay. The teams were evenly matched, and it would be hard to predict the winner of the re- play, but the Roosters will have the benefit of playing at home, and on the whole I think they were the best team on the day's play.
COAST JUN OR CUP. BANGOR JUNIORS v. HOLYHEAD RESERVES. A POOR GAME. Quite a new lot of players represented Bangor and Holyhead, who are always con aderea great rivals in football circles.. The players were hardly known to the handful of spectators who lined the ropes when Referee Tom Jones, Holy- well, called for the commencement of hostilities. The following were the teams — Bangor: Tynan; Roger i^ewis and 1. A. Griffith; Thorne, J. Owen and Fred Dargie; Pattison, Hugh Humphreys, H. R. Lewis, Hughes and Furber. Holyhead Newton Williams James A. Evans and Dick Lewis Owen Williams, T. Hyan, and R. John Jones Hughle Brown, J. Jones (Wal- lace), Hugh Williams, Thompson Rees, and Johnnie Jones (London-road). _£ LL The opening exchanges weie 01 a miseraDie character-what a contrast to the previous Sat- urday's match! However, the Sealarks settled down, and, led by Hugh Williams, made tracks for Tynon. A long dropping shot was sent in, and somehow or other Tynan cleared it with his foot. The visitors kept up the pressure, Hugh Williams being a continual thorn in the side of the home defence. Some pretty headwork by Holvhead's front rank led to another attack on I Tynan, and this time Johnnie Jones, (W allaoe^ let fly and found the net just out of Tynan's reach. Following this up, Bangor conceded a corner, which was well placed by Brown. After a scrimmage in the Bangor goal, Hugh Williams crashed the ball :nto the net from close range. There was now to be witnessed some pretty in- dividual play on the part of Furber, who raced up the wing, and centred well, but H. R. Lewis spoiled the movement by getting into an offside position. Holyhead's next point caused con- siderable amusement among the spectators. The ball was in the vicinity of the Bangor goal, and the keeper and one of the backs were argu- ing as to who should clear the lines, when Hugh Williams rushed in between them, and touched the ball into the net before his opponents had time to turn round. Half time arrived with the visitors leading by three goals to nil. The second moiety was worse than the first half, for both teams were playing as poor as any team could play. There was nothing during the last three-quarters of an hour worth chron- icling, with the exception of a few amusing in- cidents provided by the Jhngor custodian. In the last minute Roger Lewis tripped Johnnie Wallace in the area, and a penalty kick was awarded. This was taken by Hugh Williams. Tynan brought off a brilliant save, but there was some infringement, and the kick was order- ed to be taken again. This time Brown obliged and beat Tynan in the corner of the goal. The final result was Holyhead, 4 Bangor, o.
LLANDUDNO AMATEURS RESERVES v. COLWYN BAY CELTS. v. COLWYN BAY CELTS. I THE. YOUNG GULLS TROUNCED. (BY •' FIDELIS "). The Colwyn Bay eleven made a very poor show at Llandudno on Saturday in the first round of the above cup competition, and were decidedly lucky in escaping with nothing worse than seven goals against them. After about 15 minutes' play, there was only one team in it; in fact, the game developed into a series of corner kicks for the homesters, who were, how- ever, unable to profit by them with but one ex- ception, this being a smart header by W. Owen. The opening stages were lairlv well contested, but generally the homesters got the upper hand, and from a splendid centre from the left J. M. Davies opened the home account with a good drive. This was the means of livening up the visitors' attack, and Bob Lunt was called upon to clear, the result oi an awkward miskick from one of the home defence Still keeping up the attack, the ball was driven against the arm of H. Davies, and from the ensuing penalty Lunt brought off a brilliant save by putting a rising shot over the bar. The homesters after this escape took the aggressive, and shots were rain- ed upon D. Jones, the visitors' custodian, and on one occasion he brought off a grand save from J. M. Davies at close range. The visitors were absolutely at sea with G. Davies and W. Owen, .and were never allowed to get anything like dangerous. W. Owen then got possession, and going well up, sent out a well-timed pass to Meredith, who in turn placed the hall into the goal mouth for F. Roberts to put in the second goal. The home front line were all over their opponents, and after Settle had dropped the ball well inside the penalty line, a scramble ensued, from which T. M. Davies added another to the home score. Soon aftrr a similar thing occurred, and after the ball had bobbed about from one to another, Bob Roberts nipped in and drove into the net, giving D. Jones no earthly chance to save It was now a case 01 taking corner kicks, and though some were well placed, the visitors' dr- fence managed to clear. Tlilf tiiii- LIandudno. Colwyn Bay. n. PILING ON THE AC< C'Y On resuming it was (iemly seen that the Bay- ites were a beaten team, and their attempts to get near Lunt were easily frustrated by the op- posing halves, the brant of the work being done by G. Davies and W. Oven. The right was the weakest spot, --is at times H. Davies was what might be termed" Too slow to catch cold. There is anv amount ot 'ootball in this lad. but he simply will rot exert himself. This half of the game was fairly well advanced before the homesters again got dangerous, and they seemed to be quite satisfied with their sCOP", for severai fine openings were missed. G. Davies at last got the front line in motion, and F. Roberts was given a real gift, and made no mistake with a shot from point blank range. This youth a few minutes later converted a grand centre from Meredith, who throughout had played a splendid game. We now cam^ to about the twenty-fifth corner for the homesters, and at last W Owen added the needful with a fine header. Though the visitors were continually on the defence fron: now till the close, no further score was added Result Llandudno, 7 Colwyn Bay, o.
BETTWS-Y-COED v. LLANDUDNO JUNCTION RESERVES. A DRAW. (Iiy ROBIN HOOD.") On Saturday, at Woodlands, Llandudno Junc- tion, in fine weather, before a fair gate, Mr. R. Morris, Blaenau Festiniog, lined the players in the following order Llandudno Junction: II. R. Cordeny, goal; G. Williams and A. Dutton, backs; Hugh Hughes, H. Parry, and W. M. Jones, half backs; T. Craven, N. R. Jcnes, David Parry, David Hughes, and J. R. Owen, forwards. Bettwsycoed: D. Davits, goal: Tom Jones and W. Ellis, ba-:ks G. Thomas, S. Roberts, and G. Tones, half backs W. Jones, Jim Owens, Alun Williams, Stephen Hughes, and W. S. Gil- lett, forwards. Bettws made a strongly combined attack on the Junction goal, but Williams and Dutton were equal to the occasion, and cleared their lines time .after time in masterly fashion. Now came the Junction's turn to attack, and they swarmed dcwTi on the Bettws goal and fairly bombarded it, but the Bettws goalie saved in fine style. J. R. Owen should have scored once or twice had he steadied himself more. He had very hard lines with one or two shots. The game was a typical cup-tie, only the Junction should stop their short passing in front of goal, the result of which chances of certain goals were lost. The Junctionites were easily holding their own, and although they were weakened by some of the players being absent, the next time they meet Bettws they will not make any mistakes Half time Llandudno Junction, o Bettwsvcoed, o. EACH SIDE SCORES. During the interval the attendance had greatly increased, much to the delight of the Commit- tee. Soon Bettws opened the scoring. There was a scramble in the Junction goal, and W. S. Gil lett rushed up and planted the ball safelv in the net. This roused the Junctionites, and a great real of encouragement from the specta- tors spurred them on, till at last a free kick was granted for a foul close to the penalty area. G. Williams took the kick and, sending it well in to the Bettws goal J. R. Owen met it and made no mistake, crashing it at lightning speed into the net, the Bettws goalie being helplessly beaten. The game after this was of a ding-dong character. At times the Junction pressed hard, but try as they would they could not find the net, the game finishing with the score Llandudno Junction, i Bettwsycoed; 1. NOTES. Special praise should be given to the Junc- tion's new goalkeeper, Harry Cordeny. He played a good game, saved some good "hot-s- one in particular,—and the crowd cheered him for his glorious work. The first goal would have beaten any goalkeeper, but Harry kept a good goal generally, and that in good style. Tommv Craven played a good, dashing game, and his partner, Will Bach, was off, his passes were badly timed, q,d he missed a certain goal. David Parry played a good game, but too much to the opposing half backs. I wish he would swing his passes more to the left and right, and stop giving short passes m front of uroal. David Hughes was too weak in his passes, and did not feed his partner half enough. J. R. Owen played a good game, and the goal scored by him was a beauty, lie deserves his place in the second team. Of the two backs, these were the backbone of the team. Both defended well. Duxton clearing in masterly fashion and George tackled well. II. Hughes, <1<: usual, played a good game, and so did II, Parry, and VN M. Tones tackled but did not clear his lines or feed his forwards.
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PENMAENMAWR v. LLANFAIRFECHAN (BY RONALD/') On Saturday, before a good crowd, Llanfair- fechan played Penmaenmawr in the first round of the Junior Cup competition, before Mr. E. Lloyd Williams, of Bangor. Teams:— -i Penmaenmawr J. Jones W. E. Hughes and H. Jones R. Brown, Caleb Williams and Tom Jones; J. W. Lunt, Llew Roberts, R. Morris, Archie Jones and Charlie Sloane. Llanfairfechan W. Manley; M. Griffiths and J. E. Morgan Dick Jones, W, J. Jones, and Will Jones G. O. Jones, T. J. Williams, T. Atherton, David Hughes, and Llew Morris. Llanfairfechan won the toss and chose play- ing against the wind. Morris set the ball in motion, and the homesters began well. Ere long Archie tried to net the ball, but it just touched the crossbar. Then two corners were awarded Penmaenmawr, which proved of no avail. Within the first IS minutes Morris scored the first goal for the homesters. Nothing very serious happened then till half time:— Penmaenmawr, 1 Llanfairfechan. o. It was the general opinion among spectators, and the visiting team, that since the homesters had only scored one in the first half, that Llan. fairfechan would win. The two teams put a little more energy in the second half, and before long Sloane scored the second for the homesters. Then the Llanfair forwards pressed hard. and Atherton scored a good goal for a start. Both teams played fair then, but Lunt sent a good pass from the right, .vhicn the homesters failed to take advantage of. However, Morris started up the field a:;d, in co-operation with his mates, scored the third for Penmaenmawr. After some hard work, Llew Roberts netted the ball in spite of Manley's fine attempt to save. About 10 minutes before time T. J. Williams scored the second for the visitors. Thus at the end Lan- fairfechan were beaten. Penmaenmawr, a: Llanfaifechan, 2. NOTES It was a loose game, and neither team seemed to be able to show to anv great advantage. At the beginning of the first half the homesters seemed to be all over them. If it had not been for Atherton and W. J. Jones, Llanfairfechan, would have fared badly, though Griffiths and Morgan defended well at times. Comparing the two teams, the Llanfairfechan forwards were ahead of the homesters, but the defence was inferior. However, on the whole, as a spectator remarked, Pen. were the best tea:ii. Caleb worked very well again, and so did the backs. There was a change among the forwards this week Archie Tones and Llew Roberts had changed places, and on the whole they worked well. Morris was more like himself than last Saturday week. It ought to be remarked that it was a very clean game, and fair play to both teams, there were very few fouls and no ill- feeling existed. Well done, boys. It was a good win for the homesters.
BANGOR UNIVERSITY COLLEGE v. GLASINFRYN SWIFTS. THE MODERN ATHENIANS WIN (By "NERO.") Upon the classic heights of Friddoedd on Sat- urday the following juniors met:- University College: Dan Thomas H. L. Brock, C. H. Jones H. LI. Williams, C. A. Cooil, Fritz Davies C. F. Hill, R. C. Davies, Frank Wright, T. J. Griffiths, W. G. Jones. Glasinfryn Swifts T. Davies J. P. Jones and Jack Roberts G. Whitehead, Charlie Pierce and Edwin Davies W. D. Thomas, H. Hughes, D. P. Hughes, R. T. Williams, and W. Thomas. Mr. Richard Hersee, Llandudno, had charge of the game, before a handful of demonstrative and enthusiastic supporters from the College. The meritorious Glasinfrynites had a few ar- dents also with them. The pity of it was that two teams such as Bangor thirds and the "Varsity were engaged in the same tourney on the same day in the same city. But that is the fault of the draw, and not of the teams. The withdrawal of the Modern Athenians from the League owing, I understand, to small gates, is regretted bv no one more than myself, but I cannot see how thev have, or will, reap much pecuniary gain from the Junior Cup-ties on the Coast. In the 'Varsity r?nks are still to be found such names as Bro.-k. C. II. Tones, Frank Wright, and W. G. Jones. The "Varsity men played up the slope in the first half, and the game, especi- ally in midfield. was of an enjoyable kind. The struggle was a strenuous one, and it must be confessed that the Glasinfrynites viewed the oc- casion from one of seriousness if they had to give th-e quietus to the Athenians. However, that dapper pivot, Wright, scored with a beauti- ful header which was the occasion of giving full vent to tli- stentorian shouts of joy of the stu- dents. This joy was increased when the same plaver scored another. Half time Bangor "Varsity, 2 Glasinfryn, o The Glasinfrynites struggled hard to retrieve the position, and although they did well, a couple oi goals during the game had been disallowed for offside. The game later was more noted for its unrestrained vigour and feeling, and it was i much regretted when Mr. Hersee had to send Fritz Davies and Hughes off the field for log- gerheadmg." Hill put on a third goal, and the 'Varsity ran out winners. Bangor 'Varsity, 3 Glasinfryn, o.
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LLECHID SWIFTS v. MENAI BRIDGE THE PETRELS JUST BEATEN. (BY" NEMO.) The Llechid Swifts are a side to be reckoned with. They view the game seriously, and play for all they are worth. The prospects of a keen struggle between them and Menai Bridge brought forth an enthusiastic crowd to view the scene. The teams were: Uechid Swifts: R. A. Griffith; W. Jones, E. Owen R. W. Thomas. T. J. Owen icaptaini, Tom Jones; J. Hughes, George Williams 1 T. Donaldson, W. T. Jones, W. Donaldson. Menai Bridge Hugh Jones George Williams (capt.) and Wm. Edwards: J. E. Jones, R. T. Williams, and H. Lloyd W illiams Arthur Hughes, J. Hender, D M. Jones, E. Instoe, and J. Gerrard c The game in the rrst halt was lull 01 in- terest, but goalless. Morgan Jones appeared in the ranks of the Petrels, but W\ G. Williams was absent. Morgan Jones missed a penalty kick. and W. T. Jones put the issue beyond doubt in the second half by scoring a brilliant goal. There was much jubilation at the result, inas- much as Llechid's neighbours. Glasinfryn, had been beaten at Bangor. The game was one of thrills at frequent periods.
FRIENDLIES. DOLWYDDELEN FOOTBALL CLUB. (By The above arranged a practice match amongst themselves on Saturday, and I must say it was not to my satisfaction The same old complaint is still verv conspicuous among the forward line. Jones, Johnny Mac, and Llew Owen. A word or two to the latter. None of your fiddling round the corner flags, trying to bamboozle a lively full back who generally settles the argument. Centre the ball, Johnny Mac. You must feed vour wings better. Jones, you can dribble be- yond doubt, but you must certainly adopt the passing game, as it will be to your benefit, as well as the team. Half-back line, you must cer- tainly feed vour forwards better. D. Mac and Rowlv are lacking in this respect. With Jack Williams (captain) and Barnett as backs, and J. D. Jones in goal, you ought to make a good show. There are promising young players in the village.
LLANRWST COUNTY SCHOOL v. LLANDUDNO COUNTY SCHOOL. The first match this season between the above schools was played at Gwydyr Park on Satur- day. During the first period of the game the visitors did most of the attacking, but the de- fence of the home eleven was very sound, and no scoring took place. The home outside left (F. Jones) in the meantime made some good runs up the field, and his final shots on each occasion only just failed. Eventually he made another run, and from a iong-distance shot opened the scoring for Llanrwst. Thus encoui- aged, the home eleven were seen to more ad- vantage, and soon had the satisfaction of scor- ing another goal from the foot of J. R. Parry (Llangernyw). Half time was soon afterwards called, with the score at 2-0 in favour of Llan- rwst. At the commencement of the second half the Llanrwst ileven pressed, and from a rush up the field Idwal Davies notched a third point. Llandudno now pressed, and as a result they scored a good goal from the foot of Fisher. For the last quarter of an hour the visitors made strong efforts to improve their score, but the home defenders were on the alert, and no further scoring took place. The match thus re- sulted in a victory for Llanrwst by three goals to one. While all the players did exceedingly well, particular mention should be made of the Llanrwst captain, Gwilym Jones, who time after tim? cleared his lines with great skill and judg- ment. On the Llandudno side the backs were very sound, and the left wing players, though small in size, made some exceedingly good moves. The game was under the control of Mr. T. Thomas, the Secretary of the English Schools Football Association. (Continued on page 4.)
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