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SMART CRICKET BY A WELSH BOY.—The Rhuddlan Cricket Club have of late been very successful. On Saturday week they defeated Llanychan Cricket Club by 58 runs to 48; last Friday they defeated the Rugby Ramblers Club by 109 to 66; and on Saturday they defeated Bangor Cricket Club by 106 to 52. At Llanychan Hugh Morgan Owen, 15 years old, son of Mr. Morgan Owen, H.M.I., who bowled for Rhuddlan, took six wickets for six runs, against the Ramblers he took five wickets for 36 runs, and against Bangor he took eight wickets for 27 runs, and accomplished the hat trick, taking three wickets with three successive balls. HOCKEY.-At a meeting held at the Com- mercial Hotel on Thursday evening, Mr. J. Butcher in the chair, it was decided unani- mously to form a club under the name of the Chester Wanderers' Hockey Club. Mr. J. H. Camm was elected hon. sec., and Mr. W. B. Ledsham hon. treasurer, and Messrs. J. Butcher, J. Kendle, and J. Grimes as committee to make necessary arrangements. ATHLETIC CLUB FOR CHESTER.—At a meet- ing held on Thursday night, under the presidency of the Rev. H. S. Branscombe, it was unanimously decided to form an athletic club in connection with Old St. Mary's Institute. The election of officers and other preliminary business was transacted. That this is a step in the right direction is obvious, for the formation of a club of this description will be supplying a long-felt want in the city, and one that will no doubt be taken advantage of by the large number of athletes who have hitherto had no suitable place in which to undertake their training exercise. The club is intending to cater in a large way for it members, and the games will include nearly all branches of athletic exercises. A suitable field is being sought for, and every- thing points to a successful issue. The officers are as follows :—President, the Rector (the Ven. Archdeacon Barber) secretary, Mr. W. Kendall; treasurer, Mr. W. H. Davies; to- gether with Messrs. W. L. Wildig, F. Edge, J. Jones, and W. Good, who will act as a committee.

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