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FOOTBALL. FIRST DIVISiON LEAGUE. tesjuita up to Saturday, November 9th:— Goals. P. W. L. D. FAPtit- Manchester ("nileiJ 12 11 1 0 42 15 22 ijhetfluld vVediiesiJ^y 13 8 3 1 26 u 1' Bury 14 0 4 4 S3 21 16 Evert in 12 64 2 28 21 14 Alanoiie.-ter City 11 Ö 2 4 24 Id 14 Livt:r;,<x>l 12 3 1 25 17 13 Bristol City 12 5 4 3 23 22 13 Newcastle United 12 55 2 15 16 12 Ast u Villa 12 5 0 2 IS 22 12 Uiiltc,t 11 4 4 3 21 22 il Woolwich Arsenal 12 4 5 3 14 13 11 t;.s Forest .11 5 2 19 1U 10 Sunderland 12 4 (i 2 21 22 10 Midilleihrousli 12 4 (i 2 13 14 10 Prestjn North End 12 46 2 17 21 10 Blackburn Hovers 11 5 1 0 14 17 10 Bolton Wanderers 10 4 5 1 13 20 9 Notts County 13 3 7 3 13 2:3 9 Chelsea 11 37 1 H Birmingham 12 2 ti 2 14 21 6
SATURDAY'S MATCHE3. Liverpool 6, Notts County 0. Uiiited 4, 3. Sheffield Wednesday 3, Sheffield United 1. Nottingham Forest 4, Sunderland 1. Newcastle United 3, Bolton W-mdercra 0. Bristol City 2, Middlesbrough 0. Uneisea 2. Woolwich Arsenal 1. liury 5, Preston North End 1. Bl&ekburn iioverg 1. Birmingham 0. Aston Villa 2, Manchester City 2.
SECOND DIVISION LEAGUE. Results up to Saturday, Noveisbsr 9th:- Goals. P. W. L. D. F. A. rte Oldhsxa Athletfy 11 8 2 1 20 8 17 Hut! City 13 8 4 1 22 15 17 West Bromwich A 12 7 4 1 20 10 15 Leicester Fotse 11 51 6 17 10 15 Bradford City 10 6 2 2 29 a 14 Fuiham 12 7 6 0 21 15 11 Leedll City 12 6 4 2 21 26 14 (Stockport County 12 4 3 5 16 13 13 Eurnley 12 6 4 :) 22 21 13 Derby County 10 5 3 2 25 13 12 Wolverhampton \V 13 4 5 4 12 12 12 Slolre 12 5 6 1 19 17 11 Grimsby Town 12 46 3 14 1U 11 Fainaley 10 44 2 20 15 Jf, C.apton Orient 11 4 6 1 14 23 9 Gaintboiv}' Trinity 12 4 7 1 la si) Clo6»op 11 2(3 3 H. 22 i Blackpool 11 1 6 4 17 21 <; Lincoln City 12 3 9 0 13 :}4 <• Chesterfield 11 1 7 3 9 30 6
SATURDAY'S MATCHES. West Bromwich Albion 1, Blackpool 0. Oldi.ani Athletic 1. Burnley 1. Clapton Orient 5, Chesterfield^ 1. Uamsborough Trinity 5. Lincoln City 1. Qiossoo 5, Hull City 1. (Iriws&y Town 1, ^toke 0. Letxia City 1, Barnsley 1. Leicester iY.sso 2. Bradford City 1. Stockport County 2, Derby County 1. Wolverhampton Wanderers 2, Fuiham 0. MONDAY'S MATCHES. Stoke 3. Clapton Orient 0.
THE COMBINATION. Results up to Saturdav, November 9th:- Goals. r. W. L. D. F. A. Pts Whitchurch <i 0 0 0 30 7 \i Tranmerc Rovers 6 6 0 0 22 7 In Crcwo Alexandra 9 6 3 0 2115 12 toe, ter 7 5 1 1 30 11 11 Oorvnah's Quay 10 4 2 20 30 10 OBvrastry United 5 3 0 2 15 6 ? Druids 6 3 2 1 20 12 7 Nantwich 6 2 3 1 1317 5 Bangor 7 2 4 1 13 22 5 Wrexham .1 10 2 7 1 22 30 5 Chirk 5 2 3 0 11 12 4 ^hyl 0 1 5 0 9 23 2 Birkenhead 7 1 6 0 7 23 2 Wclihjjaol <3 0 5 1 8 23 1
SATURDAY'S MATCHES. Trunincrf Rovors :3. Y* rexham 1. Druids o, Bi;ngor 0. Oswestry United 5, Birkenhead 0. Chester tJ, liltyl 0. Whitchurch 11, Connah'g Quay 3. Crewe Alexander 5, Welshpool 0. NaDtwith 2, Chirk 1.
DRUIDS v. BANGOR, These teams mot in a Conciliation fixture at Wynneitay Park en Saturday. The home team, although playing uphill, had the best of the ex- changes, and Frd. Daviefe o-ps'iied their acceunt, while the visitors' right falil back put through bis own goal. In the second half the Druidi added three mo. £,r::Ù,. Result.—Druids, 5; Bangor, 0.
NORTH WALES COAST LEAGUE. FIRST DIVISION- North VVaics Chronicle" Challenge CUD.) Results up to Saturday, November Oth — Goals. P. W. L. D. F. A. Pt9 B^ausiaris 5 4 0 1 20 7 9 Bhvl Reserves 6 3 2 1 18 9 7 lio!) ?I,-Id 4 3 1 0 139 « Carnarvon United. 5 2 2 1 17 10 o Bangor Reserves 3 2 1 0 108 4 Llanrwst 4 3 2 0 7 8 4 Elaenau Tesliniog 4 2 2 0 10 20 4 < Denbigh 4 1 2 1 oil 3 -C,)Iw)-n Bay 3 1 2 0 5 8 2 LU>>dudno Amateurs 3 1 2 0 5 9 2 Conr;ay 5 0 5 0 10 23 0
Rhvl 8, Conway 1. RHYL v7cbNWAYr A HEAVY SCORE AGAINST THE VISITORS. The Xlivl North Wales Coast League team did won- ders on Saturday in their match on the Belle Vue ground against Conway, and the substantial score of eight goals to one will not easily be forgotten by the visitorn, who were quite outclassed. The ground was heavy, and at times it was difficult to retuin a foot- hold" but the Committee had made the ends as firm as possible by means of sawdust. Conway arrived well to time, but on reference to the teaia it will be seen that they had not, their full strength, and, judging by the plav a few of those who took part could have been left at home .with advantage, for they did little work. The teams "were as follows Rhyl R. J. J< n^e backs, Price Jones and Bob Ilughes; lialf-baeks W. J. Hughes, J. W. Ellis, Ga'fag'ier; forwards, J. Bennett, G. Glass, Teliis ■Hugiioa, T. E. Jones, and A. Roberts. Conway: Goal, J. Jones, backs; O. Ellis and T. Jones; "half backs, D. Hughes, T. Evans, iiid S. J. nes; forwards, S. Parry, T. D. Evans, Atherton, R. Owens, and T. Craven. Mr Jones, Hotywel). was the referee. The ganie started somewhat tamely, and from the run down Rhyl secured the tir8t ccruer, bur nothing came of it. Conway then pressed slightly. There was a Mce bit of play on the right wing, and in the and two corners were conceded them. Th8 Rhyl players evidently realised that they war? in for something similar to their experience against Denbigh, and th y nulled them* rives together .Jones nearly passe 1 to. Roberts, and this player was able to force a corner, which was c inverted by Teliis Hughes with a neat rhot. It was the first glial of the day, and it seemed to glvc Teliis a taste for scoring, which he did "act lose until the end. From the kick off, !U,yl made another dash for the D,nway end, but the goalkeeper saved well, and in the rat urn he was supportad by T. Jones, who put ill ex- client work. Hud Tom been well supported by Ellis, ithvl could not possibly have miyle such a heavy more. Bennett g< t aiiii passing to T. .Hughes, the latter in turn handed the ball on to Ula«s, whj i'oiunl the net. much to the surprise of the spectators, as his shooting was by no means what it should have been. It was not long before tha Conway players took up the pressure, D.. Hughes and Atherton t Vurking we'd, and as a result of their combination, Athert-on found the nd. This seemed to put heait into the visitors and they kept up the pressure for noma time, the home custodian being called upon to e'.car. Two corners followed in quick succession for Contvav, but they failed to convert either. It seemed as if the visitors werf; determined to draw level, but a fine run down by their front rank was spoiled when Hughsa kicked nut._ This gave the Rhvl plavers time to pull themselves together once more and a fine bit of passing was seen on the left wing, but T. Jones cleared veil. Bennett getting possession raced down the field, and centreing to T. Hughes, who seemed to be all ever the field, he had to part with the ball to A. Roberts. The latter, when in a fine position shot beautifully, the ball grazing the upright. From the *oal kick, Atherton t'K:k the bill down the field, and, beating all his opponents, managed to get into close e ?uarters, when Bob Hughes cleared. Mid field play. allowed for some time, and the ball was repeatedly ''skied." At length Glass had a cot for goal, but sent "skied." At length Glass had a cot for goal, but sent the right across the mouth of the net, there Itid side rl none of Ilia aide ready to put it in. Oonway got away after this, but Bob Hughes ,and T. E. Jones nut in some capital work, and the visitors' goalkeeper had to save by carrying the ball out. Altuough Rhyl f.ept up the pressure well. Bob Hughes missed a fine chance He failed to stop the hall. and T. Jones getting pen- session wpnt amy with it. 'beiiig finally robbed by Ellis, who in turn found his match in Craven, and a capital bit of mid-fieki play was witnessed. T. Hughes finally made straight for the visitors' goal, but in his anxiety to clear, T. Jones fouled him within the pen- alty area, and the result of the kick WaJ! another goal to Rhyl's credit, the kick being taken by T. Hughes. Soon after this half time arrived, with the score reading :— Rhvl 3, Conway 1. There is little to be said with regard to the second half, as Rhyl had the major portionn of the game, the visitors being outclassed. With the exception of T. Jones, Atherton and Craven, there was little vim in any of them. Nearly all the shooting came from the right wing, and hero Price Jones. Bennett, and T. Hughes worked very well. The last named roamed about too much again. The cry was to "feed Ben- nett," and when he got possession he neatly passed to T. Hughes, who put in the goals. The latter scored no less than four more goals, while T. E. Jones, who has the making of a tine player, put in the other. This last was the neatest goal of the day. and Jones is tJ be complimented on his play. Towards the en.1 of the game Rhyl simply bombarded the Conway goal, and eight shots in succession were counted, all ,)f which the visitors' custodian saved. Giass was de cidediv weak before goal he made some miserable attempts at shooting. None had the chances which fell to him, but he did not seem able to do anything with them. The match ended in a win for Rhyl by 8 goals to 1.
NORTH WALES WEDNESDAY LEAGUE. BANGOR WEDNESDA V v. COLWYN BAY WEDNESDAY. A 2-0 VICTORY FOR THE CITIZENS. Under the auspices of the North Wales Wed- j) (lay L'agua, Colwyn Bay Wednesday paid a visit to Bangor yesterday (Wednesday) to piay trie io:al shop assis.ants' team. There was only a moderate attendance- Mr Vinvent (Llandudno) controlled the teams, which tvero as follows:— Bangor Wednesday :—Tom Owen, goal; D. J. Thomas and Kerry Williams, full backs; Johnny Jones, f, anley, all-I G. 0 Roberts, half-backs; Donaldson, II arry Williams, Walford, h ur Tho- mas, and Mulholland, forwards Colwyn Bay Wednesday: Percy Williams, goal; Marlow and Morris, full backs; Ellis, U. T. Jones, and Roberts, half-backs; Richardson, Jones, Ad am son, Hugh Hughes, and E. T. Doweil, forwards. In the first half the visitors made a brave show, II. Hug-nes making several attempts to lower Barigor's colours. Occasionally the home lot broke away, but they were hopeless before goal, but it must be said that. they were op- posod to a sturdy pair of fu 1 blelis in Marlow mid Morris. The interval arrived without any goals being scored. In the second half the homesters woke up, and Donaldson all but scored, the ball grazing tho crossbar. Then Mulholland got a move on only to be capsizod by Morris when lie arrived at a dangerous spot. The homesters were having matters their own way, but at Length Adamson got going, but. he was pulled up for being offside. Mulholland, Dooaldson, and Ivor Thomas had a hand in Bangor's first goal, but most of tho credit belongs to the first named. After this the visitors forced a corner, but Roberta had a hazy idea of the icca'ion of the goal. Marlow almost equalised from a free kick. Bangor's second goal fol- lowed an accurate pass by Johnny Jones, Ivor Thomas putting in the finishing touch, leaving Bangor tho winners by two goals to nil. Tho scorj is hardly a .fair reflex of tho run of the game; 1-0 would have been nearer tho mark. The chief characteristic of the winners game was sellishness. especially on the part of the forwards. They appeared to think that they should never pass the ball until the last possible minute, with the result that they wore relieved of the necessity of passing it at all by their op- ponents. Another fault was their close p'ay, the whole lino being bunched together, and natur- ally there were a good many "hashes." Tho halves wore a hard working lot. with Johnny Jones at the top. though his colleagues were in fine trim. At full back Thomas and Williams did capitally. The custodian had not much to do. Thera was a good deal of misdirected energy in tho visitors' play. The feature of the team was the work of tho two full backs, who con- tinually smashed up the Bangor forwards, and tho halves ably ass as t ed them. Hugh Hughes was the pick of the forward Line, which, on the whole, was a bit erratic. During the second half Cúlwyn Bay played only ten men. Morris returning to Colwyn Bay owing to business.
NORTH WALES COAST JUNIOR CUP. SECOND ROUND. BANGOR RESERVE v. HOLYHEAD. CAPITAL GAME AT BANGOR. HOLYIIEAD FORWARDS' rOOR SHOW. (By "Recorder"). Banger aid Holyhead met in the second round of the North Wales Junior Cup on Saturday, at Bangor, before a good "gate." Tho wocither, as is usual when these tennis meet, was very unsettled, but rain ceased fall- ing just before the game commenced. The pi.ch, however, was thoroughly soaked, and made scientific feotball absolutely impossible. Mr Dick Hersoe, of Llandudno, lined up the players in tho follow ing order :— Bangor: H. J. Davic-s; J. Owen and William- son; W. Jones, Llew. Pritchard, and T. A. Griffiths; R. T. Evans, II. Owen, R. Jones, Hughie Davies, and Joe Williams. Ilolyheatl: Collier; Conlan and W. H. Parry; W. Taylor, W. T. Jones, and R. Ellis; H. Roberts, O. B. Edwards, Rowlands, WT. Brown, and H. Hi own. Holyhead won the toss, but there was r:orhilg to be gained from choice of ends. No sooner had the leather been centred than Holyhead ob- tained possession, and came clown on the left. Williamson, however, was there. The visitors right renew e-d the attack a moment later, but the Bangor left agam clcared. The home forwards then broke away with pretty combina- tion. and after manoeuvring the leather well inside the visitors' territory R. T. Evans sent in a good centre, Dick Jones slamming the ball into the net with lightning speed, Collier not having an earthly chancci with the shot. The visitors were soon back in the home goal after tho leather had been centred, and W. Brown tried a shot, but put over the bar. Hughie Davies then gave a pretty exhibition of footwork, but a foul against the homesters i terminated the attempt. SMART FORWARD PLAY BY HOMESTERS At this s'.ago of the game. the superior com- bination and the smart dribbling of the homo team made the visitors alma-1 look foolish, but Holyt cad were playing a hard game, and it wa3 apparent that the homesters were not going to have matters their own way, for W. Brown paid another visit to Davies, and tested him, but without effect. Continuing to press, the Stripes forced a corncr, which enabled tho home forwards to break away,but Evans retting- off- side finished the movement. Dick Jones and Ilughio Davies manoeuvred the sphere up again, and the latter passed to H. Owen, but he was ruled offside. Danger, though having most of the play, could not find tho net, and experi- enced very hart' hick. For a moment Holyhead got away, but vho homesters soon returned and Conlan kicked amongst the cabbages. The next item of interest was a smart bit of work by tho Bangor left full, who stopped a succession of attacks. W. Brown was not long before he l tried another shot, but. put on the wrong side of the post. Banrcr returned the compliment, -.id Hughie Davies matte an heroic attempt to turn in a header from Dick. Then followed a shot from Hughio Owen, but Collier knew now to deal with it. NARROW ESCAPE FOR BANGOR. Holyhead made a dash on the opposing goal, and had tho hardest of luck. Brown striking tho bar with a splendid shot, and 11. J. Davies was very fortunate in getting the leather away. Play reverted t.o the visitors' goal, Dick had another try, and the homes-ers forced a corner, which was nicely placed, and Hughie Owen had the hardest of hues with an excellont shot. W. Jones shortly after stopped a niovepiCRt on tho part of the Holyhead forwards. The., at- tack, however, v. a-s renewed, and H. Roberis had an open chance, but Davies saved splendid- ly. Back to the enemies' territory went t:ho home forwards with an irrcsistiblo rush, but Joe Williams got offside. Tho pressure being relieved Ilclvhc-ad wej-e soon in front of Davies, but tho home backs were safe. A foul against the visiters opened th3 held for the homesters, but they were unable to pass the sturdy Conlaai. R. T. Evans however, tried a, long shot, which almost grazed the cros:slar- ■ very hard lines. T. A. Griffith immediately after- wards p'aeed a well judged shot just outside the post. Dick Jonos then had a try, meeting the ball from Coulan ho drove in, but unluckily Parry was in the way. Dick had another try, and Hughie Davies repeated the attempt and struck tho post with a stinging shot. Hughie Owen caught tho rebound, but no doubt owing to the ball being greasy miscod the billet. Row- lands tihen tried a solo run, showing smart play, but tho homo forwards were soon back. Conlan was hard pressed, and repeatedly had to k.ck out of play. At last Griffiths found an or.j.-or- unity to test Collier, but he proved safe. A rush by Rowlands brought tho first half to a close with Bangor leading, by one goal. Scarcely had the spher'3 been centred in the second half than Dick Jones was in front of Ca lier, and sent in a ripping shot, but the cus- todian was successful in saving magnificently. Holyhead returned, and tho Bangor left full had in opportunity of distinguishing himself. b.d iiowlands obtaining possession tested Das. i> s without effect however. A splendid concerted ANXIOUS TIME FOR BANGOR. movement on the part of the visitors was short- ly afterwards spoiled by Davies, who took the ball from tho toe of Rowlands. H. Roberts, however, returned and put the ball over, thus terminating an anxious moment, for t.he Bangor supporters. The homesters made another at- tempt, and Dick had hard lines. Row- thnds tried again, but Williamson returned the leather. The visitors, returning to tho attack, were awarded a foul in tho home quarters, but it was wretchedly placed, and Hughie Davies obtained possession and made a splendid attempt, tricking tho opposing defence in grand style, and finally parting to Evans, who, however, shot wide. Holyhead visited the home tcritory, but failed j to pierce the excellent defence, finally failing owing to bad shooting on the left. But a mu- PARRY EQUALISES. ment later, from a pass by J. Jones, Parry worked the sphere down the field on his own, and scored, giving Davies no chance. Tho con- c'uding stages were fu!l of excitement, a strenu- ous struggle ensuing for the winning goal. After Joe Williams had tested Collier, Rowlands ran down and passed Williamson, but Davies left his charge and robbed him neatly. V:ck was soon back in front of Collier's charge, and the cus- todian was fortunate in getting rid of a teafcor. Evans directly afterwards sent in another, and II ughio Davies tried to head in. but luck was against. the homesters, and the whistle sounded with honours easy. Final score: Bangor 1, Holyhead 1.
BEAUMARiS v. TRECARTH. This matoh was played at Tregaron on Satur- day in the second round for t.o Junior Cup, Monites proved victorious by fivo goals to one.
-e FRIENDLY MATCHES. CONWAY SWIFTS v. CONWAY BOYS' SCHOOL. THE SCHOLARS WIN EASILY. On Saturday last a match was played 'be- tween Conway Swifts and Conway Boys bcncol, on tho Morfa, Conway.. The. teams represented two junior clubs whica have been formed in Conway, the school team being trained by Mr Sinclair Allen. Several sportsmen in the town have become interested in tho teams, and the match was important, as it may lead to the formation of a school league in North Wales. Mr Lloyd, with his customary thoroughness, not orlv interested himself in the teams, but offered his services as referee en Saturday._ A largo numbe.r of spectators turned up. The foams erc :— Swifts:-W. J. Rowland-, goal; W. Lewis and A. C. Jonos, backs; A. Ralphs,_ O. Jones, and J. H. Roberts, half-backs; H. V.arren Wil. liams, O. WT. Roberts, 11. L. Jones, R. o. \V il- liama, and R. John Parry, foiwaias. Boys' School :-J. E. Jones, goal; n. J. Jones and W.J. Ellis, back,; R. T. Williams D. Fouikes, and W. LI. Jones, ha.t-backs; R. J. Parry, Stanley Roberts, Wm. LJ. Parry, L. L. Jones, and T. Pritchard, forv.ardo. The cSehcol starte-i. ,(;,1 at cnco piny was car- ried into the Swilts' tciri orv. After T, bit of r, very neat work 11. J. Parry opened tho score for tha School the Swifts' custodian making harchy any effort to save. The Swifts failed to get away from tho centre, pud the School came down [\gain, t h l:' forwards displaying lmo combina- tion. W. Lcwis brought down an opponent within the dreaded area, and the Sctiool were awarded a penalty, which W. Llewelyn Parry converted. The next feature of (lie match was a soirited run down by t .o cticol cutsioo right, R. J. Parry, who finished up with a well ju l^ed shot, which beat Rowlands completely. A "drizzling rain, now began tc fall, and the youngsters were Eoon in a very uncomfcriabiO condition. W. Llewelyn Parry, the School ccn- t re-forward, gaining possession, treated the spec- tators to some very clever dribbling, his final shot easily finding the Half-time arrived with the score standing:— Conway Boys' School 4, Conway Swifts 0. The Swifts commenced the .:cGnd half in very low spirits, with P. score of fci-ir standing against them. They made a few weak attacks, but the Schol defence was solid. W. Llowclyn Parry again got going, and sent out to his right wing. R. J. Parry receiving, sprinted down the field, and once more found the net, thus put tins on tho School's fifth point. The Swifts now seemed to stir up, and the left wing got going, centred, and H. L. Jones converted, with a shot v.:hich a taller .custodian would have had no difficulty in clearing. This success encouraged the Swifts) to greater efforts, but it was an orphan goal. Notwithstanding their most strenuous efforts, the School proved too much for them. Again the School got going, their forwards passing with tho accuracy and precision of a professional eleven, and rushed tho leather through t-'he opposing citadel; L. L. Jones putting on the finishing touch. A spell of midfield play followed, m wsnch both teamsi took part. The School left wuig got croing, and tho seventh goal was scored by W. Ll. Jonos, following a pass from tho School cen*.re-forv;ard. A mcioe was soon in progress in front of tho Swifts' goal, IT J. Parry scoring. Tho game was now mostly and W. 1.1. Parry scored tho ninth goal for the Sc..col. Final reou'i: Conway Boys' School 9, Conway Swifts 1.
RVDAL MOUNT iI. (COLWYN BAY) v. EPWORTH COLLEGE H. (RHYL). EPWORTH HANDICATPED BY LACK OF WEIGHT. (By "Onlooker.") These teams met on the Brackley Avenue ground on Thursday last. The game lost much of its interest owinj to a tiriKfciins rain which fell. The teams were:— Rvdal Mount: Seiby, goal; A. Dean, Soutter, backs, Howroyd, flughcs, Evans, halves; Eden, L. Harrison, Hone, Wilson, Byke, forwards TT. Kpworth College: Kllis, goa*; Start, Ilnclgson I., backs; Clark II., Gregg II.. Peters, halves; Burrows, Walton, Collier I., Hodgson II., Farrow II. forwards. Hydal opened towards the Bryn end. Kpworth were the first to attack, and they got well within reach of .Se.bv, but erratic shojting nullified the opening, the siippery nature of the turf precluded aceurate play. the ball skidding in all directions. Hone initiated a movement which resulted In the downfall of the Kpworth goo). Cleverly eluding two opponents, he out out to Wilson, and that player, dribbling wed in, 'placed the leather in the far corner of the net, out of Ellis' reach. Only a few minutes elapsed before a second was added," Hughes netting a scorcher from long range, which gave Ellis no possible chance. No further scoring took place up to the interval, when the game stood — Rydal, 2. E¡¡worth, O. Restarting, Epworth were on the aggressive, suet wil- ing a protracted attack on the home citadel. Had any judgment in shooting been shown hereabouts i1,thil.g could have saved the homo goal from down fall, but the visitors' attempts to find the net were poor The lieavv state of the ground was now begin- ning' to tell oil" the youthful players, and the game dderiorated tu a great extent. Operations were mostly carri'-d out in midfield. Epworth were the first to recover, and attacked with vim. Tho result was that Walton beat (Se'.by with a high shot. This roused the Rydaiiar.s, who, through the instrumen- tality of Wilson, were successful in adding a third point. Final scores — Rydal Mount II., 3; Epworth II., 1. NOTES ON THE GAME. The Ryda;ialls were undoubtedly the best team, and deserved the victory. Se:by, in goat, did not handle the ball half a dozen times throughout the game. Soutter and Dean were good individually, but there appeared to be no understanding between them. On two or three occasions they both rushed to clear the same ball. Hughes was tha pick of the halves. His weight assisted him to some extent, while H .wrovd did Evans assisted him creditably. Of the forwards, Hone was undoubtedly the "master hand." Tricky, with a good conception of the game, ,and an ability to control the leather, he kept his wings continually on the move. Wilson was a good second, and ably as. sisted his pivot. He shot strongly, and often, with the re u t that he was crrdifed with two goals. Sylies on the outside left, was speedy, and centred accurately. He was handicapped, however, by his light build. The right wing pair were weak. Harrison laid himself out to feed Eden, and made the mistake of not centreing. Eden must cultivate, the virue of unselfishness. Keep tho ball continually on the move, and thus keep the defence moving, is the advice I should like to give these youthful players. Go for goal, and be done with pattern weaving. It is pretty to watoi, but then goals rather than pretty play count. Epworth put up a sterling fight, but were outclassed. This was in no small wav due to the superior weight of the Rydnlians. Ellis, in goal, was good, and s.ive.l several dangerous shots. t-tait and Hodgson I., at back, defended vigorously, and were in no small measure responsible for keeping down the score. The halves were weak. Out of the trio, Gregg II. was the best. It was in the foiward line that Epwoith would have been better served with a little more weight. Collier 1. played a splendid game, bjit- received practi- cally no assistance from the line, with the exception of a. little from Walton The others were much too light, and were easily thrust off the ball. Nevertheless, theirs was not a discreditable accomplishment, and they would have done even better if their shooting had been more accurate.
NORMAL COLLEGE v. RYDAL MOUNT. COLWYN BAY LADS DEFEATED. This fixture was played off at Bangor on Satur- day. Unfortunately there had been a good deal of rain and the field waa in a very bad condition, otherwise the match was a good one. As :t. usually the case meet friendly relation prevailed. Tho visitors won the and decided to play up tho silc-pe. Whi'ttney, the Normal ccmtre forward, opened the game, but the ball soon readied the home great area, and Mr Key tried a shot which went befnind. P;av was quickly transferred, however, a.nd ten minutce from start Turner owned tho score with a beaul.fully caoeulatod shot. On re-start.ing Lancaster passed to Sutcliffe, thence to Wood, who centred across goal-mouth. Lancaster reached the ball, but un- fortunately it proved too slippery and t(he opportunity war:; missed. A second goal then fell to the honicete.iv. W. 0, Lancaster made a good effort to save, but the ball was rushed through after tho second re- bounch The Nor.malitee again got into then- swing, and showed excellent con:.bination con- sidering tlhe slippery condition of tihe ground. J t:tLcf ore the half-time they increased the score to three. After the ve-start the visitors' goal was again in danger. The Normal wings attacked strongly de-spite Mr 1,3.1120, who worked hard to check ftheir advance. W. O. Lancaster piayed a very sound game, running o'ut and clearing to mid- field in faultier.!? style. However, two more were scored before the finish. The last twenty minutes were mere exciting. Ry(10. made several nw>hct3. but were unable to score. Wil- son had plenty to do, and put in a fast cro £ i= shot which went .behind. For the v'«it(>re: John- ston. at centre half, and W. O. Lancaster in goal, gained first honours, and for the Normals Turner gave a grand exhibition of football, while t'ho half-back line was very strong The game ckced with the score: Normal, 5; Rjda'l, 0.
ABERYSTWYTH v. PORTMADCC. The Portmadoc Chib were invited to pay a friendly game with tihe Aberystwyth Club iact Saturday, and the revolt proved a sad blow to the reputation of tihe Ma-doc Club. They wee thoroughly trounced and did r.ot get a single goal, whist their opponents scored 13. During the opening stages they were able to prevent the homesters getting ail their own way, but coon afterwards the balil was in the net tihree tuner-. Tlie honics-tcm defeated the vcV.itors com- p'letciiy in tactics, dash, combination, and attack from th*> beginning of the second half to the end. Goa's were so frequent the custodian appeared indifferent to anything that might happen. The Madcc backs w-j.ro < ften almost Lvoless In face of the fine play of the home forwards. The Madocitos had an occasion*)! run for their opponents stronghold, but tiie defence was magnificent. The understood ano'/er well, and co-operated w. th dis5s.fro.-s cci.eec;uencef5 to their opponents'. Their corner kicks were perfection.. It miu: • Ik> snid, how- over that the visiting t«am c«>i*ain<*ci omy fr.ur of the and these four could do nothing wh-en the rent of the players were a scratch let. They certainly ougiht not to have gone to Aber- ystwyth with such a poor team. I he 'homo team Were evidently the pick cf the Alx>ryi?iwyth Club. They cherished memory of the victory Portmadoc had over them the last time the two clubs met, and made up t'licvr minds to prevent the repetition of eiwlh a victory. The game ended in favour, of the home team by 13 goals to the visitors' 0.
RHYL COUNTY SCHOOL v. ABER- GELE COUNTY SCHOOL. The Rhyl County School team journeyed to Ah>rtrd0 iopJay their return match with Aber- gele County School on Saturday, and they were again victorious. The weather was rather dull. Tho visitors wcro weakly represented, (he can- tain and vice-captain doing service for the Rhyl town team. Roose, a new recruit, was ccntre- l~ or ward, and he placed in dashing style, and all tiho 'other forwards distinguished themselves. OnJy once, did the Abergele boys make a danger- ous attack upon the Rhyl goal, but i,ho ball was beautifully cleared by Pearson. At half-time the school had 8 goals in their favour, while Aher- cre'o had nciie. During the second half the Rhyl boys again set to work find added five m .r: goals to their score. While there wero twenty minutes to play, tho players had to retire in con- sequence of the heavy rain. Final seorc: Rhyl County School 13, Abergele 0.
GWYDR ROVERS (LLANRWST) v. LLANDUDNO ALBIOM. There was a very evenly contosje.fi !2mé be- tween the above teams at Larnrvvst rn Saturday, which resulted in a, draw of three gcala each-
I LLANFAI;L ROVERS v. BANGOR AMATEURS. I Th-eee teams met on Saturday at L'anfair. A pieatan-t game ended in the Amateuie recording the r first win of the sea.son, tho- score being three goals to nil in their favour.
KiNGSLAND CHARITY CUP, HOLYHEAD. LOCO DEP. v. OLD STATION UNITED. Tlhe first round for the King&Iarid Cha.rity Cup was c-ontesttil at the Railway ttecreatiou Grouiid, on Saturday, between Od Station United and the Loco DeparUneivt. The L irited succumbed in the final at;,t yt-,ar to the Wind- mill Roven?, the pivcent holders. Mr It. Ro'be-rts acted as referee. The fodowrng were tihe teams: c[ Station uni'-ed: Goal, R. Jones; full backs, R. Hughes and H. Pritchard; ha'f,backs, J.L&WLS,O.Kob<-rtg and O. Williaais; for- wards, James Doughty, O. WJ.lkums, H. O. Jones, W. Roberta, and H. Wii.iams. Loco: Goal, H. ugnes; toll backs, E. Thomas and J. Weetetone; hall-backs, W. Humph revs, H. Doughty, and H. Williams; forwards, 0. Joncss, '1'. Roberts, J. Jones, E. Parry, and Ned- Parry. Bojii teams exerted themselves "to the utmost from the start, the Loco doing most of the press ing. J. Jones finding an opening scored tor the engino men within five minutes of the start.. In a few tcconds Jones, receiving an acc-urato eoGftlt.r>e from Ned Parry, again found the neit. The Locou continued to the ba! I oeveral times craiihmg against the cioss-bar and the uprigrzut. At law; line United broke away, the right wing doing excellent serviee- H. O. Jones from tho riigat centred to H. Williams, who easily converted. The United now preeeea heavily, and H. O. Jones equalising with a fine shot. In a few 0. Williams scored aiioiiher point. At 'half-time the United led by 3 goals to 2. xhe gamo ha.ving been .resumed, the Locos pressed, J. Jcncs converting a centre from Parry witlh a header. From a tree-kick O. Williiaens realised. lie to re the end of the game J. Jones and ined Parry scored for the Locce. who won the game by live goals to 4.
0 NOTES AND COMMENTS. (By "Oriticus.") BANGOR. A ding-dong struggle in tihort wag the match between Bangor lie-serve and Holyhead in tuc second round cf t.he Kort.h Wales Junior Cup at Bangor on Saturday. Both teams were at top strength, the local lot particularly RO. » » In tho first hcJi hcur or s,>, the Bangor ÙJ- fendero had an exceptionally busy time 01 it, but ::¡o scioo'tinig of tho Holyhead forwards was any- thing but accurate. On the other hand the home forwards have seldom played a belter game, and even tho Holyhead supporters agreed ttiat there was some Yirtue in t-uem- So tihey must have been good- » « H. Brown had c.'ooperatelv hard lines, the ball his too. cannoning against one 01 the poets to the surprise of the custodian, who thougnt it was going behind. It came out again, but the Holy lad contingent claimed a goal. There wes no doubt, ho-wever, about the goal ieg c.,r cd by Dick Jones, Coi'tier being clearly beaten- At half-time Banger led by a goal. Directly operations were resumed. D'ck Jc-ncs slammed the ball in the direction of the visiting goal, and Collier imagined it wa6 going vvia'e,, so he left it alone. It, however, struck the com- er of the post and bar, and rebounded into play. # » The second halt; was well in progress when Parry, the visiting full-back, took it into h.s head to assume the role of a forward, and he literally carried all be-fore him, and a frrntio yell announced that fact that, he had equalised the soores. Both ends were visited before th.3 gamo ended., but there was no further scoring- » # T'ho Bangor forwards gavo a reallv capital display, and it speaks volumes for the defensive taclicp off ConiLan and Parry that the Holyihead goal wa-s not captured moro than once. The shooting goalwards was also fine- H. J. Davies was ex per i men ted' with in goaj, and lie trusted rather too much to his fed. The full-backs worked with a will, and tlhe halves also, W. Jones (Glanadda) being the shining light. The forward line was faulWe?.s. as I have- pre- viously indicated. It was refreshing to witness Dick Jones revealing now and then a glimpse of his old form, and if he got near the Ilclrhead goal it always spelt danger. R- T- Evans, (though closely watched, managed to put in a. few of those prolt-y tr-iKjhes which stamn him as one of the best forwards in North Wales. a If the heme forwards were a success, tho Holy- head forwards were a dead failure. They were weak (throughout the piece, and thrugih admir- ably fed bv tlie halves, could do nothing right- The energetic Rowlands, who, as a rule, ac-hi ves fame by "springing frcm nowhere," (id abso- lutely ntr'hing but run about: 0- B. Edwards, ditto; whilst W. Brown, well I-I. Btown a.nd H. Roberts, whilst not T to their tnual fe,Dill, showed how poor their colleagues were, and the former lieai'lv scored. < it Tho halves never gave themselves a moment's resit, and played a. thorough good game. Parry achieved ever]ardinig fame through tihat single- handed (or footed1) effort of his which led to the goal which robbed Bangor of the game. Con- lan. his colleague, was also in trim- Collier in goal waa wealc, and s-h.owcd unusual hesitancy.
COLWYN BAY SPARKS. The "Reds" were without a. match on Satur- day, and several new men were tried in a practice match. » Some of the-m per formed' creditably, and' wilv no doubt eventually find their way into the re- gular team. e On Saturday, t.he Bayitcs resume their acquaintance with their home supporte.re. having Denbigh as their visitors. < This is the firv-t meeting of tho teams for several seasons in the League- to-urney, and the game should prove interesting. » The "lads" from the .county town are per- forming creditably, and the "Reds" wiJ have to put in all they know to win. < The team chosen to represent the homesters ip: C. llai.lwood, goal; W. Jones, O. E. Wil iianr.G, backs; E. Griffiths. T. Weldings, R. Rowlands, halves; Moss Jones, Robert Rowlands, T. McCann (captain), StanTey Hughes, and J. Ll. Owen, forwards. < » The kick-off will take place at 2.45. • The .home supporters are to be well treated during the next few weeks, for the "Reds" have been drawn against Llandudno and Rhyil at home in the Coast Amateur and Welsh Amateur Cups respectively.
LLANDUDNO AND CONWAY WRSftKLES. There was no matchi at Llandudno on Satur- day, although Secretary Cob urn tried to arrange a. match with Blaenau Festinioig, but the quarrvsiien were unable to make up an eleven. « .ATa,tiv of the home supporters were dis^ appointed, as they had counted on seeing! the vote ran Kione-iir play. » « The "Blues" returned from Rhyl on Satur- day with the same old stüry, 7-i.. # Tritely, something must be done, but what? T-haii it t.he question' which is causing the Con- way executive much anxiety- at present. How can they expect the home supporters to fo!l;o'W'' them to R.hyl to see tlliem beaten, when such a good game c<oa<ld be witnessed on the Mprfa on Saturday, between the Swifts and the School. "'P.Q" Tho school displayed excellent combination, and the Swifts were simply outclassed1. • • • A very promising outewle right is R. J. Par.y, who plavcd in tlio-t position for the gcrxol. • « «' W. LI. Parry wob a tower cf Eitrengr-th to their forward Line, but mo-re weight would improve the backs. i • # Their custodian was safe, and the Swifts would net have scored at all, had he been a few inches taller. « « » • Tlie mainstay of the Swifts was A. C. Jones, their left back, who promises to develop into an excellent defender. » The match was a great euecees, and Mr Lloyd's action in rcieree-lng deserves commendation.
RHYL JOTTINGS. The Rhvl Amateurs are putting in come steady work, ail'thoug-h one wcade.U where they got their ti'tile from, seeing that there are many in t.ho team from othe.r places. On Saturday they tried ce-noius-ione wuth Epwcrth College, but the latter let thecn down in a fine game by three to two. Much disappointment was fcit at Rhyl on Saturday, when the news arrived that Rhyl m the Combination fixture with Chester had be-e-n defeated' to the tune of fix goals to nil. It is to bo hoped that the locals wail pttil themselves together, as they aiM fast qualifying for the weeden spoon. Next Saturday -they meet Chirk at Rhyl, and they will', have a tougn fight. The Reserves seem to be doing much better than the first teaan.
NORTH WALES FOOTBALL. SECOND LEAGUE DIVISION. Mr Frank Beech is to be congratulated upon the fact, that he has at. length succeeded in getting to- gether a second division for the North Wales Coast League. Ho attended a inoefing at Denbigh, on Thurs- day, when it Niq43 decided to go on with the division, and five teams, namely, Denbigh Town Reserves, Den- bigh Church Guild. Rhuddlan Cousel vatives, Corwen, and Ruthin entered. The first match is to be fixed for Saturday next-, and Mr Beech would be glad to hear of other teams who intend joining. There is a handsome silver cup to be competed for. and it is a matter of regret when there is such a demand for a Junior competition that more have not Joined.
FOOTBALL FIXTURES. SATURDAY NOVEMBER 16th, 1907, ENGLISH LEAGUE (Division I.). Birmingham v. Bolton Wanderers. P-ristol City v. Sheffield United. Bury v. Newcastle United. Evei'ton v. Blackburn Rovers. Manchester City v. Liverpool. Notts County v. Middlesbrough. Preston North End v. Aston Villa. Sheffield Wednesday v. Chelsea. Sunderland v. Manchester United, Woolwich Arsenal v. Nottingham Forest. DIVISION II. West Bromwich Albion v. Stoke. Lincoln City v. Stockport County. Hull City v. Leicester f'osse. Bradford City v. Blackpool. Derby County v. Glossop. Chesterfield v. Leeds City. Oldham Athletic v. Grimsby Town. Burnley v. Clapton Orient. Bamslev v. \V ulverhampt-on Wandcrert. Fuiham v. Gainsborough Trinity. THE COMBINATION. Birkenhead v. Tranmere Rovers. C,)iin,i.lil Quay v. Chester. Rhyl v. Chirk. Whitchurch v. Druids. Wroxham v. Oswestry United. NORTH WALES COAST LEAGUE (Division I.) ("North Wales Chronicle" Challengo Cup). Colwyn Bay v. Denbigh (Mr E. Browne Jones). Carnarvon v. Rhyl (Ntr oj. Roberts). Conway v. Holyhead (Mr F. J. H. Beech). Blaenau Festiniog v. Bangor (Mr W. LI Jones). Beaumaris v. Llandudno (Mr C. J. Thomas). NORTH WALES WEDNESDAY LEAGUE. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 20th. Llandudno Corinthian v. Fenmaenmawr (Mr F. J. II. Beech). FRIKNDLIES. Liverpool University v. University College of North Wale3. Pwllheli Town v. Ba.ngor Normal College.
THE VALE OF CONWAY FANCIERS' ASSOCIATION. ARRANGEMENTS FOR A SHOW. The committee of the above Association have decided to hold a nie-rtibeiis' show at Con-way on Saturday, April 18th. As there are .already well" over 100 members on the As&oeiatidn'fl books a most successful show is anticipated. All those fanciers who wish to take part in tlii3 eve-nit should send in their (names to the secre- tary (Mr A. T- Johnson, Glan Conway) with- t,i r out delay. Tho next committee meeting will be hold at the Albert Ilotel, Llandudno, on Thursday, November 21st. at six o'clock prompt
P^OFEb&jONAL G-LF MATCH AT LLANRWST. An interested crowd cf i spectators occupied fcljo Gwyclr Castle Golif Links this day week, when, through the kindVieas of Mr Cluttorbuck tlje vioe-oapUaii of the Lianrv.ist Club, a goJI cent-Get took place between four of the North prafesiionals- They were: Colilin*, Lla-ndudno; Matthews, Rhvl; Shaw, Prestatyn j and Viokers, Conway- All eyes were on ÙoI. lizis and Matthews, w:tlO came out in a promi- n.ent place in the recent International oonteac for professionals. The pair emerged from tho pavilion to oonteet an 18 bode match. Col;lirut took first drive, and just ek.tmmed tlio bunker, whilst Matthews followed with a lofty driva clearing the t Both annroaoues wore good, the Rhyl man !x\lding out in four whilst his op- ponent took an additional stroke- The second noie was halved as was Viiso the third, both play ere taking five strokes. At the f oui-th hole, Collins managed it in five, his opponent being OrJ-e behind. Collans also won the fifth and seventh- The Last two holes were halved, the first round beiing done by Col line in 36ani Matthews Z9. The second round was not so well congested, CollinB taking 33 a,rd Mat.thews 43. The Lian. dudno man's figures for the 18 holes were 74, and Matthews 82- Viokers took 87 to finis# and S'haw, the lato LLanrwst Tofessional, 02. In tihie afternoon, a four ball foursome waa played, when Matthews and Viokers be-at Cot- line and Shaw one up at tho 19th hole after 4b tie. A' 'ter the morning's play, a ca-itoil lu-noheoa was provided at tlie Victoria Ilotel by Mr and Mrs Maofarlane, when the players and a lange number of followers sat down- "Mr J. E. Jonos, tho honorary secretary with the assistance of the captain ard yice-captain, had prepared most satisfactory arrangements, ana t.he event, which proved of interest to the goif- mg fraternity, will be remembered for a oon- sidorablo time.
MR OSMOND WILLIAMS, M.P., AND THE HOUSE OF LORDS. (To the Editor of the "Pioneer.") Sir,—Referring to my speech at tho Unionist! Demonstration at Colwyn Bay last week, Mr Osmond Williams complains in the "Manchester Guardian" that I misquoted him as having said at Rhyl that the House of Lords was composed of old men in senile decay and young men wheso chief delights were in horse racing and Diabolo. I can on'ly gay thai I quoted verbatim from the report of his speech in the "Liverpool Courier," and if the report was inaccurate, I regret it. But Mr Osmond Williams couucsses to having stated that not 30 per cent, of the peers, tai(5 an iiiteili-gent interest in the great political questions oi ilie day, and that not ten per cent, take an active pr* t in the debates on those ques- tions. As to the latter igtat--ment-tlie accuracy of which I doubt—I may remark thait the bane of the House of Commons is too mudh talk and too little action.. Mir Otsmond Williams evidently considers that the former is the great desidera- tum. With regard to the a.mazing statement thea not 150 peers take an intelligent interest in the greafl political questions of the day. I unheertatmg+y say that it is false. To begin with, there axe between 60 and 70 Radical peers. I p.resume these gentlemen are exempt from the stigma which Mr Osmond Williams casts o-t their fcf'lowB. Then the largo majority of the Lords- Lieutenant to England and Scotland are peetra, and it is on them that Mr Haldane is re-lyingr to inaugurate the delicate and complicated machinery of his new Army scheme. Mr HaL- dnne evidently does not share the virulent ing. which animates Mr Otsmond Williams. Further, it is recognised on aN hands that tha Private Bills Committees of the House of Lords which deal with the moot important business questions of the country are ftdly equal, if not superior to thofe of the Houise of Commons. Again, is. it credible that 20 stout Raddcalav most of whom have sat in the House of Com- mons, should havo voluntarily and within tho last 18 months joined a. House such as Mr Osmond Wi lianis .represents the House of Lords to be? If fio then their ambition can only have been to acquire the empty snobbery e,f a title, as Lord Dartmouth Eo aptly phrased it. No. Anyone who choo-ses to make the least enquiry can satisfy himself that man for man the House of TjO-r-ds ig no whiit in-f-ejnoar to tho House cf Commons; there are, of course, a few "black cheep" in both Statements to the' con- trary can proceed only from ignorance of the subject or mendacity of the "Chinese slayery't type. In either case it is an insult to Welshmen to put euch stuff before them. It may win, a« if appears to have done, the plaudits of a RadicnJ caucus, but I am much mistaken if the dectoni of North Wa;'C6 will not prefer to adhere ,0 the good old motto: "Y Gwir yn erbyn y nyd "-1) aln etc., LAURENCE A. BRODUICK. Coed Conh, Abergele, November 12tli, 1907.
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