Symud i'r prif gynnwys
Cuddio Rhestr Erthyglau

23 erthygl ar y dudalen hon

THE ALLEGED CHARGE OF STABBING.

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ST. ASAPH DEBATING SOCIETY.1

Family Notices

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THE WAR IN THE SOUDAN.

TRIPOLI, TUNIS, AND THE MAHDI.

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RHYL.

ST. ASAPH COUNTY COURT.

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Newyddion
Dyfynnu
Rhannu

KOOTBALL. LLANDUDNO SCHOOLS V. EBURY COLLEGE, RHYL. This match was played on the ground of the former on Saturday last, and resulted in a victory for the home team by 4 goals to 2. The play during the first half was very even, and it was not until 40 minutes had elapsed, that Davies placed a goal to the credit of the college. On changing ends, Llandudno quickly made the score level, Tolson pcoriDg from a good kick. Some good play was now shown by both sid-,8, the backs especially being kept busy, but the home forwards fairly romped about the visitors, and after a; splendid pi ce of play, the ball being passed from the left wii g to the right, Aickin centred beauti- fully to Jo ses V., who with grand screw kick made the score 2 to 1 in favour of the home team. Again and again was the college goal in jeopard the school forwards playing well together, and Mark at full back emboldening his confreres by hi a steady play and sure kicking. A little later on. however, the home goal was in danger, but Morgan cleverly punched the ball away. The: school now came away with a rush, and after a pass from Jones V.T, Aickins scored the ord goal foi his team. The college forwards, following up well, after the kick off, kept the ball in the home quarters, and at length their efforts were rewarded, Brown securing their second goal. As it was now near time, both sides played up with great vigor, and Llandudno added another goal to their score, Williams VI kicking the ball through. The visitors were a far heavier and taller lot than the home team, but were quite unable to cope with the clean and rapid passing of their small, but plucky j opponents. Fur Llandudno besides those mention- ed Owen, Williams I., and Davies II. played very I well, while for Rhyl Collingwood and Jones were the best players. LLANDUDNO V. LLANBWBT SCHOOLS. This match was played at Llandudno on Wed- nesday last, and resulted in a victory by four goals to nil. Nothing worthy o notice occurred till just before half time when Aickin (captain) scored for the home team. On change of ends the game became much faster and each team made strenuous efforts to score. The home backs played well together, tackled and kicked with great judgement; and accuracy and each time repulsed the attack of the opposing forwards, Marks being especially noticeable. After some good passing between Tolson ano Aickin, the latter again scored and deservedly so, his play throughout being very good. No sooner had the ball been kicked off than Llandudno agfin scored, Toison bein, successful after a prei ty pass by Williams V-L. Some corner kicks here fe 1 to the home te&m and out of a scrimrna e iu frout of goal, Williams scored the the fourth and lajt goal for his side. Altogether the ga "v as most enjoyable. For Llanrwst Mr Httrdw --k Lt half back was the maiustay of the team, Heiur and Hill being also conspicuous For Llaududno Mr bignol i, Davies II, Jones V, and Ovvens also played very we.l. A will be pla) ed to-dav (Saturday) be- tween the Rhyl Grosvenors and C'jlwyn Bay, en the ground in Russet1 R )a(t.o. Klch off at 3 p.m. w —

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BAND AND ENTERTAINMENT.

MOSTYN UNDER A CLOUD.

, AN EXPLANATION.

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FOOTBALL NOI:ES.

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