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HONOURS DIVIDED AT FFESTINIOG. (By "Ricardo.") Festiniog: 2 I Carnarvon 2 I Carnarvon arrived over an hour after the I advertised time at Nowborough Park, Fe^tiniog, on Saturday. Mr Tom Jones, Holywell, linod the teams as follows:— BLAENAU: Bob Smith; Tom Hughes, and W. J. Owen; J. J. Roberts, Will Jones, and W. II. Williams; Robt. Roberts, John Hughes W.' J. Hughes, J. Lloyd, and W. R. Owen (oaptain)i CARNARVON: G. 11. Jones; J. Griffith a-id, R. M. WTiliiams; Don Rowlands, M. Herbert, and J. Williams; R, li. lzoberts, T. Roberts, Walter Jones (capt.), H. Robe-its, and J. Jones. The game opened with fouls and straggung movements, but play sol.dified' a bit, and the visitors advanced to a dangerous point nean the home goal. Walter and his chums in the for- ward line wowd have between them g'ained a point had not the backs kicked cut. WTull Jones, W. J. Owen, and lom Hughes, a very tr;cky trio, wore dangerous, but "Don and company" replied with long shots for goal. The visitors enticed 8m th out of his cage, with the result that a Canary almost got in. Tho visitors in- dulged in long range shots, and II. Roberts aner g-adging the distance, plaoed the ball between Smith's head and the cross-bar. It was A CLEAN, PRETTY GOAL. Play now (improved a litde, and the visiting forwards again advanced. Smith fumbled and fell, -and Carnaruon got their second goal. The crowd—which, by now, was a large one--caliod on the Quarryir.'&n to show better play. And they did improve in their play. Tommy Hughes caused the cross-bar to tremble, and the cus- todian touched the bail on rebounding fiom the bar. 'Hughes returned it. this time into the net.. It was a smart piece of work. The Canaries were caught napping, and instantly John Hughes pounced on the ball and scored". It ap- peared as though Don Rowlands waa not in his proper place, though he did. some good work there. The Quarryi-nan were stronger in their backs than the visitors. W. R.' Owen showed dexterity in getting from an awkward fix on the right, but Don and R. M. Wdliams walled him np. J. Jones all 11. Roberts understood each other's play well, and studied their pivot, who was all eyes and feet, in readiness for open- ing's. But T. Hughes and W. J. Owen, cover- ing Sn-i,.th well, withstood all attempts. For a minute or two the Quarrymen got behind the Carnarvon backs and secured two corners. It looked as though Carnarvon were in for a point before half-time came, but it did not come off, and the game tihen stood quits—2 v. 2. A co:is.derable quantity of ginger beer and lemonade, having been oonsumûd; at, the interval, play was resumed. Blaeriaiu had to be on. fho dele nee for some time. Carnarvon lost several good olianccs by useless infringements. Littlo Smith was a little too much for t.he Carnarvon forwards, though they displayed srii-art passing. Some. headwork by the Quarry men brought the leather right in front of the Carnarvon goal, but the goal keeper filled the goal entrance Some FOOLISH INDIVIDUAL PLAY was indulged in by one of uhe homesters, v hich very nearly ended in a goal for the visitors. W. R. Owen tii.ed a shot for goal, and aimed accurately, but the custodian cleared: nicely. It was annoying to observe the frequency o.f f(-,uli when play became dangerous. W. J. Hughes, the homesters' new centre-forward, showied iine work. He negotiated a goal shot, but the ball struck the cioss-bar. The spectator^ urged the homesters to increase the score, and play "livened up considerably. The home forwards began a bombardment of the Ca.rna.rvon goal. Three times did J. 1-1. Jones affect firio clearances, and fom the last he made put Walter and hi:s col- leagues in possession, and' for two minutes thev made it hot far the home defence. By a flank- ing movement the Quarrymen extricated them- selves from their perilous position, and returned the compliment by almost scoring. Thoug'h play was lively and corners frequent, no goals were soored in the seoond half, and the game con- cluded!—Carnarvon 2, Blaenau 2.

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