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FOOTBALL.

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FOOTBALL. (Continuation from last page.) LLANRWST COUNTY SCHOOL v. LLANDUDNO COUNTY SCHOOL. The first match this season between the above schools was played at Gwydr Park, on Saturday. The teams were as follows: — LLANRWST: T. E. Roberts; J. R. Morris and G. Jones (cspt); D. G. Jones, E. T. Ro- berts and T. Ellis; J. R. Parry (Llangerniew), J. R. Parry (Llanrwst), 1. Dav.es, Smith, F. Jones. LLANDUDNO: A. Thomas; L. Griffiths and W. Richards; Nixon, Neal and Wat-son; W. Brown (capt), Goulding, Fisher, Ivor Roberts and Forrester. During the early portion of the game tho "visitors had the better of the. exchanges but the licrne defence was very reliable and no scoring took place. The home outside-left (F. Jones) made three very good runs up the field and on each occasion his iinal effort only just failed. Eventually his efforts were rewarded, and he Opened the scoring for the home eleven. Thus encouraged the homesters were aeon to more advanta-ge and soon afterwards J. R. Parry fLJangerniew) scored a second goal. Half-time Was soon afterwards called with the score at 2-0 in favour of Llanrwst. At the commencement of the second half the Llanrwst eleven attacked with considerable vrg'ou I- and Idwal Davies, working his way through, scored a third point. Llandudno now attacked and had the satisfaction of scoring a good goal, Fisher giving the iinal touch. They made repeated efforts to reduoe the lead, but although they pierced through the defence on BOme occasions they failed at the goalmouth. Time was called with the score at 3-1 in favour of Llanrwst. While all the players on the Llanrwst side "Worked hard, particular mention should be made of the Captain, Gwllym Jones, who, on repeated occasions, cleared his lines with great judgment. On the Llandudno side the backs were very fiOUnd, while the combined moves of the two small players cm the left-wing was much ad- mired by the spectators. The game was under the control of Mr T. Thomas, the Secretary of the English Schools' Football Association.

CHRONICLE FOOTBALL EDITION.

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