PRESTATYN F.C. v. RHYL CELTS. Played at Prcstatyn on Saturday in dull weather. The home side were soon in front of the Celts goal, but the visiters retaliated, and from a pass by T. Conde, Bert Jones scored the first goal w,tor twenty minutes play. From the kick-off the Celts, wero again in the home goal, and B. Jones scored a second from a penalty. Half-time score: Celt s 2, P-restatyn 0. In tho second half the visitors played with tho wind at their backs, and from a centre by T. Lawson B. Jones scored from thirty yards' range, Jones thus performing the "hat trick." For the home team a fine shot from Jewel Bennet was well saved by Williams. Celts now improved, and fine play by H. Turner resulted in George Ford scoring a fourth goal. J. Jones, the home centro. toon afterwards struck the cross-bar, scoring a few seconds later the home team's only goal. Bert Jones and G. Ford added further goals for the Celte. Final score: Celts 6, Prestatyn 1.
—8— FOOTBALL. LEAGUE-FIRST DIVISION. I Results liD to Saturday. November 26th: G I P. W. L. D. For A'st. Pts. Sunderland 14 8 0 6 29 14 22 Aston Villa 13 9 2 2 28 16 20 Manchesetr U. 14 9 3 2 25 16 20 Bradford City 13 8 3 2 23 15 18 Notts Forest 13 7 5 3 29 22 17 Middlesbrough 13 6 2 5 22 17 17 Everboft. 14 7 5 2 19 13 16 Notts County 14 5 3 6 15 14 16 Newcastle U 14 5 5 4 21 16 14 Sheffield U. 14 5 7 2 19 15 12 Woolwich A 14 4 6 4 12 17 12 Bury 14 3 5 6 20 23 12 Blackburn R 14 4 7 3 25 29 11 Liverpool. 14 5 8 1 21 25 11 Oldham A 13 4 6 3 13 19 11 Preston N. E. 15 3 7 5 15 27 11 Tottenham H. 14 4 8 2 17 23 10 Manchester City 14 4 8 2 19 26 10 Sheffield VV 13 3 7 3 15 23 9 Bristol City 13 3 9 1 10 21 7
LEAGUE-SECOND DIVISION. Results up to Saturday, November 26th:— Goals P. W. L. D. For A'st. Pt3. Bolton W 15 8 3 4 23 19 20 Clapton Orient 13 7 1 5 17 4 19 West Brom. A. 14 6 2 6 24 13 18 Chelsea 12 7 2 a 27 8 17 Burnley 14 6 3 5 20 17 17 WhamptonW. 14 7 5 2 27 lJ j6 Hull City 13 6 3 4 24 15 16 Blackpool 12 6 2 4 19 12 16 Derby C,,iznty 14 5 5 4 26 21 14 Leioej'or Foosae 13 7 6 0 19 16 14 Fulham 13 6. 6 1 20 19 13 r Glossop 14 5 6 3 19 26 13 Bradford 14 3 7 4 19 22 10 Stockport C 13 4 7 2 17 26 10 14 3 7 4 10 32 10 ty 13 4 8 1 18 20 9 Hruddersfie-ld 11 4 6 1 14 18 9 Barnslev 14 3 8 3 19 24 9 Birmingham 13 2 7 4 11 22 8 Gainsboro T 13 2 7 4 12 26 8
COMBINATION. Results uo to Saturday, November 2cth: Goals P. W. L. D. FeT.Agst-Pts. Brvmbo Vic. 8 7 1 0 17 11 14 Whitchurch 9 6 2 1 30 11 13 riint United 9 4 3 2 16 20 10 Oswestry U. 10 5 3 2 22 16 1^ Chester 9 3 4 2 25 co >■ Ban,-f-,r 7 3 3 1 21 17 7 Wrexham 7 3 4 0 20 12 6 Comiah'3 Quay. 7 3 4 0 14 11 6 v 7 2 4 1 14 13 5 Rhyl 5 2 3 0 7 18 4 Denbigh Town 8 0 7 1 8 41 1
MANY GOALS AT DENBIGH. .■a.niior jenbigh 3 The meeting of Denbigh and Bangor, at Den- bigh, on Saturday, attracted considerable atten- tion and the match proved very exciting, in ■which the visitors proved successful by the odd goal in seven. Both teams were well represen- ted but the heavy ground suited the visitors better as thev were much the heavier team. Mr Russell, of Chester, wad the referee and the teams were:— DENBIGH: Griffiths; Dickens and Parry Ewms; Cartwright, Hughes, and T. Davies; Tuckfieid, ,E. E. Da vies, Warburton, Thomas, and D. B. Davies. BANGOR: Ted Owen; A. Dargio and Jack Jones; D. T. Davies, A. Thomas, and Jim Jones; R. >1. Evans, R. Owen, F. Wright, H. Davies, and Oliver. Bangor wen the teas and played down the slope, setting the- homesters to fiv-e a bright sun. The commencement of the game augured well for a keenly-contested match and both -goal- keepers had a shot each to stop before Denbigh were first to really threaten danger, Bcrwyn Davies getting away, but finishing badly. wit.h a Rood opening. Play was fact and interesting and both ends were visited. Warburton, who made his first appearance as leader of the Denbigh van, was a success. He is clearly the man Den- bigh have wanted for some time. After about 10 minutes' play lie received a pass in a most excellent manner and, rushing Through he easily beat Jack Jones who attempted to intervene, ho sped OIl While Jones floundered in. the mud and, mesmerising Ted Owen, he tipped the ball into the net in a very pretty manner. Bangor then attacked in earnest, but the home. defence pre- vailed. Both goald had lucky escapes and the Denbigh goal seemed impenetrable. During* a melee right in the m-outh of the goal the ball was almost Ln two or three times but someone stood in tho way. At length. Wright fastened on to the sphere and sent it into the top of the rigging, thus equalising the score..Denbigh •were not to be outdone, and soon made up for this, pretty play k-ad'ng to E. E. Davies quickly getting to a. rebound off Ted Owen from a hot shot by Dick Thomas andi scoring a grand goal. Previous to this Warburton had been again in the picture. He bore the ball on his head, but owing to the slosh inside the penalty area. he fell, and before he could re- gain his feet Ted Owen had' reached the ball and cleared. Retaining the upper hand Denbigh seemed destined to increase their lead and when they seemed; certain of doing so Jack Jones handled right on the goal line. In vain did the player protest against the dread verdict for an offence which left no shadow of a doubt. Ted Owen at first saved E. E. Da vies' shot, but. that player following up got to the rebound and gave Owen no chance whatever. Bangor came again and before half-time Oliver scored a second goal for Bangor. Half-time arrived with Denbigh leading by 3 goals to 2. In the second molSty the play continued to be fast and good. It was again very even, but Banger were at first the more aggressive. Half- way through the half Wright equalised the sc-oro for tiae visitors with a long-range shot. But before this Denbigh ha.d missed several easy chances; notably when Tuckficld met a centre right across tho goal-line from the left-wing and with only Ted Owen to beat shot wide. It was a '.ery bad miss, for his pace had taken him right against the post when the ball reached him. Both sides fo--ulit hard for ihe winning goal ana before the, end Wright had the satisfaction of performing his "hat-trick" and wiiiiung the game for his side.
NORTH WALES COAST LEAGUE. (DIVISION I.) ("North Walea Chronicle" Challenge Cup.) Rcsu.its up to Saturday, November 2&th:- Goals P. W. L. D. For A't Pts. Bangor Res. 6 4 2 0 14 7 8 Li dudino J unc. 5 4 1 0 13 10 8 Lla-nrvvst T 5 3 2 0 8 5 6 Colwyn Bay 5 3 2 0 7 10 6 Llandudno A. 3 2 0 1 6 3 5 B Festmicg 6 1 2 3 13 16 6 Holyhead S. 5 2 3 0 11 8 4 Carnarvon U.— 4 1 2 1 11 9 4 Lianbem U 6 1 4 1 17 25 3 Pwlliieii T. 3 0 3 0 4 11 0
BERRIES DOWN AGAIN. I Llandudno Junction 5 Llanbcris 4 Played at Lanberis, on Saturday The teams lined up as follows: — LLANBEllLS: Carudoc Jonet- Bob Uovd. O. Morris; D. Roberts, W. R. Pritohard, D. Jones; Buck, II. Lloyd, W. R. Williams," E. Lloyd, and W. It. Thoinas..
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T NORTH WALES COAST LEAGUE. (DIVISION II.) (Russell Challenge Cup). Results up to Saturday, November 26th: Goals P. W. L. D. For A't Pts. LJeahid) Swifts 5 4 0 1 12 6 9 Glasirsifryn S. 5 3 1 1 26 11 7 Holyhead Res 3 3 0 0 12 i 6 Penmaenmawr ..3 2 0 1 11 6 5 Lfan'foeha«ji .6 2 3 1 12 24 5 Llan'no J. Res. 5 1 2 2 9 9 4 C-Iwyn Day C. 4 1 3 0 3 10 2 I Menai Brklgv} .6 1 5 0 8 20 2 Llandudno Res. 3 0 3 0 1 6 0 Bangor Juniors havo resigned, and their re- eord is exjpuir-ged.
MORE POINTS FOR HOLYHEAD RESERVE. (By "Spectator.") I Holyhead Res 5 Llanfairfeehan 2 The teams were as f.ollows:- LLANFAIRFEITIAN MarJey; M. Griffith and W. Jones; H. Jones, R. J. Hughes, and Bob Roberts; Liew. Morris, David Hughes, T. J. Wilhann, p- O. Jones, and II, W. Hughes. HOLYHEAD RESERVE: N. Williams; J. EvanoS and Dick Lewis; R. J. Jones, Hyam, and O. Williams; H. Brown, J. W. Jones, H. Williams, Moeeley Jones, and J. Jones. This match attracted a fair crowd of spectators to the Llarsf a:r fecfta-n groun don Saturday, and groat interest was evinced in the game. Llanr f ;>i rfeeha n Trid to-put on a. of their best players having been injured last week. Referee Welsh, of Crewe, was in charge of the game. Llanfairfeehan, who elected to play uphill in the first moiety, soon forced a corner, but noth- ing came of it. Holyhead then took up tho at- tack, and 11. Williams scored a fine goal for the visitors within five minutes of the start. Manley having no chance to save. They again 'found the not, J. Jones adding number two for the visitors. Play becarn-e very exciting, both ends be- ing viwted in turn. Llanfairfeehan were pressing hard, Dick Jones doing some fine work for the homesters. Soon afterwards, Hughes scored for Llanfairfeehan, his effort being clieored by the spectators. Dick Jones had hard lir.üs during a sorimmag-e at the homo goal. Holyhead alio was unlucky, Bob Roberts just managing to clear in the nick of time. lila-nfairfeehan were now having the best of th.e game, W. Jones being responsible for good work. Half-time: Holyhead Reserve, 2; Llanfair- feehan, 1. HOLYHEAD PRESS. Holyhead opened the ticcond half, and soon became troublesome to the home defence. J. Joncs conceded a corned:, which proved fruit- less. lio-lyhead again held tho play in mid- field. but Llanfairfeehan attacked at this stage with more vigour than the visiters, and I they forced two or three corners, one of which was charged down, and Llcw headed another over the bar. After a series of attaeks by the Holyhead front line, Moseley Jones net- ted the leather. Before long, Holyhead were again in front of Man ley, and H. Williams put in number four. WiLl Jones cleared tJ. good attack by the visitors, but Dick Lewis punted the bail back to the other end, and W. Jones and Bob Hughes kept the visitors' front -line -at bay. H. Brown sent in a nice s-hot, but iliinley cleared well. Holyhead forced a comer, ajid H. Brown receiving a pass by H. Williams, drove in, when Man- ley fisted out, but Moseley scored number five. Llanfairfeehan now pressed hard, and were continually in dangerous proximity to the visitors citadel. They forced a corner, and after Newton Williams had cleared, David Hughes received, e„nd scored the last goal of the match for Llanfairfeehan. The° home- sters were pressing up to the finish, but no further scoring took place. Final: Holyhead Reserve, 5; Llanfair- feehan, 2.
LLECHID TOP OF THE POLL. (By "Verax"). Llschid 3 Menai Bridge -j r ^a*ur^37. Menai Bridge journeyed to Llecmd ground to play the ixmo eleven in a .Second Division ma,toil. Referee GiiSiths, of Jr^enmaentnawi-. drew up tho teams in the fol- lowing order :— LLECHID: R. A. Griffiths; W. Jones and H. R. II. Tkcm'as, T. Owen and T. Jones; T. L. j. VViLiams, R. Roberta, W: T. Jones and T. Donaldson. MENAI BRIDGE: J. Owen; W. Edwards and J. Wi-Lams; R. G. Edwards, R. T. Wii- bams and H. L. WiLiams; J. Honder, S Hughes. T. Da woe a, J. It Owen and J. Gorrard. The game was brisk and breathle?^ right from the start, and ero ni-any minutes. had eiapaed R. Roberts tried a shot, at the Menai Bridge goal. This went wide, but a few seconds after, T. Donaldson ru-ahed up, aDd with a fine shot oaptiir-d the first paint for his side. Attacking in turn tho visitors prossod for scone time. blt the;- shooting was raiLher erratic. The Bridgites had evidently reckoned without tJie.-rho t. and for Gam", time their own goal was in a stage of siege. Llechid, however, did not have affairs all their own way. On one occasion R. A. Griffiths recklessly leaving the sticks a goal would have been inevitable, but for the fine defence of W. Jones, who clea,r?d mag- nificently. The play became fairly quiet now, though flashes of Brilliant combination were oc- casionally wtnosred. Great excitement prevailed when W. T. Jones was seen racing up to th& Menai Bridge goal with t.}. ball at his feet and the •goalkeeper alone before him. Then J. Owen rose to the occasion, and sxvcd in grand style. Presently, after De-at combination among the visiting forwards, A. Hughes rushed up and equalised matters w ith a short-rango shot which had been centred by Joe Hend-nr. From now tid the interval play was oar fined 'o nenc-a', midneld area, but tlie advant-ago lay mostly with the Bridgites. Half-time: Menai Bridge 1, Lledhid 1. HALF-TIME AND i:OFFF,l' TIME. During the interval it was found that W. T. Jones, -who-bad coHidfd with Owen, the visitors' goalkeeper, had sustained an injury to his knee; but after seine short d'^lajr he was able to take the field, and though not so capable as before, played to the finish. Un. recommencement the homesters warmed to their work.. ThQ Bridge defence had their work cut out for ,thent Breaking away, the Mcnai Bridge forwards carried the ball well up the field, and Hcndcr and Hughes but for weak ehsoting should have brought off a goal. H. C. ■VSHRWCSQaHIEaEBDBaHBIE^BBiamEBBB Williams now became conspicuous by his de- fence. But inch by inch Llechid pressed down the slope, and for a full ten minutes confined the Bridgites closely in their goal area. The coffee arriving late, the teams enjoyed a second half-time. Taking a penalty W. Jones only just d missed the billet, the ball rising over the cross- bar. Handling tactics gave the Swifts a penalty, and II. Lewis made no mistake in netting with a glorious shot of the oblique corner variety. Good, clean play was the order of the day. Arthur Hughes dribbled trickily, but is too much inclined to lose ground. T. Owen for the homesters was very safe but rather too vigorous. Taking a free kick from near half way, W. Jones sent in a lofty shot which Owen saved. Dribbling neatly again, Arthur Hughes threaded his way through home defence, but unluckily shot just a couple of feet wido of the post. pressing again, George Williams netted, but the goal, much to the indignation of the onlookers, was disiallowed at first, but on making inquiries, the refelree found that all was correct, and Allowed the 6core. This reverse warmed the Bridgites up, and they pressed smartly, but a couple of corners con- ced-E-d them went begging. However, both sets struggled manfully to the end, and when the fina.l whistle blew, the score stood :—■ Llechid, 3; Menai Bridge, 1.
WELSH AMATEUR CUP, FIRST ROUND. AMATEURS' MAGNIFICENT WIN. SIX GOAL VICTORY. Llandudno Amateurs 6 I Rhyl o Played at IJandudno on Saturday. in the pre- 2ence of a largo number of spectators. The teams turned out as follows:— LLANDUDNO: C. Stallard; Ben Morris and J. H. Jones; Jack Brown, T. Jolrmon and II. Pearson; J. E. Williams, John Davies, W. T. Cleave, Bob Da vies and Jim Williams. RHYL: D. Hughes; Coliis a.nd Parry; J. E. Hughes, W. L. Hughes and Thomas; Norman Pritohard, Bertie Jones, Tellis Ilughea, R. E. Hughei ar.d Williams. Referee: Mr R. D. Richards, of Bangor. Play was in mid field for the first few minutes until a free-kick for Llandudno looked danger- ous. Bad pacing by the home forwards, how- ever, enabled ihe Rhvl defence to clear. Ben Morris was cheered for a neat clearance at the ctheir end. Then J. Williams got going and forced a corner off Parry, the vfiiti rig left full- back, but it proved fruitless. Jimmie, nothing daunted, got in another of his typical centres. Bob Davies ran througli and had nobody to beat but the RJiyl goalie, who saved at the expense of a corner. Llandudno seemed to have no luck for this was again cleared. Rhyl then essayed an attack, but a weak finish enabled the home defence to mako a quick re- turn. This p it Johnnie Williams in possession, the outside right completing a nice run with a terrific centre to the goal mouth. Cleave got his head to the ball and the Rhyl custodian had no chance to save. Having thus secured the lead, the Llandudno men attacked vigorously, J. Wil- liams forcing a corner which he placed nea.tly, and Bob Davies headed into the goal mouth, the ball branching from one of the Rhyl men into the net. This put Llandudno two goals ahead, and they well deserved their lead for they had enjoyed the better part of the game. RHYL FINISH WEAKLY. Rhyl next had one or two chances, but their finishing touches were weak. They at length secured a corner, their first in the game, but it proved fruitless. Jimmie Williams was the initia- tor of the third disaster to the Rhyl team. He beat the half-back and centred beautifully. D. Bob Dav.es sent in a tfirrifio ground drive. The Rhyl goalie saved at full length on the ground, but Bob rushed in again and this time banged tho'ball safely into the rigging. A mistake on the part of the Rhyl backs let in Johnny Williams, who sped down the wing and finished with a beautiful dropping ahot. The Rhyl goalkeeper evidently thought the ball was going over tho bar and great was h.s surprise when the leather landed in tho net. This gave Llandudno thsir fourth goal. Again the Llandtidno men attacked and the ball was crossed several times in front- of the Rhyl goal. Johnny Williams at length oontrM for tha last time and Bob Davies reoeiving had no difficulty in scoring. Half-time: Llandudno 5, Rhyl 0. 'OILERS IN BRILLIANT FORM. Llandudno assumed the upper hand on re- I suming, and Johnny Williams scored their sixth goal with an oblique shot from the right. Then, Jack Brown treated the spec- tators to very tricky work, in the course of which he beat quite a number of opponents, but the Rhyl defence managed to clear. The loca!l men were in brilliant form, and forced corner after corner. Hughes, the Rhyl goa.1- r, y keeper, was also in good form, and be saved a. terrific shot from Tommy Johnson; whilst a few minutes later, Harold Pearson was only a few inches wide with a. scorcher. The game was decidedly tamo after this, but the homesters always held the play well in hand. Llandudno slackened down con- siderably towards the end of the game, but ait-hough th.e Rhyl men had several fine op- portunities, they 4could not find the net. Final: Llandudno, 6; Rhyl, 0.
EXIT LLANRWST. Carnarvon 2 Llanrwet o C-NARVON UNITED: G. II. Jones; Evan Hughes and R. Moreton Williams; John Wil- liams, Herbert, and E. R. Jones; R. H. Roberts, Tom Roberts, Walter Jones, Land, and Johnny Jones. LLANRWST: R. Jones; Carter and Trever; J. T. Williams, R. D. Roberts, and H. Roberts; II. Roberts, Denni] Jones, W. A. Hughes. A. Roberts, and W. T. Jones. Referee, Mr E. Lloyd Williams. Llanrwst were 35 minutes 1:.ü. arriving on the ground. Llanrwst won tho toss, .and Walter kicked off for the locals. Straight- way from the kick off, the ball was ee.nt to- wards the visiting goal. Walter missed a fin,e opening when he had only the goalkeeper to beat: he shot feebly behind. The local quintette again made 0 tracks, and were in front of the Llanrwst goal. Carnar- von, at this early stage, were enjoying mogt of the game, but the forwards wero un- fortunate in fiont of goal. Tom Roberts again failed to convert. Tho visiting forwards next paid George a vi;it. but the final effort of Denims Janes went bellind. The latter forced a. corner, but, to the surprise of all, he semi behind. After nice play by R. II, Roberts, on the right, he passed to Tom Roberts, but failed to convert. Howells for Llanrwst raced along on the right, but he shot feebly behind. Land received the goal kick and wormed his way through and parted to Waller. This player met it with a fine shot. Llanrwst attacked again. The local forwards raced down the field, but R. II. Roberts mulled the movement when in a nice position. Catrnarvon continued to press Jnd forced a corner which was pbced behind. fl:]'-time: Carnarvon I I.innrwst S A MISSED PENALTY. On restarting Carnarvon on the ryrht got goirg and a series of corners were sticci^lully r» folia- ted. Llanrwst were awarded a penalty, but the ensuing kick was sent yards wide. Lla.nrwst now made strenuous efforts to oqua.iae, and R. Moreton Williams conceded a corner, whiü11 was com- fortably cleared. From a corner kick Tom Roberts had hsud lines with a eharacterisfcic header, which scraped the bar. Johnny Jones, when in a nice position, was tripped by tilie visiting risrht half, and the ensuing peiwilty was taken by Walter, who, to thie chagrin of all, fa-iled to augment the score. This player, however, made amends later by initiating a nice movement, which oulminated in Tom Ro- berts beating R. Jones for' the second time. The light now got bad, and the movement* of the players could not easily bd followed. When ifciine was called, Carnarvon* were still pressing. Final; Cama.rvoIlI. 2; Llannrst, 0, •
IRONBRIDGE UNITED v OSWESTRY 1 RESERVE. Owing to the ground not being in a fit state for plav, this match was postponed.
FRIENDUES. SURPRiSE WIN FOR THE VILLAGERS. Ciasinfryn 3 Bangor Reserve 2 The Combination team being engaged at Denbigh in search of points, and tho Itcscv vos having no League engagement, the commiiitee arranged for a "gwaraJlteú friendly'' match with the reputed champions of the Second Division of -,h,e League. Under the direction of Mr Burkev. Holyhead, the teams assembled a quarter of an hour iato as follows:- BANGOR RESERVE: Ivor Thomas; D. J. Th-csraaj a.nd A. Stanley; A. Owen, H. J. Davi-cs and F. Dargie; II. Rowlands, E. Lloyd Jones, A. N. Other, W. F. Brown and Furber. GLASINFRYN: Bob Williams; J. P. Jorcs a-rd W. D. Thomas; G. Whitehead, C. Pierce and E. E. Davies; II. P. Williams, H. Edwards, D. P. Hughes, R. T. Williams and W. Thomas. Tho gam-e opened in quiet fashion, with Glasinfryn making a determined raid on the Bangor goal. The defence of Stanley, how- ever, prevailed, but not before H. Edwaids and Williams, on the Glaainfryn light, had worried him for a length of time. The game now beca-me more even, and Bangor advanced per Furber, but the recruit appearing in the home centre failed to improve an opportune pass by Brown. A brilliant individual run by Brown neariy culminated in his openug Bangor's account, but he was forced to shoo1; behind by the close attention which J. I'm03 Jon-cs, his former colleague, paid him. Bril- liant work by W. Thomas, on the Glasnuryn Left, gave occasion for very favourable com- ment. After beating both Stamley and D. J. Thomas for possession, D. P. Ilugibes essayed a long hot but Ivor was net called upon to save. Follow- ing a deliberate foul by D. J. Thomas on Hughie Edwards, D. P. Hughes equalised for the visitors with a good shot, to the great delight of liis colleagues. Spurred on by thie success they played with greater determination, and' not five minutes after the equaliser Hughie Edwards gave them the lead which waa centalnly well-deserved. The display by Bangor was wanting in many respects, the chief fault being injudicious serving of the forwards by the halt- backs. R. T. Williams threw away an excellent char:c"> of improving the ficore by shooting' too hastily. A weak clearance by Ivor would, but for the timely aid of D. J. Thomas, have proved disastrous. A spasmodic rush by Ban- gor was the I-alst incident before tho interval and Edgar sihot ridiculously wid?. ilaiif-time: Gla.sirrflryn 2, Bangor Rc-scrve 1. SECOND HALF. Bangor attacked first after the interval, only to bo easily driven back, and away sped Pierce, Hughes and Edwards, the latter sending in. a. smashing sihat, which Ivor Thoma.s oleverly di- verted behind. Hugh Pa.rry, the import from Cwmyglo, who was given. a trial, then set tho pace, and he played 4ciucks and draikes with the Bangor defenders. The Villagers were now all over the homesters, but W. Thomas sent behind, Edwards being nearer the bill-let directly after- wards. D. P. Hughes looked all over a scorer when Stanley stopped his passage in a manner which resulted in a free-kick, from Whlich White- head fired a trus shot, the custodian dropping the ball, but he got rid of it. A grand chance was given. W. Thorny, but he shot behind. Then the home forwards went awav in a linei, only to be foiled by Bob W'illiiams, tihe Tre- ga.rth recruit, who coolly left his Charge and picked the ball from the. toes of the home pivot. At the other end Fred Dargio saved a "cert." A mis kick by R. P. Jones let in Rowlands, but he sent woefully wide.. Instead of letting the ball go out of plav, however, tho custodian kbked it out to Furber, who whipped across a beauty. Rowland* having only to "pod" and THE SCORES WERE EQUAL. There were now signs of a break-up in the Villagers' ranks, and Bob Williams was hard pressed, having to rush out and conoede a oor- ner. A penalty kick was given against D. J. Thomas, from which Hughie Edwards scored, thus putting the Villagers ahead. "Plav up, kids," yelled the Glasinfryn partisans, and they obliged; but &o did the homo forwards, and a rare tussle ensued, but it was rather difficult to follow tho movements of the players owing to the falling light. The Villagers were having the better of the exchanges and a series of swift shots were despatched towards the Bangor goal; two of them resulting in very narrow shaves. Then the Glasinfryn defence "muddled" and in- stead of clearing at once tried to dribble the ball aiN ay. C. Pierce came out top In a duel with H. J. Davies, but he was fouled. Final: Glasinfryn 3, Bangor Reserve 2.
PRACTICE GAME AT COLWVN BAY. Colwyn Bay 7 Colwyn Way Celts 1 Tho Colwyn Bay town eleven had an open date on Saturday as far as League and Cup Competi- tions were concerned, but anticipating a keen struggle in the, replay for the Amateur Cup at Llandudno next Saturday they arranged for a practice matah on Saturday aftornoort with the local Celts. Few spectators were present when the following teams turned cut: COLWYN BAY: Hallwood; Jones and T. McCann; Ned Griffith, A. Warburton, H. Prltcliard; Tucker, Southern, E. Phillips, Dan Jones and G. P. COLWYN BAY CELTS.—G. Ll Jones; F. Parry and Evan R. Jones; J. Hughes, Cairn, W. D. Hcskins; Iloyd Davies, W. J. Jones, F. Lunt, Ll. Roberts, and R. Jones. At the outset the Celts pressed and nearly scored. Tucker ran down on the wing, but was fouled. Ned Griffiths took the shot and Stanley Hughes scored easily. George Hughes got in a splendid shot from the outside-left, but the goal* e saved. Again the Celts pressed and W. J. Jones. narrowly missed the mark. Southern Shot for goal, but his dfortwas oleur-cdl. Phillip tried to force his way through, with the result that a corner was secured. This, however, proved oi no avail. Warburton joined the players at half-time. Jones handled the ball, but the resultant .free kick came to nought. Hughes put in a fine shot from the left and Phillip obtained possession, but only succeeded in putting* the. ball ovetr the bar. Soon after Southern nearly -did the trick, the ball actually going between the goalkeeper's arm3, but it was aftorwarcV. cleared. Hali-tnac Oolwyn Bay 3, Colwyn Bay Celts 0 After crossing over, Jones was forced to give a corner. The Bays made a good run down, but Tucker made a. bad m-irs. The baill crossed to Stanley, who scorcd tihe fourth goal. Southern now obtained possession, a.nd after a short run down, scored with a neat, ground shot. McCann put in a fine shot, which struck tho cross-bar. Soon after he centred, and George Hughes scored. Southern was fouled, and a penalty was suc- cessfully appealed for. Stanley took the kick and &oored again. Warburton fouled Llovd Davies, and the resulting penalty was con- vert-ed by the latter, and thus opened the scoring for the Celts. Stanley missed a fine opening. Lloyd Davies and W. J. Jones played well for the Celts, and George Hughes played a very tricky game for the Bays. Stanley showed very well, and is to be congratulated on his plethora of goals. It was hard Lines Phillips did not score. He certainly deserved to, for Stanley's success was partly due to his generosity. Final: Colwyn Bay, 7; Colwyn Bay Colts, 1.
FRIARS SCHOOL v. RAILWAY INSTITUTE. Played at Friars, this afternoon, in ideal weather. Too teams w«re:— FRIARS: A. S. White; A. D. Jones, Bam- ford; I. 'C. Jones, P. B. White, Prestige; R. B. Hghes, V. Owen, LI. Jones, M. Thomas, I. C. Ou-i-n. RAILWAY INSTITUTE: W. Roberts; Irvin, Hghes; Jones, Johnson, Rowlands; Ward, Walker, O'Donnald, Williams. The Institute had the better of tho first eA., changes. Tho gamo at this period was stopped for some tirna by an unfortunate accident to R. B. Hughes. Goming to the ground in some un known way he fell and f r act tired his ankle. The Brigade, .missed several opportunities but they .f -r were the first to score, O'Donnald after many efforts netting the ball. Half-time: Brigade 1, Friars 0. Friars pressed at the re-start: and Llew miss-ed an open goal. Retaliating,, O'Donald scored No. 2 for the Brigade, and shortly afterwards No. 3. The Brigade were now having most of the game, and Walker quick- ly put on No. 4, while O'Donald put in the fifth. No further scoring took place, as the defence wz,i too sound. NOTES. The play of the School eleven was spoilt by the accident to R. B. Hughes. lliey were also minus their goalie, a reserve having to be obtained. The d-efe-nee was good as usual, and White was the pick of the halves. V. Owen was the best of the forwards, who were handicapped by the loss of their comrade.
NORMAL COLLEGE v. CHESTER TRAINING COLLEGE. At. Bangor on Saturday. NORMALS D. T. Evans; Lord and Long; MacClelland, W. Evans, and Phillips; Roosc, j Hopwood, Hannaby, Pepper, and Rogers. CHESTER: Hayes; Dawson and Pidd; Ogle, Packer, and Cartlidge; Ogden, Vaudrey, Squire, Alan, and Vaughan. Chester playing against the wind led off in great style, Vaudrey scoring from a scramble when Evans had failed to clear w i! t i n the fit minute. Sütln after from a fine eontre by Alan, Vaudrey again found the net. The Normals then woke up and fairly peppered the Chester goal with shots which were just too high or too wide. A foul within the area gave the Normals a penalty. Hannaby took the kick and gave the Chester goalie no chance. Soon afterwards Rogers made a fine run and centred to Pepper, who put in the equalising goal for the Normals. Chester replied with a rush, but "Towy" was safe and cleared nicely. Reese had hard luck with two shots in rapid succession. Half-time: Normals 2, Chester 2. Tho sccond half showed much finer play. Parker took a long shot for Chester, but shot too high. From the goal kick Hannaby secured possession and passed to Rogers, who ran up and scored a beauty. This gave the Normals tho lead and the winning goal. Final: Normals 3, Chester 2. For the- Normals Lord and Long were great at defence, and the forwards were in fine form, the wingers Roosc and Rogers being conspicuous. For Chester Packer was very strong at centre half.
CONWAY CELTS v. PENMAEN- MAWR. A COMICAL END TO THE GAME. These teams met at Conway on Saturday. Three of the Penmaenmawr men had to be re- placed by reserves owing to ill-health. The game started well enough, and the Celts seemed as if they intended giving the "Penny- more" boys their first beating. However, the ball travelled to both ends of the field alternatelv. After some skirmishing Morris managed to find the net. Shortly afterwards it was noticed that the lace of the ball wa3 flying about, and tho game was stopped, and some of the Con way men tried to remedy matters; but in stead of doing the needful they managed to puncture the ball. After wasting about ten minutes it was decided to send the ball to be repaired. During this time the referee walked off the field, and after waiting another twenty minutes the visiting team fol- lowed suit. Result: Penmaenmawr 1, Conway Celts 0. Conway Celts should be provided with more thun a single bail for a game of this description in future. Let those concerned see to it.
PENMAENMAWR RESERVE v. GLEN VILLA. These teams met at Penmaenmawr on Satur- day befcre a very meagro crowd. The Reserves were a mixed up team, and Glen Villa had not had much practice. Howevcr; the Reserves got it all their own way. Final score; Penmaen- mawr Reserve 13, Glen Villa 0.
SATURDAY'S RESULTS AT A GLANCE. LEAGUE-FIRST DIVISION. Liverpool 3, Manchester United 2. Notts Forest 1, Everton 1. Blackburn Rovers 6. Sheffield Wednesday 1. Aston Villa 5, Middlesbrough 0. Sheffield United 5, Preston North End J. Sunderland 4, Tottenham Hotspur 0. Bradford City 3, Bristol City 1. Manchester City 2, Oldham Athletic 0. Newcastle United 2, Woolwich Arsenal 1" Bury 0, Notts County 0. LEAGUE—SECOND DIVISION. Glo.asop 5, IluddersfieJd Town 2. Wolverhampton W. 5, Fuiham 1. Derby County 4, Gainsborough Trinity 0. Loeds City 4, Stockport County 0. Blackpool 3, Birmingham 1. Bolton Wanderers 3, Lincoln City 1. Chel xa 1, Hull City 0. Leuoostor Fcs^e 2. Bradford 0. Burnley 1, Barnsiey 0. Clapton' Orient 0, West Bromwioh A. 0. THE COMBINATIONT Bangor 4, Denbigh 3. Bryrnbo Victoria. 2, Saltney 1. Fiimt 4. Chester 2. WELSH AMATEUR CUP (Fimt Round). Summerhill Victoria 2, Green Uiiited 0. Carnarvon 2. Llanrwst 0. Ruabon 9, Acrefair 3. Gwersyllft 6, Ffrith 1. Llandudno 6, Rhyl 0. Mold Town 2, Flint 0. Cor.nah's Quay 10, Ruthin 0. Rhos 4, Exoiusham 2. NORTH WALES COAST LEAGUE—DIV. 1. Llandudno Junction 5. Llanhefris 4. N.W. COAST LEAGUE.—DIVISION II. Llechid Swifts 3, Menai Bridge 1. Holyhead Reserve 5, Llanfairfeehan 2. FRIENDLIES. Glasinfryn 3, Bangor Reserve 2. Tregarth 5, 'Varsity Reserves 2.. — Bangor Railway Irt.ft"tut.e. 5. Friara School 0. Colwyn Ba.y 7, Colwyn Bay Celts 1. Bangor Normal Coll. 3, Chester Trainsng C. 2. Bamgor Albiotvj 2, Bangor Athlotic 0.
NEXT SATURDAY'S FIXTURES. I LEAGUE—FIRST DIVISION. Everton v. Manchester City. Nckta Cauwty v. Sheffield UniteA Briefed. City v. Blackburn Rovera. Oldham Athletic v. Liverpool. Sheffield Wednesday v. Nottingham Foreefc. Newcastle United v. Bradford! City. Middlesborough v. StTOdorland. Tottenham Hotspur v. Woolwich Arsenal. I're k :i North End v. Aston Villa, Manchester' United v. Burv. LEAGUE—SECOND DIVISION. Bkm:ir.gha.m Y. G'iGdwip*. Bradford! v. Wolverhampton WamuerersL Burnley v. Lei coster Fosse. Fulham v. Chobea. Hull City y, Clapton Orient. Leeds City v. Derby County. \Ycut Brormvieh Albion v. Blackpool. THE COMBINATION. Whiitohurch v. Bangor. Chester v. Brymibo Victoria. Ccimsah's, Quay v. Wrexham. Saltney v. Flint. NORTH WALES COAST LEAGUE—DIV. 1. Bangor Reserve v. Pwllheli. Blaena.11 Fo?itiniog v. Llanrwst. Liandtad'r.o Junction v. Llanboris. N.W. COAST LEAGUE—DIVISION II. Glaainfryn Swifts v. Colwyn Bay Cells. Menai. Bridge v. Ixechidi Swifts. Pen-rmaenmawr v. Holyhead Reserve. FRIENDLY. Carinarvon v. Normals.
NOTES AND COMMENTS. LLANDUDNO WHISPERS. Llandudno, G; Rhvl, nill < Bravo! Amateurs. You really exoeLkd voursclves on Saturday. # # Not for the past four or five years have the Amateurs showed better form than they did on this occasion. 0 It was the first round proper of the Welsh Amateur Cup Competition, and one may ven- ture to predict that, if they keep up their form, it will take an exceedingly good ka-IIl to put them out of the running. # The team to do so must be sound in defence, must have a sterling half-back liue, and a clever set of forwards for till the qualities the Llandudno team possess. if' ;0- They played a class of football, on Satur- day, rarely seen in Coa&t League circles. Stallard had few really dangerous shots to deal with, but what he did have he dealt with very effectively. < Jack Henry Jones was fine at full-back. His kicking could not have been cleaner or more reliable, and his judgment was always sound. • # Ben Morris was a worthy partner to J. H. It was the first time for me to see Ben play- ing fu!M-hack, but it is evidently his posi- tion. » s He would do well, however, to le-ara to kick more with his left, as a man who uses only one foot is always handicapped. # Then, there were the half-backs. Jack Brown was full of dash, and .t pluckier man never stepped on to .a football field. < » An irreclaimable reamer. Jack is always to be found whore the fight is thickest, but for all that the wing which he has to watch never seems, to get too much rope. # Johnson and Pearson, if not quite so dash- ing, were not a whit less (reliable, and their work, though unostentatious, was valuable. The forwards were out for goals, and they got them. < < Johnnie Williams was great, his centres from the -extrem-a right being always dead along the goal line, whilst the -goal he scored in the first half, the fourth goal of the game, was the prettiest of all the six. » < Hiis .inside partner, Dan Davies, "was also 'n grand form, and the manner in which he fed Johnnie waa deii°rhtful. « Cleeve wts always a force to be reckoned with, and proved" himself to be an ideal '■pivot." Bob Davies has not shown such good form for a long time. b Little Jimmy Williams was wonderfully oeYûr in the first half, and centred time after time, but he fell off in the second half. The Rhyl men were a, far inferior side to the locals, and if the Amateurs' Committee I can keep their team together, the public should mot be surprised to see the "boys" at the top of the League table. » Wli-a-t about the dinner which had 'n pro- mised the Rhyl men if they won the match? Carnarvon are due ob Llandudno, a Sat ur- day next, to play in the Senior Cup Competi- tica. There should be a good gate, and a good game, and may the best team win.
NORTH WALES FOOTBALL LEAGUE. HOLYHEAD CLAIM COMPENSATION. REFEREES APPOINTED. A meeting- of the above League was held at the Station Hotel, Llandudno Junction, en Mcxndiay evening. Mr R. D. Richards, Bangor, presided!, and1 the repros&ntativss present wero:— Messrs II. 0, Hit-Jiangs (Carnarvon), T. F. Evans (Penunsenmawr), -D. Roberts (Llandudno Junction). P. Weekes (Holy,hc-ad), J. T. Roberts (L'au'dud'no),- T. P. Thomas (Llanrwst), N. Rogers Joneel (Llaainvai), and the Secretary (Mr E. Lloyd Williams (Bangor). A letter was read firom the Bangor University College Football Club, stating that the S.R.A. had decided: that tha kind offer of the League aaidf of Mr Dargie, could not be accepted, and the dub could not re-enter the League. The club, however, thanked Mr Dargie and the League for their gteiieroua off ere. Mr T. P. Thomas asked whether the re.>ign.a-. tion was in the nature of a protest -against the ruling of the League. The Chairman replied that. that was not mentioned in any of the correspondence. Mr P. Weekes, Holyhead, proposed that the deposit of £:3 be returned to the University Club, and Mr T. P. Thomas seconded. After some discussion, tHio motion was carried, the expenses due to the League Committee, not ineiud.ng the 10s entrance fee, being deducted. A lib 'EE'S EXPLANATION. The explanation sent by Mr J. H. Vincent as to why he did not referee- a match at Penmaen- mawr (whilst lie did referee a friendly match at Llandudno on the same day) was that his knofo had been injured, and that he had undergoing hydropathic treatment. The Hydro at L'jaindudlno was closo to the FootbaU Ground and he had been able to have his knee attended to just, before and after tho match, which oould not possibly lia -o boon. dtVIle at Penmaenmawr. It was decided to let tha matter drop. A fine oi 5s was imposed upon the Llan- dudno Club for being 45 minutes late in start- ing a game at Blaenau Fcstin og-. RESIGNATION OF BANGOR JUNIORS. A letter was read from the Bangor Juniors' Football Ci-ub Secretary, resigning, from tlw Seocaidl Division of the Leag-ue. It was pointed out that the Bangor J-uniors had fulfilled two away fixtures, namely, against Glasin- fryn and Penmaenmawr, and one home match, v. Ho'.yhsad Reserves. Anotihor letter was received1 from the Holyhead Ctub, claiming JE1 19s 2d compensation in res- pect of tihe iir ma-tdh Pt Rairgcr. Mr P. Wee k •as, 1 loly'tK-ad, pointed out that I tli.3 Holyhead Club were running. their reserve- team at a financial less. Even when they were playing their match at Bangor, the Holyhead people were informed that the points would ba of no use to them, as tho Bangor Juniors wxre resigning from the Mr T. P. Thomas pointed out that the Bangor Club might make overtures to the Holyhead Club later, on, with a view to playing another match at Holyhead. Mr II. O. Hitchings propooed that the claim of the Holyhead Club be allowed. There was no socender to the proposition, and it was ultimately dccidcd, that the matter be left over, amd1 all inform.atical sought by the next iiriee-tiu; with a view to ascertaining w'hethar any other dlubs had suffered from the resigna- tion of the Bar,gor Juniors. REFEREES. The following referee wore.-appointed for the month of December and January 2nd — Decern bar 3rd.—Bangor Rcoerve v. Pwllheli, R. Horsc-c, L'ianduulno. Blaenau Feetinio-g v. Llanrwst; R. C. Welch, Crewe. December 10th.—Blaenau Fosliniog v. Holy- head W. Williams, Deganwv. December 24th.—ISlaenau Fcstlniog-. v. Colwyn Bay; Ilcrsee, Llandudno. Carnarvon v. Bangor_ Reserve; A. C. Slate. Llandudiho. IJanberis v. Llandudno; E. Lloyd Williams. December 26t:h.-HaJi,¡jor Reserve v. Carnar- von; Yates, Chester. Holyhead v. Blaenau Festiniog; A. C. Slater, Llandudno. Tho question of thoa Llanrwst v. Colwyn Bay and Pwllhedi matches was left in the hands of th-9 Secretary, with power to arrange the mat- ter between the c",ub,. Mr C. J. Thomas, Ban- gor, WU5 appointed -referee for the Cohvyn Bay v. Llanrwst match, and -aho for the Llanrwst v. Fwllheii game. December 31st.—Carnarvon v. Holyhead; R. D. R:chards, Bangor. Llanrwst v. Llanberis; Shaw. Llandudno v. Bangor Reserves; T, Jonee, Ilohweil. January 2r:d,-Cdw.YJl Day v. Llanrwst; R. D. Rxliarcis, Bangor. SECOND DIVISION. ^December 3rd.—Glasmfryn v. Cohvyn Bay Celts; C. J- Thomas, Bangor. Menai Bridge v. Lloohid; Burkev, Holyhead. PenniaiSttinawr v. Holyhead; R 1J. -Richards. December 10th.—Llandudno Junction v. Pen- maeoimawr; < J. Thomas, Bangor. December 17th.—Glasinfryn v. Llandudlno Reserve, Burkey, Holyhead. Holyhead Ilea, v. Menai Bridge; C. J. Thomas, Bangor. December 24th.—Llechid v. Holyhead Res.: H. D. Richards, Bangor. Peiimavnmawr v. Lila-nfaLriechan; R. C. Welch. December 31st.—Llandudno Junction Reserve v. Cohvyn Day Celts: Ilersec, Llandudno. LATE START AT LLANRWST. A late start was reporfc-.d at Llanrwst, in their match with the Ilolyhead team c-n November 18th, tihe game bt'ing delayed twelve minutes because a ball had to be provided. It. was decided not to impose a fine, Mr N. Rogers Jones explaining that it was through no f,Li,tit of the oliiciah of the Llanrwst club that the ball was nat on the ground. It was resolved, en a report by Mr Vincent., that the Secretary wr:te to the Blaenau FcsiniOig club asking them to remove pieces of glass from tiie ground.
EESTINIOG BOARD OF GUARDIANS. THE DUTIES CF GUARDIANS. On Tuesday a meeting of the above Board was held at Minffio-rdd, ,and was attended by Messrs R. O. Williams (in the chair), D. F. Jones, E. J. Hughes, J. WiCli-ams, O. Evans, J. Roberts, Trawefynydd; J. Roberts, J. Pri- chard, I'al&arnau; R. Williams, R, Roberta, M. Jones, R. Richards, E. R. Owen, E. Llewelyn, R. W. Vaughan, Tegid Jones, R. Williams, G. Parry Jones, ev. J. Hughes, D. Collwyn Morgan, and T. Griffith, Mx Casson, Mr T. Roberts (olerk), and Mr D. Jones (assistant clerk). INSUBORDINATION IN THE HOUSE. The Master reported that f«i»ale inmate hid caused a great deal of trouble to matron and assistant matron, and that she escaped from the house. P.S. Davi-cs brought be; back. Q "MY FELLOW SINNERS." Recently the Board purchased a plot oi ground near the workhousa from Sir A. Osmond WiUiams, Bart., but Mr Jarrett Humphreys, who ckimed to be the holder of the plot in question, wrote that he had some- thing to say in the matter. Ho demanded the payment of compensation for disturbance and 5s .a week until that compensation had been paid. He pressed his "fellow sinners" —(laughter)—to pay .attention forthwith ta his demands. Tti3 Clerk was asked what had bcion dono wiLh the entered into between Sir Osmond Williams and the Board, and he re- plied that it had been prepared and signed, end all that. was now required was the pay- in ent of the money. It was .resoCved to pay the money. DUTIES OF GUARDIANS. Mr Robert Richards drew the attention of the Board to the duties of Guardians. Ho understood that some Guardians interfered with paupers outside the Board. This was wong. Ahad no authority to do anything as a Guardian when outside tho Board meetings. All cases should be brought forward by the relieving officers. Are wo to believe that what Mr Richard.* says is true, -and disbelieve all the edvioo us by the Local Government Boa. As for myself I shall always look after tho interest of the paupers outaide the Board meeting, and shall look int,o their affairs. The Chairman remarked that the course to he,adopted was that whenever a Guardian lie and of a case, he should refer it to the re- li-e-riii- officer. THE HOUSE. The Rev. John Hughes reported having iv- spccted the house, and stated that evervtbi.-nt* in the institution was in the most satis- factory state. An improvement in the ventilation of eon*& of tho rooms could bt effected; and also in tho bedding by pro- viding mattresses. The purchase- of" addi- tional land should be completed as soon a.s posr-ib'e in order to ensure work for the able- bodied males Ül thc, report wa-, referred to the House Committee. L PAUPER S BIRTH CERTIFICATES. Rev. D. Collwyn Morgan asked who -.Yeri to pay for birth certificates to enable ag&l paupers to apply for old age pensions? ° The Chairman The- question was before uj 011 a previous occasion. Mr -an -asked, the Clerk wht. he in- tended doing as -he was ,the superint-endenj registrar. The Clerk: The fees are a pa.rt of my salary. Mr Te-gid Jones: At D-olgeliey the Pension Committee do not require birth ct-rtificates. They taketh-e -evidence of persons who knou the paupers. The Clerk That is a m.att,ar for the pension officers, VARIOUS. A communication was r-ead ;in regard to the change in the data on which local ejection:* are to take place next year, in consequence of -the census.—The Rev. John Hughes pro- posed that duplicate copies of the agenda should be supplied to the Guardians. He believed that such advance copies would enable the Guardiaas to study the questiojw that came before them.—The Cl-erk said that such duplicates, if prepared on Saturday and posted on that day to the Guardians could 'not contain all the subjects that were to be considered, as eome questions would crop up in the interval before, the meeting.—After a short discussion the proposal was lost by a. majority.—Mr Richards wished to know how boots were provided for the paupers. A very largo sum of money, he said, was spent oc boots. — The-Relieving Officers stated thai they theme-elves bought the boots or gav4 tickets to the paupers to buy them.
According to statistics published by the Swiss newspapers, the number of climbers killed in the Swiss and Italian Alps from October 31, 1909, to Oatober 31, 1910, was ninety, wbilc eighty other clkmbera wore seriously injured. The seventeenth brigade Of the Paris Ciij Police has demanded leave to organise a epaemt funeral for tihe police dog Leo, which waa sfcot by anc Apache..
LLANDUDNO JUNCTION: J. Davies; W. E. Jones, O. ELlis; R. E. Jones, R. W. Roberts, E. Jones; W. E. Gr.filths, Lunt, Hughes, J. R. Jones and Sam Parry. The homesters won the toas, and played for the village goal minus three of their players. At first the Junction pressed, but. the homesters drove theim back. The Berries now mono- poiidsed the piiy. They were, however, very unlucky not to score. They forced corner after corner—all of them proving abortive. The Junction indulged in spasmodic shctts, and were granted a penalty, for what offenct, iuo one but the rei-eroo knew. Hughes converted the kick. The Berries again got aM the p.Lay, but were parfciaularly unfortunate in not moaning with success. O. Morris missed his kick, and again the visitors scored. Caradog Jones, the new goalkccer, made some fine clearances, and it is apparent that he will make a fine goal- keeper. The interval arrived with the score reading: Ju-ic-ti,on 2. TJanberis 0. The ga.me in the second half was very fast throughout. Llanberis doing all the pressing. The visitors added three more points to their score and the homesters scored four points. The it was understood, felt dissatisfied with some of the referee's decisions. Final Llandudno Junction 5, LLanberis 4.