1901–02 Welsh Amateur Cup

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1901-02 Welsh Amateur Cup
Country Wales
Defending champions Wrexham Victoria
Champions Wrexham Victoria
Runners-up Machynlleth Town

The 1901–02 Welsh Amateur Cup was the twelfth season of the Welsh Amateur Cup, the cup was won by Wrexham Victoria who defeated Machynlleth Town 1-0 in the final, at Oswestry.

First Round[1][edit]

Home Team Result Away Team Remarks
Bangor Reserves Holyhead Swifts
Llanrwst Bye
Flint Rhyl Church Guild
Holywell Rhyl Reserves
Ruabon Albion Wrexham Victoria Both appear in next round draw.
Adwy Victoria 3-1[2] Shotton Rangers Shotton progressed after protest.
Broughton United Mynydd Isa
Druids Reserves Wrexham St Giles
Rhosrobin Royal Welsh Depot
England St. Martins Chirk Reserve
Pentre (Newbridge) England Oswestry Reserve
England Ellesmere Town Llanfyllin
England Whittington Bye
Dolgelley 5-3 Corwen Dolgelley disqualified from first match, Corwen won replay 2-1.[3]
Bala Press Bye
England Broseley Albion England Shrewsbury Railway Officials
Machynlleth Newtown Excelsior
England Singleton & Cole's Llandinam
Newtown United 4-2[4] England Shrewsbury Barrack Rovers

Second Round[5][edit]

Home Team Result Away Team Remarks
Holyhead Swifts Llanrwst
Flint Rhyl Reserves
Rhosrobin 0-1 Druids Reserves
Shotton Rangers Broughton United
Ruabon Albion Bye
Wrexham Victoria Bye
England Ellesmere Town Chirk Reserve
England Oswestry Reserve England Whittington Oswestry won replay 3-1.[6]
Corwen 0-6[7] Bala Press
England Singleton & Cole's England Broseley Albion
Newtown United Machynlleth

Third Round[8][edit]

Home Team Result Away Team Remarks
Flint Wrexham Victoria
Druids Reserve 3-2[9] England Oswestry Reserve
Everyone else received a Bye

Fourth Round[8][edit]

Home Team Result Away Team Remarks
Chirk Reserve 1-7[10] Wrexham Victoria
Holyhead Swifts 1-2[10] England Singleton & Cole's
Bala Press 1-2[11] Machynlleth
Broughton United Reserve Druids Reserve

Semi Final[edit]

Result Venue
Machynlleth 3-2[12][13] England Singleton & Cole's R.W.W. Recreation Ground, Newtown
Wrexham Victoria 1-0 Broughton United Reserve Ruabon

Final[14][edit]

Winner Result Runner Up Venue
Wrexham Victoria 1-0 Machynlleth Town England Cricket Field, Oswestry
Wrexham Victoria 1-0 Machynlleth Town
H Edwards
Cricket Field, Oswestry
Referee: R T Gough, Oswestry
Wrexham Victoria
Machynlleth Town

References[edit]

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