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North Wales football round-up: Bangor City romp to a 9-0 victory over Llanrhaeadr YM

North Wales football round-up: Bangor City romp to a 9-0 victory over Llanrhaeadr YM 0 JS167429010

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Huws Gray Alliance

Alex Darlington struck four times for a rampant Bangor City side which romped to a 9-0 home victory over Llanrhaeadr YM in the Huws Gray Alliance.

Marc Williams added a double, while also on target were Jacob Farleigh, Robbie Parry and Jordan Piggott.

Leaders Airbus made it a dozen straight wins since the start of the season as they saw off Denbigh Town 2-0 at the Hollingsworth Group Stadium.

Asa Hamilton struck at the double for the Wingmakers, who are 12 points clear at the pinnacle.

Rhyl nudged into fifth spot with a superb 5-2 triumph at Buckley Town.

Lilywhites keeper Jon Hill-Dunt produced a couple of fine stops before the visitors took an 18th minute lead through Mike Pritchard.

Cai Owen earned Rhyl a second goal when his great run was only halted by a foul from Bucks keeper Joe Makaruk and a penalty was awarded which Kristian Pierce converted in the 27th minute.

Kieron Moore halved the deficit before the break..

With the wind in Rhyl’s favour in the second half they used the conditions to good effect.

Matthew Cook picked up the ball just inside the Buckley half and left several opponents standing before applying a low finish past Makaruk.

The Lilies went 4-1 up in the 80th minute. Matthew Worrall picked up the ball just inside the box and his neat control and turn left led to a crisp finish.

In added time, Aron Williams ran down the Buckley left, evading a rash challenge from Cai Owen which earned him a booking, and the home player then beat Ben Nash before his low shot evaded Hill-Dunt.

However, Rhyl fittingly had the last word through Cook’s low strike.



Corrig McGonigle (light blue) in action for Conwy against Penrhyncoch

Sixteen-year-old Jake Hampson’s injury time wonder strike secured Flint Town United a 3-2 verdict at Prestatyn Town.

Flint took an early lead through a Richie Foulkes penalty before Dan Roberts levelled.

Foulkes added a second for the visitors, who then had Frankie Antoine sent off before the break.

Danny Davies made it all-square on 65 minutes, then Ian Griffiths had a chance to edge the hosts in front from a penalty but Aaron Jones saved his kick.

Then came that heartbreaking ending for Prestatyn as Hampson clinched it.

Goals in the last 18 minutes from Iwan Lewis and Shaun Cavanagh sealed Porthmadog a 2-0 result at Guilsfield, Steve Lewis and Shaun Tuck booked Holywell Town a 2-0 verdict at Holyhead Hotspur, while Gwion Owen and Tom Mann secured Ruthin Town a 2-0 decision against Gresford Athletic.

Corrig McGonigle’s double ensured Conwy Borough recovered from two-down to draw 2-2 with Penrhyncoch.

Welsh Alliance



North Wales football round-up: Bangor City romp to a 9-0 victory over Llanrhaeadr YM
Llandudno Albion’s Lee Thomas (red) takes on Nantlle Vale

Holyhead Town upset higher level opposition in beating Penrhyndeudraeth 2-1 to reach the next round of the Mawddach Challenge Cup.

Gary Jo Owen and Tom Roberts struck for the Welsh Alliance Division Two side against their Division One hosts.

Leon Doran (2) and Callum Parry earned Llanrwst United a 3-1 result at Llandudno Junction, Lee Thomas (2) and Adam Hold ensuring Llandudno Albion saw off Nantlle Vale 3-2.

Doubles apiece from Kai Davies and Josh Grimshaw helped Mochdre Sports get past Meliden 5-3, while Andy Barker and Jamie Whitmore bagged braces in Mynydd Llandegai’s 7-3 beating of Amlwch Town.

Liam Morris’ pair starred in Llangefni Town’s 3-1 conquering of Llanberis and there was a great win for Division Two Penmaenmawr over Greenfield of Division One, Alfie Caldecott, Dan Williams and Benn Lundstram on the mark in a 3-1 success.

Duncan Midgley and Jonathan Terry made sure St Asaph progressed 2-1 at the expense of Gaerwen and Pentraeth pipped Y Felinheli 2-1 in extra time, Rhys Roberts and Luke Owen with the vital goals.

In Division One, a Llandyrnog United side beaten 6-0 by Bodedern in the FAW Trophy seven days earlier turned the tables to defeat the same opposition 1-0 in the league, Sion Davies with the decider.

Best of the Rest

Ben Kearney and Ryan Clarke were both on target twice as Brymbo whipped Hawarden Rangers 6-2 in the Welsh National League Premier Division Cup.

Connor Kendrick delivered a double as Cefn Albion also advanced to the semis with a 2-1 triumph at Chirk AAA.

Iwan Rogers, Lee Jones and an own goal ensured Mold Alexandra were superb 3-0 winners at Corwen and the other team into the last four is FC Nomads, 3-1 victors at Brickfield Rangers thanks to Gary McConnell, Mamudo Dabo and Ross Sumner.

Llansannan remain eight points clear at the Vale of Clwyd and Conwy League Premier Division summit following a 2-1 decision at Rhuddlan Town, Geraint Jones and Adam Gage with the away goals.

Osian Roberts grabbed a hat-trick as second-place Bro Cernyw thrashed Llanfairfechan Town 6-2.

The returning Craig Evans notched a treble in Gwalchmai’s 5-2 victory at Llanystumdwy in the Gwynedd League, while Dewi Thomas hit three in Caergybi’s 9-1 drubbing of Pentraeth Reserves in the Anglesey League Benllech Car Boot Trophy.

In the match of the day in the North East Wales League Presidents Cup, Flint Mountain pipped Acton 2-1 thanks to goals from Jack Aitken and Jimmy McGlone.


Source : DailyPost

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