Anglesey League to Welsh Cup: Scores as bad weather halts several matches

PICTURE by Wynne Evans shows the state of Bryngwran Bulls’ Cae Ysgol pitch on Saturday afternoon.


Bryngwran Bulls P-P Valley

Cemaes Bay P-P Caergybi

Llandegfan P-P Arriva Bangor

Llanfairpwll 6-0 Pentraeth Reserves

The home side leapfrogged their opponents into ninth place in the table by picking up their third win of the season with a stunning performance.

Llanfair turned on the style and raced into a 2-0 lead in terrible weather conditions thanks to goal from Jamie Roberts and Jac Davies. Pentraeth failed to get going in this one and it wasn’t long before things got from bad to much, much worse in the second half.

Sion Emlyn Davies, who returned to the club from Bryngwran Bulls two weeks ago, made it 3-0 before Aaron Hughes made it 4-0.

The game was well and truly over when Ryan Evans scored a fifth with a great free-kick and Jamie Roberts added his second of the game (with his back!) late on for 6-0.

A fantastic win for Llan then who are beginning to look like a rejuvenated team. Pentraeth’s slump in form however has seen them leak 10 goals in their last 2 games and they’ll be looking for a turnaround in fortunes sooner rather than later.


Cefni 3-1 Holyhead Hotspur Reserves


In the only other Anglesey League game of the weekend, Peter Twigg’s side maintained their brilliant run of form and moved up to fourth thanks to a determined victory over Hotspur Reserves.

As always, Cefni’s defence was the focal point of their win, with Grahame “Squeeze” Jones (right) being influential at the back – just as he was in their 4-0 win over Pentraeth Reserves last Saturday.

This time around though, he found his name on the scoresheet too – alongside midfielder Ben Wright and left back Gary Winnard who scored his second goal in as many games. Youngster Casey Gregg had netted for Hotspur but it was the home side who claimed the three points.

AL TOP SCORERS as it stands:

Craig Moore (Bryngwran Bulls) – 36 goals

James Ryan (Caergybi) – 34 goals

Scott Hughes (Arriva Bangor) – 31 goals

Ryan Rowlands (Cemaes Bay) – 19 goals

Mike Williams (Valley) & Luke Allaway (Bodorgan) – 13 goals



Menai Bridge Tigers P-P Waunfawr

Bontnewydd P-P Mynydd Tigers

Glantraeth 3-2 Llangoed


Bob Owen Memorial Shield (Round Two)

Nefyn United 2-4 Gwalchmai


Meditel Cup (Round Two)

Talysarn Celts 2-3 Bro Goronwy


GL TOP SCORERS as it stands:

Redmond is leading the way in the Gwynedd League. PIC: Wynne Evans.

Dean Redmond (Menai Tigers) – 21 goals

Andy Clarke (Glantraeth) – 15 goals

Carwyn Williams (Llangoed) – 13 goals

Mark Griffith (Gwlachmai) – 10 goals

Craig Evans (Gwalchmai) – 9 goals



Blaenau Amateurs 1-1 Pwllheli

Glan Conwy 10-2 Aberffraw

Holyhead Town 1-0 Mochdre Sports



Llanrwst United P-P St. Asaph City

Bodedern Athletic 3-2 Nantlle Vale

Llanberis 2-2 Llandudno Albion

Llandyrnog United 0-1 Llandudno Junction

Llanrug United 4-4 Greenfield

Mynydd Llandygai 1-5 Penrhyndeudraeth

Prestatyn Sports 1-0 Barmouth and Dyffryn


WELSH CUP (North Wales teams only)

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Congrats to Llangefni on the giant-killing!

Airbus UK Broughton 1-1 Porthmadog (4-2 on pens)

Bangor City 4-1 Holyhead Hotspur

Briton Ferry 2-3 Llandudno

Denbigh Town 1-2 Cambrian and Clydach Vale

Guislfield 2-4 Connah’s Quay Nomads

Llangefni Town 1-0 Llanelli Town

Newtown 1-2 Rhyl

Ynysddu Welfare 1-3 Cefn Druids

Flint Town United 0-1 Bala Town



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