AFE's FIFA 20 Xbox Tournament: How it all unfolded

PICTURE shows Nathaniel Evans’ 14-0 win over Haydn Dean – the biggest of the tournament.

DESPERATE times, call for desperate measures.

And so, when the real football came to a halt, many of us decided it was time to take matters into our own hands. As for me, I thought it was a good time to give gamers of Anglesey and beyond a chance to prove how good they are (and give the stream viewers some football to watch too!)

It was time for clubs from all over North Wales to step up and prove their worth and thus, the AFE FIFA 20 Xbox Tournament was born. 32 teams, four days of action, and of course only one winner. This is how it all unfolded …

ROUND OF 32 (Friday, March 20/Saturday, March 21)

Tom Hughes (Llanfairpwll) 2
AFE (On behalf of the blog) 3
(After 2-2 draw in first match)

Danny Camilleri (Arriva Bangor) 2
Ryan Evans (Llanfairpwll U18’s) 1

Rhys Elis Jones (Arriva Bangor) 3
Tomos Glyn Owen (Llandegfan) 4

George Lewis (Llangoed) 1
Scott Murrell (For the referees) 2

Nathaniel Evans (Llangoed) 14
Haydn Dean (Glantraeth) 0

Cian Williams (Bangor 1876) 2
Charlie Diamond (Holyhead Town) 4
(After 2-2 draw in first match)

Sion Bullock (Ogwen Tigers) 4
Ioan Jones (Nefyn United) 0*
*FORFEIT after 60mins*

Andrew Lee (Mountain Rangers) 1
Cian Lewis-Davies (Pentraeth) 0

Tom Mahoney (Nantlle Vale) 2
Jack Walsh (Llangoed) 6

Adrian Roberts (Ogwen Tigers) 0
Huw Griffith (Glantraeth) 4

Dylan Mackie (Caerwys) 8
Chris Davies (Cefni) 0

Jay Beck (Caergybi) 7
Dion Lewis (Menai Tigers) 1

Asa Thomas (Holyhead Town) 3
Ashley Jones (Bodorgan) 2

Jason Williams (Gaerwen Juniors) 0
Rui Silva (Bro Goronwy) 3

Alex Clarke (Llandegfan) 0
Harri Jones (Llanerchymedd) 3

Jordie Murphy (Llangefni Town) 3
Sam Jones (Caernarfon Town) 4
(After two 1-1 draws)

ROUND OF 16 (Saturday, March 21/Sunday March 22)

Jay Beck 3

Danny Camilleri 4
Dylan Mackie 5

Nathaniel Evans 1
Asa Thomas 2

Sion Bullock 6
Scott Murrell 0

Charlie Diamond 0
Andrew Lee 2
(After 1-1 draw in first match)

Sam Jones 1
Jack Walsh 4

Huw Griffith 1
Rui Silva 3

Tomos Glyn Owen 3
Harri Jones 2

QUARTER FINALS (Sunday, March 22)

Andrew Lee 3
Sion Bullock 6

Dylan Mackie 1
Rui Silva 0

Asa Thomas 2
Jay Beck 3

Jack Walsh 1
Tomos Glyn Owen 2

SEMI FINALS (Monday, March 23)

Jay Beck 4
Dylan Mackie 1

Sion Bullock 4
Tomos Glyn Owen 2


Dylan Mackie 4
Tomos Glyn Owen 2


Jay Beck 3
Sion Bullock 2



Champion – Jay Beck (Caergybi)
Runner-up – Sion Bullock (Ogwen Tigers)
Third place – Dylan Mackie (Caerwys)
Fourth – Tomos Glyn Owen (Llandegfan)


Adrian Roberts – Leicester
AFE -Olympiakos
Alex Clarke – Eintracht Frankfurt
Andrew Lee – AC Milan
Asa Thomas – Newcastle United
Ashley Jones – Everton
Charlie Diamond – Monaco
Chris Davies – Real Sociedad
Cian Lewis-Davies – Mexico
Cian Williams – Lille
Danny Camilleri – Sporting Lisbon
Dion Lewis – West Ham United
Dylan Mackie – Colombia
George Lewis – Bayer Leverkusen
Harri Jones – Poland
Haydn Dean – Salford
Huw Griffith – Galatasaray
Ioan Jones – Celtic
Jack Walsh – PSV Eindhoven
Jason Williams – Shakhtar Donetsk
Jay Beck – Aston Villa
Jordie Murphy – Crystal Palace
Nathaniel Evans – Olympique Lyon
Rhys Elis Jones – Red Bull Salzburg
Rui Silva – Wolves
Ryan Evans – Denmark
Sam Jones – Watford
Scott Murrell – Austria
Sion Bullock – Real Betis
Tomos Glyn – Norway
Tom Hughes – Wales
Tom Mahoney – Switzerland

NO LESS THAN 181 goals scored (including replay matches).

Thanks to all those who took part in this inaugural competition and congratulations to Jay Beck on becoming the first ever champion. Also a big thanks to anyone who watched the games live on the Mixer links.

Hope it entertained you all for a little while!


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