Tuesday night football: Jake Walker hat-trick ensures Denbigh Town top Welsh Alliance
Mark Connolly (stripes) in action for Holywell against Brymbo. Picture: Lee Paul Douglas

Welsh Alliance League

Denbigh Town lead Division One after a 3-1 result at Llanrwst United made it four straight wins for Dewi Llion’s side.

The in-form Jake Walker was the hero for the visitors, scoring all three goals, two in the first half and another in the second, with the Rwsters replying from a penalty rebound.

Holyhead Hotspur completed a third win on the bounce with a ruthless 4-0 away demolition of Llanberis.

Robert Jones bagged a hat-trick for Darren Garmey’s side, with Dewi Thomas also on the mark. Holyhead have won their opening three matches 9-2, 5-1 and now 4-0.

Penrhyndeudraeth upset the form book with a commendable 3-1 triumph at Blaenau Amateurs.

Meilir Williams put the Quarrymen ahead, but Richard Jones levelled before half time.

Jones made it 2-1 two minutes into the second stanza and Steven Jones added a third after 49.

Greenfield versus St Asaph City ended 2-2, Sam Jones and Danny Calvert for the home team, Mikey Hargrave and Liam Grayson for Saints.

In Division Two, Ciran Jones, Elgan Roberts and Rhys Johnson found the net for Llannefydd in a 3-1 beating of Mochdre Sports, Cai Davies replying.

A goal from Dafydd Gwyn was not enough to save Pwllheli from a 2-1 home loss against Barmouth and Dyffryn, while Kinmel Bay took the spoils 4-2 at Llandudno Junction, Anthony Colquitt, Nyal Hughes, Ashley Wood and an own goal making up the winners’ tally.

Frankie Arkwright notched the only goal as Colwyn Bay nicked a 1-0 victory at Kinmel Bay in the Reserves Division.

Andy Thomas and Josh Griffiths struck for Denbigh Town in a 2-2 draw at St Asaph City.

Welsh National League

In the Premier Division, Penycae defeated Plas Madoc 3-1 in a match which stood 0-0 until the final 10 minutes when it all started happening.

Conner Kendrick put away penalty on 81 before Nicky Williams plundered an 88th minute equaliser from the spot.

However, there was a dramatic ending as Jack Edwards fired one in off a post and Kendrick scored again to ensure it finished 3-1.

Plas, who were somewhat unlucky losers, had two players sent off, while Penycae finished up with 10 men.

Holywell Town began their campaign with a 0-0 home draw against Brymbo, both sides having chances but unable to take them.

Division One action saw Llangollen Town hammered Johnstown YFC 9-1, Ben Realey 2, Kristian Jones 2, Cody Silvester 2, Cam Evans, Dan Weir and Joe Morris sharing the glut of goals.

Jason Williams, Nathan Evans and Callum Smith were on target for Rhosllanerchrugog in their 3-1 victory against Overton.

Matty Thomas scored from a free kick, but saw his last-gasp penalty brilliantly saved by Mike Fleetwood as Coedpoeth United had to settle for a 1-1 draw with Mynydd Isa Spartans.

Jordan Walker fired home a screamer for Spartans.

Cefn Mawr Rangers saw off Lex 4-2, Lewis Jones and Chris Roberts with two apiece for the winners.

Jake Jones and Leon Sumner grabbed the all-important goals which earned Mold Alexandra a 2-1 decision at Brickfield Rangers in the Reserves Division, Max Northall responding.

Chris Owens nabbed both for Llay Welfare in their 2-1 success over Hawarden Rangers, the winner coming via a bullet header.

Quickfire goals from Will Ray and Jacob Barratt enabled Connah’s Quay Nomads Under-18s to turn a 1-0 deficit into a 2-1 victory at Airbus in the Reserves and Colts Division.

Darnell Prescott (3) and Gareth Hatton secured Cefn Albion a 4-2 result at Llay Welfare, Daz Parry and Adam Kendrick for the home side.

North East Wales League

Caerwys pulled off a fine win at Sychdyn. Picture: Caerwys FC Facebook page


A Tom Cumming header on the stroke of half time was enough to seal Caerwys a 1-0 win at Sychdyn in a super derby between two teams expected to perform well in the league this campaign.

Anglesey League

Bodorgan upset the odds with a 5-1 romp at previously undefeated Holyhead Hotspur Reserves.

Aaron Jones (2), Luke Winter (2) and Connor Rees were the visitors’ goal-getting heroes, Phil Jones with Hotspur’s sole response.

Mountain Rangers and Cefni shared a 3-3 draw, the hosts coming back from 3-1 down to salvage a point.

Mark Thomas and Macauley Lewis (2) were the away marksmen, Declyn Williams (2) and Simon Kay with a late penalty for Alex Philip’s team.

Results – Tuesday, August 20

Lock Stock Welsh Alliance League
Division One: Blaenau Amateurs 1 Penrhyndeudraeth 3, Greenfield 2 St Asaph City 2, Llanberis 0 Holyhead Hotspur 4, Llanrwst United 1 Denbigh Town 3.
Division Two: Llandudno Junction 2 Kinmel Bay 4, Llannefydd 3 Mochdre Sports 1, Pwllheli 1 Barmouth & Dyffryn 2.
Reserves Division: Kinmel Bay 0 Colwyn Bay 1, St Asaph City 2 Denbigh Town 2.

Guy Walmsley Welsh National League
Premier Division: Holywell Town 0 Brymbo 0, Penycae 3 Plas Madoc 1.
Division One: Cefn Mawr Rangers 4 Lex XI 2, Coedpoeth United 1 Mynydd Isa Spartans 1, Llangollen Town 9 Johnstown YFC 1, Rhosllanerchrugog 3 Overton 1.
Reserves Division: Brickfield Rangers 1 Mold Alexandra 2, Llay Welfare 2 Hawarden Rangers 1.
Reserves & Colts: Airbus 1 Connah’s Quay Nomads 2, Llay Welfare Colts 2 Cefn Albion 4.

Top Mark Uniforms North East Wales League
Sychdyn 0 Caerwys 1.
Veterans Division One: Mynydd Isa Spartans Vets 1 Lex Vets 4.

Lucas Oil Anglesey League

Holyhead Hotspur Res 1 Bodorgan 5, Mountain Rangers 3 Cefni 3.

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