Vale of Clwyd and Conwy League: Bellham hits four in gr-eight Rhuddlan show
Rhuddlan Town still lead the way in the Premier Division

Jordan Bellham hit four goals as Rhuddlan Town stormed to an 8-3 victory over Y Glannau in the Salisbury & Co (St Asaph) Vale of Clwyd and Conwy League Premier Division.

Nathan Smith, Ian Davenport, Connor Bucknall and Mathew Beach were also on target for Wayne Hughes’ top of the table side, Chris Kelly (2) and Curtis Hellon replying.

Llansannan swept aside Llandudno Athletic 5-1, Liam Jones, Elis Vaughan, Jac Glover, Leon Gierke and Ifan Jones all on the scoresheet for Tom Lewis’ men, Lee Stokes the sole away net-finder.

Gary Fazackerley (pen), Dan Price and Ste Kirk (pen) led Llanelwy Athletic to their first win in the Premier Division, a 3-0 success against Rhos United.

Tirion Griffiths scored the only goal as Cerrigydrudion pipped Bro Cernyw 1-0.

After the referee failed to show and following a 25-minute wait, a young lady named Catrin Jones from Bala agreed to officiate and did a great job. She holds a junior level refereeing qualification.

Meliden and Abergele shared the honours 1-1. Chris Davies put Gele in front, but Adam White equalised.

NFA maintained their 100% record in Division One with a 5-3 beating of Penrhyn Bay Dragons.

Mathew Robinson, Paul Jones, Daniel Williams, Jordan Taylor and Nathan Griffiths struck for the leaders, Eben van der Schyff, Solomon Dickens and Ryan Boddis responding.

The Croston brothers netted seven goals between them in Llanfairfechan Town Reserves’ 8-0 drubbing of Rhyl All Stars.

Elliot and Harry both registered hat-tricks, Thomas added a single and Si Alex Owens also found the net.

Alec Thomas (2, 1 pen) and Liam Davies led Henllan to a 3-1 triumph against Machno United, while Llysfaen versus Llandudno Amateurs Reserves ended 2-2.
Alec Jones and Nathan Russell were the Llysfaen marksmen, Sean Sharp and Aiden Bell for the visitors.

Jo Owen and Matt Latham struck for Betws-y-Coed in a 2-1 victory over Denbigh Development, Josh Jones hitting back.

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