Vale of Clwyd and Conwy League: Ryan Lewis hits hat-trick as Llanfairfechan make big statement, Rhuddlan edge win
Llanfairfechan produced a tremendous display against Llansannan

Vale of Clwyd and Conwy League

Llanfairfechan Town proved they are capable of competing with the Premier Division front-runners this season after a highly impressive 4-0 home win over Llansannan.

Ryan Lewis notched a hat-trick for the home side and Harry Croston added a single.

Rhuddlan Town remain top of the table and undefeated after a hard-fought 4-3 victory at Bro Cernyw.

Town started strongly with a well-taken goal from Jay Whitehouse soon followed by a good finish from Connor Bucknall.

Bro pulled a goal back before half time through Ianto Roberts via a well-worked move.

Wayne Hughes’ Rhuddlan side came out flying for the second period with goals from Matty Rees and a good header by Jordan Bellham, but Bro battled back to score through John Gardner and Colin Roberts (pen) and Town were glad to hold on for the points.

Jack Gizzi, James Lloyd and Jack Hoult (2) guided Abergele to a 4-2 success against Y Glannau, Adam Hull and Ryan Jones replying.

Elis Roberts, Gruff Edwards and Tirion Griffiths found the net for Cerrigydrudion in a 3-1 outcome at Rhos United, Lewis Sealey with a late consolation.

In Division One, Llysfaen came out on top 6-4 in a 10-goal thriller at Rhyl All Stars.

Jonathan Jones, Reece Kearney, Sean Sheridan (2), Joshua Williams and Alec Jones shared the away goals, Simon Roberts (2), Craig Brophy and Ricky Roberts replying for the home team.

Joel Rowlands scored all four for Denbigh Development in their 4-4 split with Penrhyn Bay Dragons, Scott Kearney (2), Morgan Groom and Solomon Dickens making up the away total.

Mark Kelly (pen) and Lee Fallas netted for Llandudno Amateurs Reserves in a 2-0 triumph over Llanfairfechan Reserves, while Betws-y-Coed pipped Henllan 2-1, Ellis Payne-Evans and Dan Spruce with a 90th minute decider for the hosts, Sion Williams having struck first for the visitors.

Machno United v NFA was postponed as no referee was available.

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