He makes keepers watch the goals go by almost every week.
If no-one gets that quip, Paul Scholes will at least. It’s not the first time I’ve used it!
Andy Williams of Cemaes Bay is the new leader of the 2019-20 Bob Brodie Trophy table.
Andy’s five-goal salvo at the weekend put him on 15 goals for the season, one ahead of Asa Thomas, who was on the mark yet again for Holyhead Town to make it 14 in eight matches for the prolific hitman.
Bob Brodie Trophy standings
(up to and including Sep 21, 2019)
15 – Andy Williams (Cemaes Bay)
14 – Asa Thomas (Holyhead Town)
12 – Jac Thomas (Bro Goronwy), Ryan Rowlands (Amlwch Town)
11 – Steve Whittaker (Cemaes Bay), Casey Boylan (CPD Y Fali)
10 – Gary Jo Owen (Holyhead Town), Gwynfor Owen (Trearddur Bay Bulls)
9 – Robert Jones (Holyhead Hotspur), Dean Redmond (Bodedern Athletic)
8 – Tom Hadley (Trearddur Bay Bulls), Chris Jones (Holyhead Hotspur)
7 – Keenan Downey (Cemaes Bay)
6 – Corey Sinnott (Gwalchmai), Justin Williams (Trearddur Bay Bulls), Callum Davidson (Menai Bridge Tigers), James Ryan (Caergybi), Jerome Sillence (Valley), Aaron Jones (Bodorgan)
5 – Iwan Williams (Gaerwen), Llion Jones (Gaerwen), Mark Jones (Gwalchmai), Dafydd Healy (Menai Bridge Tigers), Cian Evans (Glantraeth), Todd Cusick (Cemaes Bay), Tudur Williams (Valley), Tom Zalot (Llanfairpwll), Luke Allaway (Bodorgan Juniors)
2018/19 James Ryan (Caergybi – Anglesey League) 72
2017/18 Gary Jo Owen (Caergybi – Anglesey League) 58
2016/17 Corrig McGonigle (Glantraeth – Welsh Alliance) 59
2015/16: Corrig McGonigle (Pentraeth – Welsh Alliance) 64
2014/15: Steven Whittaker (Cemaes Bay – Anglesey League) 42
2013/14: Gary Jo Owen (Morawelon – Anglesey League) 57
2012/13: Lance Williams (Menai Bridge Tigers – Anglesey League) 62
2011/12: Mel McGinness (Holyhead Hotspur – Welsh Alliance) 50
Average winning goals total per season = 58