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North Wales football leagues round-up (Oct 19)

Andy Owens celebrates a goal for Airbus in their 2-0 win over Newtown. Picture: Matthew Jones @mattjimages

Cymru Premier League

Connah’s Quay Nomads grabbed top spot after an added time own goal from Bradley Woolridge secured a 1-0 victory at Cardiff Metropolitan.
Airbus UK Broughton picked up a vital three points after an Andrew Owens double sealed a 2-0 home win over Newtown.
Bala Town led overnight leaders Barry Town United through a 19th minute Henry Jones strike, but Keyon Reffell levelled on the stroke of half time and it ended 1-1.
Champions The New Saints edged a 3-2 verdict at Penybont, Kurtis Byrne with an 87th minute winner following earlier goals from Greg Draper and Dean Ebbe, Dan Griffiths and Kane Owen (penalty) responding for the hosts.
On Friday night, Carmarthen Town and Aberystwyth Town played out a 0-0 draw, while Cefn Druids came from behind to defeat Caernarfon Town 3-1 at The Rock.
Jamie Breese handed the Canaries a half-time lead, but Alec Mudimu (pen) and a James Davies double turned the tables.

Welsh Alliance League

Bodedern Athletic made it back-to-back successes on the road with a 4-2 result at Llandyrnog United in Division One.
Aidan Clark (2), Casey Boylan and Eric Leach shared the away goals, Dan Lewis and Craig Jones replying.
Llanrwst United fought back from two-down to force a 2-2 draw at Glan Conwy.
Jamie Jones and Conor Davies put the hosts in command before Tom Jones and Chris Nicolson hit back.
Llandudno Albion also lost a two-goal lead as they had to settle for a 2-2 at home to Mynydd Llandegai.
Adam Hold and Dan Roberts both struck for Albion in the first half, Osian Jones and Joshua Owen responding after the break to secure a point.
Penrhyndeudraeth and St Asaph City shared a 3-3 draw, Steve Jones, Iwan Thomas and Tom Smith for the hosts, Corey Brewerton (2) and Tom McDougall procuring a point for Saints.
Just one of the five scheduled matches in Division Two went ahead.
Penmaenmawr Phoenix edged a 1-0 decision over Mochdre Sports, Aaron Keating with the 85th minute decider.
St Asaph City whipped Penmaenmawr 5-0 in the Reserves Division, Charley Smith, Tom Kingsland (2), Jamie Jones and Charlie Lyons all on the mark.

Welsh National League

Cefn Albion finally showed the sort of form they are capable of as they thrashed second-place Rhostyllen 4-1 away in the Premier Division.
Jordan Jones, Alex Williams, Danny Holland and Nic Jones split the goals for the visitors, Tom Douglas with the sole home net-finder.
Dave Prysor, Oli Crimp and Tom Watkin hit the target for Llanuwchllyn in an impressive 3-0 away triumph at Llay Welfare.
James Rumsey scored twice in Rhos Aelwyd’s 2-1 victory at Castell Alun Colts.
In Division One, Llangollen went top of the standings on goal difference with a 9-3 hammering of Rhosllanerchrugog.
The visitors’ cause was not helped by their goalkeeper getting sent off in the 70th minute.
Stepping up from the reserves, Joe Morris made the most of his chance by scoring four, Dan Weir and Jack Goulbourne notched two each and Chad Humphreys was also on the mark.
New Brighton Villa caned Johnstown YFC 5-0, Liam Davies with a hat-trick.

Vale of Clwyd and Conwy League

Llandudno Athletic and Bro Cernyw played out a hard-fought 0-0 draw in the Premier Division.
Athletic hit the bar from an open goal situation, while for Bro, centre-half Sion Jones chased and retrieved a ball near the corner-flag touchline, crossed into the box and the net was found, but the goal was chalked off. The official deemed the ball had crossed the touchline prior to the assist.
Near the end, Bro striker Carwyn McFadden received a nasty gash following a head clash and had to be escorted to the local A and E to receive stitches for a deep wound, but was released later.
Llanelwy Athletic nabbed a 4-3 win at Cerrigydrudion, Luke Stanley, Matthew Lewis (2) and Ste Kirk for the visitors, Gethin Jones, Dyfed Baldry and Nidian Jones running the hosts close.
In the President’s Cup first round, Meliden celebrated an upset 4-2 win at Rhuddlan Town, Liam Hughes, Corey Beeson, Jake Hughes and Luke Eidon with a goal apiece, Connor Bucknall bagging both for the hosts.
Llandudno Amateurs Reserves blitzed Henllan 7-3, Joel Massam, Paul Vinall, James Kane (2), Aiden Bell (2) and Martin Byast sending the home side through, Dylan Ford and Craig Taylor (2) replying.
Machno United won 2-1 at Denbigh Development, Harry Kirkham and Dion Lloyd the away goal-getters, Owen Heath for the home side, and it ended 3-2 to Llysfaen against Rhos United, Alex Jones, Reece Kearney and Henry Taylor for Emlyn Robert Jones’ winning side, Femi Allison and Lewis Sealey keeping the visitors in the contest.
Postponed – Premier: Llanfairfechan Town v Abergele; Division One: Betws-y-Coed v Penrhyn Bay Dragons, NFA v Rhyl All Stars.

Gwynedd League

Just two ties were played in the Bob Owen Memorial Trophy first round.
Bro Goronwy tamed Ogwen Tigers 5-0, Connor Jones and Taylor Jones two apiece and Rui Silva with a single.
Waunfawr eliminated Llannerchymedd 4-0, Meurig Parry, Rhodri Owen, Rhys Davies and Jac Evans a goal apiece.
Postponed: Bethesda Athletic v Trearddur Bay Bulls, Bontnewydd v Glantraeth.

North East Wales League

Brymbo Victoria are nine points clear at the summit after stretching their unbeaten run to 10 matches with a hard-fought 2-1 win at Borras Park Albion.
Finlay Dyer and Joe Humphreys struck for Vics, Callum Roberts for Albion, who felt they were on the wrong end of a couple of key decisions.
Jon Edmonds hit three (including a penalty) in Caerwys’ 8-3 result at Bradley Park.
Kieran Smith, Elgan Hughes, Jaroslaw Sakowicz, Tom Cumming and Ruari Wood added single goals for the visitors, Tony Ratcliffe and Rich Jones (2) for the hosts.
Mold Town United took the honours 6-3 at Penyffordd Lions, Terry Njcholas scoring four, Brandon Jones and Aaron North one each, Matt Holmes, Ryan Ankers and Ben Hughes (pen) responding.
Acton v Sychdyn was postponed.

Anglesey League

Holyhead Town Reserves celebrated their first win of the season in some style by shading a 7-6 verdict at Bodorgan.
Asa Thomas, Luke Miles and Mark Owen all netted two apiece for the Harbourmen, Robert Thomas with the other, Ioan Thomas (2), Luke Winter, Luke Allaway, Connor Rees and Gareth Hughes for the hosts.
Curt Williams scored twice for Holyhead Hotspur Reserves in their 2-1 triumph at Cefni, Ben Wright responding.
Postponed: Llanfairpwll v Pentraeth Res, Y Fali v Mountain Rangers.
Cemaes Bay romped to an 8-1 result at Arriva Bangor on Friday night, Steve Whittaker (4), Sam Carter, Dafydd Jones, Keenan Downey and Daniel Jones sharing the away haul, Ally Issa for the home side.

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