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Women’s football: Nine for Llandudno in Welsh Cup, league wins for NFA and Bay

Jordanne Greenough scored four for Llandudno in the Welsh Cup. Picture: Duncan Thomas/Majestic Media

Corwen 1 (Hodson) Llandudno 9 (Davies, Greenough 4, Tradewell, Thomas, Owen 2)
FAW Women’s Cup round one

Jordanne Greenough struck four times as Welsh Premier visitors Llandudno stormed into the next round of the Welsh Cup where a home meeting with Llanfair United awaits.

Greenough netted a first half hat-trick, scoring on 19, 22 and 30 minutes, and she added another early in the second stanza.

Sofie Owen delivered a late double on 83 and 87 minutes and there was a goal apiece from Kelsey Davies (8 min), Catrin Thomas (27) and Stacey Tradewell (57).

Llandudno led 5-1 at half time and were never in any danger against a side they beat 13-0 in the competition last term.

North Wales League Division One side Corwen replied through Sophie Hodson.

Revised round two draw (northern ties)
Denbigh Town v Connah’s Quay Nomads
Llandudno v Llanfair United
Rhyl v Bethel.
(Ties to be played November 17)

Llanberis 0 NFA 2 (Jones, Webster)
North Wales Women’s League Division Two

NFA were impressive winners on the road with goals from Emily Jones (front row – furthest left) and Amy Webster (back row – sixth from right, to immediate right of goalkeeper Yasmin Mills in green)

Goals from Emily Jones and Amy Webster secured another three points for NFA in a match played at Ysgol Brynrefail, Llanrug.

Jones opened the scoring in just the second minutes, shooting into the bottom left-hand corner following a flag-kick whipped in by Rachel Lloyd.

The lead was doubled in the 68th minute. A cross in from Ashleigh Mills was met by Webster, who blasted into the roof of the net.

With Yasmin Mills solid in goal and the defence again very strong, Llanberis were unable to make the scoresheet.

Rachel Lloyd was player of the match for NFA, who climbed to third.

Penrhyn Bay 9 (Smith 2, Rawling 2, Evans 2, Roberts 2, 1 OG) Holywell Town 1 (Davies-Williams)
North Wales Women’s League Division Two

Penrhyn Bay romped to a 9-1 victory over Holywell

A fine display of finishing from Penrhyn Bay ensured they moved up to fifth in Division Two.

There were two apiece for Hannah Smith, Mia Rawling, Ffion Evans and Ela Roberts, with an own goal making up the nine.

One of Mia Rawling’s goals was an absolutely stunning long range free kick which the keeper did well to get a hand on.

Leah Davies-Williams’ goal ensured ever-developing Holywell appeared on the scoresheet.

All other scheduled matches were postponed

Results – October 27

North Wales Women’s League

Division Two

Llanberis 0 NFA 2 (Amy Webster, Emily Jones)

Penrhyn Bay 9 (Hannah Smith 2, Mia Rawling 2, Ffion Evans 2, Ela Roberts 2, 1 OG) Holywell Town 1 (Leah Williams)

Welsh Cup round one

Corwen 1 (Sophie Hodson) Llandudno 9 (Jordanne Greenough 4, Sofie Owen 2, Kelsey Davies, Catrin Thomas, Stacey Tradewell)

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