Women’s recreational football: Bethesda stung by Bees before fighting back for draw
Eglwysbach Queen Bees produced a great result on Monday

Bethesda Athletic had to fight back from two goals down to force a 2-2 draw in their debut North Wales Ladies Recreational League Group West clash with Queen Bees Eglwysbach on Monday night.

Pesda were crowned North Wales Women’s League Division Two champions in their first season of formation in 2018-19, but resigned after playing just one Division One match this campaign due to a shortage of players.

Rather than fold, the team decided to enter the recreational league and aim to rebuild with a view to possibly rejoining the NWWFL in the future.

Their first game against Queen Bees proved a tough one.

The Bees took the lead through Chev Cannon on her debut and Elin Charlton added a second before Bethesda clawed it back through Shannon Jade Jones and Katie Midwinter.

Eglwysbach remain undefeated.

Player of the match for Queen Bees was debutant Karen Martin.

North Wales Ladies Recreational Football League results 2019-20 season

Group East

November 10: Holywell FC Girls and Ladies 7 (Leah Davies-Williams 3, Caitlin Hadaway 2, Talia Jones, Sarah Massey) Pentre Hawks 0
November 3: Holywell FC Girls and Ladies 3 (Caitlin Hadaway 2, Leah Davies-Williams) CPD Genod Henllan 0
October 24: Llysfaen Lionesses 5 (Alannah Dunne 2, Sophie Fisher 2, Sophie Heap) Dragonhearts 0
October 20: Kinmel Bay 4 (Jessica Hall, Jessica Jones, Lucy Perry, Seren Williams) Llysfaen Lionesses
October 16: Dragonhearts 3 (Steph Davies, Caroline Williams, Jade Davies) Pentre Hawks 1 (Kirsty Roberts)

Group West

November 11: Bethesda Athletic 2 (Shannon Jade Jones, Katie Midwinter) Queen Bees Eglwysbach 2 (Chev Cannon, Elin Charlton)
October 14: Penrhyn Bay Panthers 1 (Eleanor Slack) Mochdre Lionesses 2 (Alicia Stretton 2)
October 13: Queen Bees Eglwysbach 4 (Hannah Jones 2, Jo Trafford, Seren Kerfoot-Robson) Llanfairfechan Town 4 (Maddie Williams 3, Rachel Evans)

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