North Wales Women’s football previews – Sunday, December 1

Nomads manager Sara Hilton (right) has had plenty of reason for dishing out the hugs this season. Picture: Nik Mesney, NCM Media

North Wales Women’s Football League previews – Sunday, December 1 (1 pm)

All matches weather permitting (of course) *

Division One

Denbigh Town v Airbus

Denbigh will look to bounce back from last weekend’s crushing Welsh Cup defeat at home to Connah’s Quay Nomads.

Town have won two out of three league matches so far and lie fourth in the table.

Airbus have a couple of new signings lined up which they hope might inspire them to get at least a point.

Division Two

Amlwch Town v Holywell

Goal magnet Lexi Crawley

Unbeaten Division Two leaders Amlwch will be expected to rack up a comfortable win over newcomers Holywell.

Town’s two top-scorers, Ffion Owen and Lexi Crawley, have netted 28 goals between them in all competitions (14 each).

Pwllheli v Llanberis

Llanberis player-manager Sioned Phillips

Pwllheli are fourth and Llanberis seventh in the table, but there are just three points between them.

Playing at home, Pwll hope to have a strong side on call, while the Darans are rumoured to have some new signings in the camp.

NEWFA Women’s Cup round two (1 pm)

Bethel v Connah’s Quay Nomads

Nomads ace Lani Bouckley (right). Pic: NCM Media

This could be the game of the day.

Both these sides qualified for the Welsh Cup quarter-finals with cracking away wins last weekend – Bethel going through 4-3 after extra time at Rhyl, while Nomads took the honours 8-3 at Denbigh Town.

Hat-trick hero at Rhyl, Ffion Williams, will be a key player for Bethel, who are unchanged.

After scoring three on her return from injury last Sunday, Lani Bouckley will again present plenty of danger for Sara Hilton’s Deesiders.

Corwen v Rhyl
Match postponed – waterlogged pitch

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