Gwynedd League: Moore hits four on Bulls debut, 1876 win again, Llangoed and Nefyn share eight-goal thriller
Craig Moore (left) scored four on debut for Trearddur Bay Bulls. Picture: Wynne Evans

Sion Parry was a four-goal hero as Bangor 1876 made it 14 straight wins in the Gwynedd League with a 7-0 home caning of Ogwen Tigers.

Parry, a recent signing from Porthmadog who has a prolific goal scoring record in his current league, netted on 16, 21, 50 and 55 minutes at Treborth, where 1876 saw off opponents they defeated 4-1 away in their first-ever competitive game back in August.

Dylan Summers-Jones scored twice, rising to 37 goals for the campaign, while Benn Lundstram was also on the mark.

New signing Craig Moore instantly made a major impact with a four-goal salvo in Trearddur Bay Bulls’ 6-0 pasting of Llanystumdwy.

Mike Davies and Justin Williams also made the scoresheet for Richard Owen’s side, who remain in second.

Llangoed and Nefyn United played out a 4-4 cracker.

Wayne Thomas (2), new recruit Tom Zalot and Patrick Mee were the home hitmen, Dylan Sion Jones (2), Carl Jones and Danny Roberts responding for the Penwaig.

Much-improved Bethesda Athletic led 1-0 at Bro Goronwy through Ally Issa, but Rui Silva and Henry Williams turned things around to ensure the Moelfre hosts won 2-1.

Menai Bridge Tigers delivered six of the best without reply at LlannerchymeddJordan Pritchard (3), Mitchell Jones, Callum Davidson and Kelvin Frazer sharing the half-dozen.

Postponed: Bontnewydd v Glantraeth, Caergybi v Waunfawr.

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