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Six top weekend games on the North Wales football scene

Hotspur are top of Welsh Alliance Division One and looking good

Lock Stock Welsh Alliance Division One (2.30 pm)
Holyhead Hotspur v Glan Conwy

Belter on the cards at the New Stadium as first entertain second in Welsh Alliance Division One.
Leaders Hotspur are unbeaten in six league outings, their last setback a 5-1 defeat at Llanrwst United in November.
Darren Garmey’s men are seeking a double over Glan Conwy, having won 1-0 at Cae Ffwt last month.
Glan have won their last four in the league and are enjoying a great return season back in Division One after finishing up Division Two champions last term.
Hotspur, who have 100% record at home in the league, are four points clear of Glan and have played four games less.

Guy Walmsley Welsh National League Premier Division (2 pm)
Mold Alexandra v Cefn Albion

Good test in store for leaders Cefn at a Mold side who are 13 points behind them in seventh but have five games in hand.
Albion are undefeated in their last 12 matches having not lost a game since the end of September. Their chief danger is 23-goal man Alex Williams.
Mold’s stats are not as impressive as their opponents, but they are unbeaten in their last three outings.

Adra Gwynedd League Bob Owen Memorial Shield round two (1.30 pm)
Menai Bridge Tigers v Bangor 1876

Menai Bridge have overcome some tough hurdles and are having a good season

Bangor 1876 have proved to be invincible against Gwynedd League opposition so far this season, but Saturday brings a first-ever meeting with neighbours Menai Bridge.
Last season’s champions Bridge lost a number of players in the summer after being refused promotion to the Welsh Alliance, but the Anglesey side have knuckled down and performed really well in the current campaign.
1876 have won 10 games on the bounce in all competitions and have piled up 69 goals in that run.

Adra Gwynedd League Bob Owen Memorial Shield round two (1.30 pm)
Nefyn United v Trearddur Bay Bulls

Nefyn and Bay shared a 2-2 cracker earlier in the campaign. Pic: Wynne Evans

As well as Bridge v 1876, there is another fascinating tie in the Bob Owen Memorial on Saturday with the Gwynedd League’s fourth and second-place teams clashing at Cae’r Delyn.
Nefyn and Trearddur Bay are expected to remain the biggest challengers to 1876’s ambitions of winning the league and domestic cups.
And having already shared a 2-2 draw on Anglesey this term in the league, the Penwaig and the Bulls are set for another titanic tussle in the Bob Owen.

Salisbury & Co (St Asaph) Vale of Clwyd and Conwy League Division One (2 pm)
Penrhyn Bay Dragons v Llysfaen

Llysfaen in action against Bro Cernyw (green) earlier this season

Last weekend Dragons became only the second team to take points off long-time Division One leaders NFA this season.
Can Penrhyn now follow up and gain some reward from their battle with new table-toppers Llysfaen?
Emlyn Robert Jones’ visiting side are the top goalscorers and possess the meanest defence in the league, but Dragons are a capable outfit always capable of springing a surprise.

Top Mark Uniforms North East Wales League Presidents Cup preliminary round (1.30 pm)
Brymbo Victoria v Chirk Town

Chirk Town halted Brymbo Victoria’s unbeaten league record two months ago

Plenty of rivalry between these two.
Brymbo lead the North East Wales League standings, but are just a point ahead of Chirk who have two games in hand.
Vics will be out for revenge having lost their unbeaten league record in a 4-1 defeat at Town in November.

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