Ogwen Tigers 1 (Kyle Hartleb)
Bangor 1876 13 (Les Davies 3, Jamie Petrie 3, Sion Parry 3, Dylan Summers-Jones 2, Dylan Williams, 1 OG)
Thirteen proved a lucky number for Bangor 1876 over the weekend as not only did they score that many goals, they also completed that amount of successive victories at the expense of outgunned Ogwen Tigers.
Striker Dylan Summers-Jones has scored in every one of those 13 triumphs, amassing 27 goals over that period to reach 45 for the season.
Perhaps surprisingly, three different 1876 players notched hat-tricks in Saturday’s Gwynedd Cup tie, but Summers-Jones was not one of them. He had to be content with a double on this occasion.
In blustery conditions at Treborth, a whirlwind start from Bangor 1876 helped ensure they advanced to the last eight of the Cwpan Gwynedd.
Les Davies opened the floodgates inside the first 90 seconds when he headed in a corner from close range.
With only five minutes on the clock, Davies doubled his side’s advantage with a powerful shot from the edge of the penalty area that took a deflection on its way past visiting goalkeeper Shane Owen.
Summers-Jones made it 3-0 when he converted a Davies cross from six yards out. A further three goals arrived in as many minutes midway through the opening period.
Top marksman Summers-Jones scored his second of the afternoon on 20 minutes after Sion Parry cut the ball back to him following a neat pass by Davies.
The visitors got on the scoresheet themselves a minute later when Kyle Hartleb broke into the left side of the penalty area and finished well.
However, 1876 re-established a four-goal lead two minutes later when Jamie Petrie turned the ball in at the back post after a cross from Parry.
Shortly before the half-hour, Petrie completed a double, Summers-Jones with the assist.
In first half injury time, Petrie had a chance to complete his hat-trick from the penalty spot after keeper Owen fouled Summers-Jones.
However, the score remained 6-1 at the interval as Petrie’s shot hit the inside of the post and rolled away to safety.
Twelve minutes into the second period, Davies became the first home player to complete a hat-trick with his 23rd goal of the campaign after Petrie crossed from the right.
On the hour, Davies played in Leon Owens on the left and he cut the ball back for Parry to score.
Parry soon scored again with a neat finish and with the midway point of the second half approaching, Petrie made it a personal treble after he bundled the ball in from close range for his 42nd goal this term as 1876 reached double figures for the second week in a row and eighth occasion this season.
It became a hat-trick of hat-tricks when Petrie turned provider for Parry to find the net.
The scoring wasn’t finished as Tigers defender Kieron Bullock diverted a Parry cross past his own keeper, then on 88 minutes Dylan Williams made it 13-1 after a goalmouth scramble following a corner.
Bangor 1876: Leon Jones, Shaun Lock, Ryan Pope (Dylan Williams 58), Michael Johnston (c), Lee McNulty, Jamie Petrie, Cameron Barry, Les Davies, Dafydd Thomas (Ben Owen, 58), Dylan Summers-Jones (Leon Owens 48), Sion Parry.
Bangor 1876 league and cup results and stats – 2019-20 season
Feb 8: Ogwen Tigers (a – Gwynedd Cup) 13-1 (Davies 3, Petrie 3, Parry 3, Summers-Jones 2, Kieron Bullock OG, Dylan Williams)
Feb 1: Llanystumdwy (a – GL) 11-0 (Summers-Jones 4, Petrie 2, Davies, Lee McNulty, Parry, Leon Owens, Harry Jones)
Jan 25: Menai Bridge Tigers (a – Bob Owen Memorial Shield) 5-1 (Cian Williams, Summers-Jones, Davies 2, Petrie)
Jan 18: Bethesda Ath (a – GL) 10-2 (Petrie 4, 1 pen, Dafydd Thomas 2, Cameron Barry, Cian Williams, Summers-Jones, Matt Lock)
Jan 11: Ogwen Tigers (h – GL) 7-0 (Parry 4, Summers-Jones 2, Lundstram)
Jan 6: Waunfawr (h – GL) 4-0 (Cian Williams, Davies, Summers-Jones, Sion Parry)
Jan 4: Glantraeth (a – GL) 4-0 (Johnston, Summers-Jones, Petrie, Ben Owen)
Dec 30: Bontnewydd (h – GL) 13-2 (Matt Lock, Summers-Jones 5, Davies 3, Petrie, Cameron Barry, Luke Steele, Lundstram)
Dec 21: Llanystumdwy (h – GL) 6-0 (Lundstram, Johnston, Shaun Lock, Petrie, Summers-Jones, 1 OG)
Dec 14: Caergybi (a – GL 6-0 (Cian Williams, Petrie 2, Lundstram, Summers-Jones 2)
Dec 7: Trearddur Bay Bulls (a – GL) 2-1 (Summers-Jones 2)
Nov 30: Llanfairfechan Town (h – NWCFA Junior Cup R2) 4-1 (Dylan Williams, Summers-Jones 2, Petrie) aet
Nov 16: Llanystumdwy (Bob Owen Memorial Shield) 13-0 (Petrie 3, Summers-Jones 3, Davies 2, Dylan Williams, Shaun Lock, Michael Johnston, Cian Williams, Luke Steele)
Nov 9: Ruthin Town (h – Welsh Cup R2) 0-2
Nov 2: Llanrwst United (a – FAW Trophy R3) 1-4 (Lundstram)
Oct 19: Penycae (a – WC R1) 3-3 (Petrie 2 pens, Matt Lock) aet – won 3-2 pens
Oct 15: Bethesda Ath (h – GL) 14-0 (Petrie 5, Summers-Jones 3, Davies 2, Dion Jones 2, Cian Williams, Cameron Barry)
Oct 12: Llanelwy Athletic (a – NWCFA Junior Cup) 3-1 (Dylan Williams, Luke Steele, Lundstram)
Oct 8: Llannerchymedd (h – GL) 12-0 (Summers-Jones 4, Petrie 3, Davies 2, Jos Lloyd-Jones 2, Dafydd Thomas)
Sep 28: Penrhyndeudraeth (h – WC QR2) 6-2 (Davies 4, Summers-Jones 2)
Sep 21: Talysarn Celts (a – GL) 4-2 (Dylan Williams, Davies, Petrie 2, 1 pen)
Sep 14: Pwllheli (h – FAW Trophy) 3-1 (Jos Lloyd-Jones 2, Cameron Barry)
Aug 31: Llandudno Athletic (h – WC) 4-1 (Petrie pen, Cameron Barry, Cian Williams, Summers-Jones)
Aug 26: Llangoed (a – GL) 5-0 (Petrie 3, 1 pen, Davies, Leon Owens)
Aug 24: Nefyn United (h – GL) 3-1 (Petrie 2, 1 pen, Les Davies)
Aug 19: Caergybi (h – GL) 10-0 (Summers-Jones 3, Jos Lloyd-Jones 2, Petrie 2, Cian Williams, Cameron Barry, Leon Owens)
Aug 17: Sychdyn (h – FAW Trophy) 5-1 (Summers-Jones 3, Petrie 2 pens)
Aug 10: Ogwen Tigers (a – GL) 4-1 (Dylan Summers-Jones 2, Jamie Petrie, Benn Lundstram)
League: P 16 W 16 D 0 L 0 GF 115 GA 9
Cup: P 12 W 10 D 0 L 2 GF 60 GA 18
Goalscorers (175 goals scored in 28 matches)
45 – Dylan Summers-Jones
42 – Jamie Petrie
23 – Les Davies
9 – Sion Parry
8 – Cian Williams
7 – Benn Lundstram
6 – Jos Lloyd-Jones, Cameron Barry
5 – Dylan Williams
3 – Leon Owens, Michael Johnston, Dafydd Thomas, Matt Lock, Luke Steele
2 – Shaun Lock, Dion Jones, 2 OG
1 – Lee McNulty, Harry Jones, Ben Owen