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Netball: Llangefni crowned Gwynedd and Anglesey League Division Two champions

Well done Llangefni – Division Two champions!

Llongyfarchiadau/Congratulations to Llangefni – the 2019-20 Gwynedd and Anglesey Winter Netball League Division Two champions.

A tremendous achievement for a team of year 10 girls – mostly all aged 14.

Cefni defeated main title rivals Wnion 19-12 on Tuesday night to ensure they will finish champions.

The battle for runners-up will be settled next week.

Wnion end on 63 points having played all 16 games. WaliB’s have 59 points from 15 and Moniars 58 from 15.

Next Tuesday sees WaliB’s face Tacos while Moniars take on Pwllheli Subway Warriors.

Division Two results, line-ups and awards – Tuesday, March 4, 2020

Llangefni 19-12 Wnion
(6-3; 7-5; 11-8; 19-12)

Llangefni: Cerys Michael, Awel Jones, Efa Williams, Reaghan Smith, Ceris Hughes, Lottie Pleasant, Molly Tooze. Sub: Cira Williams.
Wnion: Janice Phipps-Owen, Ffion Gittins, India Clackson, Llio Roberts, Nieve Murphy-Mayo, Llio Parry, Erin Aled.
Players of the Match
Llangefni: Umpires – Lottie Pleasant; Players – Ceris Hughes.
Wnion: Umpires and Players – Llio Parry.

Moniars 24-12 Sombreros
(9-2; 13-6; 19-10; 24-12)

Moniars: Louise Pleasant, Charnjit Grewal, Stacey Bryant, Nell Beaton, Elin Salter, Ffion Roberts, Cerys Parry. Sub: Cara Owen.
Sombreros: Rhian Owen, Swyn Edwards, Martha Ceiriog, Alaw Davies, Ela Davies, Malan Hughes, Heledd Jones. Sub: Elli Johnstone.
PoM
Moniars: Umpires – Cerys Parry; Players – Ffion Roberts
Sombreros: Umpires and Players – Malan Hughes.

Subway Warriors 36-10 Tacos
(5-3; 12-7; 24-8; 36-10)

Subway: Elli Brady, Cassie Ogilvy, Ella Roberts, Katie Smart, Helena Roberts, Cet Hughes, Eli Harris. Sub: Debs Jones.
Tacos: Lois Parry, Awen Owen-Jones, Cadi Jones, Erin Jones, Mari Jones, Marged Sion, Luned Eryl. Subs: Ela Haf, Llanw Jones, Elin Mai Williams.
PoM
Subway: Umpires and Players – Cassie Ogilvy
Tacos: Umpires – Lois Parry; Players – Cadi Jones.

Amigos 16-15 Mellt Brynrefs
(6-2; 9-6; 12-11; 16-15)

Amigos: Arwen Humphreys, Lili Ray, Llio Jones, Alaw Davies-Thomas, Nia Jones, Mari Griffiths, Megan Euros. Sub: Sian Roberts.
Mellt: Ela Jones, Mari Brookes, Efa Baines, Mared Roberts, Mabli Baines, Molly Chisholm, Erin Roberts.
PoM
Amigos: Umpires and Players – Alaw Davies-Thomas
Mellt: Umpires and Players – Efa Baines.

Division One report

Menai Mavericks were confirmed as Division One runners-up behind champions Arfon Ladies after the Anglesey side’s 28-19 win over Dyffryn Ladies.

Mavericks did not have it all their own way though as the first quarter ended six-apiece.

The islanders gradually built up a lead throughout the match from the second quarter and despite a spirited final session from Dyffryn, Mavericks ended the encounter nine goals ahead.

Carole Davies came out of retirement to help a depleted Dyffryn Ladies in their tough test against Menai Mavericks. Carole was delighted to win Umpires Player of the Match

Arfon Celts were unlucky one-goal losers yet again against Aran in a thriller.

End-to-end action, turnovers galore – whoever lost this one was going to be unfortunate.

Aran did go four goals ahead with a couple of minutes remaining but Celts dug deep. No other team have lost so many games by one goal in a season.

Considering this season is the best placing Celts have ever had, it shows how much they have developed to be so close to the higher finishing teams.

Porthmadog and Dreigiau Brynrefs were relegated after defeats to Walis and Pwllheli respectively.

Division One results, line-ups and awards – Wednesday, March 5, 2020

Aran 23-22 Arfon Celts
(5-6; 10-11; 17-16; 23-22)

Aran: Steph Owen, Catrin Gittins, Meg Evans, Sara James, Lucy Phasey, Ceris Hughes, Bernie Conneely.
Celts: Anya Jones, Ally Williams, Siwan R Jones, Erin Wyn Davies, Cerys Davies, Anna Selick, Tanisha Burgher.
PoM
Aran: Umpires and Players – Sara James
Celts: Umpires and Players – Anna Selick

Menai Mavericks 28-19 Dyffryn Ladies
(6-6; 13-9; 22-14; 28-19)

Mavericks: Laura Webber, Jessie Jones, Collette Charker-Jones, Lisa Campbell, Kathryn Hughes, Steph Yau-Jones, Kelly Roose. Sub: Victoria Wells.
Dyffryn: Carole Davies, Enid Jones, Sue Evans, Greta Jâms, Alaw Jones, Elin Evans, Sarah Spooner. Sub: Ellen Cook.
PoM
Mavericks: Umpires – Lisa Campbell; Players – Jessie Jones.
Dyffryn: Umpires – Carole Davies; Players – Greta Jâms

Walis were emphatic winners against Porthmadog

Walis 39-11 Porthmadog
(10-1; 17-5; 27-8; 39-11)

Walis: Elen Edwards, Llinos Griffith, Lois McGrath, Catrin Parry, Llio Jones, Malan G Jones, Hanna Domagala. Sub: Debbie Lovell.
Porthmadog: Sarah Williams, Debs Brookes, Alaw Jones, Cet Roberts, Diane Williams, Sarah O’Neill, Catrin Williams. Sub: Aimée Brookes.
PoM
Walis: Umpires – Malan Jones; Players – Llinos Griffith
Porthmadog: Umpires and Players – Aimée Brookes.

Pwllheli 32-17 Dreigiau Brynrefs
(7-8; 17-11; 27-13; 32-17)

Pwllheli: Ceri Brown, Victoria Doodson, Lily Doodson, Alaw Griffith, Georgie Battye, Steph Studt, Tara Thorne. Sub: Sarah Brown.
Dreigiau: Elin Thomas, Beca Parry, Lowri Williams, Abbi Parkinson, Harmony Haston-Wilson, Georgia Parkinson, Cadi Thomas. Sub: Enlli Williams.
PoM
Pwllheli: Umpires – Victoria Doodson; Players – Ceri Brown.
Dreigiau: Umpires – Georgia Parkinson; Players – Elin Thomas.

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