Brothers and Sisters 2: More North Wales soccer siblings

Dave Webb (centre) chases the ball for Trearddur Bay Bulls. Pic: Wynne Evans

Jody Cain a Ryan Cain

Ryan Cain shoots for goal

Bethel Ladies midfielder Jody, 17, has an unbelievable engine.
One of the hardest workers in the team, she can create, score and defend.
Her team-mates nickname her Kante. Won the League Cup with Bethel Under-16 and the Welsh Cup with Ysgol Syr Hugh Owen, Caernarfon.

Jody Cain lets fly for Bethel. Both photos: Patrick Cain

Ryan, 20, is a left wing back who plays as a extra winger when he’s able to move forward. A key man for Welsh Alliance Division Two title challengers Y Felinheli.

Caitlin Hadaway and Jordan Hadaway

Jordan Hadaway

Brother and sister aged a year apart almost to the day.
Jordan manages Caerwys in the North East Wales League and at 18 is believed to be the youngest club manager in world football.
He also coaches with Real Madrid through his involvement with John Moores University, Liverpool.

Caitlin Hadaway. Pic: Lee Douglas

Caitlin, 17, joined newly-formed Holywell FC Girls and Ladies this season from Northop Hall.
An attacking midfielder, she constantly attracts high praise for her hard-working performances.

Hannah Jones and Ben Jones

Hannah joined Bethel after a break from football back in 2018. Previously a Caernarfon player. Experienced, understands the game, can keep things simple, can play in multiple positions and her attitude is spot on.
Ben is a goalkeeper with Llanystumdwy in the Gwynedd League.

Charlotte Webb and Dave Webb

Dave Webb (left). Pic: Wynne Evans

Dave is a midfield player with Trearddur Bay Bulls in the Gwynedd League, having also represented other local sides.
His sister Charlotte, a defender, joined Mountain Rangers this season, having also previously worn the colours of Amlwch Town.

Charlotte Webb (right – blue)

The pair come from good footballing stock as their dad is former Holyhead player Peter Webb.

Fflur Hughes and Caron Hughes

Caron Hughes in goal for Aberffraw

Caron is a goalkeeper for Aberffraw in Welsh Alliance League Division Two.
His fine performances this season have helped Berffro progress in cups and climb away from the foot of the table.
Fflur rejoined Bethel after a spell away from the game at the beginning of the season. Previous clubs, Llanystumdwy boys, Pwllheli girls and Llanrug girls. Used to play for the regional North Wales squad and she was called up to the last 30 of the Wales U-15 squad. Tough character, strong in a tackle and great in the air.

And a flashback……

Marc Lloyd Williams and Manon Lloyd-Williams

Manon Lloyd Williams (middle row – third from right) lines up in a classic Bangor City Girls squad

Two of the very best to kick a ball in North Wales.
Marc is the all-time record Welsh Premier League goal scorer with 319 in 468 appearances.
One of his proudest moments was playing against his beloved Liverpool for The New Saints in the 2005-06 Champions League.

Marc Lloyd Williams on the ball

Manon played in the great Bangor City Ladies sides of the 1990s and 2000s, winning the Welsh Cup twice. She also excels at rugby and hockey.

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