North East Wales League: Chirk Town edge out Brymbo Victoria for title

Chirk Town have been crowned champions at the first attempt

Chirk Town have marked their first season as a club by scooping the Top Mark Uniforms North East Wales League title.

After going nine unbeaten, the Taverners suffered narrow losses to Sychdyn and Borras Park Albion, but their final P-P-G of 2.285 was just enough to ensure they finished champions ahead of runners-up Brymbo Victoria, whose 33 points from 15 outings was not quite enough (2.2).

Chirk kicked off the campaign with a 15-0 away annihilation of Belle Vue and then produced enough consistency to claim top spot.

Former Gresford Athletic player Tom Freeman led the way for the champions with 17 league goals.

Chirk Town – North East Wales League results 2019-20 season

Mar 7: Bellevue (h) 9-2 (Anthony Jones 3, Tom Freeman 2, Tristan Lloyd, Matt Cooke, Caleb Davies, Shaun Morris)
Feb 8: Sychdyn (a) 1-0 (Shaun Morris)
Feb 1: Borras Park Albion (a) 1-2 (Jordan Dooley)
Jan 11: Acton (h) 3-1 (Tom Freeman 2, Ryan Houghton)
Jan 4: Sychdyn (h) 0-1
Nov 30: Mold Town United (a) 9-2 (Tom Freeman 3, Cameron Roberts 2, Matt Cooke 2, Lewis Penrose, Jordan Dooley)
Nov 23: Brymbo Victoria (h) 4-1 (Tom Freeman 2, Jordan Dooley, Steve Roberts)
Nov 16: Acton (a) 3-2 (Lewis Penrose pen, Cameron Roberts, Tom Freeman)
Nov 2: Caerwys (a) 3-2 (Shaun Morris, Tom Freeman 2)
Sep 28: Brymbo Victoria (a) 2-2 (Tristan Lloyd, Shaun Morris)
Sep 7: Penyffordd Lions (a) 2-2 (Naz Farhat 2)
Aug 28: Mold Town United (h) 2-0 (Tom Freeman, Matt Cooke)
Aug 24: Borras Park Albion (h) 3-2 (Naz Farhat, Josh Langford, Lewis Penrose)
Aug 10: Bellevue (a) 15-0 (Tom Freeman 4, Shaun Morris 4, 1 pen, Matt Cooke 2, Dean Riley 2, Naz Farhat, 2 OGs)
P 14 W 10 D 2 L 2 GF 57 GA 19 PTS 32 (AV PTS 2.285)

Veterans Divisions

Unbeaten Caerwys Vets comfortably lifted the Top Mark Uniforms Vets Premier Division title nine wins and a draw from their 10 matches. Shotton Steel Vets were runners-up.
Lex XI Vets scooped the Vets Division One championship, Holt and Farndon Vets ending up in second.

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