Midweek friendlies: Wins for Holyhead Hotspur and Cefn Albion

Chris Jones netted twice for Hotspur. Picture: Chris Willz, Eye in the Sky Photograhy

Holyhead Hotspur 3 (Chris Jones 2, McGinness)
Conwy Borough 1 (Pritchard)

Chris Jones struck twice for a Hotspur side which continued its build-up to the season proper with a win over fellow Cymru North outfit Conwy at the New Stadium.

The visitors started the brighter and went ahead with an Adam Pritchard header from Tommy Creamer’s set piece delivery.

Holyhead responded less than a minute later with a goal from Chris Jones following good play by Liam Morris down the left side.

Hotspur then went ahead following a good team goal eventually finished off by Melvin McGinness with a left foot finish.

The home side added a third following great play from the impressive Deian Parry, whose precise cross was nodded in by Chris Jones for his second of the game.

The second half was less eventful with few chances created by both sides.

Ex-Hotspur front man John Littlemore went close for the visitors and Robert Llewelyn Jones’ effort was cleared off the line in the dying stages to prevent a fourth goal for the hosts.

Llanuwchllyn 1
Cefn Albion 4 (Nic Jones 2, Alex Williams, Mike Latham)

Tier 3 side Albion were in sharp form in front of goal during Monday night’s friendly against Llanuwchllyn.

A brace from Nic Jones and an Alex Williams strike put Cefn three goals to the good before Llan pulled one back.

New signing Mike Latham cemented another top win for Albion with number four.

Albion first team other friendly results: Rhos Aelwyd (away) won 4-0, Brymbo (away) won 6-2.

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