Reports from friendlies involving North East Wales area teams

Aaz Davies celebrates his goal for New Brighton Villa

North East Wales football friendlies reports – June 6, 2021

Prestatyn Town 2 Cefn Albion 3

Tier 3 Ardal North East outfit Albion travelled to Cymru North Prestatyn and put in a very good performance to deservedly win the game.

A brace from Alex Williams and a Callum Mannion single gave the Cefners an impressive pre-season victory.

Holywell Town 1 Llanrwst United 2

Benn Lundstrum and Sam Jones were on the mark for Llanrwst at Halkyn Road.

Ollie Buckley hit the target for the Wellmen from Dylan Allshorn’s assist.

Denbigh Town Vets 0 Ruthin Town Vets 6

Despite the scoreline this was a much closer derby than the outcome suggests.

A 6-0 margin flattered Ruthin, who only pulled away with some late goals.

Scorers for Ruthin were Jordan MacCarter 2, Jason Alexander, Kevin Evans, Andrew Roberts and there was an own goal.

Guilsfield 1 Chirk AAA 0

A good runout for Chirk against Tier 2 opposition Guilsfield.

A solitary Ed Baker goal after 25 minutes was enough to give the hosts the win in a very competitive game.
Chirk had their chances to level but couldn’t finish.

Next up for the Colliers is another away game at Ardal North West team Brymbo on Tuesday evening with a 6.30 kick off.

Llandyrnog United 4 Llangollen Town 2

Sean James, Garmon Hafal, David Lawson Cooke and a trialist struck for Llandyrnog in a home success against North East Wales League Premier Division side Llangollen at Cae Nant.

New Brighton Villa 2 Mold Alex Reserves 1

A tidy finish from Aaz Davies and a top class half volley from chairman Leigh Griffiths capped off a brilliant performance from the Yellers!

The visitors responded with a late consolation.

Borras Park Albion 1 Halkyn & Flint Mountain 8

Hat-tricks for Phil Lloyd and Sean Williams, along with goals from Mark Williams and Pete Martin, eased the Mountain to victory over Borras in their opening friendly.

CPD Caerwys 1 CPD Sychdyn 3

Keiye Williams (PICTURED ABOVE) struck a superb hat-trick for Sychdyn.
It was another good win for the villagers on the road to make it three victories out of four in pre-season as they keep progressing.

CPD Y Rhyl 1879 3 Rhydymwyn 2

Tyler Joyce (PICTURED ABOVE) grabbed the winner for Rhyl four minutes into added time.

Tom Cain’s 25-yard free kick handed the hosts a fifth-minute lead, but Rhydymwyn struck back to be 2-1 up on the hour.

Reece Fairhurst levelled on 85 before Joyce applied the coup de grace.

Prestatyn Sports 4 Abergele 3

Ian Griffiths struck twice on his return to Sports, once from the penalty spot.

Sam Brewerton and Simon Fawcett also found the net for the home side, but Abergele put up a superb show, proving a constant danger on the break and from set-pieces.

Dom Holland, James Lloyd and Zack Lawrence were the Gele marksmen.

Caer Clwyd 1 Prestatyn Sports Development 1

Joel Rowlands found the net for Caer Clwyd, while Archie Jones provided the equaliser.

After a goal-less first half, Rowlands put the hosts in front, but Sports responded well and Jones restored parity from the penalty spot.

Late chances for Sports could have won them the game, but it ended all-square.

Rhostyllen 5 Mynydd Isa Spartans 2

Joe Mitchell and Sam Reilly notched consolation goals for the away side, who will benefit from another tough 90 minutes in the bank.

Olie Allman, Andrew Bithell, Warren Ackroyd-Duckett, Scott Swords and Steve Jones combined in the goal stakes to deliver Rhostyllen the win.

FC United of Wrexham 3 Rhostyllen Reserves 5

Callum Parry, Marc Shaw and David Holland were scorers for FCUW, whose man of the match was Kieran Capper.

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