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Chris Byast headed home a great goal for Amlwch. Picture: GETHIN JONES

WELSH CUP QUALIFYING ROUND TWO REPORTS

Amlwch Town 1 Llanrwst United 2

Early goals from Sam Jones and Benn Lundstram proved enough to send Llanrwst into the second qualifying round.
Amlwch settled and fought hard to turn the tide, but were unable to unlock a solid away defence in the first half.
Player-manager Chris Byast’s fantastic header late on in the second half, gave Amlwch hope, but the Roosters held on for a deserved win.

Brickfield Rangers 0 Saltney Town 3

Two first-half goals put Saltney well on course for victory at Clywedog Park.
On 17 minutes the Bordermen took the lead.
A quick long ball by the keeper Josh Cooke played in Thomas Booth, who evaded the challenge of Jamie Samuels before finishing in the far top corner.
It was Brickie who found the net next, as Aaron White finished well from an Owen Jones cross, but was adjudged offside.
In the 32nd minute Saltney doubled their lead, as a free kick from just outside the box from Carl Pleavin was saved by Keighan Jones, but Cody Silvester was first to pounce on the rebound.
Brickie made two changes at the start of the second half to try and assert themselves more, but on 53 minutes Saltney scored a third, as the quick Booth again was played in through the defence and was able to score one-on-one against Jones.
In the second period Brickfield posed more of an attacking threat, but their efforts came to nothing.

Bro Cernyw 1 Llanfairfechan Town 5

Elliot Croston scored a hat-trick as Llanfair eased through at Cernyw.
Daniel Hughes and Jamie Haggas also struck for the visitors, Cai Price replying for the hosts.
Both goalkeepers produced some unbelievable saves.

Chirk AAA 2 Rhos Aelwyd 2 – Rhos won 3-2 on penalties

Report: Nigel Roberts

Aelwyd player-manager Aled Parry struck the winning penalty at Holyhead Road.
The visitors started strongly , but the Colliers gained momentum and it was no surprise when former Wrexham defender Ryan Williams put the home side ahead on the half hour with a low drive from 20 yards.
Chirk were dealt a blow on 55 minutes when central defender Matty Williams was shown a second yellow and dismissed.
But the home team took it in their stride and increased their lead on the hour when Louie Middlehurst poked home from close range following a corner.
Undeterred, Rhos came storming back into the game on 68 minutes with a superb effort from full back Dan Harrison. He picked the ball up just over the halfway line, strode confidently forward before unleashing an unstoppable shot from 25 yards to give Chirk keeper Callum Thurnham no chance.
Rhos had the ascendancy and pushed forward for the equaliser but Chirk did have a couple of late chances through Alistair Gibson.
With minutes remaining Rhos grabbed the equaliser when Thurnham could only touch a long range shot onto the bar and Ryan Jenkins was on hand to tap in the equaliser.
So the game went to penalties where there was more drama.
Chirk scored their first 2 with Aelwyd missing theirs, only for the hosts to fail from their next two and Rhos converted twice.
It came down to sudden death with Aelwyd keeping their nerve and Parry striking the conclusive penalty to send his team through.

CPD Y Fali 1 Bodedern Athletic 6

Goal celebration time for Casey Gregg, Marc Evans, Asa Thomas and Darren Lewthwaite aka The Fab Four. Picture: WYNNE EVANS

Boded followed up their 9-0 Trophy win over Y Fali seven days earlier with a 6-1 Welsh Cup success on Saturday.
Top-scorer Marc Evans netted twice to move up to 12 for the season, and there were also doubles from Asa Thomas and Casey Gregg.
Luke Miles replied for the hosts.

FC Queen’s Park 1 Cefn Albion 4

A superb first-half performance put the Cefners into the hat for the first round.
Dion Gibbins, Alex Williams, Callum Mannion and Mike Latham all struck in the opening 45 for the visitors.
James Gregory pulled one back for the Park in the second period.

Hawarden Rangers 0 Llay Welfare 4

Kian Turton, Tom Wells (2) and Kevin Hope combined to secure Llay a comfortable triumph at the Gladstone.

Llanberis 2 Nantlle Vale 2 – Llanberis won 4-2 on pens

A thrilling Welsh Cup derby at Ffordd Padarn saw the Darans advance 4-2 on penalties.
In the 90 minutes, Gethin Wakeham put away two spot-kicks for Llanberis, including an equaliser near the end, while Rob Daniels and Daniel Evans hit back for Vale.

Llandudno Albion 4 Glantraeth 1

Two goals apiece from David Maddock and Dan Evans guided Albion to victory.
Tudur Williams responded for Glantraeth in the first half.

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Llanuwchllyn 1 Pwllheli 0

Iolo Gwyn Jones scored the only goal of a close-fought tie to seal Llanuwchllyn’s place in the next round.

Llysfaen 0 Llanelwy Athletic 4

Sandy Malone’s side are now one of just three northern tier 5 teams which could figure in the round one draw.
Gary Fazackerley, Dan Price, Joel Rowlands and Ste Kirk (pen) grabbed the goals which conquered Llysfaen at Colwyn Bay.

Mold Alexandra 3 Connah’s Quay Town 0

This tie stood at 0-0 until the final quarter from which point tier 3 favourites Mold pulled away from their fifth tier underdog opponents.
Town had two golden chances in the first half and really should have been ahead at the break.
Into the second half and the Alex finally broke through on 68 minutes.
A great cross was played into Matty Lewis, who beat his marker and finished to make it 1-0.
Seven minutes from time, Henry Carver was fouled in the box and a penalty was awarded.
Danny Warren’s kick was saved by Dan Cooper, but he converted the rebound.
Deep into added time, Rhys Nash burst down the wing and crossed for Dom Doherty to add number three.

Penrhyndeudraeth 3 Dolgellau AA 0

Steven Jones (2, 1 pen) and Huw Quaeck provided the goals which ensured Penrhyn entered the hat for round one.

Penycae 1 Brymbo 1 – Brymbo won 4-2 on pens

Brymbo showed their steel to earn a penalty shoot-out win at Penycae.
Luc Bonfrer had edged the visitors in front before an Austin Owen equaliser meant spot-kicks were required to determine a winner.

Porthmadog 9 Mountain Rangers 0

Former Everton, Wales Under-21 and Caernarfon Town midfielder Nathan Craig struck twice for Porthmadog in a resounding win over outsiders Mountain Rangers.
Jamie McDaid, Matthew Jones and Josh Banks also delivered doubles, with an own goal completing the whitewash.

Rhostyllen 5 Corwen 0

Man of the match Sam Chesters struck twice in a comfortable success for Rhostyllen.
Player-manager Warren Duckett, Andy Bithell and an own goal made up the nap.

Y Felinheli 2 Waunfawr 0

Rhodri Jones and Caio Hughes netted the goals which clinched victory for Euron Davies’ in-form Felinheli outfit at Cae Seilo.

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