Menai Bridge Tigers 1 (Redmond)
Pwllheli 3 (Toplis, Banks 2)
Pwllheli are top of the tier 4 North Wales Coast West Premier Division after making it six league wins in a row with a 3-1 success at Menai Bridge last night.
The result lifted the Llyn side to the summit with a record of seven victories in nine starts, and an awesome 42 goals scored.
After winning at Amlwch Town first up, Pwllheli lost their next two league matches at Bangor 1876 and Bodedern Athletic, but have won the last six.
On the mark again for Pwll last night was the unstoppable Steffan Toplis, now on 16 league goals – the biggest total in the Premier.
Toplis and Jason Banks both struck in the first half to give the visitors a two-goal interval lead.
Although Dean Redmond replied for the Tigers on 71 minutes, a late second for Banks secured the points for Pwll.
Pwllheli – six in a row
July 31: Gaerwen (h – league) 11-0
Aug 4: Glantraeth (a – league) 5-3
Aug 14: Gwalchmai (h – league) 7-1
Aug 21: Llanrug United (h – league) 6-1
Aug 25: Llanberis (a – league) 4-3
Sep 1: Menai Bridge Tigers (a – league) 3-1