NORTH WALES COAST LEAGUE WEST REPORTS – SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 11
Gwalchmai 5 Gaerwen 0
Cameron Jones netted twice as Gwalchmai went nap in this Anglesey derby at Maes Meurig.
A Daniel Williams own goal was all that separated the sides at half time, but Gwalch turned on the power after the break.
Jones’ double was added to by goals from Connor Owen and Alex Cooper and to complete a miserable afternoon for Gaerwen, Jamie Baker was shown a red card.
CPD Nefyn United 2 CPD Pwllheli 3
The battle of the Llyn went the way of the visitors as Pwllheli grabbed top spot with a magnificent 3-2 win at Cae’r Delyn.
Steffan Toplis put Pwll ahead with his 17th league goal of the season on 22 minutes.
Joint player-manager Carl Jones levelled for the Penwaig on 36 minutes, then before half time the usually deadly Toplis missed a penalty.
Carl Jones edged Nefyn in front three minutes into the second half, but Leigh Sansome made it two-apiece after 52.
Lukas Baltovic then put the visitors back ahead with a 59th minute penalty.
The drama continued as the home side’s Ifan Gwilym was red-carded on 79 minutes.
Despite a frantic ending there were no more goals and Pwll took the points.
Bodorgan 0 Llannerchymedd 3
Mark Jones (2) and Gwion Thomas provided the goals which ensure Llannerchymedd remain top of Division One.
The visitors could also afford the luxury of a late missed penalty from Deion Evans.
Holyhead Town 2 Talysarn Celts 4
Three goals in the last 20 minutes turned a 2-1 deficit into a 4-2 victory for second-place Talysarn.
Kaine Bentley’s double had raised hopes of a home win, David Aaron Jones’ reply for Celts making it 2-1 to the Harbourmen at the interval.
However, the visitors produced a strong finish, Glyn Hughes-Thomas, Garem Jones and Luke Baum banking them the points.
Bontnewydd 1 Caergybi 2
Caergybi remain handily-placed in third after a 2-1 win in a stormy affair at Cae Stanley which featured FOUR red cards.
Top-scorer Louis Chapman and Mike Edwards found the net in the first half to give the visitors a two-goal interval lead.
The fireworks blasted off in the closing minutes with Bont’s Cai Wyn Edwards first to be dismissed on 87.
Alex Kalafusz converted an added-time penalty for the hosts, then Dan Williams and Marcus Bell were both sent off for Caergybi.
Kalafusz then also received his marching orders meaning both teams finished with nine men.
Bethesda Athletic 6 CPD Cefni 0
Ruthless Bethesda lie fourth just two points off the lead after dishing out six of the best against Cefni.
Man of the match Kyle Hartleb netted twice, Adrian Roberts, Osian Hughes, Noa Hughes and Sion Bullock also on target.
Llanystumdwy 10 Llangoed & District 2
Sion Parry’s latest hat-trick for Llanystumdwy took him to 21 goals in 2021-22.
The 24-year-old is now on 311 career goals built up over spells at Llan (231), Porthmadog Reserves (64), Bangor 1876 (9) and Porthmadog’s first team (7).
Parry’s three against Llangoed was his fifth hat-trick in as many games.
Tom Williams also grabbed three against the Anglesey side, Darren Parry two, Mark Godfrey and Kyle Williams one apiece.
Anthony Williams replied with a double for the visitors.
CPD Y Fali 1 Cemaes Bay 5
Matty Reynolds (2), Matty Roberts (2) and Ryan Folksman shared Cemaes’ goals in a convincing win at Y Fali, Cai Miller responding for the hosts, who had Mark Hamblin sent off.
Mountain Rangers 3 Bethesda Rovers 2
Gavin Owen, Tom Philp and Aled Rice bagged the goals which delivered a narrow win for Rangers, Osian Price (pen) and Lewis Jones pushing Rovers close.