Women’s Welsh Cup: Wins for Wrexham, Llandudno, Airbus, Pwllheli and NFA

Ella Jones (right) scored four in a Llandudno shirt for the second week running. Picture: IAN FRANCIS

FAW Women’s Cup Qualifying Round results – SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 19

Denbigh Town 0 Llandudno 7 (Ella Jones 4, Ffion Owen 2, Jasmin Dutton)

Llanfair United 1 (Gemma Jones) Wrexham 6 (Rosie Hughes 5, Lauren Reese)

NFA 3 (Emily Jones, Ffion Evans, Sade Benjamin) Northop Hall 1 (Own goal)

CPD Pwllheli 4 (Lois Thomas 2, Sioned Bohana 2) Amlwch Town 0

Welshpool Town 0 Airbus UK Broughton 5 (Tegan Hewitt 3, Poppy Smith, Courteney Page)

ROUND-UP

Llanfair United 1 Wrexham 6

Rosie Hughes pictured after scoring a hat-trick earlier this season. Picture: GEMMA THOMAS PHOTOGRAPHY/WREXHAM AFC

Rosie Hughes was a five-goal star for Wrexham in their 6-1 Welsh Cup qualifying round victory at Llanfair United.
Hughes made it nine goals in three competitive games for her new team after going nap at Mount Field.
The former Llandudno striker knocked in a first-half hat-trick then added two further late goals, Lauren Reese also on the mark for the dominant visitors.
Gemma Jones provided a single reply for the home side.

Denbigh Town 0 Llandudno 7

Ella Jones

Ella Jones netted four times for the second match running as Llandudno breezed to victory at fellow Genero Adran North club Denbigh.
The 17-year-old proved unstoppable again as Tudno maintained their 100 percent start to the season – three wins in all competitions and 16 goals scored.
Ffion Owen was also on the mark twice for the visitors, while Jasmin Dutton also found the net.
Llandudno: Sara Williams, Maddison Williams, Jasmin Dutton, Rebecca Jarvis-Evans, Stacey Tradewell (Maisie Johnson 50), Kelsey Hughes, Ffion Owen, Ella Jones (Lois Thomas 63), Sioned Phillips (Ceri Slaney 80), Bethan Smith, Indie Hassall. Subs: Maddie Williams, Claire Colville.

CPD Pwllheli 4 Amlwch Town 0

Lois Thomas

Two goals apiece from Lois Thomas and Sioned Bohana saw Pwllheli safely through to the next round.
Thomas struck after 17 and 39 minutes to give the home side a two-goal half-time lead.
After the break, Bohana came on and scored a quick double to make the tie safe.

Welshpool Town 0 Airbus UK Broughton 5

Tegan Hewitt

Tegan Hewitt was a hat-trick star for an Airbus side which flew into the next stage of the Welsh Cup.
Hewitt scored all of her goals in a first half where Poppy Smith was also on target for the visitors.
Courtney Page added number five after the interval for an Airbus side which performed well in the absence of captain Abby Williams.

NFA 3 Northop Hall 1


After falling behind to an own goal, NFA recovered to be 2-1 up by half time thanks to finishes from Emily Jones and Ffion Evans.
In the second half, the brilliance of Hall keeper Bethan Thomas kept her side in the game, but she could not prevent Sade Benjamin heading in a decisive third from a Rachel Lloyd corner.

Report from NFA manager Andy Lloyd…

NFA started the game on the front foot and created several chances through quality football.
It was Northop Hall, however, who broke the deadlock when a ball over the top caused some confusion between defender and goalkeeper which ended with an own goal.
After this the NFA ladies upped their game again and were rewarded with an equaliser. After breaking through a very high defensive line, Emily Jones slipped the ball past the keeper into the corner.
The hosts controlled the game and continued their passing style, going 2-1 up with a through ball to Ffion Evans, who slotted beyond the goalkeeper. Half time 2-1 NFA.
Second half continued with NFA creating lots more chances and but for some brilliant goalkeeping from Bethan Thomas the game would have been over.
NFA persevered and got a corner. Rachel Lloyd whipped the ball over and it was Sade Benjamin who headed in at the far post. Plenty more chances for NFA but no more goals. Full time NFA 3-1. Good luck to Northop for the season and we will see you soon.

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