Bar Bow target back-to-back wins in the Rhyl and District Sunday Football League

Harrison Bellis scored twice for Bar Bow on the opening day of the season

Rhyl and District Sunday Football League fixtures – September 25 (kick-offs 11 am)

FC Mally v The Alex
Bar Bow v Conwy Comrades
Royal Oak v Six Bells
Rhyl Wanderers v Millbank

Bar Bow will aim to make it back-to-back wins when they host Conwy Comrades in the Rhyl and District Sunday League tomorrow.

In the only league match on the opening weekend of the season, Bow outscored Royal Oak 4-2 to claim the very early leadership of the table.

Bow will look to the likes of Harrison Bellis, who scored twice against the Oak, for the goals, but it could prove tough against the Comrades, 11-1 winners over The Alex in League Cup combat last weekend.

Callum Parry, who notched four goals on his debut, is sure to be a danger man for the Conwy side.

Past quadruple winners three times, FC Mally of Llandudno Junction, entertain The Alex in a local derby tomorrow.

Mally were big 8-0 winners at Rhyl Wanderers in the North Wales Coast Challenge Cup last Sunday and their goal-packed squad are more than capable of giving The Alex a difficult assignment.

Royal Oak will be looking to bounce back from the Bow defeat when they entertain Six Bells, who were not in action last weekend.

The Millbank are due to play their first game of the campaign at Rhyl Wanderers, who were heavily defeated in the Challenge Cup by FC Mally on matchday one.

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