Raise your glasses to Corrig McGonigle – 300 career goals reached today.
The Conwy Borough striker hit the magic milestone by scoring his team’s first in a thrilling 3-3 home draw with Buckley Town.
Still only 24 years of age, Corrig was a prolific marksman in junior football before netting 33 times in his first season with Llangoed in the Anglesey League in 2013/14.
He went on to become one of the finest hitmen to appear in the former tier 3 Welsh Alliance League, where he banged in 145 goals over four seasons with Pentraeth, Glantraeth and Conwy Borough.
He won the Division One title with Glantraeth in 2016/17 and was part of the Boro side in 2017/18 which scooped the treble of league championship, FAW Trophy and Cookson Cup.
Corrig, from Llansadwrn, near Menai Bridge, has remained a consistent net-finder in the Cymru North, netting 23 and 25 in his first two seasons with Conwy.
He is on seven goals for the current campaign.
Corrig has also twice won the Bob Brodie Trophy, which annually recognises the top goalscorer in Anglesey senior football.
He was also a past member of the Bangor City Development side crowned Welsh Premier League National Champions.
Congratulations Corrig McGonigle – a true phenomenon of North Wales football.
CORRIG McGONIGLE – 300 CAREER GOALS
2021-22: Conwy Borough (Cymru North) 7
2020-21: Season cancelled
2019/20: Conwy Borough (Cymru North) 25
2018/19 – Conwy Borough (Huws Gray Alliance) 23
2017/18 – Conwy Borough (Welsh Alliance) 59
2016/17 – Glantraeth (Welsh Alliance) 59/Caernarfon Town (Huws Gray Alliance) 2
2015/16 – Pentraeth (Welsh Alliance) 64
2014/15 – Pentraeth (Welsh Alliance) 28
2013/14 – Llangoed and District (Anglesey League) 33
Conwy Borough 114
Caernarfon Town 2