North Wales women’s football – eight games produce a stunning 62 goals!

Ella Jones (facing – stripes) scored seven for Llandudno at Denbigh. Picture: IAN FRANCIS



Llanfair United 2 (Gemma Jones, Sophie Cook) Wrexham 6 (Lucy Scott, Rebecca Pritchard pen, Rosie Hughes 3, Lauren Reese)

CPD Pwllheli 2 (Lois Thomas, Charley Davies) Airbus UK Broughton 0


Bethel 0 Connah’s Quay Nomads 3 (Kirstie Kural, Llinos Hughes, Shannon Hobbs)

Denbigh Town 0 Llandudno 20 (Ella Jones 7, Ceri Slaney 3, Maddie Williams 2, Rebecca Jarvis-Evans 2, Stacey Tradewell 2, Jasmin Dutton, Kelsey Davies, Maisy Johnson, Ffion Owen)


Amlwch Town P CPD Merched Tref Caernarfon P

Holywell 2 (Zoe Stopford, Sarah Massey) Llangefni Town 5 (Sian Elin Morgan-Price 2, Hannah Owen, Tash Jones, Ellie Coulson)

Llanystumdwy 2 (Ellie Williams, Hannah Wellings) NFA 5 (Emily Jones 2, Amy Webster, Rachel Lloyd, Stella Windsor)

Northop Hall 6 (Brygida Gorecka, Mollie Sigsworth 2, Sienna Strapp, Holly Mayers, Chelsea Evans) Trearddur Bay 0

CPD Y Rhyl 1879 8 Emily Bentley 5, Rachael Nattrass, Laura Williams, Candice Nellist) CPDM Bangor 1876 1 (Gwen Roberts)


Genero Adran North

Connah’s Quay Nomads chalked up an impressive 3-0 win at Bethel in Genero Adran Trophy Group 2 North.

Kirstie Kural and Llinos Hughes scored in the first half before Shannon Hobbs wrapped up the points early in the second stanza.

Ella Jones hit seven goals in Llandudno’s 20-0 victory at Denbigh.

Ceri Slaney added a hat-trick, while there were two apiece from Rebecca Jarvis-Evans, Maddie Williams and Stacey Tradewell.

Madison Williams on the ball for Llandudno. Picture: STEPHEN WHITFIELD

Jasmin Dutton, Kelsey Davies, Maisie Johnson and Ffion Owen scored one each.

In Group 1 North, Rosie Hughes netted three in Wrexham’s 6-2 success at Llanfair.

Lucy Scott, Rebecca Pritchard (pen) and Lauren Reese added singles for the visitors, Gemma Jones and Sophie Cook responding.

Lois Thomas and Charley Davies were on target as Pwllheli defeated Airbus 2-0.

North Wales Women’s League

Five-star Emily Bentley

Emily Bentley hit five as CPD Y Rhyl 1879 maintained their great start to the campaign with an 8-1 victory over previously unbeaten leaders CPDM Bangor 1876.

The visitors were without their two main strikers and other key players, but never gave in and Rhyl had to play well to achieve the desired result.

Bentley was the stand-out performer with her quintet, while Rachael Nattrass, Candice Nellist and Laura Williams also hit the net.

Gwen Roberts provided 1876’s consolation goal.

Llangefni Town triumphed 5-2 at a Holywell side playing their first game of the season.

Sian Elin Morgan-Price delivered a double for the Anglesey travellers, Hannah Owen, Tash Jones and Ellie Coulson also on the mark, Zoe Stopford and Sarah Massey hitting back for the Wellwomen in the second half.

Northop Hall comfortably saw off Trearddur Bay 6-0, Mollie Sigsworth netting twice, Brygida Gorecka, Sienna Strapp, Holly Mayers and Chelsea Evans completing the half-dozen.

NFA had to produce a big finish to get past spirited Llanystumdwy 5-2.

It was 2-2 until the latter stages, Ellie Williams and Hannah Wellings scoring for the hosts, but the Rhyl visitors eventually pulled clear.

Emily Jones struck twice, Amy Webster, Rachel Lloyd and Stella Windsor with the rest.

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