Wins for Airbus, Ruthin and Prestatyn in the Cymru North, Conwy fight back to draw 3-3

Buckley striker Asa Hamilton (blue and yellow) takes on the Conwy defence. Picture; TREVOR JONES BTFC

Airbus UK Broughton 6 Holywell Town 1

Stephen Tomassen, Adam Davies and Jake Eyre all scored twice to help Airbus extend their lead at the top of the JD Cymru North to four points with a 6-1 win over Holywell Town.

Jake Cook had given Holywell a dream start before David Forbes was shown a straight red card for the away side in the eighth minute.

Tomassen equalised before the break, then in the second half it was all downhill for the Wellmen as the Wingmakers netted five more.


Bangor City 1 Ruthin Town 2

Matty Hill’s double earned Ruthin an excellent three points at Nantporth.

Hill edged the visitors in front in the 22nd minute, but Dante Isla levelled on the stroke of half time.

Town went 2-1 up through Hill’s second in the 76th minute before Bangor’s abysmal disciplinary record continued when Uruguayan Federico Tobler was dismissed for a second yellow card.

Conwy Borough 3 Buckley Town 3

After finding themselves 3-0 down after 22 minutes Conwy fought back to secure a dramatic point.

Buckley started well, Connor Roberts striking from inside the box on three minutes.

Luke Blizard netted from six yards to make it 2-0 in the 13th minute before Aled Bellis added a third on 22 from the edge of the box.

Corrig McGonigle’s 300th senior career goal at the age of just 24 gave Conwy hope before the interval.

Iolo Hughes cut the deficit to one on 61 minutes before Nathan Williams plundered the equaliser after 87.

Penrhyncoch 0 Prestatyn Town 2

Second half goals from Jacob Wise and Ashley Ruane ensured Prestatyn’s improved form continued with a 2-0 success at Cae Baker.

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