Perfect 10 for Bangor 1876, while Bodedern make it eight in a row

Bangor 1876 striker Les Davies takes on the Gwalchmai defence. Picture: MATT JOHNSON



Bangor 1876 6 Gwalchmai 0

Report: Dr Jonathan Ervine

North Wales Coast West Premier Division leaders Bangor 1876 could face one of their toughest tests of the season this Saturday when they travel to Penrhyndeudraeth.

The match at Maes-y-Parc will see the fan-owned club renew acquaintances with former player and director of football Iwan Williams, who this season became Penrhyn’s manager.

1876 stretched their perfect league record to 10 straight wins last weekend with a 6-0 home thrashing of Gwalchmai, the result putting the Treborth club top of the table on goal difference.

Penrhyn have started the campaign pretty well themselves, winning seven out of eight with their only loss a bizarre 7-0 midweek reverse at Llanberis.

Last Saturday saw Bangor put in a lively performance against a Gwalchmai outfit they had beaten 4-0 away in August.

The deadlock was broken in the 18th minute. Following a corner kick on the right, the ball fell to Les Davies on the edge of the area. After taking a touch to control the ball, he unleashed a powerful shot to put 1876 a goal up.

Corey Jones came close to scoring for the fourth game in a row before the interval but his diving header from a Dylan Williams cross was well saved by Konner Druce in goal for Gwalchmai.

Half-time: 1-0

1876’s quick start to the first half was mirrored by the way they began the second period.

They doubled their advantage within five minutes of the restart after full back Joe Culshaw broke into the left side of the penalty area before cutting inside and firing home with a rocket shot.

In the 56th minute, a third goal arrived after the ball was worked across the field to Luke Steele, who side-footed home from the edge of the penalty area.

Five minutes later, Steele was tripped breaking into the box which gave Davies an opportunity from the penalty spot. He made no mistake, sending the goalkeeper the wrong way.

Dylan Williams managed to add a fifth goal in the 72nd minute after a through ball from substitute Ben Owen.

Williams grabbed his second with the last kick of the game as he finished well from close range.

Bangor 1876 North Wales Coast West Premier Division results – 2021-22 season
July 3: Pentraeth (home – North Wales Coast West Premier Division) 9-0 (Les Davies 3, Gethin Thomas 2, Chris Jones 2, Jamie Petrie, Cameron Barry)
July 7: Pwllheli (home – NWCWPD) 3-2 (Gethin Thomas, Joe Culshaw, Tomos Clarke)
July 21: Aberffraw (home – NWCWPD) 6-0 (Gethin Thomas, Tomos Clarke, Chris Jones, Les Davies 2, 1 pen, Sam Roberts)
Aug 11: Amlwch Town (away – NWCWPD) 9-0 (Sam Ashworth, Les Davies 2, Jamie Petrie 2, 1 pen, Joe Culshaw, Gethin Thomas 2, Harry Galeotti)
Aug 18: Gaerwen (away – NWCWPD) 9-1 (Tom Clarke 2, Cameron Barry 3, Harry Galeotti, Joe Culshaw, Les Davies, Ben Owen)
Aug 28: Gwalchmai (away – NWCWPD) 4-0 (Les Davies 3, Jamie Petrie)
Sep 3: Llanberis (home – NWCWPD) 3-0 (Les Davies, Cameron Barry, Chris Jones)
Sep 22: Menai Bridge Tigers (h – NWCWPD) 3-1 (Chris Jones, Jamie Petrie, Corey Jones)
Sep 25: Mynydd Llandegai (a – NWCWPD) 4-1 (Chris Jones 2, 1 pen; Cameron Barry, Corey Jones)
Oct 9: Gwalchmai (h – NWCWPD) 6-0 (Les Davies 2, 1 pen; Joe Culshaw, Luke Steele, Dylan Williams 2)
LEAGUE: Played 10 Won 10 Goals for 56 Goals conceded 5

Bodedern Athletic 5 CPD Mynydd Llandegai 1

Marc Evans bagged a hat-trick to move up to 28 goals for the season as Bodedern made it eight successive wins in the Premier.

Ricky Williams’ side maintained their 100 percent record despite having key regulars missing for the visit of Llandegai.

A Casey Gregg net-finder and an own goal made up the rest of Boded’s tally, Dirk de Waart with a consolation for the visitors.

Amlwch Town 1 Menai Bridge Tigers 6

Dean Redmond scored three times for a dominant Menai Bridge at Lon Bach.

Ryan Rowlands put Amlwch in front on 16 minutes, but Redmond levelled in first half stoppage time.

The second half was all about Aaron Rowlands’ side, Callum Thomas, Callum Davidson and a Sion Hogan penalty adding to the total before Redmond hit another brace for his hat-trick.

CPD Aberffraw 4 Pentraeth 0

Richard Roberts (2), Nathan Moore and Adam Hallybone notched the goals which delivered a comfortable win for Aberffraw over visitors Pentraeth.


Bontnewydd 4 (Sean McGrath 2, Osian Glyn, Osian McGuinness) Bethesda Rovers 0

Holyhead Town 0 Cemaes Bay 2 (Luke McKittrick, Matty Reynolds)

CPD Llannerchymedd 4 (Gwion Thomas 2, James Burgess, Llion Vaughan Jones) Llangoed & District 1 (Anthony Williams)

Llanystumdwy 3 (Tom Williams, Dafydd Roberts, Sion Guto Jones) Bodorgan 1 (Keenan Latham)

CPD Mountain Rangers 3 (Stuart Cooke, Aled Rice 2) CPD Cefni 2 (Warren Fletcher, Connor Roberts)

Waunfawr 3 (Shaun Roberts, Rhys Roberts, Steven Hughes) Llanfairpwll 3 (Jay Finter 2, 1 pen; Marquis Holland)

CPD Y Fali 1 (Jack Halton) Bethesda Athletic 8 (Scott Hughes 4, Noa Hughes 2, Mark Thomas, Joe Todd)

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