Rhyl and District Sunday League – great wins for Oak, Y Clwb and BarBow

Rhyl Wanderers (orange) and Bar Bow do battle. Picture: MATT JOHNSON

RHYL AND DISTRICT SUNDAY FOOTBALL LEAGUE MATCHDAY 6

REPORTS – OCTOBER 24

Rhyl Wanderers 4 BarBow 7

An 11-goal thriller saw BarBow emerge victorious for the second consecutive Sunday.

Having won 8-0 at The Alex in the Premier Cup seven days earlier, this time Bow bagged vital league points.

Martin King recorded a perfect hat-trick, Joel Rowlands added a double and there were singles for John Atherton and Alfie Harrison.

Wanderers put up a good battle, replying through Lewis Evans, Owen Hughes, Luke Bradshaw and Tawse Cox.

Bow started well and got the early goal after Arron Querci played a lovely ball in and King smashed home on the volley.

Wanderers did not let their heads drop and came right back at the visitors.

They won a free kick on the edge of the box. Bradshaw put a lovely ball in to the back post where Evans nodded home.

Wanderers went 2-1 up after a long goal kick wasn’t dealt with by the Bow back-line and Hughes was there to score.

Bow had to up it a gear and they did. Aaron Dodwell went on a run, put the ball into the box and King netted with a thunderous header.

The visitors then won a very harsh penalty after a handball appeal was given. Up stepped King for his perfect treble.

Half time: Wanderers 2 BarBow 3

Bow (light shirts) look to stop this Wanderers raid. Picture: MATT JOHNSON

Bow began the second half really strongly. Rowlands flicked a ball on and Atherton beat the keeper with a great strike.

Wanderers bounced back again, this time Evans assisting Bradshaw to make it 4-3.

It was soon 5-3 after a long Colin Sargerson throw went in off the back of Rowlands.

Within a matter of minutes Tom Dodd delivered perfectly and Rowlands did the rest, rounding the keeper to calmly slot away.

Wanderers rallied again and won a late corner. Bradshaw’s ball in was converted into a goal by a cracking Cox header.

Right at the end Bow broke three-on-one and Rowlands crossed for Harrison to slot in.

Royal Oak 3 The Millbank 0

Royal Oak (dark blue) clash with The Millbank. Picture: MATT JOHNSON

Millbank’s unbeaten start to the season was brought to an abrupt end by a Royal Oak side which did all the damage in the first half.

Goals from Adam Cassidy, Josh Brown and Callum Murphy gave the Oak a 3-0 interval lead which they never looked like relinquishing.

Although the Millbank did have some big chances in the second half, it was not their day in front of goal.

Royal Oak on the attack. Picture: MATT JOHNSON

Conwy Comrades 1 Y Clwb 4

Glan Conwy aces Y Clwb remain unbeaten after an outstanding victory over previously undefeated Comrades.

Y Clwb made a flying start when goals from Cai Moore and Dion Lloyd put them two-up within the first 15 minutes.

Comrades came back strongly and after some close calls Fin Jones halved the arrears before the break.

Ten minutes into the second half, Y Clwb had Jody Moore sent off. This surely made Comrades favourites to go on and win the game, but it was here that the Glan Conwy outfit really showed their mettle.

A Cory Young penalty, awarded for a foul in the box on Kyle Kelly, made it 3-1 and Lloyd added another before the end.

Eighteen-year-old Rooney Moore took on the managerial duties for Y Clwb, with Dan Parry not available.

2021-22 SEASON RESULTS

Matchday Six – October 24

Rhyl and District Sunday League matches

Royal Oak 3 (Adam Cassidy, Josh Brown, Callum Murphy) The Millbank 0

Conwy Comrades 1 (Fin Jones) Y Clwb 4 (Cai Moore, Dion Lloyd 2, Cory Young)

Rhyl Wanderers 4 (Lewis Evans, Owen Hughes, Luke Bradshaw, Tawse Cox) BarBow 7 (Martin King 3, Joel Rowlands 2, John Atherton, Alfie Harrison)

Matchday Five – October 17

Premier Cup quarter-finals

The Alex 0 BarBow 8 (Harrison Bellis 3, Richard Hill 2, Martin King 2, Matt Pleavin)

Y Clwb 6 (Max Williams 3, Tom Williams, Cory Young, Kyle Kelly) Royal Oak 4 (Matty Rees 2, Nick Sanders 2)

The Millbank 4 (Paul Ham, Jack Davies, Jordan Cemagolu, Joel Poh) Rhyl Wanderers 3 (Joe Smith, Will Smith, Luke Bradshaw)

Conwy Comrades P FC Mally P

Matchday Four – October 10

Rhyl and District Sunday League

Bar Bow 0 FC Mally 1 (Adam Hold)

Y Clwb 2 Rhyl Wanderers 2 (James Olte, Dave Coleman)

Millbank 5 (Jack Davies 3, Joel Poh, Aidan Bell) Six Bells 4 (Macca Lewis 2, Cole Rich, Cal Foster)

The Alex 3 (Jack Williams 2, Jack McGovern) Conwy Comrades 4 (Skye Shields 3, Jamie Haggas)

Matchday Three – October 3

Rhyl and District Sunday League

Bar Bow 1 (Kelvin Berks) Y Clwb 3 (Kyle Kelly, Cory Young, Tom Williams)

The Millbank 3 (Matty Beach, Simon Roberts, Matt Toole) FC Mally 2 (Benn Lundstram, Lee Ellis)

The Alex 1 (Steve Collins) Royal Oak 5 (Adam Cassidy, Josh Brown 2, David Gray, Dean Hughes)

Six Bells 1 (Macca Lewis) Conwy Comrades 1 (Ryan Lewis)

Matchday Two – September 26

Rhyl and District Sunday League

FC Mally 2 (Benn Lundstram 2) The Alex 5 (Jack Mcgovern 2, Jack Williams, Steve Collins, Joey Jennings)

Six Bells 5 (Macca Lewis, Ricky Kendrick, Callum Foster, Danny Taylor, Cole Rich) Royal Oak 2 (Matty Rees, Charlie Thorley)

Bar Bow 2 (Kelvin Berks, James Harrison) Conwy Comrades 5 (Jamie Haggas 2, Callum Parry 2, Harri Lloyd)

Millbank 1 (Matt Toole) Rhyl Wanderers 1 (James Olte)

Matchday One – September 19

North Wales Coast Challenge Cup
Rhyl Wanderers 0 FC Mally 8 (Kacper Spirydowicz, Thomas Prince, Kyle Robb 2, Jamie Moorhouse, Benn Lundstram 2, Peter Jones)

Rhyl and District Sunday League
Bar Bow 4 (Harrison Bellis 2, John Atherton and James Hill) Royal Oak 2 (Tom Jones, Paul Campion)

Rhyl and District Sunday League Cup
Conwy Comrades 11 (Callum Parry 4, Skye Shields 2, Sean McIlvogue, Ryan McIlvogue, Kai Davies, James Cory, Jack Kearney) The Alex 1

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