Results and reports from North Wales football – Friday, November 5

Matty Jones hit four goals for Porthmadog against Y Felinheli

NORTH WALES SENIOR FOOTBALL RESULTS – FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 5

JD CYMRU PREMIER

Bala Town 0 Connah’s Quay Nomads 4

Champions Nomads hauled themselves into the top six with a best result of the season.
Craig Harrison’s side made the ideal start when Callum Morris converted a fourth-minute penalty given for a foul by Nathan Peate on Aeron Edwards.
In the 23rd minute the lead was doubled. John Disney’s fine ball from midfield released Declan Poole down the right and his low cross was turned into a goal by Craig Curran.
Ryan Harrington’s stunner from more than 20 yards made it 3-0 five minutes into the second half.
Harrington and Mullan combined nicely again in the 58th minute to set up Morris for his second of the night.
On November 5 the fireworks well and truly arrived for Nomads and lit up their season.

Cefn Druids 0 Newtown 5

Bottom side Druids lost for their 11th time in 12 matches.
Aaron Williams (3) and Nick Rushton (2) shared the goals for Newtown.

JD CYMRU NORTH

Ruthin Town 0 Llangefni Town 1

A huge three points for Llangefni secured by a 60-yard effort from defender Andy Sinclair deep into added time lifted the Anglesey side off the bottom.
The achievement was all the more admirable for Chris Roberts’ men having had Steve Kehoe red carded on 81 minutes.

LOCK STOCK ARDAL NORTH EAST

Welshpool Town 2 Rhos Aelwyd 2

Goals from Daniel Roberts and Aled Parry earned Rhos Aelwyd a point at Maesydre.
Welshpool responded through Ryan Edwards and a Dyfan Smith own goal.

LOCK STOCK ARDAL NORTH WEST

Porthmadog 8 CPD Y Felinheli 0

Matty Jones scored four times as Porthmadog rattled up an 8-0 victory which put them five points clear at the summit.
Julian Williams (2), John Littlemore and Rhys Alun made up the rest for the hosts in a game watched by 269 at Y Traeth.

NORTH WALES COAST WEST FOOTBALL LEAGUE PREMIER DIVISION

Menai Bridge Tigers 9 Gaerwen 1

Dylan Jones handed visitors Gaerwen a shock second-minute lead at Treborth but after that it was all Menai Bridge.
Mitchell Jones, Paul Rowlands, Callum Thomas (2, 1 pen) and Callum Graves netted for the hosts to make it 5-1 at the interval.
In the second half, Dean Redmond bagged a double and Graves struck twice more to make it a hat-trick.

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