North Wales women’s football previews for Sunday, Nov 14 – Pwllheli v Bethel could be match of the day

Sienna Strapp (left) with Connah’s Quay Nomads women’s manager Jordan Parry. Picture: NCM MEDIA


Genero Adran North (2 pm)

Airbus UK Broughton v Wrexham

Airbus will be going all out for a repeat of their thrilling 5-4 victory over Wrexham in the Genero Adran Trophy a fortnight ago.

This time league points are on offer at the Hollingsworth Group Stadium in Broughton.

Connah’s Quay Nomads v Llanfair United

New teenage signing Sienna Strapp comes into contention for a place in the Nomads squad this Sunday.

Strapp, 16, joined the Deesiders this week from Northop Hall, where she emerged through the girls football pathway.

She is also signing with the view to join the 2021/22 women’s scholarship programme at Coleg Cambria Deeside.

A right wing-back, the new recruit is very pacey and had already scored three senior goals for Northop Hall this season before her move.

Denbigh Town v Llandudno

With a 7-0 Welsh Cup win and 20-0 Adran Trophy success over Denbigh already this season, Llandudno will be strong favourites to rack up a third victory of 2021-22 against the bottom side.

Pwllheli v Bethel

The tightest contest of the day could be in store at the Rec, where a Pwllheli side beaten just once in eight games host Genero Adran North leaders Bethel.

Pwll’s seven-match winning run came to an end with a 5-0 home defeat against Llandudno last weekend, so the Llyn side will be determined to avoid back-to-back losses.

Bethel have amassed 37 goals in their last two matches against Denbigh, but know Pwllheli will be much harder opponents.

North Wales Women’s League (2 pm)

Amlwch Town v Holywell Town

Amlwch produced a superb performance to get a 1-1 draw at Rhyl 1879 last Sunday, also ending the home side’s 100 percent record.

The Anglesey outfit will be favourites to overcome a Holywell outfit which celebrated their first ever league point last weekend.

Bangor 1876 v Northop Hall (at Plas Ffrancon, Bethesda)

Leaders 1876 can expect a tough test against Northop Hall, who were surprise losers at home to Llanystumdwy last weekend, the Flintshire side having won three of their first four matches.

Bangor have lost just the once and among those who could return for Jonny Batten’s side is striker Ceri Lois.

Llangefni Town v CPD Y Rhyl 1879

Unbeaten Rhyl will come up against a Llangefni side which has proved on many occasions this season they are no pushovers.

The Anglesey newcomers have already recorded three wins, but will face one of their hardest tests yet against a visiting team combining youth and experience effectively so far.

Trearddur Bay v NFA

Trearddur picked up their first point last weekend when they drew 2-2 with Holywell, recovering from two goals down.

Chris Davies’ team will find Rhyl visitors NFA a harder proposition. Andy Lloyd’s charges are third in the table with three wins from four and possess a number of potential goal threats.

Welshpool Town v Llanystumdwy

Welshpool have yet to earn a point, but are getting closer and with home advantage could make life difficult for Llanystumdwy.

However, Carl Williams’ side celebrated their second league win in tremendous style last weekend, fighting back from 2-0 down to beat Northop Hall 3-2.

Llan will take great confidence from that result.

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