Gwynedd and Anglesey netball – dramatic wins for Walis and Celts, while Bethesda and Bryncoch draw

Walis Difas had a fine win in Division Two

Gwynedd and Anglesey Winter Netball League report

NOVEMBER 10, 2021

DIVISION ONE

Up to and including November 10, 2021

Tim o Walis 26-25 Penygroes Primos
(7-5; 14-13; 18-21; 26-25)

In this battle of unbeaten teams Walis had to produce a dramatic recovery in the final quarter to edge a one-goal success.
Walis led 7-5 and 14-13 after session one and two respectively, but a big third segment saw Primos win it 8-4 and lead 21-18 ahead of the decider.
And it was Walis who won it 8-4 to seal a truly epic encounter.
Players of the Match
Players and Umpires:
Walis – Elen Edwards
Primos – Cherelle Jarvis

Arfon Celts 22-21 Menai Mavericks
(4-4; 8-10; 15-16; 22-21)

Celts produced a thrilling last quarter comeback to clinch the narrowest of victories over Anglesey’s Mavericks.
After a 4-4 opener, Menai led 10-8 at half time and 16-15 at the end of the third, but Arfon took the curtain closer 7-5 to win the match.
PoM
Players: Arfon – Beca Jones; Mavericks – Joanne Harris
Umpires: Arfon – Beca Jones; Mavericks – Kelly Roose.

Pwllheli Panthers 26-15 Dolgellau
(5-3; 10-8; 16-13; 26-15)

Leaders Panthers pulled clear by taking the final quarter 10-2, but for three sessions this match was very close.
Pwllheli led just 5-3, 10-8 and 16-13 before that last segment saw the Llŷn side dominant.
PoM
Players and Umpires:
Panthers – Cassie Ogilvy
Dolgellau – Ceris Hughes

Pwllheli Panthers recorded a good victory

Arfon Ladies 27-11 Llangefni
(8-1; 12-5; 19-7; 27-11)

A decisive enough triumph for Arfon although Llangefni’s youngsters did well to draw the second quarter four-apiece.
PoM
Players: Arfon – Elen Williams; Llangefni – Lottie Pleasant
Umpires: Arfon – Rachel Southall; Llangefni – Lottie Pleasant

NOVEMBER 9

DIVISION TWO

Up to and including November 9, 2021

Celts Bach 28-15 Môniars
(9-3; 14-6; 20-10; 28-15)

Celts Bach steadily built up their lead in every quarter and finished up 13 goals ahead.
PoM
Players: Celts – Luned Llwyd Roberts; Môniars – Ffion Jones
Umpires: Celts – Beca Jones; Môniars – Ffion Jones

Porthmadog 21-19 WaliC’s
(6-3; 14-9; 18-14; 21-19)

WaliC’s chipped away at their opponents’ lead in the second half, but Porthmadog held on for a 21-19 verdict.
PoM
Players and Umpires
Players: Porthmadog – Diane Williams; WalisC’s – Arwen Humphries

Cymric are an improving side

Walis Difas 17-9 Clwb Pêlrwyd y Cymric
(6-1; 11-3; 13-7; 17-9)

A comfortable winning margin for the Difas, but Cymric did well to take session three 4-2.
PoM
Players: Difas – Beca Haf; Cymric – Heledd Davies
Umpires: Difas – Luned Owen; Cymric – Cadi Evans

Bethesda 15-15 Walis Bryncoch
(2-2; 6-4; 8-11; 15-15)

Great game, a real topsy-turvy affair.
Pesda were 6-4 up at the midway stage, but Bryncoch took the third 7-2 to set themselves nicely for victory.
However, Bethesda won the last 7-4 to make sure it ended all-square.
PoM
Umpires: Bethesda – Sian Roberts; Bryncoch – Saran Jones
Players: Bethesda – Ceri Ogwen; Bryncoch – Saran Jones

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