Rhyl and District Sunday League – Macca Lewis is a five-goal hero for Six Bells, wins for Oak, Millbank and Mally

Six Bells won 6-3 at Bar Bow

Rhyl and District Sunday Football League reports – November 14

Bar Bow 3 Six Bells 6

Magic Macca Lewis struck five times in his team’s victory over Bar Bow which also put him top of the Rhyl and District Sunday League hotshots chart on 10 goals.

It was a career-best performance from captain Lewis, who confirms he had never netted five in a senior game before.

Shaun Edwards was the other scorer for the visitors, who played more as a team than their opponents.

Colin Sargerson, Aaron Dodwell and Joel Rowlands were on target for Bow.

Six Bells raced into an early 2-0 lead, poor defending and less than convincing goalkeeping leading to Lewis’ first and second goal..

Five-goal Macca Lewis

Bow got back into it with a strike from the edge of the area by Sargerson to make it 2-1.

Five minutes later Bells failed to defend a corner too well and Dodwell equalised.

Right on half time a shot from Edwards was saved, only for Lewis to put away the rebound for his hat-trick.

Bar Bow and Six Bells (pink shirt) in action. Picture: MATT JOHNSON

Bow made four changes at half time but to no effect and Bells exploited the gaps as the hosts tried to push to get back into the game.

Lewis added four and five to his collection to seal the points.

Rowlands pulled it back to 5-3 with a great finish, but the visitors broke again and made it six with a cracking effort from Edwards.

Y Clwb 1 Royal Oak 4

The home side never showed up and in-form Oak took full advantage.

Josh Brown (2), Matty Rees and Sam Stopforth shared the away goals, Tyler Trow replying for the Glan Conwy hosts.

Rhyl Wanderers 1 FC Mally 5

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

Lee Ellis delivered a classy double as Mally romped to victory at Kinmel Bay.

The Junction lads started very brightly and but for the heroics of the Wanderers keeper would have been out of sight within the opening 15 minutes.

Mally also hit both posts and the crossbar in the early deluge.

The visitors finally opened the scoring on 21 minutes when a Sam Sinkinson corner was headed home by Jamie Moorhouse.

That was followed by number two shortly after when a corner was cleared to the edge of the area only for Ellis to score with a tremendous volley.

Francesco Gallina (Chech) made it 3-0 35 minutes in when a lovely floated cross from Ellis was headed into the far corner.

Wanderers got themselves on the scoresheet on the stroke of half time when Mally fell asleep from a corner, allowing Joe Smith to reduce the arrears.

Further chances came and went for Mally until midway through the second half Benn Lundstram turned in the box to fire a brilliant effort into the far corner.

Icing on the cake came in the final few moments when a dynamic run from Kyle Robb saw him pull the ball back in the box for Ellis to finish brilliantly with a clever back-heel.

Millbank 4 Conwy Comrades 2

Millbank (right) take on Conwy Comrades. Picture: MATT JOHNSON

Comrades led 2-1 at half time, but the hosts turned things around after the break.

Despite travelling with a depleted squad, the visitors took the lead through Ryan Thomas early on.

Simon Roberts took advantage of a keeper error to make it 1-1, but just before the interval a Jamie Haggas header put Conwy back in front.

Aidan Bell equalised from a 30-yard free kick, then new signing Luke Appleby edged the Rhyl side ahead on his debut.

Matt Toole rounded things off in style when he moved forward from halfway, beat a defender and lashed in a beauty from distance.

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