Llandudno score five to reach North Wales Coast Women’s Cup semi-finals

Ceri Slaney opened the scoring for Llandudno. Picture: IAN FRANCIS

Llandudno 5 (Slaney, E Jones, Hassall, Ridges OG, J Jones)
Amlwch Town 0
North Wales Coast Women’s Challenge Cup quarter-final

Llandudno are the first team into the semi-finals of the Challenge Cup after a five-goal success over Amlwch tonight.

Although the scoreline looks emphatic enough, the visitors from Anglesey put up a really good fight against their Genero Adran North opponents.

Former Amlwch player Ceri Slaney put Tudno in front on 17 minutes when she scored direct from a corner.

Top-scorer Ella Jones made it 2-0 at half time when she latched onto a header forward and finished one-on-one with the keeper.

Indie Hassall added a third after the break.

From a scramble in the goalmouth the ball was played back out to Stacey Tradewell, who then fed Slaney.

A cross from Slaney found Hassall, who controlled well and fired home.

The fourth home goal came in unfortunate fashion via Amlwch player Emily Ridges.

Tradewell fired in a shot which Ridges tried to clear with a header, but the ball went past her own keeper and into the net.

The final goal saw Sioned Phillips find Jess Jones. The shot was saved, but following a scramble in the area Jones managed to retrieve the ball and score number five.

Llandudno manager Sarah Colville said: “Fair play to Amlwch they never gave in and battled till the end. They have progressed so much since we played them in a friendly in pre-season.”

Other quarter-finals (taking place on Sunday, November 21)

Denbigh Town v Trearddur Bay
Llanystumdwy v Bangor 1876
CPD Pwllheli v NFA

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