Six games and 60 goals! What a day for North Wales women’s football!

Rosie Hughes scored nine times for Wrexham against Denbigh. Picture: GEMMA THOMAS PHOTOGRAPHY/WREXHAM AFC WOMEN

Six games and a total of 60 goals!

Has there ever been a weekend like it on the North Wales women’s football scene?

The weather may have been dull, wet and cold, but the finishing was red hot.

Here is a summary of the day’s action.

Reports from individual clubs to follow

RESULTS – NOVEMBER 28

GENERO ADRAN NORTH
Bethel 8 Llanfair United 4
Llandudno 4 Airbus UK Broughton 2
Pwllheli 1 Connah’s Quay Nomads 5
Wrexham 18 Denbigh Town 0

NORTH WALES WOMEN’S FOOTBALL LEAGUE
Amlwch Town 4 Northop Hall 2
Holywell P NFA P
Llanystumdwy P Llangefni Town P
CPD Y Rhyl 1879 12 Trearddur Bay 0

GENERO ADRAN NORTH

Pwllheli 1 Connah’s Quay Nomads 5

Five different goalscorers featured as Nomads remained top following an impressive win at Pwllheli.

One of the big pluses was a first goal from new signing, highly-rated 16-year-old Sienna Strapp.

Also on target were Jade Scott, top-scorer Kirstie Kural, Chelsea Bloor and Francesca Scott.

Lois Thomas replied for Pwllheli, who trailed 3-0 at half time.

Bethel 8 Llanfair United 4

Fabulous finisher Ffion Williams added five more goals to her collection as Bethel celebrated a big win over old foes Llanfair.

Fflur Williams (2) and Jordanne Greenough added the other goals for the home side, Gemma Jones (2, 1 pen), Dotty Evans and Emma Williams replying.

Llandudno 4 Airbus UK Broughton 2

Another three points for Llandudno but they did not have things all their own way against the Wingmakers.

Indie Hassall and Maddie Williams put Tudno two-up within the first 20 minutes, but Catrin Ellis hit back for the visitors.

Maddie Williams made it 3-1 on 28 minutes, but Poppy Smith notched a second for Airbus to set up an interesting second half.

Just the one goal came after the break, Hassall setting up Stacey Tradewell to make it 4-2 close to the hour.

Wrexham 18 Denbigh Town 0

Rosie Hughes scored NINE times for a Wrexham side which did a professional job throughout.

Hughes hit two double hat-tricks FOR Denbigh in the 2019-20 season, but went one better with a triple treble against her former club on Sunday.

Amber Lightfoot struck four times for the reds, Lauren Reese, Katie Sharp, Erin Lovett, Libby MacKenzie and Rebecca Pritchard adding one apiece.

NORTH WALES WOMEN’S FOOTBALL LEAGUE

Amlwch Town 4 Northop Hall 2

Teen supreme Lowri Thomas struck twice as Amlwch fought back from 2-1 down to beat the Hall at Lon Bach.

The win puts Town second, level on points with new leaders CPD Y Rhyl 1879.

Holly Mayers put the visitors in front on six minutes, but Lowri Thomas made it one-apiece after 25.

It was level at half time, but the Flintshire side regained the lead when Mayers put away her second just past the hour.

Amlwch now raised their game. Anna Roberts made it 2-2 on 65 minutes, then Joanna Bramwell edged the islanders ahead for the first time after 73.

And two minutes later Lowri Thomas’ second sealed the win – that is six victories in eight starts for the Anglesey aces.

CPD Y Rhyl 1879 12 Trearddur Bay 0

Candice Nellist led the charge with a hat-trick as Rhyl stormed to the top of the table.

Emily Bentley, Niomi Taylor, Tegan Crockett and Becca Bannister all scored two apiece, her second from a fantastic free kick, and Rachael Nattrass also made the scoresheet.
Trearddur so nearly pulled one back in the dying stages, but Chloe Taylor was denied by a magnificent save from Megan Robinson.

A fuller report will appear soon on this match.

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