Pwllheli teams lead both tables in the Gwynedd and Anglesey Netball Winter League

Undefeated Walis Bryngoch enjoyed another great win in Division Two

Four close matches took place in Division One during a superb night of action in the Gwynedd and Anglesey Netball League.

GWYNEDD AND ANGLESEY NETBALL WINTER LEAGUE RESULTS – NOVEMBER 23 & 24

ADRAN 1 CYNGRHAIR GAEAF/DIVISION 1 WINTER LEAGUE – NOV 24

Dolgellau 29-23 Penygroes Primos
(6-7; 16-14; 20-21; 29-23)

Penygroes Primos put up a great battle against Dolgellau

A scintillating final quarter from Dolgellau ensured they took the victory over a Primos side which led at the end of the third.

Penygroes edged the opener 7-6, but Dol were 16-14 in front come half time.

Entering the last, Primos were 21-20 to the good, but Dolgellau came up with a dynamic finish, winning the curtain-closer 9-2 to seal the honours.

Players of the Match
Players: Dolgellau – Ceris Hughes; Primos – Catrin Williams
Umpires: Dolgellau – Llio Parry; Primos – Claire Coles-Williams

Pwllheli Panthers 26-23 Llangefni
(4-6; 13-11; 17-19; 26-23)

In another classic, table-toppers Panthers had to pull out all the stops to overcome next-to-bottom Llangefni.

Cefni won the first 6-4, trailed 13-11 at the midway point, but at the completion of the third the Anglesey side led 19-17.

Panthers needed a big effort in the last and they produced it to take the session 9-4 and the match by three goals.

A superb contest, though, with Llangefni’s youngsters more than playing their part.

PoM
Players: Panthers – Cassie Ogilvy; Llangefni – Ceris Môn Hughes-Thomas
Umpires: Panthers – Steffi Studt; Llangefni – Cerys Michael

Menai Mavericks 29-24 WaliB’s
(7-4; 14-10; 23-16; 29-24)

Although the Mavericks were always ahead in this one, WaliB’s remained in contention till the end.

After bossing the third 9-6, it looked like Menai would win more comfortably, but Wali B’s took the last 8-6 make the final score very respectable.

PoM
Players: Mavericks – Jo Harris; WaliB’s – Tania Oakshott
Umpires: Mavericks – Steph Yau Jones; WaliB’s – Betsan Gruffydd

Arfon Celts 23-21 Dyffryn Ladies
(4-3; 14-10; 17-15; 23-21)

Closest battle of the night saw the Celts show their regular ability to win tight tussles.

Celts led 14-10 at halfway, but Dyffryn took the third 5-3 to set up a tense conclusion.

That final quarter ended 6-6, so a narrow, but hard-earned win for the Celts.

PoM
Players: Celts – Lucy Harrison-Jones; Dyffryn – Elin Evans
Umpires: Celts – Lucky Harrison-Jones; Dyffryn – Tesni Haf

ADRAN 2 CYNGRHAIR GAEAF/DIVISION 2 WINTER LEAGUE – NOV 23

Pwllheli Wildcats 21-11 WaliC’s
(1-3; 10-8; 14-9; 21-11)

Leaders Wildcats maintained their 100 percent record but had to up their game in the second half to see off the determined WaliC’s.

The Pwllheli side trailed 3-1 after the first and led just 10-8 at half time.

Wildcats, now with five straight wins, won the third 4-1 and the last 7-2 to give the final outcome a more emphatic look.

PoM
Players: Wildcats – Millie Foskett Roberts; WaliC’s – Non Thomas
Umpires: Wildcats – Cet Hughes; WaliC’s – Non Thomas

Môniars 31-14 Walis Difas
(7-3; 17-6; 21-10; 31-14)

The islanders were in command of this one virtually throughout.

PoM
Players: Môniars – Charnjit Grewal; Difas – Luned Owen
Umpires: Môniars – Nell Beaton; Difas – Luned Owen

Walis Bryngoch 31-20 Porthmadog
(7-5; 18-9; 26-15; 31-20)

After a close opening session, Bryngoch went on to dominate apart from drawing the last 5-5.

Before the final quarter, however, the unbeaten Walis team were 11 goals up.

PoM
Players: Bryncoch – Ellie Gossett; Porthmadog – Debbie Brookes
Umpires: Bryncoch – Ellie Gossett; Porthmadog – Diane Williams

Celts Bach 25-6 Clwb Pêlrwyd y Cymric
(8-2; 14-4; 18-6; 25-6)

Celts Bach always had the upper hand in this match against the students.

PoM
Players and Umpires: Bach – Lucy Harrison Jones; Cymric – Heledd Davies

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