Rhyl and District Sunday Football League previews for December 5

Royal Oak (blue) and Rhyl Wanderers do battle last weekend. Picture: MATT JOHNSON

RHYL AND DISTRICT SUNDAY LEAGUE FIXTURES

MATCHDAY 12 – DECEMBER 5

ALL LEAGUE MATCHES (KICK-OFFS 11 am)
Bar Bow v Millbank
Y Clwb v The Alex
Rhyl Wanderers v Six Bells
FC Mally v Royal Oak
Free date: Conwy Comrades

Table up to and including November 28, 2021

PREVIEWS (11 am kick-offs)

Bar Bow v Millbank

Leaders Millbank will look to keep their lofty status intact when they visit a Bar Bow side which has struggled for consistency so far.
Bow’s last outing was a very encouraging 3-2 win at Y Clwb in the Lee Jones Cup, but they will need a performance every bit as good to overcome the Millbank, who have mastered the art of edging close-fought games, as well as recording some more emphatic successes.

Y Clwb v The Alex

Buoyed by last weekend’s win at Six Bells with a much-depleted line-up, Y Clwb will be favourites to overcome next-to-bottom Alex.
These teams last clashed on November 7 in the NWCFA Sunday Challenge Cup, where Y Clwb from Glan Conwy were the visitors that day and won only 3-2.
Depending on the strength of the team they can field, Alex can prove a handful for anyone.

Rhyl Wanderers v Six Bells

Bottom of the table and yet to register a win, Wanderers are nonetheless a determined bunch who have impressed in earning draws at Millbank and Y Clwb this term.
Indeed, Wanderers have managed to score a few goals, but their problem has been conceding too many at the other end.
Six Bells will be aiming to bounce back after last Sunday’s disappointing loss at home to Y Clwb.
Bells have the league’s leading scorer in Macca Lewis, as well as a number of other quality performers.

FC Mally v Royal Oak

Potentially the match of the day with the on-form Oak aiming to make it six straight wins.
Players such as Josh Brown and Matty Rees will offer a genuine threat in front of goal for the Rhyl side managed by Mark Dudley.
Mally, the most successful team in the league’s history, have struggled to truly get going this season.
While outstanding in the cups, Andy Colville’s side have lost three out of five in the league, having gone down 2-1 at home to Conwy Comrades last weekend after hammering the same team 7-1 in the Premier Cup seven days earlier.
As is the case with most sides in the league, much may depend on the strength of line-up Mally can put out at Maes Derw.

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