Cyngrhair Pêl-rwyd Gwynedd a Môn
Gwynedd and Anglesey Netball League
Adroddiadau/Reports – 30-11-21 & 1-12-21
ADRAN 1 – DIVISION 1 (1 Rhagfyr/Dec 1)
Tim o Walis 28-9 Dyffryn Ladies
(4-3; 10-3; 22-7; 28-9)
Walis lead the table on goal difference with a perfect record of six straight wins after comfortably outscoring Dyffryn.
Although the first quarter was close at 4-3, the table toppers won the second 6-0, the third 12-4 and the last 6-2.
Players of the Match
Players: Walis – Nia Tomos; Dyffryn – Lois Crookes
Umpires: Walis – Hanna Domagala; Dyffryn – Lois Crookes
Arfon Ladies 29-22 Pwllheli Panthers
(7-6; 16-11; 22-16; 29-22)
Like the Walis, Arfon Ladies have a 100 percent slate of six consecutive wins.
And their latest victory was an excellent one – 29-22 over previous leaders Panthers.
The opener saw Arfon lead just 7-6, but winning the second 9-5 established a crucial five-goal advantage.
Arfon also edged the last two 6-5 and 7-6 to take the honours.
Players: Arfon – Elen Davies; Panthers – Alaw Griffiths
Umpires: Arfon – Alaw Ceris; Panthers – Abbi Parkinson
Arfon Celts 37-25 WaliB’s
(7-6; 16-10; 27-17; 37-25)
An emphatic win for Celts, whose lead grew gradually throughout the match.
Players: Celts – Allison Williams; WaliB’s – Alaw Davies-Thomas
Umpires: Celts – Cerys Davies; WaliB’s – Alaw Davies-Thomas
Menai Mavericks 23-22 Dolgellau
(4-1; 12-5; 19-13; 23-22)
A stunning last quarter from Dolgellau so nearly earned them what looked like an unlikely draw.
Trailing 12-5 at half time, Dol won the third 8-7 but were still six behind entering the curtain-closer.
However, they took that last session 9-4 and finished just a goal behind in a great match.
Players: Mavericks – Leah Roberts; Dolgellau – Llio Parry
Umpires: Mavericks – Jo Harris; Dolgellau – Llio Parry
ADRAN 2 – DIVISION 2 (30 Tachwedd/Nov 30)
Walis Bryngoch 28-17 Pwllheli Wildcats
(7-5; 18-9; 21-13; 28-17)
Bryngoch went top of the table after a convincing win over previous leaders Wildcats.
Leading by nine at half time, the Walis side eventually finished 11 goals in front.
Walis teams now lead both divisions.
Players: Bryngoch – Ellie Gossett; Wildcats – Mia Roberts
Umpires: Bryngoch – Carrie Williams; Wildcats – Ella Roberts
Celts Bach 29-10 Walis Difas
(2-4; 11-6; 22-9; 29-10)
Despite losing the first quarter, Celts Bach soon took control.
By half time, the Celts were five goals in front and from there bossed the last two sessions 11-3 and 7-1.
Players: Bach – Dinah Grace Hardington; Difas – Beca Haf
Umpires: Bach – Lucy Harrison Jones; Difas – Luned Owen
Môniars 24-20 Bethesda
(5-6; 10-12; 18-15; 24-20)
Losing by two at half time, the Anglesey starlets turned things around in the last pair of quarters.
The third session, which Môniars won 8-3, was vital to the final outcome.
Players: Môniars – Charnjit Grewal; Bethesda – Bid Webb
Umpires: Môniars – Charnjit Grewal; Bethesda – Bethan Williams.
Clwb Pêlrwyd y Cymric 21-18 Porthmadog
(7-5; 10-8; 14-13; 21-18)
Cracking close match which saw Cymric celebrate just a second win of the season.
The students were always in front, just by one entering the final quarter, but they took the last 7-5 to seal the success.
Players: Cymric – Heledd Davies; Porthmadog – Sarah Williams
Umpires: Cymric – Cadi Evans; Porthmadog – Sarah Williams