Gwynedd and Anglesey Netball – Arfon Ladies take battle of invincibles, Bryngoch win again

Walis Bryngoch continue to lead the way in Division 2

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ADRAN 1 – DIVISION 1 (8 Rhagfyr/Dec 8)

Arfon Ladies 30-22 Tim o Walis
(12-3; 16-7; 24-14; 30-22)

Arfon are now the only Division One team with an unbeaten record after they won last week’s battle of the 100% sides against Tim o Walis.

Table-toppers Arfon made it seven victories on the bounce, always holding a comfortable lead despite losing the final quarter 8-6.

Players of the Match
Players: Arfon – Elen Williams; Walis – Elen Edwards.
Umpires: Arfon – Cadi Bracegirdle; Walis – Jenna Allsup

Dolgellau 33-27 Arfon Celts
(5-7; 14-15; 23-22; 33-27)

Dolgellau trailed at half time and were just one goal up ahead of the final quarter, but produced a big finish to win the last 10-5 and take the match.

Players: Dolgellau – Steph Owen; Celts – Flick Smith
Umpires: Dolgellau – Llio Parry; Celts – Sophie Patterson

Pwllheli Panthers 25-15 Penygroes Primos
(6-4; 10-9; 17-14; 25-15)

Primos were in this one right up to the final quarter, when the Panthers pulled clear to clinch the game.

Players: Panthers – Heidi Bakewell; Primos – Catrin Williams
Umpires: Panthers – Cassie Ogilvy; Primos – Catrin Williams

Menai Mavericks 28-23 Llangefni
(6-9; 14-13; 22-17; 28-23)

A great Anglesey derby saw Mavericks produced a crucial 8-4 winning third quarter.

Llangefni were three-up at the end of the first and trailed by just a single goal at the midway stage.

However, Menai then took command with that third session performance, the last finishing 6-6.

Players: Mavericks – Steph Yau Jones; Llangefni – Cerys Michael
Umpires: Mavericks – Jessie Jones; Llangefni – Molly Tooze

ADRAN 2 – DIVISION 2 (7 Rhagfyr/Dec 7)


Due to the storm and high winds, only two matches were played in Division 2 last Tuesday.

Walis Bryncoch 20-14 WaliC’s
(7-1; 10-7; 14-10; 20-14)

Bryncoch won the opener emphatically 7-1, but C’s bounced back brilliantly to take the second 6-3.

The next two quarters went Bryncoch’s way, however it was a great contest overall.

Players of the Match
Players and Umpires: Bryncoch – Ela Parry; WaliC’s – Alaw Davies.

Celts Bach 17-15 Bethesda
(5-5; 9-8; 14-12; 17-15)

Close all the way through, but Celts Bach just about retained the upper hand to win by two goals.

Players: Bach – Luned Llwyd Roberts; Bethesda – Bid Webb
Players: Bach – Sara Owens; Bethesda – Ceri Owen

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