Gwynedd and Anglesey Winter Netball League – Tim o Walis lead Division One, WaliC’s make an amazing comeback

Arfon Ladies of Division One

Cyngrhair Pêlrwyd Gwynedd a Môn
Gwynedd and Anglesey Netball League
Gaeaf/Winter 2021-22
Adroddiadau/Reports – 25/1/22 & 26/1/22

ADRAN 1 – DIVISION 1 (26 Ionawr/Jan 26)

Pwllheli Panthers 23-22 Menai Mavericks
(5-6; 10-13; 16-16; 23-22)

One of the games of the season saw Mavericks hold a three-goal lead at half time, but Panthers produced a big third session, taking it 6-3 to level the match, and then edged the final quarter to collect the points.
Players of the Match
Players: Panthers – Cassie Ogilvy; Mavericks – Jo Harris
Umpires: Panthers – Alaw Griffiths; Mavericks – Jo Harris

Tim o Walis 36-22 WaliB’s
(10-7; 18-15; 26-19; 36-22)

Walis led by just three at half time, but bossed the last two segments 8-4 and 10-3 to record a convincing victory which keeps them top.
Players: Walis – Elen Williams; WaliB’s – Alaw Fon Roberts
Umpires: Walis – Manon Thomas; WaliB’s – Anna Jones


Penygroes Primos 30-23 Arfon Celts
(6-6; 14-13; 22-17; 30-23)

In a familiar pattern on the night, a strong second half display clinched the match.
Primos were just one ahead at the split, but won the last two 8-4 and 8-6.
Players: Primos – Rhodd Alaw Parry; Celts – Allison Grace Williams
Umpires: Primos – Gill Roberts-Jones; Celts – Erin Wyn Davies

Dyffryn Ladies 22-17 Arfon Ladies
(3-5; 8-9; 12-12; 22-17)

Second-place Arfon were beaten for the second time this season, this time by a determined Dyffryn.
Leading 9-8 at the midway stage, Arfon were dragged back to 12-12 heading into the last.
It was here that Dyffryn pulled out all the stops, winning the session 10-5 to claim the win.
Players: Dyffryn – Lois Crookes; Arfon – Alaw Ceris
Umpires: Dyffryn – Elin Evans; Arfon – Kathryn Caine

ADRAN 2 – DIVISION 2 (25 Ionawr/Jan 25)

Pwllheli Wildcats 32-19 Porthmadog
(7-7; 15-10; 23-12; 32-19)

After an even first quarter, Wildcats gained control and went on to win emphatically to grab top spot in Division Two.
Players: Wildcats – Millie Foskett Roberts; Porthmadog – Non Jones
Umpires: Wildcats – Thea Murray Williams; Porthmadog – Non Jones

Celts Bach 18-6 Clwb Pêlrwyd y Cymric
(4-1; 7-3; 11-5; 18-6)

Celts led throughout, steadily increasing their advantage before running out victors by 12 goals.
Players: Celts – Lotte Hamilton; Cymric – Cadi Evans
Umpires: Celts – Luned Llwyd Roberts; Cymric – Cadi Evans


WaliC’s 26-24 Bethesda
(6-6; 9-13; 14-21; 26-24)

Comeback of the season from the WaliC’s!
Seven goals down entering the final quarter, the C’s produced a massive effort to take the last 12-3 and steal the match.
Players: WaliC’s – Alaw Davies; Bethesda – Lowri Burgess
Umpires: WaliC’s – Alaw Davies; Bethesda – Kirsty Jones

Walis Bryncoch 32-19 Môniars
(9-7; 19-11; 25-17; 32-19)

Following a close first quarter, Bryncoch took the second 10-4 and from there were always going to finish up victorious, even though the third produced six goals apiece.
Players: Bryncoch – Ffion Jones; Môniars – Charnjit Grewal
Umpires: Bryncoch – Ela Parry; Môniars – Ffion Roberts

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