Catch-up – North Wales reserve league football reports from last weekend

Penmaenmawr Phoenix Reserves pictured earlier this season

FAW RESERVE LEAGUE NORTH EAST

Brymbo Reserves 1 Connah’s Quay Nomads Reserves 0

Kai Jackson’s 69th minute goal was enough to clinch maximum points for Brymbo against the Nomads.
It was the Steelmen’s very first win of the season at the lucky 13th attempt.
Before last Saturday, Brymbo’s record was: played 12 lost 12, but third-place Nomads were unable to stop them finally coming good.

Chirk AAA Reserves 0 Cefn Druids Reserves 1

Substitute Vinnie Cooke notched a 78th minute decider for second-placed Druids at Holyhead Road.
The 16-year-old Cooke had only been on the field for seven minutes before he struck.
Chirk’s cause was far from helped by the fact they had two men sent off in the first half – Tom Roberts and Harry Jones.

Rhydymwyn Reserves 0 Mold Alexandra Reserves 1

Luke Vincenzo Muia scored the only goal in the very first minute of this local derby at the Mornflake Mighty Oats Stadium.

FAW RESERVE LEAGUE NORTH WEST

Bala Town Reserves 1 Llandudno Under-23’s 3

Greg Hall put Llandudno well on their way to victory at Maes Tegid with goals in the sixth and 23rd minutes.
Karl Richardson made sure of an away win with a third for Tudno in the third minute of stoppage time.
Cai Aykroyd responded with a 68th minute penalty for Bala, for whom Will Hughes missed an earlier spot kick.
Llandudno’s copybook was blotted when Kyle Kelly was shown a red card in added time.

Llanrwst United Reserves 9 Denbigh Town Reserves 0

A ruthless showing from Llanrwst at home to next-bottom Denbigh.
Ashley Seddon (2), Morgan McBreeze, Richard Cai Kearney and Daniel Hughes made it 5-0 at half time.
In the second period, Dion Lloyd and Sion Roberts both added doubles.

Ruthin Town Reserves P Porthmadog Reserves P

NORTH WALES COAST LEAGUE RESERVE DIVISION

Bontnewydd Reserves 0 CPD Pwllheli Reserves 2

Robin Thomas booked maximum points for Pwllheli with goals in the 28th and 94th minutes at Cae Stanley.

Penmaenmawr Phoenix Reserves 5 Kinmel Bay Reserves 1

Phoenix are four points clear at the peak following last Saturday’s comfortable success over Kinmel Bay.
Ben Hughes (2), Harry Benjamin (pen), Morgan Roberts and Joe Williams split the home goals, Tom Dodd replying from the spot.
Benjamin also missed a penalty in the first half, two minutes after he converted the previous one.

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