Gwynedd and Anglesey Netball Winter League results and reports from February 8 and 9

Arfon Celts recorded a good win last Wednesday

Cyngrhair Pêlrwyd Gwynedd a Môn
Gwynedd and Anglesey Netball League
Gaeaf/Winter 2021-22
Adroddiadau/Reports – 8/2/22 & 9/2/22

ADRAN 1 – DIVISION 1 (Chwefror 9/February 9)

Arfon Celts 33-18 Llangefni
(8-4; 14-11; 25-15; 33-18)

Leading by just three goals at half time, Celts took command in the third and fourth quarters, winning them 11-4 and 8-3.
Players of the Match
Players: Celts – Erin Wyn Davies; Llangefni – Ceris Môn Hughes-Thomas
Umpires: Celts – Anya Jones; Llangefni – Elain Rhun

Penygroes Primos 26-18 Menai Mavericks
(4-4; 10-8; 17-13; 26-18)

Primos edged up to second in the table after a strong second half display against the Mavericks.
Only 10-8 up at the midway point, the Penygroes side won the third session 7-5 and the closer 9-5.
PoM
Players: Primos – Rhodd Alaw Parry; Mavericks – Gwen Roberts
Umpires: Primos – Cherelle Jarvis; Mavericks – Gwen Roberts

Dolgellau 26-19 Dyffryn Ladies
(7-6; 12-9; 19-14; 26-19)

Dolgellau led throughout and steadily increased their advantage over each quarter before ending seven goals in front.
PoM
Players: Dolgellau – Llio Parry; Dyffryn – Amelia Mayo
Umpires: Dolgellau – Llio Parry; Dyffryn – Elin Evans

Pwllheli Panthers 34-19 WaliB’s
(12-2; 19-7; 28-14; 34-19)

Although the scoreline shows Panthers won comfortably enough, they were given a fine battle by the WaliB’s, who lost the last three quarters just 7-5, 9-7 and 6-5.
Losing the first session by 10 goals left the Walis with too much to do, but they were very competitive for the rest of the match.
PoM
Players: Panthers – Cassie Ogilvy; WaliB’s – Lucy Tugwell
Umpires: Panthers – Abby Parkinson; WaliB’s – Lois Medi Jones

ADRAN 2 – DIVISION 2 (Chwefror 8/February 8)

Walis Bryncoch 22-11 Clwb Pêlrwyd y Cymric
(6-1; 15-3; 19-9; 22-11)

Bryncoch remain top of Division Two by a point after a convincing win, although Cymric did take the third quarter 6-4.
PoM
Players and Umpires: Bryncoch – Ffion Jones; Cymric – Cadi Evans

Môniars 27-25 WaliC’s
(8-6; 13-12; 20-21; 27-25)

A superb battle here, Môniars leading by just one goal at the midway stage, but trailing by one entering the last.
It was here the Anglesey side pulled out the stops, taking the final quarter 7-4.
PoM
Players: Môniars – Ffion Roberts; WaliC’s – Lili Ray
Umpires: Môniars – Cadi Rees; WaliC’s – Lea Jones

Porthmadog 32-25 Walis Difas
(7-9; 16-12; 28-19; 32-25)

Port lost the first quarter, took the next two 9-3 and 12-7 to be nine in front entering the last, only for Difas to finish on a high by winning the closer 6-4.
PoM
Players: Porthmadog – Sarah Williams; Difas – Dwynwen Jones
Umpires: Porthmadog – Non Jones; Difas – Dwynwen Jones

Celts Bach 23-14 Pwllheli Wildcats
(4-5; 8-7; 17-9; 23-14)

Celts Bach remain second after seeing off the team a place below them.
At half time the Celts were just one ahead, but a decisive third quarter saw them win it 9-2 to set up victory.
PoM
Players: Celts – Sophie Patterson; Wildcats – Thea Murray Williams
Umpires: Celts – Alaw Jones; Wildcats – Cet Hughes

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