Only Division Two matches were possible in the Gwynedd and Anglesey Winter Netball League last week due to weather-related problems.
Tuesday’s games saw top two, Walis Bryncoch and Celts Bach, both in winning form.
Cyngrhair Pêlrwyd Gwynedd a Môn
Gwynedd and Anglesey Netball League
Adroddiadau/Reports – 15/2/22
Celts Bach 33-12 Môniars
(10-4; 19-7; 23-10; 33-12)
Celts Bach won all four quarters, with only the third (4-3) being close.
The result keeps Celts just a point behind leaders Walis Bryncoch but having played a game more.
Players: Bach – Lucy Harrison Jones; Môniars – Kelsi Jones
Umpires: Bach – Dinah Grace Hardington; Môniars – Angharad Rowlands
WaliC’s 29-26 Porthmadog
(7-7; 13-14; 21-19; 29-26)
WaliC’s trailed 14-13 at half time, but then produced two big quarters to achieve an exciting three-goal victory.
Players: WaliC’s – Alaw Davies; Porthmadog – Sarah Williams
Umpires: WaliC’s – Alaw Davies; Porthmadog – Non Jones
Clwb Pêlrwyd y Cymric 24-11 Walis Difas
(5-3; 10-7; 19-9; 24-11)
This battle between two sides in the lower end of the table saw Cymric emerge as convincing winners.
It was quite close at half time, Cymric 10-7 in front, but they took the third 9-2 and that sealed the victory.
Players: Cymric – Heledd Davies; Difas – Nel Davies
Umpires: Cymric – Swyn Edwards; Difas – Luned Owen
Walis Bryncoch 27-19 Bethesda
(10-0; 18-4; 21-11; 27-19)
The opening quarter produced a rare whitewash, Bryncoch taking it 10-0.
After winning the second 8-4, to lead 18-4 at half time, it looked like the Walis side were going to complete a massacre.
But back came Bethesda to win the third 7-3 and they also came out on top the last 8-6.
A great recovery from Pesda, but they fell too far behind in the opening two sessions to affect the end result.
Players: Bryncoch – Ffion Jones; Bethesda – Lowri Burgess
Umpires: Bryncoch – Ffion Jones; Bethesda – Kirsty Jones.