Sunday cup joy for FC Mally and Comrades, Bow battle abandoned

Kyle Robb (pink) on the ball for FC Mally. Picture: MATT JOHNSON


Premier Cup semi-finals

Millbank 0
FC Mally 5 (OG 17, Sinkinson, Gallina pen, R Jones. Robb)

Mally completed a hat-trick of cup wins over the Millbank this season, the latest being their most convincing yet.

After a quiet opening to Sunday’s game at Coronation Gardens, Rhyl, the Junction side took the lead on 17 minutes when a great ball in from Sam Sinkinson was turned into his own net by a Millbank player.

Mally soon doubled their total when Sinkinson slotted home.

Jamie Moorhouse wins aerial ball as the Mally attack. Picture@ MATT JOHNSON

Francesco Gallina converted from the spot after Adam Hold was brought down, making it 3-0 at half time.

Ricky Jones added a fourth for the boys in pink and Kyle Robb put the icing on the cake with the final goal in a five-star Mally performance.

Robb slotted home after brilliant work from Gallina and Tom Prince saw the latter set up the scorer.

Mally have now made it to two finals from the same number of competitions so far this season.

Bar Bow A
Y Clwb A

Bar Bow and Y Clwb (green) compete for the ball before the trouble kicked off. Picture: MATT JOHNSON

This tie was abandoned after 25 minutes due to an off-the-ball incident while the game had been stopped following a foul.

The league will be holding an investigation.

Lee Jones Cup semi-final

Six Bells 0
Conwy Comrades 5
(Tidswell 2, Haggas, Roberts, Cory)

Comrades and Six Bells (pink) in action on Sunday. Pictures: MATT JOHNSON

Comrades completed back-to-back cup wins over Bells with an outstanding away performance.

Jordan Tidswell struck twice for the visitors, while there were also goals from top-marksman Jamie Haggas, Harry Roberts and James Leonard Cory.

Man of the match was Lewis Mitchell.

  • Points deducted = 3 – Millbank, Six Bells; 9 – The Alex
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