Five North Wales girls make the Genero Adran North Team of the Week !

Magi Hughes (red and white – on the ball) and Katie Bowe (right) in action for Pwllheli on Sunday. Picture: johnsimages – Airbus FC

Fantastic to see FIVE North Wales players selected for the Genero Adran Leagues Team of the Week.

Katie Bowe and captain Magi Hughes both starred for Pwllheli in their 6-2 win at Airbus, Yasmin Williams struck twice – including an injury-time decider – in Bethel’s thrilling 3-2 success at Connah’s Quay Nomads, whose winger Tamara Hamer also found the net.

And last, but certainly not least, Rosie Hughes bagged yet another hat-trick as Adran North leaders Wrexham outscored Llanfair United 5-2.


Katie Bowe

Katie Bowe

All-time North Wales great had her best game for Pwllheli, scoring two long distance specials and laying on two assists in a 6-2 win at Broughton.
Not surprisingly, she was named Player of the Match and won high praise from her team-mates.

Yasmin Williams

Yasmin Williams

Two years ago Yasmin made national headlines by becoming the first female to pass out of the Infantry Training Centre with the Welsh Guards.
Alongside her military career, Yasmin has remained an influential player for CPD Bethel and on Sunday had one of her finest senior games for the club.
She scored twice in a 3-2 victory at Connah’s Quay Nomads. Bethel trailed 2-0, but Yasmin’s double, plus a Fflur Williams goal, turned the tables dramatically.

Magi Hughes

Magi Hughes (red and white) takes on Airbus. Picture: johnsimages – Airbus FC

Now captain of CPDM Pwllheli, midfield general Magi has been in tremendous form this season.
Although she doesn’t see herself as a specialist goal-scorer, the 23-year-old central midfielder netted with a lovely volley and put away a penalty away to Airbus on Sunday.

Rosie Hughes

A familiar image of Rosie Hughes finding the net. Picture: BRIAN PRYDDEN

Top scorer across the entire Adran League, Rosie boosted her total to 26 with her fifth hat-trick of the campaign on Sunday.
The 26-year-old goal machine. who is on 36 in all competitions, hit another three in Wrexham’s 5-2 win over Llanfair.
Those 26 league goals have come in just 11 matches, with the 36 overall accrued over 17 games. Phenomenal.

Tamara Hamer

Tamara Hamer (grey shirt) in action for Nomads. Picture: DAI SINCLAIR

This 21-year-old prospect has proved a real asset in her first season as a Nomads player.
The speedy student at Edge Hill University, Ormskirk, has netted six times for the Quay this season and provided many more assists.

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