Reserve Leagues – Saints halo slips as Gresford hit the leaders for six

Charlie Mann scored twice in a great win for Gresford Reserves. This graphic is from a previous game where Charlie was named Gresford’s man of the match – with thanks



Gresford Athletic Reserves 6 The New Saints Reserves 0

A stunning effort from Gresford saw them hammer the league leaders in a six-goal blitz.

Charlie Mann netted twice for the Colliers, while there was a goal apiece from Matt Thompson, Rhys Lloyd, Tom Williams and Alex Palmer.

Llay Welfare Reserves 1 Mold Alexandra Reserves 2

Despite being reduced to 10 men after just 17 minutes Mold went on to take maximum points at The Ring.

James Ratcliffe gave the visitors a 10th minute lead, but it was not long before the scorer saw a red card.

Hugh Jones made it all-square before the break, but Luke Muia notched what turned out to be the decider a minute into the second half.

Mold’s task was made easier when Welfare had Cameron Boyle dismissed after 70 minutes.

Rhos Aelwyd Reserves 1 Airbus UK Broughton Reserves 2

Nine-man Airbus still managed to emerge as victors at Rhos.

James McHarrie was shown a straight red card for the Wingmakers after 17 minutes and Rhos grabbed the lead on 37 via an Arron Thomas penalty.

Bradley Knight levelled for the visitors in the 63rd minute, but moments later Airbus man Matthew Wardell picked up an instant red, leaving the away side with nine players on the park.

Yet despite this Dylan Cunnah plundered an 84th minute winner for the Bus.

Brickfield Rangers Reserves P Chirk AAA Reserves P


Denbigh Town Reserves 2 Conwy Borough Reserves 3

Marcus Breese secured the honours for Conwy with a hat-trick at Central Park which included a penalty.

Breese struck on 37, 46 and 61 minutes for the Tangerines, replies from James Thomas and sub Ben Allis proving not enough to save Denbigh from defeat.

Holyhead Hotspur Reserves 1 Llandudno Under-23’s 3

Will Davidson, Adam Montgomery and Aaron Woodcock provided the crucial goals for Llandudno, Harley-jay Owen replying for the hosts.

Llangefni Town Reserves 0 Holywell Town Reserves 3

Leaders Holywell remain seven points clear after a three-goal triumph at Cae Bob Parry, where a Kyle Wilkes double and a Nathan Williams penalty made all the difference in the second half.


Penmaenmawr Phoenix Reserves 1 CPD Llanberis Reserves 1

Meilyr Sion Povey put Llanberis into a 35th minute lead, but Daniel Williams rescued a point for the table-toppers with a 46th minute equaliser.

Llanrug United Reserves P Bontnewydd Reserves P

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