Gwynedd and Anglesey Netball League – Primos go top after beating previous leaders Walis

Penygroes Primos are top of the Division One table

Cyngrhair Pêlrwyd Gwynedd a Môn
Gwynedd and Anglesey Netball League
Gaeaf/Winter 2021-22
Adroddiadau/Reports – 1/3/22 & 2/3/22


Penygroes Primos 34-29 Tim o Walis
(7-6; 17-14; 29-21; 34-29)

Primos hit top spot in Division One with an outstanding win over previous leaders Walis.
The Penygroes team led throughout, although the third quarter was their best, winning it 12-7 after holding a narrow 17-14 lead at half time.
Walis took the last 8-5, but it was too late to turn the tide.
Players of the Match
Players: Primos – Rhodd Alaw Parry; Walis – Jenna Allsup
Umpires: Primos – Gwenan Môn Williams; Walis – Llinos Griffiths

Arfon Ladies 30-17 Llangefni
(6-3; 14-10; 27-14; 30-17)

While a 13-goal win looks emphatic enough, it was only a dominant third quarter from Arfon that made the real difference in this match.
Trailing just 6-3 after the opening and 14-10 at half time, Llangefni then lost the next session 13-4. The last finished 3-3.
Players: Arfon – Llinos Dobbins; Llangefni – Lottie Pleasant
Umpires: Arfon – Kathryn Caine; Llangefni – Lottie Pleasant

Pwllheli Panthers 19-16 Dolgellau
(6-4; 9-9; 15-10; 19-16)

It was all-square at the midway point, but a stronger second half from Panthers secured them the honours.
Like elsewhere, it was the third quarter, won 6-1 by Pwllheli, which did most to influence the final outcome.
Players: Panthers – Heidi Bakewell; Dolgellau – Nieve Murphy-Mayo
Umpires: Panthers – Abi Parkinson; Umpires – Ceris Hughes.


Pwllheli Wildcats 23-20 Bethesda
(6-4; 10-8; 16-16; 23-20)

After these two rivals stood 16-16 entering the last quarter, Pwllheli took the curtain-closer 7-4 to claim the win.
Wildcats led narrowly at the halfway point, but Bethesda won the third 8-6 to set up a thrilling final act.
Players: Wildcats – Cet Hughes; Bethesda – Sophie Williams
Umpires: Wildcats – Cet Hughes; Bethesda – Ceri Owen

Walis Bryncoch 23-18 Celts Bach
(4-4; 10-7; 14-13; 23-18)

First met second and it needed a big effort from Bryncoch in the last to record the victory.
The Walis team were just a goal in front before the final quarter, which they won 9-5 to seal a hard-fought triumph.
Players: Bryncoch – Erin Rhys; Celts Bach – Emily Jones
Umpires: Bryncoch – Marged Sion; Bach – Beca Jones

WaliC’s 24-12 Walis Difas
(5-4; 10-9; 16-11; 24-12)

It was close at half time, but a commanding last two quarters from WaliC’s earned them the points.
Players and Umpires: WaliC’s – Alaw Davies; Difas – Luned Owen

Clwb Pêlrwyd y Cymric 40-0 Môniars

Môniars forfeited

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