Top two pile on the goals in big Rhyl and District Sunday Football League victories

Great action from Mally (pink) versus Rhyl Wanderers. Photo: JACK BECK


The first league matches in three weeks took place in the Rhyl and District Sunday League this weekend.

League reports – MARCH 6

FC Mally 5 Rhyl Wanderers 2

Tom Prince scored a dazzling hat-trick as Mally secured the win which keeps their title hopes alive.

The fourth-place Llandudno Junction side entertained Rhyl Wanderers knowing they have to keep winning for a chance to finish up champions.

Mally had plenty of early chances before a wonderful goal by Prince from fully 30 yards brilliantly found the top corner following a poor kick out from the visiting keeper.

More openings came and went for the home side and the scoreline remained 1-0 at half time.

Kyle Robb doubled Mally’s lead after the break with a goal his superb display deserved.

Mally and Wanderers battle for the ball. Photo: JACK BECK

Wanderers halved the arrears when Luke Bradshaw swung a corner in and Carl Howard rose above everyone to nod home.

However, another thunderbolt from Prince made it 3-1 before Shaheen Ahmed added a fourth with a bullet header.

Wanderers carried on battling, carved out a few chances and Howard netted his second for 4-2.

Prince wrapped up the game up in the final minute with his hat-trick- a back post header.

Conwy Comrades 8 Millbank 3

Leaders Comrades overcame a slow start to wallop the Millbank and gain revenge for a 4-2 league defeat at Rhyl back in November.

Jamie Haggas, now the league top-scorer on 21, bagged a hat-trick and Joe Carey did the same, Harry Roberts and Kai Davies also on the mark.

Matt Toole (2) and Adam Randle replied for the outgunned visitors.

Six Bells 0 Royal Oak 7

Royal Oak (blue) won heavily at Six Bells. Picture: MATT JOHNSON

Andy Lee hit five goals for the Oak in a demolition job over the Bells.

Matty Rees and Paul Campion were also on target for Mark Dudley’s second-place side, who are just a point behind Conwy Comrades with a game in hand.


Bar Bow 2 Y Clwb 4

Bar Bow (facing) and Y Clwb in cup combat. Picture: MATT JOHNSON

A cup-tie which was abandoned seven days earlier due to on-pitch unrest was completed at the second attempt.

Max Williams (2), Charlie Jones and Cory Young guided Y Clwb through to the final, Joel Rowlands (penalty) and Kelvin Berks responding for the hosts.

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