GENERO ADRAN NORTH WEEKEND LOOK AHEAD – MARCH 11-13
RESULT – FRIDAY, MARCH 11
Llanfair United 0 Connah’s Quay Nomads 2 (Hamer, J Scott)
FIXTURES – SUNDAY, MARCH 13 (2 pm kick offs)
Bethel v Airbus UK Broughton
Already more or less guaranteed a top four spot, Bethel know a win over Airbus on Sunday will pretty much clinch it.
After three straight wins, the Caernarfon-area side will be confident of making it four, especially with so much goal-scoring potential in the squad.
The form of new young goalkeeper, 16-year-old Catrin Beech in recent games has been another boost for the maroons.
Bethel won 5-1 at Airbus at the start of the season. The Wingmakers have lost five on the bounce.
Llandudno v Connah’s Quay Nomads
Talk about a six-pointer!
Nomads desperately need a win to stay on course for a top-two finish which will guarantee them a place in the play-off to reach the tier 1 Adran Premier.
Jordan Parry’s hopefuls are the only team in Genero Adran North to apply for a top-flight place.
Standing in their way on Sunday is second-place Llandudno, who still have a big chance of winning the title themselves.
Tudno won 5-2 at Nomads in the league earlier in the season, but the Quay gained revenge by beating the Seasiders 4-1 in the Adran Trophy.
Llandudno have won five league games in succession, so are in form and scoring plenty of goals.
CPD Pwllheli v Wrexham
Leaders Wrexham lost 3-1 at Pwllheli in an Adran Trophy match at the start of the season, but that was a long time ago.
The week before, the Reds saw off Pwll 6-0 in their first league game of the 2021-22 campaign.
Pwllheli had been on the up before crashing 9-0 at Connah’s Quay last weekend.
The Llyn side had to cancel their midweek visit to Bethel due to illness and injuries in the squad.
They will have to deal with many threats in the Wrexham line-up, including 44-goal machine Rosie Hughes.
On their home ground, and at full strength, Pwllheli are a match for anyone, so it remains to be seen what sort of a side they can get together for Sunday.