Gwynedd and Anglesey Netball League – Walis edge thrilling win over Celts, Primos dominate

Arfon Celts pushed title contenders Tim o Walis absolutely all the way before losing narrowly 27-26

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Gwynedd and Anglesey Netball League
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LATEST TABLES BEFORE MATCHES PLAYED MARCH 15-16, 2022

DIVISION ONE – MARCH 9

Penygroes Primos 41-14 Dyffryn Ladies
(12-6; 24-9; 34-12; 41-14)

Leaders Penygroes were unstoppable in this contest against six-player Dyffryn, scoring 12, 12, 10 and 7 goals across the four quarters.
Players of the Match
Players: Primos – Rhodd Parry; Dyffryn – Sera Bailey
Umpires: Primos – Gwenan Môn Williams; Dyffryn – Tesni Hâf

Arfon Ladies 26-20 Menai Mavericks
(3-7: 14-11; 21-14; 26-20)

Trailing by four at the end of the first quarter, Arfon recovered to take the second 11-4 and eventually win by six goals.
PoM
Players: Arfon – Llinos Dobbins; Mavericks – Steph Oliver Smith
Umpires: Arfon – Alaw Coris; Mavericks – Leah Roberts

Llangefni 23-23 WaliB’s
(5-6; 11-14; 19-18; 23-23)

A real thriller saw WaliB’s three goals ahead at half time, Llangefni turn the tables by winning the third quarter 8-4, but the Caernarfon side edged the last to force a draw.
PoM
Players: Llangefni – Lottie Pleasant; WaliB’s – Tania Oakshott
Umpires: Llangefni – Awel Jones; WaliB’s – Alaw Davies Thomas

Tim o Walis 27-26 Arfon Celts
(4-7; 10-14; 18-21; 27-26)

This was surely the match of the night.
Title hopefuls, second-place Walis, kept their hopes on the boil by producing a dramatic last quarter fightback to pip the Celts by a single goal.
Celts had led all the way – 7-4, 14-10 and then 21-18 entering the last.
However, Walis showed the determination potential champions are made of by taking the curtain-closer 9-5.
PoM
Players: Walis – Llinos Griffiths; Celts – Erin Wyn Davies
Umpires: Walis – Manon Thomas; Celts – Erin Wyn Davies

DIVISION TWO – MARCH 8

Bethesda 19-11 Clwb Pêlrwyd y Cymric
(4-3; 9-4; 14-7; 19-11)

Bethesda steadily build their lead in this one and finished up relatively comfortable winners.
PoM
Players and Umpires: Bethesda – Kirsty Jones; Cymric – Cadi Evans

Walis Bryncoch 29-23 Porthmadog
(7-4; 14-11; 22-15; 29-23)

Unbeaten Bryncoch maintained their commanding lead at the summit but were given a good battle by Porthmadog.
Leading by just three at midway, the Walis team looked to be running away with it when they took session three 8-4.
But Port produced a good late rally, winning the last 8-7, although it did not affect the final outcome.
PoM
Players: Bryncoch – Ellie Gossett; Porthmadog – Sarah Williams
Umpires: Bryncoch – Ellie Gossett; Porthmadog – Diane Williams

Môniars 26-22 Walis Difas
(8-7; 13-11; 19-15; 26-22)

Always ahead, but never in the clear, Môniars claimed their fifth win of the season.
Bottom side Difas were always in the contest, especially the first half when they were just two goals behind at midway.
PoM
Players and Umpires: Môniars – Charnit Grewal; Difas – Beca Haf

Pwllheli Wildcats 34-22 WaliC’s
(8-5; 17-11; 25-17; 34-22)

While the WaliC’s chalked up a good goals total, they were always in arrears against the high-flying Wildcats.
PoM
Players: Wildcats – Thea Murray-Williams; WaliC’s – Lea Jones
Umpires: Wildcats – Ellie Brady; WaliC’s – Lea Jones

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