Thrilling end to Rhyl and District Sunday Football League season in store – read all about it

Can FC Mally (pink and black) add more trophies to their collection this season?

The closing weeks of the Rhyl and District Sunday Football League are upon us – but who will win what?

There are still a handful of clubs in with a chance of the league title, while some mouthwatering cup finals also lie ahead.

Here are the cup finals (dates and venues to be confirmed)….

NWCFA CHALLENGE CUP FINAL

FC Mally v Y Clwb

LEE JONES TROPHY FINAL

FC Mally v Conwy Comrades

PREMIER CUP FINAL

FC Mally v Y Clwb

MATTY PEREZ CUP FINAL

Royal Oak v Conwy Comrades

THE 2021-22 LEAGUE TITLE RACE

Includes ALL results except SIX BELLS 6 BAR BOW 3 (March 13)

As for the battle to be crowned league champions, it is still wide open.

Conwy Comrades and Royal Oak currently lead the way in the top two positions, but dangers FC Mally and Y Clwb have games in hand.

The Millbank in third are still not out of it, but do face the disadvantage of having the least fixtures left.

The fascinating thing about the race for the title is all teams are vulnerable.

All five top sides have been on good runs, but also suffered the odd shock defeat along the way. No-one has run away with it.

Purely on current form, it is hard to look beyond FC Mally, who have a remarkable fourth quadruple in their sights, a strong squad and the experience of having done it all before.

But there is still an awful lot of work to do for the Junction men – 10 matches still to play, including three cup finals.

While the other teams, Six Bells, Bar Bow, Rhyl Wanderers and The Alex could still play a major role in determining who will end up as champions, it is hopefully not too disrespectful of us to see the title tussle as being between the top five.

There are many clashes involving the leading quintet still to come, so it is very difficult at this stage to predict who will finish top.

Safe to say, the best of this season is yet to come.

Here is a look at the records of the five leading teams and what fixtures remain for them.

CONWY COMRADES – P 11 W 7 D 1 L 3 GF 42 GA 31 PTS 22 (GD 11)

Results

Bar Bow (A) 5-2
Six Bells (A) 1-1
The Alex (A) 4-3
Y Clwb (H) 1-4
Rhyl Wanderers (H) 8-0
Millbank (A) 2-4
FC Mally (A) 2-1
Royal Oak (A) 0-11
Bar Bow (H) 4-0
Six Bells (H) 7-2
Millbank (H) 8-3

TO PLAY
HOME: The Alex, FC Mally, Royal Oak
AWAY: Y Clwb, Rhyl Wanderers

ROYAL OAK – P 10 W 7 D 0 L 3 GF 47 GA 16 PTS 21 (GD 31)

Results

Bar Bow (A) 2-4
Six Bells (H) 2-5
The Alex (A) 5-1
The Millbank (H) 3-0
Y Clwb (A) 4-1
Rhyl Wanderers (H) 5-0
FC Mally (A) 2-3
Conwy Comrades (H) 11-0
Millbank (A) 6-2
Six Bells (A) 7-0

TO PLAY
HOME: Bar Bow, The Alex, Y Clwb, The Mally
AWAY: Rhyl Wanderers, Conwy Comrades

MILLBANK – P 13 W 7 D 2 L 4 GF 43 GA 34 PTS 20 * 3 deducted (GD 9)

Results

Rhyl Wanderers (A) 1-1
FC Mally (H) 3-2
Six Bells (H) 5-4
Royal Oak (A) 0-3
The Alex (A) 11-1
Conwy Comrades (H) 4-2
Bar Bow (A) 2-3
Rhyl Wanderers (H) 5-1
FC Mally (A) 2-2
Y Clwb (H) 3-1
Royal Oak (H) 2-6
Six Bells (A) 2-0
Conwy Comrades (A) 3-8

TO PLAY
HOME: The Alex, Bar Bow
AWAY: Y Clwb

FC MALLY – P 9 W 5 D 1 L 3 GF 27 GA 17 PTS 16 (GD 10)

Results

The Alex (H) 2-5
Millbank (A) 2-3
Bar Bow (A) 1-0
Rhyl Wanderers (A) 5-1
Conwy Comrades (H) 1-2
Royal Oak (H) 3-2
The Alex (A) 6-0
Millbank (H) 2-2
Rhyl Wanderers (H) 5-2

TO PLAY
HOME: Bar Bow, Y Clwb, Six Bells
AWAY: Conwy Comrades, Royal Oak, Y Clwb, Six Bells

Y CLWB – P 9 W 5 D 1 L 3 GF 25 GA 17 PTS 16 (GD 8)

Results

Bar Bow (A) 3-1
Rhyl Wanderers (H) 2-2
Conwy Comrades (A) 4-1
Royal Oak (H) 1-4
Six Bells (A) 2-1
The Alex (H) 6-0
Bar Bow (H) 4-1
Millbank (A) 1-3
Rhyl Wanderers (A) 2-4

TO PLAY
HOME: Conwy Comrades, Six Bells, Millbank, FC Mally
AWAY: Royal Oak, FC Mally, The Alex

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