Gwynedd and Anglesey Netball League – Primos come through big test, Bethesda edge thriller

Bethesda won a Division Two thriller against Môniars last Tuesday

Cyngrhair Pêlrwyd Gwynedd a Môn
Gwynedd and Anglesey Netball League
Gaeaf/Winter 2021-22
Adroddiadau/Reports – 15/3/22 & 16/3/22

DIVISION ONE – MARCH 16, 2022

Penygroes Primos 35-31 Dolgellau
(10-4; 21-14; 26-20; 35-31)

Although leaders Primos led all the way through this one they had to withstand a strong comeback from Dolgellau in the second half.

Penygroes took the first 10-4, but only just edged quarter two 11-10 to lead 21-14 at the midway stage.

Dolgellau actually won the last two sessions, 6-5 and 11-9, but Primos had built up too big an advantage to be caught. Nonetheless, a great contest.

Players of the Match
Players: Primos – Rhodd Alaw Parry; Dolgellau – Nieve Murphy Mayo.
Umpires: Primos – Gwenan Môn Williams; Dolgellau – Llio Parry.

Pwllheli Panthers 33-16 Llangefni
(11-1; 18-7; 25-9; 33-16)

A clear triumph for the Panthers, although Llangefni only lost the second quarter 7-6 and the last 8-7.

PoM
Players: Panthers – Ela Roberts; Llangefni – Molly Tooze
Umpires: Panthers – Steffi Studt; Llangefni – Molly Tooze

Menai Mavericks 25-18 WaliB’s
(8-5; 12-11; 18-15; 25-18)

A really good effort from WaliB’s, who were always in touch with their opponents until the Mavericks pulled more comfortably ahead in the closer.

PoM
Players: Mavericks – Leah Roberts; WaliB’s – Lois Medi Jones
Umpires: Mavericks – Gwen Roberts; WaliB’s – Lois Medi Jones

Dyffryn Ladies 22-15 Arfon Celts
(10-3; 15-6; 19-10; 22-15)

Dyffryn were always just in control of this one, although the Celts did finish off on a high by winning the last 5-3.

PoM
Players: Dyffryn – Beca Roberts; Celts – Allison Grace Williams
Umpires: Dyffryn – Amelia Mayo; Celts – Cerys Davies

DIVISION TWO – MARCH 15, 2022

Celts Bach 40-8 Walis Difas
(11-2; 19-4; 26-7; 40-8)

Second-place Celts were much too strong for the Difas.

PoM
Players: Bach – Luned Llwyd Roberts; Difas – Maia Murray
Umpires: Bach – Luned Llwyd Roberts; Difas – Beca Haf

Walis Bryncoch 26-21 Pwllheli Wildcats
(6-4; 13-11; 20-17; 26-21)

Table-topping Bryncoch were given a great contest by the Wildcats.

Although the Walis team were always ahead, every quarter was tight, with no more than two goals in any of them.

PoM
Players: Bryncoch – Ela Parry; Wildcats – Millie Foskett Roberts
Umpires: Bryncoch – Fflur Thomas; Wildcats – Cet Hughes

Bethesda 23-22 Môniars
(4-5; 10-11; 16-17; 23-22)

What a thriller! Bethesda trailed by a goal after all of the first three quarters, but then rallied to win the last 7-5 to take the match.

PoM
Players: Bethesda – Kirsty Redmond; Môniars – Charnjit Grewal
Umpires: Bethesda – Bid Webb; Môniars – Charnjit Grewal

Porthmadog 28-21 Clwb Pêlrwyd y Cymric
(6-6; 11-10; 18-17; 28-21)

Porthmadog needed a big last quarter win to see off the battling Cymric.

Entering the final session, Port were just one up at 18-17, but then dominated the curtain-closer 10-4 to run out more convincing winners than perhaps expected after those first three tight ones.

PoM
Players: Porthmadog – Non Jones; Cymric – Cadi Evans
Umpires: Porthmadog – Non Jones; Cymric – Heledd Davies

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