Catching up with all the latest senior reserve league football across North Wales

Llangefni Town Reserves (blue) had a great win at Llandudno on Saturday. This photo is from their recent draw with Bala Town Reserves. Picture: DAI SINCLAIR

RESERVE LEAGUE FOOTBALL REPORTS FROM NORTH WALES FOR MARCH 11-19

FAW RESERVE LEAGUE NORTH WEST

LATEST TABLE UP TO AND INCLUDING MARCH 19: http://www.allwalessport.co.uk

SATURDAY, MARCH 19

Bala Town Reserves 1 Ruthin Town Reserves 7

A four-goal salvo by Owen Heath showed the way as Ruthin moved up to second by leathering Bala 7-1 at Maes Tegid.

Les Brophy (2) and Ioz Jones added the rest for the visitors, Sam Roberts responding with a penalty for the home side.

Llandudno Under-23’s 1 Llangefni Town Reserves 2

No wonder Llangefni Town Reserves are doing so well with such brilliant supporters. Picture: DAI SINCLAIR

Lewis Owen and Iwan Sawicz were on the mark in a fantastic win for Cefni at high-flying Llandudno.

William Owen-Ford hit back for Tudno, who had Dominic Roberts sent off late on for a second yellow card.

Nantlle Vale Reserves 0 Holywell Town Reserves 3

Great victory on the road for table-toppers Holywell with Sam Edwards and a brace by Ben Brierley securing all three points.

Porthmadog Reserves 1 Denbigh Town Reserves 5

Harry Lea and Jack James netted two apiece for Denbigh in a fine win at Y Traeth, a Dion Williams own goal adding to the away total.

One of James’ goals was a penalty, while for Port, Carwyn Foster provided a consolation.

SATURDAY, MARCH 12

Denbigh Town Reserves 2 Nantlle Vale Reserves 2

Two goals from Harry Lea were not quite enough to book maximum points for Denbigh, Rob Daniels and Iestyn Worth replying for the Vale to earn a draw.

Llangefni Town Reserves 2 Bala Town Reserves 2

Llangefni Town Reserves (blue) celebrate a goal. Picture: DAI SINCLAIR

Cameron Jones and Lewis Owen found the target for Cefni, but Bala grabbed a point courtesy of an Andy Sinclair own goal and Llion Thomas equaliser.

And Bala would have won it had Delwyn Jones not missed a 90th minute penalty.

Porthmadog Reserves 2 Conwy Borough Reserves 3

Morgan Murray’s net-finder three minutes into stoppage time won this one for Conwy.

Cemlyn Owen and Cian Pritchard were on the mark for Port, but Marcus Breese and Mason Blackwell-Jones had Boro level before that late decider.

St Asaph Reserves 1 Holyhead Hotspur Reserves 4

Michael Jones struck twice for Hotspur in this convincing win on the road.

Harley-jay Owen and Joel Kleiser added singles for the visitors, Jordan Owen with a consolation for Saints.

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SATURDAY, MARCH 19

Brymbo Reserves 0 Gresford Athletic Reserves 7

On-form Gresford closed the gap on leaders The New Saints to four points with two games in hand thanks to a 7-0 away blitzing of Brymbo.

Taylor Williams scored twice, while there was one apiece for Josh Griffiths, Alex Palmer, Wesley Evans, Sam Pickering and Will Roberts.

Rhostyllen Reserves 0 Rhydymwyn Reserves 5

Ethan Evans, Coel Lambert, Scott Nelson and Kai Davies (2) guided Rhydywmyn to a convincing win.

FRIDAY, MARCH 18

Mold Alexandra Reserves 3 Rhos Aelwyd Reserves 1

Two goals in a minute from Lewis Hopwood, one a penalty, and a Luke Muia strike, ensured Mold took the points in this one.

Lee Hanmer provided a late response for the Aelwyd.

MONDAY, MARCH 14

The New Saints 2 Cefn Druids 0

This was a clash of the top two sides in the table and it proved a good contest.
Rhys Edwards put leaders Saints in front after 28 minutes and Joshua Roseberry-Beamond made sure of the points with a second on 46.

SATURDAY, MARCH 12

Cefn Albion Reserves 2 Chirk AAA Reserves 3

Albion led 2-0 through goals from Evan Davies and Kai Morris, but Chirk turned the tables as Harvey Edwards (50 minutes), Niall Freeman (55) and Brad Pearce (78) sealed a 3-2 success.

FRIDAY, MARCH 11

Airbus UK Broughton Reserves 0 Gresford Athletic Reserves 2 (Taylor Williams 50, Rhys Lloyd 60)

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SATURDAY, MARCH 19

Llanberis Reserves 11 Llangoed and District Reserves 1

Peter Mansoor and Dion Owen both notched hat-tricks in this emphatic win for Llanberis.

Rhys Hughes scored twice, while there was one apiece for Cian Pleming, Connor Roberts and Ben Jones.

Jake Hughes ensured Llangoed at least made one scoresheet entry.

SATURDAY, MARCH 12

Kinmel Bay Reserves 1 CPD Pwllheli Reserves 4

Super action from Kinmel Bay Reserves v Pwllheli Reserves. Picture: BARRY GRIFFITHS

Second-place Pwllheli commanded this one, Robin Wyn Hicks Thomas scoring on 38 and 84 minutes, Iwan Roberts-Jones adding another, while there was also a Connor Gore own goal.

Substitute William Hughes pulled one back for Kinmel.

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