Gwynedd and Anglesey Netball League – Arfon fight back for draw, Bryncoch march on

Menai Mavericks recorded a good win in Division One

Cyngrhair Pêlrwyd Gwynedd a Môn
Gwynedd and Anglesey Netball League
Gaeaf/Winter 2021-22
Adroddiadau/Reports – 22/3/22 & 23/3/22

LATEST TABLES AFTER MATCHES PLAYED MARCH 22 & 23

MATCH REPORTS

DIVISION ONE – Wednesday, March 23

Pwllheli Panthers 21-21 Arfon Ladies
(6-7; 11-12; 18-15; 21-21)

Arfon needed a strong comeback in the final quarter to earn a draw.
Pwllheli trailed 12-11 at half time, but then got on top in the third session to lead 18-15 entering the last.
It was here where Arfon showed their battling qualities to win the quarter 6-3 and earn a share of the spoils.
Players of the Match
Players: Panthers – Alaw Griffiths; Arfon – Cadi Bracegirdle
Umpires: Panthers – Steffi Studt; Arfon – Alaw Ceris

Tim o Walis 29-15 Dyffryn Ladies
(7-4; 17-5; 24-9; 29-15)

Walis remain major title contenders after seeing off the spirited challenge of Dyffryn.
After taking the opener 7-4, Walis then added a firm grip on the match by winning quarter two 10-1.
Another 7-4 success in the third took the Caernarfon team out of sight, but the Dyffryn ladies rallied well to edge the closer 6-5.
PoM
Players: Walis – Elen Edwards; Dyffryn – Tesni Hâf
Umpires: Walis – Jenna Allsup; Dyffryn – Beca Roberts

Arfon Celts 37-27 WaliB’s
(10-7; 22-12; 28-22; 37-27)

In a high-scoring encounter, Celts won three of the four quarters, but WaliB’s did well to take the third 10-6.
PoM
Players: Celts – Anya Jones; WaliB’s – Lea Jones
Umpires: Celts – Danni Power; WaliB’s – Lea Jones

Menai Mavericks 21-15 Dolgellau
(9-4; 14-9; 19-12; 21-15)

Although Dolgellau narrowly won the final quarter. Mavericks had built up too much of a lead over the first three to affect the result.
PoM
Players: Mavericks – Kelly Roose; Dolgellau – Steph Owen
Umpires: Mavericks – Chloe Taylor; Dolgellau – Ceris Hughes

DIVISION TWO – Tuesday, March 22

Walis Bryncoch 26-13 WaliC’s
(4-2; 11-6; 18-7; 26-13)

Table-toppers Bryncoch won every quarter to complete a comfortable win.
PoM
Players: Bryncoch – Ffion Jones; WaliC’s – Alaw Davies
Umpires: Bryncoch – Elin Rhys; WaliC’s – Alaw Davies

Celts Bach 21-18 Bethesda
(7-2; 13-8; 15-14; 21-18)

Another thriller involving Bethesda!
This time, despite a second half fightback, the Ogwen girls just missed out.
Celts Bach were 13-8 in front at the midway point, but Pesda battled right back to trail just 15-14 at the end of the third.
The win was up for grabs and it was Celts who took the last 6-4 to claim the win.

PoM

Players: Celts – Dinah Grace Hardington; Bethesda – Kirsty Jones

Umpires: Celts – Dinah Grace Hardington; Bethesda – Bid Webb

Pwllheli Wildcats 32-8 Clwb Pêlrwyd y Cymric
(9-3; 19-4; 25-6; 32-8)

No stopping the Wildcats as they rattled up a big win over the students.
PoM
Players: Wildcats – Ellie Brady; Cymric – Cadi Evans
Umpires: Wildcats – Cet Hughes; Cymric – Heledd Davies

Môniars 28-26 Porthmadog
(8-6; 16-14; 21-19; 28-26)

Just two goals separated this pair from the end of the first quarter, which the Anglesey girls won 8-6.
The other three sessions finished 8-8, 5-5 and 7-7. Great contest.
PoM
Players and Umpires: Môniars – Charnjit Grewal; Porthmadog – Sarah Williams

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