Top four all victorious in Rhyl and District Sunday Football League

Tom Prince (pink and black) on an attack for FC Mally at Six Bells. Picture: MATT JOHNSON


Bar Bow 3 Royal Oak 5
Rhyl Wanderers 0 Conwy Comrades 8
Six Bells 0 FC Mally 7
Y Clwb 4 Millbank 0


Royal Oak: Played 12 Points 22 (GD +28)
Conwy Comrades: Played 12 Points 22 (+14)
FC Mally: Played 10 Points 20 (+18)
Y Clwb: Played 10 Points 19 (+6)

To play (all teams play 14 matches)

Royal Oak: Home – Y Clwb; Away – Conwy Comrades
Conwy Comrades: Home – Royal Oak; Away – Y Clwb
FC Mally: Home – Bar Bow, Y Clwb, Six Bells; Away – Y Clwb
Y Clwb: Home – Conwy Comrades, FC Mally; Away – Royal Oak, FC Mally


Six Bells 0
FC Mally 7 (Benn Lundstram 3, 1 pen, Kyle Robb 2, Jamie Moorhouse, John Blundell)

Benn Lundstram (pink and black) scored three for the Mally. Picture: MATT JOHNSON

Benn Lundstram knocked in a hat-trick as dominant Mally put Six Bells to the sword with a seven-goal mauling at Rhyl’s Coronation Gardens.

Lundstram got the ball rolling when he was brought down in the area and converted the penalty.

Kyle Robb doubled Mally’s lead midway through the first half with a lovely touch and strike that found its way underneath the keeper and into the net.

Skipper for the day Jamie Moorhouse continued his excellent scoring season when he made it three inside half an hour.

The goal of the first half came when brilliant play sent Lee Ellis down the wing and his unselfish pull back allowed Lundstram to roll the ball into the empty net.

Half time 4-0 and very much one-way traffic.

John Blundell smashed home number five from inside the box shortly after the break.

Robb’s 30-yard rocket was the goal of the game as he picked up the ball in the middle of the park, dancing his way through a couple of challenges then unleashing a beauty into the roof of the net

There was still time for Lundstram to complete his hat-trick before the end when he was played through and slotted home into the corner for his 19th goal of the season, completing a convincing victory for the Junction side.

FC Mally manager Andy Colville was once again delighted with his side, commenting it was one of the best displays he had seen this season.

Everyone is getting important minutes with plenty more big games to come and he’s happy that the whole squad is contributing towards the charge for yet another quad-winning season which is very much on.

Big credit also to goalkeeper Liam Ewing for travelling down from Anglesey to represent the Mally and keep a clean sheet.

Bar Bow 3 (Martin King 2, Cal Foster)
Royal Oak 5 (Sade Jones, Matty Rees, Ethan Taylor, Andy Lee 2)

Callum Murphy of Royal Oak (blue) takes on Bar Bow. Picture: MATT JOHNSON

Oak remain top of the table after a hard-fought battle with Bow, whose goalkeeper Ryan Bennett was outstanding.

Sade Jones, Matty Rees, Ethan Taylor and a double from Andy Lee made up the five for the Oak, who also struck the woodwork twice.

Bow stayed in the contest thanks to a pair from Martin King and a Cal Foster single.

Rhyl Wanderers 0
Conwy Comrades 8 (Logan Williams, Harley Crossfield, Jamie Haggas, Kai Davies, Ste O Neil, Ryan Lewis, Skye Shields, Harry Roberts)

Comrades player Harley Crossfield (yellow and blue) on the ball. Picture: MATT JOHNSON

After a couple of disappointing defeats Comrades bounced back with a bang, putting eight past Wanderers with no reply.

Conwy took the lead after a brilliant run from Logan Williams saw him take on three players and fire into the bottom corner.

Shortly after on his debut Harley Crossfield was on hand to finish brilliantly through the keeper’s legs.

Further pressure paid off when Crossfield was brought down and Jamie Haggas stepped up to convert the spot-kick for his 21st goal of the season, making it 3-0 at the interval.

The start of the second half saw Comrades off to a flyer and captain for the day Kai Davies drove past two players and drilled into the bottom corner for a brilliant solo goal.

The fifth goal resulted from more individual brilliance by Logan Williams, who drove down the left hand side, beat his man and crossed in for Ryan Lewis to find the net.

Skye Shields entered the fray and within minutes had an instant impact from the bench with constant hounding of the defence forcing the keeper into a mistake. Shields made no mistake in punishing the error to make it 6-0.

A free kick from substitute Harry Roberts was floated in for Ste O’Neill to head home.

Harry Roberts then picked the ball up at the edge of the area and curled it into the top corner with his left foot to cap off a brilliant team performance.

Y Clwb 4 (Cory Young, Dan Forber, 2 own goals)
Millbank 0

A comfortable win for the Glan Conwy hosts kept them firmly in the title race.

Although Millbank made the better start, Y Clwb grabbed an early goal when a Jodie Moore throw released Cory Young to finish emphatically.

The lead was doubled when Dion Lloyd hit the post, but Dan Forber was on hand to knock in the rebound.

Just before the break, a long, high spinning ball from Howard Vaughan perplexed the Millbank defence and resulted in an own goal.

Both sides had chances in the second half and to their credit the Millbank never gave up.

However, just one more goal was scored in the game and it was unfortunately for the visitors another OG.

Jodie Moore was named Y Clwb’s man of the match.

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