North Wales Coast West League – Talysarn hit seven to stay in title picture

Luke Baum (hoops) scored a hat-trick in an important win for Talysarn Celts tonight. Picture: WYNNE EVANS



REVISED table up to and including Thursday, April 7. Source:

CPD Mountain Rangers 3 (Aled Rice 5, Llion Jones OG 45+3, Ben Davies 76)
Talysarn Celts 7 (Thomas Usher 30 & 58, Rhodri Jones 45+1, Luke Baum 60, 67 pen & 85; Glyn Hughes-Thomas 90+3)

Talysarn Celts served notice that they too are involved in the Division One title race with a 7-3 victory at Cae Gors this evening.

Luke Baum was again prominent in the goal stakes for the visitors, notching a hat-trick to lift his total to 27 in the league and 34 in all competitions from just 25 games.

Aled Rice handed Rangers a fifth minute lead, but Thomas Usher levelled on the half-hour.

In first half added time, Rhodri Jones edged the Celts in front, but a Llion Jones own goal made it all-square at the interval.

Usher struck again on 58 minutes to make it 3-2, then Baum bagged a brace, one from the penalty spot, to establish a three-goal away advantage.

Ben Davies pulled it back to 5-3, but Baum completed his treble before Glyn Hughes-Thomas rounded off the scoring in stoppage time.

Talysarn had Deian Williams red-carded on 82 minutes when his team was 5-3 to the good.


CPD Mynydd Llandegai 2 (Cai Holdsworth 51, Steven Tindall 62)
CPD Penrhyndeudraeth 2 (Cai Henshaw 25, Carwyn Price 70 pen)

It finished a point apiece on a Thursday night at Penrhiw.

Cai Henshaw’s 22nd goal this term put Penrhyn one-up at half time, but Cai Holdsworth made it 1-1 six minutes into the second period.

Steven Tindall nudged Llandegai ahead just past the hour, but a Carwyn Price spot-kick ensured it finished all-square.

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