Gwynedd and Anglesey Netball League – Walis top with one round remaining

Top with one game remaining – Tim o Walis

Cyngrhair Pêlrwyd Gwynedd a Môn
Gwynedd and Anglesey Netball League
Gaeaf/Winter 2021-22
Adroddiadau/Reports – April 26, 2022


Tim o Walis 24-21 Pwllheli Panthers
(7-6; 14-10; 20-14; 24-21)

Walis stayed on course for the title with a great win although they had to withstand a strong late comeback from the Panthers.

Leading by six entering the last quarter, Walis lost the curtain-closer 7-4, but Pwllheli had left themselves with too much to do.

Players of the Match
Players: Walis – Lois McGrath; Panthers – Steffi Studt
Umpires: Walis – Jenna Allsup; Panthers – Cassie Ogilvy

Arfon Ladies 40-20 Arfon Celts
(8-6; 19-11; 29-15; 40-20)

Emphatic winners Arfon Ladies

After a close first quarter, Arfon Ladies built on their lead in the rest of the match to register an emphatic win.

Arfon Ladies scooped 8, 11, 10 and 11 goals over the four quarters.

Players: Arfon Ladies – Alaw Swyn; Celts – Beca Jones
Umpires: Arfon Ladies – Alaw Ceris; Celts – Luned Llwyd Roberts

Dolgellau 22-22 Llangefni
(7-6; 11-10; 19-14; 22-22)

Great fightback from Llangefni

What a cracking contest!

Dolgellau led by one at the end of quarters one and two, were five ahead by the completion of the third, yet Llangefni produced a fantastic rally to take the last 8-3 and earn a deserved draw.

Players and Umpires: Dolgellau – Ceris Hughes; Llangefni – Elain Rhun.

Menai Mavericks 35-19 Dyffryn Ladies
(12-2; 19-11; 29-15; 35-19)

Menai Mavericks were in fine form

Dyffryn produced a good second quarter, winning it 9-7, but otherwise the Mavericks dominated, ending up victors by 16 goals.

Players: Mavericks – Steph Oliver-Smith; Dyffryn – Ffion Jones
Umpires: Mavericks – Chloe Taylor; Dyffryn – Elin Evans.

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