Goals machine Marc Evans reaches 60 for season

Marc Evans (left) and Asa Thomas (second left) take to the field for Bodedern Athletic against Gwalchmai last weekend. Picture: JWO PHOTOGRAPHY

Marc Evans has become the first Anglesey player to hit the 60 goals mark in senior football this season.

The Bodedern Athletic goal machine has taken just 37 appearances across all competitions to reach the landmark. He currently leads the Bob Brodie Trophy table for the island’s top goal-getters.

His net-busting partner, Asa Thomas, is on 57 for the season. Both will be looking to hit the target when North Wales Coast West Premier Division champions Boded play their final league game at Bangor 1876 on Saturday.

Meanwhile, Caergybi ace Louis Chapman is three short of pocketing 50 goals for the campaign.


60 – Marc Evans (Bodedern Athletic)

57 – Asa Thomas (Bodedern Athletic)

47 – Louis Chapman (Caergybi)

38 – Matty Reynolds (Cemaes Bay)

24 – Gwion Thomas (Llannerchymedd)

23 – Jay Finter (Llanfairpwll)

19 – Gary-Jo Owen (Caergybi)

18 – Dean Redmond (Menai Bridge Tigers)

17 – Marquis Holland (Llanfairpwll)

16 – Kaine Bentley (Holyhead Town), Nathan Moore (Aberffraw), Anthony Williams (Llangoed/Llangoed Reserves), Mathew Roberts (Cemaes Bay)

15 – Callum Davidson (Menai Bridge Tigers), Steven Jones (Bodorgan)

14 – Sam Gregson (Bodedern Athletic), Mark Jones (Llannerchymedd)

12 – Liam Morris (Holyhead Hotspur), Connor Owen (Gwalchmai)

11 – Jay Gibbs (Holyhead Hotspur), Nathan Lewis (CPD Cefni), Dion Owen (Gwalchmai), Llion Vaughan Jones (Llannerchymedd), Leon Owen (Pentraeth), Sam Wiltshire (Cemaes Bay), Keenan Downey (Cemaes Bay), James Burgess (Amlwch Town, 8 for Llannerchymedd), Craig Moore (Holyhead Hotspur Reserves)

10 – Luke Miles (CPD Y Fali), Lewis Owen (Llangefni Town Res)

9 – Casey Gregg (Bodedern Athletic), Callum Thomas (Menai Bridge Tigers), Tudur Williams (Glantraeth), Ian Williams (Holyhead Town), Cai Miller (CPD Y Fali)

8 – Connor Rees (Bodorgan), James Ryan (Holyhead Town), Gary Bolton (Aberffraw), Chris Bennett (Llannerchymedd), Andy Williams (Cemaes Bay)

7 – Casey Boylan (Bodedern Athletic), Dylan Summers-Jones (Holyhead Hotspur), Craig Roberts (Menai Bridge Tigers), Jenson Rowlands (Gwalchmai), Richard Roberts (Aberffraw), Scott Hughes (Glantraeth – now joined Bethesda), Dave Webb (Caergybi), Luke Owen (Llanfairpwll), Tom Kelly (Llannerchymedd – 2 for Llangefni Town), Callum Graves (Menai Bridge Tigers)

6 – Mike Edwards (Caergybi), Tom Scott (Caergybi), Darren Lewthwaite (Bodedern Athletic), Marc Parry (CPD Cefni), Ben Owen (Llangefni Town Res), Sol Williams (Cemaes Bay), Gethin Davies (Llannerchymedd), Luke Winter (Bodorgan), Luke McKittrick (Cemaes Bay), Ryan Lees (Bodedern), Ryan Rowlands (Amlwch Town)

5 – Connor Gordon (Glantraeth), Jack Smith (Llangefni Town), Tom Wood (Bodedern Athletic), Jordan Taylor (Bodedern Athletic), Carwyn Roberts (Llanfairpwll), Wayne Thomas (Llangoed/Llangoed Reserves), Ben Wright (CPD Cefni), Mel McGinness (Holyhead Hotspur Res 4/Holyhead Hotspur 1), Keenan Latham (Bodorgan), Jamie Baker (Gaerwen), Cameron Jones (Gwalchmai), Jac Thomas (Amlwch Town), Matthew Owen (Llangoed/Reserves), Gethin Davies (Glantraeth), Geraint Jones (Cemaes Bay), Tom Hadley (Caergybi), Phillip Davies (CPD Cefni), Luke Allaway (CPD Cefni), Daniel Evans (Llannerchymedd)


2020/21 Season cancelled – no competition
2019/20 Steven Whittaker (Cemaes Bay – Anglesey League) 39
2018/19 James Ryan (Caergybi – Anglesey League) 72
2017/18 Gary Jo Owen (Caergybi – Anglesey League) 58
2016/17 Corrig McGonigle (Glantraeth – Welsh Alliance) 59
2015/16: Corrig McGonigle (Pentraeth – Welsh Alliance) 64
2014/15: Steven Whittaker (Cemaes Bay – Anglesey League) 42
2013/14: Gary Jo Owen (Morawelon – Anglesey League) 57
2012/13: Lance Williams (Menai Bridge Tigers – Anglesey League) 62
2011/12: Mel McGinness (Holyhead Hotspur – Welsh Alliance) 50

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