It all starts again tonight – the Gwynedd and Anglesey Summer Netball League

Walis (blue) and Pwllheli in action last season.

The Gwynedd and Anglesey Summer Netball League 2022 season starts on Tuesday, June 28.

Will Tim o Walis sweep the board again? Or will one of the other strong sides make their mark.

The league is now 15 years old, having started as the Penygroes and District back in 2007. The name Gwynedd and Anglesey was introduced in 2016.

The most successful team in the history of the league is Arfon Ladies, with 13 titles to their credit.

Here are the opening fixtures for the 2022 Summer League season.

Division Two will have five teams and seven line up in Division One.

Tuesday, June 28

DIVISION TWO
7pm: WaliC’s v Llangefni
7.50pm: WaliB’s v Bethesda
Free date: Porthmadog

Wednesday, June 29

DIVISION ONE
7pm: Dolgellau v Dyffryn Ladies
7.50pm: Pwllheli Panthers v Tim o Walis
8.40pm: Menai Mavericks v Penygroes Primos
Free date: Arfon Ladies

ROLL OF HONOUR

Penygroes and District Netball League champions

2007-2010
Champions – Arfon Ladies

Winter League 2010/11
Division One champions – Caernarfon Rejects; Division Two champions – Holyhead seconds.

Summer League 2011
Division One – Arfon Ladies; Division Two – Llanrug.

Winter League 2011/12
Division One – Arfon Ladies; Division Two: Bangor Red Socks.

Summer League 2012
Division One – Holyhead; Division Two: Penygroes Piws.

Winter League 2012/13
Division One – Holyhead; Division Two – Llanrug.

Summer League 2013
Division One – Holyhead; Division Two – Menai Bridge seconds.

Winter League 2013/14
Division One – Arfon Ladies; Division Two – Dreigiau Dyffryn.

Summer League 2014
Division One – Arfon Ladies; Division Two – Bala.

Winter League 2014/15
Division One – Menai Bridge; Division Two – Llanrug.

Summer League 2015
Division One – Menai Bridge; Division Two – Panthers.

Winter League 2015/16
Division One – Menai Bridge; Division Two – Moniars

Gwynedd and Anglesey Netball League champions

Summer League 2016
Division One – Menai Bridge; Division Two: Pwllheli Subway Warriors.

Winter League 2016/17
Division One – Menai Bridge; Division Two – Arfon Celts.

Summer League 2017
Division One – Arfon Ladies; Division Two – Tim o Walis.

Winter League 2017/18
Division One – Arfon Ladies; Division Two – Menai Mavericks

Summer League 2018
Division One – Pwllheli; Division Two – Dolgellau

Winter League 2018/19
Division One – Arfon Ladies; Division Two – Dreigiau Brynrefs.

Summer League 2019 (One division only)
Winners – Arfon Ladies; Runners-up – Dyffryn Ladies

Winter League 2019/20
Division One – Arfon Ladies; Division Two – Llangefni

Winter League 2020/21 & Summer League 2020 and 2021
Seasons cancelled

Winter League 2021/22
Division One – Tim o Walis; Division Two – Walis Bryncoch

One of many great Arfon Ladies sides to compete in the league

League Titles (2007-2022)

Division One

Arfon Ladies 13
Menai Bridge 5
Holyhead 3
Caernarfon Rejects 1
Pwllheli 1
Tim o Walis 1

Division Two

Llanrug 3
1 – Holyhead 2nds, Bangor Red Socks, Penygroes Piws, Menai Bridge 2nds, Dreigiau Dyffryn, Bala, Panthers, Moniars, Pwllheli Subway Warriors, Arfon Celts, Tim o Walis, Menai Mavericks, Dolgellau, Dreigiau Brynrefs, Llangefni, Walis Bryncoch

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