Plenty of goals mark first weekend of 2022-23 North East Wales Football League season

Andy Cook was player of the match for Aston Park Rangers. Picture: ASTON PARK RANGERS – TWITTER

NORTH EAST WALES FOOTBALL LEAGUE – REPORTS FOR SATURDAY, JULY 30

CHAMPIONSHIP

CPD Bellevue 0 Acton 10

Samuel Giles led the way with five goals – including a hat-trick within six first-half minutes, as Acton marked their return to the league with a 10-0 away drubbing of Bellevue.

Andrew Bithell, Stephen Powell, Ryan Jones, Alistair Gibson and Tommy Hallam all bagged one each for the visitors.

Holywell United 0 Aston Park Rangers 2

A newly-formed team met a returning old friend of the league in this one – and it was Aston Park who came out on top with two second-half goals.

A Harvey McGrail own goal on 46 minutes and a Kallum Pierce strike after 56 settled the issue.

Saltney Ferry 4 Overton Recreational 3

Better fortunes for another newcomer – Saltney Ferry.

The home side pipped Overton, relegated from the Premier last season, in a seven-goal cracker.

Thomas Chrimes struck twice in the first half and Ben Barratt pocketed two in the second for Ferry, Harry Massey (2) and Christopher Bush replying.

RESERVE DIVISION

Coedpoeth United 3 (Jacob Williams 39, Kevin Breeze 43, Aled Wyatt 91) Castell Alun Colts 5 (Sam Moore 15, 45, 88, Joshua Vernon 64, Nathan Davies 75)

FC Queen’s Park 1 (Jake Jones 80) Connah’s Quay Town 0

Greenfield P Caerwys P

Penyffordd Lions 2 (Coby Peters 49, Marcus Davies 86) Ruthin Town Colts 1 (Sean Kell 71)

PREMIER DIVISION

Brymbo P Penyffordd Lions P

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