Hogan Gwynedd and Anglesey Netball Winter League week 3 – Primos and Rebals rule

Celts Bach of Division One. Pob lwc am weddill y tymor

Cynghrair Pêl-Rwyd Gwynedd a Môn: Gaeaf 2023-24
Gwynedd and Anglesey Netball League: Winter 2023-24

Wythnos 3/Week 3


WaliB’s 15-34 Tim o Walis
(2-8; 9-16; 13-27; 15-34)

Tim o Walis recorded their first win of the season at the expense of WaliB’s.
The second quarter was close at 8-7 to Tim o Walis, but the 2021-22 champions controlled the rest of the match.

Players of the Match
Players: WaliB’s – Anna Jones; Tim – Jenna Allsup
Umpires: WaliB’s – Anna Jones; Tim – Tanya Oakshott

Holyhead 18-35 Primos
(3-9; 8-18; 13-24; 18-35)

Primos top the table after making it three straight wins.
The summer league champions led throughout, closing out the match in convincing style by taking the final session 11-5.

Players: Holyhead – Esther Cooke; Primos – Claire Coles-Williams
Umpires: Holyhead – Rhea Williams; Primos – Claire Coles-Williams

Bethesda 19-28 Pwllheli Panthers
(4-6; 10-14; 15-18; 19-28)

Panthers led by just three goals entering the last quarter, but took the curtain closer 10-4 to complete their victory in style.

Players: Bethesda – Bidd Webb; Panthers – Cassie Ogilvy
Umpires: Bethesda – Bidd Webb; Panthers – Lily Doodson

Arfon Ladies 30-14 Dolgellau
(7-5; 13-8; 21-10; 30-14)

Two wins on the bounce for the mighty Arfon who increased their lead in every quarter.

Players: Arfon – Rachel Southall; Dolgellau – Ceris Hughes
Umpires: Arfon – Kathryn Caine; Dolgellau – Ceris Hughes

Dyffryn Ladies 18-22 Menai Mavericks
(4-5; 10-10; 14-17; 18-22)

Mavericks produced a big second half to take the honours by a four-goal margin.
The score stood 10-10 at the midway stage, but Menai won the third 7-4 and the last 5-4.

Players and Umpires: Dyffryn – Cadi Jones; Mavericks – Gwenno Pritchard


Rebals Refail Arfon 28-18 Genod Walis
(7-4; 12-9; 21-14; 28-18)

Just three goals separated the leading pair in Division Two at half time.
Rebals then took over, winning session three 9-5 and the fourth 7-4 to claim top spot in the table.

Players: Rebals – Hanna Jones; Genod – Esther Williams
Umpires: Rebals – Cara Davies; Genod – Efa Roberts

Pwllheli Hustlers 11-12 Llewod Llangefni
(3-2; 6-5; 7-10; 11-12)

A tight battle ended in victory for Llangefni, who scooped their first win.
Hustlers were 6-5 in front at halfway, but Llewod took the third 5-1 and despite losing the last 4-2 held on for the points.

Players: Hustlers – Ruby Jones; Llewod – Begw Roberts
Umpires: Hustlers – Ruby Jones; Llewod – Catrin Williams

Blaenau Ffestiniog 19-12 Cymric Caernarfon
(7-4; 11-6; 13-10; 19-12)

Two wins from as many starts for Blaenau, who were given a good contest by Cymric Caernarfon.
The Quarrywomen held a narrow three-goal lead going into the last act which they won 6-2.

Players: Blaenau – Sarah Partlett; Cymric – Elain Ellis
Umpires: Blaenau – Mel Roberts; Cymric – Medi Edwards

Dreigiau Brynrefs Arfon 16-12 Walis Midffild
(4-6; 9-6; 14-8; 16-12)

Dreigiau had to battle hard to maintain their 100 percent record.
Trailing 6-4 after the opener, Brynrefs then took the second quarter 5-0 and the third 5-2 to establish a clear advantage.
Midffild took the last 4-2, but Dreigiau were too far in front to change the outcome.

Players: Dreigiau – Lakisha Roberts; Midffild – Ceri O’Neil
Umpires: Dreigiau – Elsi Glyn; Midffild – Luned Owen

Genod Nantlle 4-34 Wariars Walis
(0-5; 3-14; 3-24; 4-34)

A dominant display from the Wariars, who picked up their first win.

Players: Nantlle – Anni Grug; Wariars – Cadi Jones
Umpires: Nantlle – Erin Medi; Wariars – Cadi Jones

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