North Wales Coast West Premier: Trearddur Bay’s amazing unbeaten league record goes on

Tom Scott (dark blue) puts in a strong challenge for Trearddur Bay against Llannerchymedd. Pictures: CHRIS WILLZ – MASSIVE THANKS


Trearddur Bay 6 CPD Llannerchymedd 1

Since returning to senior football in 2022-23 and dropping the name United from their title, Trearddur Bay FC men’s first team are yet to lose a league game.

Crowned undefeated North Wales Coast West Division One champions last term with a record of 24 wins and two draws, Bay have a perfect played six won six record in the Tier 4 Premier Division this season.

They have won 30 of their 32 league matches since becoming Trearddur Bay FC, making it 92 points out of a possible 96.

The only teams to take a point off them since the start of last season are Cemaes Bay and Llanystumdwy – both 1-1 draws.

It is an outstanding achievement by the Beach Boys, who currently possess the longest unbeaten league record in North Wales senior football.

Trearddur kept their perfect slate last weekend with a 6-1 victory over Llannerchymedd.

The amazing Asa Thomas (dark blue) breaks down the flank for Trearddur Bay. Picture: CHRIS WILLZ

Asa Thomas, as he so often does, opened the scoring on 28 minutes from a Matt Reynolds assist.

Reynolds made it 2-0 on the half-hour, Les Davies setting him up, and although Aaron Green soon pulled one back for Medd, Myles Jones made it 3-1 and Reynolds notched his second close to the interval, Jay Gibbs assisting.

Midway through the second half, Asa Thomas knocked in his 17th goal of 2023-24, Davies adding another assist to his stats.

Les Davies (dark blue) in the thick of the action for Trearddur Bay. Picture: CHRIS WILLZ

The final word went to Justin Williams, who made it 6-1 two minutes into added time, Thomas Lennon claiming the “A”.

Bay are second in the table, three points behind Gwalchmai with two games in hand.

CPD Mynydd Llandegai 4 Talysarn Celts 4

Llandegai recovered from 4-2 down to snatch a point thanks to two late goals at Penrhiw.

An early Steven Tindall own goal gave Talysarn the lead and soon Glyn Hughes-Thomas and Aled Jones made it 3-0 with just 18 minutes gone.

Mynydd battled back well, goals from Jamie Whitmore and Osian Price cutting the deficit to 3-2 at half time.

When Hughes-Thomas edged Celts 4-2 up with 75 minutes on the clock, it looked an away win was on the cards, but Tindall set up Ben Parker to halve the arrears on 79 and Price levelled it after 84.

CPD Nefyn United 1 Glantraeth 1

Will Hughes’ 87th minute equaliser rescued a commendable point for Glantraeth at Cae’r Delyn.

Rhys Williams netted for Nefyn on the stroke of half time and a home win looked the likely outcome until Hughes hit back late.

CPD Penrhyndeudraeth 2 CPD Llanberis 5

Five different players appeared on the scoresheet for Llanberis in an impressive win at Maes-y-Parc.

Tomos Saynor set the ball rolling for the Darans with a 14th minute goal and there was no further score before half time.

Three minutes into the second period, Tom Hughes put Penrhyn back on terms, but it was not long before Dion Owen converted a spot-kick for the away side.

With 80 minutes gone, it stood 2-1 to the Darans and it was obvious the next goal would be crucial.

Nidian Huws was the man to provide it. benefiting from a Dylan Parry assist to make it 3-1.

Ifan Mansoor soon bagged a fourth and although Tom Hughes replied from the penalty spot, sub Gwyn Jones rounded off the scoring for the visitors with 88 gone.

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