Gwynedd and Anglesey Netball Winter League week 4 – Primos and Rebals still lead the way

Division One side Fflamau Brynrefs

Penygroes Primos remain top of the Hogan Gwynedd and Anglesey Netball Winter League Division One after a hard-fought win over Tim o Walis last Wednesday, while Rebals Refail Arfon lead Division Two after their latest victory the night before.

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

Wythnos 4/Week 4


Tim o Walis 27-31 Primos
(6-9; 13-16; 19-25; 27-31)

Leaders Primos made it four wins out of four, but were given a great battle by Tim o Walis.
The Penygroes side led by just three goals at half time, and despite being six ahead entering the last quarter, Walis won that curtain-closer 8-6.

Players of the Match
Players: Walis – Nia Tomos; Primos – Charnjit Grewal
Umpires: Walis – Erin Roberts; Primos – Charnjit Grewal

Pwllheli Panthers 21-20 Dolgellau
(8-3; 13-10; 16-16; 21-20)

What a game! Panthers matched Primos in making it four straight wins but they were pushed to the limit by Dolgellau.
Pwllheli led 8-3 and 13-10 over the first two sessions, but Dol fought back to take the third 6-3 and make it all-square before the last. Panthers edged that one 5-4 to triumph by the narrowest of margins.

Players: Panthers – Daisy Doodson; Dolgellau – Sara James
Umpires: Panthers – Cassie Ogilvy; Dolgellau – Catrin Gittins

Menai Mavericks 30-35 Walis Bryncoch
(8-10; 18-19; 26-25; 30-35)

Another belter of a game saw Mavericks trail by one at half time but then win the third 8-6 to lead by a single goal ahead of the final segment.
However, Bryncoch pulled out all the stops to dominate the final act 10-4 and clinch the win.

Players: Mavericks – Steff Oliver Smith; Bryncoch – Cira Williams
Umpires: Mavericks – Steff Oliver Smith; Bryncoch – Marged Sion

Dyffryn Ladies 11-31 Arfon Ladies
(3-9; 5-17; 8-24; 11-31)

Arfon were too strong on the night, increasing their lead throughout to win by 20 goals in the end.

Players: Dyffryn – Cadi Wyn Jones; Arfon – Alaw Swyn
Umpires: Dyffryn – Cadi Wyn Jones; Arfon – Alaw Ceris

Holyhead 20-27 Celts Bach
(3-7; 8-10; 13-16; 20-27)

This one was close all the way until Celts Bach stormed the last 11-7 to record a clear victory.

Players and Umpires: Holyhead – Jo Thomas; Celts Bach – Dinah Hardington


Blaenau Ffestiniog 19-31 Pwllheli Pumas
(7-9; 10-17; 15-23; 19-31)

After a close first quarter, Pumas took the next 8-3 and outscored their opponents by 14 goals to 9 in the second half.

Players and Umpires: Blaenau – Mel Roberts; Pumas – Emily Thomas

Porthmadog Dyffryn Ladies 39-4 Genod Nantlle
(15-0; 20-1; 30-2; 39-4)

A powerful goal-packed display from Porthmadog over a young side still developing.

Players: Porthmadog – Cet Roberts; Genod – Angharad Jones
Umpires: Porthmadog – Charley Davies; Genod – Angharad Jones

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Cymric Caernarfon 20-23 Wariars Walis
(3-5; 10-7; 15-15; 20-23)

The lead changed hands over the first two quarters before the pair entered the last dead level.
Wariars closed out with an 8-5 success to win the match.

Players: Cymric – Elain Elis; Wariars – Elen Gwyn
Umpires: Cymric – Elain Elis; Wariars – Lois Parry

Walis Midffild 33-12 Llewod Llangefni
(7-2; 20-4; 27-9; 33-12)

No stopping the Midffild girls in this one, the Walis side taking total control by winning the second quarter 13-2.

Players and Umpires: Midffild – Beca Haf; Llewod – Catrin Williams

Rebals Refail 38-9 Pwllheli Hustlers
(9-2; 17-5; 30-8; 38-9)

Table-topping Rebals were always in command against the Hustlers, winning the four quarters 9-2, 8-3, 13-3 and 8-1.

Players: Rebals – Anest Hickey; Hustlers – Olivia Schonhut
Umpires: Rebals – Hanna Jones; Hustlers – Karri Jones

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