Two hotshots are well ahead of the rest in the 2023-24 North Wales football Goalden Girls table.
Llandudno’s amazing Australian Stevie Donougher has scored 24 times in just nine games, while 17-year-old Llangefni Town sensation Jess Jones has netted 20 in eight matches.
In third spot is the ever-consistent Sade Benjamin of CPD Y Rhyl 1879 with 13 goals in nine appearances.
Rosie Hughes of Wrexham, Goalden Girl for the past two seasons, is playing at a level much higher than anyone else outside of her own team, yet is still going well on 11 goals in eight outings and sits top of the Adran Premier scorers table.
And look at the tremendous triumvirate from Connah’s Quay Nomads with 25 goals between them!
Shannon Hobbs leads the way on 10, 16-year-old Phoebe Ellis has eight for the senior side alone and the gifted Elana Harley is on seven.
Tegan Crockett of Flint Town United has scored in each of the five games she has played so far for her new club – nine goals in all, while veteran Ceri Purvis is flying for Denbigh Town, having also netted nine times.
North Wales Women’s football top goalscorers after matches played November 5, 2023.
Figures include goals in all competitions – league and cups.
Senior goals only, under-19 matches not included.
Stevie Donougher (Llandudno)
Jess Jones (Llangefni Town)
Sade Benjamin (CPD Y Rhyl 1879)
Rosie Hughes (Wrexham)
Shannon Hobbs (Connah’s Quay Nomads)
Tegan Crockett (Flint Town United), Ceri Purvis (Denbigh Town)
Phoebe Ellis (Connah’s Quay Nomads)
Ava Suckley (Wrexham), Elana Harley (Connah’s Quay Nomads), Rosie Hughes (Flint Town United)
Maddie Williams (Llandudno), Jen Cox (Llangefni Town), Stacey Tradewell (Llandudno), Fflur Williams (CPDM Y Felinheli), Catrin Evans (CPDM Y Felinheli), Jess Mills (NFA), Lois Thomas (Pwllheli), Lisa Jones (Caernarfon Town)