NORTH WALES COAST WEST LEAGUE REPORTS – NOVEMBER 11
CPD Aberffraw 1 Llanrug United 3
Three points on the road kept Llanrug well in touch with the top three in the Premier Division.
After a goalless first half, Marvin Pritchard broke the deadlock in the visitors favour on 52 minutes.
A Iwan Bohana own goal on 64 brought Berffro level, but Owain Jones restored the United lead with 81 gone and top-scorer Jamie McDaid clinched the points by making it 3-1 after 90.
CPD Mynydd Llandegai 1 Cemaes Bay 5
Back to winning ways for sixth-place Cemaes with an emphatic victory at Penrhiw.
Tom Wood opened the scoring on 20 minutes to give the Anglesey side a 1-0 lead at the break.
A brilliant second half saw Wood complete his hat-trick with goals on 53 and 67, before Iolo Hughes converted a penalty after 69 to mark his first goal for the Bay.
David Hayes pulled one back for Mynydd before Rhys Thomas also scored his first Cemaes goal in injury time.
CPD Pentraeth 1 CPD Llanberis 3
Will Williams (2) and Ben Rowlands shared the goals as the Darans claimed maximum reward at Bryniau.
Yannic Mundle-Garratt hit back for the Anglesey hosts, but by then they were 3-0 down with just eight minutes left.
Talysarn Celts 2 CPD Nefyn United 4
A cracking away win put Nefyn level on points with leaders Gwalchmai, who the Penwaig now only trail on goal difference.
Tomi Evans and Dylan Sion Jones put Nefyn two-up inside the first 15 minutes.
Luke Baum replied with a penalty and captain Llion Jones made it all-square in first half added time.
All to play for in the second half, and a Dylan Sion Jones penalty, plus a crucial net-finder from sub
Calum Hayden in the 94th minute banked the points for United.
Four minutes into the second half, Celts had Sion Pollard red-carded with the score at 2-2.