Holders Arriva to face Bryngwran in Car Boot Trophy final (+ other leagues)

PICTURE shows Arriva Bangor winning the Car Boot Trophy last season – taken by Wynne Evans.


Llanfairpwll 0-4 Arriva Bangor

Holders Arriva Bangor progressed to the final two of the Car Boot Trophy once more thanks to a dominant display over a much-improved Llanfair side.

Kevin Jones’ side eased their way through into the final thanks to goals from top scorer Scott Hughes, Danny Camilleri and a brace from winger Ben Hulse.

The Busmen will now go on to face Bryngwran Bulls in the final, just as they will in the last two of the Elias Cup.

Bryngwran Bulls 2-1 Caergybi

Jerome Sillence (Navy) of Bryngwran goes for the ball. PICTURE: Wynne Evans.

As mentioned, The Bulls have made it into yet another final thanks to a hard-fought win over Caergybi.

A lacklustre first half, the talking point of which was a penalty not being given, saw the game go into half time at 0-0. However, the second half was much more lively.

With Cybi wasting chances and Bulls keeper Konner Druce on form, the home side grew in confidence and the breakthrough finally came on 68mins when Craig Moore found the top corner following a corner whipped in by Mark Hamblin. The lead was doubled on 79mins when Moore’s free-kick took a deflection and found the back of the net.

Former Bulls player James Ryan hit his record-breaking 65th goal of the season for Cybi, but it was not enough as Richard Owen’s side progressed to the final.


Cefni 3-0 Bodorgan

Cefni moved up to fourth in the league with a routine victory over Bod at Beach Road in Bangor.

Top scorer Nathan Lewis hit his 12th goal of the season and midfielders Marc Parry and Ben Wright were also on target.

It’s fair to say that the Llangefni-based side have enjoyed a fine campaign and could finish in a great position when their remaining two games are done and dusted. Bodorgan will play their final game of the season against Llanfairpwll next Saturday.

Holyhead Hotspur Reserves 8-2 Llandegfan

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Experienced Kelly was the difference for The Reserves.

Played in torrential wind and rain at the New Oval, Hotspur Res took the lead just 3mins in when a misplaced back-pass allowed Casey Gregg into score. Llandeg came back strong at them though and pressured their defence into a mistake, which midfielder Robert Boyes capitalised on to fire home an equaliser.

With the wind in their favour, Hotspur came charging back and took the lead when a shot flew through goalkeeper Jamie Keily. It was 3-1 soon after when a corner played in was poked in from close range by player-manager Mike Kelly at the back post. Four more goals before half time from Kelly (3), captain Kris Dunne and Luke Roberts saw Hotspur Res in full control.

In the second half, striker Paul Jones pulled Llandeg back to 7-2 when he produced a smart finish from close range before Hotspur completed the scoreline soon after through Ben Hamilton.



Mynydd Tigers 1 (No scorer received)
Menai Bridge Tigers 6 (C. Davidson (3), D. Redmond, S. Hogan and S. Lock)


Glantraeth celebrate a goal. PICTURE: Bro Goronwy FC.

Bro Goronwy 2 (J. Ryan and J. Thomas)
Glantraeth 3 (R. Kelly, A. Clarke and N. Clarke)

(Round 2)

Gwalchmai 2-2 Waunfawr (3-4 on pens)

Gwalch may be leading the Gwynedd League, but they were given a dose of reality here as The Beganifs took them all the way in the cup.

Declan Jones and Gwion Thomas netted for Gwalch as did Adam Jones and Sion Roberts for Waunfawr before spot-kicks decided the closely-fought battle.

Llangoed 0-2 Llanystumdwy

Another shock win here as Llan have just two wins in 16 in the league and Llangoed are currently fourth.

The magic of the cup shone through though as Sion Pierce and Darren Parry struck to send the visitors through.

Nefyn United 2
Talysarn Celts 1



So close yet so far for Amlwch once again!

Greenfield 0
Llanrug United 0

Llanberis 3 (R. Owen 37’, D. Jones 43’, C. McDonald 84’)
St. Asaph City 3 (J. Foulkes 49’, 73’, P. Fleming 78’)

Llangefni Town 7 (D. Thomas 24’, C. Roberts 41’, M. Jones 45’, L. Morris 49’, 54’, M. Pritchard 74’, 90’)
Barmouth Dyffryn 0

Llanrwst United 5 (C. Nicholson 4’, L. Griffiths 21’, A. Jones 36’, C. Parry 43’, 80’)
Llandyrnog United 0

Penrhyndeudraeth 8 (M. Williams 26’, 43’, L. Watson 33’, 54’, J. Jones 38, S. Jones 41’, T. Smith 51’, 65’)
Llandudno Junction 0

Prestatyn Sports 0
Bodedern Athletic 1 (R. Jones 58’)



Aberffraw 2 (G. Hughes 75’, A. Jones 90’)
Holyhead Town 1 (Own goal 56’)

Blaenau Amateurs 2 (I. Jones 2’, I. Griffiths 16’)
Penmaenmawr Phoenix 2 (D. Williams 15’, E. Jones 35’)

Gaerwen 2 (J. Owen 14’, D. Williams 47’)
Y Felinheli 2 (R. Parry 65’, G. John 90’ (P) )

Llanefydd 5 (S. Jones 8’, 20’, 46’, 78’, E. Roberts 55’ (P) )
Mochdre Sports 1 (K. Davies 88’ (P) )

Llanerchymedd 3 (M. Jones 13’ (P), J. Burgess 48’, D. Thomas 79’)
Amlwch Town 2 (D. Jones 73’, 75’)

Pentraeth 5 (M. Holland 6’, 26’, G. Hughes 9’, I. Williams 60’, 70’)
Meliden 0

Pwllheli 0
Glan Conwy 1 (C. Davies 51’)


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