PICTURE by Wynne Evans shows the Hotspur Reserves players celebrating their Extra Time winner.
Bryngwran Bulls 2-3 Hotspur Reserves
PICTURE: Wynne Evans.
The shock of the weekend saw The Reserves claim a memorable victory as they ended The Bulls’ hopes of winning every trophy this season and inflicted their first defeat since September.
It had all been going so well for Richard Owen’s side, who were without keeper Konner Druce on the day, as they found themselves 2-0 up until the 50th minute of the match – thanks to goals from Matty Roberts and a great strike from Jerome Sillence.
However, several chances to kill the game off were not taken and a result Hotspur’s youthful side found their way back into the tie. Goals from captain Kris Dunne and talented winger Casey Gregg took the tie to Extra Time.
Insult was eventually added to injury for Bryngwran when their former player, Owain Roberts, popped up to score a wonderful winner in Extra Time and send The Reserves through to the final – where they will play the division’s other Reserves side, Pentraeth, at Nantporth on April 26.
LUCAS OIL CUP
Arriva Bangor 0-2 Caergybi
PICTURE: Dave Webb of Caergybi (black and white) takes on Arriva’s Terry Wax. Credit: Trevor Owen.
Cybi reached their second final of the season with a well-deserved win over Arriva.
Having already fought their way to the prestigious Dargie Cup final (where they will face Bryngwran Bulls), Dale Moffat’s side moved a step closer to even more potential glory on Saturday afternoon.
Anglesey League top scorer James Ryan was the star of the show once again, taking his goals tally for the season to 68 as he netted both goals in this one. Credit must also go to the likes of Casey Williams and Marcus Bell however, as they held out strongly in defence to earn a clean sheet.
PICTURE: Jac Thomas (left) was the hat-trick hero for Bro Goronwy. PICTURE: Bro Goronwy FC.
Bro Goronwy 6 (J. Thomas 5′, 16′, 37′, A. Williams 33′, C. Whittle 81′, C. Thomas 88′)
Talysarn Celts 2 (R. Jones 62′, G. Tomos 63′)
Llangoed 2 (N. Williams, J. Finter)
Mynydd Tigers 3 (No scorers received)
MEDITEL CUP (Semi-finals)
Menai Bridge Tigers 4 (S. Lock 44′, D. Healy 46′, D. Redmond 55′, 86′)
Nefyn United 2 (No scorers received)
WELSH ALLIANCE TWO
PICTURE: Amlwch’s wait for a win goes on …Credit: Amlwch Town FC.
Aberffraw 2 (S, Jenkins 9, R.Roberts 78′)
Y Felinheli 1 (I. Owen 72′)
Holyhead Town 2 (J. Murphy 68′, 81′)
Gaerwen 2 (C. Davies 34′, 90′)
Kinmel Bay 4 (A. Wood 25′, N. Hughes 40′, R. Roberts 42′, K. Ellis 55′)
Pwllheli 2 (T. Mohoney 30, D. Jones 70′)
Meliden 1 (C. Marsden)
Mochdre Sports 5 (C. Lloyd (x3), B. Tudor, J. Grimshaw)
Penmaenmawr Phoenix 1 (A. Caldecott 36′)
Pentraeth 3 (M. Holland 12′, D. Williams 70′, 72′)
Amlwch Town 1 (T. Rowlands 31′)
WELSH ALLIANCE ONE
PICTURE: It was another win for this impressive Boded side. PICTURE: Facebook.
Barmouth Dyffryn 6 (S. Jones 17′, 42′, 72′, 80′, 83′ P. Lewis 39′)
St Asaph City 1 (P. Fleming (P) 90′)
Bodedern Athletic 2 (R. Taylor 25′, S. Whittaker 55′)
Greenfield 1 (A. Roxburgh 61′)
Llanrug United 0
Llandudno Albion 3 (D. Maddock 12′, Own goal 59′, A. Hold 65′)
Nantlle Vale 0
Llandyrnog United 1 (D. Williams 25′)
Llangefni Town 2 (K. Lloyd 72′, 87′ (P) )
Mynydd Llandegai 3 (C. Whelan 44′, D. Williams 48′, G. Roberts 51′)
Llanrwst United 2 (C. Parry 25′, A. Hughes 90′)