2019/20 TOP SCORERS: Cymru North to Anglesey League (league goals only)




McGonigle is leading the pack. PICTURE: Conwy Borough.

Corrig McGonigle (Conwy Borough) – 23 goals
Mark Cadwallader (Flint Town United) – 20 goals
Robert Hughes (Prestatyn Town) – 18 goals

Great to see an Anglesey lad top of the pile in the second division of Welsh football. McGonigle is once again proving that, no matter what he league he plays in, he guarantees goals – and some good ones at that.


Walker is the active top scorer in WA1.

Callum Parry (Llanrwst United) – 23 goals – has now departed for Colwyn Bay
Jake Walker (Denbigh Town) – 23 goals
Connor Davies (Glan Conwy) – 21 goals
Mark Roberts (Denbigh Town) – 13 goals
Meilir Williams (Blaenau Amateurs) – 11 goals
Dean Redmond (Bodedern Athletic) – 11 goals
Robert Jones (Holyhead Hotspur) – 10 goals
Dave Maddox (Llandudno Albion) – 10 goals

Top of the charts for WA1 is former St Asaph City striker Jake Walker who’s been in deadly form this season. With the equally talented Callum Parry having departed for Cymru North side Colwyn Bay in January, Walker is now the top active scorer.


Owen has been on top form for Y Felinheli.

Iwan Owen (Y Felinheli) – 23 goals
Marc Evans (Gwalchmai) – 17 goals
Matty Griffiths (Kinmel Bay) – 16 goals
Ryan Rowlands (Amlwch/Llandudno Amateurs) – 14 goals
Dafydd Gwyn Jones (Pwllheli) – 14 goals
Alfie Caldecott (Penmaenmawr Phoenix) – 14 goals
Jack Williams (Llandudno Junction) – 10 goals
Rhys Parry (Y Felinheli) – 10 goals

Y Felinheli are currently sitting second in Welsh Alliance Two (with three games in hand over Penmanemawr Phoenix who are first) – Owen has played a big, big role in getting them to that spot.

The forward has been the standout star for the club and one of the best in the division, pulling six goals clear of the other goalscorers and putting himself in good stead to finish as top scorer.


DSJ has been in formidable form for 1876.

Dylan Summers-Jones (Bangor 1876) – 31 goals
Jamie Petrie (Bangor 1876) – 29 goals
Wayne Thomas (Llangoed) – 19 goals
Cai Penny-Williams (Bontnewydd) – 15 goals – has now gone to Llangefni Town Reserves.
Carl Jones (Nefyn United) – 15 goals
Justin Williams (Trearddur Bay Bulls) – 15 goals
Gwynfor Owen (Trearddur Bay Bulls) – 14 goals
Tom Hadley (Trearddur Bay Bulls) – 12 goals – has now gone to Holyhead Town.
Les Davies (Bangor 1876) – 12 goals
Jac Thomas (Bro Goronwy) – 12 goals
Darren Parry (Llanystumdwy) – 12 goals
Dylan Sion Jones (Nefyn United) – 11 goals
Luke Baum (Talysarn Celts) – 10 goals
Morgan Roberts (Bontnewydd) – 10 goals
James Ryan (Caergybi/Glantraeth) – 10 goals

What a season it’s been for 1876 – scoring more than 150 goals already in all competitions and absolutely dominating on all fronts. 17-year-old Summers-Jones is the one who’s caught the eye the most however.

In amongst the other far more experienced players such as Les Davies and Michael Johnston, the winger has been outstanding netting an incredible 31 goals so far and impressing managers, players and fans alike with his performances.


Williams is the top scorer in the AL.

Sam Williams (Mountain Rangers) – 33 goals
Steven Whittaker (Cemaes Bay) – 27 goals
Scott Hughes (Arriva Bangor) – 19 goals
Keenan Downey (Cemaes Bay) – 13 goals
Andy Williams (Cemaes Bay) – 11 goals
Casey Boylan (Valley) – 11 goals
Simon Kay (Mountain Rangers) – 10 goals

Mountain Rangers might be new to the AL this season, but they have a number of experienced stars in their side and Williams AKA ‘Ziggy’ has been the best of the bunch.

The forward has been formidable so far, bagging 33 goals in the league (45 in all comps). However, he is currently out with a long term injury – so could his chances of finishing as top scorer be scuppered by that?

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