PICTURE by Y Felinheli FC
** Stats are league goals only **
BETTER later than never! Here is the official top scorer list for the last ever Welsh Alliance Two season in its current form.
Welsh Alliance One list to follow in separate article …
Corey Sinnott (Gwalchmai) – 13 goals
Gwalchmai legend and former Glantraeth, Bodedern Athletic and Llangefni Town man proved to be one of the key players in Welsh Alliance Two last season.
The experienced Sinnott, now 38, has become a vital part of the Gwalchmai set up and proved his worth by popping up with double figures.
However, he finished as the club’s second top scorer (as you’ll find out as you scroll down!)
Dafydd Gwyn Jones (Pwllheli) – 14 goals
Pwll’s main man proved to be a handful for several defences during the 2019/20 campaign.
Jones, mainly deployed as an attacking midfielder, enjoyed a fine season.
Alfie Caldecott (Penmaenmawr Phoenix) – 15 goals
A pacey and naturally-gifted finisher, Caldecott has proven to be a really dangerous attacker over the last few seasons and this time around was no different as he hit 15 for Pen who finished in third place in the WA2.
Ryan Rowlands (Amlwch Town/Llandudno Amateurs) – 15 goals
Was the main man at Cemaes Bay in the Anglesey League in 2018/19, contributing 23 goals in all competitions, before moving to bitter rivals Amlwch Town last summer.
He continued his fine form in blue colours at Lon Bach, picking up 12 goals for the club in WA2 before moving to the Amateurs where he hit a further three goals before the season came to an abrupt end.
Marc Evans (Gwalchmai) – 18 goals
Super talented forward who has now made the move to FAW Championship North & Mid side Bangor City in the second division.
After a highly-successful time away in New Zealand with Melville United – during which he broke a club record for most goals scored in a season (39) in 2017/18, Evans returned to Wales last summer and signed for Gwalch.
Unsurprisingly his talents were once again clear to see in Welsh Alliance Two as he picked up 18 goals in the league alone (as well as two more in cup competitions)
A particular highlight of his season came when he scored all five goals in a 5-2 win over Kinmel Bay back in November.
Matty Griffiths (Kinmel Bay) – 18 goals
Another prolific figure on the list.
The former Prestatyn Town and Meliden forward is one of the best finishers in Denbighshire, as he showcased in 2017/18 when he hit 38 goals for the latter.
This season, it was the Welsh Alliance Two’s turn to witness his goal-scoring prowess and he impressed once more – scoring 18 of his side’s 45 league goals.
Iwan Owen (Y Felinheli) – 25 goals
The official top scorer in WA2 for 2019/20 helped fire his side to an impressive league title victory.
Talented attacker Owen bagged 30 goals in all competitions during what was a memorable campaign for himself and the club as a whole.
Has been a great player for Felin for quite a few seasons now and finally got what he deserves by claiming the Golden Boot this season.