PICTURE by Richard Gregson shows Llangoed (yellow) taking on Llandegfan.
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 27
Bangor City 4 (Giacomo Mello x3, Dante Isla) v Holyhead Hotspur 1 (Alex Jones)
Bangor City U19’s 1 (Unknown scorer) v Bethesda Athletic 4 (Daniel Hughes x2, Tomos Hughes, Kyle Hartleb)
Cemaes Bay 1 (Ryan Jones) v Bodedern Athletic 1 (Callum Thomas)
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 28
Bro Goronwy 1 v Llanerchymedd 3 (Janes Burgess, Andy Swindells, Deion Evans)
LLAN put in a good shift to beat Robbie Jones’ Bro side 3-1 at Plas Arthur Leisure Centre in Llangefni.
Former Bro man Andy Swindells was on target for Llan, as were experienced forward James Burgess and midfield workhorse Deion Evans.
Cefni 0 v Llanrug United 6
Gaerwen 2 (Christy Pritchard, Lewis Owen) v CPD Y Fali 1 (Marc Wilson (P) )
JUSTIN Gallagher’s Gaerwen side made it 2 wins out of 2 at home for pre-season as they beat Dan Jones’ Fali.
Christy Pritchard gave the home side the lead with a 25-yard half volley. Fali then equalised through a penalty despatched by returning hero Marc Wilson (who now has two goals in two games) but Lewis Owen popped up with a winner for Gaerwen to take his tally to four goals in three games.
Gwalchmai 1 v Llangefni Town 3 (Gari Owen, Erhan Hyusman, Alun Roberts)
Holyhead Town 3 (Robert Thomas, Jenson Rowlands, Josh Evans) v Llangefni Town Reserves 2 (Luke Waller, Zack Haighe)
THE Harbourmen overturned a 2-0 deficit to beat Llangefni’s youngsters in this one.
Goals from Waller and Haighe had given Gafyn Buckland’s side a commanding 2-0 lead at half time.
But, Thomas, Rowlands and Evans, who had scored the winner after a free kick was spilt by the keeper, turned the result on its head and handed David Jones and Stephen Owen’s side another pre-season win.
Hotspur Reserves 1 v Caergybi 4 (Louis Chapman, Leeroy Parry, Mark Hamblin, Mason Hughes)
Llangoed 3 (Josh Pugh, Llion Roberts, Sam Gregson) v Llandegfan 2 (Aled Davies, Sammie Williams)
HAVING lost 17-0 and 3-1 to Llangoed in this charity cup match in the previous two years – Llandeg showed much more heart this time around.
Llangoed raced into a 2-0 lead early on thanks to two great finishes from Josh Pugh and Llion Roberts. But, Llandeg battled back hard to equalise before half time – attacking midfielder Aled Davies scoring their first goal of pre-season before debutante Sammie Williams scored from the spot.
In the second half, decent chances fell to both sides but in the end it was midfielder Sam Gregson, who coincidentally lives in Llandegfan, who scored the winner for Llangoed in the 82nd minute.
Menai Tigers 2 (Callum Davidson, Dean Redmond) v Talysarn Celts 0
Mountain Rangers 4 (Kev Lloyd x2 and two unknown scorers) v Llanfairpwll 3 (Danny Connolly x2, Josh Royds)
IT WAS a spirited performance from Llanfair in this one as they ultimately fell just short to a great Rangers side.
Vinny Walker and Spud Thomas’ side found themselves 1-0 down early on to a Kev Lloyd goal before Danny Connolly opened his account for Llanfair with a pile driver to equalise. It was the Josh Royds’ turn to open his account for Llanfair as he scored from a rebound to put them 2-1 up at HT.
Connolly then made it 3-1 to Llanfair early on in the second half. But, Rangers responded brilliantly and we’re level soon after as they clawed two goals back thanks to Lloyd once more and Aaron Mansel Griffiths. Lloyd then completed his hat-trick for the home side late on as they completed the turnaround.
Mynydd Llandegai 4 v Arriva Bangor 0
Nefyn United 9 (Carl Jones x2, Dafydd Gwyn Jones x2, Dylan Sion Jones x2, Tomos Jones, Ifan Jones, Tristan Parry) v Bontnewydd 1
Pentraeth 0 v Glantraeth 4 (Brad Bland x3, Christopher Reid)
Pwllheli 0 v Llanystumdwy 1 (Kian Pritchard)
Trearddur Bay Bulls 2 (Iolo Jones, Casey Gregg) v Amlwch Town 5 (Jordan Edney x2, Jac Thomas x2, Dan Jones)
TOWN picked up a very impressive away win at the Bulls on Saturday as Chris Byast maintained a great record as new manager of the club.
Jordan Edney continued his fine form with two more goals, after netting a hat-trick in the 8-3 win over Gaerwen just last weekend. There were two goals also for debutante Jac Thomas, who has been so prolific for Bro Goronwy over the years, and Dan Jones added the other in a great win for Amlwch as Iolo Jones and Casey Gregg’s goals weren’t enough for The Bulls on the day.