PICTURE by Wynne Evans.
ONE of the deadliest strikers around in 2019/20, Williams was a pivotal part of a Bulls side who finished in the top four in their very first season in the Gwynedd League.
Having been promoted from the Anglesey League as champions in the season prior, Richard Owen’s side set the GL alight and were top for a decent part of the season – until Bangor 1876 caught up to them on matches played and maintained a 100% record at the end of the season which was cut short.
In the end, the club finished fourth on Points Per Game, despite having more points (38) than Nefyn United (34) who were runners-up and Menai Tigers (32) who were third, due to them having played more matches than their opponents.
Through it all, pacey forward Williams was a real threat and was one of the top scorers in the division, notching up 15 goals. He also scored 10 goals in cup competitions to give himself 25 in total.
He’s been a consistent goalscorer for years in the lower realms of North Wales football now and was particularly brilliant in my first season covering the Anglesey League (2017/18), where he scored 36 goals for Valley Athletic.
Williams has been playing for The Bulls once more in ‘pre-season’ and will no doubt be an added attacking threat to a side that already features Gary Jo Owen and Asa Thomas once the next season starts.