AFE’s North Wales Coast West Division One Players of the Month for July 2021


AFE is delighted to announce its brand new Players of the Month list for the first time – with players who stood out during July 2021 in North Wales Coast Division One.

In years gone by, we’ve always gone with a single player from the league. But, given that quite a lot can happen in the space of a month and so many players can stand out, we’ve decided to go with something different for 21/22.

That’s why we have gone with a shortlist of 8 players who made a real difference for their clubs during the opening month of the 21/22 season.

The list for tier five is as follows …

Anthony Williams (Llangoed)

PIC: Richard Gregson

Attacker who burst onto the scene with a hat-trick in a 3-3 draw with Cefni before scoring two more goals in a 4-2 loss v Waunfawr.
Assisted two in the club’s first tier five win on Saturday – a 3-1 victory at Holyhead Town.
Bags of pace and is proving to be a sharp finisher too – a shrewd signing from Llangoed who picked him up from the now-defunct Llandegfan.

Louis Chapman (Caergybi)

PIC: Caergybi FC

12 goals in just 6 matches in all competitions has put this promising young forward far in front in the goalscorers race.
20-year-old Chapman’s finest moment to date (arguably) came when he netted all four of his side’s goals in a 4-1 win over Mountain Rangers in the league.
He also netted against top of the league Talysarn in a 1-1 draw on Saturday, showing his ‘big game’ capabilities.
A lot of people are excited about him right now and with good reason!

Adam Lloyd Jones (Waunfawr)

PIC: Waunfawr FC

The Beganifs’ main man has scored five goals in four matches in the league as his side have won 3 out of their first four matches.
He has scored braces against Llangoed and Bontnewydd.
Has been a great goal scorer for Waunfawr for a number of seasons now and this year is looking no different as they look to compete at the very top.

Glyn Hughes-Thomas (Talysarn Celts)

PIC: Talysarn Celts FC

So many players could have been picked from the league leaders but we’re going with GHT for his contribution so far.
A headed goal in the big 1-0 win over the in-form Bontnewydd was followed up by a goal in a massive cup win over Pwllheli and a huge brace in the 3-1 win over fellow title-chasers Llanerchymedd.
The 21-year-old was Celts top scorer with 13 goals, as well as Player of the Season and Supporters Player of the Season in 2019/20. How many goals will he go on to score this season?

Kaine Bentley (Holyhead Town)

PIC: Holyhead Town FC

A top young talent who has really caught the eye so far for the Harbourmen.
The 17-year-old attacker has four goals in three matches and has been a real shining star in the team.
Kaine, who comes from a great footballing family, is a talented sportsman who has also been a boxer in the past but now he’s proving his worth to Town on the pitch.

Marc Parry (Cefni)

PIC: Richard Gregson

A real underrated player in the division so far who has been Cefni’s key player.
The 30-year-old midfielder has impressed greatly so far notching 6 goals in his first five matches for the Llangefni side this season.
Two braces against Llangoed and a goal apiece against Caergybi and Llanystumdwy have placed him as one of the leagues top scorers so far in all competitions.
A real hard-working player too who always gives 110%.

Luke Miles (Y Fali)

PIC: MKW Photography

Fali’s key player is this powerful forward who has notched up 5 goals in his first 6 matches of the 21/22 season.
Miles, previously captain and a midfielder at Holyhead Town, has played in a more forward role for Fali this season.
And that’s proved to be a smart move for the player and of huge benefit to the club as he’s looked very sharp so far.

Tom Kelly (Llanerchymedd)

PIC: Llanerchymedd FC

In a team full of far more experienced players, this young midfielder/attacker has popped up with the goods for Llan on a number of occasions already this season.
The Caernarfon Town academy product, 17, has scored 4 times already for Meirion Grieves’ side.
A brace against Cefni really in particular caught the eye as one of his goals was a 25-yard screamer.
One to keep an eye on this season for sure!

Congrats to all on what’s been a fantastic opening month. Tier four list to follow soon …


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