CITY IN POLE PO­SI­TION FOR LO­CAL TEAMS

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BAN­GOR City are as­sured of fourth place – the best of the lo­cals – in the North Wales Coast Bowl­ing League’s Di­vi­sion A fi­nal plac­ings, af­ter their lat­est im­pres­sive tri­umph.

City blasted sec­ond­from-bot­tom Craig-y-Don A 10-2, John Short top block at 21-4 and Ryan Short 21-9.

Beau­maris A snatched a thrilling 7-5 vic­tory over di­vi­sion lead­ers Llan­r­wst A.

In the Cas­tle green show­down, the games were split 5-5 and Keith Bai­ley’s hosts earned the bonus be­cause of the ag­gre­gates of 167-157, Al­lan Caugh­ter best at 21-3.

Llan­fair­p­wll also en­joyed a boost in a 9-3 win over Blae­nau Ffes­tin­iog, Meilir Ellinson post­ing 21-5.

Di­vi­sion B: Ben­l­lech 3 St As­aph A 9; Bethesda 4 (Cal­lum Sor­fleet 21-9) Caernar­fon 8.

Di­vi­sion C: Holy­head 6 (Ian Black 21-8) Eirias Park 6, games 4-6, points 173-171; Sunny Rhyl 8 Beau­maris B 4 (Mike Or­mond 21-7).

Llan­fair­p­wll’s on­go­ing con­cerns about rel­e­ga­tion dan­ger in the Welsh Coun­ties’ League, as the next-to-bot­tom strug­glers in re­cent weeks, were com­pounded by a 9-1 derby drub­bing at Beau­maris, Keith Bai­ley 21-5 and Dave Jones 21-7.

Ban­gor City are the new Mon­day Di­vi­sion cham­pi­ons in the An­gle­sey/Ban­gor and Dis­trict League, an 8-2 fi­nal match flour­ish over main ri­vals Beau­maris clinch­ing the ti­tle.

City fea­tured Gw­erydd Buck­land on 21-9 as their best per­former.

Other re­sults: Academi Llan­fair 3 Ben­l­lech 7, Cric­ci­eth 9 Llan­fair­p­wll 1, Holy­head 9 Me­nai Bridge 1, Llangefni 6 Caernar­fon 4.

Fi­nal plac­ings: Ban­gor City 137 points, Beau­maris 125, Llangefni 124, Cric­ci­eth 102, Llan­fair­p­wll 100, Holy­head 87, Caernar­fon 81, Ben­l­lech 73, Me­nai Bridge 43, Academi Llan­fair 28.

Llan­fair­p­wll added to their two cup con­quests in re­cent weeks by clinch­ing the Wed­nes­day Di­vi­sion ti­tle in the An­gle­sey/ Ban­gor and Dis­trict League with an 8-2 re­sult over Holy­head. Gw­erydd Buck­land fea­tured at 21-3 and John Grif­fiths 21-6, al­though Holy­head’s Cl­wyd Jones posted 21-7 and Dan Ross­ing­ton 21-9. Sec­ond­placed Beau­maris A ham­mered Ben­l­lech 10-0, with Tim Wil­liams on 21-3.

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