Owen’s lone strike as Town go down

Caernarfon Herald - - MOTORS -

FFION OWEN scored a phe­nom­e­nal goal for Caernar­fon Town, but sadly that was the only high­light in the Ca­naries 10-1 de­feat at Cyn­coed in the Welsh Pre­mier Women’s League.

It was a third goal of the sea­son for cap­tain Owen, an at­tack­ing mid­fielder renowned for her shoot­ing abil­ity. Her lat­est goal was a mag­nif­i­cent right-footer from 25 yards in the first half of last week­end’s clash in South Wales.

Af­ter three straight league de­feats to start the cam­paign, Caernar­fon will aim for bet­ter this Sun­day when they host pro­moted side Bri­ton Ferry Llan­sawel, at The Oval (2pm).

Striker Ceri Lois, who joined the Cofis shortly be­fore the start of the sea­son, has left af­ter mak­ing two ap­pear­ances and signed for North Wales Women’s League team Bethesda Ath­letic.

Ca­trin Thomas, Town’s top-scorer in their 2016-17 North Wales ti­tle-win­ning sea­son, re­cently re­turned to Caernar­fon af­ter a short spell with Llan­dudno. Lat­est re­sults:

● Ffion Owen (right - yel­low shirt) scored a stun­ning goal for Caernar­fon at Cyn­coed

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