Hit man Beck is all right now

Bangor Mail - - BUSINESS -

CAERGYBI rat­tled up a mag­nif­i­cent seven to coast into the next round of the An­gle­sey League’s Me­gan Cup.

Un­der flood­lights at Ban­gor City’s 3G pitch, the is­lan­ders romped to a 7-0 can­ing of Llandegfan last Satur­day.

Goals on five and seven min­utes from Ash­ley Beck put Caergybi two-up and the score re­mained the same up to half time.

Two min­utes into the sec­ond half and Beck com­pleted his hat-trick.

Richard Ar­gyle added an­other on 50 min­utes, then Gary Jo Owen made the score­sheet.

Owen was fouled in the box to give Caergybi a penalty, but the same player’s kick was well saved by man of the match for Llandegfan, keeper Hy­wel Hughes.

Beck notched his fourth on 80 min­utes and Scott Pet­tersen struck again be­fore the end.

The game was not as one-sided as the score­line sug­gests, with Llandegfan al­ways dan­ger­ous on the break. Their two speedy strik­ers Geraint Roberts and Cal­lum Graves kept the Caergybi de­fence busy at times.

Ar­riva Ban­gor got past Pentraeth Re­serves 4-1, Scott Hughes (2), Andy Clarke and Kyle Jones see­ing the Bus­men to vic­tory, Jack Di­a­mond re­ply­ing.

Post­poned: Llan­goed and District Res v Bryngwran Bulls, Mynydd Tigers v Bodorgan.

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