Berf­fro still stun­ning the ‘big boys’

Bangor Mail - - NEWS - Aberffraw (yel­low) on the at­tack against Llannerchymedd

ABERFFRAW stunned Welsh Al­liance League Di­vi­sion Two lead­ers Llannerchymedd with a 6-3 vic­tory at Cae Cyn­las at the week­end.

Hav­ing beaten Di­vi­sion One Bod­ed­ern Ath­letic on away ter­ri­tory in the Welsh Cup the previous week­end, Berf­fro were in the mood to cause an­other up­set, and they cer­tainly de­liv­ered.

Nathan Moore and Richard Roberts pock­eted a pair apiece for the hosts, Con­nor Rees and Gary Bolton one each, with Chris Byast and Rob Jones (2) re­spond­ing for the los­ing side.

New sign­ing Gary Jo Owen net­ted on his de­but for Holy­head Hot­spur, but it amounted to noth­ing more than a con­so­la­tion as the Har­bour­men crashed 6-2 at Meli­den.

Owen, who net­ted 58 goals for Caer­gybi last sea­son, had al­ready bagged 16 this term for the An­gle­sey League side, but has de­cided to try his luck at a higher level.

Asa Thomas was also on tar­get in a heavy de­feat for Craig Brodie’s men.

Gaerwen were pipped 5-4 at home in a thriller against Pwllheli, Con­nor Gor­don (2), Chris Ben­nett and Joe Law­son for the hosts.

Martin Byast gave Aml­wch Town a half-time lead at Kin­mel Bay with a penalty, but the An­gle­sey out­fit ended up 2-1 losers at Y Morfa.

Pentraeth led Glan Conwy 1-0 through a Iwan Wil­liams goal, but a late lev­eller by Jor­dan Phillips en­sured it fin­ished one-apiece.

In Di­vi­sion One, David Mad­dock’s fine fin­ish se­cured Llan­dudno Al­bion a 1-0 ver­dict at Bod­ed­ern Ath­letic, while Geth Evans put Bar­mouth one-up at Mynydd Llan­de­gai, but it ended 1-1.

Pic­ture: CPD ABERFFRAW

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