Boded two points clear at top

Bangor Mail - - SPORT -

BODEDERN Ath­letic are two points clear at the Lock Stock Welsh Al­liance Divi­sion One sum­mit after a hard-fought 2-1 home win over Mynydd Llan­de­gai last Satur­day.

Shaun Jenk­ins handed Boded a half-time lead, and al­though Gavin Owen equalised 10 min­utes into the sec­ond pe­riod, Jack Grif­fiths bagged the win­ner on 78.

The An­gle­sey vil­lagers visit Llan­r­wst United this Satur­day look­ing to stretch their un­beaten run to seven matches. Llangefni Town are sec­ond, two points be­hind Bodedern but with two games in hand, after a 0-0 draw at Green­field.

This Satur­day sees Town take on the only other team to have pre­vented them find­ing the net this term in Llan­beris.

Llan­ner­chymedd beat Pen­traeth 2-0 at Tan Parc in Divi­sion Two. Medd took the lead on 31 min­utes with a su­perb cross-cum-shot from Josh Grif­fiths, the ball dip­ping in over keeper Huw Shaw.

The sec­ond half was a scrappy af­fair, nei­ther side look­ing like scor­ing un­til in the 65th minute a cross came in from the left and Shaw, un­chal­lenged, ini­tially eas­ily caught the ball, only for it to slip out of his grasp and into the net.

Aml­wch Town were the hap­pi­est they have been all sea­son, pick­ing up their first point of the cam­paign in a de­served 3-3 draw at Mochdre Sports.

Nathan Moore’s 17th goal of the sea­son en­sured Aberf­fraw claimed a 1-1 draw with vis­i­tors Pwll­heli, while Holy­head Town were beaten 3-1 at home by Glan Conwy, Gary Jo Owen with a con­so­la­tion strike for the Har­bour­men.

In the Re­serves Divi­sion, Llangefni Town went down 2-0 at home to Nantlle Vale.

● Llan­ner­chymedd’s Josh Grif­fiths shoots for goal in their 2-0 vic­tory over Pen­traeth

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