Amlwch upset in Trophy thriller
struck level right on the stroke of half-time.
A free kick conceded on the left hand edge of the Bangor penalty area was whipped in with both power and precision by Gareth Jones-Evans to give Leon Jones very little chance and ensured that both teams headed into the dressing rooms level at one goal apiece.
The all-important breakthrough for Bangor arrived on 72 minutes in a carbon copy of the opening goal.
Dylan Williams was the provider this time as he sent a low, powerful ball across the six-yard line which Lloyd gratefully pounced on at the far post for a 2-1 lead.
Bangor increased their advantage almost immediately as Man of the Match Lloyd turned provider with a delivery from the left that found Cameron Barry and the young midfielder made no mistake to beat Fletcher. AMLWCH Town were on the receiving end of an upset as Vale of Clwyd and Conwy League side Llandudno Athletic beat them in a thrilling FAW Trophy tie 6-5.
Ryan Rowlands (2), Chris Byast, Dan Jones and Josh Griffiths scored Town’s goals but Ryan Jones (2), Matty McElroy (2), Lee Stokes and Paul Issacs clinched victory for the Conwy side.
There was another shock as Welsh Alliance Division Two knocked out a Division One side as Gaerwen beat Glan Conwy 2-0 at Lon Groes, Andy Wannop and Shaun Monument with the home goals.
Menai Bridge Tigers won 3-2 at Mynydd Llandegai, Callum Davidson (2) and Dave Baston for the Anglesey side, Wyn Morris and Tom Collins scoring for the home side.
Holyhead Hotspur needed extra time to overcome rank outsiders Aberffraw 2-1.
The visitors, who are struggling in the Welsh Alliance Division Two without a point, led 1-0 at half time through Geraint Jones and before Corey Jones levelled for the hosts.
Robert Jones scored the winner in extra time for the Welsh Alliance Division One high-flyers.
The prolific Dean Redmond made it eight goals in as many games for Bodedern Athletic this season with a double in a 3-0 win against Glantraeth with Tom Wood also on target.
Llanfairpwll were beaten 5-0 at home by Llandudno Junction as Jack Williams (3) and Liam Jones (2) scored for the visitors.
Gareth Allman put Gwalchmai ahead at Barmouth and Dyffryn, but Ieuan Brooks equalised and it went to extra time before Billy Jones clinched victory for the Gwynedd side with 117th minute winner to make it 2-1.
There was only one game in the Welsh Alliance last weekend and that was in Division Two as Pentraeth were beaten 5-4 at home in another thriller by Llandudno Amateurs.
Jack Walsh (2), Gethin Moore and Aled Jones scored for the Anglesey hosts but Scott Court, Nathan Bridges, Luke O’Mahoney, Aidan Bell and Stephen Penrose sealed the win for the visitors.
● Bangor 1876 celebrate against Pwllheli in the FAW Trophy Pic: Kevin Owen