Sea­son to for­get for Caernar­fon

Caernarfon Herald - - FAMILY ANNOUNCEMENTS -

CAERNAR­FON Town ended a mis­er­able re­turn sea­son in the Welsh Premier Women’s League with a 3-0 de­feat at home to Llan­dudno last Wed­nes­day.

The game also marked the farewell ap­pear­ance of Tudno de­fender Jemila Bukari, who is re­turn­ing to her na­tive Ghana.

El­e­gant de­fender Bukari has played for the club since it joined the Welsh Premier and was a League Player of the Sea­son con­tender in 2014/15.

Last week’s clash was a game of two halves.

Caernar­fon started well, their game plan very ev­i­dent right from the start. They sat deep and made it dif­fi­cult for Llan­dudno to play their nor­mal game.

The visi­tors did have some chances but Ca­naries goal­keeper Elena Julio was in fine form in a goal-less first half.

Llan­dudno picked it up in the sec­ond half but Caernar­fon ini­tially stood firm.

The visi­tors then brought on top-scorer Louisha Do­ran and she broke the dead­lock with a fine fin­ish af­ter a bril­liant pass from Mari Gib­bard.

Llan­dudno then in­ten­si­fied their pres­sure and this time Do­ran turned provider as she sent a bril­liant cross in, which was con­verted into a goal by Jor­danne Gree­nough.

Caernar­fon had ear­lier had a chance to equalise through Ca­trin Thomas be­fore Llan­dudno scored their sec­ond.

With a few min­utes left game-changer Do­ran made it 3-0.

Caernar­fon fin­ished next-bot­tom in the ta­ble with just one win un­der their belts all sea­son.

● Anna Jones of Caernar­fon Town (yel­low shirt) takes on Llan­dudno’s Shona Roberts

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