Saints claim Jimmy’s cup

Llanelli Star - - SPORT -

COST­CUT­TER Foot­ball League cham­pi­ons St Dog­maels came out on top in the 10th an­nual Jimmy James 7-a-side Me­mo­rial Tour­na­ment.

At the semi-fi­nal stage Cardi­gan Town emerged 1-0 win­ners over St Dog­maels Youth and St Dog­maels went through af­ter a golden goal net­ted by Louis Hard­ing.

An en­ter­tain­ing fi­nal saw the Saints on top for most of the game and they led via a Rhys Jones strike un­til the fi­nal mo­ments when the Mag­pies equalised through Liam Doherty, who was a reg­u­lar for Pen­rhyn­coch in the Cymru Al­liance League last term.

Sub­sti­tute Craig Wil­liams be­came the hero for Saints when work­ing a one-two with Adam Wil­liams and find­ing the back of the net for the golden goal win­ner.

Jimmy James’s brother Justin pre­sented the me­mo­rial trophy and in­di­vid­ual medals.

Ref­er­ees for the tour­na­ment were Dai Mor­ris, Josh Townsend and John Rees, with John Walters the MC.

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