FAW Tier two league formed in 1990

AIRBUS
AIRBUS
WEATHER STRIKES
WEATHER STRIKES
FAW
FAW
PRESTATYN
PRESTATYN
HG CUP
HG CUP

Llandudno Junction got off the mark with their first ever point in the Huws Gray Alliance as they drew three all at Guilsfield.

Jack Cook gave the Guils the lead after twenty-five minutes but by half time Junction led there one with goals from Lee Ellis, Dean Seager and Leigh Craven. With eight minutes remaining Junction looked likely to gain their first win of the season but in a frantic finish Iwan Matthews scored for Guilsfield and Louis Irvine netted an added-on time equaliser

League leaders Caernarfon Town were three goals to the good at half time against visitors FC Queens Park, Jamie Breese, Darren Thomas and Nathan Craig on target. Town added another four in the second half as Breese (right)  took his total in the game to four and Danny Brookwell added a seventh.

Airbus Broughton found themselves behind after six minutes at Ruthin Town, Jordon MacCarter scoring. Airbus were level through a Pavel Vieira goal within three minutes and Wes Baynes gave them the lead before the league’s leading goalscorer Llyr Morris equalised for Ruthin five minutes for the break only for Jamie Crowther to restore Airbus’s advantage three minutes later. In the second half Airbus had Kristian Platt sent off but still managed to score a fourth goal through Ryan Edwards

Not for the first time this season Gresford Athletic lost a two-goal lead. They were two goals to the good at Holyhead Hotspur through Owen Roberts and a deflected Jack Chalonor cross shot but a second half fightback saw Hotspur clinch a point with a John Littlemore double, his second the last kick of the game

Matt Kendrick gave Holywell Town the lead after thirty-eight minutes at home to Porthmadog who were reduced to ten men with the dismissal of Julian Williams and a second half goal from former Porth player Jamie McDaid sealed the points for Holywell

Steve Blenkinsop gave Caersws a sixteenth minute lead at home to Flint Town United and a second from Luke Sherbon in the second half saw Cws gain the points

A goal in each half from Josh Davies gave Denbigh Town the points against visitors Penrhyncoch. Denbigh finishing the game with ten men after Steve Cunnington received two yellow cards

Matchday September 30th