FAW Tier two league formed in 1990

JD WELSH CUP
JD WELSH CUP
MANAGER
MANAGER
WELSH CUP
WELSH CUP
AIRBUS
AIRBUS
WEATHER STRIKES
WEATHER STRIKES

Two goals in the first eight minutes from Mark Connolly and Tom Walsh gave Rhyl the half time advantage against league leaders Airbus Broughton, George Peers reduced the deficit for Airbus in the sixty seventh minute but a last-minute goal from Alex Titchener secured the points for Rhyl

Caernarfon Town took over at the top of the league as they scored three goals in each half against visitors Gresford Athletic. A Nathan Craig goal and two from Jamie Breese had Caernarfon in charge at the break and two more inside the first ten minutes of the second half from a Craig penalty and Darren Thomas had the Cofis well in control. Gresford to their credit fought to get back into the game and netted two from Simon Smith and Tom Freeman before Thomas had the last word with Caernarfon’s sixth in the last minute

Holyhead Hotspur returned to winning ways with a three-nil success at Caersws, all the goals coming in the second half from a Dewi Thomas penalty, Ryan Taylor and a Rhydian Davies own goal

Asa Hamilton opened the scoring after six minutes for Guilsfield at Denbigh Town and Jake Cook added a second as the Guils led two nil at the break. A Josh Davies goal three minutes into the second half brought Denbigh back into the game but a Chris Cathrall strike ensured Guilsfield returned home with all three points

The day’s top scorers were Porthmadog who hammered NINE against visitors FC Queens Park. They led two one at the break thanks to goals from Cai Jones and Joe Chaplin, Barry Torrence replying for Park.  Within ten minutes of the second half Porth had added a further four goals with Jones completing his hattrick and Steve Bratt and Sion Bradley on target. Queens Park added their second of the game before Chaplin, Meilir Williams and Leon Doran completed the Porthmadog scoring

Flint Town United were also in fine goal scoring form as they scored five without reply at Llandudno Junction. Chris Boarys and Alan Bull netted first half goals with Kyle Smyth, Luke Tyson and Levi Mackin on target in the second half

Penrhyncoch took a sixteenth minute lead at home to Ruthin Town with the league’s leading goalscorer Llyr Morris levelling from the penalty spot before the break.  Rob Muffit restored Penrhyn’s lead after fifty-seven minutes but a Will Owen goals rescued a point for Ruthin

Matchday October 28th