FAW Tier two league formed in 1990

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

 

With league leaders Caernarfon Town not having a game Airbus Broughton missed the chance to close the gap at the top as they were beaten by Holywell Town at the Hollingsworth Stadium.

Steve Lewis opened the scoring for Holywell after five minutes, Leo Riley level for the Airmen before Lewis added his second to give Town the half time advantage. Five minutes into the second half Sam Jones converted a penalty to increase the lead and Lewis completed his hattrick in the last minute to give Holywell three well deserved points

Denbigh Town leap frogged Airbus into second place after a hard-fought home win against Caersws. Kristian Pierce opened the scoring for Town from the penalty spot after fifteen minutes and Warren Duckett made it two nine minutes later, Cws had the chance to reduce the deficit but Elliot Jones saw his spot kick saved by home keeper Jon Hill-Dunt. But two minutes later Steve Blenkinsop did find the net for Caersws only for Duckett to net with a great goal from twenty yards. Both sides had chances in the second half but only Luke Shurbon managed to convert to keep Cws in the game but Denbigh held on to take the points that moved them into second place in the table

A Matt Williams own goal gave Guilsfield the half time advantage against visitors FC Queens Park. Chris Cathrall netted a second for the Guils after fifty-nine minutes. Park never gave up and reduced the deficit with a penalty from Shane Cartright ten minutes from time but could not find a way through the Guils defence again and returned home empty handed

Rhyl extended their recent good run of results at home to Holyhead Hotspur. In an evenly matched first half they led by the odd goal in five at the break, Alex Titchener, Phil Marsh and Tom Rowlands on target for Rhyl and Dewi Thomas scoring two for Hotspur. Tony Davies and Steward Carroll added two more for Rhyl in the second half to see them move into fifth spot in the table.

Gresford Athletic got off to a flyer at home to Flint Town United with Jack Jones and Obi Anotuo giving them a two-nil half time advantage. Flint took the game to Gresford in the second half but could only score through Ieuan Hewitt ten minutes from time

Llandudno Junction collected their second point of the season but had to come from behind at home to Penrhyncoch. Penrhyn had the half time advantage thanks to a Owain James goal with Dean Segar equalising for Junction after sixty-five minutes

Porthmadog led two one at half time in their game at Ruthin all three goals coming in four-minute spell. Sion Bradley gave Porth the lead with Llyr Morris equalising from the penalty spot within a minute. Ceri James restored Porth’s lead three minutes later. Morris the leagues leading scorer had the last say with ninetieth minute equaliser

Matchday November 25th