FAW Tier two league formed in 1990

PORTHMADOG


In the days early kick off league leader’s Airbus Broughton made it fourteen straight wins as the beat visitors Holyhead Hotspur two nil. The Airman had to wait until the seventy seventh minute to open the scoring through Leo Riley with Joe Chaplin wrapping up the points in added on time

Porthmadog moved into second place with a four one win over visitors Holywell Town. Julian Williams gave them an early lead, Steve Lewis levelled for Holywell from the penalty spot after fourteen minutes only for Williams to restore Porth’s lead on the stroke of half time. Two goals in the last sic minutes from Shaun Cavanagh and Jay Gibbs gave Porth the points to take them into second spot in the table

Flint Town United fell to only their second league defeat of the season at Guilsfield. After a goalless first half Stuart Rogers opened the scoring for the Guils after fifty-two minutes and a further two goals in two minutes from George Clifton and Adam Jenkins sealed the points

Denbigh Town netted two first half goals at Buckley Town through Jordon Barrow and Pat Hinchcliffe in a repeat of their win at Buckley in last month’s Welsh cup tie

Gresford Athletic and Penrhyncoch shared two goals at clappers Lane. Penrhyn led at the break thanks to a Sion James goal with Jake Eyre scoring from the penalty spot, Eyre almost sealed the points for the home team but his last-minute shot could only rattle the cross bar

Conwy Borough were two goals to the good after twelve minutes at Ruthin Town thanks to Gethin Maxwell and a Corrig McGonigle penalty, Llyr Morris brought Ruthin back into the game also from the penalty spot before half time and seven minutes into the second half Tom Williams drew Ruthin level. Two minutes later Ruthin were in front thanks to a Gwion Owen goal. With five minutes remaining Conwy had the chance to draw level but McGonigle saw his second penalty of the game hit the cross bar

Ian Griffiths (right) was the days highest scorer as he netted a hattrick in Prestatyn Town five two defeat of Llanrhaeadr YM. Dan Roberts gave Prestatyn an early lead only for a Ryan Roberts own goal to draw YM level. Griffiths scored his first of the game on the stroke of half time. A Tom Evans goal brought Llan level after fifty-four minutes before Griffiths completed his hattrick and Ben Maher added a fifth for Prestatyn

On Friday the eagerly awaited game between two of North Wales rivals finished in an odd goal in three for Rhyl. Rhyl had a one nil advantage thanks to a James Murphy goal, thirty minutes into the second half it was all square as Bangor’s Alex Darlington scored his eight-league goal of the season but Rhyl bounced straight back with captain max Peate netting the decisive third goal of the game