Local sports results: 07.10.2017

FOOTBALL

JD Sports Welsh Premier League
Bala Town 0-1 Bangor City
Just a day after being unveiled as City’s latest signing, James Demetriou made the difference in the Gwynedd derby. His winning goal with 15 minutes to go was enough to send Bangor back to the top of the league – two points clear of The New Saints.

JD Welsh Cup first round
Caernarfon Town 5-1 Lex Glyndwr
The Canaries overcame an early scare from the Wrexham side to book a second round clash with Berriew. Nathan Craig drew level five minutes to half time, but Clive Williams put Caernarfon ahead in stoppage time. Jay Gibbs extended the lead after the break with Jamie Breese scoring twice in the dying minutes to leave Lex beyond reach of an upset.
Conwy Borough 5-1 Bodedern Athletic
Denbigh Town 4-3 Holyhead Hotspur (after extra time)
A true cup thriller ensued at Central Park where Chris Jones made the most of a goalkeeping howler to put the visitors ahead – but they ended up equalising twice via a Tomos Clarke brace to force an extra half hour. Denbigh were already down to ten men after goalscorer Kristian Pierce’s red card when they retook the lead again via Warren Duckett. But when Clarke was sent off for Holyhead, hopes of another equaliser were dashed and cup interest on Anglesey was ended for another season.
Gaerwen 1-3 Llandudno Junction
Despite a potential upset on the cards, Gaerwen fell short against a Junction side who waited until the cup to record their first competitive win of the season.
Llay Welfare 1-0 Llanrug United
Porthmadog 3-0 Penyffordd Lions
Port faced little trouble in ending the hopes of a North East Wales League club from the birthplace of one Tom Lawrence. Meilir Williams’ penalty handed the hosts the lead on 18 minutes, before Sion Bradley set up Cai Jones to drill home the second. Williams got his brace on 72 minutes, ensuring Port will visit Penley in the second round on Saturday 4th November.

Lock Stock Welsh Alliance
Division One
Barmouth & Dyffryn United 3-1 Trearddur Bay United
Trearddur Bay’s lead from a long range strike by Craig Moore lasted all of 30 seconds as Dave Hardin quickly levelled for Barmouth. Shane Jones struck twice in six minutes to secure the hosts’ second win at home this season, while the Bay remain at the bottom.
Greenfield 1-2 Llangefni Town
A dramatic comeback in Flintshire as Cefni went down to ten men and fell behind to a Liam Robinson goal on 28 minutes. But Kyle Roberts and Harry Galeotti struck quickly during the second half to bag the points. Town are two points clear at the top of Division One.
Llanberis 4-1 Llandyrnog United
Callum MacDonald and Gethin Wakeman fired Llanberis ahead with Iwan Pritchard and Jonathan Cyster restoring the two goal lead after Alex Webster scored for Dyfny.
Penrhyndeudraeth 6-0 Nantlle Vale
A hattrick for Hue Queack sunk strugglers Nantlle – Cai Henshall, Adam Griffiths and Alex Hughes shared the rest of the goals to lift Penrhyndeudraeth to sixth in the table. Their visitors are second bottom.
St Asaph City 5-1 Pwllheli
Pwllheli had cause to be aggrieved, pointing the blame post-match at a supposed dire performance from the referee. Whatever the reason, the visitors slumped to defeat despite going ahead via Mark Jones in the first half. A Jason Foulkes double did most of the damage with Paul Fleming and Jake Walker adding to a miserable day in Denbighshire.
Division Two
Aberffraw P-P Llanfairpwll
Amlwch Town 5-1 Pentraeth
Amlwch’s upturn in fortunes continued as Luke McGivern bagged four goals in the Anglesey derby. Daniel Jones took the lead for the hosts after quarter of an hour and Ryan Wood’s response came too late for the visitors.
Blaenau Ffestiniog 0-1 Llannerchymedd
Jerome Sillence’s stoppage time penalty finally handed Llan their first win of the season.
Cemaes Bay 4-4 Llannefydd
When Lewis Connor struck the Bay’s fourth in stoppage time, Cemaes finally claimed a point to their name but remain without a win after ten attempts. Chris Byast’s double and a Sam Morton effort was met by Llannefydd goals from the Joneses – Andrew, Rhys, Griff and Jared!
Y Felinheli 1-3 Glan Conwy
Reserves Division
Penmaenamwr Phoenix 2-3 Holyhead Hotspur
Shaun Davies equalised twice after Penmaenmawr went ahead through Troy Yates and Haydn Tidwell, but Simon Davies bagged the points for Hotspur in added time.
Llangefni Town P-P Llanberis

Cartrefi Cymunedol Gwynedd League
Beauamris Town P-P Talysarn Celts
Bontnewydd 1-0 Waunfawr
Alun Williams scored the winning goal on 75 minutes.
Gwalchmai 6-1 Llanystumdwy
Performance of the day went to Gwalchmai’s top scorer Mark Griffiths – his five goals added to Dylan Owen’s opener while Llan’s sole reply came from Sion Parry.
Holyhead Town 6-2 Llangoed & District
Holyhead remain second to only Bro Goronwy in the table after Ian Williams and Jordie Murphy clinched two goals apiece for the pacesetters. The hosts mounted the goal tally via Asa Thomas and Tom Hadley while Llion Roberts bagged a double for Llangoed
Llanllyfni 1-3 Bro Goronwy
The leaders fell behind to a Simon Watkinson goal on 25 minutes but bounced back in style as Connor Jones, Andy Williams and Taylor Jones sealed victory over the bottom club.

Lucas Oil Dargie Cup qualifying round
Pentraeth Reserves 0-2 Arriva FC
First Round
Bodorgan 3-10 Bryngwran Bulls
Llandegfan 0-10 Mynydd Tigers
Valley Athletic P-P Llangoed Reserves

Anglesey Youth and Junior League
Under 12s
Trearddur Bay Juniors 9-2 Valley Juniors
Under 14s
Holyhead Hotspur Peibio A 10-1 Holyhead Hotspur Peibio B
Llanfair Teigrod 2-4 Tynygongl Juniors
Llangefni Town Juniors 4-0 Llanfair Teirw
Under 16s
CPD Amlwch 2-0 Tynygongl Juniors
Cemaes Bay 1-7 Llangoed & District
Holyhead Hotspur Peibio B 1-2 Holyhead Hotspur Peibio A
Llanfair Llewod 1-8 Llanfair Celtiad
Llangefni Town Juniors 4-1 CPD Llangefni

Under 12s North Wales Coast Cup First Round
Amlwch Town 5-1 Prestatyn Celts
Menai Bridge Tigers 1-7 Llangefni Town Llewod
Tynygongl Juniors 2-4 Llanfair Seintiau


RUGBY UNION

Principality Premiership West
RGC 18-17 Bridgend

WRU Plate first round
Bala 10-13 Ruthin
Caernarfon 5-45 Pwllheli
Colwyn Bay v Dolgellau – w/o Dolegllau
Llangefni 16-10 Bethesda

WRU Bowl second round
Benllech 0-36 Newtown
Bangor 18-42 Rhyl

WRU Division Three North
Machynlleth 45-7 Holyhead