Local football results: 15.04.2019 – 16.04.2019

Lock Stock Welsh Alliance
Division One

Llangefni Town 0-2 Mynydd Llandegai
(Mynydd Llandegai: Craig Whelan 14’/68′)
Llanrug United 1-2 Llanberis
(Llanrug: Gareth Edwards 82′ – Llanberis: Ifan Mansoor 75′, David Jones 84′)
Nantlle Vale 4-2 Bodedern Athletic
(Nantlle Vale: Ashley Owen 11′, Rhys Williams 13’/32′ pen – Bodedern: Ryan Taylor 21′, Casey Boylan 64′)

The title race took a dramatic turn as the two Anglesey clubs found themselves beaten – Bodedern’s twelve-game winning streak ground to a halt with the visitors trailing 3-1 within half an hour at Maes Dulyn.

Llangefni remain top of the table, but missed out on another chance to extend their two point lead as Mynydd Llandegai become the first team to take points from Chris Roberts’ side both home and away.

Bodedern still have a game in hand over their island rivals – they visit Llanberis on Thursday night.

Division Two
Amlwch Town 0-7 Pwllheli
(Pwllheli: Tomos Jones 8’/12′, Marcus Banks 22′, Gareth Jones Evans 40′, Steffan Toplis 57′, Connor Livingston 72’/80′)
Y Felinheli 3-0 Holyhead Town
(Y Felinheli: Rhys Parry 31′, Carwyn Dafydd 40′, Iwan Owen 57′)
Reserves Division
Porthmadog P-P Llandyrnog United – Llandyrnog failed to raise a team

Cartrefi Cymunedol Gwynedd League
Bro Goronwy 6-1 Mynydd Tigers
(Bro Goronwy: Callum Thomas 25′, Jac Thomas 30’/53′, Connor Jones 57’/68’/79′ – Mynydd Tigers: Ryan Rowlands 32′)
Llanystumdwy 0-1 Nefyn United
(Nefyn: Mark Dunn 68′)
Talysarn Celts 7-0 Bontnewydd (Tuesday night)
(Talysarn Celts: Jac Jones, Rhodri Jones 2, Owi Glyn, Meilyr Povey)
Talysarn Celts 2-2 Waunfawr (Monday night)
Waunfawr 3-0 Menai Bridge Tigers
(Waunfawr: Sion Roberts 3’/28’/59′)

The leaders saw their long unbeaten league run finally end as Waunfawr claimed their first home win of the season in style. Menai Bridge still have a game in hand over their nearest rivals, Gwalchmai, who visit Mynydd Tigers on Saturday.

Lucas Oil Anglesey League
Cefni 2-1 Bryngwran Bulls
(Cefni: Ben Wright, Nathan Lewis – Bryngwran: Gwynfor Owen)
Holyhead Hotspur Reserves 6-2 CPD Y Valley
(Holyhead Hotspur: Dean Parry 2, Owain Roberts, Casey Gregg, Kenleigh Owen, Simon Owen – Y Valley: Anthony Parry, Guy Mabbott)

Bryngwran fell to only their second defeat this term as Cefni claimed a big scalp to mark the end of their maiden season.

Bryngwran must beat Arriva Bangor in the final game of the season on Monday 30th April – or they’ll hand the title to Caergybi.

North Wales Women’s League
Division One

Pwllheli Ladies 2-3 Bethel Ladies
(Pwllheli: Bess Hughes, Sioned Jones – Bethel: Erin Maloney, Catrin Evans, Anest Roberts)

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