JD Cymru Premier
Caernarfon Town 0-0 Connah’s Quay Nomads
The Cofis clinched their first point of the new season – but it could have been three if Leo Smith’s penalty didn’t hit the post.
It turned out to be a frustrating encounter in the final third for both sides at The Oval, but buoyed by a crowd of 642, the hosts will feel the happier for keeping the Nomads at bay. The Bank Holiday double header continues when Cefn Druids – 3-1 winners at Airbus tonight – visit Caernarfon on Monday.
JD Cymru North
Rhyl 2-1 Llangefni Town
Llangefni: Alun Roberts 48′
A first league defeat was a somewhat harsh outcome for a Cefni side who provided a fierce performance during an entertaining encounter at Belle Vue.
Both teams started brightly but disaster struck for the visitors when Sam Molyneux broke clear for the Lillywhites to take the lead on 23 minutes. Barely a minute later, Molyneux turned provider for James Murphy to make it two.
Floodlight trouble extended half time to half an hour, but Llangefni produced the ideal start to the second half when Alun Roberts beat a close range scramble to nod home from a corner.
Dave McIntyre and Jake Jones tested home keeper Keighan Jones, but as Llangefni’s tempers started fraying in the dying minutes, Rhyl held out for the three points.
Lock Stock Welsh Alliance
Llanberis P-P Bangor City
Llangefni Town 2-3 Colwyn Bay
Llangefni: Keenan Lathan 46′, Leon Buckland 75′
Llanrug United 2-1 Pwllheli
Llanrug: Sion Evans 17′, Rhys Duffy 90′ – Pwllheli: Connor Livingstone 89′
Nantlle Vale 1-4 Porthmadog
Nantlle Vale: Aled Kalafusz 72′, Porthmadog: Sion Guto 45′, Math Roberts 30’/36′, Sion Jones 75′
Lucas Oil Anglesey League
Arriva Bangor 3-3 Bodorgan
Arriva Bangor: Aaron Jones 2, Matt Lawson – Bodorgan: Matty Jones, Rees Thomson, Dion Williams
Cemaes Bay 20-0 Holyhead Town Reserves
Cemaes Bay: Todd Cusick 5, Andy Williams 5, Keenan Downey 3 (inc. 1 penalty), Dafydd Jones 3 (incl. 1 penalty), Ryan Folksman 2, Lewis Connor, Chris Hughes
Llandegfan 1-4 Cefni
Llandegfan: Josh Royds – Cefni: Mark Thomas 2, Hugh Alan, Gwion Williams