FAW Trophy: second round draw announced

21 clubs from Anglesey and Gwynedd figure in the second round of this season’s FAW Trophy.

Three of the region’s teams qualified last weekend – including Bangor 1876, where a crowd of more than 300 saw the Gwynedd League upstarts progress with a 5-1 win over Sychdyn.

Dylan Summers-Jones bagged a hattrick for the Treborth club with Jamie Petrie scoring two penalties.

Their reward is a home tie against Pwllheli, who now boast former Porthmadog boss Craig Papirnyk as a player and coach.

Waunfawr are also rewarded for their 2-1 first round victory at Pentraeth, which saw Shaun Roberts and Adam Jones fight back after Gwyndaf Hughes put the hosts ahead on the stroke of half time.

They’ll also face Welsh Premier opposition when they travel to Llanberis, who have won two of their opening three games in Division One.

Nefyn United are also through to round two after beating Caerwys 3-2 on Saturday – with goals coming from Dylan Sion Jones, Guto Roberts and Carl Jones. They’ve been drawn away to Penmaenmawr Phoenix.

Among those joining the fray in the next round, Gaerwen are drawn at home to Glan Conwy.

The Lon Groes club are the early leaders in Division Two of the Welsh Alliance, having maintained a 100 per cent start in Saturday’s 3-1 win over Kinmel Bay.

Holyhead Hotspur return to Trophy action for the first time in seven years, having finished runners up in 2012 to Sully Sports. The Harbourmen begin their bid for silverware with a local derby at home to Aberffraw.

2014 winners Llanrug United, who are yet to pick up their first league win of the season, have been drawn away to Y Felinheli, while Nantlle Vale entertain Blaenau Ffestiniog.

Anglesey League club Llanfairpwll host Llandudno Junction and Glantraeth visit Bodedern Athletic.

2019-20 FAW Trophy second round draw – North West
Amlwch Town v Llandudno Athletic
Bangor 1876 v Pwllheli
Barmouth & Dyffryn v Gwalchmai
Bodedern Athletic v Glantraeth
Gaerwen v Glan Conwy
Holyhead Hotspur v Aberffraw
Llanberis v Waunfawr
Llanfairpwll v Llandudno Junction
Llannefydd v Holyhead Town
Mynydd Llandegai v Menai Bridge Tigers
Nantlle Vale v Blaenau Ffestiniog
Penmaenmawr Phoenix v Nefyn United
Y Felinheli v Llanrug United

Ties to be played on Saturday 14th September 2019.

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