Huws Gray Alliance Midweek Roundup
Airbus made it eight wins out of eight this week, in what was a busy midweek for Huws Gray Alliance sides. After a 5-0 win over Guilsfield the Wingmakers have kept their 100% winning record in tact.
Whilst elsewhere, there were wins for Holywell, Llanrhaeadr and Flint.
Airbus 5-0 Guilsfield
Airbus took the lead on 32 minutes through striker Lewis Buckley, as the home side scored the only goal of the first half. Five minutes into the second half Ryan Edwards doubled the home side’s lead to 2-0. On 65 minutes Airbus got a third through Nathan Quirk and James Hooper scored the fourth on 70 minutes, before he doubled his tally for the game in the 90 minute.
Bangor City 1-0 Conwy Borough
The home side have got back to back wins for the first time since the start of the season in the Huws Gray Alliance. In what was a close game at Nantporth, thanks to a Robbie Parry goal on 58 minutes, the Citizens secured all three points.
Buckley 1-1 Ruthin
It was honours even at the Globe on Tuesday evening. Ruthin took the lead through a Llyr Morris penalty on 21 minutes and the home side equalised on 23 minutes through Arron Williams, however neither side could find the breakthrough as both sides shared the spoils this week.
Denbigh 2-1 Prestatyn
Denbigh ran out 2-1 victors over Prestatyn Town this week. Alex Jones gave the visitors the lead on 29 minutes but Denbigh equalised on 34 minutes thanks to Sam Downey. The game was stalemate at half time, but Mark Roberts won the game for the home side on 56 minutes, as Prestatyn’s early season woes continue.
Holywell 1-0 Gresford
After the game heading into half time goalless, the home side were given a penalty on 65 minutes. Sam Jones stepped up and scored the penalty to give Holywell the point, as Gareth Sudlow’s men secured their second win of the season.
Penrhyncoch 0-1 Llanrhaeadr
A Khyam Wyton goal before halt time gave Llan the three points. The league’s newboys have not found the transition into the Huws Gray Alliance too difficult as of late, and the club have managed to secure four wins from their opening eight games, and this week’s win saw the club rise to eighth in the table.
Rhyl 0-2 Flint
It was a night to forget for Rhyl as an ex-player and manager came back to haunt them. Mark Cadwallader gave the visitors the lead on 25 minutes and Cadwallader doubled the away side’s lead on 58 minutes, as he got his second of the evening. There were plenty of yellow cards in the game and Flint went down to 10 men when Damian Ketley was given a second yellow in the 90th minute, however Flint held on to keep pace with league leaders Airbus.
Holyhead 0-1 Porthmadog
Porthmadog return to winning way with a first half goal from Iwan Lewis on 25 minutes. Lewis’ goal was enough to give Porthmadog the victory over Holyhead, who have recorded just one victory so far this season.
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