The North Wales Coast Football Association Junior Cup was riddled with postponed fixtures this weekend as Storm Callum hit. Only two fixtures survived the wind and rain but they were nevertheless entertaining as two sides from Anglesey progressed to the second round of the Cup.
The Lucas Oil Anglesey League is set to throw up some closely-fought battles this weekend with five fixtures set to take place on Saturday afternoon. All games will kick off at 2.30p, kick-off, with another exciting weekend of action in the Anglesey League. Here’s Arron
The Anglesey League and the Elias Cup goal fest continued this weekend as a total of 51 goals were scored across just five matches. Anglesey League Valley 3-7 Bryngwran Bulls Top-of-the table Bryngwran Bulls bounced back from their disappointing run of late with a convincing
THE excitement of the Lucas Oil Anglesey League continues this weekend as the Elias Cup returns. Providing the weather holds out, three fixtures will take place in the cup competition, alongside two league matches too. It was Arriva Bangor who lifted the Elias Cup during