FAW Tier two league formed in 1990

AIRBUS


League leaders Airbus Broughton still hold a one hundred percent record but they were made to work hard for their two one victory at Buckley Town. Both sides had chances in an end to end first half with neither able to break the deadlock. Buckley started the second half on top but had to wait until the seventy-eight minute to open the scoring when Dylan Roberts finished off a good move to fire home. Airbus responded by equalising through Kristian Platt five minutes from time when he fired home following a corner and three minutes later substitute Lewis Buckley rifled home the decisive goal to maintain Airbus’s winning start. A cracking game for spectators to watch and over three hundred of them will have felt a little sorry for Buckley who played their part in an entertaining game

Flint Town United remain second after an added-on time goal from Richie Foulkes gave them the points at home to Gresford Athletic who lost their goalkeeper to a head injury in the first minutes and also missed a first half penalty

In form Porthmadog netted a goal in each, Shaun Cavanagh scoring both goals. They had the chance to make it three late in the game but Gruff John Williams’s spot kick was saved by Ryan Goodson

Guilsfield took the lead three minutes before the break at Holywell Town through Sam Litchfield and Steve Blenkinsop doubled their advantage at the start of the second. A Steve Lewis penalty brought Holywell back into the game and a goal from Shaun Tuck gave them a share of the points

Bangor City scored two second half goals to take the points at Penrhyncoch, Mark Williams and Jake Phillips on target

On Friday Prestatyn Town’s returning manager Neil Gibson recorded his first win since his return with a three-nil success over visitors Conwy Borough

After a goalless first half Oli Buckley opened the scoring four minutes into the second half followed four minutes later Ian Griffiths made it two with Alex Jones adding the third

Rhyl’s recent good run of results continued as they went nap at home to visitors Holyhead Hotspur. James Murphy opened the scoring after twenty-two minutes with Ben Nash and Cai Owen also on target in the first half. Second half goals from Barry Torrance and Matthew Worrall gave Rhyl a convincing score line