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Back in trouble as Bay suffer heavy away defeat.

Colwyn Bay FC are back in relegation trouble after a 4-0 away defeat at Pontypridd United.

Kieran Lewis put Pontypridd ahead after 20 minutes following a goalmouth scramble.

Owen Pritchard scored a fine individual goal to make it 2-0 to Pontypridd United on 29 minutes.

Half-time: Pontypridd United 2 Colwyn Bay FC 0.

Into the second half and Pontypridd made the score 3-0 to the home side after 83 minutes with a Ben Margetson header.

Gullick scored a fourth for Pontypridd on 87 minutes to make the final score:

Pontypridd United 4 Colwyn Bay FC 0.

Match facts from Tim Channon, always most appreciated.

 

Matty Hill winner in massive Bay away victory.

Aberystwyth Town 0 Colwyn Bay FC 1.

A deflected shot from Colwyn Bay’s Matty Hill secured three very valuable away points for Colwyn Bay on Friday, 9th February, 2024.

Tim Channon is away so we bring you a much abbreviated report.

 Bay out of Welsh Cup after five goal thriller.

Cardiff Met 3 Colwyn Bay FC 2.

Cardiff Met. led after 14 minutes with a goal from Sam Jones.

Dan Jones equalised for the Bay on 40 minutes.

Half-time Cardiff Met. 1 Colwyn Bay 1.

Into the second half and Udi Akpan put the Bay 2-1 up on 62 minutes.

Sam Jones equalised for Cardiff Met on 72 minutes and Lewis Rees put them ahead from a corner on 81 minutes. 3-2 to Cardiff Met.

A superb save from the Cardiff Met ‘keeper denied the Bay a last gasp equaliser and secured Cardiff Met’s place in the Welsh Cup semi-finals.

Match facts from Tim Channon always most appreciated.

League Split fails to bring Bay a victory.

Colwyn Bay FC 1 Penybont 2.

The Bay’s opening fixture in Phase 2 of the Welsh Premier League was a lacklustre affair.

Chris Venables put Penybont ahead on the stroke of half-time the highlight of a poor first half.

Half-time: Colwyn Bay FC 0 Penybont 1.

Into the second half and Penybont doubled their lead on 55 minutes through Lincoln McFayden.

Matty Hill did pull a goal back for the Bay in second half added time but this was another defeat for the Bay who must start winning matches very soon if relegation to the second tier of Welsh Football is to be avoided.

Match facts from Tim Channon, always most appreciated.

Akpan double fails to save the Bay.

Colwyn Bay FC 2 Bala Town 3.

Bala Town took the lead on 12 minutes when Naim Arsan curled a free-kick into the Colwyn Bay net.

Ross White doubled Bala’s advantage capitalising on poor Colwyn Bay defensive play.

Half-time score: Colwyn Bay FC 0 Bala Town 2.

Into the second half and Bala made the score 0-3 from a corner on 71 minutes.

Udoyen Akpan pulled a goal back for the Bay on 78 minutes to make it 1-3.

The Bay were awarded a penalty on 87 minutes which Akpan converted to make the score 2-3.

Final score: Colwyn Bay FC 2 Bala Town 3.

Attendance: 745.

Match facts from Tim Channon, always most appreciated.

Seagulls memorable Welsh Cup victory.

Colwyn Bay FC 2 Barry Town 0.

Colwyn Bay took the lead through Alex Downes on 20 minutes.

Dan Jones rifled in a second goal for the Bay from a well-worked move.

Half-time score: Colwyn Bay FC 2 Barry Town 0 .

In a tense second half the Bay hung on to secure a memorable victory and a place in the Welsh Cup quarter-finals where they will play Cardiff Met. away for a place in the Welsh Cup semi-finals.

Final score: Colwyn Bay FC 2 Barry Town 0.

Match facts from Tim Channon, always most appreciated.

Newtown avenge Welsh Cup defeat.

Newtown FC 4 Colwyn Bay FC 2.

Newtown took the lead after 35 minutes with a Ryan Sears header from a corner.

Colwyn Bay equalised through a great finish from Matty Hill after being put through by Jamie Cumming.

Udi Akpan put the Bay 2-1 ahead to make the half-time score:

Newtown FC 1 Colwyn Bay FC 2.

An Aaron Willaims header for Newtown levelled the score after 56 minutes (2-2).

Williams scored his second to put the home side 3-2 up.

Louis Robles scored Newtown’s fourth goal to make the final score:

Newtown FC 4 Colwyn Bay FC 2.

Match facts from Tim Channon, always most appreciated.

 

Nomads bring Bay’s winning run to an end.

Colwyn Bay FC 2 Connah’s Quay Nomads 3.

Jamie Cumming put the Bay ahead on 27 minutes but Jordan Davies equalised for the Nomads on 37 minutes, making the half-time score:

Colwyn Bay FC 1 Connah’s Quay Nomads 1.

Into the second half and Harry Franklin headed Connah’s Quay ahead from close range after 53 minutes.

Penalty for the Bay and Udoyen Akpan scored from the spot to make score two all after 75 minutes.

Sadly for the Bay Michael Wilde headed the Nomads back in front from a corner to make the score 3-2 for the Nomads.

Final score: Colwyn Bay FC 2 Connah’s Quay Nomads 3.

Match facts from Tim Channon, always most appreciated.

Bay ‘s Welsh Premier League Survival a real possibility. 

Colwyn Bay FC 2 Penybont 1.

Goals from Hill and Akpan gave Colwyn Bay another valuable three points in their Welsh Premier League survival battle.

The Bay went behind in first half added time but hit back with two second half goals to secure three vital points.

Match facts from Tim Channon always most appreciated.

Bay win six-pointer convincingly at Pontypridd United.

Pontypridd United 0 Colwyn Bay FC 3.

Udoyen Akpan headed the Seagulls ahead after 23 minutes.

Half-time: Pontypridd United 0 Colwyn Bay FC 1.

In an eventful second half, Pontypridd hit the Colwyn Bay post and had a goal disallowed for a foul on a Bay player.

Colwyn Bay were awarded a penalty for a foul on Udi Akpan and Tom McCready converted the spot-kick. 2-0 for the Bay.

Jamie Cumming added a third for the Bay on 68 minutes and that made the final score:

Pontypridd United 0 Colwyn Bay FC 3.

This result lifted the Seagulls off the bottom of the Welsh Premier League table.

Match facts from Tim Channon, always most appreciated.

Newtown 1 Colwyn Bay FC 1  Bay won 5-3 on penalties.

Brilliant Bay secure place in Welsh Cup Fourth Round.

There was no score after 30 minutes but Newtown did have a goal disallowed due to a foul on a Colwyn Bay player.

Some fine saves from Bay ‘keeper Joe Smith kept the Seagulls in the tie.

Half-time: Newtown 0 Colwyn Bay 0.

Aaron Williams put Newtown ahead after 57 minutes but Jamie Cumming equalised for Colwyn Bay on 80 minutes.

Full-time: Newtown 1 Colwyn Bay FC 1.

Into the penalty shoot-out.

Bay ‘keeper Joe Smith made a big save and:

Tom McCready, Nick Ashton, Jamie Cumming,

Udoyen Akpan and Matty Hill all scored from the spot for the Bay.

The Seagulls won 5-3 on penalties and they move into the next round of the Welsh Cup.

Match facts from Tim Channon, always most appreciated.

Bay must bolster squad in January window.

Haverfordwest 5 Colwyn Bay FC 0.

Haverfordwest took the lead on 14 minutes and added a second on 18 minutes.

The Bay lost goalkeeper Alfie Brooks through injury with outfield player Sam Hart taking over in goal.

Haverfordwest made it 3-0 on 44 minutes to make the half-time score:

Haverfordwest 3 Colwyn Bay FC  0..

The home side made it 4-0 after 56 minutes with Martell completing his hat-trick.

On 85 minutes Haverfordwest added a fifth to make the final score:

Haverfordwest 5 Colwyn Bay FC 0.

Match facts from Tim Channon, always most appreciated.

Two very tough away games in a week was just too much for the current Colwyn Bay Squad. A very encouraging first half at TNS earlier in the week must not be overlooked. (Charles Eaves).

 Halloween Horror second half for the Bay.

TNS 6 Colwyn Bay FC 1.

Jordan Williams gave TNS the lead after 14 minutes finding the corner of the Colwyn Bay net from outside the area.

Sam Turner equalised for the Bay on 32 minutes to make the half-time score:

TNS 1 Colwyn Bay FC 1.

Adrian Cieslewicz put TNS 2-1 up on 51 minutes and Brad Young made it 3-1 for the home side on 54 minutes.

Cieslewicz got his second of the match to make it 4-1 for TNS and Ryan Brobbel added a fifth for the full-timers.

Danny Remond’s free-kick for TNS completed the scoring on 86 minutes.

Final Score: TNS 6 Colwyn Bay FC 1.

Match facts from Tim Channon, always most appreciated.

 

Another narrow defeat for the Bay.

Colwyn Bay FC 0 Barry Town United 1.

After a goalless first half Barry Town took the lead through Kayne McLaggon.

This was a very disappointing performance from the Bay and gave Barry Town much encouragement as they strive to get away from the bottom of the league table.

Match facts from Tim Channon, always most appreciated.

Bay in eight goal JD Welsh Cup thriller.

Colwyn Bay FC 6 Llanrwst Town 2.

Saturday, 14th October, 2023.

Dylan Allshorn put the Bay 1-0 up on 25 minutes after good work from Tom Creamer.

Udi Akpan headed home a Nick Rushton cross to double the Bay’s lead on 30 minutes.

Llanwrst had a goal disallowed following a foul on a Bay player.

Akpan hit the Llanrwst bar with a header from a Jamie Cumming cross.

Half-time: Colwyn Bay FC 2 Llanrwst Town 0.

Into the second half which saw the Bay’s Nick Rushton forcing a good save from Llanrwst keeper Ryan Williams.

Udi Akpan scored his second goal of the match with a good finish to put the Bay 3-0 up after 58 minutes.

Joe Smith replaced Alfie Brooks in the Bay goal and Joe made a fine save from Llanrwst’s star striker Callum Parry.

Sam Turner made it 4-0 for the Bay following a swift counter-attack when Llanrwst lost possession.

Callum Parry pulled one back for the visitors following a goalmouth scramble to make the score 4-1 to the Bay.

Parry scored again with a quality finish from the edge of the box to make the score 4-2 for the home side.

On 85 minutes Lloyd Marsh-Hughes put the Bay 5-2 up and Nick Rushton added number six after more good work from Dylan Allshorn.

Full-time: Colwyn Bay FC 6 Llanrwst Town 2.

Attendance: 625.

Match facts from Tim Channon, always most appreciated.

Bala Town 2 Colwyn Bay FC 1.

Saturday, October 7th, 2023.

In the opening 25 minutes both keepers made good saves to keep the score at 0-0.

Bala took the lead on 44 minutes through Ryan Rogers, but the Bay equalised when Guto Williams headed home from a corner in first half added time.

Half-time: Bala Town 1 Colwyn Bay FC 1.

Nathan Peake put Bala back in front on sixty five minutes which turned out to be the winning goal.

Final score: Bala Town 2 Colwyn Bay FC 1.

Match facts from Tim Channon, always most appreciated.

Colwyn Bay FC Match Day Programmes, Season 2023/24, are available to purchase at All Our Yesterdays, 14 Greenfield Road, Colwyn Bay. LL29 8EL.

Bay throw away two goal lead to lose on penalties.

Nathaniel MG Cup tie:

Prestatyn Town 2 Colwyn Bay FC 2.

Prestatyn won 4-1 on penalties.

Diau scores for both teams in home draw.

Colwyn Bay FC 2 Cardiff Metropolitan University 2.

Saturday, September 30th, 2023.

The Bay took the lead after seven minutes through Stefan Edwards following an Alex Downes cross.

Cardiff Met equalised with a Chris Craven penalty.

Half-time Colwyn Bay FC 1 Cardiff Met. 1.

The Bay regained the lead in the second half, through new signing Brandon Diau, his first for the club, from a Jamie Cumming free kick. 2-1 for the Bay.

Sadly Brandon Diau scored an own goal to bring the scores level at two all.

Final score: Colwyn Bay FC 2 Cardiff Metropolitan University 2.

The Bay missed a big opportunity to close to within three points of the top six in the Welsh Premier League.

The adverse weather conditions did make it difficult for both teams.

Attendance: 523.

Match facts from Tim Channon, always most appreciated.

  . Akpan on target for Bay but Nomads extend winning run.

Connah’s Quay Nomads 2 Colwyn Bay FC 1.

Tuesday, 26th September, 2023.

Downes double sparks Bay recovery after horrific start.

Colwyn Bay FC 2 Newtown 4.

Louis Robles gave Newtown the lead with a smart finish.

He also scored Newtown’s second on 11 minutes.

Shambolic Bay defending led to Newtown’s third goal scored by Zell Ismail  after 17 minutes.

Colwyn Bay FC 0 Newtown 3.

Alex Downes pulled a goal back for the Bay after 41 minutes and they created enough chances to have been level by half-time. Rushton and Hill both missed great opportunities to score.

Half-time: Colwyn Bay FC 1 Newtown 3.

It was game on when Alex Downes bagged his second goal for the Bay heading home a Jamie Cumming cross.

Sadly Newtown scored a breakaway fourth goal while a Bay player was down injured.

Final score: Colwyn Bay FC 2 Newtown 4.

Match facts from Tim Channon, always most appreciated.

First home league win of the season.

Colwyn Bay FC 3 Aberystwyth Town 1.

Friday, 15th September, 2023.

A Tommy Creamer screamer set the Bay on their way to their first league home victory after twelve minutes.

Jamie Cumming doubled the Bay’s lead after 27 minutes with a smart finish.

Iwan Lewis pulled a goal back for the visitors in first half added time.

Half-time score: Colwyn Bay FC 2 Aberystwyth Town 1.

Udi Akpan restored the Bay’s two goal advantage after 49 minutes and that was the end of the scoring in this entertaining match.

Final score: Colwyn Bay FC 3 Aberystwyth Town 1.

Attendance 1,003.

Match facts from Tim Channon, always most appreciated.

 

Colwyn Bay FC secure first league win of new season.

Pen-Y-Bont (Bridgend) 0 Colwyn Bay FC 1.

After a goal-less first half Colwyn Bay took the lead on 76 minutes with a great header from Alex Downes from a Stef Edwards cross.

Final Score: Pen-Y-Bont 0 Colwyn Bay FC 1.

Match facts from Tim Channon, always most appreciated.

Two narrow home defeats for the Bay this week.

Colwyn Bay FC 1 Haverfordwest County 2.

Saturday, 2nd September, 2023.

The Bay started well  but Haverfordwest dominated the latter stages of the first half hitting the Colwyn Bay crossbar.

Half-time: Colwyn Bay FC 0 Haverfordwest County 0.

After a couple of half-time changes the Bay took the lead through Matty Hill on 55 minutes.

Haverfordwest equalised on 70 minutes through Kai Jenkins.

They took the lead from a corner on 87 minutes through Martell.

Final Score: Colwyn Bay FC 1 Haverfordwest County 2.

Attendance at the 4 Crosses Arena was 740.

Match facts from Tim Channon, always most appreciated.

 

Much-improved home performance from the Bay.

Colwyn Bay FC 0 The New Saints (TNS) 1.

Tuesday, 29th August, 2023.

Colwyn Bay FC held their own in the first half of their latest league encounter with the full-time outfit The New Saints.

Half-time: Colwyn Bay FC 0 The New Saints 0.

TNS took the lead on 55 minutes with a header from Adrian Ciesiewicz.

The Bay created a couple of late chances to equalise but TNS took all three points to stay unbeaten and top of the league table.

Final score: Colwyn Bay FC 0 The New Saints 1.

  Bay thwarted by Cardiff Met ‘Keeper.

Cardiff Metropolitan University 1 Colwyn Bay FC 0.

Cardiff Met took the lead on 23 minutes with a close range shot from Sam Jones.

Cardiff were dominating the game at this juncture.

The Bay were forced to defend for large parts of the opening half but were still in the game at half-time.

Half-time: Cardiff Met University 1 Colwyn Bay FC 0.

In the second half Tom Creamer had an effort which cannoned off the Cardiff crossbar. There was also a big shout for a Bay penalty when Akpen went down in the box.

Despite a big push in the second half the Bay couldn’t force an equaliser mainly due to a string of fine saves by the home Goalkeeper, who has yet to concede a goal this season.

Final score: Cardiff Met University 1 Colwyn Bay FC 0.

Match facts from Tim Channon, always most appreciated.

Bay’s first point of season at Barry Town.

Barry Town 1 Colwyn Bay FC 1.

A Tommy Creamer screamer from forty yards after 61 minutes secured a valuable away point for Colwyn Bay FC in their second league fixture of the new season.

Barry Town led 1-0 at half-time but Creamer’s equaliser gave the Bay a share of the points.

Match facts from Tim Channon, always most appreciated.

Colwyn Bay FC v Caernarfon Town match day programmes available at:

All Our Yesterdays, 14 Greenfield Road, Colwyn Bay. LL29 8EL.

Slick and efficient Caernarfon Town,

just too good for disappointing Bay.

Colwyn Bay FC 0 Caernarfon Town 4.

Caernarfon Town took the lead after 36 minutes with a fine header from Darren Thomas. After a fairly even opening half, Caernarfon Town went in 1-0 ahead at half-time.

In a very disappointing second half for the Bay, Adam Davies put the visitors 2-0 ahead with a deflected shot.

Zack Clarke, on loan from Chester FC, put Caernarfon 3-0 up and Adam Davies got his second of the match to make the final score:

Colwyn Bay FC 0 Caernarfon Town 4.

Tim Channon’s match verdict:

Big learning day for the Bay who were punished for individual errors.

Match facts from Tim Channon, always most appreciated.

Seagulls crush Airbus UK to reach Welsh League Cup last 16.

Saturday, 5th August, 2023.

Colwyn Bay FC 5 Airbus UK Broughton 0.

Matty Hill put Colwyn Bay FC 1-0 up after 12 minutes having been set up by Sam Turner..

Sam Turner scored the Bay’s second goal after good work by Dylan Allshorn.

Half-time: Colwyn Bay FC 2 Airbus UK Broughton 0.

Colwyn Bay made a great start to the second half when Nick Rushton scored from the edge of the box to make the score 3-0 for the Bay.

Matty Hill and Steff Edwards both hit the Airbus crossbar within a minute of each other, but it was Ryan Edwards who made it 4-0 for the Bay in 81 minutes from a Sam Turner cross.

Lloyd Marsh-Hughes completed the scoring for the Bay to make the final score:

Colwyn Bay FC 5 Airbus UK Broughton 0.

Today’s attendance at the 4 Crosses Arena was 512.

Match facts provided by Colwyn Bay FC, most appreciated.

Don’t forget Colwyn Bay’s opening Home League fixture with Caernarfon Town is an all-ticket affair.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Henllan 1 Llysfaen FC 1.

Saturday, February 24th, 2024.

Chris Darbey scored for Llysfaen FC and Lee Fallas was Man Of The Match.

A very encouraging performance and result for Llysfaen FC.

 

Rhos United 2 Llysfaen FC 0.

Saturday, 3rd February, 2024.

Disappointing away defeat for Llysfaen FC.

 

Llysfaen FC 1 Glan Conwy 4.

Saturday, 25th November, 2023.

A disappointing performance from Llysfaen FC today at the Bananabeu.

Cup dream ended by CPD Y Glannau.

Llysfaen FC suffered a 4-2 defeat at home to CPD Y Glannau on Saturday, 28th October, 2023.

There were consolation goals from Dan Batey and Tom Collier for Llysfaen FC against a well-organised Y Glannau outfit.

Llysfaen FC progress to REM Jones Cup Semi-final.

Llysfaen FC 3 Caer Clwyd 1.

Full match details on the Colwyn Community Radio facebook page.

Manager Emlyn Robert Jones has vacated his managerial position with immediate effect.

 Sean Sheridan has taken temporary charge of team affairs.

Llysfaen FC 2 Henllan FC 1.

Saturday, October 7th, 2023.

Back to back wins for Llysfaen FC.

 

 

Betws-Y-Coed 0 Llysfaen FC 4.

Saturday, 30th September, 2023.

Great away win for Llysfaen FC.

Double delight for Llysfaen FC this weekend.

Llysfaen FC shone at the expense of Rhyl All Stars on Saturday, 9th September, 2023 with a 1-0 victory secured by a first half goal from Steven Collins on 39 minutes.

A Lee Fallas brace gave the Llysfaen Development Squad a 2-1 victory over CPD Y Glannau Dev. on Sunday, 10th September, 2023.

Llandudno Amateurs too good for Llysfaen FC.

Two heavy defeats in a week by Llandudno Amateurs,  one in the league and the other in the cup were most disappointing for Llysfaen FC after an encouraging opening to the 2023/24 season.

Llysfaen lost 5-0 in the league game and 6-2 in the cup-tie to their Llandudno opponents.

Holyhead Hotspur 2 Llysfaen FC 0.

Saturday, 19th August, 2023.

Missed first half chances put Llysfaen out of the cup.

Pre-season Friendly result.

Abergele 3 Llysfaen FC 3.

Creditable draw for Llysfaen FC at Abergele.

Wednesday, 3rd August, 2023.

Big win for Llysfaen FC in Welsh Cup qualifying round.

Llansannan 2 Llysfaen FC 3.

Goals from Sean Sheridan 2 and Lee Fallas. 

Rhuddlan Town FC 0 Llysfaen FC 2.

Saturday, 1st July, 2023.

Pre-season friendly result.

 

Llysfaen FC 2 Bow FC 7.

Saturday, 25th March, 2023.

Goals from man of the match Steven Collins and Tom Collier gave the score-line some level of respectability.

Sadly the red carding of the Llysfaen Keeper didn’t help their cause but in the second half Llysfaen’s ten men played really well at times, playing aggressively in possession and could have added to the two goals scored.

Cutting out conceding soft-goals must be the major issue to address over the next few months.

Llandudno Amateurs hit four to sink Llysfaen FC.

Llandudno Amateurs 4 Llysfaen FC 1.

Saturday, 18th March, 2023.

Tom Collier’s goal scant reward for an improved display.

Llandudno Amateurs put eleven past Llysfaen FC last time out, so this was a much improved result.

Llysfaen’s main aim this season is to put a few more points on the board and prepare thoroughly for next season.

Llysfaen FC 1 Henllan 1.

Llysfaen goal scorer: Steven Collins.

Saturday, 25th February, 2023.

Shrewd signings are already making an impact.

Llysfaen FC 6 Penrhyn Bay 1.

Six of the best for Llysfaen FC.

Saturday, 18th February, 2023.

Llysfaen FC 2 CPD Caer Clwyd 3.

Saturday, 11th February, 2023.

Much improved result this Saturday.

Goals from Stooge Collins and Tom Collier.

Llysfaen Manager Emlyn Jones highlighted the team’s disjointed display in his post-match comments, but accepted it will take time for the new signings to get used to their new team mates.

Hopefully the next win is not far away.

Llysfaen FC 1 Abergele FC 5.

Saturday, 4th February, 2023.

A Simon Leigh goal for Llysfaen gave the home team some encouragement but unfortunately more defensive errors put the game out of reach for Llysfaen’s young team.

Hopefully new signings Barry Eccleston and Ryan Pritchard will bring some much needed experience to Llysfaen’s young team.

Llysfaen FC 0 Rhyl All Stars 2.

Saturday, 28th January, 2023.

A disappointing performance from Llysfaen FC this afternoon.

Missed chances and slack defending caused this disappointing result at the Bananabeu.

.Y Glannau 11 Llysfaen FC 1.

Saturday, 7th January, 2023.

Not a good afternoon for Llysfaen FC at St. Asaph Leisure Centre.

Perhaps the score-line tells it all.

Llysfaen FC win nine-goal thriller. 

Penrhyn Bay Dragons 4 Llysfaen FC 5.

Saturday, 17th December, 2022.

A Steve Collins hat-trick, a Jake Twist free-kick and a Ben Rawlinson winner was enough to take 3 points from the final game of 2022.

Congratulations to Llysfaen FC on this magnificent victory after a string of defeats. Well done lads. All the best for 2023.

Much improved showing from Llysfaen FC’s young team.

Llysfaen FC 2 Rhyl Celts 3

Saturday, 3rd December, 2022.

Goals from Dan Batey and George Edwards couldn’t save Llysfaen FC from another defeat, but it was a much improved showing from this young team.

Champions Abergele too hot to handle for Llysfaen’s youngsters.

Saturday, 26th November, 2022.

Abergele 6 LLysfaen FC 0.

After a promising first half which ended Abergele 1 Llysfaen FC 0 the second was very disappointing. Three goals in the last five minutes of the match for Abegele, against a tiring young Llysfaen team, overshadowed much of their good work.

This result is just part of the learning process for Llysfaen’s youngsters who are improving with each match.
Llysfaen FC 0 Llandudno Amateurs 11.

Saturday, 29th October, 2022.

Llysfaen’s youngsters shine despite a miserable scoreline.

This was a tough baptism for a number of Llysfaen’s young players who were making their senior debuts.

Six goals for Amateurs in the last quarter of an hour tended to overshadow a number of most encouraging performances from  Llysfaen’s youngsters.

Llysfaen FC 4 Caer Clwyd 3 (After Extra Time).

Saturday, 8th October, 2022.

Goals from Jake Reynolds, Joshua Smith, Harry Davies and a free kick from Nihat Sutlubulak ensured a quarter-final place in the REM Jones Cup.

Llysfaen will now play Y Glannau, next week’s league opponents, in the quarter finals.

Many congratulations to the players and management team.

Saturday, 1st October, 2022.

 

Rhos United 4 Llysfaen FC 2 (Match abandoned after 80 minutes).

Llysfaen FC’s match with Rhos United was abandoned with ten minutes of normal time left when Rhos’s Matty Graham suffered a double break to his leg and a triple ankle break.

Rhos were leading 4-2 at the time.

We wish Matty a very speedy recovery from these horrific injuries.

Problems with Llysfaen FC pitch

hinder their start to season.

Llysfaen FC back on track with huge away win.

Betws-Y-Coed 2 Llysfaen FC 7

Saturday, September 24th, 2022.

A magnificent 7-2 victory at Betws-Y-Coed this afternoon helped to eliminate the bad memories of last week’s poor away defeat.

Goalscorers:

Dan Batey 2, Steven Collins 2, Jake Twist rocket,

and first goals in senior Football for:

Nihat Sutlubulak and Harry Davies.

 

 

Llysfaen FC open the new season with an away defeat.

Henllan 2 Llysfaen FC 1.

A slow start and a penalty miss by Llysfaen FC was enough to ensure Henllan picked up maximum points.

A Stoogie Collins goal for Llysfaen wasn’t enough to get anything from the game.

After a poor opening forty minutes there was plenty of effort and endeavour from the Llysfaen team but it wasn’t to be their day.

Colwyn Bay Cricket Club 2023 Welsh Cup Winners. 

Sunday, 3rd September, 2023.

Swansea Cricket Club Ist XI scored 231/6 off their 40 overs.

Colwyn Bay Cricket Club !st XI in reply scored 232/3 off 38.5 overs.

Many congratulations to Colwyn Bay Cricket Club on this wonderful achievement.