BANGOR CITY RESERVES
Bangor City Reserves play in The Welsh Premier Under 19 League
Season 2014-15




BANGOR CITY FC
Under 19 Fixtures 2014-15

no DATE DAY COMP v OPPOSITION  R F A BANGOR CITY SCORERS 
BANGOR CITY SEPTEMBER 2014
1

7

Sun

U19L

H

PRESTATYN TOWN

W

7

0

Shaun Cavanagh 2, Caio Hywel, Corey Jones, Rhys Cooper,
Phil Warrington, Liam Walker
2
21
Sun
U19L H
TNS
L
1
6
Phil Warrington
3
28
Sun
U19L a
Flint Town United
W
2
0
Corey Jones, Liam Walker
4
30
Tues
FAW
H
LLANYSTUMDWY
W
9
0
Phil Warrington 4, Adam Pritchard 2, Harry Galeotti,
Sam Faulkner, Alwyn Roberts
BANGOR CITY OCTOBER 2014
5
7
Tues
U19L a
Bala Town
L
1
2
Rhys Cooper
6
12
Sun
U19L H
CEFN DRUIDS
L
1
2
Phil Warrington
7
19
Sun
U19L a
Rhyl
L
3
4
Jamie Petrie 3
8
22
Weds
U19L a
Conwy Borough
W
1
0
Shaun Cavanagh
9
26
Sun
U19L H
Aberystwyth Town
W
11
1
Shaun Cavanagh 5, Phil Warrington 2, Corey Jones, Sam Faulkner,
Rhys Cooper, Liam Walker

BANGOR CITY NOVEMBER 2014
10
2
Sun
FAW H
TNS
L
0
1

11
9
Sun
U19L a
Airbus UK
L
1
2
Phil Warrington
12
16
Sun
U19L H
CONNAHS QUAY
L
0
2

BANGOR CITY DECEMBER 2014

no matches played in December
BANGOR CITY JANUARY 2015
13
4
Sun
U19L a
Newtown
W
9
3
Corey Jones 3, Shaun Cavanagh 3, Harry Galeotti, Ifan Emlyn, Rhys Cooper
14
11
Sun
U19L H
NEWTOWN
W
8
1
Shaun Cavanagh 3, Phil Warrington 2, Liam Walker 2, Sam Faulkner
15
18
Sun
U19L a
Prestatyn Town
W
2
1
Rhys Cooper, Liam Walker
16
25
Sun
U19L H
CONWY BOROUGH
W
7
2
Liam Walker 2, Shaun Cavanagh 2, Callum Davidson 2, Jamie Petrie
BANGOR CITY FEBRUARY 2015
17
14
Sun
U19L a
Cefn Druids
W
2
0
Chris Jones, Shaun Cavanagh
BANGOR CITY MARCH 2015

15
Sun
U19L a
Connahs Quay
L
0
4


29
Sun
U19L H
BALA TOWN
L
0
4

BANGOR CITY APRIL 2015

1
Weds
U19L a
Llandudno
d
4
4
Sam Faulkner 2, Cai Owen, Rhys Cooper

12
Sun
U19L a
TNS
L
0
2


15
Weds
U19L H
AIRBUS
d
2
2
Shaun Cavanagh, Alwyn Roberts

21
Tues
U19L H
RHYL
W
3
1
Phil Warrington, Alwyn Roberts, Shaun Cavanagh

26
Sun
U19L a
Aberystwyth Town
L
1
2
Ifan Emlyn Jones

28
Tues
U19L H
LLANDUDNO
W
3
1
Rhys Cooper, Liam Walker, Ifan Emlyn Jones
BANGOR CITY MAY 2015

3
Sun
U19L H
FLINT TOWN
d
1
1
Shaun Cavanagh

U19L - WP Under 19 League
FAW - FaW Youth Cup






 


Leading Goalscorer
GOALSCORERS 2014-15

Shaun Cavanagh

 end of season goalscorers summary
U19L Cups
TOTAL


1  Shaun Cavanagh 20
0
20

2
 Phil Warrington
9
4
13

3
 Liam Walker
9
0
9

4
 Rhys Cooper
7
0
7

5
 Corey Jones 6
0
6

6
 Sam Faulkner
4
1
5

7
 Jamie Petrie 4
0
4

8
 Ifan Emlyn Jones 3
0
3

9
 Alwyn Roberts
2
1
3

10  Callum Davidson 2
0
2

11
 Harry Galeotti 1
1
2

12
 Adam Pritchard 0
2
2

13
 Caio Hywel 1
0
1

14
 Chris Jones
1
0
1

15
 Cai Owen
1
0
1



May 2015
68
9
77


17 15 Feb 2015
Cefn Druids 0 v 2 Bangor City WP Under 19 League


WP Under 19 League
Cefn Druids 0 v 2 Bangor City

  Bangor led two nil at half time and might have added to their tally in the second half, but were denied by Druids goalkeeper Connor Reddington who pulled off some excellent saves.

  The first of these saves came on seven minutes when midfielder Sam Faulkner fired low but was denied despite aiming for the bottom corner.

  On thirteen minutes Bangor went ahead. A foul on Sam Faulkner yielded a free kick which first team regular Chris Jones sent beyond the brave young glovesman into the Druids net.

  On twenty minutes it was 2-0 as Matt Williams chopped down Dylan Thomas as he cut in from the left. Penalty and up stepped leading goalscorer Shaun Cavanagh to net confidently despite the young goalkeeper guessing right.

  Bangor had the ascendency for much of the first half with Tom Mahoney and Faulkner dominant in midfield and goalkeeper Jack Cudworth doing a good job of keeping his young charges on their toes with a series of loud commands. Centreback Dylan Thomas also caught the eye in defence and attack. Chris Jones set up Caio Hywel but the rightback could not beat defiant Cefn keeper Reddington from twelve yards.

  So a two nil half time lead and every reason to hope for more of the same in the second period.


Half Time Cefn Druids 0 v 2 Bangor City

  The second half was more competitive as the home side came out with their ears ringing and instructions to have a go at the blue shirted visitors.

  But it was Bangor who went close early on as Phil Warrington crossed from the right but Chris Jones could not quite get that vital touch at the near post. The Jake Roberts ran into the box but Jack Cudworth saved his low shot.

  Bangor responded as first Tom Mahoney and then Shaun Cavanagh went close before the niggly little number ten Liam Randles showed his skill with a good turn and show which forced another good save from the impressive Cudworth. Liverpudlian Randles joined Cefn from Waterloo Dock via Mold Alex.

  Just after the hour mark a couple of changes for Bangor as Alwyn Roberts replaced Shaun Cavanagh and then Harry Galeotti came on for Sam Faulkner who was clattered in midfield by John Duncan.

  Left winger Liam Walker was a thorn in the home side all afternoon and even more so after the break when his pacey and often mazey runs clearly unsettled rightback Aaron Roberts.

  Chris Jones might have made it three nil but for yet another good save from Callum Reddington before a late consolation loomed as the Cefn substitute ran on goal but again Cudworth was up to the challenge.



BANGOR CITY


1
 Jack Cudworth
2
 Caio Hywel
3
 Adam Pritchard
4
 Rhys Cooper
5
 Dylan Thomas
6
 Tom Mahoney
7
 Sam Faulkner
8  Chris Jones
9
 Phil Warrington
10
 Shaun Cavanagh
11
 Liam Walker
SUBSTITUTES
12
 Alwyn Roberts
 for Phil Warrington
14
 Caio Owen
 for Rhys Cooper
15
 Harry Galeotti
 for Sam Faulkner






1
 Callum Reddington
17
 Ieuan Hughes?
15
 Kieran Smith
18
 Nik Gianotta
5
 John Duncan
6
 Dylan Thomas
7
 Jake Roberts
8
 Owain Ap Gareth
9
 Aaron Roberts
10
 Liam Randles
12
 Matt Williams




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16 25 Jan 2015
Bangor City 7 v 2 Conwy WP Under 19 League

  Bangor Crush Conwy

WP Under 19 League
Bangor City 7 v 2 Conwy Borough

  Bangor crushed Conwy at Nantporth in the U19 league a fortnight before the first elevens meet on the same pitch in the Welsh Cup.

  An unusual Conwy line up featured first team manager Aden Shannon and goalkeeper Louis Mackin upfront and it was no surprise when City went ahead inside four minutes as Liam Walker netted his seventh goal of the season. (photo left) from a Jamie Petrie cross.

  But the visitors showed great spirit to respond through Callum Parry who scored from Mackin's cross to level the scores.

  On the half hour though Bangor grabbed a second through leading goalscorer Shaun Cavanagh who reacted first to a chance off visiting goalkeeper Iwan Williams.

  Just before the interval Callum Davidson came on for Sam Faulkner who had picked up an injury.

Half Time Bangor City 2 v 1 Conwy Borough

  At the interval deposed first team goalkeeper Jack Cudworth was replaced by youngster Gethin Roberts.

  The second half began with a new goalkeeper but his first action was to pick the ball out of the back of his net as Callum Parry headed home and levelled at two all on 48 minutes.

  Could Bangor respond or would the visitors take the initiative? It was just beyond the hour mark that a triple salvo from City emphatically settled tha arguement.  First tall substitute Callum Davidson made it 3-1 on 61 minutes then - shortly after - Jamie Petrie made it four two to Bangor.  Within a minute Liam Walker bagged his second to make it 5-2 and game over.

  City continued to press and on 68 minutes Shaun Cavanagh got his second of the afternoon to make it six two for City. Moments later Harry Galeotti replaced Jamie Petrie who had enjoyed a run out with the youngsters.

  One final goal to confirm the win came five minutes from time as Callum Davidson also netted his second before the referee put the young Borough side out of their misery.

  So an emphatic win for the young blues and



BANGOR CITY


1
 Jack Cudworth
2
 Caio Hywel
3
 Rhys Cooper
4
 Ifan Emlyn
5
 Dylan Thomas
6
 Tom Mahoney
7
 Phil Warrington
8  Sam Faulkner
9
 Jamie Petrie
10
 Shaun Cavanagh
11
 Liam Walker
SUBSTITUTES
12
 Alwyn Roberts
14
 Ieuan Lloyd
15
 Harry Galeotti
 for Jamie Petrie
16
 Callum Davidson
 for Sam Faulkner
17
 Gethin Roberts
 
for Jack Cudworth





14 11 Jan 2015
Bangor City 8 v 1 Newtown WP Under 19 League

  Bangor Run Riot Again...

WP Under 19 League
Bangor City 8 v 1 Newtown

  Bangor repeated their high scoring win of a week earlier against Newtown on a game which should have suited the visitors - it was switched to the 3G pitch.

  But it was City who made the running and scored the goals with Shaun Cavanagh again grabbing a hatrick as he had a week ago at Latham Park. Harry Galeotti went close twice before Shaun Cavanagh headed over from a corner as Bangor pushed for the breakthrough.

  On 23 minutes Shaun Cavanagh netted from eight yards to put City ahead but two minutes later Sam Faulkner was shown the yellow card for a heavy challenge in midfield. On the half hour he hit the crossbar but his best was soon to come as Sam Faulkner embarked on a weaving solo run which culminated in a long range shot which crashed into the top corner of the Newtown net to double City's advantage.

  Faulkner and Phil Warrington went close for Bangor before Newtown hit the woodwork with eight minutes to go before half time. But with 42 mins on the clock it was Bangor who extended their lead as Phil Warrington headed Sam Faulkner's freekick home from close range.

Half Time Bangor City 3 v 0 Newtown

  The second half began with Harry Galeotti heading wide before on the hour mark it was four nil to Bangor as the pacey Liam Walker finished from a tight angle on the left. Two minutes later goal scorer Walker was felled by the Newtown goalkeeper. Penalty awarded and up stepped the man of the moment Shaun Cavanagh to net with ease. (see photo below)

  On 66 minutes Shaun Cavanagh completed his second hatrick in as many weeks to make the score six nil and game well and truly over if it wasnt already. Phil Warrington then saw his chip pushed over for a corner but on 73 minutes Newtown reduced the arrears. Bangor failed to clear a freekick and Telford based Tom Kenny netted. Credit to the young Robins for keeping their heads up.

  But with ten minutes left Phil Warrington made it seven one with a shot in off the post and with around two minutes on the clock Bangor notched an eighth goal as Liam Walker got his name on the scoresheet once more to round off the scoring.

  So an emphatic double for the young blues as they continue to push their way up the Development League Table




BANGOR CITY


1
 Gethin Roberts
2
 Cai Owen
3
 Rhys Cooper
4
 Dylan Thomas
5
 Adam Pritchard
6
 Ifan Emlyn
7
 Phil Warrington
8  Sam Faulkner
9
 Shaun Cavanagh
10
 Harry Galeotti
11
 Liam Walker
SUBSTITUTES
12
 Ieuan Lloyd
 for Harry Galeotti
14
 Caio Hywel
 
for S Cavanagh
15
 Jordan Griffiths
 for Gethin Roberts










13 4 Jan 2015
Newtown 3 v 9 Bangor City WP Under 19 League

  Bangor Run Riot

WP Under 19 League
Newtown 3 v 9 Bangor City

   Bangor ran riot at Latham Park on Sunday afternoon to end a run of three games without a win in emphatic style. And two of the youngsters, Corey Jones and Shaun Cavanagh grabbed hatricks along the way.

  An opening goal inside three minutes from first team squad regular Corey Jones was a sign of things to come and on ten minutes the midfielder doubled his tally.

  Bangor went three nil up on fourteen minutes through striker Harry Galeotti and two minutes later it was four nil as regular marksman Shaun Cavanagh joined the scoring spree on the weekend he turned out for the first team against Bala in the Welsh Premier.

  But if City felt the job was done they were rudely awakened as Newtown hit back with three goals in the four minutes before the interval with Tyler Cartwright pulling one back and Charlie Humphreys grabbing a brace to reduce the deficit to four three.


Half Time Newtown 3 v 4 Bangor City

  Whatever was said to the youngsters at half time clearly worked.

  Two minutes after the restart Corey Jones completed his hatrick to make it 5-3 and two minutes further on a second goal of the evening for Shaun Cavanagh made it six three.

  By now Bangor were back in full control and with twelve minutes left a quickfire double strike from Ifan Emlyn and then Rhys Cooper took the tally to eight.

  With five minutes left on the clock Shaun Cavanagh also notched a hatrick with a ninth goal to conclude an emphatic away win for the young blues.

  Well done!


BANGOR CITY


1
 Gethin Roberts
2
 Ieuan Lloyd
3
 Rhys Cooper
4
 Dylan Thomas
5
 Caio Hywel
6
 Adam Pritchard
7
 Ifan Emlyn
8  Sam Faulknert
9
 Shaun Cavanagh
10
 Liam Walker
11
 Phil Warrington
SUBSTITUTES
12
 Jordan Griffiths
 for Gethin Roberts
14
 Alwyn Roberts
 
forRhys Cooper
15
 Harry Galeotti
 for Liam Walker
16
 Cai Holdsworth
17
 Cai Owen





10 2 Nov 2014
Bangor City 0 v 1 The New Saints FAW Youth Cup

  Bangor Out of Welsh Youth Cup

The Welsh Cup
Bangor City 0 v 1 The New Saints

   Bangor crashed out of the Welsh Cup courtesy of a single goal defeat against visitors TNS.

  The greens side included first team squad regulars Ryan Kershaw and Fiznik Hadjari in midfield along with forward James Papirnyk, the nephew of Porthmadog boss Craig.

  Bangor started brightly and hit the bar in the opening five minutes but the side who had won convincingly at Nantporth a month earlier got into their stride. Following a couple of corners an opening goal came via tall defender Jordan Wells whose header beat Gethin Roberts.

  Ten minutes from the interval Shaun Cavanagh controlled the ball 35 yards out and showed good pace to create an opening but his shot fizzed wide from a tight angle.  As half time beckoned a blow for Bangor as goalkeeper Gethin Roberts fell awkwardly after gathering the ball and had to be replaced by Jordan Griffiths.

Half Time Bangor City 0 v 1 The New Saints

  At the interval Rhys Cooper was replaced by Alwyn Roberts and four minutes after the restart a 40 yard freekick powered goalwards by Sam Faulkner was deflected out for a Bangor corner.  Minutes later another Bangor freekick but this time Faulkner fired well wide.

  Bangor pressed again through Shaun Cavanagh down the left but his low shot sped wide. But trouble was to follow for Sam Faulkner as he was yellow carded twice in succession and sent for an early bath.

  With the man disadvantage it was going to be an uphill struggle for City for the remaining twenty minutes or so and although Phil Warrington and former Saint Liam Walker went close it was not to be.

  So a Welsh Cup exit for Bangor but out with heads held high and thoughts of what might have been.


BANGOR CITY


1
 Gethin Roberts
2
 Ieuan Lloyd
3
 Rhys Cooper
4
 Dylan Thomas
5
 Caio Hywel
6
 Adam Pritchard
7
 Ifan Emlyn
8  Sam Faulkner
9
 Shaun Cavanagh
10
 Liam Walker
11
 Phil Warrington
SUBSTITUTES
12
 Jordan Griffiths
 for 1 Gethin Roberts
14
 Alwyn Roberts
 
for 3 Rhys Cooper
15
 Harry Galeotti
 for 10 Liam Walker
16
 Cai Holdsworth
17
 Cai Owen






 9 26 Oct 2014
Bangor City 11 v 1 Aberystwyth WP Under 19 League

  Bangor Blast Black & Greens

WP Under 19 League
Bangor City 11 v 1 Aberystwyth Town

  Bangor smashed visitors Aberystwyth Town at Nantporth and reached double figures in the process.

  The destroyer in chief was Shaun Cavanagh who hit five goals - a club record at this level.

   But it was Phil Warrington who put City ahead inside six minutes then marauding Shaun Cavanagh got in on the act on 14 minutes to double the advantage.

  Midfielder Corey Jones made it three nil to City on the half hour and although Bow Street youngster Tom Williams pulled one back for Aber five minutes later, a minute before half time Liam Walker added a fourth for Bangor to send the home side in at the break with a comfortable lead.


Half Time Bangor City 4 v 1 Aberystwyth Town

  Five minutes after the restart Shaun Cavanagh netted his second to make it 5-1 to Bangor and less than three minutes later he was at it again as Shaun Cavanagh grabbed his hatrick.

  Either side of the hour mark Rhys Cooper and then Phil Warrington made it seven and then eight goals to one as the visitors started to wilt.

  With twenty minutes remaining Shaun Cavanagh got his fourth and with twelve left on the clock Sam Faulkner got in on the act with a tenth Bangor goal of the afternoon.

  There was still time for Shaun Cavanagh to grab his fifth of an amazing afternoon to take the tally to eleven.

  An amazing 11-1 win for Bangor and a welcome morale booster ahead of the Welsh Youth clash with The New Saints on Sunday afternoon.



BANGOR CITY


1
 Gethin Roberts
2
 Cai Owen
3
 Rhys Cooper
4
 Joe Culshaw
5
 Adam Pritchard
6
 Dylan Thomas
7
 Corey Jones
8  Phil Warrington
9
 Alwyn Roberts
10
 Shaun Cavanagh
11
 Liam Walker
SUBSTITUTES
12
 Ifan Emlyn
 for 11 Liam Walker
14
 Harry Galeotti
 
for 9 Alwyn Roberts
15
 Sam Faulkner
 for 5 Adam Pritchard
16






 8 21 Oct 2014
Conwy Borough 0 v 1 Bangor City WP Under 19 League

  City End Losing Streak

WP Under 19 League
Conwy Borough 0 v 1 Bangor City

  Bangor edged to a solitary goal win at Conwy to end a run of defeats in the Welsh Premier Under 19 League.

  The all important goal was scored by Shaun Cavanagh on 22 minutes.


Half Time Conwy Borough 0 v 1 Bangor City

  There were no goals after the interval.



BANGOR CITY


1
 Gethin Roberts
2
 Cai Owen
3
 Rhys Cooper
4
 Joe Culshaw
5
 Adam Pritchard
6
 Dylan Thomas
7
 Corey Jones
8  Phil Warrington
9
 Alwyn Roberts
10
 Shaun Cavanagh
11
 Liam Walker
SUBSTITUTES
12
 Harry Galeotti
 for 10 Shaun C'nagh
14
 Tomos Owen
 
for 9 Alwyn Roberts
15
 Ifan Emlyn
 for 11 Rhys Cooper








 7 19 Oct 2014
Rhyl 4 v 3 Bangor City WP Under 19 League

  Blues Beaten in Seven Goal Thriller

WP Under 19 League
Rhyl 4 v 3 Bangor City

  Bangor lost a seven goal thriller at Rhyl despite taking an early lead through hatrick hero Jamie Petrie who continued his return from injury.

  Along with Petrie the blues side was strengthened by Iolo Hughes at the back and Joe Culshaw in midfield.

  The visitors took the lead on 25 minutes when Jamie Petrie scored his first goal since returning from serious injury.

  The Lilywhites drew level ten minutes later via Jamie Whitehouse and one minute before the half time interval the 18 year old former Conwy defender Jamie Whitehouse put Rhyl two one ahead, and that was the half time score.


Half Time Rhyl 2 v 1 Bangor City

  Ten minutes after the restart former Denbigh youngster Ynyr Clwyd put the home side 3-1 ahead and seemingly out of sight of the young blues.

  However Christophe Azamaile and Jamie Petrie both scored on 71 minutes to set up an exciting climax which got even more interesting as blues first teamer Jamie Petrie completed his hatrick on the stroke of ninety minutes.

  But the young Lilywhites held on for a 4-3 home win which sentenced the citizens to a third successive defeat at Under 19 level.

  So defeat for Bangor but a close fought game and a goalscoring return for Jamie Petrie whose fitness will be a boost to the first team manager.



BANGOR CITY


1
 Gethin Roberts
2
 Dafydd Jones
3
 Dylan Thomas
4
 Joe Culshaw
5
 Iolo Hughes
6
 Adam Pritchard
7
 Sam Faulkner
8  Shaun Cavanagh
9
 Jamie Petrie
10
 Harry Galeotti
11
 Rhys Cooper
SUBSTITUTES
12
 Liam Walker
 for 3 Dylan Thomas
14
 Phil Warrington
 
for 10 Harry Galeotti
15
 Caio Holdsworth
 for 8 Shaun Cavanagh
16
 Ifan Emlyn
17
 Caio Owen





 6 12 Oct 2014
Bangor City 1 v 2 Cefn Druids WP Under 19 League

  Bangor Beaten at Home

WP Under 19 League
Bangor City 1 v 2 Cefn Druids

  Bangor continued their recent poor run of form in the U19 League with a home defeat against Cefn Druids.

  The visitors took the lead on eleven minutes through Chris Whittaker but only held the advantage for five minutes when Phil Warrington levelled for City.

  That were no further goals before the half time interval.


Half Time Bangor City 1 v 1 Cefn Druids

  The only goal of the second period came in the final minute when Taylor James netted to give the young Druids an away win.



BANGOR CITY


1
 Gethin Roberts
2
 Dafydd Jones
3
 Dylan Thomas
4
 Joe Culshaw
5
 Ieuan Lloyd
6
 Adam Pritchard
7
 Sam Faulkner
8  Liam Walker
9
 Shaun Cavanagh
10
 Phil Warrington
11
 Rhys Cooper
SUBSTITUTES
12
 Ifan Emlyn
14
 Jordan Griffiths
15
 Cai Owen
 for 11 Rhys Cooper
16
 Caio Holdsworth
 for 9 Shaun Cavanagh
17
 Harry Galeotti
 for 5 Ieuan Lloyd
18
 Jordan Griffiths







 5 7 Oct 2014
Bala Town 2 v 1 Bangor City WP Under 19 League

  Lakesiders Thank Keeper French

WP Under 19 League
Bala Town 2 v 1 Bangor City

  Bangor were beaten at Maes Tegid whose young goalkeeper Tyler French was in outstanding form.

  The blues side was bolstered by first team trio Sam Hart, Corey Jones and Jamie Petrie but it was young Bala midfielder Ryan Jones who settled the outcome with a well taken brace - and with more than a little help from goalkeeepr French.

  Wade Muscart went close for Bala before Sam Hart threatened for City. Ryan Jones saw his freekick blocked and Muscart wasted the rebound. But on 28 minutes Bangor had the lead as left footer Rhys Cooper pounced a mistake by Morgan to curl and well placed effort wide of French and into the net.

  Midfielder Ryan Jones then ran through a couple of challenges before levelling the scores. And before the interval Sion Bradley released Ryan Jones who again ran through to get the better of City goalkeeper and slot home his second to put The Lakesiders ahead.

Half Time Bala v Bangor City

  The second half saw Bala threaten to extend their lead through Meilir Williams but the blues keeper pulled off a brilliant one handed save. Goalscorer Jones went close twice in as many minutes but Bangor stayed in the game and gradually forced the home side back.

  Then home goalkeeper stood strong with a series of fine saves as Bangor threatened but could not get the better of the young glovesman.

  Try as they might City could not get the ball in the net and the Blaenau based stopper was duly awarded man of the match by the hosts.



BANGOR CITY


1
 Gethin Roberts
2
 Ieuan Lloyd
3
 Dylan Thomas
4
 Ifan Emlyn
5
 Caio Hywel
6
 Adam Pritchard
7
 Dafydd Jones
8  Sam Faulkner
9
 Liam Walker
10
 Harry Galeotti
11
 Rhys Cooper
SUBSTITUTES
12
 Cai Holdsworth
14
 Phil Warrington
15
 Alwyn Roberts
16
 Caio Owen











 4 30 Sept 2014
Bangor City 9 v 0 Llanystumdwy FAW Youth Cup

  Young Blues Run Riot

FAW Youth Cup
Bangor City 9 v 0 Llanystumdwy

  Bangor marched into the second round of the FAW Youth Cup as
Phil Warrington led the way with four goals despite entering the frey as a second half substitute!

  The watching crowd of around 70 were given an early indication of what was to come when City hit the bar within the first minute. City went one better in the 14th minute when a through ball from Dafydd Jones was met by Harry Galeotti just outside the area, and the young striker made no mistake to slot the ball past the advancing Sam Rylance in the Llanystundwy goal.

  On 24 minutes the visitors won their first corner when Ieuan Lloyd was forced to head behind to deny an attack but the resulting kick flew over everyone in the box and straight out for a goal kick. Four minutes later the visitors pushed forwards as Sam Faulkner gave away a free kick deep in the Llanystumdwy half in the pitch. Sion Parry played the ball in to Jordy Wood whose 20 yard shot flew inches wide of Gethin Roberts right hand post.

  City were straight back on the attack and on the half hour mark Liam Walker ran down the right hand side before putting a low cross into the six yard box where Galeotti was inches away from connecting for what would have been a certain goal. Just as it looked as if the first half would end with just the one goal to show, Adam Pritchard popped up from close range to double the lead.

Half Time Bangor City 2 v 0 Llanystumdwy

  It took just 6 minutes of the second half for City to get a chance to extend their lead when Walker was downed in the penalty area. The referee had no hesitation in pointing to the spot but Rhys Cooper's shot was well saved by the Sam Rylance. The next opportunity came when a lovely floated pass from Adam Pritchard was met by Liam Walker but his shot went wide of the left hand post. Next it was Llanystumdwy's turn to create an opportunity when a pass from Dion Roberts to Jac Jones was quickly played in to Shane Forth who blasted wide. Cai Holdsworth created the next chance for the hosts with a great piece of play which saw him beat three defenders before his shot again went wide.

  From an inswinging corner Adam Pritchard made it 3-0 with a header from almost on the line. Then on 69 minutes substitute Phil Warrington scored what would be the first of his 4 goals and just 2 minutes later he almost doubled his tally when he received the ball from a quickly taken free kick but the 'keeper stood his ground to stop the advance.  

  On 74 minutes City were awarded another penalty for a foul in the area but the kick rebounded off the post before Phil Warrington was on hand to claim his second goal of the night. On 77 minutes Ifan Emlyn hit shot against the woodwork before Sam Faulkner drilled a shot into the bottom left of the goal to make it 6-0.

  City were not done there though and managed a further three goals in the final three minutes. 
The first was scored by Phil Warrington on 87 minutes when he pounced on a defensive mistake to score from 12 yards. Two minutes later
Phil Warrington was again on the score sheet before Alwyn Roberts wrapped up the scoring from a Sam Faulkner cross in the final minute.



BANGOR CITY


1
 Gethin Roberts
2
 Ieuan Lloyd
3
 Dylan Thomas
4
 Ifan Emlyn
5
 Caio Hywel
6
 Adam Pritchard
7
 Dafydd Jones
8  Sam Faulkner
9
 Liam Walker
10
 Harry Galeotti
11
 Rhys Cooper
SUBSTITUTES
12
 Cai Holdsworth
14
 Phil Warrington
15
 Alwyn Roberts
16
 Caio Owen











 2 21 Sept 2014
Bangor City 1 v 6 TNS WP Under 19 League

  City Hit for Six

Welsh Premier U19 League
Bangor City 1 v 6 TNS

  Bangor were hit for six by visitors TNS despite enjoying some periods of pressure in an evenly contested first half.

  Phil Warrington went close in the opening minutes but wasted the first chance on four minutes when he sliced wide.. On 13 minutes Ieuan Lloyd was fouled on the right wing and from the resulting free-kick by Joe Culshaw City earned a corner but couldn't capitalise. On 18 minutes Rhys Cooper was released on the left but his shot across the face of goal flew inches wide.

  Just a minute later The New Saints should have taken the lead as confusion in the City defence allowed a free shot on goal but the ball went wide of Gethin Roberts left hand post.  
  Roberts was again in action minutes later as TNS again threatened to score but the 'keeper stood his ground to confidently punch the ball clear. On the half hour mark City won a free kick 30 yards from goal in the centre of the pitch. Joe Culshaw took the kick only to see it agonisingly hit the left hand post before bouncing harmlessly to goalkeeper Andy Wycherley.
  Ten minutes before the interval City had loud cries for a penalty waved away.
  As half time approached it looked as if the half would remain goalless, but a quick break from TNS down the centre of the pitch saw Harrison Millington with only Roberts to beat and the ball easily found the back of the net.
Half Time Bangor City 0 v 1 TNS

  City started the second half confidently, and in the 46th minute Rhys Cooper smashed the ball against the crossbar. Within two minutes the visitors doubled their lead through midfielder
Ben Richards
and worse was to come on 55 mins as a
Barmouth based James Papirnyk was allowed to walk through the defence before slotting the ball into the net.
  On 57 minutes Phil Warrington reacted well to pul a goal back for the hosts but if that had built hopes of a revival they were short lived as Cai Holdsworth gave away a free kick 25 yards from goal. With a four man wall in the way  blues 'keeper Gethin Roberts didn't see the shot unleashed by Ben Richards and didn't moved as the ball went into the left hand side of his goal to make it 4-1.

  On 63 minutes Jamie Petrie made way for Shaun Cavanagh, but just three minutes later City were five one behind as a shot from the centre of the pitch from Wales Victory Shield representative Nyasha Mwamuka flew into the net.
  On 67 minutes City made a good break down the left hand side but Cavanagh pulled his cross behind the strikers waiting on the six yards line.
  The next break from TNS saw them score their sixth and final goal. Roberts came to the edge of his box as TNS attacked where James Jones took the ball around him before slotting the ball in from a tight angle to complete the scoring.


BANGOR CITY


1
 Gethin Roberts
2
 Ieuan Lloyd
3
 Caio Hywel
4
 Adam Pritchard
5
 Dylan Thomas
6
 Joe Culshaw
7
 Corey Jones
8  Phil Warrington
9
 Liam Walker
10
 Jamie Petrie
11
 Rhys Cooper
SUBSTITUTES
12
 Cai Holdsworth
for 5 DylanThomas
14
 Shaun Cavanagh
for 10 Jamie Petrie















 1 7 Sept 2014
Bangor City 7 v 0 Prestatyn WP Under 19 League

  Seven Up City Stun 'Statyn

Welsh Premier U19 League
Bangor City 7 v 0 Prestatyn Town

  Bangor thrashed visitors Prestatyn on a sunny afternoon at Nantporth before a crowd of just over one hundred.

  Attacking the Antelope End the home side dominated from the off but had nothing to show for their efforts.  However ten minutes before the break this changed Shaun Canavagh netted from close range after a corner had not been cleared by the town defence. Seven minutes later it was 2-0 as Caio
Hywel headed home Rhys Cooper's corner for a long overdue opener.
  Cooper then fired just over and went close again as he chased down a back pass but the half time score showed just the two chances taken.

Half Time Bangor City 2 v 0 Prestatyn Town

  Within a minute of the restart City won a penalty which midfielder Shaun Cavanagh netted at the second attempt despite the best efforts of the Prestatyn 'keeper.
  Within ten minutes of the restart it became 4-0 as the visitors defence failed to clear and Corey Jones lashed home.
  On the hour Corey Jones saw his shot saved but Rhys Cooper marked his debut with a quick tap in to make it five nil to City. Cooper forced a good save from the Prestatyn glovesman but on 72 minutes Phil Warrington fired in a sixth the day after his late substitute appearance for the first team.
  There was still time for one more as Liam Walker marked his debut with a cool finish from a tight angle from a quickly taken freekick.
  A great start to the new season for the new look Bangor side and one which augurs well for the season to come.
 




BANGOR CITY


1
 Gethin Roberts
2
 Ieuan Lloyd
3
 Caio Hywel
4
 Dylan Thomas
5
 Adam Prtichard
6
 Sam Faulkner
7
 Liam Walker
8  Corey Jones
9
 Phil Warrington
10
 Rhys Cooper
11
 Shaun Cavanagh
SUBSTITUTES
12
 Dafydd Jones
for 2 Ieuan Lloyd
14
 Harry Galeotti
for 11 Cavanagh
15
 Cai Holdsworth
16
 Alwyn Roberts
17
 Nick Bould
18
 Cai Owen
19
 Ifan Emlyn