BANGOR CITY RESERVES

Bangor City Reserves play in The Welsh Premier Under 19 League North
Season 2016-17




BANGOR CITY FC
  Under 19 Fixtures 2016-17 

no DATE DAY COMP v OPPOSITION  R F A BANGOR CITY SCORERS 
BANGOR CITY AUGUST 2016
1
21
Sun
U19L
a
 Flint Town
d
2
2
 Shaun Cavanagh, Adam Evans
2
28
Sun
U19L
H
 CONWY BOROUGH
W
9
0
 Sion Bradley 2, Shaun Cavanagh 2, Alex Boss 2, Ifan Emlyn Jones,
 Adam Evans, Harry Galeotti
BANGOR CITY SEPTEMBER 2016
3
4
Sun
U19L a
 Connahs Quay
W
3
1
 Sam Jones 2, Harry Galeotti
4
11
Sun
U19L
a
 The New Saints
L
2
4
 Alex Boss, Shaun Cavanagh
5
18
Sun
U19L
a
 Bala Town
W
3
1
 Alex Boss, Jamie Roberts, Shaun Cavanagh
6
25
Sun
U19L
H
 LLANDUDNO
W
3
1
 Sion Bradley 3
BANGOR CITY OCTOBER 2016
7
16
Sun
U19L a
 Airbus
d
3
3
 Harry Galeotti, Guto Williams, Jamie Roberts
8
23
Sun
U19L H
 NEWTOWN
W
8
1
 Sam Jones 4, Shaun Cavanagh 2, Harry Galeotti, Adam Evans
9
30
Sun
WCup
H
 CONNAHS QUAY
W
4
4
 Jamie Roberts 2, Sam Jones, Alex Boss (Bangor won 5-4 on pens)
10
6
Sun
U19L a
 Porthmadog
W
9
0
 Jamie Roberts 4, Shaun Cavanagh, Sion Bradley, Math Roberts,
 Caio Hywel,
Adam Pritchard
BANGOR CITY NOVEMBER 2016
11
13
Sun
U19L a
 Cefn Druids
W
5
0
 Shaun Cavanagh 2, Sion Bradley, Harry Galeotti, Sam Jones
12
20
Sun
WCup H
 AIRBUS UK
W
4
1
 Shaun Cavanagh 3, Harry Galeotti
13
27
Sun
U19L H
 RHYL
W
4
3
 Sion Bradley 2, Shaun Cavanagh, Harry Hughes
BANGOR CITY DECEMBER 2016
14
4
Sun
U19L H
 FLINT
W
7
3
 Sion Bradley 4, Cai Owen, Sam Jones, Alex Boss
BANGOR CITY JANUARY 2017
15
8
Sun
U19L a
 Conwy Borough
W
6
1
 Sam Jones 3, Alex Boss 2, Guto Williams
16
15
Sun
U19L H
 CONNAHS QUAY
W
3
2
 Sam Jones, Shaun Cavanagh, Alex Boss
17
22
Sun
U19L H
 THE NEW SAINTS
W
3
2
 Shaun Cavanagh, Sam Jones, Alex Boss
18
29
Sun
U19L a
 Bala Town
W
5
3
 Adam Evans 3, Shaun Cavanagh 2
BANGOR CITY FEBRUARY 2017
19
5
Sun
U19L a
 Llandudno
W
2
4
 Rodrigo Branco, Harry Galeotti, Christoph Azimale, Shaun Cavanagh
20
12
Sun
WCup a
 Cambrian & Clydach
L
2
4
 Sam Jones, Harry Galeotti
BANGOR CITY MARCH 2017
21

Thurs
U19L H
 PORTHMADOG
W
5
0
 Alex Boss 3, Sam Jones, Ifan Emlyn Jones
22
26
Sun
U19L H
 CEFN DRUIDS
W
4
0
 Cai Owen, Alex Boss, Sam Jones, Christoph Aziamale
23
30
Thurs
U19L H
 AIRBUS
W
3
0
 Christoph Aziamale 2, Harry Galeotti
BANGOR CITY APRIL 2017


Sun
U19L a
 Newtown
W
3
0
 Shaun Cavanagh 2, Sam Jones

9
Sun
U19L a
 Rhyl














U19L - WP Under 19 League North
WCup - FaW Youth Cup

Correct after Newtown away



 


Leading Goalscorer
GOALSCORERS 2016-17Leading Goalscorer

Shaun Cavanagh
---
 Development Squad Goalscorers
U19L Cups
TOTAL
Sam Jones


1  Shaun Cavanagh
18
3
21






2  Sam Jones
17
2
19

3
 Alex Boss
13
1
14

4
 Sion Bradley
13
0
13

5
 Harry Galeotti 7
2
9

6
 Jamie Roberts 6
2
8

7
 Adam Evans 6
0
6

8
 Christoph Aziamale
4
0
4

9
 Ifan Emlyn Jones 2
0
2

10
 Cai Owen
2
0
2

11
 Rodrigo Branco 1
0
1

12
 Caio Hywel
1
0
1

13
 Harry Hughes
1
0
1

14
 Math Roberts 1
0
1

15
 Adam Pritchard
1
0
1

16
 Guto Williams
1
0
1









TOTALS
95
10
105







24 2 April 2017
Newtown 0 v 3 Bangor City WP Under 19 League
Champions!
WP Under 19 League
Newtown 0 v 3 Bangor City

  Three second half goals clinched a second successive Development League North title for Bangor after stubborn, determined Newtown had kept them at bay for the opening period.
  And in reality that was about the story of the first half as midfield general Ifan Emlyn Jones drove City forward with some well timed interceptions and incisive passes.
  Attacking the Social Club end Bangor laid siege to Dave Jones goal with No 10 Shaun Cavanagh central to the onslaught. His thirty yard freekick flew over then he turned a low cross form the right into the side netting.
  The Newtown youngsters were wearing the first team away yellow kit which at first misled some supporters (or one at least) into contemplating the strength of the opposition!
  Jones saved well from Ifan Emlyn Jones before Cavanagh sent another freekick over.
  Right winger Harry Galeotti crossed for Sam Jones but first teamer Jones saved again. On the half hour another good run and cross from Galeotti found Cavanagh but Jones was in place once more.
  When Newtown did threaten centrebacks Caio Hywel and Adam Pritchard were in no mood to give an inch. Alongside Jones in midfield the tall elegant figure of Guto Williams looked assured on the ball.
  Ten minutes from time Ifan Emlyn Jones fired on target, moments later Cavanagh shot over and one the stroke of half time midfielder Jones sent a dipping freekick just over from twenty five yards.
  City fans were upset by evident time wasting and the inability of the referee to stamp it out, but the one who commented that the young Robins might run out of steam in the second half was on the money.

Top left Harry Galeotti, right Ifan Emlyn Jones
Half Time
Newtown 0 v 0 Bangor City

   
  Now attacking the main car park end, City redoubled their efforts and gained the all important breakthrough goal.

  Jones did well to repel Caio Hywel and Harry Galeotti but on 50 minutes a poorly timed challenge on Galleotti resulted in a penalty for Bangor. Up stepped Shaun Cavanagh to send the glovesman the wrong way.
  This was the best thing that could have happened in many ways. Stirred into action the young Reds forced a couple of corners but big Antoni Sarnowski was in commanding form and dealt with the danger with ease.
  Shaun Cavanagh and Sam Jones both went close to adding a second but on 64 minutes a first change of the afternoon as Alex Boss came on for Christoph Aziamale on the left.
  Five minutes later the spring heeled Boss had the ball in the net but an offside flag waved.
  With around fifteen minutes to go a foul on Shaun Cavanagh earned City a second penalty and the leading goalscorer dusted himself down and ignored some childish sledging from the Newtown goalkeeper to double the lead. The build up to the goal had featured a pacey run down the left from Alex Boss which left the Newtown defence in tatters.
  Next Cavanagh volleyed over from a left footed inswinger from Ifan Emlyn Jones. Then right winger Galeotti jinked through the home defence but sent his rising drive crashi
ng against the crossbar from eight yards.
   Newtown made a double change as the hot weather took its toll and with ten minutes left The Robins No 10 ran clear on goal but lofted over.
  Two minutes later Cai Owen gave way to the illness that had plagued him all week, Gethin Thomas took over at rightback.
  Adam Pritchard found Alex Boss who in turn passed to Shaun Cavanagh. His shot was cleared to Guto Williams but he fired wide from eighteen yards.
  City still had one goal left in them and three minutes from time Sam Jones crashed home after the visibly wilting home defence struggled to clear after a spell of Bangor pressure.
  And that was about it. The referee blew for time and City celebrated a second league title in as many years, and set up a May Day showdown with Cambrian & Clydach, back at Latham Park.

Photos all The Citizens Choice - feel free to use


BANGOR CITY


1
 Antoni Sarnowski
2
 Cai Owen
3
 Harri Hughes
4
 Caio Hywel
5
 Adam Pritchard
6
 Ifan Emlyn Jones
7
 Harry Galeotti
8  Guto Williams
9
 Sam Jones
10
 Shaun Cavanagh
11
 Christoph Aziamale
SUBSTITUTES
12

14

15
 Alex Boss
16
 Gethin Thomas

 



23 30 March 2017
Bangor City 3 v 0 Airbus WP Under 19 League

WP Under 19 League
Bangor City 3 v 0 Airbus

  Three first half goals handed Bangor an advantage they were never going to lose and secured another emphatic home win.
  And the destroyer in chief of the young Planemakers was Christoph Aziamale.
  Bangor took the lead on 29 minutes when Christoph Aziamale scored.
  The visitors suffered a setback on 35 minutes when Tommy Speed was sent off for kicking out after a tackle.
  Moments later City doubled their advantage as Harry Galeotti netted. Speed is the son of former Leeds and Wales winger/manager Gary Speed.
  Then on the stroke of half time the game was virtually over as City were awarded a penalty and Chester based youngster Christoph Aziamale got his second from the spot.
  Moments later the referee blew for the interval with City well placed for an important home win.

Half Time
Bangor City 3 v 0 Airbus UK

 
With all the goals scored in the opening period it was for both sides to play out a goalless second period as City ran out three nil winners.
  Credit to the ten men of Airbus who refused to give in and put up a brave showing.
  This result puts Bangor in a strong position at the top of the Welsh Premier Development League (North) but with two away games to go, at Newtown and then Rhyl.
  The first of these is at Latham Park this Sunday afternoon, 2nd April 2017, a 2.30pm kick off.


Photo above with thanks to Carwyn Edwards


BANGOR CITY


1
 Leon Jones
2
 Cai Owen
3
 Harri Hughes
4
 Guto Williams
5
 Adam Pritchard
6
 Ifan Emlyn Jones
7
 Harry Galeotti
8  Gethin Thomas
9
 Sam Jones
10
 Alex Boss
11
 Christoph Aziamale
SUBSTITUTES
12
 Meredydd Derbyshire
(?) for Cai Owen
15
 Deegan Booton

14
 Adam Evans
(?) for Alex Boss
16
 Gruff Owen

 



22 26 March 2017
Bangor City 4 v 0 Cefn Druids WP Under 19 League

WP Under 19 League
Bangor City 4 v 0 Cefn Druids

  Two goals in each half eased Bangor to a comfortable win over visitors Cefn Druids in a match staged at Treborth.
  And the match could have hardly got off to a better start for wind assisted City when right back Cai Owen fired home across the goalkeeper on seven minutes.
  On 23 minutes the young visitors had a chance to draw level when they won a penalty for a foul on Alex Buxton, son o fformer blues favourite Steve Buxton. But Josh Jones sent his spot kick the wrong side of the post and the danger passed.
  Soon after Matty Tombs had the ball in the net for the young Druids but the offside flag was up.
  And the Ancients were made to pay the price on 29 minutes when Alex Boss netted after fine build up play involving Harri Hughes and Christoph Aziamale.
  The half time score stood at two nil to Bangor as the sides swopped  ends at the interval.
Photo above Cai Owen
Half Time
Bangor City 2 v 0 Cefn Druids

  With the win at their backs Cefn might have fancied their chances of a revival.
  But any prospects the visitors had of mounting a second half revival disappeared immediately as No 9 Sam Jones fired home left footed for a three nil advantage within a minute of the restart.
  That was Sam's 18th goal of the season.
  Eight minutes later it was four nil as Chester based Christoph Aziamale pounced after goalkeeper Danny Lloyd had repelled an initial effort from Harry Galeotti.
  Of the four goalscorers only centre forward Jones is yet to appear in the blues first team.
  Manager Dave Cavanagh rang the changes in the final quarter to give the substitutes a taste of the action and at the final whistle the scoreline stood at four nil.
  City remain top of the Welsh Premier Development North table with three games left to play.
Photo above Christoph Aziamale


BANGOR CITY


1
 Antoni Sarnowski
2
 Cai Owen
3
 Harri Hughes
4
 Caio Hywel
5
 Adam Pritchard
6
 Ifan Emlyn Jones
7
 Harry Galeotti
8  Guto Williams
9
 Sam Jones
10
 Alex Boss
11
 Christoph Aziamale
SUBSTITUTES
13
   GK

14
 Adam Evans
(72) for Alex Boss
15
 Gruff Owen
(89) for Harry Hughes
16
 Gethin Roberts
(83) for Guto Williams



 


21 9 March 2017
Bangor City 5 v 0 Porthmadog WP Under 19 League

WP Under 19 League
Bangor City 5 v 0 Porthmadog

  Bangor ran out comfortable winners over visitors Porthmadog and opened up a four point gap at the top of the Development League (North).
  Bangor took the lead on seven minutes when winger Harry Galeotti crossed from the right and Sam Jones netted his 17th goal of the season.
  On 26 minutes it was two nil as goalscorer Jones set up Alex Boss who fired home from close range.
  With just four minutes to go to the interval it was virtually all over as
Alex Boss  latched onto a high clearance and netted his second to make it three nil for City.

Half Time
Bangor City 3 v 0 Porthmadog

  Porthmadog kept Bangor at bay for the opening twenty minutes or so of the second period but once again Alex Boss strukc after midfield general Ifan Emlyn Jones had hit the crossbar.
  A wel deserved hatrick for Alex and his 13th goal of the season.
  Again a period without a goal was punctuated with nine minutes left on the clock as Ifan Emlyn Jones fired home from outside the box for a final scoreline of five nil to the table topping blues.
  With four games to go City are four points clear of second placed TNS, but anything can happen in the end of season matches so all to play for.
  



BANGOR CITY


1
 Leon Jones
2
 Cai Owen
3
 Harri Hughes
4
 Caio Hywel
5
 Adam Pritchard
6
 Ifan Emlyn Jones
7
 Harry Galeotti
8  Guto Williams
9
 Sam Jones
10
 Alex Boss
11
 Christoph Aziamale
SUBSTITUTES
13
   GK

14
 Gruff Stead
(?) for Chris Aziamale
15
 Gruff Owen
(?) for Harry Galeotti
16
 Gethin Roberts
(?) for Guto Williams



 


20 12 Feb 2017
Cambrian & Clydach 4 v 2 Bangor City FAW Youth Cup

WP Under 19 League
Cambrian & Clydach 4 v 2 Bangor City

  Bangor were knocked out the FAW Youth Cup against Cambrian & Clydach after Shaun Cavanagh was sent off early in the second half.  Even then the match went into extra time at the end of the ninety.
  Bangor went close almost from the off as Sam Jones saw his shot crash off the crossbar.
  Then on eleven minutes City had the lead. Shaun Cavanagh shot and Sam Jones turned the ball beyond the home keeper for his sixteenth goal of the season.
  There were not further goals until four minutes from the interval when Cambrian & Clydach drew level through their striker Samuel Jones.
  So at the interval the score was all square at one all.

Half Time
Cambrian & Clydach 1 v 1 Bangor City

  Bangor were down to ten men on 53 minutes when Shaun Cavanagh saw red as he reacted to a challenge.
  Midway through the half Antoni Sarnowski pulled off a good save to keep the visitors on level terms but he was beaten on 71 minutes as Samuel Jones netted his second of the afternoon to put the hosts ahead.
  But on 75 minutes Bangor drew level as Harry Galeotti fired home.
  Inspired by this strike and perhaps fearing extra time ten man Bangor pushed forward and twice went close through Alex Boss.
  Moments later Boss was replaced by Adam Evans and soon after the referee blew for time to signal the advent of thirty minutes of extra time.
  EXTRA TIME

   Nine minutes into the added time
Samuel Jones made it three two for the home side and completed his hatrick - Bangor convinced he was offside -  before he grabbed a fourth on the stroke of half time and made the game safe for the South Wales side.
  A case of what might have been perhaps but credit to the hosts who move into the semi final stages and a possible date with a professional club.
  Good luck to them.
photos above courtesy Bangor City


BANGOR CITY


1
 Antoni Sarnowski
2
 Harry Hughes
3
 Meredydd Derbyshire
4
 Guto Williams
5
 Adam Pritchard
6
 Ifan Emlyn Jones
7
 Harry Galeotti
8  Cai Owen
9
 Sam Jones
10
 Shaun Cavanagh
11
 Alex Boss
SUBSTITUTES
13
  Leon Jones GK

12
 Adam Evans
(88) for Alex Boss
15
 Gruff Stead
(105) for M.Derbyshire





 



19 5 February 2017
Llandudno 2 v 4 Bangor City WP Under 19 League

WP Under 19 League
Llandudno 2 v 4 Bangor City

  Bangor kept up their fine form with a four two win at Llandudno where the hosts lost two players through red cards in the closing stages.
   Bangor boosted their line up with inclusion of January wndow signing Yalany Baio and Brazilian striker Rodrigo Branco who had scored at Bala the day before. First team manager Ian Dawes and coach Gary Taylor Fletcher watched from the sidelines.
  Ten minutes in Harry Galeotti fired a warning shot which hit the post before Rodrigo Branco slid the ball past the Tudno goalkeeper but just missed the target.
  But on twenty minutes Llandudno took the lead as Osian Jones put the ball beyond Antoni Sarnowski.
  Bangor replied five minutes later as Shaun Cavanagh picked out Rodrigo Branco who accepted the easy chance.
  Shaun Cavanagh then scored but saw his effort disallowed and then saw his shot drift wide. Llandudno hit the woodwork as both sides looked to take the lead.
  Ten minutes before the interval winger Harry Galeotti scored with a fine run and finish but any hopes City had of taking an interval lead disappeared as former Rhos United midfielder Ryan Vaughan levelled the scores.
  So all to play for and a chance for the coaches to have their say.

Half Time
Llandudno 2 v 2 Bangor City

  With everything still to play for an early advantage would benefit either side.
  Ten minutes after the restart Bangor regained the lead as Christoph Aziamale notched his first goal for the club.
  On the hour mark Guto Williams replaced centreback Caio Hywel as City continued to press for a decisive third goal. Five minutes later Sam Jones came on for right winger Harry Galeotti.
  Llandudno forced a good save from Antoni Sarnowski before on seventy minutes a final change for City as Alex Boss came on for Christoph Azimale.
  With ten minutes left Shaun Cavanagh was fouled in the penalty area by Llandudno Junction youngster Callum Jones who was sent off. The leading goalscorer stood up and planted the ball home for a 4-2 lead.
  Alex Boss had been on the wrong end of some rough treatment by the Llandudno defence and one foul too many by former Llandudno Junction defender McKenzie Slaven who also saw red to leave the hosts with eight or so minutes to play with nine men.
  There was no further scoring and Bangor headed back along the A55 with another win under their belts ahead of a Welsh Cup trip to Cambrian & Clydach next weekend.




BANGOR CITY


1
 Antoni Sarnowski
2
 Cai Owen
3
 Harry Hughes
4
 Caio Hywel
5
 Adam Pritchard
6
 Ifan Emlyn Jones
7
 Harry Galeotti
8  Yalany Baio
9
 Rodrigo Branco
10
 Shaun Cavanagh
11
 Christoph Aziamale
SUBSTITUTES
12
  Meredydd Derbyshire

14
  Leon Jones
15
 Guto Williams
(60) for Caio Hywel
16
 Alex Boss
(70) for Chris Azimale
17
 Sam Jones
(65) for Harry Galeotti

 


18 29 January 2017
  Bala Town 3 v 5 Bangor City WP Under 19 League

WP Under 19 League
Bala Town 3 v 5 Bangor City

  Bangor hit five in an emphatic win at Bala Town and led two one at the half time break.
   The break through came for City just before the half hour as they took the lead through leading goalscorer Shaun Cavanagh who had come off the bench during the first team victory over Llandudno the afternoon before.
  Three minutes later a second goal arrived courtesy of Adam Evans for his fourth goal of the season.
  The Bala scorer was Llwyngwril youngster Cullen Rodgers so that the half time score was a two one lead for visitors Bangor.


Half Time
Bala Town 1 v 2 Bangor City

  Seven minutes after the restart Shaun Cavanagh bagged his second to stretch the lead to three one to Bangor.
  Bala replied through Joel Darlington to make it 3-2 and keep Bala's hopes alive.
  Fifteen minutes from time Bangor restored the two goal advantage as Adam Evans grabbed his second of the match.
  But Bala were not beaten and
Joel Darlington notched his second to make it four three with time running out. But any worries City had about going home with all three points disappeared as Adam Evans scored a late winner to clinch his hatrick.
  So another free scoring performance for the young blues who have scored seventeen goals in four Development North League games in January.
  Well done!




BANGOR CITY


1
 Antoni Sarnowski
2
 Cai Owen
3
 Harry Hughes
4
 Caio Hywel
5
 Adam Pritchard
6
 Ifan Emlyn Jones
7
 Harry Galeotti
8  Guto Williams
9
 Adam Evans
10
 Shaun Cavanagh
11
 Christoph Aziamale
SUBSTITUTES
12
  Meredydd Derbyshire

14
  Leon Jones

15
 Math Roberts
(75) for Guto Williams
16
 Deegan Booton

 

 



17 22 January 2017
  Bangor City 3 v 2 The New Saints WP Under 19 League

WP Under 19 League
Bangor City 3 v 2 The New Saints

  Bangor won three two again as they had a week earlier against Connahs Quay but this time they did it the hard way from two nil down.
  The visitors included goalkeeper Andy Wycherley, midfielder James Jones and striker Jacob Farleigh who had been on the bench for the first team in the League Cup Final the day before.
  For City goalkeeper Antoni Sarnowski, leading goalscorer Shaun Cavanagh and winger Alex Boss all boast first team experience.
  So an even game was in prospect.

 
The visitors went close when tall midfielder James Jones saw his long range effort well saved by blues goalkeeper Antoni Sarnowski.
 
But it was TNS who took the lead inside twenty minutes when Jacob Farley netted from a free kick.
  Five minutes later the impressive Sam Jones went close for Bangor from a corner but could not squeeze the ball home.
  With half time five minutes away Bangor forced a good save from Andy Wycherley before Guto Williams fired over after a goalmouth melee.
  At the last City had a penalty appeal for a foul on Cai Owen waved away and it was the Shropshire side who went for the interval with a slender lead.

Half Time
Bangor City 0 v 1 The New Saints

  The first action of the second period saw Antoni Sarnowski at full stretch to deny his former team mates a second before Harry Galeotti released Alex Boss but Wycherley kept him at bay.
  Moments later though, on the hour mark TNS doubled their lead as Andy Vale scored following a swift counter attack. Shaun Cavanagh claimed he was fouled in the build up and was shown the yellow card for protesting to the official.
  With a mountain to climb the only thing to do is to start climbing.
  On 71 minutes Bangor were awarded a penalty kick which was converted by Shaun Cavanagh to halve the deficit. and herald a shift in momentum.
  Two minutes later Sam Jones added to his growing reputation as he levelled the scores with a left footed volley. To add to their woes the visitors had defender Michael Owen sent off for a challenge on the ever dangerous Sam Jones.
  Three minutes further and Jones turned provider for Alex Boss to beat Wycherley and turn the game on its head. City threatened again through goalscorer Cavanagh but his effort flew narrowly wide.
  In the closing minutes the acrobatic Wycherley denied Sam Jones his second goal with a great save but in the final analysis it mattered not as the final whistle blew on a big win for Bangor over their U19 rivals.




BANGOR CITY


1
 Antoni Sarnowski
2
 Cai Owen
3
 Harry Hughes
4
 Caio Hywel
5
 Adam Pritchard
6
 Ifan Emlyn Jones
7
 Harry Galeotti
8  Guto Williams
9
 Sam Jones
10
 Shaun Cavanagh
11
 Alex Boss
SUBSTITUTES
12
  Leon Jones

14
 Meredydd Derbyshire

15
 Adam Evans

16
 Deegan Booton

 

 



16 15 January 2017
  Bangor City 3 v 2 Connahs Quay WP Under 19 League

WP Under 19 League
Bangor City 3 v 2 Connahs Quay

  Bangor overcame tough opposition in the form of visitors Connahs Quay who fought back at the end to leave the blues happy to hear the final whistle.
  The action was largely confined to the second half as two evenly matched sides failed to break the deadlock in the opening halg hour.
 
But on 34 minutes Bangor broke the deadlock as Sam Jones capitalised on a mistake by Karter Cutler Evans to slot home after a fine team move to make sure that the young citizens led at the interval.

Photos with thanks to Bangor City

Half Time
Bangor City 1 v 0 Connahs Quay

  The second half was an altogether different affair.
  Soon after the restart Alex Boss was fouled in the box but young Nomads midfielder Iwan Rogers for Bangor leading goalscorer Shaun Cavanagh converted the penalty for a two nil advantage.
  Twenty minutes into the second half Harry Galeotti opened up the Nomads defence for Alex Boss to score and put City into what looked like a decisive three nil lead.
  But on 72 minutes the visitors were awarded a penalty which Sam Haley won and scored to make the scoreline 3-1.
  With just eleven minutes left on the clock the home side had more cause for concern as Sam Haley netted from six yards to reduce the deficit to a single goal at 3-2.
  Energetic Menai Bridge youngster Sam Jones charged down a goalkeepers clearance but the ball bounced to safety and eventually the referee blew for time and the young blues celebrated a hard fought victory of one of their main rivals.
Photos with thanks to Bangor City


BANGOR CITY


1
 Antoni Sarnowski
2
 Cai Owen
3
 Harry Hughes
4
 Caio Hywel
5
 Adam Pritchard
6
 Ifan Emlyn Jones
7
 Harry Galeotti
8  Guto Williams
9
 Sam Jones
10
 Shaun Cavanagh
11
 Alex Boss
SUBSTITUTES
12
  Deegan Booton
(80) for Alex Boss
14
 Meredydd Derbyshire

15
 Adam Evans

16
 Leon Jones GK

 

 


15 8 January 2017
  Conwy Borough 1 v 6 Bangor City WP Under 19 League

WP Under 19 League
Conwy Borough 1 v 6 Bangor City

  Bangor hit Conwy for six with young Sam Jones netting four.
  And for a chan
ge it was a warmer winter's day at The Morfa for the players and those watching to enjoy.
  
The new year had seen one of the outstanding young talents Sion Bradley leave for Porthmadog (on loan) so there were questions to be answered by the City youngsters.
  The first of those answers came with just seven minutes played when Sam Jones scored from Cai Owen's corner kick.
  Leading goalscorer Shaun Cavanagh hit the post before play had to be stopped for repairs to the goal net.
  Bangor were in total control now and looking to add to their opening goal.
  But on 28 minutes the lead was two nil as Alex Boss was on hand to convert the ever dangerous Harry Galeotti's cross.
  Eight minutes later it was three nil for Bangor as Guto Williams finished from close range.
  As first time grew closer Conwy won a corner but City stood firm and as the referee blew for half time it was Bangor who led three nil.
Goalscorers Sam Jones and behind him Alex Boss
Photos with thanks to Bangor City

Half Time
Conwy Borough 0 v 3Bangor City


  Twelve minutes after the restart City struck again.
  Once again it was Sam Jones who grabbed his second to make it four nil. Within minutes Bangor replaced goalscorer Shaun Cavanagh with Adam Evans.
  On 61 minutes it was five nil as Alex Boss netted his second with Harry Galeotti again the provider.
  With 68 gone a double change for Bangor as Meredydd Derbyshire and Gruff Owen came on for Deegan Booton and Harry Galeotti.
  On 75 minutes left on the clock Conwy repelled an initial effort from Cai Owen but Sam Jones was on hand to grab his third and make the score six nil.
  But the defiant Musslemen had the last word. With ten minutes remaining Cai Owen limped off and with City down to ten men Conwy netted from a corner kick to make the final score six one.
  So more answers than worries for Bangor who continue their fine form in this first fixture of 2017.

Caio Hywel rises highest and heads for goal
Photos with thanks to Bangor City



BANGOR CITY


1
 Antoni Sarnowski
2
 Cai Owen
3
 Harry Hughes
4
 Caio Hywel
5
 Guto Williams
6
 Ifan Emlyn Jones
7
 Harry Galeotti
8  Deegan Booton
9
 Sam Jones
10
 Shaun Cavanagh
11
 Alex Boss
SUBSTITUTES
12
  Gruff Owen
(68) for Harry Galeotti
14
 Meredydd Derbyshire
(68 for Deegan Booton
15
 Adam Evans
(60) for Sh Cavanagh
16
 Leon Jones GK

 




14 4 December 2016
  Bangor City 7 v 2 Flint Town  WP Under 19 League

WP Under 19 League
Bangor City 7 v 2 Flint Town

  Bangor battered fifth placed Flint with Sion Bradley scoring four in a seven goal rampage.
  The sky was clear but the temperature low at Nantporth as City went about their work against the young Silkmen.
 
After being kept a bay by the visitors City finally took the lead on the half hour as right back Cai Owen fired home for his first goal of the season.
  As half time approached Sam Jones doubled the lead to send the Citizens in with a two nil advantage at the interval.
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Half Time
Bangor City 2 v 0 Flint Town

  Bangor carried on in similar vein in the second period with a couple of penalties conceded by the Flint rearguard.
  The first was taken by Cai Owen but well saved by the bearded glovesman. But moments later the scene was slightly different as Sion Bradley took over the spot kick duties and put Bangor three nil ahead.
  There was still life in the visitors and they scored next through their centre forward who raced through to get the better of Leon Jones.
  But the next name on the scoresheet was Sion Bradley who rounded the Flint 'keeper to make it four one for City with twenty minutes left to play.
  It was five one just three minutes later, a hatrick strike from the lively Sion Bradley who cut in from the left to fire home for a five one advantage.
  There were more to come as Sion Bradley netted his fourth on eighty minutes to take his tally for the season to thirteen, one behind Shaun Cavanagh.
  Finally for Bangor substitute Alex Boss made it seven one two minutes from time but the young visitors had the last word with their second of the afternoon in the closing minutes to make it 7-2 at the final whistle.




BANGOR CITY


1
 Leon Jones
2
 Cai Owen
3
 Harry Hughes
4
 Adam Pritchard
5
 Guto Williams
6
 Ifan Emlyn Jones
7
 Harry Galeotti
8  Deegan Booton
9
 Sam Jones
10
 Gethin Thomas
11
 Sion Bradley
SUBSTITUTES
12
 Gruff Owen
(60 for Cai Owen
14
 Alex Boss
(48) for Sam Jones
15
 Adam Evans
(80) for Gethin Thomas








12 27 November 2016
  Bangor City 4 v 3 Rhyl   WP Under 19 League

WP Under 19 League
Bangor City 4 v 3 Rhyl

  Bangor eventually came out on top in this seven goal thriller against coast rivals Rhyl.
  But they were pushed all the way by the young Lilywhites who contributed to an entertaining game.

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Half Time
Bangor City 3 v ? Rhyl

  Bangor


BANGOR CITY


1
 Antoni Sarnowski
2
 Cai Owen
3
 Meredydd Derbyshire
4
 Guto Williams
5
 Adam Pritchard
6
 Deegan Booton
7
 Gethin Thomas
8  Harry Hughes
9
 Sam Jones
10
 Shaun Cavanagh
11
 Sion Bradley
SUBSTITUTES
12
 Gruff Owen
14
 Adam Evans











12 20 November 2016
Bangor City 3 v 1 Airbus UK FAW Youth Cup
FAW Welsh Youth Cup
Bangor City 3 v 1 Airbus
   
  Bangor
swept Airbus aside to reach the Fourth Round of the Welsh Youth Cup with leading goalscorer Shaun Cavanagh notching a hatrick.
 
City were soon into the attack as Sion Bradley forced a good save from the visitors goalkeeper which was turned away for a corner. 
 
But two minutes later, on 25, it was advantage Bangor as Shaun Cavanagh broke the deadlock with a well flighted freekick.
  Next Sion Bradley went close once again as he turned in the box but lifted his shot over.
  Then goalscorer Cavanagh hit the frame of the goal after good approach play from winger Harry Galeotti. But Airbus fired a warning shot which hit the crossbar after blues goalkeeper Antoni Sarnowski had done well to keep out an intiial effort.
  Four minutes from the interval Airbus drew level through ### but scarce had the visitors celebrations died down than City were in front once more.
  The menacing Harry Galeotti fired low into the bottom corner to make sure it was the home side who lead at half time.

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Half Time
Bangor City 2 v 1 Airbus UK

  The second half began more sedately than the first had ended but on the hour mark a half chance for City as
Sion Bradley made space for himself in the visitors box but dragged his shot wide.
  With ten minutes left a change for City as Gethin Thomas replaced Deegan Booton.
  Then on 83 minutes a clean first time strike from leading goalscorer Shaun Cavanagh fromCai Owens pass put City three one ahead.
  Two minutes into added time and the visiting goalkeeper fouled Sam Jones.  Shaun Cavanagh stepped up to complete his hatrick from the penalty spot and City were through to the fourth round.
  Well done!



BANGOR CITY


1
 Antoni Sarnowski
2
 Cai Owen
3
 Harry Hughes
4
 Adam Pritchard
5
 Guto Williams
6
 Deegan Booton
7
 Harry Galeotti
8  Ifan Emlyn Jones
9
 Sam Jones
10
 Shaun Cavanagh
11
 Sion Bradley
SUBSTITUTES
12
 Meredydd Derbyshire
14
 Gethin Thomas (80)
 for Deegan Booton
15
 Adam Evans
16
 Gruff Owen






11 13 November 2016
  Cefn Druids 0 v 5 Bangor City   WP Under 19 League

WP Under 19 League
Cefn Druids 0 v 5 Bangor City

  Bangor continued their fine form on the road with an emphatic win at The Rock against Cefn Druids.
  And they did so despite being frustrated by their hosts in a goalless first period.
 
The closest City came to breaking the deadlock in the first half was a header from Shaun Cavanagh following some good approach play down the left involving Harry Hughes and Sion Bradley but Josh Williams in the Druids goal was untroubled.
 
The best the young Druids could manage were some long range efforts which scarcely worried blues goalkeeper Sarnowski.
  So a rare goalless first half for City on the artificial surface at The Rock.
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Half Time
Cefn Druids 0 v 0 Bangor City

  Bangor found their shooting boots in the second period and swept aside the home resistance on Remembrance Sunday.
  Seven minutes after the restart Sion Bradley raced through the Druids defence to fire a low shot beyond the diving goalkeeper.
  On 62 minutes Harry Galeotti crossed from the left for Shaun Cavanagh to double the Bangor lead.
  Then eight minutes later it was Sion Bradley's turn to cross for Shaun Cavanagh to make it three nil.
  Fifteen minutes from time Meredydd Derbyshire replaced Gethin Thomas and flying winger Harry Galeotti made it four nil for the young blues. With a little over ten minutes left two more changes for City as Gruff Owen came on for Cai Owen and Alex Boss replaced goalscorer Sion Bradley.
  There was still time for one more Bangor goal and it duly came two minutes from time thanks to Sam Jones who netted his fourth of the season to seal a tremendous second half display.




BANGOR CITY


1
 Antoni Sarnowski
2
 Cai Owen
3
 Harry Hughes
4
 Guto Williams
5
 Adam Pritchard
6
 Deegan Booton
7
 Harry Galeotti
8  Gethin Thomas
9
 Sam Jones
10
 Shaun Cavanagh
11
 Sion Bradley
SUBSTITUTES
12
 Meredydd Derbyshire
 
(75) for Gethin Thomas
14
 Math Roberts
15
 Adam Evans
16
 Alex Boss (79)
 for Sion Bradley
17
 Gruff Owen (78)
 for Cai Owen





10 6 November 2016
Porthmadog 0 v 9 Bangor City WP Under 19 League

WP Under 19 League
Porthmadog 0 v 9 Bangor City

  Bangor were hot favourites to beat bottom of the table Porthmadog and duly ran out emphatic winners at The Traeth.
  And they did so thanks to a four goal blast from midfielder Jamie Roberts.
 
City were soon on the atack and a foul on Sam Jones on nine minutes resulted in a penalty which Shaun Cavanagh converted.
  The action then centred on midfield maestro Jamie Roberts who scored on the 13th minute to double the advantage, followed five minutes later by Sion Bradley who made it three nil.
   Anglesey based Jamie Roberts then scored three in a row 20, 39 and 42 minutes to leave the hosts reeling and send Bangor in five nil to the good at half time despite the wet and slippery conditions.
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Half Time
Porthmadog 0 v 6 Bangor City

  Things scarcely got any better for the Port youngsters and as the game moved on City added three for more despite making a number of changes.
  The first change came five minutes after the restart as Jamie Roberts made way for Math Roberts.
  To give them credit the home side held out for half an hour of the second period but with twelve minutes left to go it was 6-0 as Math Roberts latched onto a Shaun Cavanagh pass to score his first goal for City at this level.
  It was now time for the defenders to join in the scoring as first Caio Hywel (on 52 minutes) and then partner in crime Adam Pritchard (on 56) who made it eight and then nine nil respectively.
  On the hour mark a second change as Adam Evans came on for Sion Bradley and finally with fifteen minutes to go Mark Dunn replaced Sam Jones.
  Another fantastic result for the young blues who with nine league games played have 20 points, just one behind Connahs Quay and two off table toppers The New Saints.




BANGOR CITY


1
 Antoni Sarnowski
2
 Cai Owen
3
 Deegan Booton
4
 Caio Hywel
5
 Adam Pritchard
6
 Ifan Emlyn Jones
7
 Harry Galeotti
8  Jamie Roberts
9
 Sam Jones
10
 Shaun Cavanagh
11
 Sion Bradley
SUBSTITUTES
12
 Adam Evans (60)
 for Sion Bradley
14
 Math Roberts (50)
 for Jamie Roberts
16
 Gethin Thomas
17
 Meredydd Derbyshire
18
 Mark Dunn (75)
 for Sam Jones





9 30 October 2016
Bangor City 4 v 4 Connahs Quay FAW Youth Cup

FAW Welsh Youth Cup
Bangor City 4 v 4 Connahs Quay
(Bangor won 5-4 on penalties)
   
  Bangor
had to fight to the very last to beat Connahs Quay who must have thought they were threw to the next round as they led 4-2 into added time.
  But the neversaydie attitude of the young blues against the highly rated Nomads saw them draw level, play out another thirty minutes of extra time, and then win through on penalties.
 
City led two one at the interval as Jamie Roberts opened the scoring in the first minute and Sam Jones added a second midway through the first half.
  The Connahs Quay goal was scored by Jake Jones.
  So far so good.
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Half Time
Bangor City 2 v 1 Connahs Quay

  But the second half was a different story.
  Two minutes after the restart Ifan Emlyn Jones had to be replaced by Deegan Booton and on the hour mark Alex Boss came on in place of Sion Bradley.
  Unhappily though it was visitors Connahs Quay who scored three times without reply as City struggled to stay in the game.
  The Nomads goals came thanks to a brace from Conor Harwood either side of a strike from Tom Bridges.
  Going into added time the scoreline stood at 4-2 to the Nomads and City seemed down and out. But a determined late charge led by Jamie Roberts who netted his second of the game - the first moments after kick off - to close the gap to 4-3.
  And then against all odds substitute Alex Boss levelled the scores in the fifth minute of added time to plunge the match into 30 minutes of extra time.
  There was no score in the added half hour which meant the dreaded penalty shoot out.
  After goalkeeper Antoni Sarnowski saved the opening penalty from Connahs Quay it was up to the blues to keep their heads, which in due course Harry Galeottie, Adam Pritchard, Alex Boss anbd Shaun Cavanagh all did which set up Jamie Roberts who netted the fifth to see City through.
  And as it turned out for a home date with Airbus in the next round.



BANGOR CITY


1
 Antoni Sarnowski
2
 Gethin Thomas
3
 Harry Hughes
4
 Guto Williams
5
 Adam Pritchard
6
 Ifan Emlyn Jones
7
 Harry Galeotti
8  Jamie Roberts
9
 Sam Jones
10
 Shaun Cavanagh
11
 Sion Bradley
SUBSTITUTES
12
 Alex Boss (63)
 for Sion Bradley
14
 Deegan Booton (47)
 for Ifan Emlyn Jones
15
 Adam Evans
16
 Gruff Owen
20
 Leon Jones





8 23 October 2016
Bangor City 8 v 1 Newtown WP Under 19 League

WP Under 19 League
Bangor City 8 v 1 Newtown

  Bangor tore into visitors Newtown from the offset, went ahead in the first minute, and never looked back.
  And the start of the show for City was Sam Jones whose four goal haul is a season's high for the young citizens.
 
The game was still in the opening minute when City went ahead through Sam Jones and it was the young marksman who went on to grab his second and third on the ninth and nineteenth minutes to give City a decisive advantage.
  Bangor pressed but Newtown resisted and it was not until the last minute before the interval that Harry Galeotti made it four nil.
  Time for a break and for the young visitors to clear their heads.
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Half Time
Bangor City 4 v ? Newtown

  The second half saw more of the same as Sam Jones netted his fourth of the game on 51 minutes but his hopes of adding to his tally where over as he was replaced by Adam Evans a minute later, with Deegan Booton coming on for Harry Galeotti.
  On 64 minutes Shaun Cavanagh added to the misery for the young Robins and a minute later it was seven nil as second half substitute Adam Evans got his name on the scoresheet.
  The eighth and final goal of the afternoon came on 67 minutes as Shaun Cavanagh grabbed his second and the following twenty or so minutes passed without City adding to their tally as the Newtown side fought bravely in difficult circumstances.
  So another win for City and a another freescoring performance from Dave Cavanagh's side.



BANGOR CITY


1
 Antoni Sarnowski
2
 Gethin Thomas
3
 Harry Hughes
4
 Caio Hywel
5
 Adam Pritchard
6
 Ifan Emlyn Jones
7
 Harry Galeotti
8  Guto Williams
9
 Sam Jones
10
 Shaun Cavanagh
11
 Sion Bradley
SUBSTITUTES
14
 Deegan Booton (52)
 for Harry Galleotti
15
 Adam Evans (52)
 for Sam Jones
16
 Leon Jones




7 16 October 2016
Airbus 3 v 3 Bangor City WP Under 19 League

WP Under 19 League
Airbus 3 v 3 Bangor City

  Bangor came back from Broughton with a point following their three all draw against Airbus UK.
  But the star of the show was Airbus youngster Lee Jones who scored a hatrick of set pieces to deny Bangor what would have been an impressive win.
  
And it was City who took the lead inside three minutes through Harry Galeotti who netted his third goal of the season.
  Bangor doubled their advantage as Guto Williams scored his first goal of the season.
  But The Planemakers were far from beaten and were awarded two penalties which were both converted by Lee Jones to level the scores before the interval.
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Half Time
Airbus 2 v 2 Bangor City

  The second half remained goalless until midfielder Jamie Roberts scored what seemed like the winner ten minutes from time.
  But Airbus had other ideas as set piece specliast Lee Jones scored direct from a freekick to level the scores and grab his hatrick into the bargain.
  Having led twice this must have felt more like two points dropped than one gained but nevertheless a point against one of the stronger sides in the league.



BANGOR CITY


1
 Antoni Sarnowski
2
 Caio Owen
3
 Harry Hughes
4
 Adam Prtichard
5
 Caio Hywel
6
 Ifan Emlyn Jones
7
 Harry Galeotti
8  Guto Williams
9
 Sion Bradley
10
 Alex Boss
11
 Jamie Roberts
SUBSTITUTES
15
 Adam Evans (75)
 for Guto Williams
17
 Gethin Thomas





6 25 September 2016
Bangor City 3 v 1 Llandudno WP Under 19 League

WP Under 19 League
Bangor City 3 v 1 Llandudno

  Bangor continued their impressive start to the new season with a convinving win over visitors Llandudno.
   And the start of the show was Sion Bradley whose hatrick separated the two teams.
  It was Bradley who went closest to breaking the deadlock with a shot which arched up into the arms of goalkeeper Lou Harris. Tudno defender McKenzie Slaven scrambled the ball off the line to deny City minutes later.
 
But Bangor were forced to wait until just before half time for their first goal.
  It was a calm finish following a shot on the turn from Sion Bradley which broke the deadlock with Llandudno feeling they were sure to go in level.
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Half Time
Bangor City 1 v 0 Llandudno

  The second half was eight minutes old when Llandudno goalkeeper Lou Harris brought down Alex Boss for a pernalty converted by Sion Bradley for his second of the afternoon.
  And within two minutes it was three nil.
  A combination involving fullback Cai Owen and winger Harry Galeotti down the right gave Sion Bradley a chance he was never going to spurn and a hatrick to celebrate.
  Midway through the half Llandudno pulled one back through Owain Jones to make the score three one and the young goalscorer shot wide when a chance to further reduce the deficit beckoned.
  But City ran out winners by three goals to one and maintained their fine start to the 2016-17 campaign.




BANGOR CITY


1
 Antoni Sarnowski
2
 Caio Owen
3
 Caio Hywel
4
 Adam Prtichard
5
 Harry Hughes
6
 Guto Williams
7
 Ifan Emlyn
8  Jamie Roberts
9
 Harry Galeotti
10
 Sion Bradley
11
 Alex Boss
SUBSTITUTES
12
 Sam Jones (68)
 for Alex Boss
14
 Guto Williams
15
 Adam Evans (74)
 for Harry Galeotti
16
 Curtis Cooper (68)
 
for Guto Williams




5 18 September 2016
Bangor City 3 v 1 Bala Town WP Under 19 League

WP Under 19 League
Bangor City 3 v 1 Bala Town

  Bangor had to much for visitors Bala despite falling behind to the Lakesiders in the earl stages of the game.
  
The opening goal came via a defensive mix up and ### pounced for Bala to grab a one nil lead.
  Just inside twenty minutes though City drew level through Alex Boss and a half time beckoned Jamie Roberts beat the Bala keeper with a well placed curler from the edge of the box.
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Half Time
Bangor City  v  Bala Town

  No changes for City at the interval.
  The second half passed without a goal until the closing minutes although both sides had chances.
  But with just seven minutes left on the clock Shaun Cavanagh settled the result and made sure the visitors would go home pointless.
   The only sour note for Bangor was an arm injury suffered by Alex Boss as he fell awkwardly in the final minutes of the match.
  He was replaced by young Adam Evans in the blues attack.





BANGOR CITY


1
 Leon Jones
2
 Harry Hughes
3
 Meredydd Derbyshire
4
 Caio Hywel
5
 Adam Pritchard
6
 Ifan Emlyn Jones
7
 Harry Galeotti
8  Alex Boss
9
 Shaun Cavanagh
10
 Jamie Roberts
11
 Sion Bradley
SUBSTITUTES
12
 Sam Jones (65)
 for Harry Galeotti
14
 Guto Williams
15
 Adam Evans (85)
 for Alex Boss
16
 Curtis Cooper (70)
 
for Jamie Roberts




4 11 September 2016
The New Saints 4 v 2 Bangor City WP Under 19 League

WP Under 19 League
The New Saints 4 v 2 Bangor City

  Bangor crashed to a first defeat of the season at Park Hall in a fixture which kicked off at 6pm to accommodate the Welsh Premier match between the two sides.
  
The hosts raced to an emphatic three nil interval lead thanks to a hatrick from Nantwich based academy youngster Jacob Farleigh who had scored on his first team debut against Rhyl a fortnight earlier.
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Half Time
The New Saints 3 v 0 Bangor City

  But all credit to the young blues who hit back twice to reduce the deficit through
 Alex Boss (pictured left) scored to make it three one.
  The three goal advantage was restored though via James Jones hearer but City kept plugging away and Shaun Cavanagh, who come on as a second half substitute for the first team hours earlier, got City's second.
  But that is how the scoreline stood as the referee blew his whistle for time.




BANGOR CITY


1
 Antoni Sarnowski
2
 Cai Owen
3
 Caio Hywel
4
 Adam Pritchard
5
 Meredydd Derbyshire
6
 Ifan Emlyn Jones
7
 Harry Galeotti
8  Shaun Cavanagh
9
 Alex Boss
10
 Adam Evans
11
 Sion Bradley
SUBSTITUTES
12

14

15





3 4 September 2016
Connahs Quay 1 v 3 Bangor City WP Under 19 League

WP Under 19 League
Connahs Quay 1 v 3 Bangor City

  Bangor won against highly rated Connahs Quay.
  
The goals were scored by Harry Galeotti and debutant Sam Jones
who grabbed a brace on his first appearance.

PHOTO CREDITS BANGOR CITY
Half Time
Connahs Quay  v  Bangor City

 




BANGOR CITY


1
 Antoni Sarnowski
2
 Cai Owen
3
 Meredydd Derbyshire
4
 Caio Hywel
5
 Adam Pritchard
6
 Ifan Emlyn Jones
7
 Harry Galeotti
8  Gethin Williams
9
 Shaun Cavanagh
10
 Sion Bradley
11
 Harry Hughes
SUBSTITUTES
12
 Gwion Williams (87)
 for Sion Bradley
14
 Sam Jones (60)
 for Harry Hughes
15
 Guto Williams (79)
 for Gethin Williams
16
 Gruff Owen
17
 Leon Jones




2 28 August 2016
Bangor City 9 v 0 Conwy Borough WP Under 19 League

WP Under 19 League
Bangor City 9 v 0 Conwy Borough

  Bangor thrashed hapless Conwy on the Nantporth 3g and led the match from start to finish.
  
The important first goal came from recent Welsh Premier debutant Sion Bradley in the opening minutes of the game, with Shaun Cavanagh making it 2-0 from a freekick.
  On the half hour another recent first team debutant Alex Boss made it three nil and all but ended the match as a contest. However that did not stop the the young blues who netted further first half goals from midfield "veteran" Ifan Emlyn Jones, newcomer Adam Evans and winger Harry Galeotti before the half time whistle blew for a six nil interval lead.
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Half Time
Bangor City 6 v 0 Conwy Borough

  The pattern of the match continued after the restart as Shaun Cavanagh got his second from the penalty spot on fifty minutes after Sion Bradley had been fouled in the box.
  As the hour mark approached Sion Bradley also got his second to make it eight nil.
  After a more even second period it fell to the pacey
Alex Boss to secure his brace with a late final strike to take the scoreline to nine nil.
  There was a worrying knee injury to Conwy youngster Jack Gardener, good luck for a full and speedy recovery.




BANGOR CITY


1
 Antoni Sarnowski
2
 Cai Owen
3
 Caio Hywel
4
 Adam Pritchard
5
 Meredydd Derbyshire
6
 Ifan Emlyn Jones
7
 Harry Galeotti
8  Shaun Cavanagh
9
 Alex Boss
10
 Adam Evans
11
 Sion Bradley
SUBSTITUTES
12
 Matthew Roberts
14
 Gethin Thomas
15
 Gethin Williams





1 21 August 2016
Flint 2 v 2 Bangor City  WP Under 19 League

WP Under 19 League
Flint Town 2 v 2 Bangor City

  Champions Bangor drew their opening fixture of the 2016-17 Development North League at Flint Town United.
 
The Bangor goalscorers were Shaun Cavanagh and Adam Evans.



BANGOR CITY


1
 Leon Owen
2
 Cai Owen
3
 Caio Hywel
4
 Tom Scorer
5
 Harry Hughes
6
 Gruff Owen
7
 Ifan Emlyn Jones
8  Jamie Roberts
9
 Harry Galeotti
10
 Shaun Cavanagh
11
 Gwion John
SUBSTITUTES
12
 Gethin Thomas
14
 Meredydd Derbyshire
15
 Adam Evans