BANGOR 1876 MATCH REPORTS 2019-20


MATCH REPORT ARCHIVE












2018-19



24
11 January 2020
Bangor  1876
7
v
0
 Ogwen Tigers
Gwynedd League
-
  Colours
  Blue
  SCORERS
 Sion Parry 4
 Dylan Summers Jones 2
 Benn Lundstram


  Man of The Match
 Sion Parry
 Match Official


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 Bangor 1876 Y
R


















R
Y
Ogwen Tigers

1  Leon Jones




Shane Owen.
1
19
 Matthew Lock



Leon Owen.
2
3
 Shaun Lock




Tomos Jones. 3
4
 Ben Owen




Kieron Bullock. 4
12
 Sion Parry




Gethin Parry. 5
6
 Cian Williams




Alex Griffiths. 6
7
 Jamie Petrie




Reece Thompson. 7
8
 Cameron Barry




Colin Ball. 8
14
 Benn Lundstram




Adrian Roberts. 9
10
 Luke Steele




Tom Eames. 10
11
 Dylan Summers Jones




Kyle Hartleb. 11
        substitutessubstitutessubstitutessubstitutes substitutessubstitutessubstitutessubstitutes        
18
 Danial Williams GK


Mensie Farrington (78) for  3   Jones. 12
2
 Harry Jones (45) for  14   Lundstram Sion Bullock (54) for  9   Roberts. 16
15
  Ryan Pope (60) for  10   Steele Marc Wilson (44) for  7   Thompson. 17
17
 Dafydd Thomas (53) for  12   Parry

16










-

  Colours
  Yellow
  SCORERS
 




  Man of The Match
 
 Official Attendance

000


  Bangor maintained their fine winning run as recent signing Sion Parry led the way with four goals in a seven nil rout of visitors Ogwen Tigers.
  But the dominant force at Treborth was the wind and rain which soaked all and sundry, players and spectators alike.
 
Leading goalscorer Dylan Summers Jones hit the woodwork twice before Bangor made the breakthrough on sixteen minutes.
  Visting goalkeeper Shane Owen did well to deny Summers Jones but this time Sion Parry was on hand to tap in.
 
Five minutes later Sion Parry beat Owen again, this time with a shot from the edge of the box, to double the blues advantage.
  Next up the fit again Luke Steele crashed a powerful twenty yarder against the crossbar as Bangor looked to put the match beyond the reach of the Tigers.
  And on 36 minutes they did just that as Benn Lundstram converted a cross from Jamie Petrie to make it three nil and round off an impressive first half display.
  So a comfortable half time lead for the Bangor side.



HALF TIME 3-0


  One change at the interval as goalscorer Lundstram made way for Harry Jones.
  With only two minutes played after the restart Tremadoc based Sion Parry notched his hatrick to make it four nil for Bangor.
  Three minutes later Sion Parry bagged his fourth and Bangor's fifth with a shot from eighteen yards.  Two minutes further on and Dylan Summers Jones extended his incredible goalscoring run to make it nine consecutive games he has scored in with a clean left footed strike.
  Moments later four goal Sion Parry made way for Dafydd Thomas and left the field to a well deserved ovation from the home fans.
  Substitute Thomas had the ball in the back of the net but celebrations were cut short by an offside flag.
  However on 84 minutes Dylan Summers Jones made it seven nil with a close range finish for his 37th goal of the season.
  A fine win for Bangor in difficult conditions and words of praise too for the home faithful who variously stood and sat in the rain to support the blues.
  So an another win for Bangor made all the more important with the news that chief rivals Trearddur Bay had also won.


FINAL SCORE 7-0



23
6 January 2020
Bangor  1876
4
v
0
 Waunfawr
Gwynedd League
-
  Colours
  Red
  SCORERS
 Cian Williams
 Les Davies
 Dylan Summers Jones
 Sion Parry

  Man of The Match
 Cian Williams
 Match Official


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 Bangor 1876 Y
R


















R
Y
Waunfawr

1  Leon Jones




Rhys Jones.
1
19
 Matthew Lock



Aled Pritchard.
2
3
 Shaun Lock




Dylan Hughes. 3
4
 Ben Owen




Osian Glyn. 4
5
 Michael Johnston




Rhys Davies. 5
6
 Cian Williams




Ioan Gwynedd. 6
7
 Jamie Petrie




Meurig Parry. 7
8
 Cameron Barry




Jac Evans. 8
9
 Les Davies




Shaun Roberts. 9
10
 Dylan Williams




Guto Llywellyn. 10
11
 Dylan Summers Jones




Elis Povey. 11
        substitutessubstitutessubstitutessubstitutes substitutessubstitutessubstitutessubstitutes        
18
 Danial Williams GK





12
12
 Benn Lundstram
13
14
  Sion Parry (45) for  5   Johnston
14
15
 Ryan Pope (64) for  4   Owen

16
16









-

  Colours
  Blue
  SCORERS
 




  Man of The Match
  Rhys Jones
 Official Attendance

000


  Bangor extended their lead at the top of the Gwynedd League with a comfortable victory over Caernarfon based visitors Waunfawr at Treborth on Monday night.
  And they did so despite playing this home fixture in red against their blue clad visitors.
 
Young Dylan Sumers Jones sent a warning shot - or header - narrowly wide in the opening minutes but with ten gone the home siide took the lead.
  After Shaun Lock saw his high lofted cross strike the crossbar predatory centreback Cian Williams potted the loose ball before anyone else to react.
  On 25 minutes Bangor doubled their advantage.
  After a composed passing move which involved several of the team, Matt Lock crossed left footed from the right  for big Les Davies to glance his header home from six yards.
  The best change for the Foryd visitors saw the unfortunate forward lift the ball over the bar from close range.
  And on the stroke of half time he was made to pay as Dylan Summers Jones controlled the ball and fired past glovesman Rhys Jones on the turn from eight yards.
  That was the eighth game in a row the young marksman has been on target.
  So a comfortable half time lead for the Bangor side.



HALF TIME 3-0


  One change at the interval as Michael Johnston made way for new arrival Sion Parry.
  After a period of frustration for the home supporters - when Waunfawr stood firm - the hosts got back into characteristic style and created more openings as the half progressed.
  Matt Lock and goalscorer Summers Jones both going close, the latter denied by a fine save from the visiting keeper.
  Next to try his luck was Dylan Williams with a shot from the edge of the box but the acrobatic glovesman proved defiant once again.
  With just two minutes left on the clock a fourth goal arrived.
  This time courtesy of new signing Sion Parry who chased a high ball down the middle, saw the flight deceive a Waunfawr defender, and despite his first effort being blocked by the out rushing goakeeper, kept his nerve to lift the ball home from eighteen yards.
  So an important win for Bangor who tighten their grip at the top of the table despite the games coming thick and fast.


FINAL SCORE 4-0



22
4 January 2020
Glantraeth
0
v
4
 Bangor 1876
Gwynedd League
-

  Colours
  Grey
  SCORERS
 



  Man of The Match
  A
 Match Official

Arwel Jones
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 Glantraeth Y
R


















R
Y
Bangor 1876

1




Danial Williams.
1
2





Harry Jones. 2
3





Shaun Lock. 3
4





Ben Owen.
4
5





Michael Johnston. 5
6





Cian Williams. 6
7





Jamie Petrie. 7
8





Cameron Barry. 8
9





Les Davies. 9
10





Dylan Williams. 10
11





Dylan Summers Jones. 11
        substitutessubstitutessubstitutessubstitutes substitutessubstitutessubstitutessubstitutes        
12





Leon Jones GK  13
14

Ryan Pope (64) for  10  Williams. 12
15





Sion Parry (71) for  Johnston. 14
16



Benn Lundstram (11) for  11  S-Jones. 15
17
 



.
16


-

  Colours
  Blue & White
  SCORERS
 Michael Johnston
 Dylan Summers Jones
 Jamie Petrie
 Ben Owen
  Man of The Match
 
 Official Attendance

250


  Another big win for Bangor, back on Anglesey for a meeting with Glantraeth at Bodorgan, a case of where it all began for blues talisman Les Davies.
  But the unlikely hero upfront for Bangor once again was captain Michael Johnston who scored the opening goal.

  That opener came inside nine minutes.
  Cameron Barry's corner from the right was sent back to him for the tall midfielder to calmly centre deep into the home box where Michael Johnston controlled and smashed the ball home from six yards out to the delight of the travelling blues.
  On 21 minutes it was two nil to Bangor.
  Goalkeeper Dan Williams confidently claimed a corner before picking out Jamie Petrie on the half way line with a controlled clearance. He in turn lifted the ball towards the edge of the box where hesitation in the home defence allowed Dylan Summers Jones to nip and prod the ball past the Glan goalkeeper. This makes it seven games in row the young striker has scored in as he heads the Bangor goalscorer charts with 34 goals in early January.
  Moments later provider Petrie was confident he had made it three nil for the visitors but an offside flag cut short the celebrations.
  On the half hour Glantraeth striker Bradley Bland tested young goalkeeper Williams but he passed with a fine save.
  With Bangor looking dangerous home coming king Les Davies was denied when he headed over from inside the six yard area.
  So a two goal lead for Bangor on a bright sunny Bodorgan afternoon.



HALF TIME 0-2

  No changes at the interval.
  The first chance of the second period fell to leading goalscorer Summers Jones but his effort hit the crossbar.
  But on 52 minutes the third goal arrived.
  The ball broke to Les Davies on the left. His dipping cross was chested down and tucked away by Jamie Petrie from eight yards out.
  On 64 minutes new signing Ryan Pope made his Bangor debut as he replaced Dylan Williams who had impressed upon his return from injury. Seven minutes later fellow newcomer Sion Parry replaced Michael Johnston to a warm ovation all round.
  And on 72 minutes it was four nil as midfielder Ben Owen crashed home the lose ball after Parry had been blatantly uphended by the Glantraeth goalkeeper.
  Bangor continued to press in the closing stages but could not add to their tally.
  A third important victory for Bangor on Anglesey in quick succession to keep the title charge on course, in particular with chief rivals Treaddur Bays losing at Talysarn Celts to leave 1876 five points clear with two games in hand.
 
Scenic setting - photo with thanks to Mared Rhys
FINAL SCORE 0-4



21
30 December 19
Bangor  1876
13
v
2
 Bontnewydd
Gwynedd League
-
  Colours
  Blue & White
  SCORERS
 Dylan Summers Jones 5
 Les Davies 3
 Matthew Lock
 Jamie Petrie/Cameron Barry
 Luke Steele/Benn Lundstram
  Man of The Match
  Dylan Summers Jones
 Match Official


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 Bangor 1876 Y
R


















R
Y
Bontnewydd

1  Leon Jones




Ethan Carter.
1
2
 Harry Jones




Rhys Lovell.
2
19
 Matthew Lock




Matthew Roberts. 3
3
 Shaun Lock




Arwel Pleming. 4
4
 Ben Owen




Cai Williams. 5
5
 Michael Johnston




Ellis Thomas. 6
7
 Jamie Petrie




Tomos Jones. 7
8
 Cameron Barry




Josh Roberts. 8
9
 Les Davies




Cai Penny Williams. 9
10
 Dafydd Thomas




Josh Roberts. 10
11
 Dylan Summers Jones




Josh Williams. 11
        substitutessubstitutessubstitutessubstitutes substitutessubstitutessubstitutessubstitutes        
18
 Danial Williams GK




Sion Jones (24) for  Pleming. 12
12
 Benn Lundstram (53) for  19  Lock Arwyn Edwrads (76) for  Williams. 13
14
  Luke Steele (78) for  4   Owen Gwion Rowlands. 14
15
 
Sion Thomas. 16
16





Dion Davies.


-

  Colours
  Red
  SCORERS
  Matthew Roberts 2




  Man of The Match
  Matthew Roberts
 Official Attendance

440


  Bangor regained top spot in the Gwynedd League with a resounding 13-2 win over Caernarfon area visitors Bontnewydd at Treborth.
  And before a crowd of 440 it was young marksman Dylan Summers Jones who led the way with a five goal haul.
 
But the evening began in sombre tone as all present stood in silence in memory of Louisa Shooman who had sadly died over the Christmas period.
  After a guard of honour for Sgorio's player of the decade Les Davies play got underway and Bangorneeded only seven minutes to take the lead.
  Dylan Summers Jones regathered a lose ball to cross low from the right for Matthew Lock to tap home from close range.
  Three minutes later Dylan Summers Jones doubled the lead when he latched onto a long clearance upfield from Michael Johnston to chip the ball into the empty net with the goalkeeper well off his line.
  On 22 minutew it was three nil for the home side as Dylan Summers Jones ran to the left before sliding home beyond a despairing Ethan Carter. Moments earlier the visitors nearly halved the deficit but were denied by the upright.
  On 36 minutes Dylan Summers Jones secured his hatrick as he headed home from six yards following a perfect cross from strike partner Les Davies.
  With literally a minute left to play in the first half Bangor made it five nil.
  Jamie Petrie was twice involved in a move down the right before the ball broke to Les Davies on the edge of the box. His low left footer found the bottom corner with Carter once more forlorn.
  So an emphatic first half display by the free scoring blues.



HALF TIME 5-0


  No changes at the interval.
  Seven minutes after the restart Jamie Petrie got in on the scoring with a close range finish from Dylan Summers Jones low cross from the right.
  After a period of relative calm Bangor extended their lead to seven with reply on 69 mintes as midfielder Cameron Barry tapped home another right wing cross, this time from substitute Benn Lundstram.
  But two minutes later Bontnewydd proved they were still alive and kicking as they won a penalty converted by left back Matthew Roberts.
  However four minutes later, on 75, Bangor responded with a second goal from Les Davies who stooped slightly to head home another right wing cross, this time from courtesey a fine overlapping run from Michael Johnston.
  But four minutes more and another Bontnewydd penalty again converted copycat style by Matthew Roberts who again sent goalkeeper Leon Jones down the wrong way to make the overall score eight two.
  Within a minute it was nine for Bangor as Dylan Summers Jones was sent clear by Les Davies to drill beyond Carter at his near post.
  And on 86 Les Davies notched his hatrick to make it ten two as he chested down a Shaun Lock freekick before crashing home from eight yards.
  On 87 and 89 minutes there were further close range finishes for substitutes Luke Steele and Benn Lundstram for goals eleven and twelve as Bontnewydd wilted under the unrelenting pressure.
  In added time the final blow was struck by Dylan Summers Jones who grabbed his fifth of the evening and thirteenth overall with a calm close range finish from the left.
  So Bangor regained their position at the top of the table with the final fixture of 2019. Two points above Trearddur Bay with two games in hand..


FINAL SCORE 13-2



20
21 December 19
Bangor  1876
6
v
0
 Llanystumdwy
Gwynedd League
-
  Colours
  Blue & White
  SCORERS
 Benn Lundstram
 Michael Johnston
 Shaun Lock
 Dylan Summers Jones
 Jamie Petrie/Ben Owen
  Man of The Match
 Cameron Barry
 Match Official


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 Bangor 1876 Y
R


















R
Y
Llanystumdwy

1  Leon Jones




Carl Williams.
1
2
 Dafydd Thomas




Dafydd Jones.
2
19
 Matthew Lock




Karl Antoniazzi. 3
3
 Shaun Lock




Guto Roberts. 4
4
 Ben Owen




Kyle Williams. 5
5
 Michael Johnston




Sion Pierce. 6
7
 Jamie Petrie




Mark Godfrey. 7
8
 Cameron Barry




Owen Pritchard. 8
9
 Les Davies




Iwan Lloyd. 9
10
 Benn Lundstram



Darren Parry. 10
11
 Dylan Summers Jones




Ellis Bryn. 11
        substitutessubstitutessubstitutessubstitutes substitutessubstitutessubstitutessubstitutes        
18
 Danial Williams GK




Ben Coats (69) for  Godfrey. 12
12
 Cian Williams (82) for  Johnston Dylan Parry. 13
14
  Harry Jones (57) for  Lock Myles Larkins (82) for  Lloyd. 14
15
 Luke Steele
Richard Evans. 16
16









-

  Colours
  Blue & Yellow
  SCORERS
 




  Man of The Match
 
 Official Attendance

000


  Bangor hit visitors Llanystumdwy for six as they climbed above Trearddur Bay to the top of the Gwynedd League table.
  The most important day to be top of the league is the last of the season but this is a welcome boost the blues who trailed the island side due to a fixture backlog. Also worthy of note a well supported collection of food for the cathedral foodbank which took place before kick off an just a few days after a general election returned the Government responsible for this sad situation. Strange times.
 
The opening goal did not arrive until the 26th minute. Cameron Barry began the move before Dylan Summers Jones gained possession on the left. He in turn stayed wide before crossing to Benn Lundstram who shot home from close range with only the keeper to beat.
  On 34 minutes it was two nil as captain Michael Johnston nodded home near post from a Cameron Barry free kick crossed from the right. That's two in five games for the experienced defender.
  On the stroke of half time it was three nil as visitors goalkeeper Carl Williams was beaten by a clean low strike from Shaun Lock. The shot seemed to catch the glovesman wrongfooted and may have taken a deflection.
  So a comfortable lead for Bangor with their sights firmly on top spot at Christmas.



HALF TIME 3-0


  No changes at the interval.
  Almost immediately after the restart it was four nil.
  A long goalkick from Leon Jones was headed on by Benn Lundstram for Jamie Petrie who slid the ball through for Dylan Summers Jones to beat Williams in customary style.
  Just before the hour mark a first change for Bangor as Harry Jones replaced the scorer of the third goal Shaun Lock.
  Bangor fans had to wait until the 73rd minute for a fifth goal.
  This time the scorer was Jamie Petrie who latched onto Cameron Barry's through ball to stab the ball home from close range when Williams seemd to have it covered.
  Eight minutes from time warm applause for Michael Johnston as he made way for young Cian Williams.
  And as the final whistle approached a sixth goal came from midfielder Ben Owen whose shot deflected up into the net off the head of a visiting defender.
  So Bangor moved top of the table with a firm grip on the top position as the second half of the season comes into focus.


FINAL SCORE 6-0




19
14 December 19
Caergybi
0
v
6
 Bangor 1876
Gwynedd League
-

  Colours
  Grey
  SCORERS
 



  Man of The Match
  Ashley Beck
 Match Official

?
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 Caergybi Y
R


















R
Y
Bangor 1876

1  Kieran Weeks




Danial Williams.
1
2
 Kurt Harris




Dafydd Thomas. 2
3
 Ashley Beck




Shaun Lock. 3
4
 Colin Foley




Dylan Williams.
4
5
 Jordan Rowlands




Michael Johnston. 5
6
 Elliot Patterson




Cian Williams. 6
7
 Glenn North




Jamie Petrie. 7
8
 Nikolas Kontodios




Cameron Barry. 8
9
 Ian Williams




Les Davies. 9
10
 James Ryan




Benn Lundstram. 10
11
 Josh Evans




Dylan Summers Jones. 11
        substitutessubstitutessubstitutessubstitutes substitutessubstitutessubstitutessubstitutes        
12
 Jamie Kelly




Leon Jones GK  13
14
 Carl Lewis
Harry Jones (10) for  Williams. 12
15
 Adrian Riley




Luke Steele. 14
16
 Jamie Beck


Leon Owens. 15
17
 



Steff Taylor.
16


-

  Colours
  Blue & White
  SCORERS
 Jamie Petrie 2
 Dylan Summers Jones 2
 Cian Williams
 Benn Lundstram
  Man of The Match
 
 Official Attendance

000


  Back on the North West coast of windswept Anglesey Bangor 1876 faced the wind and determined opposition in the first half but swept to an emphatic win in the second.
  And they did so despite an early injury set back.

  The first incident those was bad news for Bangor who lost the experienced Dylan Williams with injury in the opening minutes. His place was taken by Harry Jones. City were forced to battle as the played into the teeth of a strong wind.
  But on fourteen minutes the visitors prospects improved markedly as they took the lead. Les Davies slid a freekick to the ever alert defender turned poacher Cian Williams and he shot beyond Caergybi goalkeeper Kieran Weeks from the right.
  Next big Les went close to getting his name on the scoresheet but the home keeper was able to claw away his twenty yarder.
  Before half time young Benn Lundstram also went close but again the acrobatic glovesman kept his effort out.
  With the home side enjoying a fair amount of possession and making the most of the wind Bangor were not able to add to to their tally before the half time whistle blasted.
  So a slender lead but with the advantage of the wind in the second period.



HALF TIME 0-1


  No changes at the interval.
  But the wind was now at Bangor's backs and the second half took on a totally different complexion.
  Six minutes after the restart the blues doubled their advantage and never looked back. Leading goalscorer Jamie Petrie netted from a right wing cross after having at the second attempt.
  On 66 minutes it was three nil as Benn Lundstram scored from Jamie Petrie's cross as Bangor asserted their authortiy against the tiring Holyhead side.
  The notable name missing from the scoresheet so far then got in on the action as Dylan Summers Jones fired home right footed from the edge of the box on 73 minutes. This was the 100th goal scored by the Treborth club this season.
  With ten minutes left to play Jamie Petrie got his second to make it five nil.
  And on the 89th minute with the ball seemingly trapped in the home sides box Dylan Summers Jones pounced to make it six nil and send Bangor to within a point of table toppers Trearddur with three games in hand.
  A second important victory for Bangor on Anglesey in quick succession to keep the title charge on course.
 
Goalmouth action - photo with thanks to Trefor Owen Caergybi FC
FINAL SCORE 0-6


18
7 December 2019
Trearddur Bay
1
v
2
 Bangor 1876
Gwynedd League
-

  Colours
  Grey
  SCORERS
 Iolo Jones



  Man of The Match
 
 Match Official

?
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 Trearddur Bay Y
R


















R
Y
Bangor 1876

1  Konner Druce




Leon Jones.
1
2
 John Jones




Dafydd Thomas. 2
3
 Tom Verbury




Matthew Lock. 3
4
 Hari Jones




Luke Steele.
4
5
 Mike Davies




Michael Johnston. 5
6
 Matty Roberts




Cian Williams. 6
7
 Hywel Jones




Jamie Petrie. 7
8
 Iolo Jones




Ben Owen. 8
9
 Justin Williams




Les Davies. 9
10
 Tom Hadley




Dylan Williams. 10
11
 Mark Hanblin




Dylan Summers Jones. 11
        substitutessubstitutessubstitutessubstitutes substitutessubstitutessubstitutessubstitutes        
12
 Gwion Owen (00) for  10  Hadley



Danial Williams GK  13
14
 Arwyn Williams (00) for  11  Hanblin
Shaun Lock (00) for  Thomas. 12
15





Luke Steele (00) for  Barry. 14
16



. 15
17
 



.
16


-

  Colours
  Blue & White
  SCORERS
 Dylan Summers Jones 2



  Man of The Match
 
 Official Attendance

000


  Bangor 1876 took a giant step towards the Gwynedd League league title with a decisive win at Treaddur Bay Bulls on Saturday afternoon.
  And the key man with both goals was Anglesey youngster Dylan Summers Jones whose importance to the side has grown as the season has progressed.

  The teenage striker began the season as a relative unknown alongside the likes of Les Davies and Jamie Petrie. But a flurry of goals have seen his status rise. Of course this is a team game and midfielder Dylan Williams as well as the two experienced front men have played a huge role in the youngster's development and the run of league wins.
  Playing into the wind Bangor were forced to defend but managed to break forward and open the scoring on 22 minutes.
  A goalkick from Konner Druce was intercepted and played to Les Davies who slid Dylan Summers Jones in on the left. He ran towards goal before finishing calmly from the left side of the Trearddur penalty area.
  Goalscorer Summers Jones went close to doubling the lead before Les Davies crashed the ball wide with a trademark clout.
  But on 44 minutes Bangor got the second goal they craved. A ball lifted down the left channel again fed a run from Dylan Summers Jones who raced in to finish with a carbon copy of his first effort.
  So a clear two goal lead for the blues with the wind at their backs in the second period.



HALF TIME 0-2


  No changes at the interval.
  Despite having the wind at their backs Bangor could not increase their lead and as the game went on it was the Anglesey side who threatened.
  With ten minutes left to play Trearddur were awarded a penalty which Iolo Jones converted to half the deficit and raise the hopes of a fightback amongst the home supporters.
  Fortunately for Bangor they were able to stand their ground and clinch a vital victory thanks to a Dylan Summers Jones brace and some fine late defending.
  This result sees City move four points behind table toppers Trearddur with four games in hand as Christmas, the nominal half way point of the seasos, beckons.
 


FINAL SCORE 1-2 



17
30 November 19
Bangor  1876
1
v
1
 Llanfairfechan
NWCFA
Junior Cup
-
  Colours
  Blue & White
  SCORERS
 Dylan Summers Jones 2
 Dylan Williams
 Jamie Petrie

  Man of The Match
 Dylan Summers Jones
 Match Official


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 Bangor 1876 Y
R


















R
Y
Llanfairfechan

1  Leon Jones




Barry Eccleston.
1
2
 Dafydd Thomas




Harry Croston.
2
3
 Shaun Lock




Rhys Griffiths. 3
4
 Ben Owen




Jamie Haggas. 4
5
 Matthew Lock




Lewis Mitchell. 5
6
 Cian Williams




Curtis Murrary. 6
7
 Jamie Petrie




Sion Deveruex. 7
8
 Cameron Barry




Meurig Evans. 8
9
 Benn Lundstram




Ryan Lewis. 9
10
 Dylan Williams




Cory James. 10
11
 Dylan Summers Jones




Ellis Jones. 11
        substitutessubstitutessubstitutessubstitutes substitutessubstitutessubstitutessubstitutes        
13
 Danial Williams GK




Tristan Jones. 12
12
 Luke Steele (59) for  Barry Iestyn Thomas  (89) for  11  Ellis. 14
14
 Steffan Taylor (108) for  Lock
Ryan Bourne (72) for  Haggas. 15
15
 
Ryan Pope (79) for  Lewis. 16
16






17


-

  Colours
 
  SCORERS
 Sion Devedreux



  Man of The Match
 
 Official Attendance

000


  Bangor finally overcame never say die opponents Llanfairfechan but needed extra time to book their place in the next round of the NWCFA Junior Cup.
  And as often before the names Summers Jones and Petrie were on the scorers list by the final whistle.
 
The home side were without the likes of Michael Johnston and Les Davies perhaps with one eye on the trip to Treaddur Bay a week later.
 
Bangor went ahead on eight minutes when Jamie Petrie passed to midfield general Dylan Williams who finished from the edge of the box.
  The experienced might have added a second five minutes later but could not quite find the target. The other chance of note for the blues fell to Jamie Petrie but the club's leading scorer saw his goalbound effort blocked.
  So a slender interval lead for the home side,



HALF TIME 1-0


  No changes at the interval.
  Young marksman Dylan Summers Jones went close a couple of times for Bangor but it was Llanfairfechan who netted to tie the scores.
  The goal came ten minutes after the restart as Sion Devereux headed home from an inviting freekick.
  Dylan Summers Jones was denied by the crossbar as he went closest for Bangor but it took a fine save from Leon Jones to keep the visitors out as they threatened minutes later.
  The final chance to settle the match in normal time came to Cian Williams but the young centreback fired over.
  At the final whistle both sides readied themselves for extra time.
Extra Time
  The two sides battled for a breakthrough which finally came via Dylan Summers Jones who cut in from the left to fire home right footed two minutes before the interval.
  And no sooner had the second period of added time got underway than the young goalscorer set up Jamie Petrie who needed no second invitation to put the game beyond the spirited visitors.
  Three minutes from the final whistle Dylan Summers Jones added his second of the afternoon to add some gloss to the scoreline and put a seal on a hard fought victory.

Dylan Summers Jones rises - photo with thanks to Event Photo Wales
FINAL SCORE  1-1 (4-1 AET)




16
16 November 19
Bangor  1876
13
v
0
 Llanystumdwy
Bob Owens
Memorial Shield
-
  Colours
  Blue & White
  SCORERS
 Jamie Petrie 3
 Dylan Summers Jones 3
 Les Davies 2
 Dylan Williams
 Shaun Lock, Michael Johnston
 Cian Williams Luke Steele
  Man of The Match
 Jamie Petrie
 Match Official


---------------------------------------------------------------Bangor 1876----------------------------------------------------------------

 Bangor 1876 Y
R


















R
Y
Llanystumdwy

1  Dan Williams




Carl Williams.
1
2
 Jamie Thomas





2
3
 Shaun Lock





3
4
 Luke Steele





4
5
 Michael Johnston





5
6
 Cian Williams





6
7
 Jamie Petrie





7
8
 Ben Owen





8
9
 Les Davies





9
10
 Dylan Williams





10
11
 Dylan Summers Jones





11
        substitutessubstitutessubstitutessubstitutes substitutessubstitutessubstitutessubstitutes        
13
 Leon Jones





12
12
 Louis McFarlane (79) for  Williams
14
14
 Leon Owens (70) for  D S Jones

15
15
 Cameron Barry (64) for  10  Williams
16
16






17


-

  Colours
  Blue & Yellow
  SCORERS




  Man of The Match
 
 Official Attendance

000


  Bangor smashed their way past visitors Llanystumdwy in the Bob Owens Memorial Sheld match at Treborth. And returned to winnng ways after successive cup defeats.
  And the goals which had both sets of fans caught up in the action soon began to arrive.
 
Bangor raced into the lead inside five minute as Jamie Petrie smashed home from eight yards out after a run and cross from Dafydd Thomas..
  On eleven minutes it was two nil as young Anglesey based striker Dylan Summers Jones rounded the goalkeeper to slot home calmly after a telling pass from Les Davies.
  On 19 minutes Dylan Williams made it three nil as the match quickly ended as a contest and on 33 minutes Dylan Summers Jones struck his second to put Bangor firmly in command with an hour still to play again off an Les Davies assist.
  The goals kept coming though and three minutes later Les Davies made space for himself to beat the 'keeper rght footed  from the edge of the box for a five nil advantage following a cross from the right from Jamie Petrie.
  And that was the end of the scoring for the first half with Bangor sitting comfortably on a five nil advantage.
  A straightforward half time team talk ahead for Mel and co..

Jamie Petrie closes in - photo with thanks to Kevin Owen Bangor 1876

HALF TIME 5-0


  No changes at the interval.
  The home side quickly picked up the pace of scoring to overwhelm the visitors in the second period.
  Four minutes after the restart left footer Shaun Lock let loose with a long range effort that flew into the back of the net. And two minutes later it was seven nil as leading goalscorer Jamie Petrie added to his opening goal of the afternoon from a Dylan Summers Jones pass..
  On the hour mark a first goal of the season for Michael Johnston who capitalised on some uncertainty in the visitors penalty area following a corner..
  Four minutes later a fifth hatrick of the season for the prolific Dylan Summers Jones made it nine nil and notched his hatrick before on 71 minutes defender Cian Williams popped up to score from close range and take the scoring to ten without reply.
  On 77 minutes Luke Steele crashed home from the penalty spot to make it eleven nil and three minutes it was twelve as Les Davies bagged his second off the crossbar.
  With one minute on the clock a hatrick for Jamie Petrie with a diving header to make it unlucky thirteen after some brave defending by Llan goalkeeper Williams had seen him out of his goal.
  So a return to winning ways for Bangor and another hatful of goals which takes the season's tally to ninety!
 

Dylan Summers Jones celebrates closes in - photo with thanks to Kevin Owen Bangor 1876
FINAL SCORE  13-0



15
9 November 2019
Bangor  1876
0
v
2
 Ruthin Town
The Welsh Cup
second round
-
  Colours
  Blue & White
  SCORERS




  Man of The Match
 Leon Jones
 Match Official

Arthur Smallman
---------------------------------------------------------------Bangor 1876----------------------------------------------------------------

 Bangor 1876 Y
R


















R
Y
Ruthin Town

1  Leon Jones




Ryan Goldston.
1
2
 Dafydd Thomas




Matt Evans. 2
3
 Shaun Lock




Adam Harvey Davies. 3
4
 Iwan Williams




Garmon Hafal.
4
5
 Michael Johnston




Kevin Evans. 5
6
 Cian Williams




Ilan Hughes. 6
7
 Jamie Petrie




Will Owen. 7
8
 Ben Owen




Osian Davies. 8
9
 Benn Lundstram




Llyr Morris. 9
10
 Dylan Williams




Dan Cox. 10
11
 Dylan Summers Jones




Rhys Davies. 11
        substitutessubstitutessubstitutessubstitutes substitutessubstitutessubstitutessubstitutes        
12
 Jamie Thomas (4) for  Williams



Dan Goldston GK.
17
13
 Danial Williams GK
Gwydion Ifan (65) for  Owen .
12
14
 Luke Steele
Tom Dyer (82) for  Harvey Davies. 14
15
 Leon Owens (82) for  Lundstram
David Finnie. 15
16
 Louis McFarlane (68) for  12  Thomas


Luke Appleby . 17


-

  Colours
  Red
  SCORERS
 Kevin Evans
 Llyr Morris


  Man of The Match
 Llyr Morris
 Official Attendance

407


  Bangor bowed out of the Welsh Cup at the Second Round stage against Cymru North visitors Ruthin Town.
  And the opponents from tier two against tier five Bangor justified their favourites tag with a goal in each half before a 400 strong crowd at Treborth.
 
Bangor were forced into a number of pre match team changes with defender Matthew Lock and Jos Lloyd injure, likewise midfielder Cameron Barry and up front big Les Davies ruled out by suspension. To make matters worse midfield replacement Iwan Williams was injured almost immediately and had to be replaced on four minutes by young Jamie Thomas.
  But before the match got underway there was an impeccably observed minute's silence in remembrance of those who died in conflict.
  Ruthin went close early on through Will Owen before blues midfielder Ben Owen shot wide from distance.
  The dangerous Owen forced Bangor glovesman Leon Jones into a good save on twenty five minutes but on the half hour the viistors had the advantage.
  A set piece delivery into the blues box was headed home cleanly by Kevin Evans for a deserved lead.
  Young strikers Benn Lundstram and Dylan Summers Jones worked hard to find an equaliser for Bangor but it was Ruthin who went close to adding a second as Rhys Davies sent a freekick arrowing on target but Leon Jones saved well.
  So half time deficit for Bangor and a tough task ahead against a discplined and purposeful Ruthin side.



HALF TIME  0-1


  No changes at the interval.
  The next goal would always prove significant and unfortunately for Bangor it was |Ruthin who scored thanks to the prolific striker Llyr Morris who beat the offside trap and goalkeeper Jones with a well placed effort.
  Morris epitomises the Ruthin club, a plyer who could doutbless double his money with a move to one of many local rivals but stays loyal and scores regularly.
  Twetny muinutes after the restart Benn Lundstram hit the target with a freekick but failed to trouble Ryan Goldston. Next Ruthin sent on Gwyddion Owen for Will Owen.
  Jamie Petrie saw a shot deflected behind for a corner moments after substitute Jamie Thomas was himself injured and forced off in favour of Louis McFarlane.
  Bangor were having a go and Ruthin were forced to defend but could rely on the ever dangerous Llyr Morris whose close control set up a chance denied only by Leon Jones.
  Left peg Shuan Lock was central to the Bangor threat with freekicks and his long throws but Goldston and his defence stood firm.
  And so for 1876 the cup run came to an end, time to contemplate on the league and of course several other cups!


FINAL SCORE 0-2




14
2 November 2019
Llanrwst
4
v
1
 Bangor 1876
NWCFA Cup
-

  Colours
  Red
  SCORERS
  Matt Mullender
  Sam Roberts
  og Johnston
  Callum Parry
  Man of The Match
 
 Match Official

?
---------------------------------------------------------------Bangor 1876----------------------------------------------------------------

 Llanrwst United Y
R


















R
Y
Bangor 1876

1  Gwyddion Owen




Leon Jones.
1
2
 Chris Nicholson




Matthew Lock. 2
3
 Matt Mullender




Shaun Lock. 3
4
 Sam Roberts




Dylan Williams.
4
5
 Chris Beardmore




Michael Johnston. 5
6
 Sam Ellis




Cian Williams. 6
7
 Tom Jones




Jamie Petrie. 7
8
 Leon Doran




Cameron Barry. 8
9
 Sam Jones




Les Davies. 9
10
 Leighton Griffiths




Dafydd Thomas. 10
11
 Callum Parry




Dylan Summers Jones. 11
        substitutessubstitutessubstitutessubstitutes substitutessubstitutessubstitutessubstitutes        
12
 Hedd Wyn Williams




Danial Williams GK  13
14
 Luke Roberts


Ben Owen (45) for  Petrie. 12
15
 Cynan Edwards




Luke Steele (71) for  Johnston. 14
16
 Aron Hughes


Benn Lundstram (65) for  Barry. 15
17
 



Iwan Williams.
16


-

  Colours
  Blue & White
  SCORERS
 Benn Lundstram



  Man of The Match
 
 Official Attendance

000


  Bangor 1876 crashed out of the FAW Trophy following a heavy defeat on the equally heavy Gwydir Park pitch in Llanrwst. 
  And in the first weekend of November this was the first defeat for the newly formed side who had won their previous thirteen games in a row.

  Credit to Llanrwst who had weathered the elements to make sure they were able to host this tie at the second time of asking and avoid the third tilt being switched to Treborth.
  The Welsh Alliance hosts had to wait until the 43rd minute when Matt Mullender headed the opening goal of the afternoon.
  And that was to prove to be the only goal of the first half.
  So a slender advantage to the Conwy Valley side at the interval.

Goalscorer Matt Mullender photo with thanks Llanrwst United

HALF TIME 1-0


  One change at the interval as Ben Owen came on for Jamie Petrie.
  Bangor could not draw level and on 63 minutes Llanrwst doubled their advantage as Sam Roberts netted. City sent on Benn Lundstram in place of midfielder Cameron Barry.
  Then further misfortune for 1876 as Michael Johnston turned the ball past Leon Jones for a three nil deficit on 71 minutes.
  Johnston was clearly handicapped by injury and promptly left the field to be replaced by Luke Steele.
  And one minute from time Bangor finally had a goal as substitute Benn Lundstram netted but United responded moments later as Callum Parry got the fourth of the game to seal a place in the next round of the FAW Trophy.
  So a first defeat of the season - a first defeat ever - for 1876 ahead of a Welsh Cup clash with Ruthin next Saturday at Treborth.

Goalscorer Benn Lundstram
FINAL SCORE 4-1




13
19 October 2019
Bangor  1876
3
v
3
 Penycae
The Welsh Cup
first round proper
-
  Colours
  Blue & White
  SCORERS
 Jamie Petrie 2
 Matthew Lock


  Man of The Match
 Jamie Petrie
 Match Official

Arthur Smallman
---------------------------------------------------------------Bangor 1876----------------------------------------------------------------

 Bangor 1876 Y
R


















R
Y
Penycae

1  Leon Jones




Tom Belton.
1
2
 Matt Lock




Calyn Spencer. 2
3
 Jos Lloyd Jones



Adam Peters. 3
4
 Dion Jones




Tom Edwards..
4
5
 Michael Johnston




Jack Edwardss. 5
6
 Cian Williams




Jake Ellison. 6
7
 Jamie Petrie




Leighton Kendrick. 7
8
 Cameron Barry



Mamadie Sheriff. 8
9
 Les Davies




Andrew Swarbrivk. 9
10
 Dafydd Thomas




Anthony Dunleavy. 10
11
 Dylan Summers Jones




Josh Millington. 11
        substitutessubstitutessubstitutessubstitutes substitutessubstitutessubstitutessubstitutes        
12
 Shuan Lock (85) for  Barry



Adam Davies.
12
13
 Danial Williams
Jack Brindley (67) for  11  Millington .
14
14
 Dylan Williams (61) for  10  Thomas
Ruben Monterio (67) for  Kendrick. 15
15
 Benn Lundstram (100) for  11  DSJ
Evan Woodall  (75) for  Edwards . 16
16
 Jamie Thomas (110) for  Lock



Tom Edwards . 17


-

  Colours
  Yellow and Black
  SCORERS
 Anthony Dunleavy 2
 Evan Woodall


  Man of The Match
 Anthony Dunleavy
 Official Attendance

319


  Bangor battled through to the second round of the Welsh Cup with a penalty shoot out defeat of Welsh National League visitors Penycae.
  And the goals which had both sets of fans caught up in the action soon began to arrive.
 
Visitors Penycae took the lead inside three minutes. Highly rated striker Anthony Dunleavy powered a shot beyond Leon Jones to stun the home crowd at a rain soaked Treborth.
  But Bangor hit back two minutes later as Les Davies was brought down in the box for a penalty converted by Jamie Petrie with customary aplomb.
  The match became quite physical with Dafydd Thomas, Michael Johnston and Jos Lloyd Jones shown the yellow card by Wrexham referee Arthur Smallman.
  Leftback Lloyd Jones tested goalkeeper Belton before Chirk cricketer Andrew Swarbrick headed narrowly wide of Leon Jones' upright.
  Bangor talisman Les Davies also headed wide from a similar opening before the dangerous Swarbrick raced on goal, forced a good save from Jones before lifting the rebound over the bar with no one left to beat.
  So an evenly contested first half reflected in the scoreline..



HALF TIME 1-1


  No changes at the interval.
  The visitors threatened as the front two of Swarbick and Dunleavy both had chances in the falling rain.
  Substitute Monterio, who had replaced Kendrick, shot into the side netting and it was no surprise when Penycae took the lead on 77 minutes. Anthony Dunleavy found time to arch a shot inside the upright from the edge of the box for a two one lead and little time remaining.
  Bangor won a freekick on the edge of the box for a foul on Dion Jones but Les Davies clean strike fizzed the wrong side of the post.
  As time ran out Bangor won a corner on 93 minutes which was crashed home by defender Matthew Lock to level the scores to the dismay of the visitors but delight of the majority of the three hundred strong crowd.
  That was it, the game moved into extra time..
FULL TIME 2-2
  Penycae replacement Evan Woodhall once again put the visitors ahead some thirteen minutes into the added time but yet again Bangor bounced back as a second penalty of the afternoon came following a handball which denied Jamie Petrie who fittingly slotted home from the spot to level the scores.
PENALTY SHOOT OUT
Bangor went first from the spot but Michael Johnston missed before Evan Woodhall was denied by Leon Jones.
Left peg Shaun Lock hit the post before Tom Edwards scored to make it 0-1 from two apiece.
Blues centre forward Les Davies crashed home but so did Jack Brindley to make it 1-2 from three.
Experienced Dylan Williams netted for Bangor but Calyn Spencer missed to make it 2-2 from four.
Penalty specliasist Jamie Petrie put Bangor ahead and with the pressure on Anthony Dunleavy hit the crossbar
To set off wild celebrations amongst the home fans.
Harsh in the exteme on Penycae and Dunleavy in particular but arranging cup replays is impossible in modern football.

FINAL SCORE  3-3 Bangor won 3-2 on penalties




12
15 October 2019
Bangor  1876
14
v
0
 Bethesda Athletic
Gwynedd League
-
  Colours
  Blue & White
  SCORERS
 Jamie Petrie 5
 Dylan Summers Jones 3
 Les Davies 2
 Dion Jones 2
 Cian Williams/Cameron Barry
  Man of The Match
 Jamie Petrie
 Match Official


---------------------------------------------------------------Bangor 1876----------------------------------------------------------------

 Bangor 1876 Y
R


















R
Y
Bethesda

1  Leon Jones




David Clarke.
1
2
 Matthew Lock




Lee Morris. 2
3
 Shaun Lock




Cameron Robertson. 3
4
 Dion Jones




Shay Williams.
4
5
 Michael Johnston




Robbie Jones. 5
6
 Cian Williams




Kieran Jefferies. 6
7
 Jamie Petrie




Mark Williams. 7
8
 Cameron Barry



Dave Roberts. 8
9
 Les Davies




Andy Clarke. 9
10
 Dafydd Thomas




Shaun Morris. 10
11
 Dylan Summers Jones




Louis Chico.. 11
        substitutessubstitutessubstitutessubstitutes substitutessubstitutessubstitutessubstitutes        
13
 Danial Williams GK



Jack R Roberts .
12
12
 Luke Steele (65) for  4 Jones



Morgan Davies  (68) for  9 Clarke .
14
14
 Ben Owen



Kieran Barnett (65) for  10 Morris. 15
15
 Benn Lundstram (69) for  9 Davies


Nathan Roberts.
16
16
 Jamie Thomas (57) for  2 Lock



Cai Williams (46) for  11 Chico.
17


-

  Colours
  Green and Black
  SCORERS
 



  Man of The Match
 
 Official Attendance
000



  Bangor 1876 wetn two better than the dozen they have smashed past Llanerchymedd a week earlier with a 14-0 rout of visitors Bethesda Athletic.
  And the tormentor in chief of the Meurig Park side was Jamie Petrie who lead the way with five goals on the night with a first half hatrick in a nine nil first half blast.
 
Bangor took the lead on two minutes when Dave Clarke's wayward clearance fell for Dylan Summers Jones who netted confidently.
  On five minutes Jamei Petrie got in on the act as he pounced on Cameron Barry's corner to power home from a tight angle.
  Eight minmutes gone and it was three nil thanks to Cian Williams who latched onto Dion Jones' pass.
  On ten minutes Les Davies made it four nil as he tapped home after the visiting goalkeeper could only parry Jamie Petrie's shot.
  On 23 minutes it was five nil as Shaun Lock attacked down the left and the ball ran to Jamie Petrie who fired home.
  Four minutes later Dion Jones saw his shot deflected past goalkeeper Clarke wh had precious little protection for his defence.
  On 31 minutes it was a hatrick for leading goalscorer Jamie Petrie as he beat the offside line to beat the exposed Clarke.
  Three minutes later Les Davies bagged his second from the edge of the box to make it eight nil.
  And with the visitors hoping for the half time whistle there was still time for one more as Dafydd Thomas crossed and Dion Jones headed his second.
  So an incredible half time advantage for the Bangor side.


HALF TIME 9-0 

 
  One change at the interval as Cai Williams replaced Louis Chico in the visitors side.
  With Bethesda having changed to a five man defence it took Bangor just four minutes to add a tenth to their tally as Les Davies released Jamie Petrie for his fourth of the evening.
  The visitors defended bravely but on 67 minutes substitute Jamie Thomas crossed for Jamie Petrie to notch his fifth of the evening to make it eleven nil.
  Six minutes later on 73 Dylan Summers Jones got his second as he ran on goal from the right to beat the hapless Clarke.
  With around ten minutes left to go it was unlucky thirteen as Cameron Barry crashed the ball home from inside the box.
  And moments later Dylan Summers Jones notched his hatrick goal to make the final score fourteen nil and end the misery for the local rivals.
  Another record win for Bangor and another three points, despite the best efforts of David Clarke and his overworked defence.
 

FINAL SCORE 14-0




11
12 October 2019
Llanelwy
1
v
3
 Bangor 1876
NWCFA Cup
-

  Colours
  Orange
  SCORERS
  Glyn Thomas
 


  Man of The Match
 
 Match Official

?
---------------------------------------------------------------Bangor 1876----------------------------------------------------------------

 Llanelwy Athletic Y
R


















R
Y
Bangor 1876

1  Joe O Brien




Danial Williams.
1
2
 Adam Jones




Jamie Thomas.. 2
3
 Chris Snow




Shaun Lock.. 3
4
 Kyle Hedge




Iwan Williams...
4
5
 Tommy Montgomery




Harry Jones.. 5
6
 Neil Fazackerley




Matthew Lock.. 6
7
 Luke Stanley




Ben Owen.. 7
8
 Liam Rowland Jones




Luke Steele.. 8
9
 Steven Kirk




Benn Lundstram.. 9
10
 Dan Price




Dylan Williams.  10
11
 Sam Stopforth




Leon Owens. 11
        substitutessubstitutessubstitutessubstitutes substitutessubstitutessubstitutessubstitutes        
12
 Dan Gizzi




Jamie Petrie (61) for Williams  12
14
 Greg Montgomery


Leon Jones. 13
15
 Ethan Taylor



Dylan S Jones (54) for 11 Owens. 14
16
 Gary Fazackerley

Dafydd Thomas (73) for 10  Williams. 15
17
 



Dion Jones.
16


-

  Colours
  Blue & White
  SCORERS
 Dylan Williams
 Luke Steele
 Benn Lundstram

  Man of The Match
 
 Official Attendance

000

  Bangor 1876 won through this NWCFA Cup tie at Belle Vue despite fielding a much changed starting eleven that the travelling fans might have expected.
  Amongst those not involved were centreback Michael Johnston and Cian Williams, midfielder Cameron Barry and centre forward Les Davies. Others such as goalkeeper Leon Jones, midfielder Dion Jones and leading goalscorers Jamie Petrie and Dylan Summers Jones watched from the subs bench.
  Bangor went close from a Shuan Lock freekick but in truth there was precious little goalmouth action in the opening stages.
  But on 26 minutes the visitors took the lead. Leon Owens shot from distance, goalkeeper Joe O'Brien could only parry the ball into the path of Dylan Williams who slotted home from close range.
  But four minutes later Llanelwy drew level as former Prestatyn and Kimnel Bay midfielder Liam Rowlands Jones headed past goalkeeper Danial Williams thanks to a clear deflection.
  Bangor could not regain the lead although they did have loud shouts for a penalty as half time beckoned as Benn Lundstram seemed to be felled in the box, but nothing doing.
  So all square at the interval


HALF TIME 1-1

  No changes at the interval.
  Bangor regained the lead six minutes into the second half as Luke Steele justified his selection with a well taken goal from Shaun Lock's free kick. Moments later first team regular Dylan Summers Jones replaced Leon Owens. City also sent on Jamie Petrie for Iwan Williams.
  Dylan Williams went close to netting his second of the afternoon as Bangor pushed Llanelwy back with Joe o'Brien now the busier of the two goalkeepers.
  On 67 minutes Bangor grabbed the decisive third goal.
  Substitute Jamie Petrie crossed to Benn Lundstram who netted confidently to make it three one and visibly deflate the home side.
  The final twenty minutes belonged to Bangor who went close through Benn Lundstram and Jamie Petrie with goalkeeper O'Brien at full stretch to keep the scoreline close.
  In added time Matthew Lock hit the woodwork with a long range effort which had the valiant glovesman beaten but it rocketed to safety and the final scored remained unchanged.
  So another impressive win for the 1876 and a place in the next round of the Junior Cup.


FINAL SCORE 1-3




10
8 October 2019
Bangor  1876
12
v
0
 Llanerchymedd
Gwynedd League
-
  Colours
  Blue & White
  SCORERS
 Dylan Summers Jones 4
 Jamie Petrie 3
 Les Davies 2
 Jos Lloyd Jones 2
 Dafydd Thomas
  Man of The Match
  Dylan Summers Jones
 Match Official


---------------------------------------------------------------Bangor 1876----------------------------------------------------------------

 Bangor 1876 Y
R


















R
Y
Llanerchymedd

1  Leon Jones




Luke Banshall.
1
2
 Jamie Thomas




Mark Hughes. 2
3
 Jos Lloyd Jones




Tomos Jones. 3
4
 Dion Jones




Sion Roberts..
4
5
 Michael Johnston




Marc Jones. 5
6
 Cian Williams




Ifan Parry. 6
7
 Jamie Petrie




Ben Taylor. 7
8
 Cameron Barry



Aneurin Saunderson. 8
9
 Les Davies




Dafydd  Roberts. 9
10
 Dafydd Thomas




Tomos Hughes. 10
11
 Dylan Summers Jones




Cai Miller.. 11
        substitutessubstitutessubstitutessubstitutes substitutessubstitutessubstitutessubstitutes        
12
 Benn Lundstram (68) for  Jones



Dion Jones .
12
13
 Matthew Lock




Dylan Jones .
14
14
 Ben Owen



Owen Rowlands . 15
15
 Luke Steele (68) for  10 Thomas





16
 Shaun Lock








-

  Colours
  Red and White
  SCORERS
 



  Man of The Match
 
 Official Attendance

335


  Bangor 1876 racked up a dozen goals in their latest home Gwynned League encounter, led once again by a four goal blast, this time from young tyro Dylan Summers Jones.
  It should be said that the Island visitors were bottom of the table and had already endured heavy defeats before this one. All credit to them for representing the village and never giving up hope.
 
Bangor took the lead on the quarter horu mark as Les Davies turned his defender a shot home from the edge of the box.
  Two minutes later it was two nil to Bangor when leading goalscorer Jamie Petrie scored a similar goal with a shot that went in off the upright. Dylan Summers Jones, midfielder Cameron Barry and centreback Cian Williams all went close for Bangor as the visitors went for a good spell without conceding.
  But on 39 minutes Dylan Summers Jones got in on the action when he turned in Jamie Petrie's low cross and some five minutes later Dafydd Thomas ran through to make it four nil before the half time whistle with his first goal for the club..
  So an emphatic half time advantage for the Bangor side.


HALF TIME 4-0 

 
  No changes at the interval.
  Within two minutes of the restart Bangor were back in goalscoring action as Jamie Petrie bagged his second with a close range finish.
  On the hour mark Les Davies head some a sixth as the floodgates started to swing open. Three minutes later they were swept aside as Jamie Petrie completed his hatrick to make it seven nil.
  A minute later leftback Jos Lloyd Jones finished off a fine solo run with a calm finish to make it eight 
  Bangor made a double change as Benn Lundstram and Luke Steele replaced Dion Jones and Dafydd Thomas.
  Goals nine and ten belonged to Dylan Summers Jones who scored on 72 mintes with a header and four minutes later with a composed finish.
  On 78 minutes it became eleven nil as Jos Lloyd Jones netted from a corner, then substitute Benn Lundstram set up Dylan Summers Jones for his fourth goal to take the scoring up to the dozen mark.
  A record win for Bangor and another three points, credit to the Anglesey youngsters who tried their best from start to finish under difficult circumstances.
 

photo with thanks to Kevin Owen Bangor 1876
FINAL SCORE 12-0




9
28 September 19
Bangor  1876
6
v
2
 Penrhyndeudraeth
The Welsh Cup
second qualifying round
-
  Colours
  Blue & White
  SCORERS
 Les Davies 4
 Dylan Summers Jones2


  Man of The Match
 Les Davies
 Match Official

M
---------------------------------------------------------------Bangor 1876----------------------------------------------------------------

 Bangor 1876 Y
R


















R
Y
Penrhyndeudraeth

1  Leon Jones




Robert Watson.
1
19
 Matt Lock




Cedri Jones. 2
3
 Shaun Lock




Ifan Jones. 3
4
 Dion Jones




Ben Jones..
4
5
 Michael Johnston




Richard Jones. 5
6
 Cian Williams




Iwan Lane. 6
7
 Jos Lloyd Jones



Huw Quaeck. 7
8
 Cameron Barry



Jack Jones. 8
9
 Les Davies




Tom Smith. 9
10
 Dafydd Thomas




Steven Jones. 10
11
 Dylan Summers Jones




Reece Evans. 11
        substitutessubstitutessubstitutessubstitutes substitutessubstitutessubstitutessubstitutes        
12
 Leon Owens (67) for  Lock



Guto Davies (80) for  11  Evans.
12
13
 Danial Williams


Barry Evans .
14
14
 Jamie Thomas

Meilir Edwards. 15
15
 Luke Steele


Josh Hughes . 16
16
 Ben Owen (58) for  10  Thomas



Liam Jones (66) for  Quaeak . 17


-

  Colours
  Orange and Black
  SCORERS
 Steven Jones
 Reece Evans


  Man of The Match
 
 Official Attendance

341


  Big Les Davies led Bangor 1876 into the first round proper of the Welsh Cup with a four goal blast in a 6-2 mauling of Welsh Alliance visitors Penrhyndeudraeth.
  And he didnt wait long to get the goalscoring underway..
 
Bangor took the lead inside three minutes when Les Davies fired home left footed from twelve yards out and he and Matt Lock went close to doubling the advantage soon after.
  Just after the quarter hour mark a well weighted through ball from Cameron Barry set up Les Davies for his and Bangor's second of the match.
  Two minutes later Dylan Summers Jones netted from close range after a long throw from leftback Shaun Lock had unsettled the visitors defence.
  The visitors responded with some pressure of their own with Jack Jones going closest with a header.
  Midfielders Dion Jones and Cameron Barry both went close some five minutes before the interval with Penrhyn goalkeeper Robert Watson working hard to keep the deficit at three. Steven Jones though thought he had rpulled one back but was denied by an offside flag.
  Young striker Dylan Summers Jones' progress inside the Penrhyn box was tripped by Cedri Jones for a penalty duly dispatched by Les Davies for his first hatrick for Bangor 1876 and a four nil interval lead.
  And with the blue faithful contemplating a beer or a bovril the half time break could not have come soon enough for the visitors with Bangor all btu through to the next round after an emphatic first half.



HALF TIME 4-0


  No changes at the interval.
  The opening quarter of an hour of the second period proved a frustrating one for the home side as Cameron Barry twice went close and Dylan Summers Jones saw his effort hit the frame of the goal.
  Bangor though were back amongst the goals on 62 minutes as Les Davies made it five nil with his fourth of the afternoon as his fierce strike crashed into the net.
  Five minutes later though long serving midfielder Steven Jones pulled a goal back for Penrhyn to give their supporters something to cheer after a difficult hour at Treborth.
  And two minutes later they repeated the feat with a second tucked away by Reece Evans to make the score five two.
  But fifteen minutes from time Dylan Summers Jones got his second of the afternoon to make it six two to Bangor and flatten any fears of an unlikely comeback by the sprited visitors.
  With three minutes to go Penrhyndeudraeth were awarded a penalty but Leon Jones was up to task and his save to deny Jack Jones proved to be the final telling moment of the afternoon other than the referee's whistle for time..
  A comfortable win for City then in an entertaining eight goal thriller.
  The First Round draw due to be made on Monday.

Les Davies celebrates - photo with thanks to Kevin Owen Bangor 1876
FINAL SCORE  6-2



8
21 September 19
Talysarn Celts
2
v
4
 Bangor 1876
Gwynedd League
-

  Colours
  Green & White
  SCORERS
  Glyn Thomas
  Gerwyn Williams


  Man of The Match
  Gerwyn Williams
 Match Official

?
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 Talysarn Celts Y
R


















R
Y
Bangor 1876

1  Brian Page




Leon Jones.
1
2
 Osian Jones




Dion Jones.. 2
3
 Gareth Prebble




Jos Lloyd Jones.. 3
4
 Peter Bridges




Ben Owen...
4
5
 Gavin Davies




Michael Johnston.. 5
6
 Gerwyn Williams




Cian Williams.. 6
7
 Luke Baum




Jamie Petrie.. 7
8
 Dylan Roberts




Cameron Barry.. 8
9
 Glyn Thomas




Les Davies.. 9
10
 Jack Jones




Dylan Williams.  10
11
 Rhodri Jones




Dylan Summers Jones. 11
        substitutessubstitutessubstitutessubstitutes substitutessubstitutessubstitutessubstitutes        
12
 Rhys Jones




Leon Owen  12
14
 Dan Tindall 

Dafydd Thomas (52) for  10  Williams. 14
15
 Guto Hughes (42) for  Davies



Iwan Williams (86) for1 Barry. 15
16
 Peter Evans (89) for  Jones



Danial Williams. 18
17
 Martin Davies



Matt Lock (65) for 7 Petrie.
19


-

  Colours
  Blue & White
  SCORERS
 Jamie Petrie 2
 Dylan Williams
 Les Davies

  Man of The Match
  Dylan Summers Jones
 Official Attendance

307

  Bangor 1876 carried on their winning ways with four more goals enjoyed by another bumper crowd, this time at Gloddfa Clai in the sunblessed Nantlle Valley.
  Hosts Talysarn deserve praise for their organisational efforts on and off the pitch. Hospitality was laid on for the visiting blue horde whlst the valley side battled from start to finish in a match far closer than the scoreline suggested.
  Bangor went close inside thirty seconds when Dylan Summers Jones shot from the right but could not keep his effort down.
  But it was Talysarn who opened the scoring on eight minutes as Glyn Thomas crashed home from 25 yards with a fanstastic effort that left visiting keeper Leon Jones grasping thin air.
  Mel Jones' side rallied with a string of corners won by Dylan Summers Jones and Jamie Petrie but the home side defended resisted well, wiht the burly Gavin Davies at the heart of the resistance.
  Midway through the hall leftback Jos Lloyd Jones fed Jamie Petrie but his shot on the turn crashed into the side netting. Next Summers Jones cut in from the right, jinked past two or three home defenders, but slid under pressure and dragged his shot wide.
  On 24 minutes a break! Both sides happy to take a drink on a hot sunny afternoon in the most picturesque of locations. A yellow card aimed at midfielder Gerwyn Williams also punctuated play but on the half hour Bangor drew level.
  A flick on from Les Davies created a chance which Dylan Williams converted from six yards. But rather than deflate the Celts this seemed to bring them to life and Bangor were forced to defend as Dylan Roberts dragged his efort wide from the edge of the box.
  The viistors won the fifth and sixth corners of the first half with Dylan Summers Jones again a handful for the Talysarn defence  Leon Jones pulled off a great save from the menacing Gerwyn Williams
  With three minutes left until the break the home side withdrew powerful centreback Gavin Davies whose place was taken at the heart of the defence by Guto Hughes.
  Talysarn penned Bangor back with a couple of corners, the first won by the pacey left winger Rhodri Jones, but the blues countered through Dylan Summers Jones whose progress was stopped by rightback Osian Jones who received a yellow card for his troubles. A freekick teed up and struck home by Les Davies who clean low drive beat goalkeeper Page to give Bangor a two one interval lead.
  Too close to call perhaps at the break but in the hot weather fitness could be a factor..
Goalscorer and provider Dylan Williams and behnd him Les Davies

HALF TIME 1-2

  No changes at the interval.
  Bangor now attacking the village end of the ground where they immediately earned a seventh corner moments before the hosts also won their third or fourth.
  An early chance for a third goal came via Les Davies but his pullback was blasted over by Jamie Petrie.
  On 58 minutes the goal did come. Again the provider Dylan Summers Jones whose surging run off a Les Davies pass tempted a trip in the box and penalty.
  Regular spot kick man Jamie Petrie stepped up and made no mistake for a three on advantage.
  Four minutes later it was four one with the busy Dylan Summers Jones again latching onto a Les Daviesthrough ball to set up Jamie Petrie with his low cross from the left. A close range back post finish for the little striker who continues to bag the goals both from the spot and open play.
  The Bangor midfield had failed to stamp any authority on the first half but Ben Owen in particular caught the eye in the second with a series of long range passes which released the willing runners ahead and pushed the home side back towards their own goal.
  Next up another Bangor corner which Cian Williams met at the near post but turned wide and out for a goalkick.
  On 65 minutes a change for the visitors as Matthew Lock replaced rightback Dion Jones but on 72 minutes a yellow card for leftback Jos Lloyd Jones as he conceded a freekick which in turn was crossed deep for Gerwyn Williams to head home emphatically.
  The gifted left footer Jones then crossed for Summers Jones but his first time effort crashed wide.
  In the closing minutes Talysarn again forced a couple of corners which Bangor resisted and in the time added on a first clear mistake by the otherwise impressive young referee.
  Dylan Summers Jones twisted his way into the Talysarn box and was clearly chopped down for a quite blatant penalty - but nothing given. Rough justice but overall a competent performance from the young whistler who had, amongst the club linesmen, a University professor and purveyor of dreadful jokes.
  So another impressive win for Bangor with goals shared between young and more experienced players once again. All credit to the home side who gave a very good account of themselves on and off the pitch.
Jamie Petrie congratuled following his second of the afternoon
FINAL SCORE 2-4




7
14 September 19
Bangor  1876
3
v
1
 Pwllheli
The FAW Trophy
-
  Colours
  Blue & White
  SCORERS
 Jos Lloyd Jones 2
 Cameron Barry


  Man of The Match
 Jos Lloyd Jones
 Match Official

M
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 Bangor 1876 Y
R


















R
Y
Pwllheli

1  Leon Jones




Lee Fletcher.
1
2
 Louis McFarlane




Terry Ogilvy. 2
3
 Shaun Lock




Meical Williams. 3
4
 Luke Steele




Dafydd Buckley Roberts..
4
5
 Michael Johnston




Martin Smith. 5
6
 Cian Williams




Jamie Underwood. 6
7
 Dylan Williams




Gethin Williams. 7
8
 Cameron Barry



Gareth Jones Evans. 8
9
 Les Davies




Steffan Toplis. 9
10
 Dylan Summers Jones




Dafydd Gwyn Jones. 10
11
 Jos Lloyd Jones



Jamie Banks. 11
        substitutessubstitutessubstitutessubstitutes substitutessubstitutessubstitutessubstitutes        
12
 Benn Lundstram (78) for  Lock

Marcus Banks (73) for  Underwood.
12
13
 Dan Williams


Cai Huws (81) for  Toplis.
14
14
 Ben Owen (56) for  McFarlane

Ifan Jones (65) for  Williams. 15
15
 Iwan Williams


Iwan Roberts . 16
16
 Matthew Lock (56) for  Steel



. 17


-

  Colours
  R
  SCORERS
 Gareth Jones Evans



  Man of The Match
  Dafydd Gwyn Jones
 Official Attendance

000


  Bangor 1876 made their debut in the FAW Welsh Cup against Welsh Alliance visitors Pwllheli.
  And despite missing leading goalscorer Jamie Petrie through illness the blues overcame their higher ranked opponents .
 
The absence of Petrie meant a recall for powerful leftback Shaun Lock and a more advanced berth for the hugely promising Jos Lloyd Jones who seized his "promoton" with both hands.
  Both sides forged half chances either side of the quarter hour mark as Dafydd Gwyn Jones went close for the visitors before Dylan Summers Jones fired over for Bangor. Next Leon Jones did well to deby Pwllheli attacker Steffan Toplis.
  But it was Bangor who scored first on twenty two minutes as Jos Lloyd Jones scored at the back post from Dylan Summers Jones low cross from the right.
  Chances came and went at both ends with former Bangor City youngster Marcus Banks going close for Pwllheli before Louis McFarlane forced a good save from visiting goalkeeper Lee Fletcher. Bangor's old guard of Les Davies and Dylan Williams both went close before Shaun Lock saw his shot deflected for a corner.
  But on the stroke of half time Pwllheli drew level.
  A freekick on the edge of the box was crashed home by former Porthmadog midfielder Gareth Jones Evans to give blues goalkeeper Leon Jones no chance.
  It was too late for 1876 to respond and the two sides left the field with the scores level.


HALF TIME 1-1


  No changes at the interval.
  Bangor pushed the visitors back and Les Davies saw his freekick blocked before on 56 minutes a double roll of the dice as Ben Owen and Matthew Lock replaced Louis McFarlane and Luke Steele.
  With Ben Owen catching the eye in midfield Bangor went close as Dylan Summers Jones had an effort blocked, then Les Davies fired narrowly wide.
  On 72 minutes Bangor regained the lead.
  This time the provider was Shaun Lock who cleanly struck low cross was again turned home by Jos Lloyd Jones for a brace against his former club.
  No sooner had Jason Banks replaced Jamie Underwood than Pwllheli might have drawn level but the unlucky Dafydd Gwyn Jones hit the post.
  But on 78 minutes it was Bangor who added to their tally as double goalscorer Jos Lloyd Jones crossed for midfielder Cameron Barry to net from close range for a three one advantage.
  Immediately Benn Lundstram trotted on in place of Shaun Lock and the young striker hit the post with his first chance. At the death midfielder Dylan Williams went close but it was not to be and the final whistle blew on a three one win for Bangor.
  The draw likely to be made over the next few days.

FINAL SCORE 3-1


6
31 August 2019
Bangor  1876
4
v
1
 Llandudno Athletic
The Welsh Cup
first qualifying round
-
  Colours
  Blue & White
  SCORERS
 Jamie Petrie
 Cameron Barry
 Cian Williams
 Dylan Summers Jones
  Man of The Match
 Dylan Williams
 Match Official

M
---------------------------------------------------------------Bangor 1876----------------------------------------------------------------

 Bangor 1876 Y
R


















R
Y
Llandudno Athletic

1  Leon Jones




Dan Adams.
1
2
 Louis McFarlane




Matt McElroy. 2
3
 Jos Lloyd Jones




Dean Roberts. 3
4
 Dion Jones




McKenzie Slaven..
4
5
 Michael Johnston




Alex Stokes. 5
6
 Cian Williams




Ben Seager. 6
7
 Jamie Petrie




Jack Kennerley. 7
8
 Cameron Barry



Lee Stokes. 8
9
 Les Davies




Ryan Jones. 9
10
 Dylan Williams




Stephen Cheung. 10
11
 Dylan Summers Jones




Nathan Williams.. 11
        substitutessubstitutessubstitutessubstitutes substitutessubstitutessubstitutessubstitutes        
12
 Benn Lundstram (56) for  Jones



James Edwards.
12
13
 Matthew Lock (30) for  McF'ane


Michael Parkinson .
14
14
 Shaun Lock (87) for  Petrie

Liam Lehane (72) for  Kennerley. 15
15
 Leon Owens


Jordan Dixon (65) for  10  Cheung . 16
16
 Harry Jones




Luke Patterson (54) for  Jones . 17


-

  Colours
  Red and Black
  SCORERS
 Lee Stokes



  Man of The Match
  Dan Adams
 Official Attendance

000


  Bangor 1876 made their debut in the FAW Welsh Cup at the preliminary round stage against visitors Llandudno Athletic.
  And despite falling behind to an early Athletic strike the new club can look forward to the second preliminary draw over the next few days.
 
The home side went close early on through Dylan Summers Jones and left footer Jos Lloyd Jones with Llandudno goalkeeper Adams soon into the action.
 
Bangor fans were shocked though on eleven minutes when young Lee Stokes put the Llandudno based side ahead with a well placed effort bent around Leon Jones.
  This spurred the home side and Les Davies and Dylan Summers Jones both worried Adams as the pressure mounted. Next up it was Cameron Barry and Jamie Petrie who went close without making the important break through.
  But just short of the half hour mark Bangor drew level from the penalty spot after Matt McElroy handled and this inevitably meant Jamie Petrie who netted his eleventh goal of the season.
  Moments later Matthew Lock replaced Louis McFarlane at rightback for Bangor.
  And three minutes later on 32 minutes midfielder Cameron Barry (left) put the blues ahead with a close range finish after good work from experienced midfielder Dylan Williams.
  Both sides went close as Williams shot on goal before Athletic goalscorer Lee Stokes forced a good save from Leon Jones.
  The home side now had the iniative and pushed the visitors back and it was no surprise two minutes before the break when Cameron Barry turned provider with a pull back for young defender Cian Williams to make it three one.
  Midfielder Dylan Williams was central to most of Bangor's better moments and he went close to adding a fourth just before the interval but goalkeeper Dan Adams saved well.
  An emphatic response from Bangor to losing that early goal as they left the field with a two goal advantage.



HALF TIME 3-1


  No changes at the interval.
  Bangor continued to push forward with Dylan Summers Jones determined to get his name on the scoresheet but his header grazed the crossbar.
  Then a yellow card for goalkeeper Adams as Les Davies seized on some defensive uncertainty which resulted in a corner. Ten minutes after the restart Benn Lundstram trotted on in place of midfielder Dion Jones as Bangor went for all out attack. Within minutes the young replacement gathered Cameron Barry's pass but fired narrowly wide.
  The home side forged but failed to take chances as they pressed forward. Substitutes Mathew Lock and Benn Lundstram both going close.
  Jamie Petrie blasted on goal but felled the unfortunate Alex Stokes before Les Davies, Benn Lundstram and Lock all went close.
  On 82 minutes a fourth goal finally arrived as young Dylan Summers Jones slid the ball past Adams for his ninth goal of the season. Moments later the Anglesey striker hit the woodwork as the pressure continued on the visitors goal.
  But that was the end of the scoring and the whistle blew on an emphatic home win and a place in the next round.
  Manager Mel Jones would be pleased with the result and no doubt the goals being contributed not just by the frontmen but also midfielders and defenders adding the threat.
  The draw likley to be made over the next few days.


Dylan Summers Jones takes on Llandudno defender Dean Roberts
photo with thanks to Kevin Owen Bangor 1876
FINAL SCORE 4-1



5
26 August 2019
Llangoed
0
v
5
 Bangor 1876
Gwynedd League
-

  Colours
  Yellow
  SCORERS
 
 


  Man of The Match
  Dylan Williams
 Match Official

?
---------------------------------------------------------------Bangor 1876----------------------------------------------------------------

 Llangoed Y
R


















R
Y
Bangor 1876

1  Rhys Owen




Leon Jones.
1
2
 Kane Briggs




Louis McFarlane. 2
3
 Matthew Owen




Jos Lloyd Jones. 3
4
 Nick Williams




Luke Steele..
4
5
 Jamie Roberts




Michael Johnston. 5
6
 Josh Pugh




Cian Williams. 6
7
 Jay Finter




Jamie Petrie. 7
8
 Nathaniel Evans




Cameron Barry. 8
9
 Guy Hughes




Les Davies. 9
10
 Llion Roberts




Dylan Williams.  10
11
 Dylan Williams




Benn Lundstram.. 11
        substitutessubstitutessubstitutessubstitutes substitutessubstitutessubstitutessubstitutes        
12
 Jordan Lloyd 



D S-Jones (59) for  10  Williams  12
14
 Ciaran Elsworth




Jamie Thomas. 13
15
 Mathew Morris




Steffan Taylor (75) for1 Jones. 14
16
 Aaron Evans




Dion Jones. 15
17
 Charlie McKenna



Leon Owens (83) for 7 Petrie.
16


-

  Colours
  Blue & White
  SCORERS
 Jamie Petrie 3
 Les Davies
 Leon Owens

  Man of The Match
  Jamie Petrie
 Official Attendance

301

  Bangor 1876 continued their fine start to the new season with a convincing win over Llangoed at Tyddyn Paun.
  Once again they did so after a stern examination from the home side.
  There was a debut at rightback for former Bangor City youngster Louis McFarlane and a rest for young marksman Dylan Summers Jones who began the match on the bench.
  Just short of the twenty minute mark young Cameron Barry fired wide, and effort which seemed to provoke a fierce responce from the Island side who pushed Bangor back with a number of corners which Michael Johnston and co repelled confidently.
  On the half hour Les Davies set up Benn Lundstram who shot wide before Llangoed responded through Llion Roberts who also narrowly missed the target.
  Into the closing five minutes Les Davies saw his shot deflected for a corner which in turn dropped to Cian Williams but the young defender prodded wide.
  But in the final minute of the first half Bangor took the lead as Les Davies fired home from close range to the delight of the hundreds of blues who had made the short journey across the Menai Straits.
  There was no time for the home side to respond and it was Bangor who left the field with a solitary goal advantage.


HALF TIME 0-1

  No changes at the interval.
  But 1876 came out with the wind in their sails and determined to add to the slender lead.
  Bangor pushed forward and witin moments of the restart Dylan Williams was fouled for a penalty confidenlty converted by Jamie Petrie for his first of the afternoon.
  Ten minutes into the second half Jamie Roberts was shown the yellow card for a foul on goalscorer Petrie before on the hour mark leading goalscorer Dylan Summers Jones trotted on for midfielder Dylan Williams.
  Jamie Petrie went close to a second but with around fifteen minutes to go he got not one but two in quick fire fashion.
  First on 74 minutes Jamie Petrie fired home through a defenders legs from a tight anle on the right, then three minutes later Jamie Petrie grabbed his hatrick with a close range finish.
  Ten minutes from time substitute Dylan Summers Jones hit the crossbar from the penalty spot and moments later hatrick hero Petrie was replaced by sixteenyear old Leon Owens.
  And three minutes after his introduction young Leon Owens reacted quickly to a Steff Taylor throw in to race on goal and beat Rhys Owen with a calm finish for a five nil final scoreline.
  So another impressive win for Bangor with goals shared between young and more experienced players once again.

FINAL SCORE 0-5



4
24 August 2019
Bangor  1876
3
v
1
 Nefyn United
Gwynedd League
-
  Colours
  Blue & White
  SCORERS
 Jamie Petrie 2
 Les Davies


  Man of The Match
  Les Davies
 Match Official

M
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 Bangor 1876 Y
R


















R
Y
Nefyn United

1  Leon Jones




Dafydd Jones.
1
2
 Jamie Thomas




Colin Evans. 2
3
 Jos Lloyd Jones




Zac Allanson. 3
4
 Dion Jones




Gwion Roberts..
4
5
 Michael Johnston




Llyd Williams. 5
6
 Cian Williams




Dan Roberts. 6
7
 Jamie Petrie




Dylan Jones. 7
8
 Cameron Barry



Steve Jones. 8
9
 Les Davies




Guto Roberts. 9
10
 Dylan Williams




Tomos Jones. 10
11
 Dylan Summers Jones




Carl Jones.. 11
        substitutessubstitutessubstitutessubstitutes substitutessubstitutessubstitutessubstitutes        
12
 Benn Lundstram (75) for  Petrie



Carwyn Trenholme .
12
16
 Steff Taylor



Thomas Jones .
14
17
 Luke Steele (46) for  2 Thomas



Rhys Roberts . 15






Carwyn Griffiths. 16






Iolo Jones
17


-

  Colours
  Red and White
  SCORERS
 Carl Jones



  Man of The Match
  J
 Official Attendance

404


  Bangor 1876 continued their fine start to the season with victory over Nefyn who represented the biggest test yet to the newly built club and team.
  This time the Treborth crowd topped 400 on a hot sunny afternoon which saw City forced to come from behind for the first time.
 
Bangor went close in the opening minutes through leading goalscorer Dylan Summers Jones but it was the visitors who took the lead.
  On 13 minutes former Bangor City wnger Carl Jones fired home on the half volley for a one nil advantage.
  But if there were any nerves amongst the home players or supporters these were settled three minutes later as Jamie Petrie converted a penalty awarded for a foul on the persistent little striker.
  Just before the twenty minute mark Bangor might have had a second penalty but nothing doing, moments later Leon Jones did well to keep out a well struck effort from Nefyn captain Daniel Roberts.
  On the half hour mark the impressive Les Davies crossed for Jamie Petrie to head his second of the afternoon and put Bangor head for the first time.
  Jos Lloyd went close against his former club before Les Davies crashed a trademark strike against the Nefyn crossbar after good work from young midfielder Cameron Barry.
  So a slender lead for Bangor at the interval with both sides very much in the game.


HALF TIME 2-0 


  One changes at the interval as Luke Steelre replaced the injured Jamie Thomas.
  Twelve minutes after the restart Leon Jones did well to deny Carl Jones who again hit the target with a long range effort.
  On 67 minutes Bangor had a third as Les Davies seized on some hesitation in the Nefyn defence to slide the ball round goalkeeper Jones and give the home side a two goal cushion.
  Understandably the weather took its toll on the players and Bangor sent on Benn Lundstram for goalscorer Jamie Petrie with around a quarter of an hour to play.
  Both sides had half chances but nothign of note as time ran out on another home win for Bangor 1876 at Treborth before a record crowd of 404.
  The more influential Bangor player was the selfless Les Davies with another assist and a first goal of the new campaign.
 
Nefyn defender Dan Roberts closes down Les Davies
photo with thanks to Kevin Owen Bangor 1876
FINAL SCORE 



3
19 August 2019
Bangor  1876
10
v
0
 Caergybi
Gwynedd League
-
  Colours
  Blue & White
  SCORERS
 Dylan Summers Jones 3
 Jamie Petrie 2
 Jos Lloyd Jones 2
 Cian Williams
 Cameron Barry
 Leon Owens
  Man of The Match
  Jos Lloyd Jones
 Match Official

Martin Roberts
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 Bangor 1876 Y
R


















R
Y
Caergybi

1  Leon Jones




Kieran Weeks.
1
2
 Jamie Thomas




Ashley Beck. 2
3
 Jos Lloyd Jones




Lloyd Chapman. 3
4
 Dylan Williams




Colm Foley..
4
5
 Michael Johnston




Adam Roberts. 5
6
 Cian Williams




Nikolas Kontodios. 6
7
 Jamie Petrie




Luke McKittrick. 7
8
 Cameron Barry



Stephen Driedyk. 8
9
 Les Davies




Ian Williams. 9
10
 Benn Lundstram




James Ryan. 10
11
 Dylan Summers Jones




Glen North.. 11
        substitutessubstitutessubstitutessubstitutes substitutessubstitutessubstitutessubstitutes        
12
 Leon Owens (72) for  11  DS Jones


Josh Evans (81) for  Beck.
12
16
 Dafydd Thomas




Nathan Lewis (75) for  Williams.
14
17
 Luke Steele (55) for  10  Lundstram


Elliott Patterson (70) for  11  North. 15
18
 Shaun Lock




16
17
 Steff Taylor (80) for  Petrie




17


-

  Colours
  Yellow & Black
  SCORERS
 





  Man of The Match
  James Ryan
 Official Attendance

317


  Bangor 1876 ran riot against their Holyhead visitors to secure a first home league win of the season.
  Another 300+ crowd filled Treborth but they had to wait fifteen minutes or so after the scheduled 6.30pm start time for the replacement referee Martin Roberts to get things underway.
 
Bangor took a while to get into their stride and created little of note in the opening twenty minutes. But soon after the blues forwards, led by Les Davcies, began to serve notice of what was to follow on visiting goalkeeper Kieran Weeks. The big striker saw one header saved by Weeks as pressure mounted.
  And on 33 minutes Bangor had the lead. Leading goalscorer Dylan Summers Jones hit the woodword but Jamie Petrie was on hand to net from close range to keep up his goal a game record for the season.
  Five minutes later the young provider turned goalscorer as Dylan Summers Jones stroked the ball home from a Les Davies knock down.
  A two goal advantage for Bangor then although Caergybi striker James Ryan troubled Leon Jones a couple of times without really threatening the home goal.

Photo left Les Davies & Dylan Summers Jones challenge
with thanks to Kevin Owen Bangor 1876

HALF TIME 2-0 

  No changes at the interval.
  But the mood in the Bangor camp was changed beyond recognition as the second half turned into a rout.
  On 58 minutes Bangor went three up as Dylan Summers Jones got the better of Weeks from a Jamie Petrie cross for his second of the game.  Two minutes later it was four nil as defender Cian Williams flicked the ball home from Cameron Barry's cross from the left.
  On 54 mintes it was five nil with young Barry again the provider with a corner headed home by Jamie Petrie for his second of the night.
  On 65 minutes big Les Davies set up Dylan Summers Jones whose brilliant right footed  finish beat Weeks all ends up.
  The young marksman was denied further opportunities as Dylan Summers Jones made way for Leon Owen on 72 minutes.
  But the goals kept on flowing as Cameron Barry got his name on the scoresheet, finishing a chance created by Dylan Williams and Les Davies on 75 minutes.
  Three minutes later Bangor got their eighth of the evening as Les Davies released Jos Lloyd Jones who beat Weeks and tapped the ball into the empty net.
  With ten minutes remaining a further change for Bangor as Jamie Petrie made way for Steff Taylor.
  On 84 minutes Jos Lloyd Jones continued to enjoy his romp higher up the pitch with his second goal of the evening with a fine strike from the edge of the box.
  And on the stroke of time big Les Davies again the provider with a selfless lay off for substitute Leon Owens to cap the scoring off and make it ten nil.
  It would be easy to crow over the Holyhead side but credit to them for sticking to their principles and to stand in referee Roberts for stepping in at short notice.
  Bangor have made a good start to life in the Gwynedd League and will hope to keep the fine goalscoring form going..
No 3 Jos Lloyd Jones celebrates with Cameron Barry- photo with thanks to Kevin Owen Bangor 1876
FINAL SCORE 10-0



2
17 August 2019
Bangor  1876
5
v
1
 CPD Sychdyn
The FAW Trophy
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  Colours
  Blue & White
  SCORERS
 Dylan Summers Jones 3
 Jamie Petrie 2


  Man of The Match
  Dylan Summers Jones
 Match Official

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 Bangor 1876 Y
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R
Y
CPD Sychdyn

1  Leon Jones




Craig Hughes.
1
2
 Jamie Thomas




Paul Francis. 2
3
 Jos Lloyd Jones




Liam Edwards. 3
4
 Dylan Williams




Rhys Downington..
4
5
 Michael Johnston




Joss Norris. 5
6
 Cian Williams




Nathan Howartson. 6
7
 Jamie Petrie




Billy Exford. 7
8
 Cameron Barry



Mark Weir. 8
9
 Les Davies




Terry Pughe. 9
10
 Benn Lundstram




Ryan Williams. 10
11
 Dylan Summers Jones




Ollie Howarth.. 11
        substitutessubstitutessubstitutessubstitutes substitutessubstitutessubstitutessubstitutes        
12
 Dion Jones 



Harri Ashley.
12
14
 Dafydd Williams




Jamie Rogers.
14
15
 Dion Williams (86) for  Thomas



Jordan Forsyth. 15
16
 Steff Taylor (80) for  10  Lundstram


Tim Hughes. 16
17
 



Jake Taylor. 17


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  Colours
  Yellow & Black
  SCORERS
 Tim Hughes



  Man of The Match
 
 Official Attendance

325


  Bangor 1876 played their first competitive home match against FAW Trophy visitors Sychdyn at Treborth.
  And as in the first "proper" game a week earlier it was teenage striker Dylan Summers Jones who led the charge as Bangor overcame Sychdywn by five goals to one. This time though the Gaerwen marksman notched a hatrick not a brace.
 
Bangor once again had selection issues with leftback Shaun Lock and midfielder Dion Jones not able to play.
 
On ten minutes the visitors silenced the home crowd with what looked like the opening goal but nerves were calmed by a home freekick for a push on a blues defender.
 
1876 settled and generally dominated play without managing to make the break through.
 
But as the match appeared to be heading for a scoreless first half but that all changed when Bangor were awarded a penalty on 42 minutes for a foul on Jamie Petrie who picked himself and sent Sychdyn goalkeeper Craig Hughes the wrong way to put the blues a goal ahead.
  And that was about it as the referee blew for the break and all and sundry headed for refreshments with Bangor holding a slender advantage over their North East Wales area visitors.


Photo right Jamie Petrie fouled for the opening Bangor penalty
with thanks to TL Sports Photography

HALF TIME 1-0 


 No changes at the interval.
  Both sides still very much in the hunt for a place in the seconde round draw.
  Bangor extended their lead on 51 minutes as Dylan Summers Jones beat the home defence and fired home for his first of the afternoon.
  Seven minutes later a second penalty of the afternoon offered the chance of a three nil lead which Jamie Petrie again accepted to give Bangor a clear advantage.
  The game was soon beyond Sychdyn as Dylan Summers Jones got his second to make it four nil on 71 minutes.
  But the Mold area visitors refused to read the script and fought back to reduce the deficit with a goal from substitute Tim Hughes.
  Bangor made a couple of changes with Steff Taylor and Dioin Williams entering the fray.
  In the closing stages though Dylan Summers Jones grabbed his hatrick with a close range finish to make the final score five one to Bangor after a fine flowing move which began with blues goalkeeper Leon Jones.
  The youngster has now scored five in the opening two games of the season! An incredible start.
  Bangor will hope that fine vein of form continues as the games - league and cup - start to come thick and fast. 

Dylan Summers Jones nets his third of the afternoon - photo with thanks to TL Sports Photography
FINAL SCORE 5-1 



1
10 August 2019
Ogwen Tigers
1
v
4
 Bangor 1876
Gwynedd League
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  Colours
  Yellow
  SCORERS
 Kieron Bullock