Dissapointment after battling display
In a much improved performance Bont will feel disappointed not to have gained a share of the spoils. Although the visitors took an early lead when after just 15 minutes Dan Jones drove the ball home from a tight angle past Sion Davies, the home side did have several chances. Gwion Rowlands was the first to test visiting keeper Johnny Sweetser-Hawkes when the glovesman got down well to palm a shot wide.
The keeper then quickly came of his line several times to deny Cai Penny Williams, It was Williams who had the best chance to level in the first period when he rounded Sweetser-Hawkes only to fire his hot wide of the target, good work by left-back Josh Williams down the flank saw him pick out Rowlands who's tame effort failed to bother the keeper.
It was Josh Williams who then sent a rasping shot just over the upright ten minutes into the second half but on the hour mark Sam Reagan smashed home a volley from six yards out to double his sides lead. Although the Bont side fielding 11 teenagers were disappointed to have conceded they came back at Bro Goronwy and when Tom Philp's cross was layed off by Cai Penny it looked like Rowlands would score only to see hit shot clear the upright. It finally looked like Bont would score when a deflected effort caught had the keeper stranded but he somehow recovered to tip the ball wide for a corner. Sam Reagan should have doubled his tally in the last minute but directed his free header wide before a Josh Williams free-kick that sailed over the bar was the last action of the game.
Surely it is just a matter of time before Bont record their second victory of the campaign as they seem to just lack that little bit of luck in front of goal.